CFR Plans for Near-Term Financial Meltdown.
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Sat Aug 19 20:12:14 PDT 2000
CFR Plans for Near-Term Financial
July 25, 2000 (EIRNS)--In the July 28, 2000 issue of the weekly Executive
Intelligence Review, economics writer Richard Freeman exposes the New York
Council on Foreign Relations' "simulation" of a July 2000 global financial
meltdown. For two days, in New York City, scenario planners for the CFR and
Royal Dutch Shell briefed 250 bankers, corporate officials, and policymakers
from the United States and Europe, on a recent game-simulation of the
financial crash, to test how top Wall St. and London managers would attempt
to deal with it. Their "solution" involved a policy of hyperinflation of
money supplies--i.e., still more of the same policy that has miserably
failed so far--but the scenario also extended to removing some of the powers
of the President of the United States.
Responding to questions from EIR, chief scenario planner Peter Schwartz
revealed in detail the desperate, genocial mind-set currently shared by
these banking policy circles. Schwartz believes, and told the assembled
bankers, that they should hope that AIDS/HIV rapidly kills off large
portions of the African and other Third World populations, just as occurred
with the Black Death in Europe and elsewhere during the 14th century in the
wake of the collapse of the Bardi and Peruzzi banks.
The five-page exposé includes an exclusive interview with Schwartz, and is
accompanied by an analysis of a brawl over the same crisis and the same
policy views, currently wracking the World Bank.
For details, call 1-888-347-3258 for a complimentary copy of Executive
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