Alert: The World Bank Is Piggybacking The West, Emptying Its Resources, Mobilizing The Money Into The Least Developed Countries To Bankrupt The West

The World Bank announces a one billion dollar support for social protection in India. This is in addition to the one billion dollar support for Indian healthcare. And there will be a third program coming up for economic stabilization of India. Where does this money come from? They are just printing and printing with no backup money. Papers and papers that will bankrupt America and Europe.  I warned in my article:

Horrible: Agenda 2030 Goal 1; Wage-Slavery, Social Settlement, Building the 3rd World By Keeping The West In Hunger

The World Bank is rushing to bankrupt the west and mobilize the money to the least developed countries. With crushing the west’s economy, hiding behind the wings of an invisible virus, the international looters are beating the dead horse and urging to shift the economic poles of the world. It piggybacks the West to distribute its wealth to the least developed countries on their list.

On “republic world” a major Indian newspaper we read:

World Bank Announces $1 Billion Social Protection Package For India To Fight COVID-19

“In a big move, the World Bank on Friday announced a $1 billion social protection package for India to aid the country’s efforts to fight the dreaded Coronavirus.”

World Bank

 

“In a big move, the World Bank on Friday announced a $1 billion social protection package for India to aid the country’s efforts to fight the dreaded Coronavirus pandemic. This $1 billion social protection package would be linked to the Government’s programs and schemes launched to aid the vulnerable section of the population, hard-hit amid the pandemic.” 


In a report titled” MOBILIZATION OF PRIVATE FINANCE” by 7 BY MULTILATERAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS AND DEVELOPMENT FINANCE INSTITUTIONS 2017, on the “International Finance Corporation of World’s Bank Group” aka IFC; a sister organization of the World Bank, page 8 we read:

(This article is part of a bigger article published on April 8th, 2020, Read here.)

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“In 2015, the global community adopted the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that underpin it, and made commitments at the 21st Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. In July of the same year, the Third International Conference on Financing for Development recognized that the financial resources needed to achieve the SDGs far exceeded current financial flows. Indeed, as explained in a paper prepared for the Conference and endorsed by the World Bank/IMF Development Committee in April 2015,1 the world needs to move from billions to trillions of dollars of financing to meet the challenge of promoting inclusive, sustainable growth, reducing poverty and inequality, and protecting the planet. A wide range of stakeholders see a critical role for Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) and other Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) in blending public and private finance to scale up financing for development. In adopting the Hamburg Principles last year, the G20 welcomed the role of the MDBs in mobilizing and catalyzing private capital and endorsed a target of increasing mobilization by 25 to 35 percent by 2020. In response, MDBs and bilateral DFIs have taken steps to catalyze more private investment, taking into account quality standards and the risk profile of different markets, as mobilization is generally more difficult in higher risk markets. This includes tapping into larger sources of capital such as pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, and insurance companies. Many do this by leveraging their own capital base by borrowing from capital markets to increase their own ability to finance development. In addition, they catalyze greater private investment through a range of other functions, including: i) helping evaluate and structure high-quality investment projects; ii) helping mitigate real and perceived risk associated with investments that have a positive development impact; iii) mobilizing resources from and co-investing alongside both traditional investors and new sources of commercial financing for develop.”

 

Did you hear folks?? They have designed, tailored, and wore it all by themselves but pretend that we had some role in the agenda and therefore, we have to comply. To move from billions to trillions of dollars of financing to meet the challenge of promoting inclusive what?? Inclusive financing? Now from racism and inclusivity from what we do, where we work and what we say to forcefully finance other countries to be inclusive? To borrow from international funds to be able to transfer the capital?? Are they insane?

The countries listed are The Philippines Estimated Private Catalyzation Amount: $6.3 billion, Ghana $374 million, Turkey $8.3 billion, Tanzania $108 million, and Panama $47 billion, and then we reach to the final chart of countries to be funneled with the western money flow which is this chart at page 67.

 

 

While we are doing our normal lives and just don’t listen to all these warnings, their international looters are serving the main agenda and systematically funneling our money to these countries for no reason other than the socialization of the west and keeping us hungry.