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Why would he encourage all nations to follow the ‘pay down debt’ method; surely if your responsibility is to look after the UK economy you’d pay down your own debt while encouraging others to go deeper into debt, ideally to you or to enable them to buy more of your products and services…?

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Osborne is a globalist Bilderberger, so he is talking as part of the globalist elite.

These people have no allegiance to any nation, they only follow their own globalist masterplan.

All politicians involved with Bilderberg should be trialled as traitors really.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/blog/2011/jun/10/bilderberg-2011-charlie-skelton

Edited by awake_eagle

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Osborne urges global economic strategy

Why would he encourage all nations to follow the ‘pay down debt’ method; surely if your responsibility is to look after the UK economy you’d pay down your own debt while encouraging others to go deeper into debt, ideally to you or to enable them to buy more of your products and services…?

He's dreaming that he's a leader.

How much more tax is his (rich) father paying as a result of his economic policies? A big fat zero?

He ain't cutting the fat from the rich. He's not even really cutting it from the bureaucracy, as it's only a 4% (or some such) decrease. Is the budget even going to be balanced in 2015 if there is no growth? The answer is no. No growth, and still running a deficit.

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Mr Osborne and the finance ministers urged "hard decisions on spending, entitlements and taxation in countries with large budget deficits".

What like the hard decisions made in the UK? Pull the other one its got bells on it :lol:

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Osborne is a globalist Bilderberger, so he is talking as part of the globalist elite.

These people have no allegiance to any nation, they only follow their own globalist masterplan.

All politicians involved with Bilderberg should be trialled as traitors really.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/blog/2011/jun/10/bilderberg-2011-charlie-skelton

I noticed that the Telegraph's Peter Oborne, who wrote a brilliant piece last week that told us who British society's worst scum really are, had the balls to tell his more informed readers the exact same thing in June albeit in a far more subtle way when he mentioned that the ultra slimy Osborne and Mandelson were at Bilderberg together a week earlier.

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/peteroborne/100092656/david-cameron-does-not-realise-what-a-powerful-position-he-is-in/

BBC, ITV and Sky camera crews pored over kids leaving courts for looting related offences last week. None of them will ever be found outside a Bilderberg venue to inform us about the criminal mafia inside.

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Maybe he's figured out that the current rounds of never ending competitive debasement aren't ultimately going to do us all any good.

Me thinks he's also figured out that the longer this goes on, the less influence he is going to have. You can already see this in the CHF.

How does he devalue the £ futher ? Overt QE and the consequences of this ? NIRP and the consequences of this ?

Seems to me like the options are reducing with time.

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But doesnt that quell nationalism and thus wars?

After all if you have an interest in a foreign land, wouldnt you rather see it do well so you can continue to trade with them?

Quelling excessive nationalism and wars wouldn't be a bad thing, the thing is the Bilderbergers are at war with us, the common people, they don't have interest in any foreign land as such, only in resources, so they actually start wars to get access to resources (currently Lybia, befor that Iraq).

On the other hand they feel that the human resource (us common people) is currently available in excess to their needs, hence their war against us (the austerity is just the beginning).

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When you consider what Keynes proposed ie Bancor this is now whats being discussed and would prevent more tension whilst building some unity amongst nations and stability for all citizens of those nations.

Its also worth noting Geitner has indicated before the S&P downgrade the benefits of a basket of currencies ie Bancor.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-12905205

http://money.cnn.com/2011/03/31/news/international/geithner_g20_china/index.htm

In one way by having a fixed currency rate, the bankers/hedge funds lose some of their power by not being able to do a George Soros on the Pound just like we see with the current race to the bottom of currency exchange.

The sooner Bancor is agreed by all the sooner this financial crisis can start to sort itself imo. :)

Yep the Euros worked a treat, its certainly not led to the biggest shift to nationalism since the 30s no sirree, it will be great to have the equivalent of the IRA turning up in every country in the world

Still good to see Osbourn turning into Brown with every passing day, globl globl globl, fairer fair, no more boom & bust etc etc

Edited by Mary Cassatt

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Can you show me some evidence?

I mentioned it in the same sentence: Iraq, Lybia (but if you dig deeper you will find a lot more albeit less spectacular examples).

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You dont think there are other factors at play here like the desire to introduce democracy to a country as we have seen with the Arab Spring?

ROFLMAO :lol: Do you still believe that fairy tale of bringing democracy to other countries?

Maybe we should start by bringing true democracy to the US and the UK first?

We shouldnt forget what Saddam did, ie setting fire to the Kuwait oil fields and interupting the global oil supply threatening the stability of countries around the world?

You are confusing the first Iraq war with the second. In any case Saddam was a great friend of the 'elite' (and therefore of the west) as long as he was useful to them (against Iran for example), once they didn't need him anymore (and since he had started to become uncooperative) they decided it would be better to get rid of him.

