The recently concluded Moscow summit of finance ministers and central bankers of the G20 (Group of Twenty)* countries is merely the opening salvo in a year-long series of confabs in which finance ministers, labor ministers, and central bankers will be working toward a radical reconfiguring of the global “financial architecture.” As we reported recently, the big untold story of the Moscow conference is the ongoing G20 stealth program to crash the dollar and transform the International Monetary Fund into a global Federal Reserve. (See, “Killing the Dollar: G20 & IMF Push for Global Fed, Global Currency.”)
Another unreported and equally important “story behind the story” is the G20 process as a means to bring about “convergence,” which is the gradual economic, political, and social merging of the “former” communist regimes of Russia and China with the United States, the European Union, and, eventually, the other nations of the world — under a global socialist government. There has been virtually no questioning of the wisdom of not only bringing Russia and China into the G20, but of also bestowing the G20 Presidency on Russia for 2013. Throughout the year, Vladimir Putin’s criminal regime — which continues to be run by the same Communist Party/KGB thugs who ran the Soviet Union — will be hosting “task force” and “working group” meetings on “Energy Sustainability,” “Public Debt Management,” “Strong Sustainable and Balanced Growth,” “Anti-Corruption,” “International Financial Architecture,” etc. (A program of the year-long Russia-G20 events can be accessed here.)
Although a few of these events will take place in Washington, D.C. or Paris, most of the G20 conferences will be taking place in Moscow or St. Petersburg, under the supervision of Putin’s FSB, the renamed and reorganized (but unreformed) Soviet KGB.
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