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Forming an E – 20
This is to counterbalance the force of the G 20. Why 20? Because the G-20 has 20
and you want to meet them head on. More about this, when I discuss the tricks of
This formation has multiple purposes for strategic planning and economic
1. You will quickly learn who your enemies are.
2. You will be able to concentrate your power and efforts into a more potent force.
3. You will be able to approach the G 20 head-on.
4. You will be able to better serve the people of all Emerging Nations.
In my presentation on forming the Union of Emerging Economic Unions, I listed the tricks
used by Industrialised Nations to exploit Emerging Nations.
Here is a list of tricks specific to stopping you from forming an E 20.
• Dilute the power and potency of your efforts.
• To complicate to impede your progress.
• To divide and conquer by instigating animosities among your members.
• To give the global public appearance of working to help you.
• To justify delaying tactics like holding unnecessary conferences and discussions.
• To discredit those trying to help you.
• To advance their own agendas.
• To further enrich themselves at your expense
To understand the potency of an E 20 consider a contest.
100 archers, 100 arrows.
Some archers hit the target more than others.
To increase the chances of success, 80 archers give their arrows to the 20 best
If you do not believe me or trust me, consider this:
If you are entering a race, you choose your fastest runner.
If you are in the Olympics, you choose your best athletes.
When you compete with the G 20 you send your 20 nations best able to compete
in the negotiations.
More tricks of Industrialised Nations.
• They will tell you competition is no good.
• They will tell you that you should cooperate.
• Still, they have a G 20.
• They will tell you not to form an E 20.
• Has the G 20 helped you? Really?
• Form an E 20.
• Do not listen to your critics.
Do not fall into the trap of discussions to talk about it.
This is to defeat you, not to help you.
The G 20 is a concentrated potent force. You need one also.
• All the delegates must meet in the same room.
• All the delegates must sit at the same table.
• The G 20 delegates can no longer separate you to make side deals to benefit
some at the expense of the other and to divide and conquer you.
• The G 20 cannot cause mistrust and distrust.
• The G 20 cannot undermine your efforts.
What the E 20 gains, the E 20 gains for all the people in all Emerging Nations.
To establish the criteria for selecting those among you to meet head-on in
negotiations with the G-20 consider the following:
• The Nations with the largest population
• The Nations with the highest GDP and Employment
• The Nations with resources & commodities most needed by the G 20
• Nations with a seacoast or deep-water port and or a pivotal central location
The Emerging World Court—Liaison Office of Resolutions
Another aspect to one entity already discussed, The Emerging World Court, is a
Liaison Office of Resolutions. This would be a Diplomatic Style Bureau to negotiate
with and resolve differences with various industrialised nations and entities.
IMF To negotiate partnerships with large economic development projects.
World Bank To resolve disputes regarding Emerging Economies being underpaid or
World Health Organisation To bring focus to existing and potential local and global
World Court To negotiate and to resolve Civil and Criminal Complaints between
Emerging and Industrialised nations.
Other entities would include but are not limited to:
• The European Council
• The United Nations Security Council
• The European Bank
• The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
• The U.S. State Department
There is much more to be said on these matters and other matters concerning
the Emerging World Economic Union. However, a crucial aspect to them all is the
formation of an E 20.
The members of the G-20 are:
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ital
y, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South
Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, and European Union.
Now is the time for Emerging Nations to form the E-20 to represent the interests
of the Emerging Nations Economic Union.
Warmest regards and best of luck,