Financial Terrorists Want Global Currency, Global Central Bank
IMF chief calls for elite to exploit economic crisis in order to impose fascist world government
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, May 17, 2010
During a recent speech at a conference of elitists in Zurich Switzerland, IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn called for the introduction of a global currency backed by a global central bank which would act as the “lender of last resort” in the event of a severe economic crisis, which would represent another lurch towards fascist centralization of power by financial terrorists busy exploiting the fiscal chaos they created in order to impose world government.
Stating that “crisis is an opportunity,” Strauss-Kahn said that globalists should exploit the financial chaos plaguing the world in order to push for “a new global currency issued by a global central bank”.
Strauss-Kahn said that this global currency would represent a “risk-free asset for the system independent of national currencies,” and that a “global central bank could also serve as a lender of last resort”.
The IMF chief is basically arguing for an expanded model of a system that is habitually used to swallow up and turn entire countries into debt slaves to the IMF.
Of course, the fact that global economic governance has proven to be fraught with instability in light of the euro crisis, with concerns about the single currency’s survival spreading like a virus as a result of the Greece disaster, is irrelevant to globalists, who are still trying to pose as the saviors with their “solution” of more centralization of power and more global governance, despite the fact that this is what caused the problem in the first place.
As we have previously highlighted, globalists are intent on exploiting the financial crisis to set up a ‘bank of the world’ that will be used to further centralize financial regulatory power and control over national economies for the administrative convenience of central bankers.
In April 2009 the Washington Post reported on plans to turn the IMF into “a veritable United Nations for the global economy,” giving it “vastly expanded authority to act as a global banker to governments rich and poor.”