National coin shortage
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US is experiencing a national coin shortage in several states as an excuse to COVID-19 pandemic.
Also, The Federal Reserve ordered 34 major US banks to suspend share buybacks in the third quarter and limit dividend payments to shareholders.
1. Debt Suspension;
2. Debt Reduction;
3. Debt Resolution;
4. Debt Transparency.
The situation in developing countries is increasingly desperate. Time is short. We need to take action quickly on debt suspension, debt reduction, debt resolution mechanisms and debt transparency.
WASHINGTON, July 18, 2020
Full remarks here:www.worldbank.org
US President Donald Trump has nominated David Malpass as his pick for the next World Bank president:
The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said nothing had been finalized and that no orders for Somalia have been received by the U.S. military. But there appeared to be a growing expectation that drawdown orders would be coming soon.
Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller issued a memo to the entire Defense Department that hinted of a coming U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Sources: www.breitbart.com, www.reuters.com
It was a controlled operation? This can be a basic introduction to how the Good guys are implementing NESARA over time.
Earlier this year, POTUS talked about an RV - Revaluation of Currencies.
Sources: gesara.news, www.newsweek.com
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.
The world's new monetary system, underpinned by a digital currency, will be backed by a basket of new foreign currencies and natural resources.
And it will liberate the Global South from both western debt and IMF-induced austerity.
Transition to the new world economic order will likely be accompanied by systematic refusal to honor obligations in dollars, euro, pound, and yen.
In this respect, it will be no different from the example set by the countries issuing these currencies who thought it appropriate to steal foreign exchange reserves of Iraq, Iran, Venezuela, Afghanistan, and Russia to the tune of trillions of dollars.
Full article: Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Cradle