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The cyber-war for GESARA

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News Date: May 12, 2021

Cyber-attacks were expected for the next two months as the Alliance continued to dismantle financial systems and bring in the Global Currency Reset.
State of Emergency has been declared in at least 17 states in US. This is a direct message from Q to get ready. It is a military operation.
The financial system is based on fraud. Set up to steal from us. It takes the money we work hard to earn and gives it to a tiny group of individuals. With the infinite supply of money, we have allowed them to buy influence.
The good guys who are with us are applying pressure on this financial system to end it once and 4 all. And it's happening now. The banks don't have any money, the Federal Reserve no longer exists, the bad guys are panicking and fighting back in many ways including cyberattacks.
Sources: www.axios.com, www.ntd.com

Bank Of England: Cash Is Trash

Last week the U.K. Bank of England raised interest rates to 1.75%.
This was meant to seem butch, but frankly 1.75% interest rates is historically the equivalent of zippo. The market didn't care much.
The 1 yen coin used to be gold, it is now aluminum.
The yen never recovered from its periods of inflation, but Japan's economy did and huge wealth was created, so in the end in periods of inflation, cash is trash.
Sources: forbes.com

Gold Rush to Dump U.S Debt

As the world continues down the road of extreme uncertainty, investors and foreign central banks continue to turn to the oldest form of money as a measure of providing some stability, gold.
So far, in 2020, central banks have added a net of 181 tons of gold to their reserves. Gold continues to retain its position of being the most reliable store of value and means of exchange in times of extreme uncertainty. This should explain why several central banks plan on continuing to increase their gold reserves in 2020.
Example:www.goldtelegraph.com

Danske Bank forgives debts for 90,000 customers

Danske Bank AS said that 90,000 Danish customers that owe the bank money will have their debt balance wiped clean after discovering errors in the bank's debt-collection systems.
The Copenhagen-based bank became aware of systemic errors in its debt-collection systems in 2019 and has been working to correct past mistakes and compensate affected customers, but as remediation has progressed new issues have emerged, extending the timeline for resolution potentially beyond 2024.
Sources: marketwatch.com

Countries Repatriating their Gold

In recent years we have seen the likes of Germany, Austria, Belgium, Venezuela, and the Netherlands each repatriate their gold from various locations.
Hungarian National Bank is set to repatriate 100,000 ounces of gold from England.
The pace does appear to have been picking up since Venezuela decided to repatriate its 180 tonnes of gold in 2011.
Also Inspired by Polish example, Slovakia considers repatriating gold from the UK.
Serbia, later on, joined Slovakia in this Sudden Eastern European Gold Repatriation trend.
Countries across the globe are trying to shake off their dependence on the dollar by buying up yellow metal.
Countries around the world are looking for precious metal to cure their dollar dependence.
The main switches are China and Russia. But Eastern Europe is now joining in for its own reasons like many.
Source: youtube.com

The American Bankers Association confirmed ISO20022 migration

The American Bankers Association has confirmed to the Federal Reserve on Monday that it supports a plan to migrate to ISO20022 on a single day but said it has "serious concern" regarding the lack of detail about the plan.
They recommend that the Board and Reserve Banks provide test accounts for financial institutions to use during this process.
They also recommend The Board and Reserve Banks provide the detailed and final ISO standard for their messages on the SWIFT MyStandards site as soon as possible.
Source: www.aba.com

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