If you try to google who is behind the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank you will automatically see that every source claims that it is owned and controlled by NM Rothschild and 30 to 40 of the wealthiest people in the world. In other words… about 50 families around the globe own most of the world’s wealth.
Many believe that they have been planning to take over the world through money (via banking) and for the past 150 years have schemed and devised ways to do so.
Apparently the Rothchilds have been on top of the world pyramid of power and greed. They are at the centre of the world’s financial markets, financing both sides of wars for hundreds of years. Now the world is in their hands. They have control over both the east and the west, or simply from the US treasury and the British Royal house, to International Bank of Azerbaijan!
So powerful that when former chief economist of the World Bank Joe Stiglitz was fired, and after taking a large stack of secret documents out of the World Bank, he apparently pointed out to top executives that every country the IMF/World Bank got involved in ended up with a crashed economy, a destroyed government, and sometimes in flames with riots. According to Stiglitz, these secret documents from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund reveal that the IMF required nations:
- to sign secret agreements of 111 items
- in which they agreed to sell off their key assets – water, electric, gas, etc.
- in which they agreed to take economic steps which are really devastating to the nations involved
- in which they pay off the politicians billions of dollars to Swiss bank accounts to do this transfer of a countries fixed assets
If they do not agree to these steps they are cut-off from all international borrowing. Today if a country cannot borrow money in the international marketplace, just like Greece can’t, it cannot survive. If that does not work then this “dark elite” gang of bankers overthrows the government, plants lies about the former government and/or even attempts to rewrite history.
But words are just mere words, and theories cannot be supported unless there is tangible evidence to back them up… so let us look at some examples.
The Argentina Plan: Inside documents from Argentina, signed by Jim Wolfensen, the former president of the World Bank. Argentina has had six presidents in five weeks because their economy is completely destroyed. This happened because they started out in the end of the 80s with orders from the IMF and World Bank to sell-off all their assets, public assets, like their water system. Then they taxed the people. They created big government and big government handed it off to the private IMF/World Bank. They pay off the politicians billions in Swiss bank accounts.
The Enron Connection: The water system of Buenos Aires was sold off for a song to a company called Enron. A pipeline was sold off, that runs between Argentina and Chile, was sold off to a company called Enron. Then the globalists blow out Enron after transferring the assets to another dummy corporation. They come in, pay off politicians to transfer the water systems, the railways, the telephone companies, the nationalized oil companies, gas stations – the politicians then hand it over to the IMF for nothing. The Globalists pay them off individually, billions a piece in Swiss bank accounts. The plan is total slavery for the entire population. Enron is a dummy corporation for money laundering, drug money, etc.
IMF Planned Riots: The IMF/World Bank are systematically tearing nations apart, whether it’s Ecuador or Argentina. It’s not privatization. They steal it from the people and hand it over to the IMF/World Bank. They hand it over, generally to the cronies, like Citibank grabbed half the Argentine banks. British Petroleum grabbed pipelines in Ecuador. Enron grabbed water systems all over the place. The problem is that they are destroying these systems as well. You can’t even get drinking water in Buenos Aires. It is not just a question of the theft. You can’t turn on the tap. It is more than someone getting rich at the public expense. And the IMF just got handed the Great Lakes. They have the sole control over the water supply now. The IMF and the World Bank is 51% owned by the United States Treasury. Indonesia is in flames. Every country IMF/World Bank meddling in they destroyed their economy and they ended up in flames. They even plan in the riots. They know that when they squeeze a country and destroy its economy, you get riots in the streets. And they admit that it an IMF riot. Because you have riot, all the capital runs away from your country and that gives the opportunity for the IMF to then add more conditions.
How structural adjustment by IMF will worsen poverty in Greece: The standard IMF/World Bank policy package which calls for slashing government spending, privatization, and opening up countries to exploitative foreign investment, among other measures — has deepened poverty around the world. In the two regions with the most structural adjustment experience, per capita income has stagnated (Latin America) or plummeted (Africa). Structural adjustment has also contributed to rising income and wealth inequality in the developing world.
Here’s how various structural adjustment policies increase poverty:
- Privatization — Structural adjustment policies call for the sell off of government-owned enterprises to private owners, often foreign investors. Privatization is typically associated with layoffs and pay cuts for workers in the privatized enterprises.
- Cuts in government spending — Reductions in government spending frequently reduce the services available to the poor, including health and education services (though the IMF and World Bank now say they preserve health and education spending).
- Imposition of user fees — Many IMF and World Bank loans call for the imposition of “user fees” — charges for the use of government-provided services like schools, health clinics and clean drinking water. For very poor people, even modest charges may result in the denial of access to services.
- Promotion of exports — Under structural adjustment programs, countries undertake a variety of measures to promote exports, at the expense of production for domestic needs. In the rural sector, the export orientation is often associated with the displacement of poor people who grow food for their own consumption, as their land is taken over by large plantations growing crops for foreign markets.
- Higher interest rates — Higher interest rates exert a recessionary effect on national economies, leading to higher rates of joblessness. Small businesses, often operated by women, find it more difficult to gain access to affordable credit, and often are unable to survive.
- Trade Liberalization — The elimination of tariff protections for industries in developing countries often leads to mass layoffs. In Mozambique, for example, the IMF and World Bank ordered the removal of an export tax on cashew nuts. The result: 10,000 adults, mostly women, lost their jobs in cashew nut-processing factories. Most of the processing work shifted to India, where child laborers shell the nuts at home.