Central banks drive worldwide human slavery movement

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One future

Leave the central banks alone, you monsters


Beloved Russian patriot and Yale World Fellow Elvira Nabiullina (left); The G20 (right)

Each and every year, the Group of Twenty issues a joint declaration explaining the various acts of terrorism that it intends to carry out against the entire world. This is tradition. Surely you know this by now.

Remember LizardFest 2022? While sunbathing in Bali, the G20 promised to “capitalize and build on the success of the existing standards and digital COVID-19 certificates”, and develop “digital solutions” including “proof of vaccinations” to “facilitate seamless international travel”.

Coincidentally, the WHO is marching forward with its safe and convenient digital “health certificate” system—for your health and safety, of course.

This year’s space lizard convention was hosted by the ancient land of India. The theme was “ONE FUTURE” and “Don’t Forget To Get Your Clot-Shot.”

source: G20 Word Salad

You can read the 2023 G20 New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration on the Kremlin’s website because Russia is a G20 member and has endorsed this heartwarming, humane document.

It’s a beautiful text—arguably the G20’s magnum opus.

For example, in the third paragraph, we are informed that the UN’s Agenda 2030 and Sustainable Development Goals need to be implemented in a more timely manner.

source: Kremlin.ru

Later in its declaration (hereinafter referred to as the ONE FUTURE PLEDGE), the G20 affirms that “a rules-based, non-discriminatory, fair, open, inclusive, equitable, sustainable and transparent multilateral trading system, with WTO at its core, is indispensable.” Basically a verbatim copy-paste from the Johannesburg II Declaration. Curious. What could this possibly mean? (“One future”?)

Section 28 of the ONE FUTURE PLEDGE is even more special. It states:

We remain committed to strengthening the global health architecture, with the World Health Organization (WHO) at its core, and building more resilient, equitable, sustainable, and inclusive health systems to achieve Universal Health Coverage, implement One Health approach, enhance pandemic preparedness and strengthen existing infectious diseases surveillance systems.

The document explains in great detail how the WHO will make the world sustainable and healthy. James Raguski highlighted the relevant WHO-related slop.

And here is the G20’s plan for creating “Strong, Sustainable, Balanced, and Inclusive Growth”:

We will continue to enhance macro policy cooperation and support the progress towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.


Central bank independence is crucial to maintaining policy credibility. We will prioritise temporary and targeted fiscal measures to protect the poor and the most vulnerable, while maintaining medium-term fiscal sustainability.

Seriously: Why are some of you so threatened by a strong, independent global central banking system? You want nations to control their own monetary policy? Are you completely insane? Do you have any idea how damaging that would be for strong, sustainable, balanced, and inclusive growth?

The G20 understands the importance of maintaining policy credibility, and that’s why central bank independence is crucial. Is this really so hard to understand?

Enough already. Isn’t it time you left the central banks alone and picked on someone your own size?

The campaign of hate must end. When well-respected Russian economists argue that the Bank of Russia should be designated as a foreign agent, what they’re really doing is undermining One Future.

Kind, trustworthy, altruistic, caring, responsible, friendly, honest, selfless, prudent, forward-looking, health-preserving, safety-conscious, science-loving governments gathered in India to declare their plans for our joyous shared destiny—and there are still partypoopers on the internet who doubt the G20’s sincerity and good intentions? Shame on some of you.

The ONE FUTURE PLEDGE should be required reading for every schoolchild in every country of the world. There’s even a section on CBDCs and how they can be utilized for “cross-border payments”—proving once again that the digital ruble is a force for good in the world:

source: Kremlin.ru

When Simplicius the Deep Thinker penned a love sonnet dedicated to Elvira Nabiullina, the Bank of Russia, and the digital ruble—arguably the most titillating lyrical prose since Heinrich Heine’s Du bist wie eine Blume—I admit I was somewhat skeptical.

After all, why would you give a Yale World Fellow that nobody likes a digital tool of total control?

But now I understand that centralized, programmable, and traceable digital tokens, controlled by credible and independent central banks, are the key to One Future.

We are governed by responsible adults who care. The G20 New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration proves this beyond a reasonable doubt.

Putin, nooooooooooooooooooooooooo. (source)

Thank you for reading Edward Slavsquat. Have a pleasant Thursday.

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One Response to “Central banks drive worldwide human slavery movement”

  1. ian says:

    What will become of the pure bloods? Exiled from society, or worse?