It looks like an international group was trying to “plant a flag,” so to speak, over the ocean’s international waters, using pollution as a rationale. Google and the United Nations appear to play a large role. I transcribed large parts of many speeches Ghislaine and others gave concerning TerraMar and the relation of TerraMar to United Nations policy. Judge for yourself. I let them tell you, for the most part. I highlighted portions of their speeches that I think support my theory, which I will also summarize at the end.
September 26, 2012. MNN: The TerraMar Project is launched at the Blue Ocean Film Festival & Conservation Conference in Monterey, California. The MNN article notes that 64% of the world’s oceans are outside of national boundaries. It is this area that Ghislaine Maxwell wanted to gain some kind of control over. “People traditionally see individual oceans and seas. The truth is that all the oceans are interconnected and related. It’s all one sea,” Maxwell says. “What TerraMar wants to do is give this part of the world an identity.” Google Ocean was a key for Ghislaine. “Google Ocean makes the high seas super-attractive and engaging, so we chose to showcase it on our site.”
June 22, 2013. Jenifer Austin: “Ambassadors from 20 nations gathered yesterday to discuss an Oceans Sustainable Development Goal at the United Nations, hosted by Ambassador Beck from Palau, Amir Dossal, Ghislaine Maxwell, founder of the Terramar Project, and Ambassador Quinlan from Australia. Google Ocean.”
Ghislaine: “The part that I play here is to gather a group of, from normal citizens, from all around the world, so that they can come together and lend a voice that help you pass the laws that need to be passed, and make the difficult decisions that need be made, and it will make that a little bit easier because you’ll have a community behind you, pushing for it. We’re sitting here at the UN Trusteeship Council, and the ocean needs trustees that match a future pollutions, (unintelligible) a really fantastic opportunity to rally citizens globally, protectors of the oceans, and help empower you to make the difficult decisions to make the changes that need to be made, thank you.”
The UN website says “The Trusteeship Council suspended its operations on 1 November 1994, a month after the independence of Palau, the last remaining United Nations trust territory. By a resolution adopted on 25 May 1994, the Council amended its rules of procedure to drop the obligation to meet annually and agreed to meet as occasion required — by its decision or the decision of its President, or at the request of a majority of its members or the General Assembly or the Security Council.” “In setting up an International Trusteeship System, the Charter established the Trusteeship Council as one of the main organs of the United Nations and assigned to it the task of supervising the administration of Trust Territories placed under the Trusteeship System.” Here’s a list of the former United Nations Trust Territories.
June 25, 2013. Ghislaine Maxwell speaks at the United Nations again. Stuart Beck, Ambassador to Palau, speaks as well.
Stuart Beck was an American lawyer who studied at Harvard and Yale. He later married a native of Palau and became an honorary citizen of Palau and Palau’s Ambassador. He also served some at the United Nations as President and Vice-President of the General Assembly, and other impressive accomplishments listed on his linked Wikipedia page. Stuart died in early 2016.
Ghislaine: 5:22 What TerraMar is seeking to do along with our other friends in the sector is to create a social network around the Ocean with a global outreach and create a global citizenship for our Global Commons and for the Oceans. And with that in place it will then be informed about the SDGs and on Ocean-related issues and will then empower the representatives in the United Nations to take the hard decisions that they need to do to make new laws for sustainability of our Oceans for our super-important future. And we link with very important other media outlets, social networks outlets such as Google, who we work with, and Ideapod. Ideapod, which is a social networking site, that is also partnered with the United Nations to create a crowd-sourcing platform for the biggest ideas to help change the world.” (Note that Ideapod is linked to Amir Dossal. Wikipedia references a link to an old Ideapod page on Amir Dossal, which now says “are you lost” when you click on it). They have a search engine, and nope, no Amir Dossal.
