The UN in Your Pocket

08 Sep
Here is a hint of the next step in the economic crisis. The UN is the world dominating policy maker right now. It seeks to bring in a new system of control where they and their bureaucratic creations regulate and control the world’s governments. This is the new Bretton Woods agreement that many other world leaders have alluded to. John Maynard Keynes, one of the architects of the original Bretton Woods. Keynes himself said that the process wasn’t complete but one day, maybe not even in his lifetime it would be complete. We are now seeing that with the push towards complete international regulation of the banking system. How can we let the system of control get further and further away from home? The American Revolution was fought because of legislators running our lives from across an ocean. Now we have to travel the globe and convince them all to listen to the people of America. The IMF and World Bank are rising to the level of control that would not have been excepted by the people of the time. Patience is a virtue that the world’s elite have over most of the people…… 
In a radical report, the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has said the system of currencies and capital rules which binds the world economy is not working properly, and was largely responsible for the financial and economic crises.
It added that the present system, under which the dollar acts as the world’s reserve currency , should be subject to a wholesale reconsideration.
Although a number of countries, including China and Russia, have suggested replacing the dollar as the world’s reserve currency, the UNCTAD report is the first time a major multinational institution has posited such a suggestion.
In essence, the report calls for a new Bretton Woods-style system of managed international exchange rates, meaning central banks would be forced to intervene and either support or push down their currencies depending on how the rest of the world economy is behaving.
The proposals would also imply that surplus nations such as China and Germany should stimulate their economies further in order to cut their own imbalances, rather than, as in the present system, deficit nations such as the UK and US having to take the main burden of readjustment.
“Replacing the dollar with an artificial currency would solve some of the problems related to the potential of countries running large deficits and would help stability,” said Detlef Kotte, one of the report’s authors. “But you will also need a system of managed exchange rates. Countries should keep real exchange rates [adjusted for inflation] stable. Central banks would have to intervene and if not they would have to be told to do so by a multilateral institution such as the International Monetary Fund.”
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Posted by on September 8, 2009 in economy, New World Order, UN


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