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  • Video: International Monetary Fund calls for a conference to re-negotiate the world banking system - October 15, 2020

    "A New Bretton Woods Moment"

    October 15, 2020

    IMF calls for a conference to re-negotiate the world banking system.

    Currency wars are coming.

    On video: nice, political lingo. "Assistance" and "stimulus" are really words for the extension of debt to already poor countries - further enslaving the next generation.

    Probably pushing a one global digital currency so the stronger economies can more easily support the weaker economies under the control of the IMF digital currency. A click of the button. Nothing prevents the stronger economies from independently supporting the weaker economies now. And they do.

    This seems an anti-competitive stance. i.e. no competition to the new global IMF currency by other digital currencies like bitcoin, or US digital currency, or UK digital currency, etc.

    Be warned. Bailout loans are not gifts. They are control.

    Carefully listen between the lines.


    https://www.imf.org/external/mmedia/...=6200738336001




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    Focus

    IMF calling for new Bretton Woods Moment but that doesn't mean a new gold standard



    Neils Christensen Monday October 19, 2020 09:37


    (Kitco News) - The global COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked untold damage on the global economy, and as a result, ahead of its annual general meeting, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is calling for the creation of a new “Bretton Woods Moment.”

    In a commentary posted last week, Kristalina Georgieva, IMF Managing Director, highlighted how nations have to come together to solve the issues created by the coronavirus, that has killed more than 1 million people around the world and is expected to wipe $11 trillion in global output next year.”

    Gold investors have jumped on the commentary as the IMF supporting the ideal of a new gold standard; however, the commentary did not mention gold once

    more..

    https://www.kitco.com/news/2020-10-1...etype=fullsite

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    • Emily
      Emily commented
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      The planet would be torn to shreds to mine all the gold needed to restore the gold standard.
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