This clip is an edited summary by the Australian creator, known as "Ed from The Outer Dark" of a full interview recently released in the Dutch language with English subtitles but copyright-protected on Vimeo (instead of on YouTube with a "Standard YouTube License").
Ronald Bernard, an elite Dutch banker for many decades, has just come forward with his hair-raising story of how the world works, from a financial perspective.
Bernard, who was abused as a child seemed a perfect fit for this career because he was able to dissociate himself or to put his mind "in a freezer," as he puts it. For a period of time, he was able to do his job and to operate without empathy. He describes "Two worlds": 1) The one, which the majority of people think works a certain way and; 2) The way the world really works; controlled by 8,000-8,500 people.
Perhaps his most important statement is how the "terrorists", the intelligence agencies, the political and banking structures are all working together, "To create chaos, in order to manipulate the currencies and global events." Bernard estimates that 1% among the banking elite know what's actually happening with all of the money flows. The banks are at the nexus between the governments, the transnational corporations, the intelligence agencies and the terrorist organizations. He says that these are all the big money clients and that you begin to see how they're connected when you see their financial transactions.
As a banker for all of the above groups, his job was to provide customer satisfaction.
Perhaps the biggest surprise to him was the discovery of how the intelligence agencies, which he'd assumed were working to protect the people and national security interests, turned out to be criminal enterprises. At the very least, he says that they are heavily corrupt; they help to finance and to create wars and they basically create a lot of conflict and misery in the world. He says they trade in drugs, weapons and trafficking human beings and will stop at nothing to obtain their immediate objectives. He notes of the above, "Everything has to be financed." He explains that those at the top are NOT Atheists. Most of them really DO believe in Lucifer as a real god and deity.
He says that he didn't take them seriously and that he actually visited their churches of Satan and witnessed their Holy Mass with naked women "and liquor and stuff," he found it greatly amusing but he didn't take it seriously, at all. He remarks, "It was a good life."
There was moment, however, which changed everything for him, when he was invited to participate in sacrifices abroad. At this point, Bernard begins to cry softly. He says, "That was the breaking point...Children."
He was unable to do it. Having been abused as a child, it touched him deeply and he slowly began to break down. He began to refuse assignments at his job. He realized that the whole purpose in that world was to have "Everybody in their pocket...[and] be susceptible to blackmail." Because he had been incapable of participating, he was not blackmailable and his career subsequently went downhill.
In his full interview, we hear that he experienced a full mental and physical breakdown, which lasted for over a year.