Some 2,500 million people or 28% of the total population of the Earth, live on the margins of financial products and services. This group covers three quarters of the world’s poor and a large group of individuals living in rural areas. These people, despite their good or bad economic situation, are what many call ‘financially independent’ because they are free from the chains of the global banking system.
But their independence may not last long if the World Bank has its way. The globalist entity has called for measures of “inclusion” for this group of over 2 billion persons, which according to reports would begin by reducing the costs of using banking services and streamlining documentation requirements.
One thing is clear, banks want no one to be free from their chains, which is why the Western military industrial complex continues to invade Middle Eastern and African non-aligned nations that run their affairs independent from the global financial system. At this point in the 21st century, the global bankers cannot imagine having nation-states that function outside their ring of power, without debt and without a financial crisis.
Experts at the World Bank also believe that the financial entities should minimize the inconvenience caused by the gap between the potential users of financial services and the banks themselves so that the global banking system can ‘help’ them with their savings, insurance, payments or credits, for example. That is why it is more common to see an ATM machine on the side of a dusty road near a town where people don’t even have running water or to facilitate banking services through mobile devices to people who barely know how to write and read.
According to the Wold Bank, governments must be responsible for providing the conditions so banks can reach out to the people who, until now, have not used banking services. Governments need to implement public policies to engage those who live their lives with zero debt, through initiatives that promote “safe and effective savings”. One would think that if these people needed financial services or cash machines in order to run their lives, they would seek them by themselves.
Behind the World Bank’s initiative to grab every single penny that exists there is the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which finances a project called the Global Findex. It is a list of with 41 indicators on banking habits that is supposed to be updated in 2014 and in 2017. The grant given by the tax-exempted philanthropic organization that also finances the development of genetically modified organisms and vaccination campaigns all over the world, will be available for 10 years. The total provided to carry out the project amounts to 2,243 million euros that will be spread across more than 50 nations.
The Global Findex Project received the consent of the banking entities to track transactions and the use of banking services. The promoters of the project say it helps assess how financial services “facilitate economic growth and reduce income inequality.” A supposedly inclusive financial system “allows poor people to smooth their consumption and insure themselves against the many economic vulnerabilities they face.”
The word inclusive means it allows the banks to literally know everything about their customers financial habits by tracking every single expense down to a penny. “Recognizing the need for better data to support the financial inclusion agenda, the World Bank’s Development Research Group, with a 10-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, has constructed the Global Financial Inclusion (Global Findex) database.” That is all, a worldwide database centrally controlled by banking entities who as the song says get to know “what you have for breakfast and what you’ve hidden in the mattress.”
Anyone with a minimum level of wisdom and a clear understanding that the bankers are solely responsible for the global financial crisis, would be able to discern that this move to “include” is actually a step forward to enslave a significant portion of the world’s population, who so far has managed to live a life free from the chains of the global financial mafia.
Luis R. Miranda is the Founder and Editor of The Real Agenda. His 16 years of experience in Journalism include television, radio, print and Internet news. Luis obtained his Journalism degree from Universidad Latina de Costa Rica, where he graduated in Mass Media Communication in 1998. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcasting from Montclair State University in New Jersey. Among his most distinguished interviews are: Costa Rican President Jose Maria Figueres and James Hansen from NASA Space Goddard Institute. Read more about Luis.