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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Wiki Releases Secret IMF Training Video

G7 Leaders? Agree to No Action...
"we need to review the IMF Training Video"

Wiki Releases Secret IMF Training Video

How bankers learn to multiply? Explains Financial Crisis


"Never in the course of financial conflict have so many, done so little, for the utter misery of so many more” a former Prime Minister

True, austerity is arithmetic; which is the simplest form of mathematics. Still its secrets remain beyond the comprehension of most governments and central banks. The short equation goes like this: austerity plus austerity equals more austerity; until matters are so austere; that there is little left to be austere about. There are so many finance officials who are good students of this formula..

Recently, we were able to acquire a training film for finance ministers and central bankers, which explains the advanced wonders of multiplication. This timely evidence reflects to large measure why nations now face their very grim prospects of circumstance. This training film we understand is used extensively amoung government and elected officials, so that everyone is on the same page and up to speed with these most advanced arithmetical concepts. These were allegedly devised by Wall Street derivative specialists.

So it is with great fortune that we are able to exclusively release this behind the scenes insight into the workings of high government finance. At the same time, we hope all are encouraged by the great strides being made in the field of advanced arithmetic. That these new developments will spur creativity in accounting, finance and economics to new frontiers in the measures of applied austerity.

So in closing we again reflect on Churchill's wise words, “a joke is a very serious thing"

First Financial Insights Inc.
Toronto ON.
September 3, 2011


*Also we suggest listening  to recent remarks from our Chief Economist below.*

 Modern Studies for Advanced Bankers' Arithmetic

Above comments and video published New York Times,September 3,2011

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