AVAKIAN: ARMENIA – “ONE WORLD” SLACERY
Armenia – “One World” Slavery
Friday, 30 September 2011 00:00
Ardavast Avakian, Boca Raton, Florida, U.S.A.
Armenia’s foreign debt for April 1, 2011 reached USD 3.382 billion.
Armenia owes the World Bank USD 1.305 billion which is 38.6 % of its
entire foreign debt. Armenia also owes to the different organizations
affiliated to the World Bank USD 1.19 billion and these figures show
that more than two thirds (2/3) of Armenia’s debt is to the World
Bank and its affiliated bodies.
Apart from World Bank, Armenia owes money to EBRD, OPEC, Asian
Development Bank, the International Foundation for Agriculture
Development, IMF and others. Armenia also owes Russia, Japan, Germany,
USA, and France.
Economic genocide has been committed against Armenia since the
declaration of its sovereignty from the Soviet system. The Application
of the International Financial Institutions (IFI) structural adjustment
programs that have been put in place favor the internationalism of
macro-economic policy under the direct control of the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank.
The IMF tightly monitors and provides resources for the reconstructing
of the Central Bank. This means that the IMF rather than the Armenian
Government controls money creation, and so, becomes the vehicle able
to paralyze the financing of real economic development. Incapable of
using domestic monetary policy to mobilize its internal resources,
the country becomes increasingly dependent on international sources
of funding which has the added consequence of increasing the level
of external indebtedness.
The Nobel Prize winner in economics, Joseph Stiglitz, was the chief
economist of the World Bank until 1999. He stated that, “National
leaders do not usually object to the sell off of state industries.
Instead, they use World Bank demands to silence local critics. The
10 percent commissions paid to local ministers seem to satisfy their
dreams of wealth. All they do is shave a few million off the price and
wire it to a Swiss bank account. The U.S. Government knows this.” Of
course, as long as the leaders of the country go along with the loan
agreements, they will finance their re-elections.
To put it simply: Armenia’s leaders must sell assets of the nation
in order to pay (only the interest) on the money they are borrowing
for running the government. It is under these conditions that Armenia
is not able to build its economy based upon its natural creativeness.
For 65 years Armenia did not have total control of its destiny under
the Soviet system. Now, after so-called freedom of over 20 years,
the International Financial Institutions (IFI) are in control
of its destiny. The only difference now, is that the population
is forced to leave the country, making it more vulnerable for
extinguishing the Armenian nation. That, of course, is the intent
of the internationalists. During the last years of the Soviet Union
there were slightly more than four million Armenians, and now, there
exists only about two million. The remaining populace is influenced
and contaminated by external social influences from the west, which
slowly affects the character of the nation. “One World Government”
is their goal. Nationalism is their only impediment.
Today, the Armenian government has borrowed such huge amounts of funds
from “one-world” banks that they will never be able to pay them back.
The reason the international banks are anxious to loan funds, is that
they can dictate to Armenia’s government its future and destiny. At
some point, very soon, the constitution of Armenia should state that
the government is forbidden to pay interest on foreign borrowed money.
There should not be another private entity such as the “Armenian
Central Bank,” which has tentacles with international world banks. The
Armenian Government should immediately begin printing their own money
and regulating its value relative to gold. Selling control of their
gold mines was a national criminal act. If there is any source of
gold left, they should immediately reclaim it with a parliamentary
authoritative edict stating, “that no mined gold can leave the
country.” It should be stored in vaults and under security of
It is most difficult for a small nation such as Armenia to withstand
one-world external forces that are harmful to its existence. One of
the predominant methods used to weaken Armenia is to eliminate its
sense of nationalism. This is done by contaminating the nation’s
culture, the usage of money to create greed of its leaders, stagnate
its economy in order to depopulate the nation, destroy its Christian
religion by the introduction of cults, atheism, new age movements,
world religion, homosexuality and immorality.
At this time it would be most wise and prudent for the Armenian
Parliament (with free, total authority) to decide printing its
own currency for circulation to the populace, while concurrently
reducing the burden of debt created by borrowing from the thievery
of international banking institutions.
Armenia must be the master of its own wealth.