Africa Land Grabs and Agenda 2030 – A UN Ponzi Scheme

The UN is attempting to fund the African Land Grabs through the implementation of Agenda 2030 and Agenda 2063 utilizing public, government and private money that they call ‘wealth redistribution’ or simply ‘sharing’.  

While Nero watched – The Roman Empire Burned…  And while we have been diverted by media silliness, Africa has been bought and sold to the highest bidders and is now the target of multi-national corporations as they seek to reap her rewards through a series of UN Agendas.

And the new micro-lending platform is – crypto currency!  Which explains why suddenly Soros has done a complete about face and started investing in this voodoo money.  But he isn’t alone by any means.  FinComEco, a British firm employing former Ministers and Bankers has been accumulating crypto loans.  American International Agriculture Group is busily setting up shop in Algeria.  GMEX Group, Blockchain Commodities, Chinese companies, all see the potential ravaging to be gained.

Within their chain of companies they provide genetically engineered seeds, and genetically enhanced animals which they sell to the impoverished farmers that have been displaced by the Land Grabs with money generated by the UN in its programs to end poverty and ‘share the wealth’ while creating lending bubbles and high interest rates of return – temporarily – until the swap bubble bursts.  WHEW!

The first Africa Agenda was introduced in 1992 under the surname, Rio Declaration on Environment and Development.  It generated a lot of attention, but failed to do anything despite its grandioso plugging. The UN simultaneously created the Kyoto Protocol after the Montreal Protocol was a valueless failure in 1987.

The Montreal Protocol was supposed to protect the ozone layer.  After a bunch of countries signed on, it was considered a huge success!  The Kyoto Protocol was created in 2005 to fight Global Warming through the reduction of greenhouse emissions.  The US never ratified this agreement and Canada, Russia, Japan and New Zealand withdrew in 2012.  The UN is busily making Agendas and Protocols, but the agenda would seem to be to further their agenda…more than anything else.

What these nice squeaky Protocols did create was a market derivative scheme called “Emissions Trading”.  Permit credits to pollute are sold and traded like a commodity.   The largest program is the European Union Emission Trading Scheme.  They even have a spot market where they can buy futures and options internationally.   California has it own such trading market, as does the US, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland and the UK.

Follow the Money.

Therefore, we can assume that these UN Agendas will create pockets of trading wealth as well for masses of large corporations.  With the land grabs effectively concluded in Africa, the next agenda was to get government money to fund the infrastructure for the corporate agriculture tracts. Climate Change, the Paris Agreement was supposed to fill that void of funding need, but seemed to fall on its face.  Hence the UN needed to create Agenda 2030 and Agenda 2063 for the purpose of creating heartfelt needs to end ‘poverty’ in Africa through wealth ‘sharing’.

Who has signed on to these Agendas?  The UN and African Union leaders.   The African Union Leaders just recently unveiled their brand new headquarters in Ethiopia that cost $200 million and was built by and gifted by – China.  Although record keeping of land leases in Africa are scarce, it is estimated that China now holds as much as 100 million hectares of agriculture land.

Of course the African Leaders don’t mind China taking over their country at all because a good portion, if not all the money is pocketed and transferred to offshore accounts like the Panama Paper Caper.

Land Grabs have also been concluded in South America where Soros and Gates purchased large swathes for production purposes.

Owning the world’s food and water supply is a heady agenda.  Using the UN to grab money from governments, aka taxpayers, to fund their products that they will later sell at a premium to the taxpayers that funded them – is even headier.  I’m sure they are laughing all the way to the bank…

OIL – Black Gold looking more like Silver

In the midst of troops deploying to Syria, an escalating war that appears to be headed to engulf the entire Middle East, terrorism, ISIS, and Global Warming…. what has been happening to OIL?

Black gold?

Well, it’s looking more like silver than gold at $40 a barrel and steadily declining.

Normally, when there is war and strife and unrest in the Middle East, oil prices rise in response to a possible shortage. Yet, this time, oil continues to decline. Why is now different?

The are multiple reasons but a few headlines are most noteworthy: OPEC and the Saudi Production.  The Saudis depend on oil for their revenue and the lower oil falls, the more they need to sell to make up for the difference in price.   So, what to do?  They step up production. Sound obvious?

In actuality, the Saudis are hurting, their economy is in a freefall, they operate a 20% budget deficit, their reserves are steadily depleting, and their stock index is generating severe losses. But what are they doing to mitigate?  Not a lot.  They continue to pump more oil, to saturate the market, because it’s all they have. Asking them to stop would be asking them to commit suicide. The petrol industry accounts for 90-95% of ALL their revenue. So if they are already operating at a 20% deficit, how can they possibly absorb ‘more’?

The only way they can pull themselves out of this black spiral is to continue production, raise production and make massive changes in their reliance on oil as their main revenue source, ie Diversify.

But they have another problem – upwards of 90% of their private sector workers are foreign born, only 30-40% of working age Saudis are employed, the government subsidizes the rest. A significant drain on wealth.  But their own citizens don’t have the expertise to manage and run the oil markets, they haven’t the education.   Foreigners spend money, adding to the economy.  But the unemployed suck it back dry.

Not exactly a business model for sustained wealth.

What is their secondary market? Petrochemicals. Petrochemicals are used in the manufacture of plastics and synthetics as well as fertilizers. Monsanto owns it’s own petrochemical plant, Sterling Chemical. And with the land grabs in Africa – fertilizers, GMO’s and petrochemicals will flourish. South Africa is now the 8th largest producer of GMO’s in the world, including maize, soy and cotton.

But with hardline pressure by Monsanto and Syngenta, GMO production has increased dramatically adding Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Mali, Zimbabwe, Nigeria and Ghana – all on the African Land Grab list.

