Laundering with Immunity: The Control Framework Part 3 – World Economic Forum Protected

by Corey Lynn:

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is protected by immunities and privileges in Geneva, Switzerland where secrecy clings to the hallways of its headquarters overlooking Lake Geneva in Cologny. Though WEF has offices in New York and San Francisco, it does not have immunities in the U.S. under the International Organizations Immunities Act, nor does it appear to have immunities in its offices located in Beijing, Tokyo, or Mumbai. According to their agreement with the Swiss government, it would seem that their archives are inviolable, affording them the ability to plan and organize the movement of funds throughout their network without transparency, among other privileges noted below.

This is very important to draw attention to, as it was not previously covered in part 1 of Laundering with Immunity: The Control Framework,’ which included 76 international organizations, along with the Bank for International Settlements and its 63 Central Banks, plus GAVI and CERN. The 76 international organizations in part 1 consist of the immunities and privileges given by the U.S., though a good majority of those organizations receive immunities and privileges from numerous countries, and of course the UN is locked in through their treaties with 193 member states. It is critical that people search for the international organizations who hold immunities and privileges in their countries, because this will create an expansive map of the control system that dates back to 1945.

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