Gold Rush to Dump U.S Debt
Gesara.news » News » Gold Rush to Dump U.S DebtNews Date: July 26, 2020
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.
View of new 2020 $1 coins being minted:
They don't look like anything we've seen before. These coins started in 2018 ... could this be in preparation for NESARA?
Think about this - paper money is easy to reprint, but coinage has to be minted... could it be that the mint was closed to re-tool and prepare to mint new coinage? Could it be that coins have been short due to the need for the metal to re-produce coinage?
There is a lot of stuff being blamed on the Virus - is the coin shortage really due to COVID??
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What's the difference?
End Martial Rule, Declare a State of Peace.
The United States was a FOREIGN OWNED CORPORATION (United States Government-052714196 Dunn and Bradsheet Number) which is evidence by examine the DeJure Civil Flag Of Peace.
A Gold Fringe on Flag is a signal.
"I don't see it so much as returning [to the gold standard], more like 'back to the future.' I think that what a gold standard stands for is monetary discipline for its own sake. Money is supposed to be a unit of account, a reliable measure and a dependable store of value. It really shouldn't be subject to who's the chairman of the Federal Reserve."