IMF head calls for extra funding – We’ve Been Robbed!


Editor: My opinion on the bailouts.

We’ve been robbed!

700 billion – where did it come from? It doesn’t exist’
Who’s on the hook for it? You and all the other taxpayers.
Where’s the money going?
I’ve got a theory on that – The IMF and possibly the World Bank.

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IMF head calls for extra funding

Dominique Strauss-Kahn told the BBC that the IMF was likely to need at least $100bn (£68bn) of extra funding over the course of the next six months.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn speaks at the IMF in Washington (15 November 2008)

Mr Strauss-Kahn said the G20 was aware of the need for a strong IMF

The head of the International Monetary Fund says it will need more funding if it is to play a bigger role in aiding a global economic recovery.

BBC

The money was supposed to go to buy out bad mortgages, but it’s not.

In Canada our govt. is coughing up 75 billion for the same, supposed purpose. Last year the banks here made a profit of just under 20 billion.

Canada is one tenth the size of the US – so our 75 billion bail out is about the same as your 700 billion and our banks profits would be equal to 200 billion.

Bold faced robbery!

How is it that there never seems to be money for health and education or anything else that our tax dollars were supposed to pay for?

Please take some time to read the Green Agenda

The players and the plan is all there.

Hang on to your hat – you haven’t seen anything yet.
They’re just getting started.

Your tax dollars are financing the New World Order

Very interesting times ahead – in my humble opinion.

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