THIS TITLE OF THIS ARTICLE SAYS IT ALL. THE WHITE OR ANGLO WORLD HAS ENTERED ECONOMIC PARALYSIS.SHE CAN NO LONGER MASK HER LOSSES AS THEY ARE SPREADING ACROSS DISTRICTS EVEN JUMPING BORDERS FASTER THAN WILDFIRES.
THE OLD WORLD IS INDEED ON ITS WAY OUT. THE PRESSURE IS ENORMOUS ON THIS WORLD TO TRY TO PREVENT OR STAVE OFF THE COMING ECONOMIC CATASTROPHIE. THE LEADERS KNOW THAT EVEN WITH THEIR ECONOMIC WIZARDS & MAGICIANS THIS SITUATION IS FAR ABOVE ITS HEAD AND THAT IT IS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE THIS COMPLETE CHARADE OR PYRAMID SCHEME IMPLODE UPON ITSELF.
THIS KNOWLEDG IS WHAT IS DRIVING THE WORLD LEADERS INTO INSANITY. THIS IS WHAT IS RAISING TENSIONS AROUND THE WORLD FOR MILITARY CONFRONTATIONS.THEY HAVE EXERCISED THEIR POWERS THROUGH MILITARY MEANS FOR SO LONG THAT THEY THINK(THROUGH THEIR INSANITY & CONFUSION) THAT THIS IS A VIABLE OPTION TO PREVENT THE RISE OF ANOTHER POWER OR THE COMING OF A NEW WORLD.
THEY ARE FASTLY SEEING THAT THIS IS A NONE STARTER BUT BECAUSE OF THEIR NATURE AND WAY OF THINKING THEY WILL YET TRY THIS INSANE OPTION WHICH WILL ONLY SPEED UP THE FALL OF THEIR WORLD.
THIS SIGNS ARE HERE FOR THOSE WHO SEEK.THEY ARE OVER AS A POWER TO BOW TO :
|” Europe’s debt crisis poses emerging threat to world economic stability|
|Published on 05-31-2010|
| The sovereign debt crisis in Europe shows that the world’s economic woes are “far from over” and highlights the need for reforms, the vice chairman of the World Economic Forum said on Sunday.”What we… see as we gather in the growing storm of a European sovereign debt crisis is that the (global) crisis is far from over, that it is in many ways rekindled in a dangerous new contagion,” Mark Malloch-Brown said.
“The need to get the right international financial reforms in place remains as pressing as ever,” Malloch-Brown said at the opening session of a two-day World Economic Forum Global Redesign Summit in Doha.
But, “this is not about any kind of single global fix,” he told AFP on the sidelines of the summit. “It’s finding smart ideas which work for particular issues.”
The European crisis has stemmed from Greece’s heavily indebted economy and from turmoil in the Spanish banking sector, and has raised fears that some eurozone economies will no longer be in a position to repay debts.
World stocks and the euro, which dropped to a four-year low against the dollar last week, have been under severe pressure due to concerns over the debt crisis….HERE’S MORE