The World Bank in Ethiopia Highlights The Globalist Plan for a New World Order
Woe to them that devise iniquity, and work evil upon their beds! when the morning is light, they practice it, because it is in the power of their hand. And they covet fields, and take them by violence; and houses, and take them away: so they oppress a man and his house, even a man and his heritage.
–Micah 2:1-2 (KJV)
Funding from the World Bank has been found to be directly connected to forced relocation, as well as forced labor. An article recently published in the Huffington Post links the Bank to an Ethiopian program of forced relocation. The article says of the Anuak relocation:
Many members of the Anuak, a mostly Christian indigenous group in Gambella, have said they didn’t want to move. Anuak and their advocates say that they were pushed off their fertile lands by soldiers and policemen, and that much of the abandoned land was then leased by the government to investors. The evictions were “accompanied by widespread human rights violations, including forced displacement, arbitrary arrest and detention, beatings, rape, and other sexual violence…”
The World Bank directly contributing to the Ethiopian government’s “villagization program”, the forceful relocation of the Anuak people (mostly Christian), and the subsequent purchase of the vacated land by foreign investors, is nothing new and should not be surprising to anyone who understands global politics and the New World Order.
The World Bank is intimately connected with known and dangerous globalists. Founded by two Fabian socialists, John Maynard Keynes and Harry Dexter White, the Bank’s goal from the start has been to create a One World fiat currency printed by a global central bank (the IMF). To get an idea of who Keynes is, just read his own words:
Lenin is said to have declared that the best way to destroy the capitalist system was to debauch the currency. By a continuing process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens…Lenin was certainly right. There is no subtler, no surer means of overturning the existing basis of society than to debauch the currency. The process engages all the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner which not one man in a million is able to diagnose.
In addition to the founding members, the Presidents of the Bank are closely connected to the New World Order as well. Just take a look at the list of attendees to the secretive Bilderberg Meetings (these are meetings that many attendees deny even exist, including Hillary Clinton): the last president of the World Bank (and former managing director of Goldman Sachs), Robert B. Zoellick, attended in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012. These meetings are highly secretive and involve the highest levels of governments, banks, and corporations. Zoellick is a member of the Rockefeller-founded Council on Foreign Relations as well.
The World Bank seems to only want to focus on climate change, a problem created by the globalists themselves through the use of weather manipulation (but that will be a different report), and a large part of their solution is the relocation of populations into heavily controlled megacities. It’s easy to see the Bank’s obsession with climate change on their own website. A reading of the transcript of the Bank’s current President, Jim Yong Kim’s, speech at the CFR, also proves that climate change is by far the number one issue on the World Bank’s agenda. Directly connected with the idea of climate change is “urbanization”: the increasing population in urban areas. The UN predicts that 60% of the world population will live in cities by 2030 (by their actions through the World Bank and the IMF, this number is not a prediction, but rather something they plan to accomplish). The focus on mega cities in the context of global climate change can be seen in Arizona State University’s “Integrative Perspectives on Urbanization and Climate Change”. Where such statements are made as “the spatial organization of human populations is a central concern in any consideration of the human dimensions of global environmental change,” and, “not surprisingly, the total amount of CO2 emissions increase with county size measured in terms of total population and income, with high R-squared values suggesting that size is an important determinant of carbon footprint”. The solution provided by the Bank is so-called “sustainable urbanization”, which translates to completely controlled megacities (see this article in The Guardian for more information on that solution).
A group from the United Kingdom called Forum for the Future helps to shed light on what these megacities will look like. They are a non-profit and “work with organizations across different sectors to transform the systems they operate in” something they call “the Big Shift”. The member list at Forum for the Future reveals why we should be paying attention to them… The list includes Target, Disney, DuPont, McDonald’s. Coca Cola, Nike, and many more across the world. Its work in the United States is “a fiscally-sponsored project of Tides Center”. The Tides Center is a nonprofit that funds such projects as “The Center for Genetics and Society”, which is a project that “concerns the legacy of the U.S. eugenics movement”. Simply scrolling through the videos of Forum for the Future reveals the overall plan to cram the world’s population into megacities that are completely and utterly controlled. They have four “scenarios” (the same four-scenario idea was used by the Rockefeller Foundation) for the future of the world, using the fictional character Vee to narrate how the scenarios look in any given day. Renew-abad is a megacity in which all the vehicles are controlled by computers and the only way to get away is through virtual reality. There is a so-called “non-transition zone” in which the people who did not succumb to the completely controlled megacity are stuck there to protest endlessly. In “planned-opolis”, again there are computer-controlled vehicles. Vee says, “With this many people around I am glad there is a mega computer in charge”. Even the choice of career is not given to her kids, as the controllers choose their careers for them. Cars as we know them now are only owned by the rich in planned-opolis… And it is all in the name of trying to reach the global carbon deal. For those who don’t go along with the planned megacity, there is the “cry freedom ghetto”, a floating city disconnected from the rest of society. The locations of the planned-opolis type megacities in the United States can be seen in the “Simulated Reserve and Corridor System to Protect Biodiversity” map taken from the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, in which many areas of the country are entirely prohibited from human use.
The direct connection between the World Bank and forced relocation is nothing new. In G. Edward Griffin’s book The Creature from Jekyll Island, originally published in July 1994, he discusses this connection:
Julius Nyerere, the dictator of Tanzania, is notorious for his “villagization” program in which the army has driven the peasants from their land, burned their huts, and loaded them like cattle into trucks for relocation into government villages. The purpose is to eliminate opposition by bringing everyone into compounds where they can be watched and controlled… Yet Tanzania has received more aid per capita from the World Bank than any other nation.
In Uganda, government security forces have engaged in mass detentions, torture, and killing of prisoners. The same is true under the terrorist government in Zimbabwe. Yet, both regimes continue to be the recipients of millions of dollars in World Bank funding.
Perhaps the worst violations of human rights have occurred in Ethiopia under the Marxist regime of Mengistu Haile Mariam… Massive resettlement programs have torn hundreds of thousands of people from their privately owned land in the north and deported them to concentration-camp “villages” in the south, complete with guard towers.
What’s happening in Ethiopia is just an example of what is happening all over the world: the world bank directly funding the forced relocation of populations into heavily-controlled megacities in the name of sustainability and reducing the carbon footprint. We must resist this plan and return to a focus on property rights, land ownership, and individual liberty.
For more: The New American has been following this agenda as well and has good information and sources: