Is the Financial Meltdown in Europe being “engineered” in time for Rio+20 Summit?

Posted: June 12, 2012 in Uncategorized

Wouldn’t it be “appropriate for the Rio+20 Summit participants” IF the banking system world-wide would “crash and burn” around the same time that 60,000 “green sustainable development” reps were all sitting around tables in Rio de Janeiro waiting for an issue such as a financial meltdown so they can state in unison: “We have the answer for this crisis”……………….“Give us your SOVEREIGNTY and WE will look out for YOU from now on because YOUR banking systems are broken!”

Now I would never even suggest that there is a massive “conspiracy to defraud” countries around the World of their Sovereignty but wouldn’t this mess called “European Union Finances” be a great excuse to re-make the European image into the “Universal Dream of the United Nations”: WORLD DOMINATION!

Notice the “language” being used by LaGarde mimics the buzz words and double=speak used by the United Nations when describing “Global Domination/Sustainable Development”

IMF chief Christine Lagarde warns world risks triple crisis

Lagarde says world risks falling incomes, environmental damage and social unrest without more sustainable approach to growth

, economics correspondent guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 12 June 2012

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde

Great uncertainty hangs over global prospects,’ warned IMF managing director Christine Lagarde. Photograph: Ints Kalnins/Reuters

Christine Lagarde, the head of the International Monetary Fund, has warned that the world risks a triple crisis of declining incomes, environmental damage and social unrest unless countries adopt a more sustainable approach to economic growth.

Ahead of the Rio+20 Earth summit later this month, she said the rich should restrain their demands for higher incomes while there are still 200 million people worldwide looking for a job and poverty is on the rise.

Giving her clearest backing yet to green taxes and a range of measures to protect the environment, she argued for taxes on petrol-guzzling cars among a range of green measures to tackle climate change.

“It has been 20 years since world leaders first went to Rio to commit to the noble goal of protecting the planet for future generations. And now, 20 years on, we will be journeying back to Rio to affirm our commitment to sustainable development – the idea that we should strive for economic growth, environmental protection and social progress at the same time,” she said in a speech in Washington on Tuesday.

“The idea that different economic, environmental and social objectives can be seen as distinct aspects of a single vision, essential parts of a connected whole.”

But she said the current economic crisis in Europe and slowing growth worldwide, coupled with the growing threat from climate change and social tensions could wreck the efforts of leaders to chart a more sustainable future.

“Over the past four years, we have been mired in the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. And we are not out of it yet.

“In fact, tensions are on the rise again, and financial stability risks have once more moved front and centre. Great uncertainty hangs over global prospects.

“Too many regions today are still stuck in a trap of low growth and high unemployment,” she said.

“Right now, 200 million people worldwide cannot find work, including 75 million young people trying to take their first step on the ladder of success.

“So we need a strategy that is good for stability and good for growth – where stability is conducive to growth and growth facilitates stability.”

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