IRELAND ACCEPTS AN OFFER IT CAN'T REFUSE
This is the shape of things to come for Europe.
For decades we have sat idly by as the IMF destroyed Africa and parts of Asia.
But now after using derivatives and forming the Eurozone, Europe is to worship at the altar of the IMF, beholden to its demands.
I recall James Paul Warburg stating to the US Senate,
"We shall have world government, whether or not we like it. The question is only whether world government will be achieved by consent or by conquest."
We are still at the consent stage, I think, but just about.
If they decide they cannot get consent and go for conquest instead then the Albert Pike third world war scenario will be restarted with a blatant attack on Iran, either directly on Iran or via Lebanon.
The Albert Pike three world war theory is just one plan, Plan B, but because we have had to suffer two world wars before now and they still do not have an overt world government, even now in 2010, then I think that this proves that at each stage they have tried to implement a world government a world war was required, ie conquest.
So they try consent, then if they can't get consent they start a world war and try conquest. But they don't start a world war without guaranteeing that they will be on the winning side. Hence they built up Germany but in both previous world wars they surrounded Germany with USA and Russia so that Germany didn't stand a chance. They then tried consent with the League of Nations and the United Nations. The League failed. The UN survived and has some authority, but as Brzezinski stated in that video of him admitting that they are in big trouble, the UN is not yet the world government that they want and need.
So they are still trying consent, for now, but if they don't get it then expect an attack on Iran.
Debt-ridden Ireland will get an IMF loan worth tens of billions, Central Bank chief confirms
By Hugo Duncan and Tim Shipman
Last updated at 9:39 AM on 18th November 2010
The Governor of Ireland's Central Bank today said he expects the country to get a loan worth tens of billions through an International Monetary Fund-European Union rescue package.
But Professor Patrick Honohan said he believes influential IMF-EU experts will not demand any radical alteration of the Government's savings plans once they inspect Exchequer and bank books.
'It's not my call. It's the Government at the end. It's my expectation that that is what is likely to happen,' he told Irish state broadcaster RTE Radio.
Prof Honohan spoke after it was revealed that British taxpayers may have to stump up billions of pounds to help save the debt-laden country from collapse.
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