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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Dec. 13, 2018
Compiled 13 Dec. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington
Below is a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it was valid. Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.
I would like to extend a special Thank You to Martha for her untiring research efforts in discerning the Truth.
Judy Note on The Plan: Where we think we are as of early morning Mon. Dec. 13:
*Right now the new US Treasury Notes were gold/asset-backed, available to trade and live on bank screens.
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sandyf @Xyz sandyf are you claiming brexit trigger will trigger rv?
Exactly the opposite, it is about as valid as those that said Trumps election would trigger the RV.
A few hours ago Theresa May faced a vote of no confidence in her leadership, she won the vote by 200 to 117 but prior to the vote annonced she would stand down before the next general election.
The question now is if there will be a motion of no confidence in the government, there is a possibility that could cancel brexit altogether.
This is the first in a series of many articles to follow about paper currency. Future articles will cover materials used for the paper – how it is made - security features – history of metallic strip – how to store – how to preserve and clean – how to identify counterfeit – how to swap - how to exchange and many more informative and interesting facts about paper money – We hope you enjoy reading the articles and there will also be some on Foreign Currency as well - Thank you The Recaps Team
All About Paper Currency
Paper currency is used by countries around the world. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, the Massachusetts Bay Colony was the first to issue paper money in 1690 in what would later become the United States.
The United States Department of the Treasury states that each Federal Reserve Bank must hold collateral equal to the value of the money it issues. The value of a nation's currency varies from one country to another at different times, based on the economy.