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Trump Tower famous escalator Currency Exchange

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News Date: June 18, 2020

5 years ago, on June 16th, 2015, Donald Trump announced his candidacy for President of the United States Of America.
He came down the famous escalator along with Melania at Trump Tower!
This is a day to remember!
Look behind!!!
Is this just a coincidence?
Currency Exchange?
Gold walls?
Source:youtube.com

Welcome to Blockchain, Federal Reserve!

Once Anti-Bitcoin, JPMorgan Provides Banking Services to Crypto Exchanges Coinbase and Gemini.
Source:cointelegraph.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

A new gold standard is coming

Excessive monetary stimulus, a by-product of an undisciplined fiat money system, will create problems for our economy as well as financial distortions, and the long-term solution is to move away from this system and re-adopt a gold standard.
There are a lot of financial bubbles, there are excessive debt levels, inequality is rising, you have got moral hazards, all these side effects of a fiat money standard are not really what we want, and eventually we get a lot of monetary instability and I think then at that point we have to get back to a gold standard.
Sources: www.silverdoctors.com, www.youtube.com

World Bank President:China needs to participate in debt relief

World Bank President David Malpass said that the Chinese government and its creditors need to participate in coordinated efforts to provide debt relief to the world's poorest countries, as China has become a major creditor to the developing countries of the world.
Source:finance.yahoo.com

Judy Shelton for Fed board, return to the gold standard

Senate banking panel to resume considering Judy Shelton for Fed board.
The nomination of Shelton appeared in jeopardy earlier this year as Republicans and Democrats on the banking panel expressed concerns over her views on the independence of the Fed from the White House, as well as her advocacy in the past for returning the United States to the gold standard.
Source: www.washingtonpost.com

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