Saudi Arabia is the third largest investor/holder of land grab in Africa, second is UAE and first is US.  A win-win is the profitability of future agriculture using petrochemical fertilizers…

And while the Paris Climate Summit proposes lowering C02 emissions and toxic gasses, petrochemical pollution and GMO fertilizer pollution rage on.

Petrochemicals are THE MAIN SOURCE of Industrial air pollution. The Industrial Sector is considered the largest source of China’s smog. But the largest producers include: Basf of Germany, DOW of USA, Exxon of USA, Lyondellbasell of Netherlands, INEOS of the UK, Saudi Basic of Saudi Arabia, Formosa of Taiwan, Sumitomo of Japan, and DuPont of USA.  But these represent only the top tiers in an industry that was burgeoning with over 3000 plants worldwide but has also felt the profit bump of falling oil prices.  But while plastic and synthetic production has fallen, fertilizers expand.

And while OPEC countries continue to produce oil, further saturating the markets, other countries have pulled back, their profit margins having long ago been divested. As in the tale of the Tortoise and the Hare, running as fast as you can to the finish line doesn’t necessarily mean you win. But the Saudis have little debt, and can continue to ride the wave plodding like the tortoise, waiting for the fallout from production in other countries to peak before they plug the lid and rapidly push the pricing to potentially extraordinary levels. In the meantime, those countries that closed up shop won’t have the time to retool and will get hit hard.

But the game is not for the faint of heart. The breakeven price of production for Saudi Arabia and Russia is the same at $105, Qatar, Kuwait and UAE is $80, Iran is $130, Libya, Bahrain and Yemen is above $140, while some shale producers in the US report a breakeven as low as $24 in North Dakota.

It is not a game of chess.  Or even Tactics.  Time is the game.  Who can hold out the longest.

And, Time will tell…

Climate Summit – gaming the Africa Land Grab

Why are we giving billions to Africa to combat global warming?

Everyone seems to simply accept the notion that giving Africa billions of dollars and labeling it Climate Change Funding, will somehow actually change “Global Warming”.  It is nonsensical at best, and very devious at worst. And unfortunately, somewhat brilliant as we taxpayers pay for the infrastructure to support the Africa Land Grabs on behalf of governments and business conglomerates while they reap the profits.

In Africa, climate change has been a documented and theorized scientific phenomena for tens of thousands of years. Given there was no “industrial revolution” ten thousand years ago, it is a safe conclusion that humans had no impact on global warming whatsoever – then. So why would we think that the 4% could possibly change the direction of this natural phenomena? Because there is a hidden agenda – of course.

According to climatologists, Africa’s climate changed from a tropical grassland to desert between 8000 and 3000 B.C. That desert area that plagues the northern hemisphere of the continent remains today. While Africa’s infrastructure is poor to non-existent, the cause of this is not “Climate Change”. According to a paper released by the World Bank, the deficiencies in infrastructure are due to corruption, crime, financial markets and red tape. There is no mention of ‘global warming’. The paper goes on to say that the largest deficiency is in power – electricity for the 48 Sub-Saharan countries supporting 800 million is roughly the same as Spain’s supporting 45 million.

So why are we associating climate change with what is clearly corruption issues?

Could the land grabs of Africa over the last five years be related to the investment of billions under the guise of Climate Change/Global Warming? Power, electricity, roadways, these lacking conditions plague the land grabbers from cultivating the land at maximum efficiency, ie raping profits. How to mitigate the problem? Create a disaster, call it Global Warming, disguise funding, and poof – infrastructure for free!

In 2014, The African Climate Change Fund – a bank – was established with a contribution from Germany in the amount of 4.725 million Euro. The fund has given money to Mali, Kenya, Swaziland and Cape Verde. These same countries have been the targets of massive land grabbing by;   UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Germany, US, UK, China, Sweden, South Korea, India, Jordan, Libya, Kuwait, Egypt, and Djibouti.

In the banks 2014 annual report it stated that a sum of $660 billion would be needed to ‘meet the needs’. A hefty chunk of change that “world leaders” decided could be funded by – you and I!

The ACCF is a subsidiary managed by the African Development Bank – and Germany. Three dominate members of the UN panel which officiates the Climate Change Fund include; Jens Stoltenberg, current Secretary General at NATO and former Prime Minister of Norway; Akinwumi Desina, current President of the African Development Bank – and former VP for Alliance for A Green Revolution – a prominent Bill Gates Foundation; and George Soros, chairman of the Soros investment and financial services company. Uh-oh.

This would obviously mean that Soros has a large stake in the decision making process that determines the funding that the world will make to support the African Development Bank, and thus, The African Climate Change Fund. Which would appear to be the True agenda at the Paris Summit.

We also have the fact that NGO’s are the largest group being awarded grants and funding by the ACCF. NGO’s are typically conglomerates and individuals who prefer to remain somewhat anonymous in their business dealings while operating under the guise of some very important agenda…including such innocuous sounding organizations as “Natural Resource Governance Institute”, which is mumbojumbo speak for George Soros World Order.

This would mean that the Climate Summit has little to nothing to do with Climate and everything to do with siphoning money to prop up necessary infrastructures in Africa so as to ease the efficiency of agricultural and cash crop farming on Africa’s grab lands by foreign investors whose agenda is to maximize their profits.!    Land is cheap to free, labor is cheap, water is confiscated, infrastructure is provided for free, and voila!  Africa becomes the new raped country where fuel is exported, crops are exported and the country will be left razed, arid, and forgotten.

Because it isn’t about Africa, or the African people, it is about making money and selling ones soul.