key integrated monetary system and global banking

  • The Global Repository holds the assets of the entire planet. Due to recently expired contracts, treaties, and covenants, a transition of power, which for years has been taking place behind the scenes, has been completed. These assets represent the collective wealth of the entire globe and include the most valuable treasures gathered throughout history.
  • Due to the failure of the previous Guardians to act in the best interests of the people and the planet, the Director of the GIA, Kimberly Ann Goguen was appointed in 2012. Kim is the author of the Global Restoration Plan designed to replace the United Nations and its attempt at a global holocaust.

covid relief funding for businesses

Life Force and the Global Repository have created the Covid Relief Funding for Business (CRFB) program to compensate businesses for the loss of revenue suffered because of city, state/province, and/or national mandates and policies imposed during The Covid Pandemic.

These funds are being made available through the Global Peace and Restoration Consortium in the form of a Grant to cover Two Years of lost revenue per business or organization. You can use this money to pay outstanding debts incurred from previously existing contractual obligations (mortgage, rent, taxes, etc.), operations losses, compensation to employees who were terminated during this Covid Pandemic, and to rebuild your business.

assembly funding

KIMS and The Global Repository are the funding source for Assemblies around the world. Once an Assembly is established, they will submit a pre-funding budget as part of the ratification process. Once an Assembly is ratified, these funds will be used for the initial setup of the Assembly while a more formal budget is established. After a formal budget is established, KIMS and The Global Repository will provide funding for the Assembly, its committees, and the Assembly’s restoration projects.

restoration plan project funding

Restoration projects are a key part of Assembly work. These projects include energy, water, food, air, infrastructure, shelter, education solutions and more based on community needs.

Assembly projects that are included in annual plans are put to bid. Companies, organizations or individuals may also submit projects for funding and the Assembly. These projects will be aligned with community needs and assessed based on direct or extended needs of the community.

If you have a project idea, we recommend you contact your Assembly for guidance.