Quantum-Language saved the world in 1999
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How Russell Jay Gould & David Winn Miller saved our world in 1999.
QUANTUM-LANGUAGE-PARSE-SYNTAX-GRAMMAR which was created by them to free the world rewriting the masonic books, the constitution, and other state documents in 18 days of government vacancy.
Investors seem to be nervous. And perhaps rightfully so.
A 48-year market vet warns that investors should prepare for more wealth destruction than we have ever seen as the Fed gets set to tighten policy.
David Hunter reiterated his call for a steep decline in stocks ahead.
He said he expects the S&P 500 to drop as much as 80% from its peak.
Hunter said Fed tapering would trigger the crash. Investors seem to be nervous. And perhaps rightfully so.
Stocks are up 90% from the lows in the last year-and-a-half, an extraordinary bull run.
Many measures of valuation show historic over-extension.
The Federal Reserve is getting set to taper asset purchases.
Treasury bond yields are expected to rise.
Personal finance expert Robert Kiyosaki warned the October crash is coming regardless of whether the US debt ceiling is raised or what measures are imposed by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen or Federal Reserve chair.
Sources: flipboard.com, www.independent.co.uk
Vice President Mike Pence announces that uniformed members of the U.S. Space Force will be called Guardians. There you have it: Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Guardians.
What is the enemy right there in the space? We have not been attacked by aliens. Maybe QFS satellites need more protection.
Sources: twitter.com, www.defenseone.com
It seems like today's national leaders are gradually reaching a consensus about how the world's monetary system should be structured. They are getting ready to return to a gold standard system.
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.
China imported $108.8 million worth of Russian gold in July - a 750% increase from June and a 4,800% increase from the same month last year.
China may be just one of several important new destinations for Russian gold in Asia and the Middle East.