Beck 7:44. “You know there are going to be 193 votes at the General Assembly in 2015 to decide what are the Sustainable Development Goals. So our ultimate objective, has gotta be those 193. This is not a slam dunk. There are a lot of countries, it seems, we are not in favor of an Oceans SDG. They have their own priorities. They are landlocked. They are more concerned with MDG-type issues for example. So those are the ultimate objects of our campaign. We need those votes. For that to happen, I think, we’re gonna need social networks to make it clear that the world will not stand for the continued destruction of the Oceans. You know, what’s going on is really repellant. We’re losing all of our fish stocks. We’re both radiating and acidifying the waters. And I was in an acidification meeting earlier this week where it became clear that today it’s hard for mussels and clams in certain areas to form their shells because the water has become so acid. So we have a picture in Palau last night, we had the highest tide in the history of Palau. So this is not something that’s coming, it’s here. And what are we gonna do in the next 15 months to make sure that the members of the General Assembly do their job and create an Ocean’s SDG, not for its symbolic purposes, but because it will set out measurable goals like the MDGs on which every country in the world will be judged.”
Beck: 12:44. “You know on sharks, it’s the proof of performance that we can actually accomplish something. You know, 3 years ago, tiny Palau has this President stand up in front of the General Assembly and say that he’s gonna declare a shark sanctuary for Palauan waters. Now, and they did. And 600,000 square kilometers of the globe were now safe for sharks for the first time in history. Well now it’s 3 years later, we had a meeting yesterday. 12-and-a-half million square kilometers of the world were represented around that table. No longer just little Palau, but Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rico, the Bahamas, Barbados, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Maldives had joined. And now as you look at the map, those little dots start to fill in, we’re gonna get the whole Ocean. So what it demonstrates to me is that, number 1 the world really cares about this stuff, you know, that it doesn’t have a constituency. Miss Maxwell at the Trusteeship Council observed that here we were at the Trusteeship Council, how interesting. Their are no longer countries that are trustees, you know. In many ways, it’s lost its purpose, except for the fact that she correctly observed, let’s all be trustees for the Ocean.”
22:19: “Palau is now, in a sense, the trustee of a swath of Ocean the size of France.” 22:40 “But we have no help from anybody with regard to surveillance, except the Australians, who were kind enough to give us that boat. But now, you sit with the folks at Google, and you realize that they’re capable of simultaneously tracking every boat in the Ocean. Now, that’s more than Palau can do by itself. That’s actually more than anyone can do by itself. I’m not suggesting they volunteer to do that, but that’s where we’re going. That’s the way she (Ghislaine) thinks, and that’s the way we’re starting to think.”
Ghislaine Maxwell: 24:35: “The view that I have is that you require a catalytic event, something for which people can coalesce around.”
September 25, 2013. The Clinton Foundation announced “New Commitments to Action,” whatever that means. One of them was for The Terramar Project.
What is the “Sustainable Oceans Alliance” that the Clinton Foundation and TerraMar Project supported, or committed to, or whatever. According to the Sustainable Ocean website, it’s a nonprofit that backs startups. “Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA) is a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco, California that develops leaders, cultivates ideas, and accelerates solutions in the field of ocean health and sustainability. Daniela V. Fernandez founded SOA in 2014 while she was an undergraduate to give young people a voice and a platform to effect real change on behalf of our ocean and climate.”
A Forbes profile of Daniela V. Fernandez also says that she founded Sustainable Oceans Alliance at age 19- in 2014 according to the SOA website. Seriously? Not Ghislaine Maxwell and TerraMar, not the Clinton Foundation, not in 2012-2013? Of course, Mark Zuckerberg, Sergei Brin and Larry Page were behind Facebook and Google too, not DARPA, right?
