(Image: I am Rothschild, the world is mine. MWHAHAHA!)So, finance ministers now squeal about free trade (you know, AFTER the bailouts and 'stimulus' money printing in America, over here and throughout Europe.) And of course, it has nothing to do with protecting freedom. Seems the only form of market restrictions they can't bear is protectionism...because, of course, that represents the power of national sovereignty - the very thing the globalists have been undermining since WWI and the League of Nations.
We didn't hear anything about free trade 300 years ago when the Bank of England, the first modern central bank, was created. We didn't hear anything when bankers caused the Panic of 1907 then set up the Federal Reserve in the US in 1913. We didn't hear anything when the 1929 Wall Street crash was engineered and Hitler later rose to power in 1933. We didn't hear anything when the World Bank and the IMF were formed and began enslaving the world with debt. We didn't hear anything when gold standards were removed (Britain 1931, America 1971 when Bretton Woods collapsed). And we didn't hear anything when the recent corporatist bailouts and 'injections of capital' went straight to the banks with no transparency.
So why are the elites bringing up the free trade argument now? Well, it has nothing to do with free trade, as seen above. It instead has everything to do with crushing protectionism - which is national sovereignty taking a stand against globalism.
But, of course, the G7 nations have so little national sovereignty left, they cannot even look out for themselves during a depression, if the bankers say they can't.