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Written by Andrew Puhanic
Published on Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
Australia has been named as the host of the G20 Summit in 2014 and Australia’s Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, is expected to announce that the G20 summit in 2014 will be held in the City of Brisbane.
The G20 summit is an annual conference of the largest 20 economies. Members of the G20 include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union.
Globalists who attend the G20 summit are primarily focused on discussing the Globalist Agenda. At the 2012 G20 Summit, topics such as funding of the International Monetary Fund (Globalist and Banker owned and run institution) and the demise of the Euro zone have been discussed
In the past, the G20 Summit has been used to announce plans and scope for the New World Order. At the 2009 G20 Summit, Globalist Gordon Brown was famously caught quoting the New World Order by saying:
I think a new world order is emerging with the foundation of a new progressive era of international co-operation
The next G20 summit, in line with the agendas of the Bilderberg Group, Club of Rome, Council of Foreign Relations and the BRICS Group Meetings, will aim to further entrench the Globalist Agenda into our political and social sphere by stealth.
I doubt there is anything we can do influence the discussions at the next G20 summit, the Globalists who attend are simply going about their business in establishing the new world order and global management plan and are not worried at all what us ordinary people think.
The good news is that if we can transfer some of the activist momentum and emotion that was generated at the last Bilderberg Group meeting, then maybe we can spawn a greater level of public awareness of the agenda being discussed at the G20 summit.
The unfortunate truth is that G20 summits appears to not invoke the same level of emotion within the international activist community as do the G8 Summits. This is not only disappointing, but is also concerning, since the influence of Russia and China appears to be more concentrated on the twelve G20 countries who are not part of the G8.
Australians are kidding themselves if they believe that they hold any sway or influence when it comes to dictating the agenda of the G20 summits. The Globalists who control the agenda at G20 summits are far too influential for Australia to have any impact or influence.
Therefore, having Australia host the G20 Summit in 2014 is a waste of time, money and government resources. For a country that has a population of fewer than 30 million, what do they expect to achieve? One thing that is certain is that it’s going to cost a lot of money to host and will do nothing to further advance Australia’s position in the international political realm.