Imagine a world where governments, international organizations, corporations, civil society groups, and philanthropists worked together to impose their agenda on the rest of humanity. A world where public and private actors colluded to undermine national sovereignty, public accountability, and social justice. A world where secrecy and corruption were the norm, not the exception.
Unfortunately for us, we do not need to spend a lot of time imagining as this is the current reality. It just seems that a lot of people are unaware of how we are just a pawn in a bigger game set up by the groups that are in power.
What do I mean? Well, this is the reality of the Global Public Private Partnership (GPPP), a governance mechanism that operates as a “cooperation between an international intergovernmental organization” like the United Nations and other private companies. The GPPP is not a new concept, but it has gained momentum in recent years as a tool to advance the interests of the global elite and their cronies.
It is a nebulous concept, veiled in a shroud of benign cooperation, but upon closer inspection, its true nature is revealed where it is a convoluted edifice of power, a hydra of influence that touches every facet of our lives. The GPPP is a puppeteer of sorts, its' invisible threads manipulating the course of civilization.
The GPPP is based on the premise that “no single actor can address the global issues of our era alone.” Whether it is climate change, poverty, health, education, or security, these challenges transcend national boundaries and affect people from all walks of life. The GPPP claims to leverage the comparative advantages of each partner and create synergies that benefit all stakeholders.
Before getting into anything, discussing the hierarchical structure of the GPPP is important:
- At the bottom, we have the policy subjects which are the general public: these are the people that are subjected to the policies that cascade down through the GPPP system. These people largely pay for the system through taxation and public borrowing and the system has been designed in a way to exploit the general public but as time passes by, we are becoming an increasingly unnecessary component as the GPPP is seizing all the global commons.
A 2018 report revealed that only 24% of the public felt they had a lot of control over the federal government's decisions, a testament to their marginalization.
- Next up, we have the policy propagandists. These are the media outlets, fact checkers, social media platforms, hybrid warriors, and anti-hate campaigners that are tasked with convincing the public to accept and hopefully believe in the policies.
These are the masters of perception. They paint vivid narratives conducting an elaborate symphony of psychological warfare. According to a 2021 study, misinformation about global events has increased by 150% on social media platforms in just one year.
- Then we have the policy enforcers are the national governments, civil services, health services, regulatory bodies, police, military, courts, local governments, statutory agencies and selected scientific authorities that exploit or work with the selected scientific authorities to justify the policies they are assigned to enforce.
These are clad in the armor of authority. They are, what I like to call, the hard face of the GPPP, brandishing selectively interpreted scientific facts as their shield. They are not the guardians of truth, but rather the custodians of a carefully crafted narrative.
- Next up, the policy distributors. These include the United Nations, IMF, IPCC, World Bank, WHO, philanthropists, global corporations, NGOs that take policy directives from the policy makers and distribute them to the policy enforcers.
This is the conduit for the global directives. Acting as the arteries of the GPPP, they channel policies from the creators to the enforcers. They make sure the lifeblood of policy flows uninterrupted.
- At the top of the pyramid, we find the policy makers which include the World Economic Forum, Council on Foreign Relations, Club of Rome, Chatham House, Rockefellers, think tanks and global representative groups that formulate the policies to achieve GPPP objectives.
We have those that do the resource allocation. This is determined by the Bank for International Settlements and central banks but they work in “partnership” with the think tanks and the representative bodies to convert personal interests into global political policies.
These bodies hold a lot of influence, dictating global political policy with impunity. They are the puppet masters, the unseen force manipulating the world stage.
Each group within the GPPP plays a very significant role in ensuring the groups’ success and sustainability. The policy subjects provide the revenue and legitimacy that enable the system to operate at a global scale and address issues of public interest, they are slightly unaware of their role in the pyramid which works perfectly for those that are orchestrating the initiatives.
We have the policy propagandists who provide the persuasion and deception that enable the system to deliver effective and efficient solutions that create value for the stakeholders.
The policy enforcers that provide the implementation and coercion that enable the system to reach the intended beneficiaries and ensure the quality of its outcomes.
The policy distributors carry out the coordination and dissemination that enable the system to adapt and improve its performance and impact.
Finally, the policy makers who provide the leadership and vision that enable the system to achieve its objectives and goals.
It is a handful to remember, so I have selected the perfect image that sums all the information up and is easy to decipher:
But why should you have to remember any of this, right? The thing is that the GPPP is extremely important to acknowledge and keep track of because they represent a scheme for global domination in the 21st century.