Sustainable Oceans Alliance has an “Accelerator Program” for entrepreneurs. Craig Dudenhoeffer: “The Accelerator is a program for entrepreneurs who are building startups. Use cutting edge new technologies and creative business models to build solutions for the oceans greatest challenges. What’s great about this year is we have 15 companies joining us, so we’ve tripled the size of the program, and we have entrepreneurs now within the Accelerator Program from 6 different companies.” Lindsey Hoell: “I don’t want to have to apologize for our mission when we’re telling people what we’re doing. I want people to believe in us because of our mission, and I felt like SOA would help put us in front of the right people that had aligned values, that could help bring this vision to life.”
March 18, 2014. Ghislaine Maxwell speaks at the United Nations about her TerraMar Project. Amir Dossal, is a “a British chartered accountant and a social innovator,” whatever that means. Ted Turner gave him $1 Billion for various charity endeavors. Dossal introduced Ghislaine and went straight to telling the UN how they could buy the ocean, literally. Ghislaine was not so blunt in her remarks. The date is from the youtube link, although I’m not sure of it.
Amir Dossal: “I’m now going to invite the person who has been the inspiration behind the Sustainable Oceans Alliance, who really has something called TerraMar Project. She controls the Oceans around the World. I, if you would look at the website, you have the opportunity to buy up parts of the Ocean through her. And really, the Sustainable Oceans Alliance came together at the insistence of one person who is in the room, I don’t want to have to look for him, his name is Steven Haft, where is Steven? Steven, please get up. Steven has been a passionate person behind the Oceans Alliance saying ‘we need to do something, and he got us together, Ambassador Beck and I, and with Ghislaine Maxwell, and we set up the Oceans Alliance, and we are very grateful to Steven for his support. And therefore, I invite my dear friend Ghislaine Maxwell to tell us how we can own the oceans. You have three seconds. (Laughter). Thank you, please.”
Ghislaine: “I’ll do my best. First of all, your Excellencies, Presidents, Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen, I would just like to thank you so much. It’s such an honor to be here. I’m here representing Civil Society. My passion for the ocean, for those of you, there’s a slideshow going up there so you don’t just have to hear me, you can see the pictures as well, started when I was a little girl. I grew up watching Jacque Cousteau on TV and became mesmerized with the oceans. It led me to become a deep-water submersible pilot, and ultimately on one of my first dives, when I went down expecting to see a fish, I switched on the lights at the bottom of the ocean and saw a plastic hanger. It was in that moment, actually, that I decided I really wanted to focus my attention on the Ocean. And the area of the Ocean I chose to focus on was the High Seas, which we’ve discussed much here today, but for those of you who don’t know, it represents 45% of our planet. And by the way, that 45% belongs to each and every one of you here because it is our Global Commons, under UNCLOS it is ours, it belongs to each and every one of us, and the assets belong to us too. And I didn’t know that when I started. The history of this started in 533 A.D. under Emperor Justinian, went through the Magna Carta of course, I have to give a note to England, and then ends up in 1982 at the Law of the Seas Convention.” Ghislaine then talks for several minutes about shrinking Arctic Ice and overfishing. 5:22. I started the TerraMar Project, and the point of the TerraMar Project is to connect each and every one of us to the Global Oceans, to the High Seas, because it does belong to you. We give you a Passport, a daily online newspaper, an education platform, a Government Structure, and a way to connect to your oceans as you never have been able to before. Fish do not vote, but we do, and if we do, and we tell our politicians that we want the Oceans to become sustainable, then the goal is to have every politician end up with a policy framework, and a decision on how they treat the oceans, and hopefully that will be sustainable, because that is what we the people want. Sustainable Development Goals at the UN is, I think, a fantastic thing. The United Nations is absolutely the right place to lead this. They are the only place that has this global reach. All of the people can come together to create this goal, which will then be the Planetary Mandate for the next 50 years on how we treat our Oceans. So I really want the people, each and every one of us, 7 billion of us on the planet, to come together, to sign up, to get your Passport, so that the UN and each Ambassador can hear it’s what we want, and all politicians know that no sustainable ocean means we won’t vote them back into power. If we won’t vote them back into power, they’re out, we’ll find someone else to support the Oceans. Thank you.
Amir Dossal: 6:51 “Thank you, Ghislaine, thank you. So if we want to become part of your Ocean Community we just go to TerraMar Project?”
Ghislaine: “The Terramar Project dot Org. I invite you all to sign in, it’s a pledge. There’s no taxes by the way. It’s all free. And all you’re signing is ‘you love the Ocean. That you will spread your love of the Ocean, because we’re a digital platform, and that you want the Ocean to be sustainably managed. And that is the message that we the people, the owners of the Ocean, the owners of our planet, one species, one home, one common destiny. That’s the message we’re bringing here, thank you.”
April 23, 2014. Ghislaine Maxwell speaks at Google Maritime Domain Awareness Workshop.
Ghislaine: 3:11 “We’re taking this (logo) into schools because it’s really the young people who drive change.” 3:46 “I connect with the JASON Project, which goes to public schools across America.” (The Jason Project Wikipedia page says that the JASON Project is associated with NASA, NOAA, and the US Department of Energy. It’s unclear if the JASON Project is associated with the JASON Group, but it sounds like it. I wrote a bit about this in an article on Murray Gell-Mann, a founder of the JASON Group, and the reason Jeff Epstein said he built a home in New Mexico).
Summer, 2014? Ghislaine Maxwell speaks at a “TED talk.” TED is Ted Waitt. Ghislaine and Ted have had a relationship. I can’t find a good date on this speech.
Ghislaine Maxwell: “Good afternoon. I noticed that my speech today was “leveraging technology to create a Global Community. I’m going to change that on you, and I’m going to leverage technology to create a new country. Now I know I speak with a funny accent, and so yes I did say country, not company. So, with that, I’m the founder of an internet project called the TerraMar Project. It’s an ocean-based digital platform to, which I’m going to be talking to you about.” Ghislaine then talks about diving, Jacques Cousteau, and the plastic coat hanger again, and how every one in the room owns part of the Ocean and its resources. 4:09: “Today if you open your newspaper, the front page of the newspapers are focused on clashes between China and the Philippines, and China and Thailand on Ocean-related issues. So the Ocean is the next frontier. It’s the next big debate. It’s the next big grab of space, of Ocean space if you will. America alone has about 2.5 times the size of the Louisiana Purchase to be had through the Continental Shelf issues.” Ghislaine then talks about the role of the Oceans in producing oxygen and rainfall, how it affects weather, and produces food. She then talks about overfishing and hypoxic zones. 7:31. “This September, the United Nations are voting to create a new set of goals called the Sustainable Development Goals that are replacing the set of goals that were created in 2000 called the Millennium Development Goals, that focused on important goals such as HIV and malaria, and the Sustainable Development Goals currently, which would be the road map for the next 15 years on our planet, do not mention the Ocean. And I say to myself, how is it possible, how is it possible, that a road map for sustainability of our planet, which 71% of our planet is Ocean, does not contain the word Ocean. And so, I thought to myself, that’s just mad, and for the next generations that come after us, that’s just not gonna happen like that. We can’t allow that to happen. So I created the TerraMar Project, which is this digital platform and create symbols, such as, I think we can all understand, this is I love the Ocean. Now, each and every one of you in this room has a network. You’re on Twitter. You’re on Facebook. And this is the new way to communicate. The way we normally think about the commons is the Tragedy of the Commons, if we even think about it at all, but I think we have a unique and amazing opportunity today to turn what has always been known as the Tragedy of the Commons into the first Success of the Commons, and that’s because of each and every one of you in this room has the power and the ability to change the way that we think about this world and our oceans and the part that you own, because you own it, it is yours, and you have a decision to make. So, because you own that 45%, I created a pledge. And the pledge is that you love the Ocean. And when you say you love the Ocean, you receive a digital Passport, and the Passport is how I connect you to the Global Commons. And it’s how I go to the United Nations and I say yes, we have X thousand people that care enough, that signed in, got a Passport, and then shared it with one, two, three, a hundred, a thousand, a million, of their friends, and we then create a Global Community. Because, I