Banksters Warn of Green Swan Collapse Unless They Get A Carbon Tax – #NewWorldNextWeek

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23-01-20 01:15:00,

Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This year:

Story #1: Russian Reforms – Is Putin Planning for His Successor?
https://bit.ly/2Gdy9b1

Transcript: Putin’s Address to the Federal Assembly
https://bit.ly/2Ghw3Hc

The Russian Prime Minister Resigns And No One Knows Why
https://bit.ly/37jHFFr

Meet Xi Jinping, President For Life (Mar. 25, 2018)
https://bit.ly/37k5s8r

Story #2: The Green Swan – BIS Urges Climate Action to Prevent a New GFC
https://bit.ly/2GlqJT7

Climate Emergency: Lagarde Says ECB Must Step Up Action (Dec. 3, 2019)
https://bit.ly/2Gi1pgR

UN Appoints Mark Carney to Help Finance Climate Action Goals (Dec. 1, 2019)
https://bit.ly/2RIp4MP

Story #3: Leaked Proposal Shows EU Considering 5-Year Ban On Facial Recognition
https://bit.ly/37loWJI

Hundreds of US Police Departments Using “Dystopian” Face Recognition App
https://bit.ly/2RmND37

Michael Maharrey on Facial Recognition Pushback
https://bit.ly/38sBPSk

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“Banksters vs. Slaves & 5G Depopulation Agenda” – Mads Palvig | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

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03-03-19 01:33:00,

A former succesful and ambitious Investment Banker who turned Whistleblower, MADS PALSVIG, has now become a controversial and outspoken Politician in Denmark. He is the founder of a very alternative political party called “JFK21” ~ “Earth Freedom Knowledge”, and has been revealing conspiracy secrets about hidden agendas orchestrated by elite “banksters” and members of secret societies, who “run the world” behind the scenes.

In this dynamic and eye-opening in-depth hard-talk interview with AGE OF TRUTH TV presenter, Lucas Alexander, Mads Palsvig is telling his surprising life story of his highly succesful life for 30 years working as an Investment Banker and Bank Trader for some of the worlds top banks, such as; Morgan Stanley, Barclays, Credit Suisse First Boston and the 2 top Danish banks, UniBank and Danske Bank. He was stationed in London and Hong Kong trading state obligations.

When he was fired without warning, possibly after asking the wrong questions to a member of The Federal Reserve, his life changed dramatically, and he began a new journey as a whistleblower. He discovered the manipulation of how money really is created, and who owns the banks, a banking cartel of top elite bloodline families, commonly known under the popular term, “The Illuminati”, and how they dictate the policies of the world: Who gets rich or not, the political system and the mainstream media. Mads Palsvig says that `depopulation´ is the main goal of the elitists behind “The New World Order”.

SELECTED TOPICS DISCUSSED:

– The Money Creation. Inside trading and the manipulation of global monetary institutions.

– The Earths population aka. Debt Slaves to the global “banksters”. – Reality: Upside down of everything we know.

– Illuminati bloodline families and The New World Order. – Depopulation of 95% of the people on Earth.

– The Federal Reserve & The Council Of Foreign Relations. – Mind Control and Televison/Media lies.

– DONALD TRUMP and his plan to “drain the swamp”.

– Trump vs. Hillary Clinton.

– Elections and the political system.

– The Yellow Vests.

– Freedom of speech vs. Hate Speech.

– Feminism and the Gender Agenda. – 5G – the big threat to humanity. A.I. (Artificial intelligence).

– Child trafficking and dark rituals.

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Banksters Hate the Free Market — Steemit

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12-01-19 07:21:00,

by James Corbett
corbettreport.com
January 12, 2019

It’s no secret that governments hate the free market. At its base, every single government tax, license, regulation and restriction is an implicit rebuke of the idea that humans should be able to interact freely with those around them.

This is old news to my long-term readers, but it bears repeating because many have been duped by the purveyors of socialist dogma to believe that free interactions between sovereign individuals is a scourge that must be eradicated. Because, you see, the fact that food, clothing, shelter, health care and the means of production don’t magically rain from the sky into the lap of every person on the planet means that any attempt to exchange your skills and services with another in return for compensation is slavery. (No, this is not an analogy, it’s LITERAL SLAVERY, guys!)

The words “free market” have become so tainted in modern economic discourse that their very mention tends to evoke a slew of supposedly related and equally hated terms. “Capitalism” and “big business” and “banker” are thrown together in a stew with “free market” so that anyone who talks positively about voluntary transactions between free people in a positive manner is obviously a poor-hating fat cat who lights his cigars with $100 bills and dines on the tears of beggars.

But here’s a puzzler for the socialists in the crowd: Why is it that the very banksters that they so rightfully rage against are in fact their biggest allies in the fight against the free market?

I know this perfectly straightforward observation will come as a shock to some of my readers, so let’s break it down.

As I’ve already stated, we know that the very raison d’être of government is to undermine, skew, and otherwise hamper free exchange among its citizens. Government, after all, is a claim of ownership over a geographical territory by a cartel of crooks. That claim (according to the cartel and its defenders) gives the mafia the right to set rules for and impose restrictions on the inhabitants of that region. To understand how the gang of crook wields this power over the free market,

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Banksters HATE The Free Market : The Corbett Report

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12-01-19 01:40:00,

It’s no secret that governments hate the free market. At its base, every single government tax, license, regulation and restriction is an implicit rebuke of the idea that humans should be able to interact freely with those around them.

This is old news to my long-term readers, but it bears repeating because many have been duped by the purveyors of socialist dogma to believe that free interactions between sovereign individuals is a scourge that must be eradicated. Because, you see, the fact that food, clothing, shelter, health care and the means of production don’t magically rain from the sky into the lap of every person on the planet means that any attempt to exchange your skills and services with another in return for compensation is slavery. (No, this is not an analogy, it’s LITERAL SLAVERY, guys!)

The words “free market” have become so tainted in modern economic discourse that their very mention tends to evoke a slew of supposedly related and equally hated terms. “Capitalism” and “big business” and “banker” are thrown together in a stew with “free market” so that anyone who talks positively about voluntary transactions between free people in a positive manner is obviously a poor-hating fat cat who lights his cigars with $100 bills and dines on the tears of beggars.

But here’s a puzzler for the socialists in the crowd: Why is it that the very banksters that they so rightfully rage against are in fact their biggest allies in the fight against the free market?

I know this perfectly straightforward observation will come as a shock to some of my readers, so let’s break it down.

“What? The banksters hate the free market? Say it ain’t so, James.” Oh, it’s so. Find out all the details about the central bank’s fight against freedom in this week’s edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber.

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