Modi is of course the prime minister of India and Yunus is a micro-lending banker in nearby Bangladesh. Häring connects these two figures with the World Bank, USAID, Citi Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Master Card, Omidyar Network (Paypal), and the United Nation Capital Development Fund which together conspire to use credit as a method to gain control and ownership over everything of worth in the world. The mafia-like scheme represents the latest capitalist class war against the poor and gullible workers of the world.
The war on cash that is currently being waged in India and other developing countries is the culmination of a "financial inclusion”-campaign originating in the US in the 1990s. The purported goal and the US institutions pushing the agenda are the same as in two earlier financial-inclusion-drives, which have been thoroughly discredited: the subprime mortgage banking frenzy in the US and the microcredit-hype around Muhammad Yunus and his Grameen Bank.