World Bank Whistleblower: How Global Elite Rule Our World

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Karen Hudes was fired from her position as Senior Counsel within the World Bank after blowing the whistle on its corruption. She graduated from Yale Law School and worked in the legal department of the World Bank from 1986-2007, affording her an inside view of what really goes on with the world’s money flow. “The global financial system,” she says, “is dominated by the small group of corrupt, power-hungry figures centered around the privately owned U.S. Federal Reserve.”

The global elite are the head of mega-corporations who control forty percent of the entire global economy. Not only do they control these mega-corporations, they also dominate the unaccountable organizations that control the finances of nearly every nation in the world. This financial system is governed by the central banks and by the Bank for International Settlements, and it systematically transfers the wealth of the world out of individuals hands into those of the global elite. Most people have no idea what is really going on, because the global elite control what we see, hear, and think through corporate media. Of these, are the six giant media corporations that control over ninety percent of the news and entertainment that people watch in the United States.

Michael Snyder, “World Bank Whistleblower Reveals How The Global Elite Rule The World,” Global Research, October 6, 2013,

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