The Dark Past Of The Bank For International Settlements | Activist Post – July 21, 2020

Activist Post | By Patrick Wood

Although written by Patrick Wood in 2005, nothing has changed to the historical fact of the Bank for International Settlements. It has nefarious roots and is the tap-root of modern globalization.

Today, the BIS is getting headlines again because of its direction of central banks to go cashless. It is readily apparent that it has not lost its power and influence over the decades. For anyone wanting to understand how the world really works, this is a must-read paper. ⁃ TN Editor

Created at Bretton Woods in 1944, the World Bank has been dominated by international bankers, members of the Council on Foreign Relations and later by the  Trilateral Commission. Corruption and self-interest run amok as public funds are converted into private hands by the billions. →

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“Unwise” – GCR/RV Thought – 7.29.18

All it would take is $135 billion to eradicate global poverty? Eradicating global poverty is one of the most important issues delaying humanity’s progress yet the top 9 richest can’t even come together to do it? Makes you wonder… $135 billion is not even a fraction of the wealth available on Earth through natural resources. Who has been taking most of it? You know who. ~ Dinar Chronicles

1. Jeff Bezos — $108.9 billion

2. Bill Gates — $91.9 billion

3. Warren Buffett — $90.1 billion

4. Amancio Ortega — $75.8 billion

5. Mark Zuckerberg — $72 billion

6. Bernard Arnault — $68.7 billion

7. Carlos Slim Helu and family — $67.6 billion

8. Larry Ellison — $60.4 billion

9. Larry Page — $52.2 billion

TOTAL — $687.6 billion

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