The world's media, which attended the G20 Summit in London, generally agree that the big winners were the developing nations and the IMF. The rich countries agreed to fund the IMF up to 1 trillion dollars which sounds like a lot of money, however, with the inflationary policies of the US Federal Reserve, that is just about enough money to provide the IMF's 'Feed The Hungry' program with 5 loaves of bread and 2 little fishes.
The real winner, significantly more so than the developing world, was Tommy Jenkins, a developing young lad from London's East End. He successfully infiltrated the conference and set up shop in the men's bathroom; third cubicle from the end. He did a roaring trade throughout the conference and went home with a lot more than 5 loaves of bread and 2 little fishes.
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, skipped the first group of twenty photo opportunity to liaise with young Tommy. Mr. Harper's press secretary erroneously reported that the Prime Minister was being briefed by his staff at the time. What he meant to say was that Mr. Harper had his staff in Tommy's briefs during the photo op.
Silvio Berlusconi, Harper's Italian counterpart, missed the group's second photo op to spend time with Tommy. Berlusconi refused comment on the incident claiming that he 'wanted to keep his lips as tightly sealed as Tommy's butt.'
Tommy was effusive in his praise for his two clients, "Cor, blimey, I got tickets to AC Milan and Toronto Maple Leafs any time I want, they is real gennlemen!"