Copenhagen & United Nations – World Government, Money Laundry and Redistribution Fraud Part 3

The key players in the Money laundering and redistribution Fraud of the UN are as follows:

African Countries and representatives of the African Continent

You might ask, what do they have to do with all of that? From January to November those countries run from one putsch to the next, one dictator supersedes the next one.

In mid November when the countdown to Christmas is opened and the hearts of the Christians are filled with love and compassion, Right on time, the ongoing Genocide stops and we are swamped with pictures of poor suffering babies and women to seduce us to donate. And yet there are many, many real poor countries, Africa is the world champion in collecting donations.

Private donations – Private people in the rich countries collect per year an average of 5 Million Dollars – This makes about 30 Countries who are participating in the private collection – 150 Million Dollars every year. This has been going on since the 60’s which gives us a rough estimate of approximately 7.5 Billion Dollars in private donations. With this money help organizations claim to buy food, medics, and construction materials. The distribution is going through UN channels and 65% of the Cash disappears in unknown channels. Another 30% ends up officially stolen by the Warlords where the UN, I am sure takes it cut from the black-market profit of those goods, and the remaining 5% actually ends up at the victims door.

That makes a total of approximately 4.9 Billion Dollars in almost 50 years of Private Donations administered by the UN.  WHERE IS THE MONEY?

And this is only in the private sector. How about the official payments demanded in those summits.  

The G8 (G20) meet 4 times a year and the Climate Gate Summit is once a year that makes a total of 5 Meetings.

In every meeting you do not see Asians or any other poor countries, no, only the African Countries show up with their colorful traditional clothes and traditional dances permanently demanding money and credit cuts.

Why does a continent that performs Genocide become a credit anyway, if not to buy weapons to maintain the war?

In all five summits are agreements of debt reduction and direct donations to Africa.

The debt cuts allow African countries to apply for more credit, just to assure in the next summit that these very same credits are cut again. In addition to the credit cuts they demand direct donations in the Billions by the western civilized world.

Putting a number to it we are talking about an average of 30 Billion Dollars every year since 1975 this makes a total of 1Trillion 20 Billion Dollars through 2009. That number is not too high since the European Union just made an agreement of 15 Billion Dollars for the official third world countries (98% goes to Africa) alone at the Copenhagen summit.

Now add the 1 Trillion 20 Billion Dollars officially, plus an additional 7.5 Billion Dollars from Private donations which is a grand total of 1.27.5 Trillion Dollars. Now consider that 60% of the money disappears in unknown channels, only 5% actually goes to the people, and the rest ends up as food, Construction Materials, or prescription drugs purchased by UN affiliated company’s that ends up on the black market ( ).

Germany and Austria received a 100 Million dollar credit after WW2, also known as the Marshal Plan. That would equal an amount of approximately 1.5 Billion Dollars today – both countries have paid off their debt in full, including interest as of 2 years ago, and yet both of them belong to the richest industrial countries in the world.

Africa, on the other hand has no economy or industry what so ever. After over a Trillion dollars in donations they have nothing to show for it except Genocide and state of the art weapons that some western countries would love to have. And yet Africa is never forced to pay back anything or show any progress.

Responsible for the distribution of the finances and the credit reduction is the World Bank and the United Nations. And the UN is not accountable to anyone. There is no controlling the United Nations. Every criticism is washed away.

A third of this money comes from the United States of America. Imagine how we could lower our deficit by using that money for ourselves.


 The World Bank

 The World Bank was established in 1945 to provide leverage loans to developing countries for a capital program. The World Bank is strongly affiliated with the United Nations and now participating in more than 31 worldwide activities that have nothing to do with the traditional banking areas. For example: Conflict development, Environment, Gender, Health – Nutrition and Population, Information/Computing and Telecommunication, Law and Justice, Mining, Labor and social protection, Private Sector and so forth ( ). All areas where I ask myself what does that have to do with banking.

 The European Union

The European Union was originally founded as an economical counterbalance to the free enterprise, U.S. Market, and trade organization system. Today, The European Union has 27 members, a combined currency, and their own defense force as a military counterpart to NATO. The European Union is strongly undercut in socialist principles where even the Christian conservatives are more or less having socialist agendas. The idea is the total control of every aspect of life, economy, and personal living. The European ideal is a centralized government that is in total control, including the media.

They control the media by undercutting them through credits. All banks are one way or the other in governmental control, and since every company lives off of bank loans and credits the governments use this opportunity to infiltrate the media so they can transport their indoctrination of socialism to the people. Another stronghold of the EU is the socialist Medicare that forces citizens to give away their private information.

The European Union has 2 headquarters and is strongly represented and connected in and with the UN.

 The United States of America

The United States was founded on the principles of freedom and prosperity through hard work, as opposed to the European Union who believes in redistribution and punishment of hard work. The U.S. has always played a major role in the UN. Every time the UN has produced troubles in another country, or was diplomatically unable to solve a problem, they ask the United States to become the World’s Police force, on demand. However, once we solve the problem the UN and the EU blame us for our alleged “Imperial Interests”.

