It doesn’t take a degree in economics or finance to realize what the IMF is up to, and as the title of this blog implies in my opinion the manner in which they operate amounts to loansharking-a form of racketeering and punishable under federal law.
They inject money into the flagging economies of countries with that nations resources pledged as collateral or as a shared ownership-there is nothing magnanimous about this, it amounts to little more than a form of colonization without having to wage a war, occupy, or send pilgrim settlers.
Not only is this approach devious but it is a very clever one as well-what it accomplishes is an indentured nation and people, the removal of sovereignty and self determination, and slowly reels the victim under the globalist umbrella.
It effectively makes pawns of elected officials, rulers, and any form of governance that exists-and is accomplished by design.
In a way it can likened to the DeBeers corporation that hordes and controls the flow of diamonds-in this control DeBeers has been able to increase the value of a gem that is far more abundant than numerous other “precious” stones.
The IMF in gaining control of a nations resources is able not only to control the flow and price of those resources within that country but- also globally.
What costs a dollar today in an open free market economy could cost ten tomorrow in the vision the IMF has. By free market economy I do not mean or advocate for one that excludes regulation or safety standards, but one in which there is an equal playing field not dominated by corporate or banking interests.
No one can deny that struggling nations should be helped, it is in the best interests of not only the nation itself but bordering neighbors, and possibly the world at large-but assisting and raiding are entirely different matters.
The IMF is a global serial rapist whose intent is to have it all, and as their influence increases so to will their offenses-their crimes against humanity.
Global monetary policies and manipulations are not a cure all for what ails the world economy-they are undertaken with the intent to stabilize and secure additional wealth for those who sit atop the financial pyramid-anything that happens to fall off the table for the rest of us is serendipity and not the result of compassion or concern-at best it is insurance that wealth, well being, power, and security continues to flow upwards.
I have stated more than once that as indigenous people we should have some understanding of this, that we do not live in a vacuum, and that our well being will be impacted by any and all events that transpire in this country and globally.
For the most part we don’t have stock portfolios, investments, or do much banking as individuals-there are those among us who by way of comparison are our version of the one percenters, elitists in their own right, and by this time we should all recognize who they are.
For the rest of us we need to concentrate on being able to sustain ourselves, to attain each and every degree of independence and self sufficiency we can-that can begin with individual or communal gardens.
One thing we should all do is avoid the banking system under any of it’s guises as much as possible. Avoid credit cards and incurring debt-if debt exists concentrate on paying it off rather than creating more.
Attend tribal council meetings en masse and demand accoutability-if money is to be received or allocated read the fine print, for it is about a lot more than whatever
immediate benefit may be in the offing. Debt and grants both come with long term
strings attached and rarely are they in anyones best interests.
The purpose of a bank, any bank, or lending institution is profit-their sustainability is the priority, they are not giving anything way or are a philanthropical entity. Community interest and participation is evaluated by a standard of profitability-nothing more and nothing less.
That is the reality and the bottom line irregardless of how they attempt to present themselves, what their mission statement is, or who their frontman is.
They want your money-and are willing to lend if overly secured to acquire it