I follow your intel from Germany, and I want to ask you two questions. First, all the time I wonder, what is the plan behind the plan with the ZIM. You often said, it's all about the ZIM. They want to put money in the hands of us humanitarians, that we can help people, whereever help is needed. This is a good plan, without any doubt. But as the gift is so unimaginable great, can it be, that there is a plan behind the plan? Can it be, that once in the beginning of this process the wise men behind this whole plan had not only the problem, to remove the cabale from the power over the world, but also to remove the cabale in a legal manner from the possession of the whole world. With so much money, as the ZIM is exchanged, it's easy-going to handle this. Imagine, one of us is buying Monsanto, and converting it to an organic campany. No more glyphosate, just only organic food! Wouldn't that be nice? Wouldn't that be smart? Wouldn't that be brilliant? It's just 60 Billion. That's peanuts, as once said in a famous word Josef Ackerman, the former CEO of Deutsche Bank, regarding the payment of some billions. And so, we, the humanitarians, can buy up in a legal manner all the great companies from the members of the cabale. All the Dow-Jones-Companies, all the S&P500-Companies, all the Euro-Stoxx-Companies led by humanitarians, wouldn't that be great? And with 22,000 ZIM-holders just in America, that wouldn't last so long. Can it be, Yosef, that there does exist such a two birds with one stone strategy?
Second, last Friday I spoke with the headquarter of HSBC here in Germany, and they denied, that there will be an exchange for the ZIM. They said to me, that your information about the ZIM does not belong to Germany. Will there be special telephone-numbers for every country in Europe, or for the international redeemers? Or will the situation change and I will get proper information after the take-down of the cabale? America ist great, but please do not forget the rest of the world! God bless you and your wonderful work, Yosef!
Best wishes, Jürgen