Cebile is the birth name of our Re Plicc born February 11th in a town along the Indian Ocean, understanding the behavior of this hurricane will allow us to understand Her behavior and approach. Nonetheless this system will definitely contribute to drastic changes to the weather patterns in Europe and Africa.
2nd of January we also witnessed the biggest and brightest Super-moon was called wolf moon 🌚 , the last of the three super moons that illuminated our night skies during the winter – it began December 3 of 2017. These set of trilogy moons introduced a new moon (from the masculine moon of the past age to new moon of the this Aquarius age)- from Mary to Music.
Most of all 2018 is a correction year, a year which all things are brought to alignment or harmony. It is also the Chinese Year of the Dog in the Chinese Zodiac. African people come from the Dog planet and 2018 is that year for the liberation of African people especially the freedom of a black male – The old Jupiterian order for Pisces Age;
- White Male
- Yellow/Red Male
- White Women
- Yellow/Red Women
- Black Male (Moon became masculine and African Male no.23°)
- Black Women (free 2019)
The new order in the age of Aquarius will be the reverse – the contrary.
In all of that we revisit what has brought us at the center of the two ages transition time – the end of pisces age and the beginning of the aquarius age where we will witness the marriage of the sun and moon, which also mark August as the first month of the new calendar and April 2020 first month after the vernal equinox as the month which begins the new circle – 100years.
Re ☀️ & T-Music (Moon) are here for this, we cannot however begin with a new calendar whilst our people are still locked up in bondage of unfair agreements. To set Africa free therefore means that every African person on earth is united in the collapsing and abolishing of the financial system and agreements that ensured the porvety trap for our people. Begining with the colonial pacts which attacked the most fundamental basic items of human rights such as.; Land Ownership – private and public, Agriculture, Mining, protection, banking, safety and security (Policing/Military/vehicles), language, education and so much more.
The largest demonic chains that held us hostage is the colonial pact operating in the African Francophone countries, called the CFA Franc, which demands that each of the 14 C.F.A member countries must deposit 65% (plus another 20% for financial liabilities, making the dizzying total of 85%) of their foreign exchange reserves in an “Operations Account” at the French Treasury in Paris. France conceded to African demands for independence in the 1960s, it carefully organised its former colonies (CFA countries) in a system of “compulsory solidarity” which consisted of obliging the 14 African countries: since 1961, Paris controls all foreign exchange reserves in;
- Burkina Faso,
- Côte d’Ivoire,
- Central African Republic,
- Equatorial Guinea and
The CFA franc is the denomination of the common currency of 14 African countries members of the Franc zone. This currency, which constitutes a brake on the emergence of these countries, created in 1945 when France ratified the Bretton Woods agreements and proceeded to implement its first declaration of parity to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) . This was called “Franc of the French Colonies of Africa”.
These African nations therefore have only access to 15% of their own money for national development in any given year. If they are in need of extra money, as they always are, they have to borrow from their own 65% in the French Treasury at commercial rates. And that is not all: there is a cap on the credit extended to each member country equivalent to 20% of their public revenue in the preceding year. So if the countries need to borrow more than 20%, too bad; they cannot do it. Amazingly, the final say on the C.F.A arrangements belongs to the French Treasury, which invests the African countries’ money in its own name on the Paris Bourse (the stock exchange).
Part of the agreement allows France to hold the first right to buy or reject any natural resources found in the land of the Francophone countries. So even if the African countries can get better prices elsewhere, they can’t sell to anybody until France says it doesn’t need the resources.
Where tenders and governmental contracts are concerned, the pact continue to award French companies the first consideration for governmental contracts. It doesn’t matter if these African states can obtain better value for money elsewhere, French companies come first. There was an awkward case in Abidjan where, before the elections, former president Gbagbo’s government wanted to build a third major bridge to link the central business district (called Plateau) to the rest of the city, from which it is separated by a lagoon. By Colonial Pact tradition, the contract must go to a French company, which incidentally has quoted an astronomical price – to be paid in euros or US dollars. In Côte d’Ivoire, the jewel of the former French possessions in Africa, the French are overly dominant. As a result, there is the most assets in the fields of supply – water, electricity, telephone, transport, ports, finance, transport, energy and agriculture in the hands of French companies.
