President Donald Trump – Captain of Global Trade and Finance…

Sometimes geo-politics can be funny and deserve a little snark in discussion. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), and World Bank, are holding a conference in DC. this weekend.  Deplorable Secretary Mnuchin represents U.S. and Trump interests.

Amid the earlier G20 Summit the Trump effect ended up with changed language from the finance leadership.  Titan Trump’s election changed the way the IMF and World Bank globalists talk about international trade.   Bi-lateral and nationalism are no longer dirty words.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – International Monetary Fund members on Saturday dropped a pledge to fight protectionism amid a split over trade policy and turned their attention to another looming threat to global economic integration: the first round of France’s presidential election. (more)

However, funnier still is the resurfacing of a familiar face.  You might well remember former Mexican Finance Minister Augustin Carstens resigned as Mexico’s central bank chief just after the election of Donald Trump.   Well, apparently, the job of saving face for the changed approach of the IMF/World Bank is now squarely on Carsten’s shoulders.

A communique from the IMF’s steering committee on Saturday dropped an anti-protectionism pledge, adopting language from the Group of 20 nations that the Trump administration sought last month in Germany as it develops a strategy to slash U.S. trade deficits.

Earlier in the week, the IMF had warned that protectionist policies that restrict trade could choke off improving global growth.

Instead, the International Monetary and Financial Committee (IMFC) statement pledged that members would “work together” to reduce global trade and current account imbalances “through appropriate policies.”

Mexican central bank chief Agustin Carstens, the IMFC chairman, said most countries have some trade restrictions and that protectionism was an “ambiguous” term.

“Instead of dwelling on what that concept means, we managed to put it in a more positive, more constructive framework,” Carstens told a news conference.

Some officials chose to focus on the brightening global economy instead of the risks posed by the French election, new U.S. trade barriers and Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, said James Boughton, a former IMF official.

“There’s an awful lot of forced optimism about what these people are saying,” said Boughton, who is now with the Centre for International Governance Innovation, a Canadian think-tank. “Until the train goes off the tracks, everything looks fine.”

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin called for the IMF to step up its surveillance of members’ foreign exchange rates.

President Donald Trump “believes in reciprocal trade deals and reciprocal free trade,” Mnuchin told Lagarde in an on-stage interview. “What that means is that if our markets are open there should be a reciprocal nature to other markets which should be open as well.”  (read more)

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127 Responses to President Donald Trump – Captain of Global Trade and Finance…

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Lagarde’s statement needs to be studied as a classic example of globalist euphemism. It’s like explaining to your Nazi troops that the Fuehrer is dead and the Third Reich is over.

      Let me provide a dictionary for translation:

      high financial and economic risks – the globalist / elite plan for too-rapid development and big profits for the ruling class, at the expense of America, a.k.a. the goddamn New World Order

      more geopolitical risks – the massive social turmoil, unrest, and risk of world war caused by blowback from the overly ambitious and foolhardy globalist / elite plans, not the least of which was the evil and idiotic importation of anti-national voting blocs, which frankly deserves to see most of these jerks in jail

      growth momentum – China and India unleashed for big profits on all the elite investments while the middle and lower classes in America and Europe were held victim at globalist gunpoint

      more sharing – how you say “less robbery” to your socialist friends, because leaving the victims with their store credit cards and cab fare is their idea of “more sharing”

      the more inclusive the growth – America no longer being sucked dry

      the less risk there is of inward-looking policies – no more Brexit, Trump, Frexit, EU death spiral – PLEASE – anything but the death of the EU

      inclusive growth – fair trade that is not designed to deplete the battery called AMERICA, until we can figure out a new scam, probably involving subjugation of the Internet as a necessary step, so you’d better get on it real quick, Google and Facebook, or all our asses are in a sling, Signed, Christine Lagarde

      Still, they get the message. Hit the brakes, globalists.

      Liked by 35 people

      • Sedanka says:

        Clap for the Wolfmoon!

        Liked by 9 people

      • WSB says:

        Snarkee! Thanks, Wolf and SD!

        Liked by 3 people

      • sobriquet4u says:

        awesome…someone from my tribe speaks the language of sarc and I get it! Thanks for the translation.

