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FINE DINING; (CARVING UP THE WORLD) IN ST. MORITZ, SWITZERLAND: THE BILDERBERG AGENDA REVEALED

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
June 8, 2011

Alex Jones and Infowars.com have received inside information regarding the Bilderberg agenda now unfolding in the idyllic Swiss countryside.


According to AFP journalist and legendary Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker’s inside sources, the agenda now under review includes a number of critical issues at the top of the elite’s to-do list. These breakdown as follows:

The elite are concerned that the American Congress may soon turn against the illegal and immoral invasion under humanitarian cover by NATO and the UN against the north African dictator Moammar Gaddafi.

As columnist Patrick Buchanan noted yesterday, Congress is rising in opposition to bogus wars launched by the executive branch in violation of the Constitution.

“Last week, House Speaker John Boehner had to scramble to cobble up a substitute resolution to prevent half his GOP caucus from joining with Democrats to denounce President Obama’s war in Libya as unconstitutional and to demand a total U.…

PRODUCTORES Y EXPORTADORES DE MANGO EN ZONA DE COLIMA SE PREPARAN PARA "ADRIAN"

CLIMA|Provoca olas de hasta cuatro metros de altura "Adrián" se eleva a categoría 4 frente al Pacífico mexicano El primer huracán de la temporada en el Pacífico se ubicaba a las 22.00 hora local a 515 kilómetros al sur de Manzanillo, en el occidental estado mexicano de Colima, con vientos máximos de 220 kilómetros por hora y rachas de 270 kilómetros. Está a 515 kilómetros al sur del puerto de Manzanillo (AFP)

AS OF 9:31 PM (PACIFIC COAST USA) STATUS OF "ADRIAN"...

WHO VOTES AT THE IMF: NOW DO YOU UNDERSTAND WHO RUNS THE WORLD???

Members' quotas and voting power, and board of governors (Note: Voting shares before the changes made on October, 2010)

IMF member countryQuota: millions of SDRsQuota: percentage of totalGovernorAlternative GovernorVotes: numberVotes: percentage of total
United States 37,149.3 17.09 Timothy GeithnerBen Bernanke371,743 16.74
Japan 13,312.8 6.12 Yoshihiko NodaMasaaki Shirakawa 133,378 6.01
Germany 13,008.2 5.98 Jens WeidmannWolfgang Schäuble 130,332 5.87
France 10,738.5 4.94 Christine LagardeChristian Noyer 107,635 4.85
United Kingdom 10,738.5 4.94 George OsborneMervyn King 107,635 4.85
China 8,090.1 4.42 Zhou XiaochuanYi Gang 81,151 3.65
Italy 7,055.5 3.24 Giulio TremontiMario Draghi 70,805 3.19
Saudi Arabia 6,985.5 3.21 Ibrahim A. Al-AssafHamad Al-Sayari 70,105 3.16
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FROM THE ECONOMIST: USA AND IMF STILL DRIVE GLOBAL ECONOMIC POLICY

Business this week


Jun 9th 2011 | from the print edition





Ben Bernanke gave warning that “monetary policy cannot be a panacea” for America’s economy, a sign taken by many that the Federal Reserve is not minded to introduce a third round of quantitative easing, or QE3, when the current programme of buying $600 billion in bonds and other assets comes to an end this month. The central bank’s chairman acknowledged that the recovery was “frustratingly slow”. Just 54,000 jobs were created in May; analysts were expecting the number to be around 165,000. See article


In an annual report to Congress the Treasury estimated that America’s total public debt will exceed GDP by the end of this year, around three years earlier than forecast in its previous report in 2010.

Peter Diamond pulled out of the nomination process to become a governor on the board of the Federal Reserve, blaming Republican senators for blocking his appointment. Barack Obama nominated Mr Diamond in April 2010, but Republicans i…

DON'T EVER UNDERSTIMATE THE POWER OF MOTHER NATURE ON GLOBAL MARKETS....CHINA & JAPAN BEGINNING TO CONTRACT...

By Michael Kitchen


LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- China's growth in exports slowed in May, while the rise in imports accelerated, according to data out Friday. 
Exports rose 19.4% from a year earlier, easing sharply from 29.9% in April, the General Administration of Customs reported. 
The result was below expectations for a 20.4% gain, according to a Dow Jones Newswires survey of economists. 
Imports climbed 28.4%, faster than April's 21.8% and above expectations for a 22% gain. 
However, the trade surplus widened to $13.05 billion from April's $11.4 billion, although this was well below the average projection for a $18.6 billion surplus, according to the Dow Jones survey.
http://www.marketwatch.com/story/china-export-growth-slows-but-trade-surplus-wider-2011-06-09

DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE OF THE USA SHOWS THAT MANGO CONSUMERS WILL CONTINUE TO BE IMPORTED ALONG WITH MANGOES THAT THEY WILL CONSUME...

