The Person Behind the Push
In an additional wrinkle to this story, Ellen Brown of the Sky Valley Media Group on August 20 reported that once President Obama had signed the new agreement into law, the person who “personally led the push for a U.S. downgrade" was Standard and Poor’s CEO, Deven Sharma. She quotes writers from an assortment of news outlets who believe that Sharma for a few years now has been working to bring about a new world economic order, one in which the United States holds no more sway than any other country.
Sharma wields significant influence as a “key contributor" at the elite Bilderberg Conference, an annual summit of world financial leaders who meet for the sole purpose of discussing global financial issues. It was at the 2009 meeting that Sharma advocated “an end to the dollar as the global reserve currency."
Those curious about what happens at Bilderberg can read the words of one of its founders in a series for London’s The Guardian written by Jon Ronson. In 2001, this key person explained, “To state that we were striving for a one-world government is exaggerated, but not wholly unfair…We felt that a single community throughout the whole world would be a good thing."
Are you kidding me? The flower children of the '60s tried the same type of thing. A weirdo named Charles Manson went a different route, also to attain a specific world order. Neither of those ventures worked out very well, thank goodness. Maybe Sharma sees our nation’s downfall as a way to launch his own personal global financial agenda or maybe he just doesn’t like this country.
There’s also the matter of the $2 trillion error committed by Standard and Poor's when it was going over the United States’ numbers in preparation for the downgrade. When the error was brought to S&P’s attention, the company refused to budge. “Oh, that little error," S&P more or less said , “Well, we just don’t like how your congressmen get along, so we’re going to downgrade the USA anyway." What’s up with that?