Soros Proposes Marshall Plan Coup For Africa Via EURO Devaluation

Only two US Presidents in history have been impeached;  Bill Clinton and Andrew Johnson.  Nixon resigned before impeachment processes could be initiated.   Clinton was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice when he lied to a grand jury and then attempted to force others to lie on his behalf.   Johnson was impeached for dismissing his secretary of war without judicial process through the senate.

Clinton was acquitted by the Senate despite the fact that he admitted his guilt.  Johnson was also acquitted.

Technically, no President has ever been impeached.  I imagine it is more about the preservation of legacy and the government pension than one of innocence. 

When Hillary was in the running for President there was much talk about whether she would pardon all her crimes.   The consensus was that Constitutionally, there is no reason she could not pardon her crimes, she could not pardon her impeachment because that is under the rule of the senate and house.  After impeachment, a President would be subject to trial and judgment, at that point he no longer holds the powers of President and can not pardon himself.   However, any crimes committed prior to an impeachment can be pardoned under Article II, Section 2.

Why is this relevant?   Soros does not sit still.   Apparently, the media is glutinously reporting on frivolous news, while the real stories remain obscured.  Censorship has been in effect for decades, we have only just become aware.

It is the preamble for why the Maxine Waters of the world screech for impeachment, because only then would Trump be subject to potential trial and judgment.  And only then can the US be saved for the advent of the Socialist regime change.

So while the New York Times splashes a politically devisive statement that “Trump and His Lawyers Embrace A Vision of Vast Executive Power”, they ignore the global implications of Soros new agenda for Europe and Africa.   Of course, the purposeful folly of Alice in Wonderland scavenger hunts while massive economic spins are being unraveled is an age old tactic employed by The Swamp as administered by the Swamp Master – Soros.. 

Could it be that while the world turns, the media is left spinning “Un-News”? 

In the midst of the trade imbalances currently being negotiated, Vladimir Putin has announced that Soros intends to manipulate Euro volatility.   Multiple outcomes would be generated.   A devalued Euro increases EU exports and reduces sovereign debt burdens.   It would also have the effect of increasing US trade deficits.  But devaluing a currency can also trigger other countries into a tit-for-tat race which could ultimately spur another recession.   In time for the 2020 election…

And thus the objective for a New Day hero to save us from ourselves – Soros.

The key is the fact that Putin said “volatility” not devaluation.  In other words, playing the forex as in trading currencies.   This year, the Euro has dropped roughly 10% with shorts reaching 43%.   The British pound is also on a downward stretch having risen significantly between May of last year and January 2018.   Trend lines indicate the bearish cycle will continue.

In a May speech before the European Council on Foreign Relations, Soros staged his ‘dire diagnosis’ for the EU which he says began as a result of the migration chaos.  Short term memory – he ordered Merkel to open Germany’s borders – and she complied.  But Soros doesn’t care about what he said – only what he says now.

Soros has a plan that he outlined to save the EU and thus the world from the current crisis that he helped create: 

He wants to institute a Marshall Plan for Africa in which the EU will ante up over $35 billion per year for an indeterminate length of time so as to build up an economically viable African nation.  In order to do this the EU must abandon the concept of ‘austerity’ and use its credit rating to borrow funds from financial entities, like Soros Fund Management, and staunch the flight of capital from emerging market currencies.

The way to finance this new debt is a devalued currency which makes the cost of existing debt – less.  Currently, Germany’s debt load costs roughly $53 billion Euro per year, France and Spain are equivalent, Italy is over 90 billion.    Devaluing the euro equates to a devalued interest burden.   Given a burden of about 250 billion per year in these four EU countries alone – a Euro currency devaluation would create 25 billion in ‘excess’ funds that Soros would allocate to Africa… via his Marshall Plan which in essence he already put into effect January 2018.

Putting tariffs on the EU countries could help mitigate the currency devaluation.   Somewhat.

The effects of the Marshall Plan implemented by the US on behalf of Europe after WWII has been much debated.   It succeeded in allowing American businesses to capitalize on government subsidies to Europe.  And it gave the US government power over the governments of Europe.