It is catastrophic that these African states are French taxpayers – taxed at a staggering rate – yet the citizens of these countries aren’t French, they are denied visas to enter France and they don’t have access to the public goods and services their money helps pay for. Over and above that these CFA zones are solicited to provide private funding to French politicians during elections in France.
The liberation of Africa starts now. It starts with creating a true sense of independence for the 14 CFA countries and it is a responsibility of all Africans in the world to come together to demand the end of this indentured servitude and the abolishment of all remaining colonial pacts and economical structural systems. It is illegal and it is an international crime that such pacts existed in the first place. We can no longer allow a +55-years “agreement” of torture to continue. We actually want and here to demand that
- France hand over these countries reserves
- pay back the money including earnings from the natural resources the countries sold to France below market rates and
- For France to apologize and account of these international crimes and
- To finally assist in the infrastructure development of these 14 African states.
The Euro and The CFA Franc
1 January 1999 The CFA franc used in the 14 African States is pegged to the euro instead of the French franc – to which it has been tied since 1948. Trade links between Euro land and African countries particularly in the CFA zone are also tied which eliminated the exchange rate for Euroland. The introduction of the euro was expected to tighten economic links between euroland on the one hand, and the CFA franc zone countries and the Comoros on the other at the expense of the Africans.
It is obvious that this economic slavery is important for the development of the French economy. Whenever this traffic is likely to fail, France is ready for anything to reconquer it. If a leader of the CFA zone no longer meets the requirements of France, Paris is blocking its foreign exchange reserves. France closes the banks in that particular country and consider it as a “rebel”. This is what is called bullying.
The French government collects from its former colonies each year 440 billion euros of taxes. France relies on the revenues coming from Africa, not to sink into economic insignificance, warns the former president Jacques Chirac. Our 14 African states (mentioned above) must each year transfer their “colonial debt” for infrastructure built in France to Paris as Silicon Africa 3. The ruling elite in each African country must fulfill these compulsory claims without any other choice. African leaders who refuse are threatened with assassination or overthrow of their government. Over the past 55 years, there have been 67 coups d’état in 26 African countries. 16 of these 26 countries were former colonies of France.
An example is the first president of Togo West Africa, Sylvanus Olympio, overthrown by a coup. He had refused to sign the “Pact for the Continuation of Settlement” but France insisted that Togo pay the compensation for the infrastructures that had been built by the French during the colonial period. The sum is equivalent to about 40 per cent of households in Togo in 1963, requiring the fairly independent country to reach its economic limits quickly.
In addition, the new president of Togo decided to remove and print his own national currency, the French colonial currency FCFA. Three days after this decision, the new government was overthrown by a group of former foreign legionaries and the President killed. The head of the Legionaries, Gnassingbe Eyadema, received 550 euros from the French embassy for the attack, according to the British Telegraph. Four years later Eyadema was promoted with the support of Paris, the new president of Togo. He established a tyrannical dictatorship in this West African country and remained in power until his death in 2005.
In the following years, the Paris government kept the link with the former legionaries to overthrow unpopular governments in its former colonies. This was the case of the first president of the Central African Republic, David Dacko, overthrown by former members of the Foreign Legion in 1966.
The same thing happened to the President of Burkina Faso, Maurice Yaméogo, and with the President of Benin, Mathieu Kérékou, the author of a coup d’état. This was also the case of the first President of the Republic of Mali Modiba Keita, who was also the victim of a coup by former legionnaires in 1968.
Mamadou Koulibaly, former finance minister and speaker of the Parliament of the Ivory Coast and now an economics professor and leader of an opposition party, says the CFA franc’s peg to the euro discourages companies from investing. “The CFA franc does not favor exports and trade,” he says. “It does not favor industrialization. It keeps prices high. It does not make sense in a globalized world.” The return on the $20 billion also angers the ex-minister, who notes that the money would yield more under professional management. And, he says, the funds benefit France, which uses them to reduce its borrowing. (France, with a debt-to-GDP ratio exceeding 90 percent, has pledged to slash its deficit and debt.)
