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AbbreviationG-20, G20
Interest ofGordon Smith
Membership• Argentina
• Australia
• Brazil
• Canada
• China
• the European Union
• France
• Germany
• India
• Indonesia
• Italy
• Japan
• Mexico
• Russia
• Saudi Arabia
• South Africa
• South Korea
• Spain
• Turkey
• UK
• US
Forum for 20 biggest economies in the world

The G-20 (or Group of Twenty) is an international forum for the governments and central bank governors from 19 countries and the European Union (EU). Founded in 1999 with the aim to discuss policy pertaining to the promotion of international financial stability,[1] the G20 has expanded its agenda since 2008 and heads of government or heads of state, as well as finance ministers and foreign ministers, have periodically conferred at summits ever since. It seeks to address issues that go beyond the responsibilities of any one organisation.


Membership of the G20 consists of 19 individual countries plus the European Union: Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, the European Union, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Spain is a permanent guest invitee.[2][3]

Official Narrative

A group to "bring together systemically important industrialised and developing economies to discuss key issues in the global economy."


Known members

All 21 of the members already have pages here:

ArgentinaSecond biggest country in South America.
AustraliaA large island nation in the southern hemisphere which is pioneering universal surveillance of its citizenry.
BrazilVery large and not particularly populous country which has made a priority of biofuels.
CanadaIf tar sands are counted, Canada possesses the 3rd largest oil reserves of any nation state.
ChinaThe most populous nation state in the world
European UnionAn international superstructure that has evolved since WW2.
FranceA European nation, former colonial power, permanent seat on the UNSC
Germany"The economic powerhouse of Europe" - Germany dominates the European Union.
IndiaThe "Jewel in the Crown" of the British Empire. Until independence in 1947 it was ruled from London under the auspices of a British-appointed Viceroy whose powers were absolute.
IndonesiaA large nation in South East Asia
ItalyEuropean country that has the sixth-largest national wealth and third-largest central bank gold reserve. Italy/Deep state is an integral part of the SDS.
JapanA populous country in East Asia. People are traditionally extremely law abiding by European standards.
Mexico"Poor Mexico, so far from God and so close to the United States!"
RussiaThe largest nation state in the world
Saudi ArabiaLongtime political ally of the USA, Saudi Arabia possesses larger easily accessible oil reserves than any other nation state.
South AfricaA former British and Dutch colony
South KoreaPart of the great powers of Asia, South Korea was shaped by the US after the Korean War. Most companies in the entertainment and tech industries are owned antidemocratic by rich families that operate like governments of their own, bribing presidents and evading the law.
SpainSeemingly a tropical easy-going country on the southern border of Europe. Spain has had trouble running a “death squad-free” democracy since Franco retired. Spain has seen the bloodiest post Gladio 1 terror attack take place in Madrid in 2004, and was a battleground of the Ifs and GRU during the 2010s.
TurkeyTurkey is a nation state at the south east corner of Europe.
UKThe biggest Island in Europe. It was a world power with massive influence for over 4 centuries.
USThe United States is the single biggest military spender in the world, with a higher 2020 expenditure than the next ten countries combined. Its infrastructure has been described to be in disrepair since the late 1980s.


Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:How I Got Arrested and Abused at the G20 in TorontoFacebook page29 June 2010Tommy TaylorToronto resident Tommy Taylor's extraordinary account of being arrested and caged at the G20 for 23 hours after joined in when a group of peaceful protesters sang "Give Peace a Chance". It is recommended for anyone trying to understand the nature of the police-state societies that are evolving across much of the western world.
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