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Audit the Fed bill reintroduced

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News Date: January 28, 2024

U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has reintroduced the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, also known as the "Audit the Fed" bill, aiming to prevent the Federal Reserve from withholding vital information on its operations from Congress.
Paul contends that the inner workings of the Federal Reserve are currently obscure and largely unknown, and he believes that increased transparency is crucial for better understanding and oversight.
The legislation underscores the importance of making the Federal Reserve more accountable to Congress and the public, ensuring that its decision-making processes and financial transactions are subject to thorough scrutiny.
"No institution holds more power over the future of the American economy and the value of our savings than the Federal Reserve. It's long past time for Congress to stop shirking its duty and hold the Federal Reserve accountable.
The Fed's persistent cycle of money printing and lending without any form of meaningful oversight may be the cause of many of our economic hardships, such as the struggle of many Americans to afford food."
he stated.

Donald Trump is against CBDCs

Donald Trump firmly opposes the idea of the Federal Reserve creating a central bank digital currency (CBDC) in the United States and vows to "never allow" the creation of such currency if elected.
His strong declaration to "never allow" the issuance of a CBDC reflects concerns about potential implications, such as privacy issues, government control, or disruptions to the existing financial system.
"As your president, I will never allow the creation of a central bank digital currency.
Such a currency would give a federal government, our federal government, the absolute control over your money, they could take your money and you wouldn't even know it was gone.
This would be a dangerous threat to freedom and I will stop it from coming to America", Trump stated during a speech in New Hampshire on January 17.

New Financial System

IMF member countries are receiving their shares of new SDRs, of about US$650 billion, the largest in the funds history! This is a shot in the arm for the world and will help bolster confidence and strengthen the resilience of the global economy.
The SDR is an international reserve asset created by the IMF to supplement the official reserves of its member countries.
The SDR is not a currency. It is a potential claim on the freely usable currencies of IMF members. As such, SDRs can provide a country with liquidity.
A SDR is not a loan & is cost-free for all IMF members. Unlike an extended fund facility, the government does not have to request any arrangement & there is no repayment involved. All member countries can use their allocated SDRs unconditionally.
IMF urges wealthy nations to direct $650 billion SDR share to vulnerable countries.
Zimbabwe to use more than half of IMF funds to prop up the currency.
Sources: twitter.com, www.today.ng

The digital ruble test will begin in August

Update as of 24 July: Putin signed a law to introduce the digital ruble, which will take effect on August 1.
Interesting timing, think August, it's going to be absolutely epic!
According to the central bank, Russia will begin testing a digital version of its rouble currency with consumers in August, according to a report published on Tuesday by the Interfax news agency.
Russia has been creating digital currency over the past few years, as have many other nations, in an effort to modernize their financial systems and fend off cryptocurrencies.
August is also the month BRICS plans to introduce a new gold-backed trading currency at the Johannesburg summit.

New Bills Filled with Real Gold

New Private Currency Uses Bills Filled with Real Gold.
In 2019, Goldback president Jeremy Cordon said he had a dream in which he saw people paying for groceries using golden bills.
Gold is the best money, but it can't buy a loaf of bread.
To solve this problem, Cordon used new technology to create a bill that sandwiches a particle-thin gold layer between two layers of polymer.
The result can be worth as little as $3.80.
Source: zerohedge.com

Donald Trump vows big tax cuts again

Donald Trump promised big tax cuts for all Americans if elected president, while discussing a range of economic strategies during a large rally held in New Jersey on May 11th.
"Instead of a Biden tax hike, I'll give you a Trump middle class, lower class, business class, big tax cut. You're gonna have the biggest tax cut.", he stated.

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