Koulibaly says the tie to the euro makes goods 20 percent to 30 percent more expensive in the CFA zone. This is a hardship for the 90 percent of people in the region who don’t have bank accounts and cannot easily convert their cash to euros. He wants an independent audit of the CFA franc and France to be investigated by the UN’s International Court of Justice. Gulde says the peg might make some prices higher but suggests that it also limits inflation: “Everyone benefits from the control of inflation, including and especially the very poor.”
In South Africa when Apartheid ended many white South African played ignorant claiming that they were not aware of the lengths in which the Apartheid government went to ensure oppression to non white South Africans. Today the same reality face the European countries especially the French people; French citizens can no longer claim ignorance that they’re benefiting off the wealth of the African countries and have been doing so for over half a century.
Haiti & France
Haiti’s legacy of debt began shortly after gaining independence from France in 1804. In 1825, France, with warships at the ready, demanded Haiti compensate France for its loss of slaves and its slave colony. In exchange for French recognition of Haiti as a sovereign republic, France demanded payment of 150 million francs. In addition to the payment, France required that Haiti discount its exported goods to them by 50%. In 1838, France agreed to reduce the debt to 90 million francs to be paid over a period of 30 years to compensate former plantation owners who had lost their property.The modern equivalent of $21 billion was paid from Haiti to France.
The French government finally acknowledged the payment of 90,000,000F in 1893. It took until 1947 for Haiti to finally pay off all the associated interest of the debt. The story of the first payment – 24,000,000 gold francs – being transported across Paris, from the vaults of Ternaux Gandolphe et Cie to the coffers of the French Treasury was recorded in detail. Historians have traced loan documents from the time of the 1825 Ordinance, through the various refinancing efforts, to the final remittance to National City Bank in 1947.
Haiti had a total external debt of $1.8 billion at its peak. Between 2006 and 2009, Haiti was added to the World Bank and IMF’s highly indebted poor country initiative (HIPC).
In September 2009, following a program of economic and social reforms, Haiti met the requirements for completion of the HIPC program, qualifying it for cancellation of its external debt obligations. This cut the face value of the debt by $757 million and future debt service (including interest) by $1.2 billion.
Haiti’s largest creditor, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), was part of the debt relief initiative, but the initiative only canceled loans made before 2005, and the IDB has lent more since. Haiti’s debt to the IDB amounts to approximately half a billion dollars with debt service payments projected by the IMF to increase in the following years. The U.S. government has been paying this debt service on Haiti’s behalf since before the quake.
With the devastating effects of the early 2010 earthquake in Haiti there came renewed calls for a further debt cancellation from civil society groups. In light of the tragedy and new borrowing that lifted Haiti’s debts back to $1.25 billion, groups such as the Jubilee Debt Campaign called for this debt to be dropped. Furthermore, during the aftermath emergency money was offered to the Haitian government from the IMF in the form of loans. Civil society groups protested the offer of loans and not grants for such an already heavily indebted country trying to cope with such destruction. Some have argued, however, that because Haiti’s annual debt service payments are so low ($9 million a year, net of the debt service paid on Haiti’s behalf by the U.S. government), canceling the debt would do little to help the country recover from the earthquake, and should not be a priority for activism.
On 28 May 2010, the World Bank announced it had waived Haiti’s remaining debts to the bank. The value of the waiver was $36 million.
The Death Of The June (€)
The Euro strength is because France has secured it over the years at the expense of Africa. Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank (ECB) wanted to put things into perspective in regard to the risks of the euro area implosion amid political instability in Italy. In Riga for the meeting of the Governing Council of the ECB on 14 June 2018.
“The euro is the currency of 340 million people and enjoys now the support of 74% of citizens across the euro area.
