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Wow, doesn’t that sound just great… Inclusive banking. But what is it…
Princess Máxima is one of the voices for the UN to promote it since she has done so for Micro Finance.
Máxima came from the HSBC bank and Deutsche Bank. Both banks stood at the birth of the financial crisis. The highly negative track record of Deutsche Bank is one of its own.
Deutsche Bank was the main contributorof WWII by the US-educated Rothschild family, now delivers member of the board for Shell and many other big influential internationals. DB is directly linked to the FED (co-onwership), BIS, Trilateral commission, is a main driver as root cause of the economic collapse and construction of the Greek national debt fraud together with Goldman Sachs (swap technique which is known to be the root cause of the financial destruction). Deutsche Bank has always fitted perfectly in the royal house because of all connections and deep refined hidden politicized financial influence at the very highest transatlantic top of international corporations, finance and politics. And these are totally not interested in the good for men kind, but in their own pockets only.
The HSBC bank was the first one lending money at ever rising interest to the very poor in Detroit. Many could never afford the interest and all went wrong for them. And HSBC knew very well what they were doing. HSBC grabbed their property for a penny. Shortly after other big banks followed the HSBC scheme. And it all crashed in 2007/2008.
What is inclusive banking? Basically selling debt and insurance to the very poor.
Many parts of the world lack access to banking systems. Is that bad? The exact reason why there is no access simply is because in those parts people can live from their land. Money, insurance and debt is something they can totally live without. They do not want and even need it all.
Most people here in the West aren’t aware, but about 2.5 billion people on the planet still live like that. We can’t even imagine and Tv expose them as poor. We are so totally brainwashed by Tv, politics and our Western society that we simply refuse to believe this. Well, Africa, China, India… they have huge areas where people still live happily ever after… Again around 2.5 billion world wide. But are they poor? They actually live their life, different than we in the West, yes.
Huge parts of Africa and India are a good examples. Small farmers own land and can simply live from it. They live a pure self-supporting and self-protected life. They do not use modern intensive farming because they just want to feed their family and community. That’s all they need. It’s of course not what Tv show us… They show continuous selective hunger and poverty, of course because it’s big business for them, and for the massive pile of worldwide politicized charities affiliated with the UN who are willing to pay an overkill of prime time commercials. Charities where CEOs, directors and staff are paid very very thick, or are subject to corruption or at least to very very mixed interests.
However since a very long time already, investors have had their eyes on fruitful soils in Afrika and India. Africa is not exactly a desert. There are masses of plenty fruitful lands to be exploited by Western investors, specially more at the coastal areas.
Western big investors have high connections (and even seats) with governments. Western politics is filled with it as well as the UN. They promote via local radios that the small farmer should sell their land to change it to intensive farming, the Western way.
Many farmers refuse as they don’t need money at all. That money is a one-time income while the land they have is their life time sustainability… for free. But investors are for huge profits so they have convinced local governments that industrial collective intensive farming will bring economic development. In Western perception, sure it does, but…
It’s really a trojan horse
Again, what the landowners already have is great for them, as their land provides sustainability locally already. They have free food and shelter. Not to our standards, but what if you and i could live free from land and not work in a dictatorship called ‘industry’ and debt… which is basically our system of economic slavery.
Of course those simple farmers have to work, but they can simply live from their land at own will and do not depend on money and any debt at all. In such communities in Africa and India people help each other out, simply because there is no competition going. It’s a very social and sustainable environment. With little luxury and little expectations. Just a good enough and a total free life for their happiness.
But in the end, those farmers are often pushed or forced to give up their land for a one-off price. Radio broadcasts are often done from simple shelters and Western investors pay them to air adverts for ‘Intensive farming’. The farmers get pushing visits from government officials and the big investors to turn to intensive modern farming. The more turning into that, the more the group pressure locally gets.
There comes the rescue… the UN and Inclusive banking
After the small farmers have sold their land joining the investment collective they are to buy seeds for it from expensive Monsanto and other stuff… on debt to start. On debt of course… And of course the bank sells them another product as well… insurance… Well, that’s inclusive banking in a nuthell.
Mind you, a vast majority of seeds in the world today are owned by Monsanto. Monsanto is a very hated bio-tech giant known by its worl wide aggressive purchasing program of seeds. Only in the Netherlands technological seeds are freely tradeble, but in the rest of the world mostly not. Monsanto is building a true monopoly and hurting agriculture this way, especially poor farmers in Africa and India who are forced to Western capitalism. Call this method pure imperialism !
And now it becomes even more interesting… family Monsanto… They were Jewish slave traders. Literally investors walking over people’s dead bodies.
Who are the main share holders behind Monsanto today. Among some others, mainly: Vanguard Group, Inc. State Street Corporation. Interesting… exactly the same as the major shareholders of the FED who played a huge part in crashing the financial system and has totally corrupted within the government since beginning of the 20th century.
Who are the main shareholders of HSBC… Here we go again… Among some others: Vanguard. Fidelity… Again, these are part of the main shareholders of the FED…
Interesting, all exactly the same shareholders who have brought the Western economy and countries to collapse, people into deep debt problems and those investors are deeply into the FED and government positions.
They did it here and now they are building that all up again there. And all because of… super profits… for them.
Farmer sells the land for a one-off price, become in permanent debt immediately, all investors and banks get their big fat income stream, Monsanto happy… the farmer may get into big trouble when his crop fails and is not helped anymore from the community (because of competition), can’t pay the interest anymore and is without any sustainable source. Will the bank depreciate his debt? Lol, of course not. It remains a huge chain around the neck for the rest of his life.
And that all under the name of UN and inclusive banking… ‘Thumbs up’.
It’s a banking scam
What a huge scam, really. Certainly if you understand how money creation actually works (totally made from nothing).
Máxima seems to be the perfect marionette for the UN and the total history of the royal house (tax free) among Willem Alexander who is to be the economic super lobby. But in fact many members of the royal family are heavy positioned in the top of international banking, usury, the many international hated corporations, the UN, FED, etc.