        Liked by 4 people

      • In the words of our savior President Trump,
        “That’s a Real Beaut.”

        Liked by 4 people

        • Evelyn says:

          Not to contradict you, but a reminder to the group that Donald Trump is just an admirable man who was willing to put his hand in our real Savior’s hand. Any one of us plus our Savior has the power to overcome the entire world.

          On a completely unrelated topic, isn’t it cool to realize that all of the angst and hand-wringing about Mnuchin having been a Goldman Sachs employee in the past and the many antisemitic comments I read (not here, but on other websites) about him being Jewish have all been turned upside down? Our Savior knows what He is doing. Praise God!

          Liked by 7 people

          • redtreesquirrel says:

            Thank you Evelyn. Amen!

            Liked by 2 people

          • NewNonna!! says:

            Amen, Evelyn. I cringe when anyone gets too close to calling our incredible president ‘savior’. Our God (and Savior) has blessed America with Donald Trump being who and what he is in this time and place in history, but it is WITH God that nothing is impossible (including Mr Trump’s election against ALL odds) and we mustn’t forget that.

            I think it’s because our President’s election rescued America from the brink of falling into hell that we rightly feel he won to ‘save us’ from such a horrible possibility. However, regardless of what even the loony Leftists spout, even Mr Trump has, IMO, truly handled himself in a humble and dignified manner. He has not come across as believing he’s our savior. He’s a strategic, very intelligent, very successful, very caring, proud American (not to mention VERY FUNNY and/or SARCASTIC when it’s appropriate, which I LOVE!!!).

            If only we could think of a word to sum all that up when we speak of his unique ability to lead our great country. ‘Patriot’ comes to my mind, but I’m open to other possibilities. Anyone??!

            God bless you, Mr President. 🙏🏼🇺🇸🚂❤️

            Liked by 3 people

      • curley727 says:

        Ding! Ding! Ding! We have another winner!

        Liked by 2 people

      • Curry Worsham says:

        In the spirit of “GOPe”, perhaps we should call these jerks the GlobElite.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Wolfman, Thank was absolute awesomeness! Also so absolute truth! Thank you a million.

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    • A lot of those people wandering around at the IMFC meeting appeared to be thinking, “Gee! Look at all those important people! I don’t think I belong here. I have no clue what is going on!”

      My other thought – when Mme. LeGarde was embracing that African-looking guy, my first thought was, “Is that the new Swiss Bank CEO???” Bet it was.

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  1. FofBW says:

    fitting the Deplorables in the picture is classic!

    Liked by 4 people

  2. starfcker says:

    Funny, schaeuble never even looked at or acknowledged Mnuchin in the clip.

    Like

  3. judyw says:

    Confessions of a man at the top: Arranging world finances to start wars and terrorism, use of divide and conquer, control systems of fear and greed propagated through blackmailing ceremonies.

    https://investmentwatchblog.com/confessions-of-a-man-at-the-top-arranging-world-finances-to-start-wars-and-terrorism-use-of-divide-and-conquer-control-systems-of-fear-and-greed-propagated-through-blackmailing-ceremonies/

    Liked by 15 people

    • b4im2old says:

      The real “Matrix”… makes my stomach turn… watch the whole thing…

      Liked by 12 people

    • hippielouie says:

      many of us have read snippets of this evil group but to hear an eye witness account is truly mind boggling. his is a brave guy to say so much. IMO everyone needs to see this.

      Liked by 3 people

    • DeepFreud says:

      This is a profoundly important interview and notice should be taken of it. THIS hidden World System is what is behind the Deep State in most countries. THIS is how politicians and people in media are controlled. Like a worm on a fish hook, seduction to the sin of your choice – money, drugs, sex, power, fame, pedophilia, etc., is encouraged and results in blackmail and control of the person by this organization. The woman who appeared on Dr. Phil as a survivor of child sex-trafficking speaks of this System from another point of view . The movie, Eyes Wide Shut, does the same. As a psychologist, I saw a number of people over the years, who described local versions of what Ronald Bernard is talking about. Horrific but true…

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      • judyw says:

        Thanks for your comments. Would I love to have a conversation w/you! I’ve read for years and seen interviews with other people describing similar situations but no interview ever reached the depth of my being like this one. His delivery of the abbreviated story of such a raw part of his life was impeccable with emotion that was so palpable.

