This week the BIS (Bank of International Settlements- the central bank of central banks) admitted that they are planning for “total control”.

I have written many times that all central banks have to have a CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency) by 2025. This is mandated by the BIS and will most likely be time that they will attempt that “total control”.

Since they are the BIS, you may be assuming that they just want control of the monetary system which is the source of their wealth and power. I believe you would be sadly mistaken.

They (central banks) are using their monopoly of conjuring up “money” out of nowhere to buy virtually all assets.

Many are aware of bond buying programs to allegedly keep rates low and asset values elevated. What many are likely NOT aware of, however, is the tremendous leverage that gives them for those that get over-extended and can’t pay. In Greece they were able to take over many national treasures and Greece is still in debt up to their eyeballs with no end in sight. Many are aware that many central banks have become nothing more than some of the largest hedge funds in the world (Example: Swiss National Bank, Bank of Japan, etc.)

Not only are central banks buying stock BUT more importantly they are buying mortgage-backed securities that would eventually make THEM owners of any real estate that defaults. They are buying junk bonds that will likely be morphed into stock ownership once the bonds default and all stock, preferred stock and non-secured bondholders get wiped out leaving the central bank as owner of said company WITHOUT the encumbrance of ANY debt.

Let’s remember who owns the central banks. It is BANKS. The major banks.

Wall Street on Parade just released an article that shows that JP Morgan Chase is buying critical infrastructure across the globe while appearing to not be involved in ownership. Bill Gates is out there buying farmland- it is reported that he is the largest owner of farmland in the USA.

Blackrock is buying so much stock that they are stacking the board of directors at many public companies and are calling the shots. Exxon Mobil is one of those companies. This is reminiscent of what has happened in Mexico and Venezuela when political insiders who knew NOTHING about running an oil producing entity took over and production fell through the floor. This resulted in a huge shortfall not only of production but national income.

Is there any surprise that the messages from major corporations are VERY similar? Like climate change, CRT, etc.?

Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum said: “You will own nothing and you will be happy”. It appears the plan is in place for only a few to own all of the assets but somehow I’m not buying the “you’ll be happy” part.

In the places where there is the most poverty and where the situation is most dire (Cuba, South Africa, Venezuela, Zimbabwe) we are seeing what happens when people are starving. As Gerald Celente says: “When people lose it all- they lose it!”. We are seeing it manifest itself here in our inner cities and my guess is we haven’t seen anything yet.

Wake up folks! And Be Prepared!

I believe this is just getting started!

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