Source – gizadeathstar.com
- “…While I suspect we might all agree that there’s nothing unusual about raids on Deutsche Bank these days, or for that matter, that there’s nothing unusual about wholescale fraud and criminality in most of the western financial system where big banks are concerned…Many have been arguing for decades that the science behind climate change, global warming or whatever one wishes to call it has been at best debatable, and at worst fraudulent. Perhaps the fraud part is less due to the science, and more to the financial influences that purchase the science…”
GREENER THAN THOU: DEUTSCHEBANK RAIDED AGAIN
I don’t know why it’s so difficult for people to understand that the so-called green movement is not about saving the planet from the clouds of apocalyptic flatulence emanating from cows, squirrels, goats, sheep, or people like Maria Occasional Cortex, or whatever her name is. It’s about making money – lots of it – by financializing pretty much everything. As I’ve said many times before, weather derivatives or planscamdemic bonds are handy things to have in your portfolio if you have the technology to manipulate the weather, or create planscamdemics.
With that in mind, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Deutsche Bank has been raided by the German police yet again, this time, apparently, for being greener than thou, according to this article shared by G.B.:
Now you’ll note what is at the central core of the article:
German federal police raided Deutsche Bank AG and its asset management arm, DWS Group, in Frankfurt, Germany. DWS has faced accusations of greenwashing ever since the firm’s former head of sustainability said it overstated how much capital was allocated to sustainable investing last August.
Bloomberg reports the Tuesday morning raid on Germany’s largest lender and DWS is directly related to greenwashing, though precisely what federal police are investigating and who the probe is focused around is unknown.
DWS’ former chief sustainability officer, Desiree Fixler, went public last year about how the firm exaggerated its use of sustainable investing criteria to manage its assets. DWS has since denied the claims, and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and German financial regulator, BaFin, have been investigating the asset management arm.
The latest raid comes one month after the Deutsche Bank was raided in Frankfurt over suspected money laundering — certainly not a good look for the bank.
In other words, Deutsche (Geldwaesche) Bank has been caught red-handed (or perhaps we had better say, green-handed) laundering money once again, this time in a rather ingenious fashion, through so-called investments in “sustainability”, i.e., in so-called “green” investments. It’s as if we’re looking at a chapter of a book titled How to Launder Money and Save the Environment in One Easy, Virtue-Signaling Lesson.
While I suspect we might all agree that there’s nothing unusual about raids on Deutsche Bank these days, or for that matter, that there’s nothing unusual about wholescale fraud and criminality in most of the western financial system where big banks are concerned, I suspect this story might be more than just a one-off, and far more important than meets the eye.
Well, imagine for a moment that you are a member of some faction of the Empire of Mr. Globaloney, and you have to launder several trillions of dollars of money without being detected. You have to have some mechanism wherein vast sums of money would be expected to be in play, like environmental crisis being brought about by “earth changes”, “climate changes”, and apocalyptic flatulence. After all, if you’re Baal Gates and you want to blot out the Sun for a few decades, you’ll need gobs of money to pay for it. Other similarly grandiose environmental schemes will need similarly grandiose amounts of money, and a mechanism to launder it while pocketing the proceeds and profits from fees, underwriting, and so on. Beano Bonds worth several trillions in par value can be underwritten, money can be “invested” in them fees collected for their sale, and eventual resale as the “invested” money is need elsewhere.
In short, we may be looking at the tip of an iceberg. Many have been arguing for decades that the science behind climate change, global warming or whatever one wishes to call it has been at best debatable, and at worst fraudulent. Perhaps the fraud part is less due to the science, and more to the financial influences that purchase the science…
See you on the flip side…
Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and “strange stuff”. His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into “alternative history and science”.