The League of Nations


After the World War 1, the League of Nations, an infamous endeavor to actualize one- world governance was created.  It opened the way to have a so-called cooperative security, which means when one member is being threatened or attacked; it would be considered an invasion of all.  However, the (LN) League of Nations was unsuccessful, but it became a driver for globalization.

This convergence allowed leading international financiers like J.D. Rockefeller to give numerous loans to a lot of nations, which gave them access to control the financial framework of a country.  Furthermore, in 1930 when the Bank for International Settlements was created; the Illuminati bankers gained ground of the world’s monetary reserves. Apparently, this opened a new door for World War II.

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