World Debt Burden Liberation ignited in Indonesia … Next the World!!!

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CIREBON Indonesia, May 20, 2016 – An international institution based in Cirebon, West Java, Swissindo World Trust International Orbit claims to have delivered a debt-burden liberating program for citizens of Indonesia amounting to 2 billion Rupiah (IDR).

The program is part of an effort to provide material wellbeing for all Indonesian citizens. According to the Chairman of Swissindo World Trust International Orbit MR. A1. SINO.AS.S”2”.IR.SOEGIHARTONOTONEGORO.ST. M1, also known as Mr. Sino AS, Swissindo is an institution that was founded in 1887, by 25 parent countries in the world, during which Indonesia was still ruled by several Kingdoms.

“Its highest purpose is to create a secure, comfortable and prosperous world. One of the ways to achieve it is by liberating debt burden of all Indonesian citizens as well as all citizens of the world. “My duty is to sort out the world administration,” explained Mr. Sino AS, when met by KORAN SINDO at his residence in Griya Caraka, Kedawung District, Cirebon Regency, yesterday. The administration that was referred to was interrelated to debts, which has enslaved world citizens. Therefore, he said; in this case Swissindo will act as the third party to connect those in debt with the loan providers or banks.

According to Sino AS, in order to release their debts, each person is required to have a certificate issued by Swissindo. In fact, in one of the Debt Burden Liberation Certificates (DBLC), that was shown to KORAN SINDO read that the statement is for all citizens including members of Military Forces and Police which is sealed by the said International Institution.

“To get the DBLC is very easy. Just visit our website / Facebook page and download the certificate. It is important for those in debt to show their ID cards and submit the certificate to their creditors; banks, loan / leasing companies, and so on,” he said. He added, that in this case, Swissindo limits the debt to be freed to the maximum of 2 billion Rupiah (IDR). In other words, those who are in debt below 2 billion Rupiah (IDR) (about US$146K) will automatically be relieved of debt up to that amount, if they submit the certificate to the banks that are owed.

“The other requirement is that the ones shall be relieved are those who have accumulated debts since before February 4th, 2016. Debts accrued on or after that date are not eligible for debt relief,” said Mr. Sino AS.

Sino AS said that at the moment there are 6 prime Indonesian banks that have accepted the DBLC: BCA, BRI, BNI, Bank Mandiri, Lippo Bank, and Bank Danamon. In fact, for that purpose, he has made an agreement with Bank of Indonesia (BI).

He claimed, that so far communities in some areas of Indonesia have made big steps in freeing themselves from their debts. Those areas are in East Java, Serang (Banten), Lampung, and Bangka Belitung. The highest amount of debt relief requested was worth 1.3 billion IDR. “Therefore, we request that the Indonesian Government immediately announce the Debt Burden Liberation; so that the people can be freed from their debt,” he firmly added.

What’s clear is, that Sino AS stated, the purpose of the Debt Burden Liberation is to free ALL human beings. What’s more, this program is a part of Swissindo’s major Program – the completion of Payment 1-11, one of which is Human Obligation. “Swissindo believes, when everyone’s debt is relieved, that means all human beings are equal and have value as God’s creatures,” he said.

Meanwhile, a member of Swissindo; Jesus Chrisna from Ireland, who was visiting Cirebon added that this world should be safe and peaceful. That is the mission which is being carried out by Mr. Sino AS aka M1 through Swissindo. “World Peace, financial freedom – refers to the Debt Burden Liberation, freedom from wars. Being free from debt is one of the ways to create our own future that we deserve,” he stated.

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