Russia China will lead the world to gold standard
Gesara.news » News » Russia China will lead the world to gold standardNews Date: August 27, 2020
The process of fiat money collapse is currently underway and that gold, property and productive assets like manufacturing factories can be used to rebuild the economic system.
A combination of China and Russia would be the two countries that will lead us back to having a currency backed by precious metals.
China has multiples of what they report in gold reserves, that they probably got 20,000+ tons of gold reserves.
Russia is actually in a very-very good position: they have very low debt, they don't run large deficits, etc. They got a very large natural resource economy as well.
As a result, when the things come crashing down that the first two currencies that go to a gold backing are China and Russia.
If anyone has actually been paying attention. This was announced months ago. Trump debit cards on the way!
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin shows the new prepaid debit card that will be sent to Americans receiving coronavirus relief.
The law is applied to the equal share of gold under international law to honor humanity with prosperity.
From 1946 to 1971, nations operated under a new monetary system: the Bretton Woods Agreement.
On August 15, 1971, Nixon removed gold as the backing to the U.S. dollar.
After Nixon left the Bretton Woods system, gold went from $35 an ounce in 1971 to over $1800 today.
Shortly President Donald Trump retweeted this post.
In our previous post, you can find the whole article related to Kraken.
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Sources: twitter.com, gesara.news
View of new 2020 $1 coins being minted:
They don't look like anything we've seen before. These coins started in 2018 ... could this be in preparation for NESARA?
Think about this - paper money is easy to reprint, but coinage has to be minted... could it be that the mint was closed to re-tool and prepare to mint new coinage? Could it be that coins have been short due to the need for the metal to re-produce coinage?
There is a lot of stuff being blamed on the Virus - is the coin shortage really due to COVID??