The Coronavirus pandemic can offer lessons about global coordination and that we should seek more join-up Global thinking on the subject according to a recent speech by Globalist politician Tony Blair.
Speaking at a live-streamed event that was hosted by the Progressive Policy Institute and the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, Tony Blair described the outbreak as a tough crisis that will damage countries health care systems economies.
Now in a shocking move, his co-creator of New Labour Gordon Brown has called for even more drastic action turning the Blairite project into reality.
Gordon Brown has asked world leaders to form a temporary form of global government to tackle the twin medical economic crisis caused by the COVID 19 pandemic.
He said there was a need for a task force comprising world leaders, health experts and the heads of the international organisations that would have executive powers to coordinate the response.
A virtual meeting of the G20 group of developed and developing countries, chaired by Saudi Arabia, will be held, but Gordon Brown stated it would have been better to have also included the UN security council.
This is not something that can be dealt with in one country, there has to be a harmonised global response.
Gordon Brown said the current crisis was different from that of 2008:
“That was an economic problem that had economic causes and had an economic solution.
This is first and foremost a medical emergency and there has to be joint action to deal with that. But the more you intervene to deal with the medical emergency, the more you put economies at risk.”
During the financial crisis, Gordon Brown persuaded other global leaders of the need to bail out the banks and then hosted a meeting of the G20 in London, which came up with a $1.1 trillion rescue package.
Gordon Brown said his Global Government would have two aims which were the effort to find a vaccine, and to organise production, purchasing and to stop profiteering.
Many countries have announced economic packages, but Gordon Brown said a task force could make sure the aims of central banks were coordinated, take measures to stop the record flight of capital from emerging market economies, and agree on a joint approach to the use of government spending to promote growth.
Gordon Brown said there had been resistance in 2008 to using the G20 as a means for tackling the financial crisis, but that it should be clear to world leaders that there was no chance of a go it alone approach working.
He said: “We need some sort of working executive. If I were doing it again, I would make the G20 a broader organisation because in the current circumstances you need to listen to the countries that are most affected, the countries that are making a difference and countries where there is the potential for a massive number of people to be affected – such as those in Africa.”
He maintains that The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund needed a huge improvement in their budgets to cope with the impact of the crisis on low and middle-class countries.
It seems as if they simply want to be seen as the hero’s but it would be the UK taxpayer that would be paying for this approach, and we will have enough to pay for, rather than attempting to save the rest of the world.
These two are rich millionaires living in the lap of luxury, and they want you to pay for the healthcare of other countries and then that will be handed down to your children and grandchildren.
Note they don’t say anything about the sick and dying here!
These are the globalist that we elected, then we pay their salaries, and it seems they only worry about people in other countries and they want your money to massage their ego and shine their moral compass at your expense – self-interest masquerading as Altruism.