Concerning Lagarde’s statements:we have a stunningly open admission that US policy has cooperated with the goals of global governance for the last 70 years. This is profound in its clarity

The most stunning admission, and deeper intent is contained in LeGarde's statement, "The IMF’s membership had called on the United States to ratify the 2010 reforms by the end of last year, which did not happen. As I have spoken much about leadership today, I cannot but express my profound disappointment in the political powers who have so far failed to grasp the benefits of the reform both for their own country and for the world at large. We have seen better from the United States over the last 70 years."

In this statement alone, we have a stunningly open admission that US policy has cooperated with the goals of global governance for the last 70 years. This is profound in its clarity. For longer than most of us have been alive, US policy has tended to the goal of global governance.

The entire speech is filled with arrogance, and hubris. The most indelible impression is that US policy makers, and specifically members of the House and Senate need to be shown the error of their thinking, and correct the course to one more in line with global governance.

What I really see in this is a shot across the bow to certain of the US political class. Interesting to see this perspective since we continuously hear the drum beat that our Congress has sold us out. Apparently, not enough, if this speech is to be taken seriously. The "disappointment" expressed by LeGarde must certainly apply a certain amount of pressure to the Executive, and leadership of both houses of Congress. Expect their tactics to take on a measure of desperation, as they attempt to force trade agreements through Congress.

We are likely to see a heating up of rhetoric, policy and practices aimed against anyone who stands against the 2015 goals of the IMF's Global Governance policies. This illustrates the how,( DHS), and why, (Global Governance) a wide swath of the American people find themselves labeled "extremists."

It contains all the philosophies of global governance: 1. Redistribution 2. Greater Taxation 3. Control of Resources (under climate change laws)

As to how the IMF, and CFR will work, we only need take a look at the placement of policy makers from the Trilateral Commission, nominated or appointed by the Executive, and if necessary, confirmed by Legislative branches, or the swinging doors between "Public Service/Private Sector."

IMF and CO. certainly believe they have this all sewn up, except for minor housecleaning in certain sectors, to include, interestingly enough, opposition from ME "extremists" and US policy failures, thus far. ELIZABETH

Jan 16, 2015

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