There are many incidents popping up daily across the US of Obama’s treasonous acts. This one of course has not made it into mainstream media and won’t. Remember my article on the number of mysterious deaths in banking? I believe we now know why. This article implicates Obama in One World Government and hints strongly at Putin being funded by the US through funneled Ukraine funds.
There is absolutely, day after day, reason to impeach this man, from the strong arm tactics of Holder in Fast and Furious to FDIC Operation Choke Point to Bin Laden’s records to a dozen more. I am sickened more and more by the majority of spineless excuses for congressional representatives. There are a few who are standing up and a few non-political educated Democrats waking up to his grab for total power. But on the whole every member of Congress not actively speaking out against him needs to find themselves out of a job and in prison garb at the very least. I hope everyone of them is on the main menu at a Cannibal Convention!!
From “The New American” comes the following article:
IMF Seeks to Bypass U.S. Veto in Bid to Empower Self, Tyrants
Written by Alex Newman
Right now, the International Monetary Fund is trying to move forward controversial “reforms” that would massively expand the institution’s power and the burden it imposes on taxpayers — particularly American taxpayers — by doubling IMF resources. The scheme, which is strongly supported by the Obama administration, would diminish U.S. influence in IMF decisions while boosting the voice of the communist dictatorship ruling mainland China, Putin’s Kremlin, the pro-Castro Brazilian government, and various other regimes that the UN refers to as “emerging markets.”
As it stands, however, the U.S. government has veto power because it controls more than 15 percent of the voting shares, and 85 percent approval is required to adopt the reforms. And the International Monetary Fund is facing a U.S. Congress that has refused to do its bidding — so far at least.
Putin and the Kremlin are, with Obama and Beijing, still leading the charge to reduce U.S. influence and boost IMF power. One of the Moscow-backed proposals being considered to empower the IMF without U.S. approval — which is deemed “de-linking” — would split the radical reforms into two parts. Essentially, the doubling of taxpayer resources for the fund and the further empowerment of Third World regimes in IMF decisions would each stand independently rather than as one package. “In our view the de-linking would be the most logical,” Putin’s Finance Minister Anton Siluanov was quoted as saying.
You can read more about it here.