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Written by Andrew Puhanic
Published on Thursday, March 8th, 2012
Globalist U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. speaking at the annual billionaire confab known as the World Economic Forum, in Davos, Switzerland, said that “building a stronger, more credible firewall.” is key to resolving the euro-zone sovereign debt crisis.
“We need a larger firewall,” declared Christine Lagarde, managing director of the Globalist backed International Monetary Fund (IMF). During a speech in Berlin on January 23, in which she called on taxpayers of the world to chip in $1 trillion to the IMF to stave off a global crisis. “We need to act quickly or else we could easily slide into a 1930s moment.” Lagarde warned, in an obvious reference to the Great Depression.
Suddenly, talk of “firewalls” was everywhere. Globalist puppet and now world order advocate Australian Treasurer Wayne Swan backed Lagarde, saying without “larger firewalls’ to protect embattled European nations the global economy was at risk.
The IMF is not the only institution calling for expensive new fire protection. On January 30 CNN reported that European leaders meeting in Brussels had just concluded an agreement “to strengthen a financial firewall and most members of the 27-nation group will sign a new fiscal compact.” The centerpiece of that pact is 500 billion euros ($650 billion) to implement the European Stability Mechanism, or ESM. for bailing out Greece, Spain, Portugal. Italy, and other troubled economies.
European Council president Herman Van Rompuy declared: “The early entry into force of this permanent firewall will prevent contagion in the euro area and further restore confidence.”
The German audience that IMF chief Lagarde picked to pitch the new $1 trillion firewall was carefully chosen: the German Council on Foreign Relations, or GCFR (in German, it is the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik, or DGAP). Like its interlocking counterparts in the United States (the Council on Foreign Relations or other wise known as the Globalist Council on Foreign Relations. CFR). Britain (the Royal Institute of International Affairs, RIIA). and other countries, the GCFR represents the globalist elites of corporate, banking, political, and academic circles that are promoting convergence toward world government. Selling the German public on the massive new funding for the ESM and IMF “firewalls” will be critical, and the influential voices represented by the GCFR will be key to accomplishing that.
Secretary Globalist Geithner. a CFR member, was only too happy to assist his fellow arsonists in throwing more gasoline on the global “liquidity” and “stimulus” fire. He was interviewed on the main stage at the World Economic Forum by Farced Zakaria, editor-at-large of Time magazine, host and commentator at CNN, and member and director of the Council on Foreign Relations.
First published in The New American