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Phishing for Phools in the IMF/WB Annual Meeting 2016 - Part 1

Due to the continuing ostrich-playing, coupled with widespread toadyism which permeates Washington (by the omission of action of ALL the MAJOR PLAYERS up and down Pennsylvania Avenue, please see my previous blogs series entitled IMF/WB Spring Meetings 2016, Observations of a CSO Rep at the IMF/WB Spring Meetings 2016, starting with The IMF in Denial!); I will continue my scathing revue of the major, and minor players, which are maintaining a status quo of abuses of power and "let them eat cake" mentality within "This Town," in the following weeks as I cover the IMF/WB Annual Meetings 2016.
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