LIKE BILDERBERG SOROS, BILDERBERG IMF CHIEF AGAIN PROPOSES YET MORE EUROPEAN INTEGRATION TO SAVE EURO
"You can't have a single currency, especially in times when you have troubles, without having more coordination and economic policy,...fair or unfair, there's skepticism in the markets so the problem has to be addressed."
You don't become Chief International Mother Fucker without being a complete sociopath. As soon as Strauss-Kahn was imposed as Chief International Mother Fucker he was charged with harrassing women for sex, charges which were dropped after pressure.
The IMF has been proposed as the de facto economic branch of the world government. It's role is to allegedly distribute wealth, but is in fact just an extension of the Nazi economic policies after the Rockefellers et al financed the Nazis and their eugenic policies.
The real situation is this. They call it the free market and freedom and democracy, when it is really a rigged market with them being able to create money out of nothing, them being able to rip us off and send us into war and them imposing our political leaders upon us.
By again proposing yet more European monetary and political integration the Chief International Mother Fucker Dominique Strauss-Kahn is again driving the agenda towards world government.
And such financial chaos as this would not have occured had it not been for the Rothschild Inter Alpha Group, whose banks are being bailed out by sovereign nations, who are then scurrying to the IMF for bailouts, dumping private gambling debts onto taxpayers and thus surrendering national sovereignty to the International Mother Fuckers.
IMF chief worried about Europe domino effect
(Reuters) - The head of the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday he was worried that EU leaders' piecemeal approach to Europe's debt crisis was encouraging markets to pick off weak countries one by one.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn appeared to endorse the idea of common euro bonds, saying they could be a useful tool, but added the political will to give power to the center of Europe was the main hurdle to their creation.
"I am worried, and that's why I am urging the Europeans ... to provide a comprehensive solution because this piecemeal approach ... obviously doesn't work," Strauss-Kahn told Reuters. "The markets are just waiting for what's next."
Due to its cumbersome decision-making structure, the euro zone has tended to offer countries such as Greece and Ireland rescues only once they were "at the edge of the cliff," he said. That approach has created a domino effect.
Interviewed at a Thomson Reuters Newsmaker event, Strauss-Kahn spoke as European Union leaders began a two-day summit at which they agreed changes to the European Union's governing treaty to create a permanent mechanism for handling financial crises.
"You can't have a single currency, especially in times when you have troubles, without having more coordination and economic policy," Strauss-Kahn said, also calling on the EU to revisit with more rigor the bank stress tests it carried out earlier this year.
Saying decision-making among the 16 countries of the euro zone was too slow, Strauss-Kahn said he was confident that the resources to address countries' debt problems were available in Europe but "fair or unfair, there's skepticism in the markets so the problem has to be addressed."