Donald Trump against the Great Reset
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Trump calling climate activists perennial prophets of doom at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
These alarmists always demand the same thing, absolute power to dominate and control every aspect of our lives.
We will never let radical socialists to destroy our economy and wreck our country.
The folks at Davos want a new world order, and the only thing standing in their way at the moment is US. And if they get their New Normal, nothing will be the same ever again. unless, perhaps, if Donald Trump wins in November.
Currently, PayPal can be used as an alternative means for withdrawing funds from exchanges such as Coinbase, but this would be a first in terms of offering direct sales of crypto.
He referenced the power back to the People, Wealth, Technologies, Prosperity, Security and World Peace.
The day when The people became the rulers of their great nation again. The Big Dream started!
The FedNow Service will be available to banks in the United States and will enable individuals and businesses to send instant payments any time of day, any day of the year through their bank accounts.
The target launch date for the service remains 2023 or 2024, with a more specific time frame to be announced after additional work is completed.
The FedNow Service, alongside similar services provided by the private sector, will modernize the U.S. payment system and bring the benefits of instant payments broadly to communities across the country.
The monarch, 94, is in lockdown at Windsor Castle to stop her from catching the killer virus.
1. Debt Suspension;
2. Debt Reduction;
3. Debt Resolution;
4. Debt Transparency.
The situation in developing countries is increasingly desperate. Time is short. We need to take action quickly on debt suspension, debt reduction, debt resolution mechanisms and debt transparency.
WASHINGTON, July 18, 2020
Full remarks here:www.worldbank.org
US President Donald Trump has nominated David Malpass as his pick for the next World Bank president: