For many years I have examined how wars of all types have been used by the money elite to distract the masses and maintain a certain level of influence over social and political systems. But war is not only a useful tool for keeping the status quo. Some wars, particularly world wars, are often catalyzed and exploited by those with a globalized agenda as a way to change the way civilizations function and think. The goal? To influence the masses to abandon their attachments to concepts like individualism, nationalism, free markets and sovereignty, and to embrace collectivism and total globalization.
Though the unconventional warfare manual is notable for stating so openly that “independent” financial institutions like the World Bank and the IMF are essentially extensions of U.S. government power, analysts have noted for decades that these institutions have consistently pushed U.S. geopolitical goals abroad.
Deposits, real estate, businesses, and infrastructure facilities are all collateral for Chinese loans
According to the laws of physics and nature, empty spaces are unnatural. Wherever there is a void, the universe seeks to fill it. Nowhere was this more on display than at the meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank last week in Washington.