What is Sound Money? Monetary reset
Gesara.news » News » What is Sound Money? Monetary resetNews Date: August 16, 2020
A somewhat polemical term for a currency backed by a tangible commodity such as gold, silver or platinum. Sound money has an intrinsic value, but is more susceptible to deflation than fiat money. Many countries used sound money throughout most of their histories; however, most countries today use fiat money and have since the United States left the Bretton Woods System in the 1970s. The term "sound money" is often used by those who favor its reintroduction. The more common term is hard money.
Given the current fiat money system is on a path towards its own destruction it is not surprising that there has been increasing talk of a monetary reset.
How come this cure for AIDS, patent #5676977, has not been made public?
A proof of concept for an HIV cure exists.
Just google 5676977 and you see what will happen.
Here is a 3 minute snip from the ~30 minute press conference with PM Abe from Japan.
Go to 1:50 if you want the start of the exact statement:
Did anyone notice how Trump pronounced the Pfizer vaccine-like FISA vaccine?
Trump said Pfizer perfectly clear, the other 3 times it is FISA, as in unsealed FISA Warrants.... which will be delivered via our military as evil folks are arrested. Gold...NESARA/GESARA. Vax = Arrests.
President Trump announced the COVID vaccine rollout within 24 hours. Note the curtains. He is... backed by gold.
Patriots believe that he is saying FISA instead of Pfizer in this speech. President Trump could be announcing DECLAS within 24 hours, including military intervention at this point and a big step towards the gold standard.
Sources: twitter.com, inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.com
Currently, PayPal can be used as an alternative means for withdrawing funds from exchanges such as Coinbase, but this would be a first in terms of offering direct sales of crypto.
Targeting fake news and the US presidential elections, Trump and others have attacked Section 230, saying it has given companies too much legal protection, allowing them to escape unscathed.
Sources: twitter.com, opoyi.com