Dear Mr. Geithner,
In view of the recent Bilderberg gathering on May 14-17, I have several, deep, concerns as to your loyalty to our nation, The United States of America (need I remind you), who you were in attendance to supposedly represent. However, after hearing of one of the main goals on the group's agenda and hearing your comments, not only agreeing with, but emphatically endorsing, I have deep concerns regarding your not only defending our nation's economy, but your level of integrity necessary in bringing our nation through this contrived collapse.
First, regarding your defending our nation's sovereignty. The Bilderberg agenda, and apparently yours, is to have not only the United States of America, but all nations of the world relinquish their sovereignty to the World Treasury Department, under the control of the International Monetary Fund. It might be mentioned that you were employed by the IMF from 2001 – 2004, a period in which you did not pay your income taxes. You stated that it was an oversight on your part. However, the IMF Employee Tax Manual, which you were given, specifically states your responsibility. In addition, IMF gave you quarterly wage statements for the specific purpose of calculating taxes. Then you were given year-end statements. Also, at the end of each year IMF employees are required to file what was known as an Annual Tax Allowance Request. Records show you received all of these documents. The IMF had what they called a “gross-up” policy in which they paid the employee the amount of taxes due.
At the end of the Tax Allowance Request were the words, “I hereby certify that all the information contained herein is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that I will pay the taxes for which I have received tax allowance payments from the Fund.” You signed the form. You accepted the allowance payment. Yet, you did NOT pay the tax! That, Mr. Geithner, is fraud! At the very least it is negligence, a trait that should not be involved with the finances of any family let alone an entire nation!
“Ordinary Americans, small business owners and community banks who did the right thing and played by the rules are suffering from the actions of those who took on too much risk.” These were your words to the Bilderberg group. A concern is you strongly advocated giving $Billions, nay $Trillions of taxpayer dollars to the likes of AIG, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs (all members of the Group of 30 of which you are also member), and others. In some cases they have used this money to buy up some of those who “played by the rules.” So again, Mr. Geithner, one must question your integrity. Evidently playing by the rules is not to be rewarded in your circles. So, you have mentioned “fairness” in your economic strategy, yet we have just seen where you have penalized that trait. Possibly giving money to those who played by the rules would enable more money to get into the hands of the citizens, rather than in the pockets of top executives, your 'buddies', of those who did not.
You also make a rather disconcerting statement, “The people of Europe and America will have suffered enough to embrace a World Treasury Department.” This statement makes one believe the present collapse of the economy has been manufactured in order to enable you to come forward as the “savior” with the World Treasury Department bailing us out. If this, in fact, was a contrived act how could it not be considered as a treasonous act? How could those involved in this act of treason not be considered traitors?
Alone the same vein, how could working toward a goal contrary to the sovereignty of a nation not be considered treason? Yet, you enthusiastically embrace the goal of having the United States of America relinquish sovereignty to the World Treasury Department.
Please explain, Mr. Geithner, how can I have confidence and trust in you when you have shown us your allegiance is not with us, the common citizen, but with the mega-financial world, even international interests?