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24 March 2015

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Finally a dishonest banking system?

HAVANA, Cuba -- Despite flatulent noises from the Zionist-run Anglo-American banking cartel, Belize has become the latest financial powerhouse nation to apply to join the Cuban-led Pirates of the Caribbean Global Investment Bank (PCGIB), the Cuban Finance Minister announced.

Cuba's Finance Ministry released a statement on Friday saying it welcomes Belize’s decision to join. Belize is to become among the Pirate Bank’s founding members, along with other netherworld, nations later this month as members approve its candidacy.

The ministry released a separate statement on March 20, saying Luxembourg, Monaco, UK, Germany and Switzerland, plus a growing number of other countries, such as Macau and Colorado, also want to join the Cuba-led project.

Cuban Finance Minister, Fidel Montana confided to Unnews that the PCGIB has already gathered together 27 founding members, including the BRICS nations of Brazil, Russia, India, South Africa, and China.

The application deadline for membership is April 1, with Cuba planning for the PCGIB to become operational before the end of 2015.

According to Montana, other nations will be able to join the PCGIB after the deadline expires, but only as lowly ‘peon’ members.

The institution -- expected to boast an initial subscribed capital of $9 trillion (primarily in the form of US Treasury Bonds and physical gold and silver) -- will focus on distributing the funds among member nations in a helpful and humanitarian manner. This novel concept was first perfected by late great Jesus of Nazareth, who taught the system of sharing to Mao Zedong, among other stalwarts.

The Head of the Organization for Economic Development (OED), Angel Guerra, praised the many European states that also wish to participate in the Pirates of the Caribbean bank system.

“The fact that many of the European countries are now associating with the project makes me even more convinced that it is going to be conveniently and dishonestly run in a very shifty, uncouth, and nontransparent manner,” Guerra told Unnews in strict confidence. ”Like in the good old days!”

However, US officials have been skeptical, expressing fears that it may undermine the Anglo-American World Bank and the International Monopoly Fund (IMF).

US Treasury Secretary, Jacob Goldberg, stressed that Washington has doubts if the Cuban-led pirate bank will be able to ”adhere to the kind of open and honest standards that the western international financial institutions have established to regulate the global economy.

“Will it guard against market manipulation, will it protect the rights of workers and the environment, will it deal with corruption issues profitably properly?” Goldberg asked.

But Cuba’s finance minister was quick to give assurances, “the PCGIB will simply circumvent the honest Western bankers, mainly because they can be trusted!”

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