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Is the International Monetary Fund (IMF) an intergovernmental organization that oversees the global financial system by taking part in the the macroeconomic policies of its established members, without bias? Or rather, does International to them mean, that the stability of the "internal nations" of the developed countries of the world, come before stabilizing the Developing and/or Third World countries?
There is the crisis of famine in Somalia, with people dying due to drought, malnutrition and starvation, and let us not forget the on-going crisis in Haiti. Yes, the world is responding with aid, the Red Cross, etc., as they have in Haiti, yet, even after the "not-for-profit" agencies have received somewhere in the region of US$ 4bn ($4,000,000,000), Haiti is still in crisis.
With this in mind, where do you think Somalia stands?!
The European nations are now in the midst of economic crisis of a different nature. These nations of plunder are crumbling --fiefdoms which they built on the backs of our ancestors; and the theft of our land and riches; and the present day infiltration of our economies, are now at risk of failing.
The IMF, as I write this, in meetings with European Union leaders, to come up with a bail out solution for Greece, to stem the tide of this crisis, the EU's economic crumble. They are all arriving in their expensive cars, with their expensive entourages, dressed in their expensive designer suits.
Tell me, where is the lack of bias, and hence the fairness?
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