Saturday, October 18, 2008

Worldwide Currency System to be Presented to U.S.A. by EU Leaders

"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws." -- Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild, Godfather of Central Banking

"Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce." -- James A. Garfield, President of the United States

James Paul Warburg, a foreign agent of the Rothschild Dynasty, a major player in the Federal Reserve Act scam, boasted confidently on February 17, 1950 before the U.S. Senate: "We shall have a World government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World government will be achieved by conquest or consent."

Video Clip Below:

French President Nicholar Sarkozy and European Commission President J. M. Barroso are to travel to Washington to press for a sweeping overhaul of the Global financial system to include a blueprint for a Worldwide Currency System at a crunch meeting with George Bush at the weekend.


Patrick said...

Americans Get Ready for an Enormous Tax Bill

"These measures will require us to put a significant amount of taxpayer
dollars on the line," the President added.

Ah, yes. There is no free lunch. Just how significant an amount of
taxpayer dollars remains unknown, but it's going to be massive.

Monsieur le Prof said...

Sarkozy isn't the President of the European Union, but rather the President of France (and an unpopular one at that).

The EU has a rotating presidency, and as it so happens, France is in charge until Jan 2009.

For what it's worth, IMHO the worldwide currency proposal is untenable unless it's based on a gold/silver/energy standard that ties currency to a tangible or unmanipulated asset.

Randy said...

Thank you for the clarification Monsieur le Prof

Virgo said...

Associated Press 10.16.2008:
BRUSSELS, Belgium — The Group of Eight major industrial nations announced Wednesday they will hold a global summit -- perhaps as early as November in New York -- to forge common action to prevent another economic meltdown.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy said all European Union nations backed radical restructuring of global institutions like the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. He called for a meeting "preferably in New York, where everything started" and said it should lead to "a new capitalism."

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said the meeting would require vision similar to the creation of the United Nations and the Bretton Woods conference that laid out the post-World War II international financial and monetary system.

Brown, a longtime former Treasury chief widely seen as a leader in crafting policies to combat the financial crisis, said he wants a group of supervisors from major nations to monitor the world's 30 largest financial institutions.

"I believe there is scope for agreement in the next few days that we will have an international meeting to take common action ... for very large and very radical changes," Brown told reporters before meeting for talks on the financial crisis with other EU leaders.

The French leader said later that the European Union will back an overhaul of global financial system.