Iran, Russia planing the token of the Persian Gulf backed by gold
Gesara.news » News » Iran, Russia planing the token of the Persian Gulf backed by goldNews Date: January 16, 2023
Iran and Russia want to issue a new stablecoin backed by gold.
The potential stablecoin aims to enable cross-border transactions instead of fiat currencies like the U.S. dollar, the Russian ruble or the Iranian rial.
The "token of the Persian Gulf region" would serve as a payment method in foreign trade.
The collapse of fiat currencies will demolish the state theory of money, and not for the first time. Irrespective of how long it takes, the rapid loss of fiat currencies purchasing power means that governments will no longer be able to finance their obligations. There will, therefore, come a point where fiat money must be abandoned in the search for monetary stability. The demise of fiat is the demise of state money and the function of its replacement will be to restore public trust.
The replacement money can only be based on something in governments possession. And either in their treasury departments or central banks, other than each others fiat they only possess gold in their monetary reserves.
Sources: kingworldnews.com, schiffgold.com
The Phoenix on the Melania Trump Xmas tree ornament is the same as the Kennedy half dollar, which was in circulation from 1964 just after his death until 2002 just after 911 !!! He died exposing the deep-state military-industrial complex who also did 911!
FLOTUS: During this special time of the year, I am delighted to share America the Beautiful and pay tribute to the majesty of our great Nation. Together, we celebrate this land we are all proud to call home.
This may suggest the return to gold/silver standard as a Christmas gift, also paying tribute to those heroes who fought for NESARA.
Sources: www.whitehouse.gov, twitter.com
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov revealed this ambitious strategy in an interview with TASS news agency.
This initiative is geared toward enabling seamless cross-border transactions among BRICS member countries, reducing costs and risks associated with external financial intermediaries.
It also seeks to promote the use of BRICS currencies in international trade, potentially diminishing the dominance of the US dollar.
The BRICS network aims to rival SWIFT's capabilities by developing advanced payment infrastructure and cybersecurity measures.
While benefiting BRICS nations, it could also enhance competition and efficiency in the global financial system, benefiting businesses and individuals worldwide.
This move signifies the BRICS nations' determination to reduce reliance on Western financial systems and assert more influence in global finance.
Sergei Glazyev, a senior Russian economist and Minister in charge of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EAEU), was leading a committee planning a new trade currency for the Eurasian Economic Union.
At the same time, the new trade settlement currency was to be available to any other nation in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and the expanding BRICS membership.
Logic suggests that a gold-backed currency will be the outcome of Glazyev's EAEU committee's trade currency deliberations after all, because of a subsequent announcement from Moscow concerning a new Russian bullion market.
A senior South African official said Tuesday that the BRICS summit to be hosted by the country this year will discuss how to restructure the global political, economic and financial architecture.
The 15th BRICS summit will take place this year in late August in South Africa's Durban.