General Strike Paralyzes Argentina, as Population Says ‘No to the IMF’

General Strike Paralyzes Argentina, as Population Says ‘No to the IMF’

June 26, 2018 (EIRNS)—A 24-hour general strike, called by the CGT labor federation, in Argentina, and backed by other trade unions, citizen groups, small businesses and social organizations, completely paralyzed Argentina yesterday, to demand a change in the Macri government’s economic program and reject the austerity demands of the International Monetary Fund. The IMF inspires intense hatred in Argentina.

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Crazy IMF has audacity to warn debt free Russia to diversify economy while Europe and U.S. moves towards recession

It is ironic when one of the West’s failed monetary structures chooses to give monetary or economic advice to sovereign country, but even more so when they decide to do it to a nation that is both prospering and dominating its region. But that is exactly what the IMF did on May 19 when the IMF returned from a recent visit to Moscow.

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With 15 more nations ready to sign onto the AIIB, China’s IMF alternative close to capturing half the world

Last week saw the first new set of signatories join the Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank (AIIB) since the original 57 nations joined on the institution’s inception back in 2015. And with these 13 new countries buying into China’s alternative to the West’s International Monetary Fund (IMF) bank, a total of 70 countries have recognized the shift that is taking place from West to East in the global financial system.

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Banker, Bail Thyself

In 1944 the globalists who engineer the fabric of our existence came up with, and promptly shelved, a plan that could be used to rescue failed Central Banks and launch a new global currency system. Back then, America was strong with no fears of a Federal Reserve collapse in sight. Today, that plan has now been dusted off in preparation of its implementation. Are you ready for the KOSMOS?

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