only see- I don’t see the things that divide us. Normally what divides us- Creed, color, cast, religion, sex, age, I don’t see those things. I see us as one species with one home and one common destiny. And I don’t see multiple Oceans, I don’t see the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Mediterranean, I see one Ocean, because ultimately everything is connected as we are. But if we don’t participate in it, we don’t use social media, which is the new tool for connecting each and every one of us, and connecting us and our friends across the globe, we’re not going to make it. So we have other tools for engagement on this site, which is how I try to grow the site, because you do own the Ocean, and I worked with Google on this, who helped me start this project. You can actually sponsor and own a piece of the Ocean. Obviously I’m not selling the Ocean, it’s only a digital representation, but you get to buy a piece of the Ocean, you get to tell a story about it, and you get to share that story about why that piece of the Ocean specifically is important to you. Google creating the same as Google Street under the Oceans so that you can dive across the globe, and dive underneath and see what goes on. And I have multiple areas that you can dive under the Ocean. I have this extraordinary 3D image that’s fully 360 degrees of where you’re going to dive. And eventually, there are going to be many more of these places so when you decide you want to go to visit a place in Bali, or you want to go to Monterey, or wherever you want to go, you should be able to go see, what am I going to see in the Ocean, and frankly if you don’t like diving, if you don’t like the Sea, you can go have a look and it’s so gorgeous, it’s almost as good as going there.” And that’s where I stopped transcribing at the 11:37 mark. There was nothing substantial after that.
So Google played a large role in TerraMar Project, according to Ghislaine. I wonder if a “piece of the ocean” could be a depository for money, to allow money laundering to go “offshore” completely, but I haven’t figured out how they might do that yet.
July 20, 2015. Ghislaine Maxwell speaks extensively on her TerraMar Project at the “Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE Awards, Presented by Foreign Affairs.”
46:38: Ghislaine: “I wanted to find a way to connect the individual to what I found to be the most important part of my life, which was the ocean, and the individual being the people outside of our community, because I know that everybody here like everybody on this planet is connected to the ocean in a way. But what happens to the, you know the housewife in Des Moines, or you know, if you’re living in sort of the middle of Uzbekistan. You should also be (skip in video), those, because you’ll also be connected to the ocean. (Note here, I think the part that was skipped in the video was carefully edited to remove a phrase where Ghislaine said that individuals could buy parcels of ocean). So, the High Seas, the area outside of every single country’s jurisdiction under the law of the Sea Convention of 1982. The law of the Sea Convention belongs to each and every one of us, collectively and individually. And so I started the Terramar Project. The Terramar Project are all based on our collective both ownership and interest in the ocean as a way to connect us to it. So I give a… It has a flag; it has a passport which you can all get for free by the way, so you can get your ocean passport becoming dual citizens of land and sea. A daily newspaper called the Daily Catch, a global ocean TV show called GOT, Global Ocean Television, a radio show, and education platform, and a government structure. And we’ve been at the UN and our primary goal then was to have the ocean be included as part of the Sustainable Development Goals, which will be announced in September, and I’m really thrilled to say that the ocean will be part of the Sustainable Development Goals.”
48:47: One of our biggest relationships is with academics and people who do hard science. Because you cannot change the way people think about the ocean or make good decisions about ocean unless, in fact, you have good data. So, which brings us round to here, so anything that provides good data, new information, new keys to understanding what is known as the seventh economy of the world, or as I like to think of it, another sort of country if you will, or continent or however you want to think about it, is the key to making smart decisions about how you manage it, because if the ocean continues down the current path of losing fish, acidification, and all the other very, plastics and pollution and so on, it’s not boding very well for us the primary species on the planet.
