The central banks have recently become obsessed with two things. As Zero Hedge points out, one of these objectives is climate change. The other is blockchain technology and the digitization of currency.
But why would the global central banks suddenly be obsessed with climate change and blockchain? Shouldn’t they, instead, be concerned with debt and insolvency? In this report, we take a peak behind the curtain, as we examine the connections between the United Nations, the central banks and their collaboration to usher in a new sustainable global financial system.
Instead of debating the science behind Climate Change, let’s follow the money and see who stands to gain. Rich and powerful billionaires like the Rockefellers, the Rothschilds, Bill Gates and George Soros among many others, have all thrown their weight and money behind this global agenda which, if successful, will forever change the world as we know it.
- NGFS current composition (members and observers)
- Network Greening Financial System
- Central Banks and Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS)
- Secretary-General appoints Mark Joseph Carney of Canada as his Special Envoy on Climate Action and Finance
- Secretary-General Says United Nations Must Embrace Blockchain
- Mark Carney Former Chair of FSB Governor, Bank of England
- Fifty Shades of Green
- When Central Banks Go Green
- G7 Working Group on Stablecoins
- The Federal Reserve Cartel: The Eight Families
- THE TRUTH ABOUT THE ROTHSCHILDS
- New Report Exposes Rockefeller Dynasty’s Role in “Climate” Scam
- TCFD Supporters
- About the Task Force
- Members of Standing Committee on Assessment of Vulnerabilities
- Corporations told to draw up climate rules or have them imposed
- Central Bank Digital Currencies: 4 Questions and Answers
- Stablecoins, Central Bank Digital Currencies, and Cross-Border Payments: A New Look at the International Monetary System
- Congress Considers Federal Crypto Regulators In New Cryptocurrency Act Of 2020
- Building Intelligent Supply Chains with AI,