Thursday, September 24, 2009

Free-Market Alternative To G-20

Joan Veon's comment about everyone being in debt to central bankers is accurate. We have mortgaged our economic future to a group of private bankers.

Conservatives chime in on global money ills in G-20 precursor
By Mike Wereschagin
Wednesday, September 23, 2009


"You don't have to be a socialist to be concerned about the G-20," said Thomas Woods, one of three speakers at Freedom Conference 2009, a conservative forum billed as a "free-market alternative to the G-20."

"The countries of the world owe the banks 67 percent of their GDP," said Joan Veon, founder of the Women's International Media Group and another speaker. "This is what we call world government."