“End game” memo confirms US conspired with bankers to rip apart world’s financial regulation

From Greg Palast:

“The Memo confirmed every conspiracy freak’s fantasy:  that in the late 1990s, the top US Treasury officials secretly conspired with a small cabal of banker big-shots to rip apart financial regulation across the planet.  When you see 26.3% unemployment in Spain, desperation and hunger in Greece, riots in Indonesia and Detroit in bankruptcy, go back to this End Game memo, the genesis of the blood and tears.

The Treasury official playing the bankers’ secret End Game was Larry Summers.  Today, Summers is Barack Obama’s leading choice for Chairman of the US Federal Reserve, the world’s central bank.  If the confidential memo is authentic, then Summers shouldn’t be serving on the Fed, he should be serving hard time in some dungeon reserved for the criminally insane of the finance world.”

The memo, which Greg Palast says is authentic:

Larry Summers memo to rip apart financial regulation

Update: In case you missed it, in another confidential memo, Peter Mandelson, as EU Trade Commissioner, threatened Brazil with trade sanctions if it did not go along with the deregulation plans.  Fortunately for Brazil – the only country to come out of the financial crisis intact – it did not go along with the plans.

Greg Palast’s meeting with WTO chief, Pascal Lamy, the “Generalissimo of Globalization”:

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EU-US “trade deal” is reminiscent of the “Common Market”

In Ken Clarke’s piece today, the top-rated comment was removed.  It simply said something along the lines of “Fresh from the Bilderberg meeting”, meaning that Ken has his orders from them.

Isn’t it odd that the Telegraph deleted that particular, inoffensive comment, when it left so many others which personally attack Ken Clarke?  Why would they do that, if not to hide the real reason behind the Bilderberg meeting?

Lindsay Jenkins, on ConHome, senses that there’s a piece missing – something we’re not being told.

I believe that the missing piece is a trade deal between the US, which essentially melds US and EU policy in much the same way as the “Common Market” melded the UK’s and Europe’s.

What we are looking at here is the beginning of global governance that Pascal Lamy, Director-General of the WTO, spoke about in 2009.

He said, in a speech at the Bocconi University:

“Today, more than ever, our governance systems, whether in Europe or at the global level, must provide citizens with avenues for shaping tomorrow’s world, the one they want their children to inherit. Among the many regional integration attempts, the European Union remains the laboratory of international governance — the place where the new technological frontier of international governance is being tested.”

The transcript of that speech can be found here on the WTO site.

Update:  UK Column Live kindly covered this issue today.  Thank you, guys.  People are ready to hear this and your platform gives this message legs.

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