What Type of Paper is Money Printed On? By Brian Westover
The paper found in dollar bills isn't like the paper in your printer. In one sense, it may not be paper at all. Where most paper is made with wood pulp, the paper found in printed money uses none. Instead, currency paper is mostly made up of cotton and linen, materials more commonly used for making cloth.
This cloth-like paper, sometimes called rag paper to distinguish it from the regular wood-pulp variety, is far more durable than your regular sheet white bond. Since a bill will spend its days being folded, crumpled, and stuffed into pockets, wallets, and machines, this durability is essential.
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chattels Sunni rift over Ministry of Defence widens By Rudaw http://www.rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/121220183
chattels ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – The rift between rival Sunni camps in the Iraqi parliament over the position of minister of defence widened after one side offered the position to a Shiite.
Mohammed al-Halbousi, speaker of the Iraqi parliament and member of the Sunni National Axis Alliance that is allied with the pro-Iran Binaa bloc of Hadi al-Amiri, reportedly discussed offering the Ministry of Defense post to Shiite commanders in the Iraqi army.
RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - December 13, 2018
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence leaks received from several sources which may or may not be accurate. Other confirmed sources may also be included in this overview.)
Sources have been informed of a temporary information blackout as of today.
The upcoming Brexit vote is a "domino effect" trigger for the remaining geopolitical obstacles toward GESARA.
It is becoming increasingly evident that military tribunals and a "structure change" are on the horizon.
Gold is the keyword.
The private currency redemption event (RV) remains to be expected prior to the military tribunals which may occur in early January.