EXOGEN: March 17, 2015 at 1:36pm
CONDENSED VERSION OF WHAT IS HAPPENING TODAY
MORE USA ALLIES ARE JUMPING SHIP TO BRICS, AND NOW JACK LEW IS EVEN BEGGING CONGRESS TO PASS IMF REFORMS TO GIVE THE EMERGING MARKETS COUNTIES VOTING POWER
.....THE USA IS NOW OFFICIALLY IN THE NO FRIENDS LEFT CLUB AS THE CONTROL OF THE GOLD SHIFTS WITHIN THE NEXT 48 HOURS AND EVEN MORE CONTROL, POWER AND USA GLOBAL INFLUENCE IS LOST
shaman March 17, 2015 at 1:45pm
Treasury Secretary Lew Admits US "International Credibility & Influence Is Being Threatened"
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/17/2015 10:08 -0400
While we try to our patriotic duty every day, Jack Lew's comment that: U.S. ECONOMIC RECOVERY WELL ESTABLISHED, LEW SAYS was too much to bear... so we provide the following 3 charts for guidance in comprehending the propaganda. Why would he blatantly lie in the face of unequivocally bad data? Simple, they are desparate to spin US economic strength as the world comes to realize it no longer needs to rely on a unipolar US-based model...
Ranger4564 > EXOGEN March 17, 2015 at 2:08pm
Yeah, the writing has been on the wall for months if not years. The EU is under financial crisis because of the cabal, their Euro is in the toilet because of the cabal, so there really is no love lost there.
The only reason this is taking so long to surface is because every other country was waiting for the other country to join them in jumping ship, so there had to be someone bigger.
That bigger took some time to establish - BRICS.
Now, there is a super power as powerful as the US and it's cabal, to oppose the cabal, and the additional smaller countries can hide under the skirt of the BRICS.
But truthfully, with Germany, France and Italy jumping, expect any day now to hear of China and Russia offering to protect Japan, who will finally be free of US / Cabal terrorism.
Japan will sing like a canary when they finally feel safe to do so. Plus, we have Australia, which I presume will include New Zealand, and other commonwealth nations, like Canada. There isn't a hell of a lot left on the cabal side.
Except Israel and maybe some Nordics. ;-)
HAHAHAHAHAHA... time to rejoice people, the world is about to be reset, economically, socially and politically..
EXOGEN March 17, 2015 at 1:59pm
AS WE ALL SEE THE MANUFACTURED U.S. PRICE VALUE INCREASE IS NOT STOPPING COUNTRIES FROM MOVING TO BRICS.................
STAY TUNED FOR MORE GLOBAL CURRENCY SWAPS OUTSIDE OF USD
THE USA NEVER THOUGHT ALLIES WOULD JUMP SHIP TO BRICS
Visionaire > EXOGEN How could they not see that coming? I'm sure the more astute and less arrogant of the bunch must have raised that strong possibility.
Flash Gordon > EXOGEN Or did they?
Fredrick L. Ward > Visionaire They didn't want to see it coming!! The strangle hold is coming off and it is happening very quickly!
EXOGEN March 17, 2015 at 2:38pm AMAZING THAT JACK LEW IS NOW BEGGING CONGRESS TO VOTE FOR IMF REFORMS WHEN THEY WERE TOLD A PLAN "B" DETOUR WOULD BE COMING**
robert > EXOGEN same ignorance which let them cash in their dinar months ago without regard to their people, if they had passed the reforms , this ride would have maybe been done by now. Looks as if iraq have been holding back until the 20th when gold will be regulated and priced differently before maybe letting this go. Blessings.
AJM0603 > EXOGEN Right you are. They were forewarned and their arrogance in thinking the other countries wouldnt dare pull a stunt like that on the USA is why they did not act.
Greatness > For me, I will take my chances with the new and coming as opposed to the old and sinking who sat on their hands and did nothing. Oh, I forgot; they did help themselves.
EXOGEN March 17, 2015 at 2:59pm
"In a last-ditch attempt to hinder its allies’ participation in the China-backed Bank, US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel said in Seoul on Tuesday that there must be “unmistakable evidence” about the standards of the Bank before members join in.
In addition, South Korea, Switzerland and Luxembourg are deliberating over the decision to participate in the infrastructure investment Bank."
EXOGEN: EU allies defy US to join China-led Asian Bank
March 17, 2015, 4:53 am
The new China-led Asian investment bank, a potential rival to institutions such as the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank, has enlisted more US allies as members after Britain decided to join last week.
The membership of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is set to expand further, with three more European countries following Britain's lead.
France, Germany and Italy have defied US instructions not to participate in the Bank, said UK daily, The Financial Times.
The decision of the three European countries, yet to be officially announced, came in the wake of Britain’s application last week to be a founding member of the $50 billion bank.
Meanwhile, Australian leaders have been lining up in the past few days to voice support for joining the AIIB, which marks a conspicuous U-turn from the cabinet’s previous stance.
“Our position all along has been that we are happy to be part of some thing which is a genuine multilateral institution such as the World Bank, such as the Asia Development Bank,” Prime Minister Tony Abbott said during an interview with Sky News over the weekend.
In addition, South Korea, Switzerland and Luxembourg are deliberating over the decision to participate in the infrastructure investment Bank.
In a last-ditch attempt to hinder its allies’ participation in the China-backed Bank, US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel said in Seoul on Tuesday that there must be “unmistakable evidence” about the standards of the Bank before members join in.
“Every government can make its own decision about whether the way to achieve that goal is by joining before the articles of agreement are clarified or by waiting to see what the evidence looks like as the bank starts to operate,” the US official was quoted by Reuters.
China, with $4 trillion in foreign exchange reserves, is pushing for the growth of its own multilateral bodies, including the AIIB, the BRICS Bank and a bank for the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, but also seeking to strengthen its voice at the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
As regards Japan, Chinese Finance Minister Lou Jiwei said earlier this month that the chance to be an AIIB founding member is available for all Asian countries including Japan by March 31, and the ball is in Japan’s court.
“They told us they are considering. Whether Japan will join, we do not know. It is Japan’s own decision,” Lou said.
Nearly 30 countries have confirmed their participation in the AIIB, which is aimed at helping finance infrastructure projects across Asia and expected to be operational within 2015.
In response to US concerns about the standards of the AIIB, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said last week that the AIIB’s operation and governance will be open, transparent, inclusive and responsible.
“It will draw experiences from other multilateral development banks and avoid their detours so as to be more cost-effective and efficient,” he told a press conference.
“The AIIB will complement existing multilateral development banks and support the infrastructure and economic development in Asia,” he added.