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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Dec. 19, 2018

Compiled 19 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.

A Special Thank You to Martha for her untiring research efforts in discerning the Truth and to Ken who uncovers unlimited intel on pedophiles to help us Save the Children.

Judy Note: Where we think we are as of early morning Wed. Dec. 19:


* Evidently China and Iraq have been exchanging for four weeks, US private bank exchanges have been going on since Mon. Dec. 3, the GCR/RV formally initiated in Hong Kong on Mon. Dec. 10, while as of Wed. Dec. 12 the new US Treasury Notes were live on bank screens as gold/asset-backed, plus Paymasters, Tiers 1, 2, 3, Tier 4 Group A and certain Humanitarian Projects had been paid out.

How Foreign Exchange Affects the Economy
By Kofi Bofah ; Updated September 26, 2017

Analysts monitor exchange rates to foreshadow economic trends.

Foreign exchange identifies the process of converting domestic currency into international banknotes at particular exchange rates. These transactions present distinct ramifications for the global economy.

Foreign exchange rates affect international trade, capital flows and political sentiment. Further, you should work to understand the economic risks associated with foreign exchange and globalization, prior to coordinating financial decisions.

Thank you Pinkroses


Bruce: Welcome Everybody to the Big Call tonight. Let’s talk about some Intel and see in the world are we because today was one of those days since Thursday or Friday of last week everything was pointing toward receiving the toll free number sometime this afternoon.

There was the possibility Saturday but realistically it was pointing to Tuesday. Here we are Tuesday night without the toll free number yet.

Bruce: Let’s talk about which is a little bit disconcerting, but I am still remaining very positive because what additional information I received today and some of it just before the call.

Let’s talk a little bit about where Iraq is in this process and why it is important. Every time we think Iraq is out of the way and complete we find no they needed to do one more thing or they needed to do this. It seems like the one more thing now is just they need to announce their independence and the fact they have a revalued currency that is tradable worldwide.

They just need to say it. It is more of a formality than anything else is where we are right now.

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Tuesday Night 12-18-18  

Sam I Am  I agree with Kap on a few things. There's no RI or big RV coming. There might be a small RV of a few %, but even that is unlikely IMO.

I also agree that Iraq's inflation is low, which is the main reason I don't foresee any RV in the near future, because the only reason they would raise the value is to combat inflation.

But he's wrong on any free float scenario. Iraq will maintain its policy of a pegged currency under a managed float. Look for a devaluation in 2019.