Swiss Computer Model: “The One Bank” Superentity Controls 40% of the Global Economy
by Jeff Nielson
Posted March 6, 2019
A few years ago, readers were introduced to a paradigm of crime, corruption, and control which they now know as “the One Bank”. First they were presented with a definition and description of this crime syndicate.
That definition came via a massive computer model constructed by a trio of Swiss academics, and cited with favor by Forbes magazine. The computer model was based upon data involving more than 10 million “economic actors”, both individuals and corporations, and the conclusions which that model produced were nothing less than shocking.
The One Bank is “a super-entity” comprised of 147 corporate fronts, with approximately ¾ of these corporate fronts being financial intermediaries (i.e. “banks”). More…
Ever increasing mergers and acquisitions are making the transnational corporations larger and larger. This is consolidating their grip on the lives of all nations and people across the planet.
What will be the consequences of this ever increasingly transnational corporate tight grip on our lives? Do we really wish to go from the “company town” of the past to the “company nation” of the future?