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What is the devolution?

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News Date: August 8, 2021

Devolution is fundamental and part of the governments top-secret continuity of government plans.
Devolution: transference (as of rights, powers, property, or responsibility) to another especially, the surrender of powers to local authorities by a central government.
The Devolution PLAN involved secret operations of replacing politicians, senior key officials, high-ranking Generals, Admirals, and officers.
Sources: usamagazinestudio.com

A Monetary System as Good as Gold

The gold standard provides a better anchor for inflation expectations without an obvious cost in terms of lower output or higher unemployment.
The gold standard isn't perfect. No system is. But it has many virtues. A strong case can be made that it's the best of all feasible institutional alternatives. Lawrence White, puts it: The gold standard is still the gold standard among monetary systems.
Source: www.aier.org

A Dying Fiat System and Precious Metals

With the Fed set to hike rates and kill QE, markets are in turmoil. The Fiat money System is dying.
Some bank analysts are forecasting seven hikes this year.
Gold is of course the world's ultimate asset.
The US mint sells five million silver eagle coins in January.
Silver is biding its time before taking off to the higher ground.
Source: fxstreet.com

Egypt is expected to join BRICS

Egypt plans to issue yuan-denominated bonds worth more than $500 million - Finance Minister Mohamed Maait.
Russia is negotiating the use of Mir payment card with several countries, including Egypt.
There are reports of Egypt preparing apps to join BRICS.
The president of the BRICS International Forum expects Turkey, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia to join the group "very soon".
Source: reuters.com

Fiat destruction. Crypto or gold?

The world stands on the threshold of monetary hyperinflation with the US dollar leading the way. The final months of fiat money are coming into view.
The final solution is bound to be with central banks and government treasury departments retaining their control as issuers of money by the only means at their disposal: deploying their gold reserves to back their currencies, not as fiat, but as credible gold substitutes.
The crypto cohort is likely to have an important effect, in that it sparks an early realization in a growing part of the wider population about what government is doing with money. That is likely to speed up the collapse of fiat currencies compared to what would otherwise occur.
The flexibility in the supply of monetary gold and the stability of prices allows the original rate of interest to be both low and stable. It allows entrepreneurs to do business calculations with a high degree of certainty, knowing in terms of goods the value of money. And savers, who provide the monetary capital for future production can be confident of the future capital value of their savings when lending them for business investment purposes.
Sources: kingworldnews.com, www.zerohedge.com

The Nilar Gold Currency, the key to African development

Fiat money damages African economies and lives.
A common African gold currency, a long-held vision that many Africans still hold, is a way to effectively achieve monetary and thus economic independence.
Why Nilar? The Nile is Africa's and the world's longest river.
Zimbabwe, an unstable and inflationary economy, has finally made the sound decision to introduce gold coins to solve the persistent problem of rampant inflation.
Also, a multipolar world is inevitable and may be approaching.
Africa should not remain underdeveloped and dominated in that world. The nilar is the key.
Author: Manuel Tacanho is founder of Afridom, a sound money based digital banking startup for Europe and Africa.
Source: mises.org

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