Somewhere on the Eastside, NYC. January 27, 2017. A location cloaked by plausible deniability. Nobody was there, except for maybe Richard Haas. Conversation unrecorded, reported orally. The President at the moment is meeting with the British Prime Minister.
A: Wish Henry was here.
B: He’s in Switzerland, getting another transfusion.
C: How should we handle this? Bilateral agreements!! Back to the 19th century?
A: Next thing you know the UN will go the way of the League of Nations.
D: We still have the central banks.
E: Not enough, we have to get the trade agreements back in place.
B: China can’t lead it, it’s ready to blow. Japan and Britain are jumping ship.
D: How about an Anglo-American Empire?
A: Too long term if Trump’s hobbits get used to this.
C: Gentlemen, let’s think rationally here. Global management will never prevail if Trump succeeds.
B: What if we pull the plug on QE worldwide?
A: Who will get the blame? If the markets crash and credit dries up and millions lose their jobs four months into this, will the public buy that it’s Trump’s fault?
C: We can get the MSM to have a field day on this, day after day. Hurting people need someone to blame.
B: We have the World Bank and the IMF to bail out the world, special drawing rights, world currency.
C: With conditions, we can box our friend the President into a corner.
E: Crisis ameliorated. Good job Mr President for seeing reason and salvaging jobs and the economy, and agreeing to our terms.
A: The dollar will be pegged to the SDR currency.
D: Yes, same as the yen, the ruble, the euro and so on.
B: We won’t even need a TAP or a TPP, at least not all at once, The IMF will administer the recovery.
C: I think we’re on to something here