Project Fear

MAY 27, 2016
by:  Robin Harding in Ise, Japan
G7 leaders warned on Friday that a British vote to leave the EU next month would seriously threaten the world economy, as they promised a more forceful policies to boost global growth but papered over differences about fiscal stimulus.
There are potential shocks of a non-economic origin, the leaders said in a declaration issued during their summit in Ise-Shima, central Japan. A UK exit from the EU would reverse the trend towards greater global trade and investment, and the jobs they create, and is a further serious risk to growth.
Japanese Prime minister Shinzo Abe came into the summit determined to win support for stimulus. He failed to move Britain or Germany but hasraised a G7 alarm about weak global demand.
The summit is unlikely to change economic policy except in Japan, where Mr Abe is set to use it as reason to postpone a rise in consumption tax from 8 per cent to 10 per cent scheduled for next spring.
Global growth is our urgent priority, said the communique agreed by the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US.
Taking into account country-specific circumstances, we commit to strengthening our economic policy responses and to employing a more forceful and balanced policy mix, in order to swiftly achieve a strong, sustainable and balanced growth pattern.
The language allows Mr Abe to claim that he moved the G7 forwards on stimulus without committing any country to a particular policy. Germany and the UK remain firmly opposed to fiscal stimulus.
G7 drafters masters at the art of creating apparent agreement where none exists played a timing game on the state of the world economy, saying that since we last met downside risks to the global outlook have increased.
Since the G7 last met in spring 2015, before China's slowdown became apparent, that is accurate. However, it obscures what is widely regarded as better economic news since G20 finance ministers met in Shanghai in February.
While not mentioning China directly, the G7 also warned against dumping of steel on world markets at prices below cost. We recognise that global excess capacity in industrial sectors, especially steel, is a pressing structural challenge to be urgently addressed through elimination of market distorting measures, they said.
On security and China's construction of islands in the South China Sea, the communique was low-key, calling on nations to refrain from forcing or coercion in pushing their territorial claims, and to respect freedom of navigation and international law.
We are concerned about the situation in the East and South China Seas, and emphasise the fundamental importance of peaceful management and settlement of disputes,” says the communique.
China yesterday warned the G7 to restrict itself to economic matters and not escalate tensions over the South and East China Seas. Japan and the US have been pushing the European members of the G7, which have less at stake in the Pacific, to take a firm line.
Sessions at the summit continued on Friday morning, with press conferences by several leaders scheduled for around 2pm in Japan. By mid afternoon, Mr Abe and Barack Obama are scheduled to leave for Hiroshima, where the US president will make a historic visit to a memorial to the atomic bombing of 1945.


In less than a month the people of the United Kingdom which includes England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland will vote on whether or not to leave the European Union.

The primary purpose of the EU was economic.  Before the EU each country had its own business laws and tax laws.  With the formation of the Union all business laws became more or less uniform making it easier and more profitable for Judeo-Capitalists to do business internationally in Europe.

It has also being used to destroy White autonomy and majority in our own lands.  If the EU does not dissolve, we are looking at extinction for our people in our own lands at the hands of foreign invaders.
It seems that the Judeo-Capitalists are really worried, which is why they have started a fear campaign predicting economic doom and disaster if they leave.  It is a real possibility that the UK will leave.  The new Austrian president has also vowed to get Austria out of the EU. If that happens Germany will probably do likewise the moment that traitor Merkel is out of office.  If that happens the EU is dead.  If it doesn't, we are.
If the UK votes to leave the EU in three weeks, our Folk have a chance to survive.  If it does not, I very much fear it will mean our race's death warrant.  Those of us who survive will become like the Jew used to be:  A people without a homeland.  Without a homeland as a common bond, that will spell the end for us.
The EU was a big step towards a "one world government".  This is just what the Judeo-Capitalists and ZOG want.  That would give them greater control over the people, and a means of eliminating the greatest threat to multi-culturalism - the White Race - without actually having to go out and kill us directly.  A "Brexit" would be a major set back for them.
I have no doubt that there may be some economic difficulties if the UK does leave. However, I believe that they will weather any economic storms that may result.  In the end, they will be stronger and better off than they were with the Union.  They will be GREAT Britain once again.

Dan 88!