Economy a “systematic failure”, says UN.
United Nations chief, Antonio Guterres, yesterday denounced what he called an “outdated” financial system following a briefing — one that is getting worse due to increasing debt woes in every country.
According to the Secretary-General, half our world is sinking into a development disaster, fuelled by a crushing debt crisis, and action must be taken to change this.
“Some 3.3 billion people — almost half of humanity — live in countries that spend more on debt interest payments than on education or health,” he lamented.
3.3 billion, you say?
Funny how those numbers always seem to add up to numbers like this.
Now, I’m not necessarily the biggest supporter of capitalism. Mainly due to the fact we have never really ever experienced real market capitalism, just corpocracy where the game is rigged at the highest levels.
Rigged by the same power interests that are condemning this system, because they envision another transformation in order to gain further power and control.
But let’s not focus on the mega-corporations that pay no tax and manipulate the marketplace.
No, it’s the entire financial system, mostly the lowest levels, that must be changed.
“3.3 billion people is more than a systemic risk. It is a systemic failure.”
A ‘failure’ that, much like the end of the Gold Standard to fiat currency last century, needs a shift again.
According to the UN report cited, A World of Debt, total public debt across all countries reached $92 trillion last year, a five-fold increase on the year 2000.
Yes, despite a massive transferral of wealth to developing countries with trade agreements like the Lima Declaration over the decades, it seems, the world is still an uneven playing field that is sinking together.
Why is that, hmm?
Because the money never reached them, it was rather taken by the middle-man. It was a scam all along to drag us down to their levels, not bring them up to our levels of living standards.
When are World Vision set to release their multi-million dollar ads on TV calling for more money?
You get my point.
But what does Guterres say is causing all of this?:
“It is one result of the inequality built into our outdated global financial system, which reflects the colonial power dynamics of the era when it was created,” he said in the statement shared above.
Ah yes, the old ‘we must tear down the old world’ that is ‘systematically wrong’ newspeak.
Key word: Outdated.
With CBDCs waiting around the corner, it is not surprising that the rejection of the current system — a system that was upset by tainting spider web of globalism — is now being called ‘outdated’ by the UN.
The same system that gave Guterres that cushy little job and nice house he has, mind you.
Driving the agenda of the shadow world government, unelected off-shore bodies, that have worked for many years (since the former League of Nations) to infiltrate countries like Australia.
The United Nations condemns the state of affairs in our world financial system, and the media ignore the fact that policy-making decisions have all been completely influenced by this organisation since it began.
For decades, they have shaped the strategies of countries towards further incorporation with each other, knowing full well that as soon as a crisis hits, this end of sovereignty means everyone falls at one.
Australia contributes financially to the United Nations through timely payment of its “assessed share” of the regular budget, currently 1.51% of the total, and through payments to various UN agencies.
Maybe we should stop giving them money to fix our budgets?
But one thing we should all be wary of is the reality of patterns.
In October 2019, just months before the ‘coronavirus’ was first officially ‘discovered’, the United Nations called for a complete overhaul of the world’s trade systems in similar fashion.
Could we soon see in a matter of months a similar ‘shakeup’ that comes along to ‘facilitate’ calls?
Either way, the UN continues to wrap their tentacles around the world with treaties, guidelines, classifications and more. Just recently, a new treaty was signed to further control the open seas:
In the future, in similar ways, this organisation hopes to act as the issuer of directives for the international totalitarian state, reporting on rations for food, water and other resources.
All to ‘save the planet’, of course.
Read more about how world bodies like the United Nations have, and are, transforming Australia:
We shall wait and see where this crazy rollercoaster continues to go.
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