initiative is designed to ensure businesses and communities
'build back better' by putting sustainable business practices at
the heart of their operations as they begin to recover from the
This may come as a
bit of a surprise to those who see Charles as a bumbling but affable
figure, who talks to his plants, loves traditional architecture,
protects nature and tries to help young people get along in life.
But the reality, as
we will show here, is that,
he is the head (or the very willing
figurehead) of a vast empire of nefarious financial interests
hiding hypocritically behind a facade of charitable philanthropy...
2. Global goals
Charles has been
very busy over the last 50 years or so, establishing an alliance of
The Prince's Charities, which describes itself
multi-cause charitable enterprise in the United Kingdom".
These have also
spread overseas to create a bewildering global web of trusts,
foundations and funds.
To make things
simpler, we will focus here on just a few of the better-known
organizations, starting in the the UK with Business in the
This body describes
"the largest and longest established business-led
membership organization dedicated to responsible business", having
been initially established in 1982 as The Prince's Responsible
Its agenda is very
much in line with all the key elements of the
the Community (BITC) is working with business to accelerate the
pace and scale of action to deliver against the United Nations
Global Goals, also known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)".
The great news for
Charles's money-loving entourage is that,
"running their businesses
responsibly" in line with the UNSDGs "also opens business market
Business in the
Community boasts its own WEF-style,
Its report called "A
Brave New World?" features all the familiar Great Reset
"priorities", such as,
inclusivity ("Build digital access, capability
and confidence to allow all to benefit from the digital economy")
lifelong learning ("Prepare employees. Provide digital skills
and lifelong learning to create an adaptable workforce")...
It looks ahead to a
Fourth Industrial Revolution ("Anticipate
automation - Create new roles, where technology complements humans,
and support communities to manage the transition") with bigger
profit margins naturally being its aim ("Transition to new business
models that cut waste and increase asset productivity").
There is an early
mention of the "track and trace" phrase which became so familiar
during the lockdowns ("Track, trace and resolve") with a plug for
start-up that uses technology to track, record, and verify
products in a way that is permanently logged in the blockchain...
Blockverify has been piloting solutions with pharmaceutical and
The report promotes
smart agriculture in the form of Unilever's Marcatus Mobile
collaboration between Unilever, Oxfam and
Ford Foundation to train smallholder farmers in
rural areas" which aims for "additional farm revenues of £1.5
trillion by 2030".
It concludes by
"thanks to our
corporate partners, Barclays and
Fujitsu, for supporting our program of work to create
an inclusive digital revolution".
Prince's Trust Group
expands this same agenda across the Commonwealth, the vast sphere of
influence formerly known as the British Empire.
is very much tied in with the
Fourth Industrial Revolution, which aims to set up the
infrastructure through which this new form of digital serfdom can be
the impact agenda is very present throughout Charles' empire, even
if somewhat hidden from casual view. Sometimes it is
just the word itself that gives the game away.
Business in the
Community, for instance,
says on its site
that it works with its members,
improve their responsible business practice, leveraging the
collective impact for the benefit of communities".
three times on the introductory page.
The term "positive
impact" is here linked to another related buzzword, "purpose"...
The impact theme is
also very much embraced by The Prince's Trust, which is
very keen on,
blended programs" and "online business simulation games".
In line with the
Great Reset promoted by its founder, it used Covid to advance a
describing in one post how it had been measuring its "digital
It was pleased to
report that 61% of its respondents said,
learning had supported them to make changes in their life, with
the majority developing new skills and making plans for the
One of the tools
which the Trust uses for what it worryingly terms "digital
programming" is something called Vibe Check.
program, aimed at young people, is a,
that!) interactive personal development tool delivered via
WhatsApp, that creates a safe and supportive
online space for them to develop key life skills".
has piloted in Barbados and
during 2020 and early 2021, using innovative automation
technology to tailor each young person's experience with the
the needs of young people in each country it rolls out in, Vibe
Check focuses on confidence, communication and managing feelings
in Barbados, and self-employment and entrepreneurship in Ghana".
