Remember what we discussed in The Planned Financial Collapse Of The World the other day? We explained how further globalization will rise in two primary parts. First, we will see a financial system, and then a government system. Today, we have a global financial system, but it is not unified. Yet, new calls for unification came in from former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown and the G20.
“This is not something that can be dealt with in one country,” Brown said. “There has to be a coordinated global response.”
Gordon Brown was the UK PM during the 2008 global financial crisis. He explained,
“That was an economic problem that had economic causes and had an economic solution.
Brown says today’s crisis is much different.
“This is first and foremost a medical emergency and there has to be joint action to deal with that. But the more you intervene to deal with the medical emergency, the more you put economies at risk.”
We have heard calls for globalism for years and years, and this will simply be yet another echo of it. Though those voices are becoming louder, especially with every new global crisis. It does not matter how over or underplayed the global crises is, the idea is for the problem to be big enough to create a reason to unify the world.
When you hear the leaders of the world say we must unite and work together to defeat “terrorism” as they have for so many years, you want to pay attention to that. Now their calls include unification against a “hidden enemy” known as Coronavirus. A virus that Lysol kills.
Coincidently enough, this ties right into yesterday’s G20 meeting.
The joint statement issued by the G20 nations stated,
“We are strongly committed to presenting a united front against this common threat. We are injecting over $5 trillion into the global economy, as part of targeted fiscal policy, economic measures, and guarantee schemes to counteract the social, economic and financial impacts of the pandemic.”
$5 trillion dollars made out of thin air, just like the Federal Reserve balance sheet.
Think about that number for a moment.
The new U.S. Bailout package will cost over $6 trillion alone. These numbers no longer have meaning. There is not enough available money to pay for this. One can only wonder if this crisis will be the death blow to the global financial system. Not Deadly Wound, I am simply talking about the economic situation. A lot more has to happen before we get there, relax.
During Donald Trump’s White House Press briefing yesterday, he mentioned the G20 meeting, and all who were present, but he did not speak on the matter. Further, not a single person in the press asked a question about the G20 meeting. I find that strikingly odd considering how much time he spent saying the names of the leaders and their nations.
Nevertheless, our nation is apart of the G20, the top 20 economic powers in the world with ours being number 1. So our nation is apart of this global solution being implemented. We will send more of our taxpayer dollars around the globe, which would be globalism over the Coronavirus which has killed nearly 25,000 on the planet.
25,000 deaths out of 7.7 billion souls on earth, and the world is making new deals, forming partnerships and uniting over a virus that has killed 25,000, just half of the U.S. yearly total from the seasonal flu.
That right there, that simple fact really lets you know we are entering a new stage of globalism. A precedent has been set, and no matter how soon this crisis resolves itself, the world will never be the same again.
Alright, enough about using common sense and thinking things through.
Let’s see what else our brilliant global leaders decided on.
“The G20 declaration on the Covid-19 pandemic is a document of global resolve,” said Markus Engels, from the Global Solutions Initiative, a network of think tanks. “The lesson the G20 leaders take away from their meeting should be that social and international solidarity must once again be acknowledged as the most important instrument for combating the crisis.”
Yes, global resolve, a united front against any enemy of humanity.
How I am reminded of the Tower of Babel, and you know how that ended.
God shut it down.