Sunday, October 19, 2008

Bush Plans Summit of World Leaders Over Crisis

At the urging of French President Nicolas Sarkozy (His half-brother, Oliver Sarkozy, is a Managing Director and co-head of the Global Financial Services at The Carlyle Group), President Bush will plan to hold a summit of world leaders "to discuss the global response to the financial crisis and ideas to prevent such a crisis from recurring in the future and to preserve our free market system."

At this point in his administration, it is clear that Bush "preserving our free market system" is the equivalent of Hitler favoring national healthcare for Jews, just before shipping them to Auschwitz.

Sarkozy in particular has pressed for the economic summit to be held in New York City, where, he says, "everything started".

This should be quite the show.

The summit is likely to include the member states of the Group of Eight – the U.S., Japan, Germany, the U.K., France, Italy, Canada and Russia – as well some developing countries that haven't traditionally had a seat at the table, such as China, India, Brazil and South Korea. Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Switzerland and Australia also are being mentioned as possible invitees, according to WSJ.

1 comment:

  1. Great News [/sarcasim]

    All the politicians who helped create the problem, then denied that there was a problem, and then massively rewarded those who created the problems with money and power (including themselves) will get together and once again show their economic expertise.