Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has just been appointed as the new director of the World Bank. After a few years as Finance minister in Nigeria, she returns to the World Bank where she has already been working for about twenty years. The President of the World Bank said in his nomination letter that she has been highly involved into the reduction of the debt of Nigeria, helping her country to cancel 18 billion dollars from the debt owed to the Club of Paris. When learning about her nomination, Rael made the following statement:
It will be interesting to see how Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala behaves when she is in charge of the World Bank which is mainly a tool of domination for the imperialist and colonialist powers; we shouldn’t place the mention ‘ex’-before the words “imperialist” and “colonialist” as these powers are still in place economically.
If she would claim the immediate payment of the debt owed to the third world, she would have all our support… yes, I am talking about the debt owed by the imperialist and colonialist countries, including the interests, for the genocides and slavery damages which are ten times bigger than the so-called debt of the poor countries.
The partial cancellation of the debt of Nigeria is not even a victory as it only happens as a reward to those who bend and comply with the models imposed by the imperialists and colonialists through their tool which is the World Bank.
If the “World Bank” was really independent and efficient, it would immediately request a change in the USA politics as the USA is the country with the biggest debt in the world. It keeps financing wars and illegal occupations while surviving economically by illegally printing billions of a dollar that has no real value anymore. When a “poor” country does the same, it is punished immediately…
The World Bank just like the UN have lost their credibility since they don’t even have a democratic representation. The votes of the countries are not proportional to their population. On top of that only the biggest imperialistic powers have a right to veto, a right to be at the Security Council or, among other things, the right to possess hundreds of thousands of nuclear missiles while condemning those who would dare to develop one like Iran.