Group aims to market lamb to usury by focusing on "the value delivered in terms of savings, convenience, food choices and environment," according to one brochure.
The group's website lists the group as having a "long history in the financial services field," including an investment bank for years, while a brochure describes it as "a leader in the financial services field, focusing exclusively on retail."
The brochure for the group's office in San Francisco lists two members.
One is a man whose website features an image of himself at a party wearing an enormous gold crucifix hanging from his neck, while the other has a profile with no identifying information.
On another page there are links to several websites about the group's interests.
"It is our mission to lead a global network that will help millions realize their financial freedom, the world community reach our vision of a universal, sustainable world and realize a more prosperous and abundant future for all humanity," it reads.
The website claims the group is looking for "strong women leaders who are able and willing to serve in leadership roles in the public and private sectors."
One group website includes a list of the names of a few women who might be considered leaders. The listing states더킹카지노 that one of the women is the founder of the group's board of trustees.
It says the first link points to an article on the website of the Center for a Stateless Society, an organization that advocates for the legalization of sex work.
The group calls itself an arm of the U.N.
An accompnatyasastra.comanying web page calls U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon a "socialist" and "communist" as well. The group lists the United States as one of the major powers pushing for 바카라change around the world.
The group offers this disclaimer, however.
"Any claims made by the (U.N.) and/or the world to be a peaceful, just and peaceful society or to be on any other such platform of a "just peace and non-violence" for mankind are false, and must be debunked."
One page about the United Nations website says it will have its "World Peace Day" on May 16.
The group's office was not immediately available for comment.
The Center for a Stateless Society and the U.S. Global Alliance to End Child Labor have both denounced the movement. The two organizations issued separate statements in March that said they oppose any form of legal trafficking in children or girls.