The Raping of Africa Continues
When powerful international corporations, banks, and influential think-tanks align, it usually means something major is about to be undertaken. In this “project”, the Club of Rome (a notorious European group of elitists), Munich Re, Siemens, RWE, and Deutsche Bank, along with a consortium of 20 other companies plan to build a $555.3 billion solar power project in northern Africa intended to supply energy to Germany. According to Club of Rome’s website, “Munich RE and the German Association of the Club of Rome have jointly invited interested investors, operators and companies from the financial sector in order to start an industrial initiative to set up a roadmap for the implementation of the DESERTECconcept, a power generation project for solar thermal power from the African deserts for Europe.” All parties attached to this project fail to include any documentation or specifics as to whether or not any of the African nations involved will receive any benefits. DESERTEC was initiated by the German Association of the Club of Rome together with scientists associated with the Club of Rome. The Club of Rome has maintained a low-profile for the past three decades stemming from a distasteful report they released in 1972 entitled “The Limits to Growth” in which they promote the eugenicists agenda of depopulation or, population reduction. In 1993, it published a follow-up calledThe First Global Revolution. According to this book, “It would seem that humans need a common motivation, namely a common adversary, to organize and act together in the vacuum; such a motivation must be found to bring the divided nations together to face an outside enemy, either a real one or else one invented for the purpose….The common enemy of humanity is man….Democracy is no longer well suited for the tasks ahead” and “In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine etc., would fit the bill.” Perhaps one of the more visible follies of the elite is their tendency to boast of their harmful intent to society. As Caroll Quigley did in his book Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time, or in his book The Anglo-American Establishment: From Rhodes to Cliveden, people connected to the establishment write books or policy reports (open to the public eye) that lay their plans out in detail. Groups that dictate foreign policy see the globe with a slightly different perspective than your average humble citizen. In his book,The Grand Chessboard, Zbigniew Brzezinski depicts a world that is essentially a board game, rather than a world of sovereign nation-states trying to live in peace. With our planet rapidly moving into global governance under the United Nation and other various international banking cartels, it makes projects that span over assorted regions much easier to formulate. This is evident from Club of Rome’swebsite that states, “Max Schön, President of the German Club of Rome and member of the Advisory Board of the DESERTEC Foundation underlines: “DESERTEC is a concept developed by scientists, politicians and economists around the Mediterranean Sea (EUMENA). It has the potential to slow down or even to stop climate change and to make a big contribution to bring back balance to our world.” Regional government is the last step in the globalist’s agenda through what Daniel Estulin calls “systemic methodology.” The European Union, the Asian Union, the African Union, and the North American Union are needed by the establishment to achieve their vision of a total control grid, each of which are governed by a small faction of banking oligarchs.