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Blended Finance AKA wealth transfer 2.0

Drareg

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The next big scam for the ruling classes further enrichment is called blended finance, tax payer money mixed with private sector money in the name of "humanitarianism", let’s be honest though, it’s the unelected central bank printing money and handing it to the ruling class, the ruling class hold it and it doesn’t circulate, with time the power of the central bank wanes because the ruling class have the threat of flooding the market with the trillions they have made, the potential to debase a currency, the ruling class will be busy building missiles in space with the limitless money they have, this will result in immense power.

The usual suspects involved, WEF, UN, sustainable development goals etc, it’s easy to see why the likes of Jeff bezos, zuckerberg et al are stepping aside from their small change outlets and stepping up the trillion dollar roulette table that is blended finance, it’s essentially a trillion dollar game of the sims, real live data on the peasants will also be present.

The billionaire gambling cult claim blended finance will result in positives for both investors and the community!
If you don’t comply billions of people will die, your a white supremacist, it’s a climate crisis and stuff like that, there will be plenty of gas for the light.

Its starting to look a lot like communitarianism.

The ruling class PR outlet Wikipedia covers it here -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blended_finance

"Blended finance is defined "as the strategic use of development finance and philanthropic funds to mobilize private capital flows to emerging and frontier markets",[2][3] resulting in positive results for both investors and communities. Blended finance offers the possibility to scale up commercial financing for developing countries and to channel such financing toward investments with development impact. As such, blended finance is designed to support progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set forth by the United Nations. Meeting the SDGs will require an additional $2.5 trillion in private and public financing per year as of 2017 estimates,[4][5] and an additional $13.5 trillion[6] to implement the COP21 Paris climate accord. The concept of blended finance can contribute to raising the private financing needed. It was first recognized as a solution to the funding gap in the outcome document of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development in July 2015


"The term blended finance implies the mixing of both public and private funds through a common investment scheme or deal, with each party using their expertise in a complementary way. The concept and model was developed within the Redesigning Development Finance Initiative from the World Economic Forum, who defined it as "the strategic use of development finance and philanthropic funds to mobilize private capital flows to emerging and frontier markets".




Below is the sustainable development investment partnership, it’s like a Facebook for cronyism. The ruling class obsession for Africa knows no bounds, all this will be labeled colonization down the line, Asian and the White ruling class (including jewish) again under the guise of humanitarianism, wasn’t colonization in the past justified under the guise of "humanitarianism" done via religion?


SDIP has 30 members.The partnership is open to governments, local and global private banks, institutional investors and other public and private financiers, development finance institutions and bilateral and multilateral development banks and other organizations committed to providing substantial energy and resources to support the various activities of the partnership.

  1. Agence française de développement (AFD)
  2. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  3. Government of Canada
  4. Citigroup
  5. Government of Denmark
  6. Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA)
  7. Deutsche Bank
  8. East Capital[6]
  9. European Investment Bank (EIB)
  10. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
  11. FMO[7]
  12. HSBC
  13. Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
  14. Industrial Development Corporation (IDC)[8]
  15. International Finance Corporation (IFC)
  16. The Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU)[9]
  17. Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
  18. Meridiam
  19. Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)
  20. Government of the Netherlands
  21. Government of Norway
"The SDIP was founded to help bridge the huge funding gap towards the SDGs; thus a large share of the projects are located in Sub-Saharan Africa. Of the $30 billion projects SDIP is facilitating worldwide, over $20 billion are located in Africa.[5] Consequently, the partnership has dedicated an African hub[14] within which the partnership is looking to build local capacity and ease the exchange of best practices across its network of institutions"

The Sustainable Development Investment Partnership[13] and Convergence[14] are two platforms that put blended finance into practice. Their goal is to bring relevant entities from the public and private sector together, connecting interests and resources to initiatives. Both of these platforms provide capital suppliers with access to a pipeline of individual blended finance project transactions, effectively scaling up the participation of both public and private investors in transactions.

While blended finance is showing promising initial interest and results, these platforms will help assess the efficiency of the model over time.
 

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