Submitted by Harold Saive
First in “You’ll Own Nothing and You’ll be Happy”?
It has often been said, Washington is the Belly of the Beast and Switzerland is the Head of the Beast. Considering a variety of dimensions, it is probably not far from the truth.
Switzerland is home to a number of highly dubious institutions and organizations.
Take the World Economic Forum (WEF) – the unelected NGO, with its unelected master, Klaus Schwab, based in Cologny, suburb of Geneva. This unelected but dirty-rich body of “luminaries”, with tax-free status, pretends to decide over our future, the future of the world, and literally, the future of mankind.
Once a year, mostly in the second half of January, the WEF unites some 2000 to 3000 oligarchs and wannabe luminaries in Davos, Switzerland, to ruminate (often in secret chambers off the madding crowd) on how to make the world a better place. No, not for us the people, but for themselves, the elite.
Their private-jet pilgrimage to Switzerland leaves a carbon footprint behind, that is like blatantly spitting in the face of their “climate change” agenda, imposed on the world.
This year, 2022, has been a “covid-exception”, and the world-shaking get-together took place in May, still in Davos, under the usual heavy police and secret service protection. But with a reduced number of luminaries and world leaders. It smells a bit like “deglobalization”.
Second, Switzerland is also home of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), a colossal round tower, bearing similarities to the depictions of the “Tower of Babel” which is said to having been built as an act of rebellion against God. Is the physical similarity of the two towers a strange coincidence? – See this.
The BIS is located in Basle, at the border to Germany. It was created in 1930 with the stated objective to “managing” Germany’s debt payments to the winners of WWI. In reality, it was rather used to prepare and fund WWII. The BIS channeled money from the US Federal Reserve (FED) to Hitler’s Germany – including to finance Hitler’s war, especially against the Soviet Union.
The first Chairman and President of the BIS (1930-1933) was Gates McGarrah. The BIS’ official role was “clearing German reparations and interallied debts and to develop new facilities for international banking.”
Interestingly, Gates McGarrah, was appointed on August 30, 1924, as the American director of the General Council of the Reichsbank, the central bank of Germany, created in 1876 until 1945. This job he carried out partially in parallel with his assignment as Chairman and President of the BIS from which he retired in 1933. See this.