IMF Warns Italy To Remain In European Union


FILE - In this Monday, Dec. 19, 2016, file photo, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde makes a statement at a news conference, in Washington. On Monday, Jan. 16, 2017, the IMF releases its latest forecast for the world economy. (ANSA/AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)

The wave of nationalism that has risen and taken over former strongholds of the globalist agenda has caught the interest and raised concern with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Since 2016, a balance of power appears to have shifted from the formerly predominant Left to the surging Right. This has concerned the IMF which has resorted to veil threats and painting doomsday scenarios.

The IMF has expressed concern over Brexit and plans to undermine the move even though the decision won the mandate of the British voters:

“A large and complex financial system exposes the United Kingdom and the global economy to risks associated with the transition to a new state of play. There are also policy uncertainties related to newly elected governments in major European countries.”

The IMF is apparently referring to the changing political landscape in Italy. The Five Star Movement and the League are planning to lay down a powerful nationalist coalition that will render the globalists powerless in Italy.

The group’s campaign is predicated on becoming the largest anti-globalist organization, Euroskeptic and majority ruling body in power. Five Star’s leader Luigi Di Maio has made their intentions clear and plans to follow the route paved by the United Kingdom: Leave the European Union:

“Leaving the European Union means less troika, less tax, more investments, and more energy. We want a triumphing democracy.”

Di Maio, like other nationalist leaders, has grown weary of the globalist agenda. He believes the leaders have failed the people’s mandate by prioritizing the needs of refugees instead of their own. Globalists have exposed the country to various risks: economic, employment, cultural, social, and have compromised peace and order.

The IMF has acknowledged that the popularity of nationalism has seriously impacted the growth of globalism. Di Maio’s victory as the new Prime Minister of Italy will deal a serious blow to the IMF’s agenda:

“Support for globalism has weakened in the U.S. and parts of Europe.”

The IMF is on a campaign to get all European countries to remain in the EU. The organization wants to continue the policy of bringing third- world immigrants from predominantly Muslim countries into Europe.

Why? This is the IMF’s way of hampering the growth, independence and sovereignty of nations. The IMF wants countries to be subservient to its will by establishing greater and widespread bureaucracy the world over.

The IMF has continued to distribute propaganda statements that push more countries to borrow and avail of usurious lending terms:

“With economic prospects continuing to improve in the short- term but medium-term prospects less bright, policymakers should seize the moment to rebuild room for fiscal maneuver and push forward with the reforms to boost growth potential.”

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