David Cameron Vladimir Putin
Was there an election you and I missed?
Who are these Presidents in political power above The President Of the United States Of America?
David Cameron is the President of the G8 for 2013.
Vladimir Putin is the President of the G20 for 2013.
While questions about Barrack Obamas’ eligibility, qualifications and legitimacy to serve as President Of The United States have yet to be addressed, investigated and verified by any impartial group, who authorized David Cameron and Vladimir Putin to dictate to The President Of The United States, as well as Congress and The American People?
“The G8, otherwise known as the Group of Eight, is an assembly of world leaders who meet annually to discuss global issues. Each year, the G8 holds a Leaders’ Summit, in which Heads of State and Government of member countries meet to discuss and attempt to reconcile global issues. Although the G8 is best known for its annual summits, it works throughout the year to tackle important contemporary topics such as the economy and climate change. The G8 discusses and creates global policies. However, adherence to these policies is not obligatory, and other countries can decide whether or not to obey.
Member countries take turns to host the annual G8 Leaders’ Summit and to hold the G8 presidency. The host country sets out an agenda for the summit, as well as planning meetings and discussion groups. It is also its responsibility to organize security for the summit. “ (source g8.co.uk)
What is the G20?
“The Group of Twenty (G20) is the premier forum for international cooperation on the most important issues of the global economic and financial agenda.
The objectives of the G20 refer to:
1. Policy coordination between its members in order to achieve global economic stability, sustainable growth;
2. Promoting financial regulations that reduce risks and prevent future financial crises;
3. Modernizing international financial architecture.
The G20 brings together finance ministers and central bank governors from 19 countries: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States of America plus the European Union, which is represented by the President of the European Council and by Head of the European Central Bank.
The G20 was formally established in September 1999 when finance ministers and central bank governors of seven major industrial countries (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States) met in Washington, D.C. in the aftermath of the financial crisis of 1997-1998, which revealed the vulnerability of the international financial system in context of economic globalization and showed that key developing countries were insufficiently involved in discussions and decisions concerning global economic issues.” (source g20.org)
So, the G8 and G20 Presidents create The Agenda.
Then, after discussion these groups create Global Policies and the follow up Policy Coordination.
What is the Agenda for 2013?
In January 2013 the UK assumed the one-year Presidency of the G8. Leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, USA and UK will meet at Lough Erne in Northern Ireland for the G8 Summit 17-18 June. Prime Minister David Cameron is determined to use the UK’s G8 Presidency to achieve change on three key issues:
- advancing trade
- ensuring tax compliance
- promoting greater transparency
…Britain and America stand for a better way. We have a precious opportunity to transform the global economy—not by less openness and less free trade, but by more. And we must do everything possible to seize it.
…we need global rules that prevent tax evasion and aggressive avoidance, and enable governments to collect the taxes they are owed.
… we must all work harder to secure and fully implement the new standard that will see oil, gas and mining companies reporting project by project payments across the world without exception. (source gov.uk)
Isn’t it ironic that shortly after our leaders rubber stamp the g8 and g20 policies in june, millions of Americans will celebrate Independence Day on The Fourth Of July?