GESARA hints in Trumps speech at UN General Assembly
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Remarks by President Trump to the 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly:
We will enter a new era of unprecedented prosperity, cooperation, and peace.
For decades, the same tired voices proposed the same failed solutions, pursuing global ambitions at the expense of their own people. But only when you take care of your own citizens will you find a true basis for cooperation. As President, I have rejected the failed approaches of the past, and I am proudly putting America first, just as you should be putting your countries first.
I am supremely confident that next year, when we gather in person, we will be in the midst of one of the greatest years in our history - and frankly, hopefully, in the history of the world. Thank you. God bless you all. God bless America. And God bless the United Nations.
Despite pandemic, Total personal debt and credit card debt are going backwards.
This reminds NESARA first section:
Cancels all credit card, mortgage, and other bank debt due to illegal banking and government activities. Many refer to this as a "jubilee" or complete forgiveness of debt.
Gold, metals rates are going up!
NESARA 10th section:
Creates a new U.S. Treasury rainbow currency backed by gold, silver, and platinum precious metals...
Financial institutions could potentially use these digital assets for a wide range of use cases, including payments, lending, clearing and settlement, trading and treasury management.
Arca Labs, chose the Ethereum blockchain, one of the largest public blockchains, launching so-called digital securities ArCoin, which uses the ERC-1404 protocol.
1. It is urgent to vigorously champion human rights in foreign policy.
2. The power of example is enormous.
3. Human rights are universal and indivisible.
4. The universality and indivisibility of human rights do not mean uniformity in bringing them to life.
5. A degree of pluralism in respecting human rights does not imply cultural relativism.
6. Nation-states have some leeway to base their human rights policy on their own distinctive national traditions.
7. Although human rights are interdependent and indivisible, certain distinctions among them are inherent in the Universal Declaration itself, as well as in the positive law of human rights that follows from the UDHR.
8. Freedom, democracy, and human rights are indissolubly linked.
9. Social and economic rights are essential to a comprehensive foreign policy.
10. New claims of rights must be carefully considered.
11. National sovereignty is vital to securing human rights.
12. The seedbeds of human rights must be cultivated.
Full report: www.state.gov