Talk:International Monetary Fund

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removed from the main article, pending substantiation of claims made and evidence of "an incorporated United States government" and/or "US Inc.":

National debt was transferred to an incorporated United States government and was "quit-claimed into the newly formed International Monetary Fund ... in exchange for the power allowing US Inc.'s President the right of naming (seating and controlling) the governors and general managers of the International Monetary Fund, The World Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the Inter-American Bank also formed in that agreement (codified at United States Code Title 22 § 286).

It must be noted that this act created an unlawful conflict of interest between US Inc. (with its new foreign owner) and its purpose of carrying out the business needs of the national government. This is the cause of our use of the term original-jurisdiction government. With the new foreign owner of US Inc. a conflict of interest is created between the national government and US Inc., even though the contracted purpose of US Inc. has not changed on its face."[1]

Note that the IMF article contains considerable documentation based solely on the book by Joseph Stiglitz, Globalisation and its Discontents, Penguin Books, 2002. Previous documentation, information, and commentary have been removed. Artificial Intelligence 09:36, 6 Jan 2006 (EST)