Friday, May 20, 2011

Likely New IMF Chief Has a Hardline Bankster View

Christine Lagarde, who is the front runner to become the next IMF chief, surprise, has a very bankster like view of how the PIIGS should be dealt with.

Her position: No restructuring---the PIIGS pay every cent they owe to the banksters.

She also wants Greece to move faster on "reforms" in exchange for any more aid---reforms, of course, mean sucking more money out of the Greek people and delivered directly to the banksters.

Lagarde is a total insider. She was the first female chairman of the international law firm Baker & McKenzie. Despite being a French citizen, Lagarde worked as an intern at the United States Capitol, as William Cohen's congressional assistant. She is currently the Economic Minister of France.

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