But the truth is we have the right to benefit first, once we have solved the problem.

The UN claims that we (The Unites States) owe them years of membership fees (yes it is true; in addition to all the donations we still pay membership fees). But let us do a little more math here. Considering what we owe the UN and what the UN owes us, for all the military actions we have performed under the UN Flag, the United Nations would owe us so much money we could reduce our Federal Deficit by 15 to 20%.

Those are 4 of the 5 major Key players the UN needs in order to control the world as Shadow Government. The UN itself, how this organization operates and controls and maintains its power, will be shown in my final Blog. And I will show you interesting facts there.


One response

  1. Michaela Brandner | Reply

    Wow, wenn man die Zahlen so vor Augen geführt bekommt, müsste eigentlich Afrika ein sehr reiches Land sein, noch dazu, wo Afrika keinen Cent zurück bezahlen muss. Ist es aber nicht und wie du richtig bemerkt hast, gerade in der Weihnachtszeit wird mehr und mehr um Spenden für Afrika gebeten und die Geldtasche sitzt genau in dieser Zeit immer sehr locker und jeder will spenden.
    Ob Österreich ein so reiches Land ist, wie es nach außen hin ausschaut, mag ich zu bezweifeln. Trotzdem kann Österreich nicht bankrott gehen, solange die Wirtschaft floriert und die Steuern bezahlt werden.
    Ich weis nicht, ob es von Bedeutung ist, aber Amerika war erst nach den Angriff auf Pearl Harbor im WW2 involviert. Vorher hat man zugesehen – wie so jede andere Nation auch – und gedacht, lassen wir den Hitler doch einmal tun. Erst als die Japaner in einer heimtückischen Art und Weise Pearl Harbor angegriffen haben, war Amerika im 2. Weltkrieg. Danach hat man die Vereinten Nationen gegründet. Natürlich ruft man die Vereinten Nationen und im direkten Wege Amerika an, wenn es irgendwo auf der Welt brennt, weil man natürlich den großen Bruder im Westen lieber hat als den Kleinen im Osten, der uns schon mal den Gashahn abdreht, wenn es sein muss. Aber Österreich darf nach außen hin nicht operieren, deshalb auch die Neutralität. Aber zurück zum eigentlichen Thema – Klimaschutz und der große Spendenaufruf der Nationen in Kopenhagen: Präsident Obama wird erst am Freitag in Kopenhagen – so weit meine Informationen – erwartet. Vorher werden noch Verhandlungen zwischen den einzelnen Ländern geführt und natürlich werden wieder alle EU-Staaten Geld für die afrikanischen Länder hergeben, die in kleinen Delegationen vertreten sind. Doch glaube ich, ist hier da Thema verfehlt, weil offiziell hat Afrika keine wirklich große Industrie. Die größe Industrie besitzen Japan und China, was ist mit diesen Ländern – warum bittet man nicht diese Länder zur Kasse. Hier sollte man ansetzen. Natürlich ist die Produktion in diesen Ländern viel billiger als in Europa, aber der Transport der Ware nach Asien und retour nach Europa kostet extrem viel Geld. Das Argument die Arbeitskräfte sind viel billiger lasse ich nicht gelten. Warum bindet man diese Ländern nicht mehr in das Weltgeschehen ein und warum verhängt man über diese Länder keine Sanktionen. Klimaschutz hin oder her, da wird darüber verhandelt, ob die Inselstaaten den Temperaturanstieg nicht um 2°C erhöhen dürfen, aber nicht darum, was die eigentliche Ursache von diesem Temperaturanstieg ist. Unsere Industrie stößt jeden Tag Giftgase in die Atmosphäre, aber dagegen tun will man nicht wirklich etwas. Ich denke, der Klimaschutz in Kopenhagen geht am Thema vorbei. Thema sollte sein, was können wir tun, um unser Klima nicht weiter mit Giftstoffen zu belasten und nicht, welchen Staat können wir noch mehr Spenden zukommen lassen. Das ist nicht die richtige Art und Weise. Afrika hat – und ich denke deine Zahlen sind gut recherchiert und genau berechnet – schon extrem viel Geld bekommen und man sollte nicht weiter gewillt sein, Geld in dieses Land zu stecken, welches wiederum nur für Putschversuche (gescheiterte oder erfolgreiche), Krieg und Zerstörung verwendet wird. Es sollte für die Bevölkerung und den Aufbau der Staaten dienen und wenn Afrika dieses Geld aus Eigenem aufbringen muss und zurück bezahlen muss, geht vielleicht dann endlich mal ein Ruck durch die afrikanischen (Nicht-)Politiker, Bevölkerung und der kleinen aber doch vorhandenen Anzahl von reichen Afrikanern und man beginnt umzudenken. Es kann nicht sein, dass man ständig gutes Geld dem schlechten Geld nachwirft!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: