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American Sovereignty Restoration Bill

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News Date: October 14, 2020

H.R.204 - American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2019:
This bill directs the President to terminate U.S. membership in the United Nations (U.N.) and all affiliated bodies. It also ends U.S. participation in all U.N. conventions and agreements.
Funds may be appropriated to facilitate U.S. withdrawal from the U.N. No funds may be made available for contribution to or paid to any U.N. body. No member of the U.S. Armed Forces may serve under U.N. command, and no funds may be used to support Armed Forces participation in U.N. military operations.
President Donald Trump spoke to the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly. He said "The future does not belong to globalists, the future belongs to patriots."
Sources:www.congress.gov, www.youtube.com

Q phones are coming. Say goodbye to old phones

Q-Phones are already developed and manufactured in Germany, the United Kingdom with a final software upgrade in the United States.
This smartphone is 3 dimensional and of the highest quality.
It will become one of the main tools for direct credit and expenditures in daily life for consumer retail and business commerce domestically and internationally.
This is a five hundred billion dollar manufacturing operation in three countries.
Cost may increase as seven billion Q-phones will be disbursed to all people on earth.
The QFS will create its own Internet that will work off its trinary code and perhaps a G8 network for SATCOM.
Sources: t.me/ITandTechnologies

Judy Shelton for Fed board, return to the gold standard

Senate banking panel to resume considering Judy Shelton for Fed board.
The nomination of Shelton appeared in jeopardy earlier this year as Republicans and Democrats on the banking panel expressed concerns over her views on the independence of the Fed from the White House, as well as her advocacy in the past for returning the United States to the gold standard.
Source: www.washingtonpost.com

Global currency debasement

Economy hits debt saturation point. Global economy has no capacity to carry any more debt - Max Keiser.
The new higher levels of debt that many countries are now moving towards are going to be sustainable without imposing significant costs on growth as well as equity within their societies.
Every dollar that these central banks print will go directly into consumer price index inflation - and you will see it at the cash register immediately, and that is going to incredible social unrest.
Global debt to GDP is now at all-time high in Q1. Overall debt for the non financial-sector now worth 252% of global GDP.
Get ready for extreme global currency debasement.
Sources:twitter.com/GoldTelegraph, cointelegraph.com

Gold is real money, store of value, alternative to cash

Schiff: Because I think they are also underestimating just how much inflation global central banks are going to create - in particular the Federal Reserve - and how much value the US dollar is going to lose against other fiat currencies, but in particular against real money, which is gold.
I don't even look at gold bullion as an investment. I look at it as a store of value - as an alternative to cash.
I think gold is going to make a much bigger rise against these fiat currencies. But as an investment, I think investors should be at gold mining stocks. Fed is not winning a long-term game. They continue to print money, devalue the currency, and continue to essentially run the American currency into the ground.
Peter responded saying that just because blockchain technology has value doesn't mean bitcoin itself does.
Sources:www.zerohedge.com

US Mint increases prices on silver products

The United States Mint recently adopted a new strategy for pricing products in its silver numismatic products portfolio. Prices for products containing silver will change EFFECTIVE October 13, 2020-applicable to silver products already on sale/those yet to be released.
In order for the United States Mint to cover rising costs, meet its fiduciary responsibility to operate at no net cost to taxpayers, and return money to the Treasury General Fund, re-setting silver prices is necessary.
The Mints goal, as a financially responsible Federal agency, is to always provide the best quality numismatic products while maintaining fair prices.
The first objective is to ensure that the numismatic portfolio (all product lines together) be self-sufficient and cover all associated costs. The new silver prices reflect a sound business decision aimed at meeting these obligations.
(No tax dollars are used to fund numismatic operations.) The United States Mint will continue to look for operations optimization and cost reduction efforts to deliver superior quality numismatic products at a fair price.
Sources:www.federalregister.gov, twitter.com, www.coinworld.com

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