@KarenHudes The Banking Cartel has been trying to dominate the world

13 Jan

The Banking Cartel has been trying to dominate the world: https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/Twitter1.13.17.pdf


Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision on November 8th to “demonetize” India by removing its Rs 500 and Rs 1000 banknotes can only be understood by realizing that all of the banks in the world are part of a huge conglomerate that the three mathematicians who discovered this arrangement call the “Network of Global Corporate Control.” Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder, and Stefano Battiston at the Federal Institute of
Technology in Zurich, Switzerland identified the “network of global corporate control in
http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/1107/1107.5728v2.pdf . This network is often referred to as the “Banking Cartel.”

The Banking Cartel has been trying to dominate the world. There are two other countries that are now trying to “demonetize” the currencies issued by the Banking Cartel: Venezuela and Australia. Venezuela had to suspend its demonetization program after looting. Australia’s program has not yet begun. https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/Twitter12.25.16.pdf
The World Bank report cited in this article was published by the secretariat of the World Bank. The Banking Cartel has used state capture to try and take over the World Bank and IMF, when in reality, the Board of Governors runs the World Bank and IMF, and manages the world’s monetary gold reserves and other wealth. A coalition for the rule of law on the Board of Governors of the World Bank and IMF is really in charge, and I am speaking for them, as well as for the people who are cleaning up the corruption in the international monetary system.

The Global Currency Reset to replace the Banking Cartel’s paper currencies for the world’s gold and local currencies is now under implementation. I am speaking for the United States and voting its shares until the US Constitution of 1789 goes back into force and effect.

Read more:

India's economy will survive and bounce back from a slight GDP drop in 2017 [Xinhua]

World Bank: Demonetization chips away at India’s GDP

But it is expected to regain its momentum, with growth rising to 7.6 per cent in Fiscal Year(FY) 2018

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