This obsession with
developing "new digital processes for gathering data", hidden behind
a do-good facade, is classic impact-think.
Prince's Trust International boasts its very own Head of Impact,
a professional "impact measurer".
In January 2020,
just before the Covid moment,
Morinello was recruiting a data analyst,
"as we start
our exciting new 5-year strategy" and "significantly upscale our
"to ensure our
data is robust and supports our ability to accurately and
effectively monitor our impact on young peoples' [sic]
experiences of education and employment as well as our financial
performance and fundraising."
need to be measured across a range of programs or
interventions, with a range of stakeholders across the world".
stakeholders... three terms from
the same familiar crib sheet...
It is, however,
with his British Asian Trust that Charles exposes most fully his
involvement with the insidious world of impact imperialism.
He founded this
organization in 2007 with a group of well-connected British Asian
British Asian Trust prefers the term "social finance", it does
little else to hide its impact agenda.
Its website even
proudly displays a recommendation from the "father" of impact
investment Ronald Cohen, who declares:
British Asian Trust is doing in social finance is truly
groundbreaking: it is capable of delivering vital social
improvement at scale".
The Trust, of
claims to be "improving" the lives of children and young people
"in line with
the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4 on quality
Education India Development Impact Bond (QEI DIB) is an
innovative results-based funding mechanism that aims to improve
learning outcomes for more than 200,000 primary school
And then it adds:
"As the QEI DIB
progresses, we aim to create an education rate card, setting out
the costs of delivering specific outcomes at scale.
Such a card can
be used by government and funders to make informed policy and
spending decisions and improve education across the whole
This is what impact
is all about.
The "cost" of
meeting UNSDGs is calculated and "stakeholders" take on this cost
from public purse. If the "outcomes" tick all the right boxes they
will be reimbursed, plus a little extra to make their "investment"
In the meantime,
the lives of these children, bundled together "at scale", are turned
into financial commodities - like the bundles of sub-prime mortgage
debts that prompted
the 2008 crash - which can be tracked, traced
and traded in real time via 5G/6G and the "inclusive" global digital panopticon.
Speculators can bet
on the "success" of these children's lives or against it - little
matter, as long as they are available as products for this vast new
As we have
warned, "social finance" or impact investing reduces human
beings to the status of potential investments, sources of profit for
wealthy ruling vampires.
It is a digital
So what kind of
people and organizations are involved in Charles' global network?
Let's start with
Business in the Community.
This label is probably intended to
conjure up fond images of tiny corner-shops in English market towns (like
Grantham?) or of organic Buddhist basket-weaving start-ups
in Charles' pseudo-traditional
As we would
expect from the launcher of the Great Reset, the
a typical corporatist mixture of public and private
sector, uniting loyal servants of the British empire with their
extremely well-heeled friends in the world of big business and high
and Unilever (both
hailed by Cohen for their participation in his nefarious impact
scam) and Big Pharma businesses AstraZeneca,
While the BBC, Sky,
Facebook and Google presumably constitute the propaganda and
censorship wing, British Airways, easyJet, Heathrow Airport
Limited, Shell UK and BP were no doubt all
included for their special contribution to environmental
for the health of his family's grateful subjects is reflected in the
Knorr's Quick Soups manufacturers Unilever, of
and PepsiCo UK.
We also find the
likes of the Bank of America,
(the US consultancy firm
employed by Emmanuel Macron in France)
Other Business in
the Community members are arms dealers
and Thales Group, superb examples of what Charles
has in mind with "responsible" business activity.
The organization is
governed by a Board of Trustee Directors.
This is chaired by
Patterson, president and chief revenue officer of
Salesforce, the cloud computing business headed by
Benioff, owner of Time magazine and inaugural chair of
the WEF's Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution in San
Another director is
Dame Vivian Hunt, senior partner, UK and Ireland,
of the aforementioned McKinsey.
multi-asset investment strategy which seeks to provide the best
balance between risk & reward across equity, credit & private
universes" offering "asymmetric risk-reward pay-offs".
banker sits none other than Frances O'Grady,
general secretary of the UK's Trades Union Congress (TUC). As befits a representative of
the British working class, O'Grady is also a
non-executive director at the Bank
Finally, on the
BITC's Community Leadership Board we find none other than Owen Marks
of everybody's favorite vaccine manufacturer,
and philanthropist" who boasts "a range of venture capital
interests in e-commerce, media and telecommunications".
