Globalists are Engineering
a Finance Shock:
Climate Change and
their Economic Reset Agenda...
At the end of June government leaders from around the world met at the Summit for a New Global Financial Pact in Paris.
The supposed purpose of the summit was to find financial solutions to the goals of tackling "poverty" while simultaneously curbing "planet-heating emissions."
As with all climate change related events the discussion in Paris inevitably turned to international centralization of power and the formation of a global consortium to fix the problems that they claim sovereign nations cannot or will not fix.
However, what I'm seeing more and more in the past couple years is a convergence of narratives...
Likely because this was the goal all along.
Economic collapse is part of the plan...
"Climate change" is a smokescreen
Globalists are now using the climate change issue as a Trojan horse for their plans to increase their control over international finance and monetary authority.
In other words,
They are even suggesting that the threat of climate change be used as a springboard for giving global banks even more power to control the distribution of wealth and pull down the existing system so it can be replaced with something else.
French President Emmanuel Macron told delegates at the Paris summit that,
He also argued that the current system was not well suited to address the world's challenges.
Presenters at the event suggested that the international economic framework had been battered by multiple crises, including,
However, they focused on "the spiraling cost of weather disasters intensified by global warming" as a reason for the ongoing destabilization of financial systems.
This is obviously nonsense, but it fits with the narrative that globalists are trying to engineer.
It goes something like this:
As we know all too well, in the absence of a media-friendly crisis, globalists are perfectly happy to invent one...
I believe there is no man-made climate crisis, no "anthropogenic global warming," as I previously described.
Never let a crisis go to waste
Mia Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados advocated re-tooling the roles of both the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to tackle the climate crisis.
This is a common theme among globalists.
In other words, globalist financial institutions should be granted absolute power and trusted to use it responsibly.
UN leader Antonio Guterres said today's global financial system, which was conceived at the end of World War II under the Bretton-Woods Agreement, was failing to rise to modern challenges and now,
In other words, he is angling for a New World Order...
He has proposed a stimulus of $500 billion a year for investments in "sustainable development" and "climate action."
There was also a plan presented to use the IMF's Special Drawing Rights (SDR) currency as a tool to "boost global liquidity."
That's right - the worst economic crisis in fifty years...!
Central bankers will tell you it wasn't them:
You could see all of this as simple palace intrigue, bureaucrats jockeying for bigger budgets and farther-reaching mandates.
I think this is leading to a much darker place...
The global "wealth tax"
Last year, the UN proposed that developed and emerging economies including the U.S. and China must pay a sort of "success tax" of at least $2.4 trillion a year, due to their carbon emissions.
This would create a climate change fund, with money redistributed to poorer nations.
Other ideas on the table include taxing fossil fuel profits and financial transactions, with proceeds going to the climate change fund.
In other words,
The French president loves the idea of an international tax on carbon emissions from shipping, ostensibly to make overseas freight more expensive to reduce manufacturing and export demand.
What do these schemes have in common?
That's the overt goal.
But there is a much bigger scheme at play here...
It's important to understand that climate change is nothing more than a vehicle to deliver a fully centralized global economic system, likely under the control of the existing globalist institutions like the IMF, BIS, World Bank and the UN.
The annual payment by wealthier nations into global institutional coffers is an act of tribute, a show of fealty.
It's also a way for groups like the IMF to create a system of greater interdependency...:
If vast sums of money are flowing through globalist institutions, they become the arbiters of how that wealth is redistributed.
I suspect that this is all culminating in an engineered currency crisis which the globalists will use as an opportunity to finally introduce their CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency) model.
When people are afraid they don't think rationally and will often turn to the worst possible leaders for relief.
And a global threat requires a global response, right...?
Climate change disaster propaganda, if the public embraces it, will allow for a wide array of systemic changes that have nothing to do with the environment and everything to do with financial dominance.
None of these things would have any bearing on climate change even if it was a legitimate threat, unless of course,
They can spin it however they want, but when the elites call for a "financial shock" they are really calling for a dramatic throttling of the global economic system so that it can no longer meet the world's needs.
When they call for global taxation and tribute in the name of "equality",
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And when they call for the centralized oversight of nations for the sake of saving the planet, what they really want is,
One solution to preserve your personal financial freedom is to diversify your savings with physical precious metals.
Gold and silver exist outside the global financial system. They're one of the very few universally-valued, privacy-first forms of money that can't be canceled at the push of a button.
If you believe, like I do, in liberty, personal responsibility and freedom, then you probably already know that owning gold and silver is one time-tested way to protect your hard-earned savings from imaginary crises and greedy globalists.