The destiny of Africa has, for centuries, been usurped by conquerors; whether it be the East India Company’s mercantile slave trade, the imperialistic campaigns of Cecil John Rhodes, or the IMF’s economic hitmen of today, the eugenic aims of the Anglo-American Establishment towards the people of Africa (and the vast natural resources they sit upon) has continued unabated for hundreds of years.
Agenda 2030 is set to take the subjugation of Africa to previously unimagined heights, with the rest of the Third World to follow shortly thereafter.
“I contend that we are the first race in the world, and that the more of the world we inhabit the better it is for the human race…If there be a God, I think that what he would like me to do is paint as much of the map of Africa British Red as possible.”
-Cecil J. Rhodes
While the true scope and depravity held in store for Africa at COP21 won’t be known to us until later this year, at least one nation, Ghana, has submitted its draft budget to the United Nations in advance of the Conference. The projected cost figure, if accurate, would be the next in a long chain of abuses against Ghana by Globalist entities like the IMF and multinational corporations alike.
Ghana finds itself precariously situated between the geopolitical aims of two power factions on the “2D Chessboard” in the form of the Anglo-American Establishment and China. American colonization of Ghana by corporate entities and NGOs, draping themselves in the facade of benevolence, have a consistent track-record of introducing eugenic experiments in the region, often masked as philanthropy; “feeding the hungry” and “healing the sick” are the constant clarion calls of these wolves in sheep’s clothing.
Monsanto is one such example. Long known by alternative media readers as the developers of deadly GMO frankenfoods like Golden Rice, Africa is a favorite dumping ground for “beta testing” these biotechnologies. Perhaps because of the Power Elite’s intense hatred for the world’s “non-white peoples,” perhaps as a gambit to blanket the continent in patented seeds, thereby owning the land itself, Monsanto’s insidious activity in Africa has not left Ghana unscathed.
Earlier this year, Ghana was the target of a new set of draconian G7 regulations set to outlaw seed sharing. Known colloquially as the “Monsanto Law,” the bill is endemic of Agenda 21’s planned control of land use and agriculture.
In addition to GMOs, the Anglo-American Establishment has foist upon Ghana another lab-created eugenic tool: Vaccines “coded for race.” This issue, recently brought to the House floor by Rep. Bill Posey of Florida, was once was constrained to the realm of science fiction; this is no longer the case, as the use of vaccines as race-specific bioweapons has now been enumerated upon by Congressmen and CDC whistleblowers alike.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, virtually synonymous with vaccines in the Third World, have also been hard at work “thinning the herd” in Ghana; the same Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that is now under criminal investigation for experimenting with vaccines on children in tribal populations without their consent.
“The world today has 6.8 billion people… that’s headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.“
-Bill Gates on depopulating the Third World
As previously mentioned, the Anglo-American Establishment is not the only group with imperialistic aims in Ghana, as China’s underground network of mines blanketing the nation, most notably those satiating her voracious appetite for gold, have brought hellish working conditions for Ghana’s native populace:
A whopping $22.6 BILLION, a grotesquely overvalued figure which the United Nations knows perfectly well Ghana will never be able to afford, as even the globalist World Bank admits the funds required would drain a significant percentage of Ghana’s entire GDP:
58.5% of Ghana’s GDP, to be precise. As other Third World nations begin to update their proposals ahead of COP21, expect similar quotes on the debt burden these already impoverished nations will be required to shoulder.
It remains to be seen what the character of the public-private partnership mentioned above will be in Ghana, but the resource-rich, salary-deprived nation has a plethora of options. American biotech firms? Chinese infrastructure companies? A hefty loan from the IMF, or the BRICS New Development Bank, perchance?
“All of the above” is perhaps the greatest threat to Ghana – and, unfortunately, the most likely outcome if proponents of global governance have their way:
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