Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Buchanan Neglects Ask CFR President New World Monetary Order Coming

Update: 3/18/2009 Global Currency proposal to be proposed at G-20 Summit by member nation...

Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Global Currency Idea to be Presented G-20 Summit


At G20, Kremlin to Pitch New Currency
17 March 2009
By Ira Iosebashvili / The Moscow Times
The Kremlin published its priorities Monday for an upcoming meeting of the G20, calling for the creation of a supranational reserve currency to be issued by international institutions as part of a reform of the global financial system.

The International Monetary Fund should investigate the possible creation of a new reserve currency, widening the list of reserve currencies or using its already existing Special Drawing Rights, or SDRs, as a "superreserve currency accepted by the whole of the international community," the Kremlin said in a statement issued on its web site.

The SDR is an international reserve asset, created by the IMF in 1969 to supplement the existing official reserves of member countries...

...The Kremlin's call for a common currency is not the first in recent days. Speaking at an economic conference in Astana, Kazakhstan, last week, Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev proposed a global currency called the "acmetal" -- a conflation of the words "acme" and "capital."

He also suggested that the Eurasian Economic Community, a loose group of five former Soviet republics including Kazakhstan and Russia, adopt a single noncash currency -- the yevraz -- to insulate itself from the global economic crisis.

The suggestions received a lukewarm response from Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Saturday.

Nazarbayev's proposal did, however, garner support from at least one prominent source -- Columbia University professor Robert Mundell, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1999 for his role in creating the euro.

Speaking at the same conference with Nazarbayev, he said the idea had "great promise."

The Kremlin document also called for national banks and international financial institutions to diversify their foreign currency reserves. It said the global financial system should be restructured to prevent future crises and proposed holding an international conference after the G20 summit to adopt conventions on a new global financial structure.

The Group of 20 industrialized and developing countries will meet in London on April 2.

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Buchanan has an opportunity yet again on MSNBC's Morning Joe to ask Richard Haas, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, anything of any substance. What does he ask Haas, some snipet about Charles Freeman, Obama's pick for National Intelligence Council?

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Buchanan looks so animated and alive as he's asking about Freeman, but Haas ignores, in fact, he gives Buchanan a weird look, as if saying, what are you going on about.

He's really guesting to talk about the AIG bailout and those 'contractual' bonuses that were set in stone a year back.

Thankfully again for us, Joe Scarborough is absent from Morning Joe, and Mika B. and Willie Geist host. Buchanan has been a regular there for years, continuously disappointing particularly when Haas visits.

Say Pat, again, when you've had yet another chance, why didn't you ask the CFR president - a single thing about the planned common international currency to support the planned new one world order?? (See 1996 Our Global Neighborhood, United Nations)

Haas even talks about how the U.S. has to limit printing our money, but we're not going to do that until we get entitlements under control...

NOT A SINGLE INTERJECTED QUESTION from Buchanan after his question about Charles Freeman!

Buchanan remarks what we all understand what could happen, it doesn't take a rocket scientist: a run on confidence in debt. T-bills value will go down.

Yeah Pat, the sky could be falling. To prove your Death of the West theory, maybe you have a vested interest in the failure.

But you've failed again to ask Haas anything of substance about the CFR globalist policies and support of the Federal Reserve System.

And what about CFR support for a world currency? Not a word from Buchanan.

Buchanan could have shot question after question as he has written about the potential for a world currency, and recently, 2008!

A global Federal Reserve? No way Patrick J. Buchanan
Posted: November 14, 2008 World Net Daily

...Brown wants the IMF to become the "global central bank," the Fed of the world economy. No way, Brownie. Americans are not going to fund such a bank, nor cede it authority, nor abide by its dictates. We are not yet a Third World nation dependent on the IMF.

Globalists see in this worst of world financial crises since the 1930s what New Dealers saw in the Depression: an opportunity to geometrically augment government power and impose their visions upon mankind.



As far back as May/June 2007, an article appeared in the Council of Foreign Relations publication "Foreign Affairs," penned by Ben Steil, advising countries abandon monetary nationalism, and adopt a world currency!

Now here's Pat Buchanan, face to face with Richard Haas, who surely reads the mag from cover to cover and there is recent talk of a global currency, but Buchanan says nothing to the president of the CFR?

CFR calls for end of national currency
By Darren Weeks


“Steil says countries should abandon monetary nationalism and embrace a world currency.”
Posted on Mar 15, 2009 by Paul Martin


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The Council on Foreign Relations also has supported regional and global currencies designed to replace nationally issued currencies.

In an article in the May/June issue of Foreign Affairs, entitled “The End of National Currency,” CFR economist Benn Steil asserted the dollar is a temporary currency.

Steil concluded “countries should abandon monetary nationalism,” moving to adopt regional currencies, on the road to a global “one world currency.”


One-world currency emerges ... again March 16, 2009

...As WND reported, Benn Steil, a senior fellow and director of international economics at the Council of Foreign Relations, wrote in the May/June 2007 issue of the Council of Foreign Relations' Foreign Affairs magazine an article entitled, "The end of national currency," in which his major conclusion was that "countries should abandon monetary nationalism." Steil tempered his embrace of one-world currency, writing, "Governments should replace national currencies with the dollar or the euro or, in the case of Asia, collaborate to produce a new multinational currency over a comparably large and economically diversified area."


Goodbye U.S. dollar, hello global currency
CFR chief: Monetary nationalism, sovereignty should be abandoned


The End of National Currency Ben Steil



Smack opposite CFR president, Richard Haas, talking about bailouts, financial crisis, federal reserve, and Buchanan mentions nothing about the upcoming G-20 meeting in April, and whether that grouping might discuss such as CFR has noted as desirable years back - a world currency?

During his appearance, Haas disagreed with Buchanan's brief sky is falling assessment, and claimed the dollar is strengthening... it's a danger to believe the dollar has peaked. One day have to pay down the debt...

And there's silly-looking Patrick Buchanan, the absent pontificator.

Meanwhile back in 1997, 2000 (keep searching):

September 22, 1997
PJB: New World Order Conservative Club
That’s why I’m standing with Sweeney. Now, you tell me, Tom, what you’re doing standing with Bill and Al, The Washington Post, the Council on Foreign Relations, Strobe Talbott and the Trilateral Commission. What are you guys forming up there — the New World Order Conservative Club?


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Death of the West review

Can America Be Saved?

Once Americans understand that our liberties are being destroyed through the depraved efforts of evil-minded individuals, rather than because of the influence of disembodied ideas, they will also understand the necessity of organizing to defeat that conspiracy. As Edmund Burke put it: "When bad mean combine, the good must associate." But such valuable insights are not found in Buchanan's book.

Nor does Buchanan discuss the role played by organizations of the internationalist Power Elite, such as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Trilateral Commission (TC) -- which didn't rate as much as a single mention in The Death of the West. This is a curious omission indeed, given that Buchanan's syndicated columns have been replete with mentions of such organizations and their efforts to undermine our national sovereignty.

This surprising amnesia is coupled with an unfortunate enthusiasm for the administration of George W. Bush, which -- ...


December 15, 2006
A Chronological History of the New World Order


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