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Climate Change, Banks, Globalization & the 3rd World


In 1987, Edmund de Rothschild creates the World Conservation Bank which is designed to transfer debts from Third World countries to this bank, and in return, those countries would give land to this bank.
The idea is for the IMF to create more and more SDR’s backed by nothing, in order for struggling nations to borrow them.

"These nations will then gradually come under the control of the IMF as they struggle to pay the interest, and have to borrow more and more. The IMF will then decide which nations can borrow more and which will starve. They can also use this as leverage to take state owned assets like utilities as payment against the debt until they eventually own the nation states.

"1988: The World Central Bank has three arms, the World Bank, the BIS and the IMF. 2000: How the World bank and the IMF took over Argentina, Tanzania and Bolivia. Terrible reading.
The IMF is closely interwoven and here with Rothschild's BIS Bank, and the BIS, IMF and the World Bank have a common external website."
Alexander de Rothschild
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-27/rothschild-said-to-soon-promote-7th-generation-heir-to-lead-bank


David Rothschild,  Nigerian oil and The GEF:

Established in 1991, the GEF is today the largest funder of projects to improve the global environment.
The GEF has allocated $8.8 billion, supplemented by more than $38.7 billion in co-financing, for more than 2,400 projects in more than 165 developing countries.

The GEF partnership includes 10 agencies:
  1. The United Nations Development Program (David Rothschild consultant/Nigeria)
  2. The UN Environment Program (UNEP)
  3. The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (A Rockefeller-partner organization)
  4. The UN Industrial Development Organization
  5. The African Development Bank
  6. The Asian Development Bank
  7. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  8. The Inter-American Development Bank (David Rothschild consultant)
  9. The International Fund for Agricultural Development

Here is a broadly cast post completely deconstructing and exposing how and why the lie that all warming and cooling is man-made was perpetuated.  It does so in a clear and easy to follow way:
http://dwahts.blogspot.co.za/2018/03/scientific-consensus-is-that-consensus.html?m=1

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