quinta-feira, 12 de março de 2020

OMS DECRETOU UMA PANDEMIA...SÓ AGORA?? PORQUÊ?


QUASE NINGUÉM SABE DA EXISTÊNCIA DOS «PANDEMIC BONDS» (obrigações de pandemias)

                       


E DERIVADOS ASSOCIADOS ... ANDAM A FAZER APOSTAS, JOGANDO COM A MORTE!     

Martin Armstrong relata recentemente a existência destes «pandemic bonds», o que nos deixa a pensar sobre qual ou quais as motivações da OMS em decretar TARDIAMENTE que o Covid-19 era uma pandemia.

Com efeito, já há quase dois meses que para mim era claro, pelo conjunto de características biológicas deste surto, que a epidemia de Wuhan iria alastrar numa pandemia! 

Leiam este excerto de artigo do blog de Martin Armstrong, «half-billion pandemic derivatives»: 
https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/disease/half-billion-pandemic-derivatives/
These pandemic bonds were sold to investors as a giant gamble in the global financial casino. The World Bank sold “pandemic bonds” which were a scheme like no other. In 2017, these bonds were sold to private investors on the premise that they would lose their money if any of six deadly pandemics hit. They did not pay out in 2019 when the Ebola virus broke out in Africa. The World Bank announced the creation of these structured bonds in May 2016 at the G7 Finance Ministers and Central Governors meeting in Sendai, Japan.
The World Health Organisation will keep the money and will use it to fight the outbreak. Investors bought the bonds and received regular coupon payments in return, which were substantial in this world of negative interest rates. If there is an outbreak of disease turned into a pandemic, then investors don’t get their initial money back. There are two varieties of debt that are scheduled to mature in July 2020.
The first bond issue raised $225 million and features an interest rate of around 7%! That was substantial. Payout on the bond is to be suspended if there is an outbreak of new influenza viruses or coronavirus. The second type of bond was even riskier which raised $95 million with an interest rate of more than 11%. This second type of bond keeps investors’ money if there is an outbreak of Filovirus, Coronavirus, Lassa Fever, Rift Valley Fever, and/or Crimean Congo Hemorrhagic Fever.
Then the World Bank issued $105 million derivative that works in a similar way.

2 comentários:

  1. O coronavírus não tem nada que ver com a gripe:

    https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg24532733-400-why-the-coronavirus-is-different-from-flu-and-warrants-major-action/?utm_source=NSNEW&utm_campaign=3e7fc15851-nsday_120320&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e65fab71ff-3e7fc15851-379191507

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  2. https://www.globalresearch.ca/covid-19-further-evidence-virus-originated-us/5706078
    O coronavírus teria origem nos EUA, num laboratório militar de Fort Detrick, Maryland.

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