        I also saw the Dr. Phil interview you referred to and it was reported that Dutch TV cancelled his show immediately after that. Her story mirrored others I’ve seen which gives credibility to all of them IMO .

        At the recommendation of a therapist I was seeing during my divorce, I read M. Scott Peck’s People of the Lie which answered so many questions I didn’t even know I had so I am thinking I will bring that back out to read again.

        I will believe until proven wrong that Trump’s decision to enter the political process was influenced by what he saw as this world beyond the tipping point.

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        • DeepFreud says:

          I noticed that, at the end of Irma Schiffer’s interview with Ronald Bernard, there was a written notice that there was going to be a “Part 2” to the interview. Have you come across it? I have not been able to find it.

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  4. BG2 says:

    Excellent.
    The IMF backed down on one of its Holy Principles.
    Donald now knows they will basically do as they’re told.
    As Donald says “always be prepared to walk away from a negotiation”.
    The IMF can’t operate without the US.
    Donald knows it. The IMF socialists know it.

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  5. Frankly Ben says:

    Hmmm, looks like free trade’s not so free after all.

    Liked by 7 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      TRUMP EFFECT

      Trump: Hey, Christine – your underwear is showing!

      Lagarde: WHAT?

      Trump: Just kidding. Your global redistribution of wealth masquerading as “free trade” is over. Don’t worry – we’ll send you the new plan called “fair trade”. See ya, toots.

      Carstens: Christine – what was all that about? What did he say?

      Lagarde: Oh. My underwear was showing. Listen – I have an idea called “better sharing” which means “more inclusive growth” to prevent “inward-looking policies”.

      Carstens: Oh my God. Trump is on to us.

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      • Daniel says:

        Make note of how often Trump uses leftist tools for his own purposes. The word “fair” is used to justify many leftist causes. He took it and made it his own. The workers, especially union workers, were the most important tools of the leftists and he took them too. This now leaves non-citizens and extremist nutbags as their voter base.

        There are probably a number of other “leftist tools and tricks” Trump has used which I haven’t noted yet. But they are all serving his agenda well. And if they were to fight back against his “appropriation of their tools?” There’s almost no spinning that in a good way.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          He’s masterful, isn’t he? Oh, Trump just goes shopping in the Left’s “downside bin” and “rhetoric remnants”, and walks away with enough stuff to start his own business.

          Liked by 24 people

        • Rino Hunters United! says:

          There is ‘fair’ and then there is “more fair” – each used when the Left can not defend a position or policy. As in “the tax code needs to be ‘more fair’ to everyone” ….. -_-

          When you hear the word ‘fair’ in a debate – you should ATTACK immediately – this a weak spot for any Leftist and normally exposes some rather anti-Liberty position, or exposes their uneducated reasoning or exposes an emotional illogical need.

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          • WSB says:

            “Mexican central bank chief Agustin Carstens, the IMFC chairman, said most countries have some trade restrictions and that protectionism was an “ambiguous” term.

            “Instead of dwelling on what that concept means, we managed to put it in a more positive, more constructive framework,” Carstens told a news conference.”

            Like that?

            Liked by 2 people

          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Yes – “fair” is extremely abusable. Handle with tongs!

            Like

        • piper567 says:

          TRUMP did this with “working families” also…Used to be Union code for Union members…TRUMP turned it into the plight of all the Americans who have lost their jobs due to Globalist policies.

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      • pancho says:

        Ha, ha, Wolfman…very clever and very funny. Thank you.

        Liked by 3 people

        • pancho says:

          I’m sorry, Wolfmoon, I meant Wolfmoon above. I see your handle and I just keep thinking of Wolfman Jack.

          Liked by 5 people

          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            Everybody calls me Wolfman, man! And I dig it! 😉 😎

            Liked by 10 people

            • Janie M. says:

              wolfmoon, When I was a teen in the 60’s living in NM, I would listen to Wolfman Jack’s radio broadcasts (on my little Truetone transistor radio) when he was doing his show out of Mexico. There was a dearth of radio stations broadcasting our rock and roll in the evenings (even NMSU’s underground station signed off early) in our neck of the woods, he filled that void.

