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Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto conjunction in Capricorn 2020

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News Date: June 18, 2020

The last time Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto were conjunct in Capricorn was in 1894 BCE.
King of Babylon Hammurabi codified a series of simple rules and regulations inspired by Samash the Sun god, by adopting previously existing edicts into new socio-economic realities.
These regulations inspired by divinity were etched in stone, and have influenced all modern law to this day.
It happens again in 2020. This is The big event!
Are we prepared to rewrite the laws of our society to better suit our ever-changing socio-economic and political realities? We better be. because I don't think we have a choice.
Source:reddit.com

The Reserve Bank of India has increased its gold reserve

There was a sharp jump in the foreign currency assets and gold reserves.
All components in forex reserves climbed with gold reserves outperforming foreign currency assets (FCA) in the week.
RBI announced key measures that are likely to protect the Indian rupee at the interbank forex market and further drive the reserves.
The value of gold reserves rose by $1.140 billion to $39.642 billion during the week ended July 29.
This is the highest monthly purchase since September 2021.
Sources: livemint.com

New Dollar Backed by Gold Coming This October 2020?

The rumor, and big fear, is that the IMF may opt to remove the US from the global SDR basket, effectively reducing the US's veto rights from the world stage. SDRs would then be a step closer to replacing the greenback as the world's reserve currency.
With the IMF attempting to pull off a fiscal reckoning minus the US dollar, President Trump may pull off a global reckoning of his own, by issuing US Treasury Notes backed by gold.
Source: gsiexchange.com

Defcon Level Warning System: Returning To Gold Standard

Russia is reportedly returning to the gold standard.
The government will abolish the VAT (tax) on bullion when purchasing gold bars or other precious metals from a bank.
The 20% current tax on top of its value will not apply.
According to Money Week China 'almost certainly' owns more gold than the United States and both Russia and China have been expecting that they must separate from the U.S. dollar and have been increasing their gold holdings so that they will be prepared for such a time.
Maxime Bernier said that China and Russia have both accumulated a lot of gold and are dumping their dollar assets.
"By escalating the Ukraine conflict and imposing financial sanctions, we are pushing them to establish an alternative global monetary system, likely based on gold" he stated.
"When this happens the US$ will crash and our massively indebted economies will suffer.
This is a big geopolitical blunder. And btw Canada has no gold reserve. We won't have anything to support the CAN$. Almost nobody sees this coming". he added.
Maxime Bernier said that he supports the return to sound money and a gold standard, but not in an 'unprepared and destabilizing fashion as the one we are facing now'.
Source: Defcon Level Warning System

Donald Trump is ending endless war

NESARA law:
16: Ceases all aggressive, U.S. government military actions worldwide.
17: Establishes peace throughout the world.
Trump office Facts:
Donald Trump is ending endless war
US pulls troops out of Libya amid rise in violence
New in 2020: Will Trump pull the US military out of Iraq and Syria?
Afghan conflict: US and Taliban sign deal to end 18-year war
Trump confirms plans to pull some US troops out of Germany
Peace Treaty on Korean Peninsula

What is Section 230 which Trumps wants terminated?

Section 230 is a piece of Internet legislation, passed into law as part of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996 (a common name for Title V of the Telecommunications Act of 1996), formally codified as Section 230 of the Communications Act of 1934 at 47 U.S.C.§ 230.
Targeting fake news and the US presidential elections, Trump and others have attacked Section 230, saying it has given companies too much legal protection, allowing them to escape unscathed.
Sources: twitter.com, opoyi.com

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