World Bank defector Karen Hudes blows whistle regarding the globalist bank, mega-corporations and control through debt slavery

Car commercials often employ tactics such as branding and marketing. These tactics gets people to buy shiny new things, even when those shiny new things are not affordable. This is where the banks come in, offering loans and cashing a profit from fees and accrued interest. This is also where television media comes in, offering a venue for mega-corporations to advertise in before millions of viewers for thousands, if not millions, of dollars. The interplay between manufacture, deception and debt enslavement is indeed disturbing. But, as former World Bank Senior Advisor Karen Hudes reveals, that there is a great deal that the public does not know, and some of the details are even more alarming.

Hudes, a graduate of Yale Law School, worked in the legal department of the World Bank for over twenty years. She recently took the Edward Snowden-like path and became a whistleblower. In an interview with The New American, Hudes elaborated on the power held by this small group of entities - mainly financial institutions and in particular central banks. One of Hudes' talking points involves a Swiss study, published in the PLoS ONE Journal in 2011, which was carried out by a team of researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. The researchers examined the relationships between the 37 million companies and investors around the world to find that there is a "super-entity" of 147 closely related mega- corporations that control 40% of the world economy as a whole. After further disentangling the network, the team found most of the assets being held by the same key financial institutions, namely Barclays Bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Goldman Sachs.

Hudes lectures that the World Bank, the IMF and central banks such as the Federal Reserve control the creation and circulation of money around the world. These are non-elected, unaccountable organizations that control the finances of almost every country on the planet. But as Hudes notes in an interview with Greg Hunter of, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), which "most people have never heard of", is above all of them. It is located in Basel, Switzerland, but also has branches in Hong Kong and Mexico City. It is essentially a non-elected central bank, which is not accountable to the world in terms of taxation or national legislation. There are no regulations that the BIS must follow, and no legal authority has jurisdiction over the BIS.

During the Second World War, the Bank for International Settlements was used to launder money for the Nazis. Whether the Bank acted under threat or in purposeful collaboration is a point of question, and certainly ties into the debate as to whether the German nation-state was merely used to build a corporate-dominated, global empire. But at the very least after the war, the BIS became an instrument through which the powers of financial capitalism sought to create a global system of financial control in private hands, capable of dominating the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole.

In the 1960s, former Georgetown University Professor Carroll Quigley was alarmed by the growing role of the BIS in American politics. Today, fifty-eight global central banks belong to the BIS, which holds bimonthly meetings in Basel to direct policy. The meetings have a direct effect on the American economy, yet the public does not even know about them. Nor does the public have any record of what happens there, or any say in the matter. Most important of all, however, is Hudes' realization that, through the banks, mega-corporations, the BIS and their interwoven connections, "the planet's resources are dominated by this group." In other words, they hold the power to plunder the earth and exploit the people, or push towards cleaner technology and advancement. Tell me: which direction is the world favoring?

Meanwhile, the "green parties" in every country hold up a flag for environmentalism, which is clearly out of their real power to regulate, and do so while pushing for more open borders, anti-nativist globalism, thus pitting those who love and hate the nation against one another and preventing unity against the usurpation of national power under the guise of the BIS' "economic forum". As if one needed any more evidence that the anti-national lib-left, George Soros crowd, international corporations and corporate globalists are one giant plague of the same tyranny to our nation, this is it.