A senior economist for the International Monetary Fund, Peter Doyle, has merely reaffirmed what is evident and obvious about the IMF ... that it is not a proactive organization when it comes to defusing global financial crises.
Here's a question, however. Doyle is a ranking IMF official with broad responsibilities and a 20-year service record. Are we really to believe that it has taken him two decades to perceive the IMF's fundamental illegitimacy and dishonesty?
It seems to me naïve to take Doyle's letter at face value. He wrote it out of anger? Why risk his pension by making public statements of this sort? Perhaps he is trying to disassociate himself from various upcoming revelations at the IMF and related globalist facilities. If this is so, then expect more Peter Doyles.