“You can draw your own conclusions, but one of these conclusions is that
- The euro is irreversible because it drags along 14 African countries (making it strong but for how long),
- Because people don’t want it: Africa do not want the FCA. Europe doesn’t want to remain united as such, it is diving itself into 2: the right and the far right (the left doesn’t really exist in France. For France the only option now is to prolong the collapse of the Euro by using threatening technics to other European countries who want to rebel especially on shared risk such as immigrants) and
- Because it is of no benefit to anybody to discuss its existence,” Draghi added
“The debts accumulated by the governments of the U.S., Japan, Europe and dozens of other countries constitute a gigantic mortgage. Enormous Debt is evidence that the old world has been living above its means for some time. And the amount of government debt and liabilities in the world is in the hundreds of trillions and growing rapidly, even with essentially zero percent interest rates.
One critic recently wrote that, the economy of the European Union is a constipated, sclerotic, malfunctioning entity that only registered real economic growth of 0.2% in the recent quarter—assuming you can credit their numbers at all. He goes on to say that the continent is a giant monument to communism/socialism, where everyone believes they can live at the expense of everyone else. As a result, the average European sees their government as a magic cornucopia, a source of unlimited wealth.”
When something goes wrong, Europeans look to their governments to “do something.”
European Central Bank President Mario Draghi made the front pages by saying he is “ready to act” with a “whole menu of monetary policy instruments.”
This is central banker speak for “I’m willing to print an incredible amount of money in my attempt to keep my job and stimulate the economy by making people think they’re richer than they really are.”
Draghi’s money printing is a disastrously misguided attempt at creating prosperity. It will create bubbles, and cause people and companies to spend in a false economic signal.
Tic Toc Tic Toc : Times’Up!!!
The attractiveness of the Euro is backed by the 14 African countries.
The Sun, Moon and Jupiter aligning in Virgo
This harmonious unity of planetary agreement marks the weakening of the colonial strongholds and brings forth the liberation of Africa. Africa will be free when the liberations of these 14 African African States is achieved. These 14 states of 54 African countries are currently held hostage by France through the colonial agreement of the #CFA franc that extends from the French franc to the #Euro.
Africans, Europeans and the world can no longer claim that they didn’t know, the information is available and accessible. We all have the duty to see the end of slavery in the world. Join us to see to it that France, Europe, The IMF;
- Let Africans conduct their own banking,
- Let Africans create their own foreign and local reserves
- Abolish the CFA franc and detach it from the Euro with all deserved recognition
- Let African countries sign their new trade agreements with Europe where Africans can decide for themselves to whom, what and when to sign new trade agreements, exchange and contracts.
April 23 2018 the sun, moon and Jupiter will align in the constellation Virgo, sparking the beginning of harmony in the new age. Harmony is the accord of all things, the unity of a people, the peace, the good life and the agreements but most importantly is the new agreement between France, Africa (Sun Re) and the Moon sparking the renewal of the old nation of Jews – The Jupiter Sartun Nation on earth.
“This will trigger trade war – world war”, China USA Japan Europe Russia and the Middle East conclude the end of the conflict in MEast, rise and fall of the Antichrist Trump, and the seven years of Tribulation for catholics & christians.”
The spirit of a Christ is the same reincarnating spirit that birth us forth our Re (Our Sun) called logos so is Buddha.
They continue to claim that this will be followed shortly by the rise of the Antichrist which is the reference to a new global leader, the appearance of Planet X and its prophetess Re and World War.”
On April 23, the sun, moon and Jupiter will align in the constellation Virgo. This alignment happens every 12 years. 12 is the number of Gods creation, construction, governance, purpose and fulfillment and adjustment of the governing Gods in the universe. The 12 governing houses of the Zodiac have governed earth since the beginning of time. They govern with the laws of nature and the planets of our solar system.
Planet X makes the ages changes and allow such fair transitions to take place such as from pisces to aquarius age (feminine to masculine to feminine to masculine).
Here now in April 2020 they will assist us to liberate Africa from France so France and Africa can marry. Once married the looting stops, slavery stops and the restoration of Africa starts. We are here to see to it that a new agreement is in place and Africa can begin to rebuild. Transitions such as theses occur all of the time every start of age. We have been here before. It happened with Africa and Greece and so it shall be with France and Africa.