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George Osborne, the Finance Minister, has warned that political leaders are the biggest barrier to the global recovery as he stressed the need nations to tackle their debt problems.

So that'll apply to Cameron and Clegg, they'd better watch out or he'll have their jobs.

Who's going to coordinate the world recovery and lead the world, George Osborne? So MicBrown' role as saviour of the world is also at risk.

The worldwide debt problem is so utterly huge it's beholden to UK politicians to do their best for the UK nation and the people who (notionally) voted for them. Other nations will be making their own decisions whatever George Osborne wants or says.

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So that'll apply to Cameron and Clegg, they'd better watch out or he'll have their jobs.

Who's going to coordinate the world recovery and lead the world, George Osborne? So MicBrown' role as saviour of the world is also at risk.

The G7 and the IMF/World Bank are the designated leaders of the world, at least in their plans.

The Bilderbergers will be the Central Committee and we the people will be left with non binding e-petitions to give us an faint illusion of democracy.

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Edited by awake_eagle

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The G7 and the IMF/World Bank are the designated leaders of the world, at least in their plans.

The Bilderbergers will be the Central Committee and we the people will be left with non binding e-petitions to give us an faint illusion of democracy.

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From the sound of it George Osborne wants run the entire show.

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Yep the Euros worked a treat, its certainly not led to the biggest shift to nationalism since the 30s no sirree, it will be great to have the equivalent of the IRA turning up in every country in the world

Still good to see Osbourn turning into Brown with every passing day, globl globl globl, fairer fair, no more boom & bust etc etc

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Commenting on the problems of further contagion in the eurozone the finance ministers, who wrote the article together, said the European Central Bank must take decisive steps to reassure markets.

"The eurozone needs to demonstrate commitment to greater fiscal integration and governance arrangements that avoid moral hazard and entrench fiscal responsibility," the ministers said.

More wanting to hand over more sovereignty to the eu and he's even got a person from South Africa, Canada, Singapore and Australia to agree with him (albeit a "finance minister" from each of the 4 countries, the sort who got us into the mess in the first place).

As for "the European Central Bank must take decisive steps to reassure markets" the crisis has been going on for how many years now? If they haven't found those "decisive steps" by now likely they never will. Maybe the only hope will be them sometime somehow stumbling across something by accident by sheer luck - and how likely is that, but "decisive steps", don't make me laugh.

"Arrangements that avoid moral hazard", and they've already demonstrated how well they manage to achieve that in other areas day in day out, not.

Edited by billybong

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Rome wasnt built in a day

and there I was thinking that the UK is the oldest modern democracy of the western hemispere... :rolleyes:

you can either choose to engage with the methods on offer or not. And if you dont then I have to ask why not?

That's sound just like I always imagined a democracy <_< The elite makes the rules and we can take it or leave it...

Are your own self interests getting in the way?

Surely you meant the self interests of the landed gentry and the banksters?

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More likely its Whitehall, afterall MP's can give orders to the police but the police dont answer to the MP's, they answer to us the State.

Are you becoming Osborne's apologist? :blink:

"us the State" is the funniest oxymoron I have seen in a while :lol:

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Osborne is a globalist Bilderberger, so he is talking as part of the globalist elite.

These people have no allegiance to any nation, they only follow their own globalist masterplan.

All politicians involved with Bilderberg should be trialled as traitors really.

http://www.guardian....charlie-skelton

I will say it again!

He's been compromised and threatened by Nathan Rothschild - Osborne should not be let anywhere near UK Govt cos he is acting for his string pullers and NOT in the interests of the UK population (like the Private owned BOE)

A huge conspiracy against the rest of us!

Edited by erranta

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He's been compromised and threatened by Nathan Rothschild - Osborne should not be let anywhere near UK Govt cos he is acting for his string pullers and NOT in the interests of the UK population (like the Private owned BOE)

I doubt he is being threatened, he seems a very willing tool of the elite to me (just like Tony Blair) who will be nicely rewarded afterwards.

But you are right any Bilderberg attendee should not be allowed anywhere near parliament or government.

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/aug/15/cameron-miliband-head-head-riots

Cameron will push his long-held opinion that parts of Britain are broken,

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He will add that he believes that the public is "crying out" for the government to act in this way, and "I will not be found wanting". His passion to mend the "broken society" is, he will say, "stronger today than ever"

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....ideas floated over the weekend by Duncan Smith, who has been appointed to lead a gangs task force.

Duncan Smith said the government would begin "harassing" gang leaders, suggesting dusk to dawn curfews, daily visits and a trawl of their lives and finances to pick up minor infringements.

He suggested gang members possibly should receive a knock on the door once a day from the police and arms of government such as the TV licensing offices, tax authorities and DVLA.

So it looks as if IDS is going to be the gangstzar leading the new tax collecting initiative.

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