1:07:49: Ghislaine: “I would say to each and every one of you here. If you care so much about the ocean, don’t walk out of here and not get your Ocean Passport, because you have to have a community to make a difference. You have to have a group together so that you can understand where the problems are. I’m building a platform where you can go, easily, and have a relationship with the ocean that’s more communicable than it has been in the past, but you need tools, and you need people to get excited about it, and then you need the data to prove that it’s important.
1:15:15: Ghislaine: “Two years ago, one tuna, one tuna was sold from the global commons for $1.7 million dollars. That tuna was your tuna. Now, did you get paid? So for that tuna, first of all, it was caught by a large fleet that was subsidized by your taxpayer dollars. It was then taken to a market where it was sold to a restaurant, and when you paid for it at the restaurant, you paid for it with your taxpayer dollars, you paid for it when it came to the plate, you paid for it when that tuna was removed from the vital services that it performs on the ocean. So we all have a, you literally do own it. Under the Law of the Sea, you own the oil, the gas, the gold, the diamonds, and all the fish. I just made you all trillionaires in this room.”
Let’s take a look at a few things Ghislaine spoke of, the “Sea Convention of 1982” and the “Sustainable Development Goals.”
What Ghisliane called the Sea Convention of 1982 appears to be a series of meetings from 1972-1982, called United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), or the Law of the Sea Convention or the Law of the Sea treaty. UNCLOS was finalized in December 1982 and ratified in November 1994. What did it do? Borrowing Wikipedia’s summary: “UNCLOS replaces the older ‘freedom of the seas‘ concept, dating from the 17th century: national rights were limited to a specified belt of water extending from a nation’s coastlines, usually 3 nautical miles..”
One of the extensions of the old 3 nautical mile limit was the creation of an “exclusive economic zone” which could be up to 200 nautical miles.”
It looks like the “territorial sea” of an “archipelagic State” was set at 12 miles from any coast. Archipelagic states are chains of islands.
There’s some language in there about establishing shipping lanes.
Belfer Center: The United States was not one of the nations that ratified UNCLOS. Shipping lanes have become a big issue between the United States and China. China has militarized some sandy atolls in the Spratly Islands. The United States occasionally cruises destroyers right beside them. Screenshot below is from the Belfer Center link.
Under UNCLOS, if someone is dumping trash and oil offshore from international waters and it’s washing up on a nation’s shores, that nation can still take action. Pollution is a back door into international law of the “High Seas” which I think Ghislaine Maxwell and TerraMar Project, backed by the Rothschilds most likely, is attempting to widen and will exploit more and more over time.
Now on to the Sustainable Development Goals that Ghislaine Maxwell talked about. Let’s start with those from 1992. The following screenshots are from a .pdf of the Sustainable Development Goals of 1992, which the United Nations called “Agenda 21”
The 1992 Agenda 21 references the term “non-governmental organizations” over 100 times, including several times in Chapter 17 on the Oceans. While Agenda 21 doesn’t go so far as requiring coastal states to consult with NGOs, it says they “should consider… mechanisms, as appropriate, with… non governmental-organizations.” The TerraMar Project was a non-governmental organization (NGO).
September 25, 2015. Dag Hammarskjöld Library: “The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by consensus (without a vote) in A/RES/70/1 by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 25 September 2015.” So it wasn’t “a slam dunk,” like Stuart Beck said. I don’t know how the United Nations adopts something without voting, but they did. The 2015 Sustainable Development Goals had 17 main goals. Goal #14 concerned the Oceans.
There’s a lot of nonspecific language in the 2015 Sustainable Development Goals that seems to cover all of the Ocean. The most relevant legal change seems to be in section 14.c: “Enhance the conservation and sustainable use of oceans and their resources by implementing international law as reflected in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, which provides the legal framework for the conservation and sustainable use of oceans and their resources, as recalled in paragraph 158 of ‘The future we want.’” The devil’s always in the details, as they say. What’s “paragraph 158?” It wasn’t in the “Law of the Sea.” But I found it, and here’s “Paragraph 158.” Paragraph 158 is in this document, “The Future We Want,” dated 2012.
