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WATCH: Saint Lucia, African Export-Import Bank Discuss Development Financing & Trade


The Government of Saint Lucia and the African Export–Import Bank (Afreximbank) have begun dialogue with a view to exploring mutual opportunities in the areas of development financing, trade and export.

We hear more in this Rehani Isidore report:

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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  1. Here’s what I watched:

    On the one hand, I saw the proxy of the World Bank & IMF, Benedict (a quite appropriate first name – I’m thinking Benedict Arnold, the traitor) Oramah of the African Export–Import Bank, desperately shilling for his masters. The ‘non-aligned nations’ have wearied of decades of predatory lending, and so are cutting win-win development deals with China, instead. This is having a debilitating effect on the empire of lies; so they’ve contracted Oramah to be the grinning black face used to forestall the decline of their economic hegemony in Africa & the Caribbean.

    On the other hand, I saw a book-smart (theory trumping reality) pip-squeak of an economist, pretending to be a statesman, but publicly falling back to his true level of achievement, as the perennial lead mendicant of a resource-poor small-island state; the only thing that his training as a economist prepared him for.

    Both parties are clueless dupes which the empire of lies has enlisted to stop the steady (only because Russia & China want to avoid world sudden, catastrophic economic collapse) de-dollarization that has been in effect since the appearances of Thatcher & Reagan on the world stage. Economists Radhika Desai & Michael Hudson explain multipolarity, and the decline of US hegemony, here:


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