Taking control of Africa’s development is a coup of vast proportions, but Soros has never been one to do things in a small way.

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.

The Raping of Africa

While our media persist in retelling the horrific stories of Boko Haram and Al Qaeda in Africa, a truly insidious story has been lurking in the shadows. Over the last 15 years, the systematic binge buying of Africa’s most fertile land and water is raping the continent. Large swathes of Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mozambique, Ghana, Madagascar, and Sudan have been bought or leased from those country’s governments.

Who are these buyers?

The most active buyers have been the US, UK, China, Germany, and The Netherlands. But they aren’t alone, the Middle East and Canada are in on the bounty as well. One report states that there were over 1000 separate purchases between 2000 and 2010 and the frenzy is only growing.

Why?

Because Africa still has some very fertile agricultural land with underground aquifers, and regional bountiful rainfalls that can be tapped. Most of the buyers engage in farming, quickly grazing the land in preparation for laying their fields. Others exploit the land for mining. Still others grow palm oil used to make biofuel. And while the grabs may appear friendly on the face, the truth is not so pretty. The land is typically bought for next to nothing, pennies per acre, the villagers that have lived on the land are uprooted and told they must vacate immediately taking what meager possessions they have, their homes are bulldozed, and their own farming livelihood evaporates completely. They are given nothing.

To date, it is estimated that the land grabs have divested Africa of 5% of its total land, or 70 million hectares which translates to over 173 million acres. There have been a spattering of incidences in which local farmers were beaten or killed for trying to resist giving up the land. Human Rights Watch has reported on incidences in which up to tens of thousands of locals were forcibly relocated as a result of a ‘land grab’. In Africa, most of the land is owned by the government which adds to the lacking oversight, corruption, and feeble resistance to make the agreements fair.

Unlike the photogenic pictures of smiling African farmers, the truth is more akin to the colonization of large swathes of land for high tech agricultural companies who need slave labor. Their pockets lined, the crops are exported to other countries around the world.

Refugee camps are swelling with displaced people, some fleeing skirmishes and war, others fleeing drought, and still others displaced by land grabs. Most refugee camps are on arid dry land, unusable for anything. Water is scarce and opportunity is dead.

Many of the land grabs are legal, the land technically owned by the government despite the fact that the farmers have been working the land and living on the land for twenty or thirty years. It then becomes an ethical question. Given that many of the Foundations that claim extensive ‘charitable’ work in Africa, the truth is much more cloudy. Are Africans benefiting? Are they really taught sustainable ways to care for themselves? Or are they becoming slave labor, cotton pickers, and tools for the wealthy to become – more wealthy?

Agriculture land and water are the new gold. As countries across the world grapple with future food shortages, they look to Africa and Asia’s carcass to support their economy and growing populations. The Netherlands faces climate change and rising ocean levels. But they also see opportunity that equates to $$$. The grabs have little to nothing to do with helping the impoverished and hungry in Africa and Asia, and everything to do with self preservation. In addition because there are no restrictions in place, these buyers can virtually do whatever they want. Including the use of heavy pesticides.

For example:

A Norwegian investor bought a 99-year lease for 179,000 hectares in South Sudan at an annual cost of just $0.07 a hectare ( one hectare = about 2.47 acres).

In 2013 the Clinton Foundation signed an agreement with the Tanzanian government whereby they promised to provide new ‘seeds’ to the farmers that will increase the use of fertilizers and pesticides and decrease the need for “God’s” rain.

The New Alliance For Food Security and Nutrition, an organization funded by the EU and the US states on its website that it brings together investors who want to buy or lease African land with their respective government. Of course, the website portrays a picture of progress and happy faces, but in reality it is a simply a conduit for making deals and making money.

According to the International Institute for Environment and Development: land disputes can become violent. The crops are exported with little benefit to Africa’s poor. Displaced refugees add to Africa’s plight. Without proper regulations in place, the large Agra companies have little incentive to consider the future of these people, water supplies, or food for the hungry.

It is a sad commentary of greed and fear, of little to no compassion, and of selfish desires.