It’s a bit like trying to pin down smoke, because this paragraph in turn references UNCLOS (1982). “that international law, as reflected in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, provides the legal framework for the conservation and sustainable use of the oceans and their resources.” This very much seems like a method to try to regulate the “High Seas” without saying how they are going to do it. Back to the actual legal language, the only thing that addresses the Ocean outside the maximum 200 nautical mile economic zone in UNCLOS is pollution. And the 1992 SDG references how governments should consider making NGOs part of their “mechanisms.” I’m trying to find the actual technical basis for the blunt Ocean grab Amir Dossal spoke of, but the UN lawyers must not be as dense as him.
These are some subtle changes over a long period of time. It reminds me of a passage I read in an old book by Harold Barger in Money, Banking and Public Policy, copyright 1962.
Barger, page 143: The first bank to become a central bank was the Bank of England, founded in 1694 as an ordinary commercial bank although with certain special privileges. The Bank began life by making a large loan to the British Treasury, in return for which it was to be the only incorporated bank allowed to issue paper currency. Impressed by its close connection with the government and its partial monopoly of note issue, other banks gradually came to depend upon it. By the early nineteenth century it began to recognize a responsibility for supplying the London money market with additional cash in time of emergency; it abandoned the attempt to maximize its earning power by being always fully loaned up; and it ceased to go after private customers. By imperceptible degrees, over a period of two centuries, the Bank of England had developed into a true central bank.
“BY IMPERCEPTIBLE DEGREES.” The way I came to find this passage was from fact-checking conspiracy theories on the control of the world’s money supply, in reference to the people behind George Bush and the CIA- bankers. Long story short, the world’s money supply is controlled by fewer people than you’d think. As Mayer Amschel Rothschild said in 1790: “Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws.”
This includes the United States with the First Bank of the United States, via Rothschild’s agent Alexander Hamilton in 1791. Federal Reserve History: “The Bank of the United States, now commonly referred to as the first Bank of the United States, opened for business in Philadelphia on December 12, 1791, with a twenty-year charter.” The Federal Reserve History link doesn’t mention Hamilton’s ties to Mayer Amschel Rothschild. It does mention the opposition of the First Bank by Thomas Jefferson: “Not everyone agreed with Hamilton’s plan. Thomas Jefferson was afraid that a national bank would create a financial monopoly that might undermine state banks and adopt policies that favored financiers and merchants, who tended to be creditors, over plantation owners and family farmers, who tended to be debtors.” There was more to Jefferson’s vehement opposition to the Bank, however. He knew who was behind it. Congress did not renew the 20-year charter of the First Bank in 1811. The Federal Reserve History link does not mention Mayer Amschel’s warning either.
Sure enough, the War of 1812 with Britain followed. For further reading on the sinister side of Central Banks and the people behind them, I suggest The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve.
BY IMPERCEPTIBLE DEGREES. Do you really think 100 years from now that the housewife from Des Moines is going to be the one controlling the trillions in “the oil, the gas, the gold, the diamonds, and all the fish?” Even if Amir Dossal hadn’t been dense enough to blurt it out “I invite my dear friend Ghislaine Maxwell to tell us how we can own the oceans” in front of the United Nations General Assembly, I had it figured out.
TerraMar Project Inc was registered at 326 East 65th Street #326, supposedly owned at some point by Lynn Forester de Rothschild, which is a terribly careless direct link from Ghislaine’s TerraMar Project to the Rothschilds.
