"The Great Reset" plan by the World Economic Forum

Easy_C

Peacock
I’ve worked at one of those banks. I don’t think they’re very well equipped for what’s happening from an intellectual, finance, operational, or tech aspect.

What I suspect is going to happen is that banking will be handed over to the tech companies, meaning some combination of FB/Twitter/Microsoft for a digital currency wallet that’s tied in with your social credit profile.
 

Elmore

Kingfisher
They really are surpassing themselves with their plain sight occultism.




The artist certainly looks to be a member of a rootless group of internationalists, early life doesn't reveal much, but he's been a very busy boy for doing multiple installations in memorials of a certain irrefutable historical event, that must on no circumstances ever be questioned, debated or looked into.


 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Hummingbird
Gold Member
Came across something called the Equator Principles the other day.

a risk management framework, adopted by financial institutions, for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in projects and is primarily intended to provide a minimum standard for due diligence and monitoring to support responsible risk decision-making.

In short its a guidance body for major financial institutions (otherwise known as banks) for dealing with ESG (environment, social and governance). It has the essential aim of forcing undesirable projects out to less stable banks and eventually no bank, with the emphasis being on the environment.

We saw all this type of things going back decades with The EU. Vague groups with no official power that eventually coalesce into an unelected supra-national bureaucracy.

It also looks like these such confabs will further set a glass ceiling that will be very hard for mid-level firms to break through, leaving everything to Goldman & Co.

Interestingly there are seven Chinese banks part of it: https://equator-principles.com/members-reporting/

At a glance it looks like it could also be geared to shutting down emerging markets, as its members cover a huge chunk of the market in those countries.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
It also looks like these such confabs will further set a glass ceiling that will be very hard for mid-level firms to break through, leaving everything to Goldman & Co
Dodd Frank is already achieving that to a huge degree. The compliance costs have been slowly driving small banks to be bought up by bulge bracket and “super regionals” to keep their branches open.
 

Troller

Pelican

"A public-ownership rental option might solve this problem, at least in part. The foundation of the program would be quite simple: public ownership of housing, acquired or built with government loans—though run by local for-profit or nonprofit property managers—and rented at market prices. No saving for a down payment (or being given one by family) and no qualifying for a mortgage. The only requirements for participation in the public-ownership option would be (1) move in, and (2) pay rent.

A renter would never truly “own” her unit."
 
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Mountaineer

Pelican
Gold Member
It's clear to me that Aztecs, Mayans, all these indigenous Americans worshiped Satan really. Before the Conquista these lands were ruled by Satan. People treat the pyramids as a tourist attraction now but only few of them understand these are temples dedicated to Satan. No wonder why it's showing up in California. Today's rulers of these lands are Satan worshipers. It's the same millennia old blasphemy against Yahweh.
 
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Easy_C

Peacock
It’s obvious even to non-Christians who study the ancient pantheons that the beings across different pagan religions are the same entities. They tend to show up under different names but with the same position in the family tree and the same symbols associated with them

Including YahWheh , who is mentioned a LONG time before the Hebrew tribe existed in Cuniform tablets referring to “YHWH”
 

MilvianForce

Sparrow
“Don’t own anything” pfft. These billionaires are nuts. Most if not all. Look at how majority trat their suppliers, customers, employees etc. They don’t care. So it’s okay to amass wealth for yourselves but everyday people? No it’s bad. Here eat this lab meat, take in a fake sun, take this rushed vaccine.

I don’t get it a billion is more than enough to get everything you want in life and more yet these people are always hungry for more selling out fellow country men etc. I’m not a socialist nor a communist but God dang we need some proper cheques and balances in place. We let corporations dictate everything and it’s pathetic.
 

LeoniusD

Pelican
Obviously that is more in line with their values. Some religions were clearly Satanic. The parables in the old Testament were partly written for the followers of Baal and other human-sacrifice practicing sects which showed that the God of the Bible only asked you to be willing to sacrifice a human without actually going through with it. That was an absolute game-changer back in the day.

This comes all in increments as the ruling elite likely does what the old Aztec priests were doing. It should become more obvious in later times. Their goal is probably a world where they can freely sacrifice the peasants live on TV and no one bats an eye or cannot oppose them.
 

NoMoreTO

Ostrich
“Don’t own anything” pfft. These billionaires are nuts. Most if not all. Look at how majority trat their suppliers, customers, employees etc. They don’t care. So it’s okay to amass wealth for yourselves but everyday people? No it’s bad. Here eat this lab meat, take in a fake sun, take this rushed vaccine.

I don’t get it a billion is more than enough to get everything you want in life and more yet these people are always hungry for more selling out fellow country men etc. I’m not a socialist nor a communist but God dang we need some proper cheques and balances in place. We let corporations dictate everything and it’s pathetic.

Evil.

Avarice beyond our ability to conceptualize.

Start stacking silver. I just posted something in Inflation thread about "Bale Ins". They want everything.

On another note: The government of Canada has a program for "partial ownership" of first time buyers homes. Smells bad. Starts at 10% for your principal residence, ends at 100%

The First-Time Home Buyer Incentive makes it easier for you to buy a home and lower your monthly mortgage payments. This program is a shared equity mortgage. This means that the government shares in the upside and downside of the property value. It allows you to borrow 5 or 10% of the purchase price of a home. You pay back the same percentage of the value of your home when you sell it or within a 25-year window.

It works like this:

  • You receive a 5% incentive of the home’s purchase price of $200,000, or $10,000. If your home value increases to $300,000 your payback would be 5% of the current value or $15,000.
  • You receive a 10% incentive of the home’s purchase price of $200,000, or $20,000 and your home value decreases to $150,000, your repayment value will be 10% of the current value or $15,000. Source - First Time Canadian Home Incentive
 

Watchman72

Sparrow
Wood gasification is perfect for generating electricity. You can feed the gas to any petrol engine. Wood is renewable and it burns cleaner than petrol. It's low-tech and it's relatively easy to build your own gasifier. You can store the output in a propane tank for later use or feed it directly in a car or generator engine.
 

Watchman72

Sparrow
Solar Panels are still something I’d use. Not one of those large roof banks with the idea of running everything, but instead a smaller stand alone power bank that you can use to charge lights, fans, phones, or maybe even a water pump. That kind of setup is extremely common in rural third world areas where getting gasoline out to remote villages is rare.
Solar panels are high-tech equipment. You cannot build them yourself in your garage. The will only last for 20, maybe 30 years. You will need a solar charger (electronic circuit). EMP's might fry it and make your system worthless. You will need lead acid batteries, and batteries will only last a couple of years. You can build/rebuild batteries, but it's not an easy task. Using electricity to cook and to heat your house is VERY inefficient. Building your own wood gasifier is a much better option. It's low-tech, and you can build your own, using only powertools, a welder and some scrap metal. Your gasifier doesn't require electronics or batteries to operate, and you can store the wood gas in tanks. The gas is perfect for fueling cars, generators, and you can cook with it and heat your house. This would be my goto solution.
 

Grow Bag

Kingfisher
Russell Brand is now a Christian. He was pretty fervent about this on a podcast I heard a few weeks ago.
With his semi-woke posturing, he was such fly in the ointment of dissidents a few years ago that I stopped listening to him. So reading this I thought I'd check out a few of his latest videos and was heartened. He took apart Bill Gates, without really taking him apart. He just arranged video clips and read out some quotes that could leave nobody in any doubt about Gates. Quite impressive.
 
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