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Old 11-15-2008, 08:40 AM
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Default G20: New World Order is here.

The term "New World Order" is rearing it's ugly head in recent news.

G-20: Shaping a new world order

Some European leaders are hailing the summit as the next Bretton Woods - a reference to the historic talks in the latter days of WWII that, in effect, made the dollar the world's dominant currency and laid the foundation for the economic order of the past 60 years.

The United States basically ran those meetings. Close to prevailing in the war, it was the world's undisputed military and economic leader.

But today, with the current credit crisis partly rooted in America, and with the rising economic might of China and a unified Europe, that dominance is being challenged.
If you read the above excerpt carefully, you will see the framework being set for a global economic system, and the US being forced into accepting a global currency.

Together or not, deep divisions still exist between the United States and the Europeans, who initially called for this meeting and will be pushing an agenda heavy on new rules.

Their proposals include: Greater oversight of hedge funds and investment banks; increasing how much money banks need to keep in reserve; more transparent and universal accounting standards; and limits on executive pay.
The above excerpt is telling me that other countries are making decisions on US policy because we owe them so much money. The European Union is led by the British Monarchy, Queen Elizabeth.

And at this summit, China, Russia, and most developing countries will be pushing for more power, not just within the G-20, but in other, more exclusive clubs like the G-7, the World Trade Organization, and the International Monetary Fund.
Powerplay at world economic summit - Nov. 14, 2008

Below, I show how the Queen leads this enslavement of the common folk.


Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip with G8 leaders.

We met at Gleneagles for our annual Summit, 6-8 July 2005.

All the world leaders who gathered at Gleneagles yesterday and today condemned the barbaric attacks on London and offered our profound condolences to the victims and their families.
We were joined for our discussion on climate change and the global economy by the leaders of Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa and by the heads of the International Energy Agency, International Monetary Fund, United Nations, World Bank, and the World Trade Organisation.
All of us agreed that climate change is happening now, that human activity is contributing to it, and that it could affect every part of the globe.

We know that, globally, emissions must slow, peak and then decline, moving us towards a low-carbon economy. This will require leadership from the developed world.
Can someone say "CHEMTRAILS"

We discussed how to accelerate progress towards the Millennium Goals, especially in Africa which has the furthest to go to achieve these goals by 2015.
Higher and more volatile oil prices are an issue of particular concern both to us and to vulnerable developing countries. We emphasise the need for concrete actions to reduce market volatility through more comprehensive transparent and timely data.
We welcomed the offer of the President of the Russian Federation to host our next Summit in 2006
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Old 12-17-2008, 01:09 PM
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Default Re: G20: New World Order is here.

This is gonna come down to an end one day, that day if I am alive, I will fight in the wars that will follow
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