WTO is involved in the implementation of the “Great Perestroika” plan
Last year, when the WHO Director-General T. A. Gebreisus stated that the situation with COVID-19 “can be considered” as a pandemic, restrictions and bans on various types of economic activities were introduced everywhere, international trade was paralyzed. At the end of 2020, international trade, according to preliminary estimates, fell by 9.2%.
There are two reasons for the drop in trade volumes. First, the decline in production and consumption in all countries of the world (with the exception of China). According to UN estimates, the fall in world GDP was 4.3%. Secondly, many countries began to impose restrictions on the import of goods. Often such restrictions were a blatant violation of the rules, the implementation of which is intended to monitor the World Trade Organization (WTO), established on January 1, 1995 with the aim of liberalizing international trade and regulating trade and political relations between member states. The organization includes more than 160 states, since 2012 the Russian Federation has joined it.
The authority of the WTO began to decline even before the “pandemic”. The WTO has entered a period of crisis. It ended with the fact that in May 2020, the WTO CEO is Brazilian Robert Azeved announced that he was going to leave his post early. On August 31, he really left the chair of the head of the WTO, about a year before the due date.
In September, a list of eight candidates for the new leader was drawn up. By October, only two applicants remained on the list: former World Bank Managing Director Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and the Minister of Commerce of South Korea Yoo Myung Hee… Both applicants are women (previously only men held the post of WTO Director General). For almost four months, various countries and political forces fought to promote their candidate. In particular, Donald Trump supported a lady from South Korea. However, as soon as the White House was Joe Biden, the forces of his team were sent to put another woman at the head of the WTO – Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
On February 5, Yoo Myung Hee announced that she would be withdrawing her candidacy. Apparently, people from Biden’s entourage worked well with her. An indirect evidence of this was the official statement of the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy of South Korea, posted on the department’s website. It notes that the decision to remove Yoo Myung Hee from his candidacy was made “After consultation with the USA”…
On the same day, Washington, or rather the US trade mission to the WTO, reacted by publishing a press release: “[Вашингтонская] administration <...> I am pleased to announce my strong support for the candidacy of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the post of WTO Director General … Administration [США] <...> looks forward to working with the new head of the WTO to find further ways to achieve the necessary substantive and procedural WTO reform. “…
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala from Nigeria, was born in 1954. She is introduced as an economist and expert on international economic development. She has a very varied track record: private business, international organizations, government service, public positions … She served for two terms as Minister of Finance of Nigeria (2003-2006, 2011-2015), for several months she was Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria. She was a member of the board of directors of a transnational banking corporation Standard charter, member of the board of directors of IT corporation Twitter, senior adviser to investment bank Lazard. She worked in senior positions at the World Bank, IMF, African Development Bank. Now he is a member of the advisory board of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. She worked for the World Bank for the longest time – 25 years.
In 2015, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala left the corrupt government of the President of Nigeria to the limit Goodluck Jonathan and accepted the offer to take the chair GAVI (Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, or the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization).
This alliance, created in 2000 Bill Gates, received a $ 750 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation two decades ago. GAVI are the World Bank, WHO, UNICEF, vaccine development companies and manufacturers from different countries. GAVI spent over $ 4 billion on vaccines. The alliance website says: “As part of its mission to save lives, reduce poverty and protect the world from the threat of epidemics, GAVI has helped vaccinate over 822 million children in the world’s poorest countries.”…
There is, however, a large number of studies that reveal the true nature of GAVI: it is an alliance promoting the interests of corporations Big Pharma to the detriment of human health and life.
Renowned American economist and journalist Frederick William Engdahl in article Will the next chapter of the WTO impose the Gates and Davos agenda? (Will the next chapter of the WTO advance the Gates and Davos agenda?) Writes: “Chaired by Okonjo-Iweala, GAVI has been involved in the controversial spread of polio in Africa … As part of the GAVI-Gates polio vaccination program, polio cases have been reported in more than a dozen African countries, including Angola, Congo, Nigeria, Zambia and the Okonjo-Iweala hometown Nigeria “…
Of course, a lot about Okonjo-Iweala’s activities as a leader GAVI We do not know. But we can assume that she is one of the important members of the Bill Gates team and works for those who are preparing the “great restructuring” (“great reset”). It can also be assumed that Okonjo-Iweala showed herself in the field of special operations. COVID-19… She is a member of the boards (supervisory, advisory, trustees) of directors of prestigious clubs, foundations, organizations, where she regularly meets with representatives of the global elite. it Rockefeller Endowment, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Bloomberg New Economy Forum, Results for Development (R4D), World Women’s Bank, Group B, Friends of the Global Fund in Africa, Global Financial Integrity (GFI), African Risk Potential, African University of Science and Technology , Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, Global Business Coalition for Education, Mandela Institute for Development Research (MINDS), Nelson Mandela Institute, Mercy Corps, One Campaign, Oxford Martin School, Vital Voices, Member of the Global Advisory Committee Council of the World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders Foundation etc.
As an example: Okonjo-Iweala’s activities at the World Economic Forum are far from limited to the preparation and selection of young global leaders. On the VEF website, she as a leader GAVI provided ample space for vaccine promotion.
Okonjo-Iweala has become skilled not only in vaccines and vaccinations, but also in several other issues outside of her professional competence. So, in 2014, she, together with Briton Nicholas Stern and Dutchman Paul Polman, took over as co-chair of the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate. I believe that the WTO will include in its sphere of activity issues related to the regulation of trade in goods, the production of which is associated with the creation of “greenhouse gases” (the very ones that supposedly bring humanity closer to a climate catastrophe). The greatest losses from innovations related to “climate regulation” may be incurred by those countries whose exports account for a large share of coal, oil, and natural gas. One of the first here is Russia.
However, the WTO will first undergo an internal “reset”. Joe Biden’s team will at least try to restore the weakened positions of the United States in this organization, and as a maximum, restore there the diktat of Washington that existed in the early years of the WTO. And all in the name of implementing the plan “Great perestroika”…
I’m not sure if Okonjo-Iweala can handle it, though. China and a number of other WTO members are unlikely to agree to support the Great Perestroika. And even more so to implement this plan under the dictation of Washington.
There is no doubt that Ms. Okonjo-Iweala will turn a blind eye to such violations by the United States of WTO rules as economic sanctions against certain states without their approval by the UN Security Council.
In the near future, we will witness sharp battles in and around the WTO. Perhaps the appearance of Okonjo-Iweala will blow up this organization itself.
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