The Kahn rape case is indicative of divisions developing within the global financial elites, dr. Paul Craig Roberts says in an interview with Alex Jones. Kahn was obviously set up to be taken off the scene, one of the reasons could be his developing criticism of the ruthless role of the IMF:
“He indicated that he was sympathetic to Joseph Stiglitz view that the IMF should cease to be a weapon that the rich use against the poor. (…) Even among the Social Communist Party a social conscience developed among some members, leading to reforms and collapse. And so I would not be suprised if there were people in the IMF who had enough of squeezing … the poor. At some point people are affected by that and reform themselves.”
Paul Craig Roberts is an American economist and a columnist for Creators Syndicate. He served as an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration and author of The Tyranny of Good Intentions about the erosion of the US Constitution (2000).
If people like Kahn in the highest ranks of politics can reform themselves, then this really boosts my trust in humanity and moral reform.
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