European 'Think' Tank: 4-'09 G20 Meeting "Last Chance" For World

Follow up on: World Economic Forum #2 Set For April: Harmonious Cry For Global Financial System 2-23-09 "We need a global New Deal -- a grand bargain between the countries and continents of this world" (see post)
After the Financial Crisis, Civil War? Get Ready to "Leave Your Region ..."
Will the economic and financial crisis degenerate into violent social explosions? Tomorrow, will there be civil war in Europe, the United States and Japan? That's the rather alarming conclusion that the experts of European think tank LEAP/Europe 2020 lay out in their latest bulletin dated mid-February.
In that edition, which addresses the issue of the crisis entering a phase of "global geopolitical dislocation" in the third quarter of 2009, the experts foresee a state of "generalized every man for himself" in the countries stricken by the crisis. That panic would then conclude in logical confrontations, in other words, with partial civil wars.
According to that association, made up of independent contributors from European political, economic and diverse professional circles, the most dangerous regions are those where the system of social protection is the weakest.
Thus, the crisis would be able to spark violent popular revolts, the intensity of which would be aggravated by the free circulation of firearms. Latin America, as well as the United States, are the areas most at risk.
This apocalyptic perspective could be ridiculed had not this think tank - as of February 2006 - predicted the onset and sequence of the present crisis with disturbing accuracy. So, three years ago, the association described the coming of a "global systemic crisis,"
One hope remains, a "last chance" according to LEAP, that would lie in the ability of the G-20 - which meets April 2 in London - to promulgate a "convincing and audacious" action plan. In that case, the world would still not be out of the woods, because - as the experts do not fail to also remind us - a severe climate crisis is also materializing.
re: "one hope remains, a 'last chance'...the G20"
The above article presents an amazing example of the type of alarmist hype that the upcoming World Economic Forum #2 scheduled for early April '09, is and will be using as their marketing strategy to force the next phase of the global economy transition upon the nations of the world.
"According to that association" - the European think tank LEAP/Europe 2020, the world is about to descend into utter chaos..unless...unless...the G20 can create a "convincing and audacious action plan" to save us all from such a horrible fate. Seeing right through this pathetic propaganda is very easy. What is painfully obvious about it is that the pre-planned global financial system is to be proffered as the "audacious" solution, and that it is the only hope to keep the world from plunging into incredible violence and "civil wars".
(quote from follow up post linked at top:) "The G-20 includes the G-7 leading industrialized nations -- Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States -- as well as the world's largest developing economies: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea and Turkey, plus the European Union." Seeing this lineup it becomes readily apparent that all the major players are on board and that the plan is now ready to be taken to the next level. Remember, the 4-2-09 G20 meeting is "the only hope" for the planet so everybody must accept without question whatever they decide. 666
The hype has only just begun. Be aware. BTW, all politicians are on board, BO absolutely included, it's a done deal.
The call for the first global summit was only five months ago. Things are moving quickly. see: Europe, Asia Say U.S. Must Work On Global Financial System 10-1-08
see all: 'civil unrest'? (follow links, connect dots)
Excellent study:
Return of Jesus Christ - Lewis Sperry Chafer

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Great study ! It's now part of my library. Thanks Tom