Why does the IMF need the whole world injected?

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“This year, next year, vaccine policy “IS” economic policy, and it is even a higher priority than the traditional tools of fiscal and monetary policy. Why? Because without it, we cannot turn the fate of the world economy around.” ~ Kristalina Georgieva, Head of the IMF since its inception in 1944.

“Vaccine policy is Economic policy.

IMF Managing Director, Kristalina Georgieva

IMF Twitter (18 Apr 2021) | IMF YouTube (9 Apr 2021 – Her comments at 10min 18sec) | Rumble-Mirror

See full Debate: IMF Seminar: Debate on the Global Economy

Kristalina Georgieva is the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). She is the first person from an emerging market economy to lead the IMF since its inception in 1944. Before joining the Fund, Ms. Georgieva was Chief Executive Officer of the World Bank and also served as Interim President for a time. Previously, she served at the European Commission as Vice President for Budget and Human Resources – and as Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response. (01)

“… between now and 2025, we will add 9 trillion dollars to global output if everybody’s vaccinated faster, and the other interesting piece of this is 60% will go to the developing and emerging market economies, 40% of the benefit will go to advanced economies, and that will translate into 1 trillion dollars additional tax-revenues in advanced economies. I cannot think of a better value for money, this and next year, than investing in accelerated vaccinations…”

“First – Vaccinate the World”

IMF Managing Director, Kristalina Georgieva

6 Oct 2021 IMF YouTube (Watch from 3min mark if you are short on time)

Overcoming Divides and Removing Obstacles to Recovery | Speech by Kristalina Georgieva, IMF

Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva discussed the outlook of the global economy and policy priorities. The IMF expects global growth to moderate slightly this year, while risks and obstacles to recovery have become more pronounced.

WHY would the IMF chief say the number one priority is “Vaccine” policy?

“Straight away, that tells you that there is a deep connection here between the “Vaccination Agenda” and what is going on in terms of International Finance”. ~ David A. Hughes: Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Lincoln in the UK.

Have they really drunk the Kool-Aid and think that these mRNA/DNA experimental injections are “saving lives”? Or is there another agenda at play here…

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