Monday, July 9, 2012
Prominent Bilderberg Insider Injected Into IMF Race At Last Minute
Will kingmaker power group work its dark magic once more?
Following the annual Bilderberg meeting in St. Moritz Switzerland this weekend, a prominent attendee to the elitist gathering has been entered into the race to become the IMF head at the eleventh hour.
Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer, an insider favourite of Bilderberg and multiple time attendee, announced his intention to bid to become the replacement managing director of the IMF, taking the position previously held by Dominique Strauss-Kahn, himself a former Bilderberg attendee.
Fischer, a dual US/Israeli citizen, entered into the race on Saturday, the day after the official close of nominations on Friday. However, due to an investigation into a major cyber attack on the IMF, the process was delayed and Fischer’s entry was accepted.