Friday, April 15, 2011
The globalist plan to control Egypt...
Now that the military is firmly in control of Egypt following the country’s CIA and Freedom House staged color revolution earlier this year, it is time for the bankster elite to force their economic snake oil on the Egyptian people.
“A group of powerful multilateral financial institutions are joining forces to support Arab hopes for a better economic future,” the AFP reported on Thursday.
“The World Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the African Development Bank and the Islamic Development Bank are among the institutions that have pledged to have an ‘action plan’ outlined by the end of May,” the U.S. and France said in a joint statement issued in Washington.
Egypt and Tunisia, both victims of “democracy” crusades launched by the globalists, are the focus of the effort, according to the World Bank. Earlier “action plans” resulted in staggering poverty.
The effort to lock the victims of the so-called Arab Spring into perpetual debt was announced with the standard doublespeak the globalists like to use. The international bankers have agreed “to develop a joint action plan for aligning their investments toward a new vision to support the aspirations of citizens for inclusive and sustained growth.”
The primarily globalist loan sharking operation, the International Monetary Fund, will figure out the details, according to AFP.
“We will doubtlessly tackle the situation of the countries of the southern Mediterranean, and in particular Egypt and Tunisia,” declared minion Christine Lagarde, who is France’s finance minister. “I hope that we can reexamine the role that will be played by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, to ensure that it can be available to participate in the growth and redevelopment of these economies,” she said during the globalist confab, G7.
Here’s what Ms. Lagarde and the globalists failed to mention – prior to the so-called revolution, the globalists considered Egypt an “economic miracle.” In 2010, the World Bank designated Colombia and Egypt as the “top global reformers in four of the past seven years,” in other words they followed orders and privatized – handed over to the bankers and the financial class – their economies, assets, and natural resources.