The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Economic Crisis Report
Poverty, hunger and instability are not consequences of a polarized world, but the result of policies implemented by industrialists and bankers to force the poor to live in misery.
Eradicating poverty and misery is cheaper than maintaining it. This reality is well-known by those in power. Yet, year in and year out, the ‘governors’ of the international financial syndicate refuse to put an end to endemic poverty worldwide, even though they have tools and the skills to do so.
While everyone expects that new, creative and innovative ways to solve poverty come out of gatherings such as Davos and the Bilderberg Group meetings, it is really hard to see how the ‘governors’ would want to do just that.
The gathering at Bretton Woods back in 1944 allowed 730 delegates from all 44 Allied nations to plan their vision of the world to come.
The ‘governors’ laid out very clearlypost was originally published on this site