U.S. manipulation of world finance

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Wall Street' financial terrorism: new weapons, same old imperialism
By Bob Djurdjevic, Chronicles, [5 December, 1997]. Parallels between the British Empire and the New World Order Empire are striking. It's just that the British crown relied on brute force to achieve its objectives, while the NWO elite mostly use financial terrorism.
Bailout of the Kremlin: How U.S. Pressed the I.M.F.
By Michael R. Gordon and David E. Sanger, The New York Times, 17 July 1998. This week, in a complete reversal, the I.M.F. and the Russian government announced a bailout package that will inject $17.1 billion in new loans to the beleaguered nation over the next 18 months. it buys time for what U.S. officials believe is the most reform-minded government in Russia in years.
The Globalizer Who Came In From the Cold
By Greg Palast, The Observer, 10 October 2001. A conversation between Greg Palast, reporter, and Joseph E. Stiglitz, the World Banks former Chief Economist. His accusations are eye-popping—including how the IMF and US Treasury fixed the Russian elections.
Duck, Duck, Goose: Financing the War, Financing the World
By Standard Shaeffer, 23 April 2003. Interview with Michael Hudson, author of Super Imperialism. Now that even the LA Times has begun to show a modicum of willingness to discuss US foreign policy in terms of a potential imperialism, it has become clear that those on the right have avoided this debate so far only by sticking to the strictest, most out-dated notion of empire.