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Mel Martin
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Oh! We printed too much money!

“There is only one thing in this world, and that is to keep acquiring money and more money, power and more power. All the rest is meaningless.” –Napoleon Bonaparte

Kristalina Georgieva, Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently admitted the central banks globally “printed too much money and didn’t think of unintended consequences,” at a recent panel discussion hosted by CNBC in April of 2022.

Georgieva stated, “I think we are not paying sufficient attention to the law of unintended consequences. We take decisions with an objective in mind and rarely think through what may happen that is not our objective. And then we wrestle with the impact of it…We act sometimes like eight years old playing soccer. Here is the ball, we are all at the ball. And we don't cover the rest of the field.” 

Yikes. So, the crew at the IMF doesn’t use long-term critical thinking skills when they make important decisions that impact the entire globe. Hmmm. And their leader compares what they do to children playing soccer. Hmmm. Ridiculous excuse. And they want the world to swallow their outlandish story.

Perhaps, Georgieva and her staff need to pay back the money by selling all their assets and take a huge reduction in their salaries.

Why isn’t mainstream media covering this shocking news about an impending financial and economic collapse heard around the world? Because mainstream media is owned by conglomerates who are BBF’s (best friends forever) with the global elites.

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