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News Date: November 30, 2021

Do governments hate gold? The short answer is Yes.
Governments hate gold because they cannot print it, and it is difficult for them to control.
Because they cannot print it or easily control it, gold has little use to them during the never-ending schemes to tax and then redistribute wealth.
Legal tender laws mean that all taxes must be paid in fiat currency, not gold or silver (held in physical form).
Nothing but sponsored fiat currencies issued by the government is acceptable to pay debts and taxes.
Source: snbchf.com

Gold Is Going To Be The New Global Currency

America not only has record debts but the Fed keeps creating dollars as the tsunami of money cheapens the worlds leading currency.
A man who is connected in China at the highest levels said gold is going to be the new global currency.
Central banks bought 90 tonnes this spring and data player Palantir Technologies bought $50 million in gold bars in August.
US taxpayers and investors require their attractive insurance policy against rampant government spending and currency depreciation.
Gold is such an asset since it has no counterparty risk. It will become more valuable as more money is issued to finance government spending.
Sources: financebrokerage.com, kingworldnews.com

BRICS currency officially announced

The Kremlin has announced the development of a blockchain-based payment system within the BRICS alliance.
Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov emphasized the importance of creating an independent BRICS payment system using modern tools like digital technologies and blockchain, aiming for convenience, cost-effectiveness, and non-political influence.
The focus for the year is to enhance BRICS's role in the international monetary system, with an emphasis on increasing settlements in national currencies and strengthening correspondent banking networks.
Work will continue on the Contingent Reserve Arrangement, particularly focusing on currencies other than the US dollar, as outlined in the 2023 Johannesburg Declaration.

The new Petro-Gold-Yuan system

Gold will be instrumental in China's plan to create an international oil/renminbi market.
Gold will be a crucial factor for China as the nation looks to strengthen the yuan's international credibility and continues to push forward its plans to buy oil from Saudi Arabia.
Sources: kitco.com

IMF, World Bank annual meetings on economic development

The International Monetary Fund and World Bank will hold their annual meetings, with both calling on the Group of 20 largest economies to extend a freeze in debt payments from the worlds poorest nations that is set to expire at year end.
The annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the Board of Governors of the World Bank Group (WBG) are going to kick off on Monday 12, and will remain in session till 18 October. The meetings come amid unprecedented conditions because of the COVID-19 outbreak and the severe impact it has had on the whole world.
The meetings are designed to bring together central bankers, ministers of finance and development, private sector executives, representatives from civil society organizations, and academics to discuss issues of global concern, including the world economic outlook, poverty eradication, economic development, and aid effectiveness.
IMF to revalue its Special Drawing Rights (SDR) - the world's reserve currency waiting in the wings.
Sources:www.bloomberg.com, ahram.org.eg, gesara.news

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