We’ve lived so long under the spell of hierarchy—from god-kings to feudal lords to party bosses—that only recently have we awakened to see not only that “regular” citizens have the capacity for self-governance, but that without their engagement our huge global crises cannot be addressed. The changes needed for human society simply to survive, let alone thrive, are so profound that the only way we will move toward them is if we ourselves, regular citizens, feel meaningful ownership of solutions through direct engagement. Our problems are too big, interrelated, and pervasive to yield to directives from on high.
—Frances Moore Lappé, excerpt from Time for Progressives to Grow Up

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

How India became Bill Gates' guinea pig: A conspiracy as recounted by the main actors

Click here to access article by Norbert Häring (Germany) from his website. 

First, by way of explanation, he uses extensive quotes from a forum organized by the US Treasury Department like the following:
Speaking for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation at the “Financial Inclusion Forum” in Washington, organized by the Treasury Department and USAID on December 1, 2015, Bill Gates said (min 17):
"min 17" refers to roughly 17 minutes into the video recording of this extensive forum which he provides a link to.

I think Häring is being too cautious about being objective by labeling his views about the Gates driven "financial inclusion" system as a "conspiracy theory". As laid out in this detailed, compelling article, it seems obvious that our financial masters of the US-led Empire see in this new system a vast potential for tracking everybody via their transactions in that part of the world they control to serve their security and profit interests at the expense of our security and material needs. By tracking transactions through US banks and financial services companies, the system would also be accessible by US "security services" like the CIA, NSA, etc.

True to form in this age of public relations newspeak, they keep telling us ordinary people (and themselves) that it is for our own good. They use phrases like the following to describe the benefits of this system to us:
  • it makes financial services to the poor better
  • can furnish financial advice to the poor
  • financial empowerment for many people
  • expand affordable and safe access to financial services
  • to help people to a brighter and more secure future
  • getting the poor out of poverty 
Also, see Engdahl's take on the cash topic in my other post today. 


  1. Thanks for these two excellent posts on currency changes, Ron.

    I just wanted to add that Aaron Russo exposed these plans in 2006-7 both in his last film, "America-Freedom to Fascism", and on an Alex Jones interview.


    However, one of Russo's last interviews was with Jones. During it, Russo describes his (former) friend Nick Rockefeller's outline of plans to do away with cash. While these links go to sites I cannot support, they are unfortunately some of the only places left to get this information. I am aware of Russo's efforts, which were totally separate from Jones and his ilk. And, I recommend his film (above), made months before he died at 64 from cancer.

    Interview video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gwcQjDhZtI
    Interview transcript: http://antimatrix.org/Convert/Books/Aaron_Russo/Reflections_and_Warnings_Full_Transcript.html

    In 2006, there was no way of predicting the ubiquitousness of "smart" phones with which the vast majority of the gullible public have leashed themselves. It is no longer necessary to implant RFID chips. People willingly carry around their phones, where the entirety of their personal information is stored. It's a simple matter in 2017 to turn off one's access to banking, phoning, texting, certain websites, etc., etc.

    As Russo explains, this is not (just) about currency, it's about total control, full spectrum dominance of the "Homeland".

    If such statements seem too radical, consider what happens when a friend's phone dies, is lost, etc. Consider how easy it would be for such a scenario as Russo's to be true. All that's required are people with power but no ethics.

  2. Thanks Carol for the very informative additional information. I've watched Russo's interview online and read parts of the transcript, and I am impressed about what he knew at that point in time. To be absolutely accurate he apparently believed or misunderstood Nick Rockefeller about implanted chips. But the banning of cash and forcing people to use plastic cards to access money in their bank account amounts to the same thing.

    Russ also said that he "learned a lot from (Nick) Rockefeller" after they became friends. Apparently Rockefeller made all kinds of crazy statements boasting about the Rockefeller control of society that Russo should not have taken quite so seriously. Russo's statements about socialism and communism indicates that he didn't understand these concepts at all. I doubt that he learned this from Rockefeller (unless the latter was leading Russo on to foolish ideas) whose class were (and are) bitter enemies of any kind of socialism.


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