They are forming a way to bypass the power and voice of public institutions and citizens and only serve the interests of private parties. It is a way to exploit the limitations and challenges of traditional governance models by hampering them through bureaucracy, politics, corruption, or inertia.
They operate under the guise of being transparent, accountable, inclusive, and ethical but according to a study: public-private partnerships have increased public debt, reduced fiscal space, undermined democracy, and violated human rights in many developing countries. The study also found that public-private partnerships are often driven by donor conditionalities, corporate lobbying, and tax incentives rather than by evidence-based decision making.
It is incumbent upon each one of us, the citizens who value individual liberty, personal responsibility, and restrained government – to unravel the GPPP's complexities. This understanding is not just for intellectual pursuit; it is a weapon against deception, a tool to challenge the institutions that wield undue influence over our lives.
It allows us to question the carefully crafted narratives, to resist the insidious persuasion of the propagandists, and to advocate for a system that truly respects the dignity and freedom of the individual.
"The issue, indeed, is liberty; the contest is between individuality and collectivism."
Paying for Policies: What ways does the general public subsidize the GPPP and how is the GPPP exploiting and seizing the global commons, threatening both the environment and individual freedom?
As mentioned earlier, the general public are the policy subjects of the GPPP system. We are the ones who bear the brunt of the policies that cascade down the GPPP hierarchy.
The public pays for the system through taxation and public borrowing in various ways. First, we pay taxes to our national governments, which then transfer part of their revenues to international organizations like the UN or the World Bank, which then fund or guarantee projects and programs implemented by private companies or NGOs.
Second, we pay taxes to our national governments, which then borrow money from international financial institutions like the IMF or the World Bank, which then impose conditions and policies that favor private companies or NGOs.
Third, we pay taxes to our national governments, which then offer subsidies, tax breaks, or guarantees to private companies or NGOs that participate in GPPP projects or programs.
A 2021 report revealed that the wealth of the world's billionaires increased by over 60% during the height of the pandemic, while millions of people had struggled with unemployment and financial insecurity.
And it doesn’t just stop there. This tale of power and subjugation takes a chilling turn as we enter a new era, where the GPPP sets its sights on the global commons - the air we breathe, the water we drink, the biodiversity that sustains us. Their audacious endeavor to seize these universal resources, under the benign guise of sustainable development is an existential threat to our freedom.
The GPPP's push towards 'sustainability' results in increased government control and decreased private ownership. If this shift is left unchecked, it ends up rendering the public an unnecessary component of the system, severing the very roots of our being.
We end up being exploited as consumers of services and infrastructures that are overpriced, underperforming, inaccessible, or harmful to our health and environment. We are exploited as workers for those same services and infrastructure that are often precarious, low-paid, unsafe, or abusive to our rights and dignity. And we are exploited as citizens of services and infrastructure that are undemocratic, unaccountable, secretive, or corrupt.
Do you recall how I mentioned that the GPPP is in the process of seizing the Global Commons? To start with, the global commons are the natural and cultural resources that belong to all of humanity and are essential for our survival and well-being.
How are they working towards seizing them? It is mostly done by privatizing the resources in various ways. They can privatize them by creating markets for the resources or commodifying them. For example, they created carbon markets for the atmosphere or water markets for water.
They can privatize them by granting exclusive rights or concessions to them. Like when they introduced patents for biodiversity or licenses for land. And they can privatize them by transferring ownership or control of them. An example for this was when they transfer public assets to private entities or outsource public functions to private actors.
The GPPP has a very intricate plan in play for encroaching the Global Commons too in various ways. They encroach on them by depleting them or degrading them. For example, they’ll emit greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere or dump waste into the oceans.
They can also encroach on them by displacing them or destroying them. This is done when they clear forests for plantations or dam rivers for hydropower. They’ll encroach on them by appropriating them or exploiting them. For example, they extract minerals from the land or harvest crops from the water.
The Artful Manipulators: How do these entities employ psychological tactics to propagate policies and control public narrative, and what are some examples of their deceptive practices?
As mentioned earlier, these are the warfare specialists and include the media outlets, fact checkers, social media platforms, hybrid warriors, and anti-hate campaigners are tasked with convincing the public to accept and believe in the policies.
Their role is an insidious one. They hold the quill that pens the narrative of our time and the ink they use is tainted. The orchestration is elaborate, playing out on the vast stage of the media ecosystem, where the boundaries of truth and untruth blur, leaving audiences in a dizzying limbo of uncertainty.
