Monday, July 9, 2018


Things have been heating up this week. Normally I am somewhat cautious in passing on information, and at the risk of drinking cool-aid, this is what I have been informed of.

Funds have been released to paymasters. They are on the move but not every deposit to all paymasters has been completed. The monies are all there but not fully released for the use of consumers until after Monday, July 9th. Now this doesn’t mean the following day the public will see funds; it only states after Monday the 9th.

Considering the source of this information, I consider it relevant and valid.

Multiple sources have verified that sometime last week it began with a select group of Chinese Royals being funded. The paymasters considered this happenstance one of the triggers for the release of funds. I always like to caution on expectations but this Intel passed muster.

have to amend some previous information I spoke of concerning the Paris Climate Accords. The information I remarked on and the 28 articles that were sent to those who requested it are apparently the short version of the Accords.

There is a more detailed version that is over 3500 pages long and can only be viewed by governments. As they say, “The devil Is in The Detail”. I have a request in to receive the full version.

I am told there is more relevance to the GCR/RV within the detail. I will not be allowed to forward the information but I can comment on certain components. I will remark further once fully educated on it.

During the past several months, I have attempted to bring clarity to events, laws and developments that have been exaggerated, elaborated on, or just flat misunderstood. The idea is to present facts on the purpose and motivations of these happenings, rather than assumptions and speculation.

The one mental obstacle I cannot seem to get past is the Exchange Rate values and how they are determined.

As stated in last week’s post, Exchange Rates are determined by demand or how much it is being used. The more the demand for a particular currency the higher its exchange rate. The lesser the demand for a currency the lesser the exchange rate. Seems like a simple formula and makes absolute sense.

It would indicate that any particular country that has a high import/export condition would also have a high demand for their currency. The Vietnamese Dong I kind of get due to their amazing manufacturing growth and maybe the Iraqi Dinar due to its oil and the fact it is pegged to the US dollar, but the other currencies in the first basket like the ZIM or the Rupiah do not make sense.

Exchange rates are figured in real time not futures.

While reputedly, Zimbabwe has this enormous cache of in ground assets, the assets are still in the ground and will take years to realize the monetary value of those assets.

Zimbabwe’s main exports have been in agriculture, which have been on a steady decline for the past ten years because of kicking the corporate agriculture concerns out of the country.

With Indonesia, I have the same question: why the huge exchange rates with no current demand for the currency?

Seems to me there are some unknown variables that are allowing these massive exchange rates that have yet to be discovered. In many of these countries, considering their current conditions, it makes no sense that their currency value would escalate. I will keep digging until I get my answers.

Until next time everyone keep your eyes wide open, don’t drink all the cool-aid you are offered and keep focused on the prize: SAVING OUR HUMANITY


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