The International Monetary Fund (I.M.F.) was unsuccessful in covering up its nefarious activities in Greece, as WikiLeaks uncovered back in April. Later, the I.M.F.’s internal watchdog team released a report condemning the I.M.F.’s actions.
The narrative of a coming conflict between the East and the West has been boiling steadily as the U.S. election nears its end. Even the mainstream media is insinuating the potential for shots fired. Some believe the results of the election will determine the odds of war. There is a different position.It seems the rhetoric of East vs. West and nuclear exchange is being exploited as a distraction away from a different but almost equally catastrophic end game - the death of the U.S. dollar as the world reserve currency.
"From a growth rate perspective, the speed of credit expansion is alarming. The current pace of credit growth in China is realistically in a range between 19% and 20%, well above the reported official TSF growth of 12.4% and new loan growth of 13.0% in September. Relative to GDP, China’s credit-to-GDP ratio currently in a range from 260% to 275% of GDP as of September 2016" - Barclays
“I [Putin] want to give you [Hollande] this information. Greece asked us to print Drachmas because they have no longer a printer for this. I want to tell you that this [Grexit] is something that we do not want.”