A study has found that false information on social media spreads six times faster than the truth. This perfectly showcases that disinformation has our society in a chokehold.
But it is not the public’s fault, the policy propagandists and hybrid warfare specialists use various tools to persuade the public into accepting these policies. They use psychological manipulation, such as appealing to emotions, biases, or stereotypes; framing issues in favorable or unfavorable ways; using repetition or slogans; creating false dilemmas or straw man arguments; exploiting social norms or authority figures; and inducing fear or hope.
They use disinformation and misinformation, such as fabricating or distorting facts; omitting or cherry-picking evidence; using unreliable or anonymous sources; presenting opinions as facts; mixing truths with lies; and creating confusion or doubt. They use censorship and propaganda, such as blocking or deleting content; restricting or banning users; spreading or amplifying content; influencing or manipulating algorithms; creating or infiltrating groups; and producing or sponsoring content.
Take, for instance, organizations like the 77th Brigade and Huteighteen, the clandestine actors in the theater of hybrid warfare. Their specialty lies not in the barrel of a gun but in the click of a mouse. They engineer public sentiment, distort narratives, and conjure illusions of consensus, all under the veil of anonymity. In 2020, a report highlighted the proliferation of such state-backed influence campaigns across 81 countries.
In the same vein, we find self-proclaimed guardians of truth like Politifact and Full Fact. These fact-checking organizations pose as objective arbiters, but have a very selective fact-checking procedure that silences dissenting voices. A study has revealed that these organizations demonstrated a clear bias in their selection and evaluation of 'facts'.
There are many examples of organizations and agencies that are engaged in such practices around the world. Two of them include:
CCE which stands for the Center for Countering Extremism, and they claim to fight against hate and extremism online. But they have been found to be guilty of targeting and smearing legitimate critics of government policies, such as anti-lockdown protesters, journalists, and academics. They have also been found to be promoting censorship and of receiving funding from questionable sources, such as the pharmaceutical industry and different governments.
On the other hand, the CCDH. They stand for the Center for Countering Digital Hate and claim to fight against hate and misinformation online. But they have been found to have created and published a “hit list” of 12 prominent people who oppose vaccines, dubbed the “disinformation dozen”, and calling for their deplatforming from social media platforms. This was the hit list they published:
They have also been found to have spread false or misleading information about vaccines, such as exaggerating their safety and effectiveness, downplaying their risks and side effects, and dismissing alternative treatments or preventive measures.
Policy Enforcement: How do these entities manipulate information, selectively use scientific evidence, and resist reforms to enforce policies that further their interests, and what are some examples of this behavior?
The policy enforcers and selected scientific authorities use various partnerships to justify policy enforcement. They do so through formal partnerships, such as agreements, contracts, or memoranda of understanding, to establish roles, responsibilities, and obligations among different actors.
They also use informal partnerships, such as networks, coalitions, or alliances, to share information, resources, and expertise among different handlers. They implement strategic partnerships, such as joint ventures, consortia, or platforms, to create synergies, innovations, and impacts.
The policy enforcers and selected scientific authorities use different actions to translate policies into actions on the ground. They use regulatory actions, such as inspections, audits, or sanctions, to monitor and enforce compliance with rules and standards.
Consider the role of bodies like SAGE, NERVTAG, ICL, MHRA, JCVI. Ostensibly, they were said to have existed to inform policy based on empirical evidence. But if there’s anything we have learned from the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s that science has become a tool for justifying policy, rather than informing it. A 2021 article noted a worrisome trend of politicization of science, where scientific advice was cherry-picked to fit preconceived decisions.
They use promotional actions, such as education, training, or incentives, to encourage and support voluntary compliance with rules and standards. They use corrective actions, such as remediation, compensation, or restoration, to address and mitigate the consequences of non-compliance with rules and standards.
Two examples of entities engaged in policy enforcement are:
NHS which stands for the National Health Service, they are a public health system that provides health care services. They also implemented and monitored policies related to COVID-19, such as the testing, tracing, isolation, vaccination, and treatment. They are partnered with selected scientific authorities, such as academic institutions, research organizations, and other government agencies, to justify their actions with scientific evidence or authority.
