What is the ‘De Facto World Government’?
De facto: “existing in fact, although perhaps not intended, legal, or accepted” – Cambridge Dictionary
A de facto world government is, thus, a world government that exists without it having been ‘officially’ recognized by any major institution or significant number of people.
It’s a government that actively exists but that is not specifically defined or talked about by those who are in control of it. Most people are completely unaware of the existence of a de facto world government. That’s the whole idea, obviously.
Who or What is Part of the De Facto World Government?
The de facto world government (DFWG) comprises, in addition to the hidden financiers and secretive wealth-hoarding power brokers, the United Nations System (UN), the World Economic Forum (WEF) and the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), which is the central bank for most national central banks of the world.
How Do We know This?
A world government would have to include regional “leaders” that represent them. That’s how the United Nations works, with the one exception being that no one of the public, anywhere, gets to vote for or against anything and anyone that is being put on the agenda or who’s being suggested for positions in the UN.
Ask yourself. When was the last time you got to vote for a UN candidate of your town to represent also the people living in your neighborhood? When was the last time you got to participate in a binding UN referendum against war?
World Economic Forum
Research has documented the World Economic Forum its real agenda that the organization is hiding behind the “COVID-19 Action Platform“. The WEF has influence/control over “1,000 leading companies in the world”.
You can read all about that, here. It is crucial information when trying to understand what has been going on in the world, long before ‘the virus’ appeared, and what the WEF is trying to impose on the world (full-spectrum global economic dominance and control).
Bank for International Settlements
The BIS has always been known to be the only institution that controls all the financial policies in most parts of the world. A simple phone call to your local bank will confirm this. Ask you local bank manager how powerful the BIS actually is and you will understand why it is called the central bank of the de facto world government. The ‘rules’ that your local bank manager follows with his bank are, in the end, 100% determined by the BIS.