Demographics of the United States
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


The 2010 U.S. Census reported 308,745,538 residents,[1] making the United States the third most populous country in the world. 
It is a very urbanized population, with 82% residing in cities and suburbs as of 2008 (the worldwide urban rate is 50.5%[2]). 
This leaves vast expanses of the country nearly uninhabited.[3]
California and Texas are the most populous states,[4] as the mean center of United States population has consistently shifted westward and southward.[5]New York City is the most populous city in the United States.[6]

The total fertility rate in the United States estimated for 2009 is 2.01 children per woman, which is below the sub-replacement fertility threshold of 2.1.[9]
However, U.S. population growth is among the highest in industrialized countries,[10] since the vast majority of these have below-replacement fertility rates and the U.S. has higher levels of immigration.[11][12]
The United States Censu…

VOLUME ON TRACK TO HIT 100 MILLION (4KG) CARTONS IN 2011

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California




June 09, 2011




Volume imported to date for 2011, is running about 20% over last season.


Total imports year to date for 2010 as of this time last year were: 39,334,353 (4hg) cartons.


As of June 07 2011 (USDA reports run about 2 days late) are at 50,666,363 (4kg) cartons for 2011.


Last years total imports figure was: 81,541,169 (4kg) cartons.


The volume from Mexico is just around the corner.


Last year (2010) Mexico shipped 34,559,641 cartons from the period of June 09 through September 30, 2010.


Total imports from June 09, 2010 through year end were: 44,103,394 cartons. On this data alone we are near the magic number....


Add to this the fact that last year was an off year for Peru and they shipped over 12,000,000 cartons to USA, without counting the roughly 16,000,000 cartons that Brazil and Ecuador shipped last season they numbers are conspiring to make the 100 million carton mark very reachable this year.


Sour…

USA IMPORTS OF MANGO SET TO HIT 100 MILLION (4KG) CARTONS THIS YEAR

U.S. Import Volume Per Week

Weekly report for date range: January 1, 2011 through June 9, 2011
Export to Excel

Commodity NameWeek EndingPoundsBoxes of 8.8 lbsMANGOS01/01/20113,982,258452,529MANGOS01/08/20119,535,2341,083,549MANGOS01/15/20118,433,286958,328MANGOS01/22/20115,716,532649,606MANGOS01/29/201112,721,5851,445,635MANGOS02/05/201113,498,9261,533,969MANGOS02/12/201113,481,2381,531,959MANGOS02/19/201119,734,0242,242,503MANGOS02/26/201123,883,7632,714,064MANGOS03/05/20116,390,200726,159MANGOS03/12/201115,043,5951,709,499MANGOS03/19/201120,308,4822,307,782MANGOS03/26/201128,089,5323,191,992MANGOS04/02/201121,838,7702,481,678MANGOS04/09/201120,885,8852,373,396MANGOS04/16/2011

HILLARY CLINTON TO HEAD UP WORLD BANK ?....INSIDERS SAY YES...

Hillary Clinton interested in becoming head of World Bank?
Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama's Secretary of State, has been in discussions with the White House about stepping down from her foreign policy job next year to becoming head of the World Bank, it has been reported.

Hillary Clinton: Could she be interested in becoming head of the World Bank? Photo: AFP/Getty Images



By Toby Harnden, Washington

10:24PM BST 09 Jun 2011



Mrs Clinton, the former First Lady, Senator for New York and rival to Mr Obama in the 2008 Democratic primary race, is said to be eager to become the first female president of the World Bank should the post become vacant next year.


"Hillary Clinton wants the job," a source close to Mrs Clinton told Reuters, which broke the news of the possible move.


Robert Zoellick, a former Bush administration official, is believed to be ready to step down as president at the end of his term in the middle of next year.


Mrs Clinton has made clear she does not w…

WORLD'S MOST PRIVATE CONFERENCE SET TO TAKE PLACE AT SAN MORITZ, SWITZERLAND...

Rich, Famous and Powerful Converge at Bilderberg
Published: Thursday, 9 Jun 2011 | 4:29 AM ET

By: Peter Guest
Web Producer, CNBC.com




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Dominique Strauss-Kahn, naturally, isn't attending this year, and his likely successor Christine Lagarde is in China, but the Bilderberg Conference which kicks off in the Swiss resort of St. Moritz on Thursday retains its conspiratorial chic and pulling power.




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The attendee list of Bilderberg is still pretty much the only thing that is not a closely guarded secret, as 120 of the world's richest and most powerful people meet behind closed doors, this time at the Suvretta House hotel  in Switzerland, a venue which not only boasts a "fairytale castle" design, but also its own "Teddy World."

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne are known to have attended in the past, although it seems unlikely that either will attend this week.

A spokesperson …

PAKISTAN NEGOTIATORS CATCH JAPANESE DELEGATION "OFF GUARD" WITH NEWS OF MANGO EXPORTS...

Mango diplomacy of another kind!

Friendly Fire

Khalid Saleem

A recent news item, datelined Karachi, informs all and sundry that ‘mango diplomacy’ has kicked off in ‘circles of politicians, bureaucrats, business community and landlords of Sindh’. 
The item goes on to educate the uninitiated on the penchant of politicians landlords for gifting mangoes from their special orchards in the interest of public relations.

It is good to know that mango diplomacy is alive and thriving in this blessed land despite the mess we are all in. 
But, what prompts one to write is mango diplomacy of another genre. 
As a nation we are understandably proud of our mangoes. 
Pakistani mangoes, we believe, are nature’s gift to mankind. 
It hurts our collective ego, therefore, to find that there are nations – and friendly nations at that – who are deprived of the pleasure of enjoying this exquisite fruit.

To correct this anomaly is quite high up on our list of priorities. 
Trying to export mangoes to the unlikelies…