All animals are equal – but some are more equal than others /George Orwell, Animal Farm)
“There are a lot of losers in this system, but a few winners – bankers. In fact the IMF and World Bank have made the sale of electricity, water, telephone and gas systems a condition of loans to every developing nation. “
Active Post 25 May 2016: The Anonymous hacker group has recently taken offline the World Bank, the New York Stock Exchange, five U.S. Federal Reserve Banks and the Vatican.
Anonymous´s press release explained the intention behind the operation:
We would just like to make it very clear that all targets of #OpIcarus have been Rothschild and BIS central owned banks.
The banks have been getting away with murder, fraud, conspiracy, war profiteering, money laundering for terrorists and drug cartels, have put millions of people out on the street without food or shelter and have successfully bought all our governments to help keep us silenced. We represent the voice of the voiceless. Anonymous has now taken down some of the most prestigious institutions in global governance.
Veterans Today 14 May 2016: Bribery and corruption cost the world economy as much as US$2 trillion every year. A new report by the International Monetary Fund says the money lost to corruption every year is 2% of the global GDP.
The IMF was formed alongside with the World Bank at the Bretton Woods conference 1944. The IMF is to regulate international economies and payment settlements. It is tasked with developing the one world currency (see comments)- the so-called Special Drawing Rights – SDR
The IMF is owned by Rothschild and 30-40 additional (Jewish) families. Of course, 51% of the IMF is owned by the US Treasury – but that is also under Rothschild control!
When it comes to corruption, IMF´s chief Christine Lagarde is on her homeground: The Guardian 17 Dec. 2015 Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, is to stand trial in France over a multimillion-euro government payment to a controversial tycoon who supported former president Nicolas Sarkozy.
Lagarde, at the time Sarkozy’s finance minister, referred the long-running case to arbitration and signed off the payout.
Photo: IMF “Headquarters 1” in Washington, D.C.Wikipedia – Wikipedia