It features two
former partners at Goldman Sachs:
Pinggera and Ian Mukherjee, who went on to
found Amiya Capital, a "global emerging markets
There is also
Suzy Neubert, former global head of distribution at
JO Hambro Capital Management, and Mark
Dearnley, previously a "digital transformation" advisor
with global management consulting firm,
Bain & Company.
vice-president is Michael Marks, former chairman of
Merrill Lynch Investment Managers and founding
partner of MZ Capital and
It is informative
to note the people and businesses with which the Prince's Trust
group is enmeshed worldwide.
"Hakluyt is an
ultra secretive firm whose client list reads like a who's who of
the business world with corporations retaining their services
for strategic intelligence and advice as they look to expand
From any genuinely
ethical vantage point, the business activities of those involved
with Charles' empire are, in themselves, cause for concern.
But the problem
goes further than that.
The amount of controversy and scandal
surrounding numerous participants in his various projects makes one
wonder how someone who likes to be referred to as "His Royal
Highness" can associate with so many examples of what most of us
would regard as low life.
Here are some
HSBC is the
Prince's Trust's Global Founding Corporate Partner and is
praised in its
Impact Report for its
"transformational investment in young people", being
identified as "one of our most committed and loyal
that the British-based bankers have a
long history of vast tax avoidance schemes and criminal
activity such as money laundering.
"gangster bankers" involved in "stupefying abuses", Charles'
loyal supporters even "hooked up with drug traffickers and
this 2013 article.
in the Community and Prince's Trust, Canada) has
faced "multiple accusations of negligence, fraud, and
conflicts of interest stretching back years" and was
recently involved in a giant "cheating
(Business in the Community) was
fined £264.8 million in December 2021 for failing to
comply with money-laundering regulations.
Bank of America
(Prince's Trust) faced
boycott calls after spying on its customers' activities
for the FBI with regard to the January 6 2021 protests in
Goldman Sachs International
(Business in the Community, Ganesh Ramani of British Asian
Trust) is afflicted by so many "controversies" that
even Wikipedia devotes a whole page to them!
(Prince's Trust, Canada). The arms dealer is
notorious for its many bribery scandals.
(Prince's Trust, Australia). Australia's largest investment
bank was involved in a recent $80 billion controversy
labelled the "biggest
bank scandal in history".
(Prince's Trust, Canada) had to
pay out more than US$120 million dollars in 2020 because
of its price-manipulation activities.
(British Asian Trust), a Conservative Party donor in the UK,
involved in David Cameron's "cash for access" scandal in
2014 and in 2018 he was
accused of a conflict of interest because he had become
a director of fracking business
while also being a non-executive director at UK Government Investments.
(British Asian Trust).
hit the headlines in 2021 for handing himself a massive
payout of £30 million. His firm,
B&M bargains, had
enjoyed a surge in sales because of its "essential" status
during Covid lockdowns.
(British Asian Trust).
saysThe Times, advises FTSE 100 companies and,
founded 27 years ago by former MI6 intelligence
article in The Evening Standard describes the
secretive Mayfair company full of spooks" and "a
convenient rest home for MI6 men".
company attracted unwelcome publicity in 2001 when it
emerged it had used an undercover agent known as Manfred
to penetrate environmental groups targeting Shell and
Ferrier said Princess Diana would have campaigned against its
bombing raids on Yemen,
which allegedly involve the use of banned cluster munitions, and
claimed Charles was part of a 'great effort' to maintain the
"As founder and
Chairman of the Geneva-based Aga Khan Development Network, he
spearheads an organization that employs 80,000 people in 30
countries, and spans non-profit work in poverty-stricken and
war-torn areas of the globe, along with a huge portfolio of
very-much-for-profit businesses in sectors ranging from aviation
and energy to telecommunications, pharmaceuticals and luxury
Khan's net worth
has been estimated at $13.3 billion and he is
one of the world's fifteen richest "royals", although he does not
actually rule over any particular geographic territory.
