Biden’s Genocide (All Would Be Presidents Must Be Child Killers to Quality For Cabal’s Funding to Be in Top Tier of Politics)

Comment: These Satanic Criminals are who the American People have been worshipping and supporting against me.

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World Bank Proposes Unfreezing Small Portion of Frozen Funds for Afghanistan

Dec. 2, 2021 (EIRNS)—According to an exclusive story by Reuters on Nov. 29, the World Bank’s board of directors decided on Nov. 30 to recommend to the 30-plus donors to the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF), administered by the World Bank, that $280 million of the $1.5 billion in the fund be unfrozen, and transferred to the World Food Program and UNICEF for humanitarian work in Afghanistan. The donors, however, must approve the transfer before even this small sum can be distributed, and that includes the ARTF’s largest donor: the United States.

The decision by the World Bank board does not challenge the full financial sanctions paradigm being deployed against Afghanistan, nor is $280 million sufficient to save Afghanistan’s people, but it puts the spotlight on the Biden administration’s continued refusal to end its policy of genocide against the Afghan people and nation. The world should know tomorrow if the U.S. allows even this small crack in its sanctions, as Reuters reports that the donors are “expected to meet” on Dec. 3 to decide on the World Bank’s recommendation.

If the aid is approved, the issue of U.S. sanctions remains an obstacle, even though this humanitarian aid would be channeled to foreign humanitarian entities, not the interim Afghan government. The U.S. Treasury, which is holding $9 billion in funds belonging to Afghanistan, has provided “comfort letters” assuring banks that they can process humanitarian transactions for Afghanistan, but banks remain wary of being accused of breaking sanctions, so aid agencies have had difficulties getting transactions approved even for such basic supplies as food and medicine, as Reuters reports.

Others are mobilizing. Saudi Arabia, as the chair of the Islamic Summit, yesterday called for the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) to hold an extraordinary meeting to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and “pathways for an urgent humanitarian response,” because regional and world peace and stability is threatened by the crisis, WION news reported. The Pakistani government quickly offered to host the meeting on Dec. 17 in Islamabad, with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi expressing his confidence “that the OIC member states will endorse this offer.”

Even a Bloomberg Opinion editor, Ruth Pollard, issued a warning that if the Biden administration does not lift the sanctions soon, it will be responsible for the kind of mass death which resulted from the Obama administration’s refusal to lift sanctions on Somalia in the face of famine:

“Let’s hope there are some U.S. officials with long memories still walking the halls of power—long enough to recall what happened in Somalia in 2010 and 2011 when it was in the grip of a drought and an insurgency from the al-Qaeda-aligned militant Islamist group al-Shabab. Back then, aid groups warned that without urgent action, including the lifting of U.S. sanctions, there would be a famine. The sanctions stayed in place and the country slipped into famine. The Obama administration lifted the restrictions soon after but by then, many thousands had already died and ultimately, nearly 260,000 perished,”

she wrote.

Comment: Presidents, like O’bama & Biden, simply do what they are OrDErED to do by the Satanic Cabal. In Contrast, China is lifting itself and others OUT OF POVERTY that we of the United States on Behalf of Cabal Empire Have Forced NATIONS INTO.


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Helga Zepp-LaRouche Defends Belt and Road on CGTN ‘Dialogue’ Broadcast

Dec. 2, 2021 (EIRNS)—Schiller Institute Chairwoman and founder Helga Zepp-LaRouche appeared today on China’s CGTN TV broadcast “Dialogue, Ideas Matter,” on which she discussed the eight years of the Belt and Road Initiative, taking up the example of the completion of the Laos rail corridor as the latest example, and counterposing the BRI with the Malthusian ideology expressed by Klaus Schwab on behalf of the networks represented at the World Economic Forum.

Zepp-LaRouche said that one of the best ways to understand the importance of the BRI would be to imagine what the world would be like had the BRI not been launched. As it completed the task of lifting its own population out of extreme poverty, China was able to export its development experience and capabilities to other countries able to benefit from projects and growth in their own countries.

The other guest on the segment, Shiran Illanperuma, a Sri Lankan analyst with Econsult Asia, pointed to the importance of the Hambantota port to his nation, countering the debt-trap narrative according to which China upgraded the port for purposes of taking it over.

Mrs. Zepp-LaRouche called the new Laos railroad to be one of the most exciting recent projects by virtue of its connecting, through Laos, the ASEAN community generally with China. This railroad is not simply a rail line, but rather a potential development corridor to spur growth.

The debt-trap narrative was again countered by a full explanation of Sri Lanka’s national debt and the port itself. Only 10% of Sri Lanka’s external debt is to China—the same percentage as the portion of Sri Lanka’s debt owed to Japan or the Asian Development Bank. The port was leased for 99 years to a Chinese company in return for a large cash infusion that Sri Lanka used for general budgetary reasons, not specifically for debt repayment. Near the port, several industrial projects have also been built.

Asked to respond to criticisms of the BRI—that it is not transparent, that it is to expand China’s influence, and that it is being used to expand China’s international military presence—Zepp-LaRouche insisted that one must look at the ideology underlying the objections. For Klaus Schwab, for example, population and economic growth are themselves a problem, and countries that are currently underdeveloped should remain as underdeveloped sources for raw materials.

“We have reached a point where we need a complete change of the system, and I think the model China has offered is the best available on the planet,” she concluded.

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