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Have the IMF taken leave of their senses?

Do they not understand how incompetent, idiotic and financially naive Gordon Brown is?

Throw in his personality disorders, his weird behaviour and above all his complete denial of any mistakes or bad decisions.

I would not put Gordon Brown in charge of a chimps tea party.

Read on...

"Gordon Brown is emerging as the favourite to become the next managing director of the International Monetary Fund.

The former Prime Minister is in the U.S. as finance ministers from around the world gather for a series of spring meetings."

"If Mr Brown were to become managing director of the IMF he would be entitled to an annual tax free salary of more than £270,000 a year.

In addition he would enjoy a limousine and driver, the right to first class travel and automatic membership of the IMF's country club in Virginia.

Mr Brown is likely to face opposition from the Coalition as George Osborne is known to blame him for the current Government's terrible economic and fiscal inheritance."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1376712/Brown-clear-favourite-head-IMF-Osborne-fight-stop-him.html

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Brown 'clear favourite' to be next head of IMF but will Osborne fight to stop him?

By Alex Brummer

Last updated at 1:39 AM on 14th April 2011

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Gordon Brown is emerging as the favourite to become the next managing director of the International Monetary Fund.

The former prime minister is in the U.S. as finance ministers from around the world gather for a series of spring meetings.

And he has been pushing his case on American television.

‘Brown is the obvious candidate,’ a source said last night.

This piece of "news" is surely 13 days too late! :lol:

I hope. :unsure::(

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No real surprise.

Brown gets his reward for "doing the right thing" just like Blair and Major (Carlyle Group) before him.

Doubtless the Boy Cameron will be rewarded in due course (as long as he does what's required of him).

Jesus Hussain Christ in the US will be similarly rewarded.

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I am sure there are plenty of more unsuitable people that they could pick for the job, several of the families featured on the Scrimpers TV show perhaps or any Come Dine with Me contestant, but he is at least the most high profile.

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What next?

Grant Bovey to head the Debt Advisory Council?

Pete Doherty the new Dugs Czar?

Tony Blair as Middle East peace envoy?

Now you are just being silly.

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In order to create a new financial world order first you destroy the old one. Bringing the strongest (and most stable democracies) to their knees is the only way to push them over the rubicon and get the population to accept it. It also helps if you dilute/destroy the the cultural identity of those countries whilst you are at it. Once you have done this you can get away with all sorts of shit like charging whole populations with the air that the breathe.

Of course the above is just conspiracy claptrap.

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No real surprise.

Brown gets his reward for "doing the right thing" just like Blair and Major (Carlyle Group) before him.

Doubtless the Boy Cameron will be rewarded in due course (as long as he does what's required of him).

Jesus Hussain Christ in the US will be similarly rewarded.

:lol::lol::lol:

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I think I'd prefer Madoff.

Or what about that canoe bloke who went off to Panama?

What about Gaddafi he needs a reason to leave Libya what about him saving the world fron financial meltdown?

Gaddafi is the anti Brown - massive hoard of gold. Eminently sensible in hindsight, so definitely not a top pick.

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What next?

Grant Bovey to head the Debt Advisory Council?

Pete Doherty the new Dugs Czar?

Tony Blair as Middle East peace envoy?

Osama bin Laden to be made head in internal security in the US

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Please, PLEASE say this isn't happening................

Love this comment:

'A disaster! Now worldwide, not just in the UK. Look at his hands in the photo, he doesn't just strangle economies!'

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Katie Price to be the next BBC Manager of Culture...

Wayne Rooney to instil discipline and good behaviour amongst Premiership footballers...

Alistair Campbell to be in charge of the Ministry of Truth....

Damien Mc'Bride as head of a Bullying Committee...

Eb Balls as Chancellor of the Exchequer...

Baroness Uddin and Lord Paul to run the Expenses Commission...

Tony Blair and Cherie Blair, your suggestions....

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His recent statement about not realizing how interconnected things were makes sense now.

Years of denying that any of this mess was his responsibility & then a short half-admission that he might not have got everything right when there's the chance of a fat salary & (more importantly to him) the chance to ponce about on the world stage again.

He's clearly trying to draw a line under the past & even he is smart enough to know that the "It started in America" line isn't the best way to get the power & status that he so desperately craves.

tw@

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Actually, you NEED a bankrupt who has the experience of losing everything at the top of the IMF.

He will understand, personally, what it means to be in so much debt there is no way forward.

He will have tried to borrow his way through, and failed.

He will understand default is inevitable.

we dont need talking heads like Brown..we dont need "bankrupts" like Bovey who lost little.

The people that need this type are people who thrive on make beleive.

And as the IMF is a bank, make beleive is what they will choose.

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Have the IMF taken leave of their senses?

Do they not understand how incompetent, idiotic and financially naive Gordon Brown is?

Throw in his personality disorders, his weird behaviour and above all his complete denial of any mistakes or bad decisions.

I would not put Gordon Brown in charge of a chimps tea party.

Read on...

"Gordon Brown is emerging as the favourite to become the next managing director of the International Monetary Fund.

The former Prime Minister is in the U.S. as finance ministers from around the world gather for a series of spring meetings."

"If Mr Brown were to become managing director of the IMF he would be entitled to an annual tax free salary of more than £270,000 a year.

In addition he would enjoy a limousine and driver, the right to first class travel and automatic membership of the IMF's country club in Virginia.

Mr Brown is likely to face opposition from the Coalition as George Osborne is known to blame him for the current Government's terrible economic and fiscal inheritance."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1376712/Brown-clear-favourite-head-IMF-Osborne-fight-stop-him.html

Gloriously and totally preposterous!

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