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Saudi Arabia wants to join BRICS

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News Date: October 18, 2022

South African president says Saudi Arabia wants to join BRICS.
Cyril Ramaphosa revealed this during his two-day state visit to the kingdom on Sunday.
The BRICS nations are going to be meeting in a summit next year under the chairship of South Africa.
And the matter is going to be under consideration.
Sources: insiderpaper.com

BRICS quantum tech partnership

Russian scientist Alexey Fedorov is the leader of the Quantum Information Technologies group at Moscow-based Quantum Center.
He expressed a desire to develop close partnerships with China and India in the field of quantum technology.
When the city of Kazan hosts the BRICS conference the following year, Russia aims to make its case.
Fedorov: Because together we can make things which are very hard to do alone.
We can collaborate about quantum computing, maybe solving problems and exchanging opinions and we collaborate about quantum sensing and different technologies and make our BRICS alliance to be stronger.

Eurasian alliance plans its own gold standard

Towards the end of July, news emerged in the Russian media that Moscow and a number of its Eurasian allies are now reviewing a proposal to create an entirely new trading and pricing infrastructure for the international precious metals in order to both destroy London and New York's monopoly over global precious metals pricing and to stabilize the Russian gold market.
The basis of this new structure will be a new, specialized international precious metals brokerage headquartered in Moscow, which will rely on the MWS.
Russia is also proposing to fix prices of precious metals in the national currencies of key member countries or via a new monetary unit - such as the new BRICS currency proposed by Putin.
The price-fixing committee would include central banks and other large banks from the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).
Member states of the EEU are Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, and Armenia.
The idea would be to make membership attractive to big gold players like China, India, Venezuela, Peru, and other South American countries.
Sources: kitco.com, bullionstar.com

Drain the path for NESARA. Notable Chairs on fire

President Trump is draining the path for Justice and Greatness? Recent Terminations / Resignations:
Christopher Krebs director of CISA - Cybersecurity and Infrastructure in DHS - U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He refuted his claims that the election was rigged;
Jay Clayton Chairman of SEC - U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He was occasionally criticized as being too soft on Wall Street;
Mark Esper Secretary of Defense was terminated by President Trump;
Richard Pilger Director of U.S. Department of Justice...
An administration official said the directors of the FBI and the CIA could be next.
Sources: www.resignation.info

The appeal of safe haven assets to increase

Escalating tensions in Israel often lead to investors seeking refuge in safe-haven assets.
This is because they closely monitor Middle East events for potential geopolitical risks that could impact financial markets.
These safe haven assets, like gold and government bonds, are considered low-risk and can provide a buffer against market volatility during uncertain times.
Institutional investors, such as hedge funds and central banks, also tend to diversify into these assets for risk management.
The impact goes beyond asset allocation, affecting market sentiment and volatility as investors react to developments in the region.
This underscores the interconnectedness of geopolitics and financial markets, prompting investors to adjust their strategies accordingly.

Turkey seeks to become full SCO member

Turkey's Erdogan targets joining Shanghai Cooperation Organization, media reports say.
'Now our next process will be steps towards this end. This is our goal,'
he said in reply to a journalist's question whether Turkey was considering the possibility of becoming a member of the SCO.
Source: reuters.com

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