              Liked by 5 people

              • Duckman says:

                Reminds me of Beaker street

                Liked by 1 person

                • John Denney says:

                  The Mighty Ten Ninety, KAAY, Little Rock, Arkansas!
                  I may have done some late night listening as a kid in Iowa. 😉

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                That’s very cool! I didn’t catch him until later, during his first comeback (I think it was in the ’70’s) but still very glad. He was awesome! Loved that voice!!!

                Liked by 3 people

              • Paco Loco says:

                Wolfman Jack was broadcast from Mexican radio station XERV in Del Rio using a huge water cooled radio transmitter (mega watts). His studio was actually in LA. I remember driving across the Sonoran desert in 1968 listening to the Wolfman doing imitations and reading letters while he sang along with a Beatles song like Hey Jude….priceless!

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      • b4im2old says:

        Yes ^^^

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      • b4im2old says:

        Yup, “better sharing”, just like traitor Ryano’s “better way” healthcare plan…

        Sooo thankful to God for PDJT’s divine appointment!!

        Sooo much treason to expose/unravel/fix/swamp to drain, and so little time (8 yrs.!) But just look what’s been accomplished in less than 100 days with the adults back in charge! 🙂

        Not tired of winning! MAGA!

        Liked by 10 people

    • Daniel says:

      There is no such thing as free trade as long as government picks the winners and losers.

      Liked by 9 people

  6. Minnie says:

    All seriousness aside, Sundance, you crack me up with your memes/pictures 😜

    Thank you for always reminding me to smile 👍

    Liked by 6 people

  7. jefcool64 says:

    World is beginning to realize just how serious Trump is.

    Liked by 15 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Totally. And pretty soon they’re going to realize just how right he is, too. I think some of these people suspect it, but are still having a hard time accepting that Trump saw what they didn’t.

      I think when Trump realized he actually knew how to attain globalist goals faster and better through HIS plan than they could through THEIR plan, he simultaneously realized that there was no way it would work through the existing corruption. THAT was when he knew he had to do it himself.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        *(globalist goals meaning alleged goals that they “pretend to believe” – while “pretending not to know” that these goals are largely unattainable by their methods – but hey – everybody at the top walks away with their share, so no problem if socialism doesn’t work AGAIN)

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      • judyw says:

        He said it right here at the RNC Convention and it made a distinct mark in my consciousness as he looked almost apologetic that he knew what he actually knew but was not a part of.

        Liked by 4 people

  8. Joe says:

    It is not over, but it is a start. The longer Trump is in office the better. Remember when Bloody Mary was Queen of England, the Protestant leaders walked the streets of London carrying rosaries. They only changed the camouflage and were doing what they could to undermine her behind the scenes.

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  9. chojun says:

    This is interesting to me because I couldn’t have easily predicted a change by the IMF. It seems to point toward the principal exporter of Globalism for the past 20-30 years has been the United States.

    Liked by 5 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The US has been a good salesman, but I tend to think that the globalist mothership is still in the EU.

      My feeling is that the IMF is buying time, and hoping that they will only need a minimal course correction and a minimal delay. Another “Reagan bump” in their road.

      Liked by 11 people

    • andi lee says:

      Greece has not been resolved yet, and Ukraine is milking the IMF, yet begging congress for an injection.

      No more bank bailouts. We’ve been hit 3 times, bailing out the banking industry. Not even a tee-shirt!

      Liked by 6 people

    • WSB says:

      This is a change in words, not actions. Call it the ‘Globalist Squirrel Doctrine’.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Exactly. And it’s “lost in translation” leaving me to remind that as long as the IMF is the global federal reserve fiat printing press creating false interest on fiat “money” backed by nothing we are all eventually doomed to the failure which is always imminent.

        It’s only a question of when.

        No one demands Trump end the fed, and no one talks about the unconstitutional fed. It was the beginning of the end of what was a prosperous, charitable, and free nation.

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        • WSB says:

          We can only hope that there are plans in the Trump WH for the next 100 days! {{Wink}}!