Instead he is the
spiritual leader of some 20 million Ismaili Muslims, who
donate significant sums to him and worship him as the "bringer of
Khan is a personal
friend of Charles and his mum,
Queen Elizabeth II,
as well as of the Spanish king Juan Carlos.
He is also said to
have long connections to British intelligence services and other
deep state networks.
Khan has been
involved in a number of international scandals.
In 2012 it emerged
that, although resident in France, he had been "exonerated"
from paying any tax by the country's former president Nicolas Sarkozy.
The Daily Mail, meant that he could protect his vast fortune
across the Channel,
worth as much as £6 billion and owning mansions, yachts, private
jets, some 800 race horses and even a private island in the
Then, in 2017,
controversy broke out in Canada when it was discovered that
prime minister Justin Trudeau had spent a holiday
on a private Caribbean island owned by Khan.
While he was there,
he also took a ride in the bringer of light's private helicopter.
Since the Khan's
foundation "receives millions from the Canadian government",
questions were asked about a certain conflict of interest!
the public that there was nothing to worry about because,
Bernhard was also
honorary sponsor of Schwab's third
European Management Symposium at Davos in 1973, when the body
which was to become the World Economic Forum first adopted a more
overtly political stance, by agreeing a document which became known
The WWF is
notorious for throwing indigenous people off their land on
behalf of its big business friends under the false green flag of
"conservation" and is today very prominent in the
industrial-financial lobby calling for a New Deal for Nature.
For a full analysis
of all this, we recommend the excellent work of the,
"I have long
admired its efforts to tackle the many threats to the world's
wildlife, rivers, forests and seas.
And I have come
to see how effectively it uses its expertise and international
reach to challenge the causes of degradation, such as
change and the unsustainable use of natural resources".
Yet again, the
worthy-sounding language masks a very different reality:
instance a newly accelerated wave of the global land-grabbing
which has been a feature of the profit-driven British empire for
If Charles ever
emerges from his 70-year stint in the Windsors' waiting room, he
will become King Charles III and thus historically linked with his
two predecessors of the same name.
Charles I, who
became king in 1625, was the last of the ancien régime, a defender
of the feudal order. Having been
found guilty of tyranny and treason, he was beheaded in front of
the London crowds in 1649 (see above).
This was the apex
of an English Revolution which, like so many others, was quickly
shunted in a direction contrary to the interests of the mass of
people who had fought and died for it.
Cromwell crushed the radical elements in his New Model Army, at Burford, he was thanked with a celebratory banquet by the financiers
of the City of London.
From that moment
onwards, the focus of the country was on commerce, expansion and
exploitation, including, of course, the slave trade.
Cromwell's bloody re-occupation of Ireland, the 11-year period of
republican rule, known as the Commonwealth, saw Britain's empire
begin to take shape, with the grabbing of Jamaica, Surinam, St
Helena, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
When the executed
king's son, Charles II, took the throne with the restoration of the
monarchy in 1660 it was as a "constitutional" king, beholden to
parliament and happy to act as a figurehead for the
military-mercantile entity known as the British Empire...
The future Charles
III seems to be on course to combine,
the worst elements of both
predecessors, fusing old-style feudalism with modern corporate
control to forge a "sustainable" global empire built on digital
serfdom and impact vampirism...
But it is important
to remember that,
conspiracies cannot succeed
if people are wise to
what is happening...
By researching and
exposing wrong-doing, we can shake off our status as helpless and
passive spectators of history in order to become active and engaged
participants, part of the
Charles and his
ruling-class collaborators have to dress up their insidious agenda
as "doing good", as "philanthropy" or "conservation", because,
they know that otherwise the
rest of us would not go along with it...
Once this illusion
has been destroyed and the horrible reality exposed, then decent
people everywhere will turn their backs definitively on these vile
parasites and their evil empire of exploitation...