The Prime Objectives
The New World Order
Final Kingdom of Daniel 2
It is clear from the following articles that the plan of those who control the world’s banking system is to cause the economy to disintegrate to a level that the people will be ready and willing to accept a new ONE WORLD CURRENCY. The current huge spending will create huge inflation so that the various currencies of the world will become nearly worthless. That is why the world banking system is literally FORCING countries to spend, spend spend—to cause the intended INFLATION! Then the populations of the world will be willing to accept a new world currency because their current currencies will be worth little to nothing! Remember the German Mark during WWII, and how it took a wheelbarrow full of Marks to buy a loaf of bread?! That is what we are headed for, and when that point is reached, a new world currency will be foisted on the peoples of the world. They will gladly accept a currency that is worth a little more than their long trusted currency.
The above stated goal is just one of the objectives of the “powers that be” that are in control of the world via finances. The other is world socialism, whereby everything is being taken under their centralized control. It is much easier to control the world that way. It simplifies things for them, eg. One World Bank, One World Religion, and One World day of worship.
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Bank of China Ltd., the world’s third-largest lender by market value, received initial government approval for its delayed 236 million-euro ($322 million) investment in La Compagnie Financiere Edmond De Rothschild, two people with knowledge of the matter said. The purchase of a 20 percent stake in the Paris-based asset manager was endorsed by China’s State Council ahead of an April 1 deadline, the people said, declining to be identified because the matter is private. Bank of China expects to get a response from the government “very soon,” President Li Lihui said today. Bank of China was forced to extend an original Dec. 31 deadline for the deal, announced in September, after failing to get state approval. The move may be a sign the Chinese government is easing curbs on overseas acquisitions by financial firms that were imposed after almost $10 billion of losses on investments, including in Morgan Stanley and Barclays Plc.