Global Chess

Life is like a game of chess. If we don’t look at the entire chessboard and consider not only our desires and options but also the potential desires and moves of the other player before we make a move, we may take some unfortunate losses and it might end up being a short game

There is so much data that I could write a book, but time is of the essence and blog posts need to be relatively short. After long deliberation regarding what to share and in what order and the best means to do so, I concluded that perhaps some higher-level posts to provide context -- name players, disclose relationships, expose agendas, and highlight timelines -- would be informative. Then I will do more detailed posts on specific topics to fill in the details, as appropriate. This is the first high-level post to lay some groundwork and provide context regarding the key players in this global game of chess. This foundation will be helpful to understand the significance of the timeline of events, relationships, and tactics I will cover in subsequent posts. 

We are living in a global framework that has been created by powerful influencers. For at least the last 100 years, billionaire bankers and businessmen have been trying to sell the world on a One World Government. After World War I, they tried to establish the League of Nations. After World War II they established the United Nations (UN). They have invested billions of dollars trying to build their New World Order. Wealthy globalists have exerted their influence over the years to include David Rockefeller (who died in March 2017 at the age of 101), George Soros (age 90), and Bill Gates (age 65). 

Global Organizations

The term “United Nations” was first coined by US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and used in the Declaration of The United Nations of 1 January 1942 during World War II when representatives of 26 nations pledged their Governments to continue fighting together against the Axis Powers. In 1945, representatives of 50 countries met in San Francisco at the UN Conference on International Organization to draw up the UN Charter. The Charter was signed on 26 June 1945 by those representatives, and the UN officially came into existence on 24 October 1945 after the charter was ratified by China, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, the US, and a majority of the other signatories. It is headquartered in New York City.[1] Since 2015, the UN has published Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as Global Goals, which are implemented by the UN Development Program (UNDP).  The 17 SDGs replaced the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which were created in 2000. Future Goals are to start in the year 2030.[2] Of note is the UN’s 2015 publication “Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.”[3]

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is an organization of 189 countries “working to foster global monetary cooperation, secure financial stability, facilitate international trade, promote high employment and sustainable economic growth, and reduce poverty around the world.” It was founded in 1944 when representatives of 44 nations met in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, to draw up a plan for the post-World War II economic order. They created the IMF to promote international monetary cooperation and since that time the IMF “has played a vital role in maintaining global economic stability and ensuring broadly shared prosperity.” It is an institution of the UN system and headquartered in Washington D.C.  The IMF’s mission is “to ensure the stability of the international monetary system.” It does this in three ways: economic surveillance, lending, and capacity development. The IMF remains one of the world’s largest official holders of gold. Unlike the UN General Assembly, where each country has one vote, decision making at the IMF is designed to reflect the relative positions of its member countries in the global economy.[4] 

The World Bank was created at the same Bretton Woods meeting in 1944. The World Bank’s mandate is to promote “long-term economic development and poverty reduction by providing technical and financial support to help countries reform certain sectors or implement specific projects.” The IMF and World Bank collaborate on a routine basis at many levels to assist member countries.[5] 

When diplomats met to form the UN in 1945, one of the things they discussed was setting up a global health organization. The World Health Organization (WHO) constitution was ratified on 7 April 1948.[6] WHO “works worldwide to promote health, keep the world safe, and serve the vulnerable.” Their goal is “to ensure that a billion more people have universal health coverage, to protect a billion more people from health emergencies, and provide a further billion with better health and well-being.”[7] 

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is “the international organization for public-private cooperation.”[8] It was established in 1971 as a not-for-profit foundation and is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. The WEF “engages the foremost political, business, cultural, and other leaders of society to shape global, regional, and industry agendas.” Generally known as a forum of global corporate elites, they host their annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, each year. The WEF has branched out in recent years to become a leader in global pandemic coordination. 

Global Power Players

While David Rockefeller has died, The Rockefeller Foundation lives on. “The Rockefeller Foundation’s mission—unchanged since 1913—is to promote the well-being of humanity throughout the world. Today the Foundation advances new frontiers of science, data, policy, and innovation to solve global challenges related to health, food, power, and economic mobility. As a science-driven philanthropy focused on building collaborative relationships with partners and grantees, The Rockefeller Foundation seeks to inspire and foster large-scale human impact that promotes the well-being of humanity by identifying and accelerating breakthrough solutions, ideas and conversations.”[9] As part of the COVID-19 response, the Rockefeller Foundation took the lead to formulate an action plan to expedite a nationwide testing and tracing system. Dr. Rajiv J. Shah, current President of the Foundation and former USAID Administrator for 5 years during the Obama administration, states “Across the board, federal leadership and genuine public-private partnership will be essential…”

Billionaire New York hedge fund manager George Soros is one of the most politically powerful individuals on earth. He was born in Hungary and has dual citizenship with the US. Since the mid-1980s he has used his immense influence to help reconfigure the political landscapes of several countries around the world, in some cases playing a key role in toppling regimes that held government power for years if not decades. Soros may very well affect American politics and culture more profoundly than any other living person. He has a multi-billion dollar personal fortune, but another source of his power is his zeal in fulfilling what he considers a mandate to transform the world and its institutions into something better, as he sees it. In an exclusive “Rich Man, Wise Man” interview he gave in 2002, Soros said, “I realized [as a young man] that it’s money that makes the world go around, so I might as well make money… But having made it, I could then indulge my social concerns.” These concerns center around a desire to change the world -- particularly America -- into something new and something consistent with his vision of “social justice.” He tends to act behind the scenes funding over 200 left-wing organizations[10] directly and through his Open Society Foundations (OSF)[11] that further his agenda (ANTIFA, BLM, Occupy Wall Street, are some of them).

William “Bill” Gates is best known for founding Microsoft Corporation in the mid-1970s. He is one of the top 5 wealthiest people in the world with a net worth of over $100B. Bill appears to be taking the lead in the billionaire club’s move toward a One World Government. He and his wife, Melinda, whom he married in 1992, formed the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) in 2000.[12] Some of his “pet projects” are population control and vaccinations. His father, Bill Gates Sr., was head of Planned Parenthood and he was educated on eugenics and population control through conversations with his parents. Bill has come to believe in the need for global birth control to save the planet, and vaccinations are a subset of population control. He has run his ideas through the self-designated “The Good Club,” which includes other billionaire global influencers such as Rockefeller, Soros, Warren Buffet, Oprah Winfrey, Ted Turner, and others. Their first meeting was in New York City in 2009 where they resolved to find ways of addressing sources of discontent in the developing world -- overpopulation and infectious diseases in particular. Utilizing their collective net worth totaling over $125B, they committed to massive spending in areas of interest to themselves, heedless of the priorities of national governments and existing aid organizations.[13] The following year when an interviewer said to him, “You’re trying to find the places where the money will have the most leverage, how you can save the most lives for the dollar, so to speak,” Gates responded, “Right. And transform societies.”[14] 

Things that make you go hmmm…

You’ve now been introduced to some of the key players, which may seem innocuous on their own. In my next post, I’ll begin to highlight some very interesting events where these players have recently collaborated that pertain to the current global state of affairs. 

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