Fed to print 9.5 trillion and buy all the gold in the world
Gesara.news » News » Fed to print 9.5 trillion and buy all the gold in the worldNews Date: May 4, 2020
To test the value of the printed money, I suggest that the Fed prints $9.5 trillion and buys all the gold in the world, including jewelry, of 170,000 tonnes at the current price of $55.6 million per tonne. If they don't understand what will happen, I can tell them. They would have real problems getting hold of 1 tone of physical gold at that price. By the time they buy the second tonne, the market will value the dollar at its intrinsic value of ZERO, and gold measured in worthless dollars will go to infinity.
It was established through a loan from the Vatican when D.C. was transferred into a city-state and this corporate entity.
It is now under siege for interfering with the elections of We The People of the United States along with the Vatican and the other foreign nations who interfered, such as Germany, Italy, China, et al.
They are now an enemy of the state and their assets shall be seized.
Our military has already been taking down the giant as we have witnessed while all eyes were set on the voter fraud.
The forming of this corporation in D.C. is of major importance to understand, for when President Trump signed an executive order in 2018 on Election Interference/Fraud for entities both foreign and domestic, it outlined how assets would be seized.
Please read on to understand the nature of the battle we are in. This article is a good primer for those that are becoming aware.
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