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More than 50 world leaders gathered in Paris for a meeting that will have far-reaching consequences for the world, but it was largely ignored by the American media.
The "Summit for a New Global Financing Pact" was held in Paris on June 22 and 23, and 50 world leaders and representatives from NGOs and civil society organizations were invited by President Emmanuel Macron. The summit was the most recent attempt to reset the international financial system in line with the ongoing push towards the 2030 Agenda and Net Zero goals, but it received hardly any coverage in American media.
The French government has stated that the summit's goal is to "build a new contract between [the global] North and South," which will provide the participating countries with more resources to combat poverty and climate change. Joe Biden, the Fraudulent President of the United States, Olaf Scholz, the Chancellor of Germany, Rishi Sunak, the Prime Minister of Britain, and Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the President of Brazil, all attended the summit.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Open Society Foundations were among those who helped fund the summit's organization in addition to the participating heads of state.
France24 reports that after environmentalists were dissatisfied with the climate negotiations, Macron announced his intention to host the finance summit at the end of COP27 in November 2022. At that conference, participants settled on the idea of establishing a fund to compensate poor nations for climate change losses. The June meeting's agenda included discussions about how to set up the necessary funding mechanisms for this fund.
Watchman has Learned The summit's participants also hoped to modernize the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), two pillars of the international financial system.
These objectives are consistent with those recently expressed by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who called for a "new Bretton Woods moment" in reference to the infamous 1944 international agreement that established rules for governing monetary relations among independent states, including requiring each nation to guarantee the convertibility of its currency into U.S. dollars. The International Monetary Fund was born out of the Bretton Woods Accord.
A "new Bretton Woods moment" is needed in October 2020, according to IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva.
Taxing the largest polluters, especially fossil fuel companies, because of "their historic responsibility for climate chaos" is one proposal for raising the trillions of dollars needed to transform the financial system (and the world along with it). The idea of charging a tax on cargo ships has also been discussed.
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are also proposing different types of debt forgiveness for developing countries that must deal with the double burden of repaying loans from developed nations and banks like the World Bank and preventing further environmental degradation.
Lison Rehbinder, development finance advocacy officer at the CCFD-Terre Solidaire NGO, told France24 that "today, countries in crisis are forced to repay their debts to creditor states, financial institutions, and private banks," which prevents them from investing in public services or fighting climate change. According to Rehbinder, there are talks underway to include "climate disaster" clauses in loan contracts, which would temporarily halt repayment of loans.
The official "New Global Financing Pact" calls for "Building a New Consensus for a More Inclusive International Financial System" as its ultimate goal. Further commitments and discussions are anticipated to take place at "key international milestones" in 2023 and 2024, as outlined in the document.
The Agenda, as Revealed by World Leaders
Le Monde published an opinion piece with contributions from 13 of the world's top political leaders, including Macron, US President Joe Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and Brazil's Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, just days before the summit. The politicians declared in a letter that they are "urgently working to fight poverty and inequalities."
As a result of climate change, "larger and more frequent disasters" will strike, hitting the world's poor the hardest. As the quote above from the World Economic Forum puts it, "these challenges cut across borders and pose existential risks to societies and economies."
The political leaders' calls for a "just and inclusive transition" echoed the UN's standard language. They also pointed out that "poverty reduction and the protection of the planet are converging objectives" moving forward. Several times throughout the summit documents, the idea that combating global poverty is tied to the fight to protect the environment is mentioned.
Transitioning to "net zero" and achieving the Paris Agreement's goals, Macron, Biden, and others have said, "unlocks a new era of sustainable global economic growth."
They also stated that "new economic models that recognize the immense value of nature for humanity" are needed and that the New Global Financing Pact is "inspired by the historic Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework (KMGBF)".
The KMGBF was approved at the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP-15) in December 2022. The agreement "sets out an ambitious plan to implement broad-based action to bring about a transformation in our societies' relationship with biodiversity by 2030, in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its Sustainable Development Goals," according to the text of the document. In addition, "living in harmony with nature" is a goal set for the year 2050 by the KMGBF.
As HNW mentioned in previous pieces, we need to be aware that the United Nations, the World Economic Forum, and other globalist NGOs, non-profits, and politicians give diversity, sustainability, and inclusivity the old rhetorical licks. HNW in previous pieces, we need to be aware that the United Nations, the World Economic Forum, and other globalist NGOs, non-profits, and politicians merely give diversity, sustainability, and inclusivity the bare minimum of lip service. Their actions, however, reveal that they are not committed to valuing different points of view, seeking out truly restorative methods, or being open to other people's perspectives.
Instead, they imagine a world where nature is prioritized over human needs and where basic liberties like the right to free speech and movement are curtailed in the name of a utopian vision of protecting the planet. Not everyone involved in planning or executing this summit or in the UN, WEF, or other organizations has a complete picture of the big picture or the long-term objectives. In an effort to lend an appearance of legitimacy to their anti-liberty actions, globalist organizations frequently dupe well-intentioned people into working with them.
Future-Focused Reflections on the "Pinnacle"
We should keep in mind that the "Summit for a New Global Financing Pact" is just the most recent of many globalist gatherings happening this year, despite the fact that it is a significant event worthy of our attention. According to the Pact's road map, the summit's primary objective is to create a framework that can be used at subsequent summits such as the G20 meeting in India in September, the Africa Climate Summit in September, the Sustainable Development Goals Summit in September, the IMF and World Bank annual meetings in October, and COP28 in Dubai in early December.
The United Nations (UN) plans to use the SDG Summit in September in New York City to encourage member states to renew their commitment to achieving the SDGs and implementing Agenda 2030. No matter the outcome of the September summit, it will have a major impact on the development of Agenda 2030.
Nonetheless, the document makes it abundantly clear that these conferences are merely warm-ups for the Summit of the Future in September 2024.
The website for the Summit for the Future calls it a "once-in-a-generation opportunity" to fix problems with international law and order. Nations will be encouraged to "reaffirm existing commitments" to the SDGs and the UN Charter at the summit. It is expected that member states will use the SDG Summit's outcomes to "breathe new life into the multilateral system" and implement the 2030 Agenda. Heads of State and Government will sign a "Pact for the Future," according to the website, after the Summit of the Future concludes.
I hope that every one of you will pay close attention to the Sustainable Development Goals Summit in September and the Future Summit in 2024. Between now and then, I anticipate significant movement toward the establishment of a global government.
The Predator Class's end goal remains the same whether they use the prospect of a global pandemic, climate change, or extraterrestrial threats to achieve it. If we want to stop The Great Reset from happening, we have to fight it on the grassroots level.
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