They have been found to be manipulative by imposing policies that increase their funding, power, and control over the health system. They are also guilty of lobbying for more money to cope with the pandemic, despite their inefficiencies and failures in delivering quality care. They also pushed for more centralisation and integration of services, despite the risks of reducing local accountability and choice. They have resisted any attempts to reform or scrutinize their own performance, despite the evidence of waste, fraud, and corruption.
Then we also have SAGE, which stands for the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, a group of “experts” that advises governments on how to respond to emergencies such as COVID-19. They were the ones that recommended and evaluated policies related to COVID-19, such as lockdowns, social distancing, masks, ventilation, and travel restrictions.
SAGE has been found guilty of using selective or dubious evidence to recommend lockdowns, social distancing, masks, ventilation, and travel restrictions, despite the harms they ended up causing to the economy, society, and mental health. They have abused their influence and authority to silence or discredit any dissenting voices or alternative views, despite the uncertainty and complexity of the situation.
Manipulation Under the Guise of Global Progress: How do entities like the United Nations and International Monetary Fund, in their role as policy distributors, manipulate information and use their partnerships to advance the agenda of the GPPP, and what are some examples of this?
The policy distributors channel directives from policy makers to policy enforcers. They are the ones who disseminate and coordinate the policies across different levels and sectors. They partner with selected scientific authorities, philanthropists, global corporations, and NGOs to support and legitimize their policies.
But who are some of the policy distributors that we all know of but rarely speculate about?
One of them is the United Nations, who are a core partner of the GPPP. They have partnered with selected scientific authorities, such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), to justify its policies on climate change. It also partners with philanthropists, such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to support its policies on health. They are partnered with global corporations, such as Microsoft and Google, to implement its policies on digital cooperation. They are also partnered with NGOs, such as Oxfam and Amnesty International, to advocate for its policies on human rights.
Another one is the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and they are a strategic partner of the GPPP. They partner with selected authorities, such as the World Economic Forum (WEF), to justify its policies on economic governance. They work with philanthropists, such as George Soros, to support their policies on financial inclusion. They also deal with global corporations, such as JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs, to implement policies on debt restructuring.
Some examples of how the IMF has manipulated the public in the past are:
- The IMF manipulated data on China’s business climate ranking in 2017 to boost its position and secure its support for a capital increase.
- The IMF manipulated data on Greece’s debt sustainability in 2010 to justify its bailout program and impose harsh austerity measures.
- The IMF manipulated data on Argentina’s inflation rate in 2013 to pressure its government to adopt its policy recommendations.
A study in 2022 found that 50 of the largest global corporations have successfully lobbied to weaken environmental regulations in their operational countries. NGOs, too, are not immune from manipulation by the GPPP, with many of them dependent on funding from government bodies or corporate entities, which sways their priorities and agendas.
Shadow Puppeteers: What role do global representative groups like the World Economic Forum, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Club of Rome, and the Rockefellers play in the GPPP?
The think tanks and global representative groups are the originators of the policies that guide the GPPP. They are the ones who devise and propose policies based on their personal interests. They are also the ones who work in partnership with central banks and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) to convert resources into global political policy.
Unlike the household names we've previously explored, the entities mentioned below operate in shadows, their roles unnoticed by the everyday citizen. And their decisions seep into our lives, as insidious as the trickle of a leaking faucet.
There are a few examples of entities that fall under the policy makers, but we are briefly going to speak about 4 of them:
The World Economic Forum: This acts as a think tank that produces reports and initiatives on various topics related to global challenges. The WEF has promoted a globalist agenda that seeks to undermine national sovereignty and democracy, and to impose a technocratic dictatorship that would control every aspect of human life. It has also been found to have orchestrated the COVID-19 pandemic and using it as an excuse to implement its “Great Reset” plan that would radically transform the world economy and society.
The Council on Foreign Relations. This is another think tank that specializes in U.S. foreign policy and international relations. The CFR has functioned as a shadow government that influences and manipulates US foreign policy and public opinion, and serves the interests of the global elite. They have been involved in various conspiracies and scandals, such as the Iran-Contra affair, the 9/11 attacks, and the Iraq War.
Then we have the Club of Rome who is focused on global problems and solutions related to sustainability and human development. The Club of Rome has been found advocating for a depopulation agenda that would reduce the world’s population by 90% through various means, such as wars, diseases, famines, and sterilization. It has also fabricated and exaggerated environmental crises, such as climate change and resource depletion, to justify its policies.
