Soros' Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) Bretton Woods Conference
From April 8 - 11, INET's second annual conference addressed global economic crisis aftershocks, as part of a wide-ranging effort to "engage the larger European Union, as well as the emerging economies of Eastern Europe, Latin America and Asia" to accept Soros' New World Order ideas.
Aiming to "inspir(e) and provok(e) new economic thinking," over 200 academics, business and government leaders (many with direct ties to him) attended, including INET's Soros and Robert Johnson, UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Paul Volker, Larry Summers, Joseph Stiglitz, Kenneth Rogoff, Jeffrey Sachs (whose shock therapy poison helped wreck post-Soviet Russia and Eastern Europe), Carmen Reinhart from the (Pete) Peterson Institute for International Economics, the Bank of England's Andy Haldane, Henry Kaufman, and other New World Order elitists, plotting new ways for global financial control and profits.
Topics discussed included:
-- The emerging economic and political order: what lies ahead?
-- Bretton Woods: what can we learn from the past in designing the future?
-- Getting back on track: macroeconomic management after a financial crisis.
-- Sovereignty and institutional design in the global age: the global market and the nation states.