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JFKs Executive Order 11110 to Abolish the FED

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News Date: August 28, 2020

Executive Order 11110 was issued by U.S. President John F. Kennedy on June 4, 1963.
When Kennedy signed this Order, it returned to the federal government, specifically the Treasury Department, the Constitutional power to create and issue currency- money without going through the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank. President Kennedy's Executive Order 11110 gave the Treasury Department the explicit authority: to issue silver certificates against any silver bullion, silver, or standard silver dollars in the Treasury. This means that for every ounce of silver in the U.S. Treasury's vault, the government could introduce new money into circulation based on the silver bullion physically held there. As a result, more than $4 billion in United States Notes were brought into circulation in $2 and $5 denominations. $10 and $20 United States Notes were never circulated but were being printed by the Treasury Department when Kennedy was assassinated.
Sources:en.wikipedia.org/, https://truth11.com

Central banks are buying gold

Central banks are buying gold to protect against the threat of a sovereign debt crisis.
Last week the World Gold Council noted that central banks bought 59 tonnes of gold in June.
For the first half of this year, central banks purchased 270 tonnes of gold.
The WGC noted that central banks bought 180 tonnes of gold in the second quarter.
Sources: kitco.com

The Bank of England closed, fire in WTC Brussels

Weird recent events:
World Trade Center in Brussels was on fire (Aug 6) and the Bank of England seems to be closed for several days.
The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom a huge international Rothschild bank.
Sources:www.youtube.com, www.google.com

Fintech and XRP Support in US GOV Register New Rule

The Remittance Transfers Under the Electronic Fund Transfer Act final rule is effective July 21, 2020.
The continued growth of "fintech" nonbank remittance transfer providers and their further expansion into partnerships and other relationships with banks and credit unions, which allow such entities to tap into the closed network payment systems that nonbank remittance transfer providers have developed and (3) the continued growth and expanding partnerships of virtual currency companies, such as Ripple, which offer both a payments messaging platform to support cross-border money transfers as well as a virtual currency, XRP, which can be used to effect settlement of those transfers.
The Bureau also believes that expanded adoption of SWIFT's gpi product or Ripple's suite of products could similarly allow banks and credit unions to know the exact final amount that recipients of remittance transfers will receive before they are sent.
Source: www.federalregister.gov

Central banks gold reserves switch

The central banks are increasingly concerned about inflation, and the major ones start giving out signals that they won't let inflation run too hot, even if it means slower growth.
In commodities, the upside potential in gold is more than just a safe haven hedge, as the rising geopolitical tensions and the latest sanctions imposed on the Russian central bank will bring the central banks around the world to reconsider their FX holdings, and start shifting towards a nationless gold.
Source: youtube.com

Historic Investments in Economic Growth

Following enactment of the American Rescue Plan in March of 2021, the Treasury Department oversaw an historic and unprecedented provision of federal assistance to struggling Americans, including delivering more than 150 million Economic Impact Payments within the first few weeks following the American Rescue Plan's passage; helping launch a national infrastructure to provide emergency rental assistance and prevent evictions across the country; issuing the first ever monthly payments of the Child Tax Credit which supported tens of millions of families; and rapidly distributing unprecedented Fiscal Recovery Fund resources directly to communities to help local leaders avoid cuts, address local needs, and support rapid, resilient, and equitable recovery.
Source: treasury.gov

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