And we have the Rockefellers who are a family that have founded and funded various think tanks and global representative groups over the years. They have amassed enormous wealth and influence through unethical and illegal means, such as monopolies, cartels, coups, wars, and assassinations. They have also been accused of funding and founding various think tanks and global representative groups to advance their interests and agendas.
The Financing Puppets of the GPPP: What role do central banks play in funding government spending and shaping monetary policy in the context of the GPPP?
The central banks are the players in funding government spending and enabling the GPPP. They are the ones who create and manipulate money in the economy to influence interest rates and inflation. They are also the ones who work in partnership with the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) to coordinate and regulate global monetary policy.
Some examples of these entities include:
The Federal Reserve. This is the central bank of the United States that sets and implements monetary policy for the world’s largest economy. It also acts as a lender of last resort to financial institutions and a fiscal agent to the U.S. government. They partner with the BIS to promote its policies on global financial stability and cooperation. They also back up government spending by buying trillions of dollars worth of U.S. Treasury bonds and mortgage-backed securities through its quantitative easing program.
The Fed has been accused of creating asset bubbles and financial instability by keeping interest rates too low for too long and by buying trillions of dollars worth of bonds and securities through its quantitative easing programs. It has also been accused of bailing out Wall Street and big banks at the expense of Main Street and taxpayers during the 2008 financial crisis.
Then we have the European Central Bank (ECB). This is the central bank of the euro area that sets and implements monetary policy for 19 countries that share a common currency. It also acts as a supervisor and regulator of banks and financial markets in the euro area. It is partnered with the BIS to promote its policies on global monetary policy coordination and integration. It also funds government spending by buying billions of euros worth of government bonds and corporate bonds through its pandemic emergency purchase programme.
The ECB has been accused of imposing harsh austerity measures and structural reforms on struggling eurozone countries in exchange for its bond-buying and lending programs. It has also been accused of violating its mandate and treaty obligations by engaging in fiscal policy and monetary financing of governments. It has also been accused of being undemocratic and unaccountable to the European public and parliament.
The Puppeteer Behind Global Markets, Trade, and National Economies: What role do they play in the Global Public Private Partnership (GPPP) structure?
The BIS is the ultimate controller of the money supply and thus global markets, trade, and national economies. It is the central bank of central banks that sets and implements global monetary policy. It is also the regulator and supervisor of the global financial system that ensures its stability and efficiency. They are the facilitator and coordinator of global financial cooperation that fosters dialogue and collaboration among central banks and other authorities.
The BIS uses conventional tools, such as interest rates, exchange rates, and reserve requirements, to influence the cost and availability of money in the economy. It uses unconventional tools, such as quantitative easing, negative interest rates, and macroprudential measures, to inject or withdraw money directly from the economy by buying or selling assets or imposing restrictions on financial activities. They abuse digital tools, such as central bank digital currencies, cross-border payment systems, and distributed ledger technologies, to create new forms of money under the illusion of efficiency in the economy.
The BIS has been accused of facilitating Nazi Germany’s plunder of gold and other assets from occupied countries during World War II. It has also been accused of helping Nazi officials escape justice and launder their wealth after the war.
The BIS is a secretive and unaccountable institution that operates above the law and beyond the reach of democratic oversight. It has been uncovered as a club of elite bankers that serves the interests of the global financial oligarchy..
The BIS has been accused of imposing and enforcing a one-size-fits-all monetary policy that disregards the needs and circumstances of different countries and regions. It has also been accused of creating and exacerbating financial crises and instability by promoting excessive deregulation, liberalization, and globalization of financial markets.
The BIS has been found to undermine national sovereignty and democracy by influencing and manipulating the policies and decisions of central banks and governments. It is a tool of the GPPP that advances its agendas on various issues such as climate change, digital currencies, and cyber security.
There’s so much evidence of how these groups and entities manipulate, dominate, exploit, and enslave the public through their policies and practices. The GPPP is not a benign or beneficial arrangement, but rather a deceptive and dangerous scheme that serves the interests of the global elite and their cronies.
We have focused on five main groups and entities: the subjects, propagandists, the enforcers, the policy distributors, and policy makers which are global representative groups, the central banks, and the BIS. We have pulled apart how each of these groups operate and interact within the GPPP structure.
The GPPP is a scheme for controlling, dominating, exploiting, and enslaving the public by the global elite and their cronies. This scheme poses a serious threat to national sovereignty, democracy, freedom, justice, and human dignity. This scheme needs to be exposed, resisted, and dismantled by all people who value their rights and liberties.