          Like

          • If the one world system banksters aren’t stopped, we won’t have to worry about the Fed anymore, it will be SDRs after the transfer of nearly ALL wealth to these “elite” THIEVES and anti-Freedom scum. Those watching the trends can easily see the chance that the “big one” is looming… they’ve prepared well to take it all in one fell swoop.

            The $350 trillion dollar manufactured crisis. So yes, there are trillions at stake and just who is going to stop it at this point???

            Liked by 1 person

            • WSB says:

              Good question. We’ll be back to the barter system, with half not having anything to even barter with. Mutual self destruction.

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              • I think there will be much more than half with nothing at all to barter with… Not many believe it possible, much less approaching, even though their incomes allow them less and less in real world goods as each year goes by and the dollar is worth less and less while the cost of those real world goods keeps escalating.

                The awful truth is too much to bear even for those I know that see it coming yet prefer to “pretend” it isn’t. Globalism (the “new” world “order”) has existed for a long time now, few will admit it. The banksters are coming, the banksters are coming…

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  10. The Boss says:

    You have to wonder to what extent the French election was lurking in the background during this meeting.

    Liked by 5 people

  11. wheatietoo says:

    Even though that Agustin Carstens guy resigned right after our election…he’s still in his position there until July 1st.

    So he is still able to loot as much as he can until then.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. We should arrest the lot of them while they’re in DC.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. andi lee says:

    How can there possibly be a healthy solution where global widespread corruption remains?

    Liked by 5 people

  14. FLEEVY says:

    Have Carstens and Chris Christie ever been seen together? Just asking

    Liked by 2 people

  15. andi lee says:

    Rumored, POTUS declined:

    Think rumor may have legs, though. Pontifex reaching out again:

    Liked by 5 people

  16. Sylvia Avery says:

    I mean no offense to any Catholics here, but I am sorry I don’t trust Pope Francis. I don’t see any upside to President Trump meeting with him.

    Reading Sundance’s article makes me want to break out in some kind of a song and dance version of MAGA MAGA MAGA! And oh by the way, DIE EU! DIE! I keep hearing that NATO would be weakened if the EU dies, but I think that is baloney. Fingers crossed that France will begin to break free.

    Liked by 6 people

    • andi lee says:

      I see, and hear, smaller churches responsive to their congregation(s), while the larger ones are deaf in response to Pope Francis. (Remember Cain’s home-church held a protest over Cain’s abortion stance, wanting the church to excommunicate him?)

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    • No offense taken. Serious and devout Catholics who know their faith do not trust him either. Check out blogs such as OnePeterFive etc, the Remnant, etc

      Liked by 7 people

    • A2 says:

      The Pope is just being the Pope. May not be this Pope or that Pope, and we may quibble about that as many have, but the President will meet him when the time is right.

      The Leftist Internationale, i.e. the MSM will as is their wont, distort and promote whatever the Pope says and turn it to their pathetic interests. Pope John Paul II was raked over the coals by the press, as was the great theologian, Pope Benedict XVI.

      Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

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    • Not a problem. He told the Holy See a month or so ago to tell priests through out the world that global warming was bad for the world and we needed to do something about it. That is when I stopped listening to this Pope. And, you are exactly correct about PDJT’s meeting this pope (lc intentional)…there is no upside.

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    • magaskook says:

      I left the Catholic Church for the same reasons I left the Democratic Party…..don’t apologize to willful and ignorant hypocrites…..it’s their choice.

      Liked by 5 people

      • redtreesquirrel says:

        Agreed.

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      • NewNonna!! says:

        I’ve had my ‘issues’ with my local parish ministry leaders & pastors at times. Bishops and this Pope, too.

        However, I continue to refuse to allow them to push me away from the Catholic Church. It is there that the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of my Lord and Savior is found in tangible form. For me to receive. No one will keep me from Him, including leaders and members of my Church.

        When I hear others say they have left the Church, that Jesus Himself established, I am saddened for them. Come back to your Crucified Savior! Don’t we teach our kids to stand their ground and not run away from bullies, blowhards, and hypocrites!?