Earlier I noted that the Clinton Foundation was associated with Terramar. The Clinton Foundation began in 1997. The Clinton Global Initiative, a part of the Clinton Foundation, began in 2005. Bill Clinton gives Doug Band most of the credit for starting the Clinton Global Initiative. I tend to think it was more an idea of the Rothschilds, close associates of the Clintons. Lynn Forester and Evelyn de Rothschild actually honeymooned at the White House on November 30, 2000, although an original link to Avenue Magazine, avenuemagazine.com/american-royalty-lynn-forester-de-rothschild-has-a-new-mission-in-life , now refuses to connect to their article on the Rothschilds honeymoon in the White House, and only goes to their home page. Another link referencing the honeymoon on Evelyn Rothschild’s wikipedia page has gone missing as well, which is: “‘I Love My Country Over My Party’ Archived 6 May 2013 at the Wayback Machine.” Lynn Forester wrote a letter to Bill Clinton mentioning Jeffrey Epstein in 1995. And so on. I have a more thorough accounting of the relationship between them all here. I think it’s rather obvious that Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, the Clinton’s and the Rothschilds are all tied together in their global initiatives and so forth. Jeffrey Epstein claimed to be a “part of the original group that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative” in papers his lawyers filed in 2007 hoping for a lenient sentence.
The public in the United States is starting to understand by now that the Clintons and other politicians both left and right in the United States have been controlled and placed into power by both blackmail and bribery. The questions we should ask are, to what end? What does this group do with them once they have them in their pocket? And of course, who are “they.” So I’m here to tell you that trying to own the Ocean’s international waters by pollutions concerns via the United Nations legitimizing “non-governmental organizations” under international law is one use they’re putting them to. That’s one application.
That doesn’t mean that pollution isn’t real and that something doesn’t need to be done about it. I’m an environmentalist myself, and reading through all these sources I referenced for this article, it’s clear that ocean acidification, the proliferation of plastics in the ocean, overfishing, climate change, and you name it, are clear and present dangers.
Pollution is as real as Terrorism.
Terrorism provides a rationale for nations to invade other nations to control their natural resources, and install their version of Central Banks, among other things.
I remember supporting that damned war before I figured out what the purpose was, before we knew we were lied to on “WMDs.” I’ve been on both sides in the United States, right and left, so I know how both sides think. Here’s what I have to say to the environmentalists on the “left,” all those bright young minds at the Sustainable Oceans Alliance with the great ideas on how to safe the Oceans, taking whoever-it-is’s money for your startups: Careful what you put into power. Careful how your efforts are co-opted into a larger sinister plan. Think about the structure of who will own these “NGOs” and “Ocean parcels” 100 years from now.
“We found a Plastic Coat Hanger. All your Oceans are Belong to Us.” (see Calvin, Hobbes).
And here’s what I have to say to the right: Stop denying the obvious. Stop saying climate change isn’t real when it clearly is. Stop insulting people who care about the environment. Stop discrediting yourselves. When you make yourself look like idiots and make the other side hate you, you make them turn a blind eye to whatever truth you could tell them. I can’t tell you how many arguments I’ve been in trying to convince someone that “global warming was real,” with people, who in retrospect, were likely being deliberately obtuse. These people were invariably “Clinton haters” as well. Some were almost certainly professionals pushing disinformation with an agenda of discrediting the right. Somewhat reflexively, being a recovering Republican who figured out the role of Bush/Cheney in 9/11, I supported the Clintons without researching what you were saying. Now I’m telling all of you genuine conservatives that you were more right than you even knew.
Many people on the right still don’t know how their strings have been pulled by Terrorism, any more than those on left realize how their strings are being pulled by Pollution. I’d wager in the future, if there are ever any big votes in governments to turn ownership of the Oceans over to (whoever), we would be quite likely to see some environmental disasters to help us make up our mind. Ghislaine used the term “catalytic event.” Erik Prince used the term “dynamic event” in reference to Venezuela. Figure it out people.
It’s important for the globalists to keep the right and left at odds with each other. It’s important that you keep not listening to the other side. I can tell you from experience, when you add 2+2 from the left and right, it adds up to much more than 4. You start to see a symmetry. And what could control both sides of the American political spectrum at the highest levels, and the media as well? It’s just now coming into focus.