        And one last thing on this matter. When I see, read or hear about abuses (in its many forms) done by leaders in my Church, I stop and say a prayer for them because ‘to who much is given, much is expected’.

        To paraphrase a professed Brother who once told me: ‘I act always with the thought that what I say or do to others affects MY eternity’. Therefore, these leaders/members who lead others astray due to their errant behavior will have much to answer for before the throne of The King of Kings. And I pray for them as much as I do the loony Leftists… that they wake up before they fall asleep for all eternity.

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        • @NewNonna, That’s it exactly! Thank you for expressing my thoughts so well:

          “It is there that the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of my Lord and Savior is found in tangible form. For me to receive. No one will keep me from Him, including leaders and members of my Church.”

          Thank you. While I may push back against Pope Francis’ errors and ignore Francis’ when he is not safeguarding what the revelation that been handed to him to preserve through the ages… I will never, ever leave the Catholic Church.

          There is no way I could ever leave my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ – the Catholic Church is His Bride, the two are one. If I leave the Church, I leave Him, present in the Eucharist.

          I pray for Pope Francis, and I pray for the leaders of the world, including President Trump.

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      • I love this comment.

        Like

  17. andi lee says:

    A Funny:

    Funnier:

    Pontifex throwing shade …😂

    Liked by 6 people

    • georgiafl says:

      Pontifex is now Pontiflex because this Pontiff has bent himself to the left’s mandatory myths – global warming, open borders, anti-capitalism and more.

      Liked by 8 people

  18. Donna in Oregon says:

    In the Pope’s defense, isn’t the Vatican also a bank? Or was that just in The Godfather III? Actually I don’t think the Vatican Bank or the Fed have ever been audited. What about the World Bank, they ever get audited?

    Here is a mathmatical equation. There are more people globally than there are globalists. If I were a globalist ripping off the peasants for decades I would be nervous too. Can’t wait to watch the consequences…..can’t wait.

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  19. fred5678 says:

    How does Augustin Carstens manage to fly to these meetings? He can’t fit in First Class seats. Maybe a Mexican AF C130 — in the rear in a cargo net??

    If he skipped just one meal a day, hunger would be wiped out in Mexico City.

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  20. Jeff says:

    Once you understand that the Bush Sr , Clinton , Bush Jr , and Obama administrations goals were to deliver a North American Union to the NWO it all become clear . And by DELIVER I mean open borders , offshore capital , Cloward & Piven , and trade deals that penalize America !

    Even the communist leader of Canada was placed their toward the goal of the North American Union .

    President Trump is simply negotiating in our NATIONAL INTEREST and not that of the NWO .

    While president Trump’s skills at negotiating are unsurpassed the simple FACT that finally someone is working FOR AMERICA has the globalist the opposition at disadvantage . The GLOBALISTS are not accustomed to a challenge to their “authority ” Like that chick in the HUNGER GAMES shooting an arrow at the OVERSEERS !!

    America is the GREAT CONSUMER !! That alone is a “YUGE ” negotiating point .

    ” If you want us to buy yours …you buy OURS ” it’s just that simple !

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  21. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    Wow! That many big banksters in one room! Excluding our Steve Mnuchin of course.

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  22. Bendix says:

    “Could choke off improving global growth”… Great!

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  23. scottmc37 says:

    Between the 2 pictures, they are an average person, twiggy and fatty. I dont like her politics, she has many ties to Chicago and Obama, the previous head was forced out under very suspicious circumstances, ( Following Strauss-Kahn’s arrest for sexual assault in New York….)

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  24. Southern Son says:

    WE, could not ask for a better Representative of Our Best Interest, than the BOSS!
    The Trump Effect is Feared, but more importantly, Respected!
    He doesn’t Play shell games with anyone.
    They Know he has a Great Hand, even though he doesn’t show it to ’em.
    And he does not Bluff.
    He Calls!
    America is being recognized openly, as The World Leader.
    And they know they better start gettin’ their act together.
    The bloom is off the ruse, as SD has said.

    MAGA Will Happen!
    Press ON!, President Trump!

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Buck Turgidson says:

    Lagarde absolutely creeps me out.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. Buck Turgidson says:

    Lagarde and Fat Bast**rd. What a nasty creepy evil duo.

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