Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of July 18 2019
Compiled 18 July 2019 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.
In the near future this will come to be. I wish you well in your humanitarian efforts and look forward to seeing you again on the other side of the RV where together, we will make life better for all. Judy Note: Q said this would be “A Week to Remember.”
Tony: Three banks were telling their SKR holders that they would be liquid on Fri. July 19.
MarkZ: We were in a 72 hour time zone to release the RV that began Tues. July 16.
Over last weekend the Chinese Elders took over Deutsche Bank and would eventually, all Central Banks – meaning the world was now functioning on the Gold Standard. The deadline for the German Deutsche Bank and all Central Banks, to implode under their fiat system unless they were put under a Gold Standard was Mon. July 15.
Briona: I believe Iraq is just holding on until we are ready. They have been ready for a long time and will go as soon as we do.
RVAlready: The problem with anyone who says this will float up from program rate is that it is in direct opposition to what Dr Shabibi said, which was NO FLOAT.. Shabibi planned the entire RV. I have a real problem with folks that think they know more about this than him.
RVAlready: Shabibi.clearly stated initial rate would be 3.22 plus up to 20% and close to Kuwait
G8way2k: Shabibi also said that the IQD can handle $16 rate at one time. Or so it has been reported. He may not have meant "sustainable" but that's what I recollect.
Freeway2: g8way2k Shabi said in a speech at a Chamber of Commerce that Iraq could suppport $16, but he went further and said, "Im not saying they will". I had a video of his speech but some how it was deleted.
The Coming Collapse of Communist China
Post From The Philosophy of Metrics
J Collins June 26, 2019 Cultural, Economics, FREEPOM, Geopolitical
A few years following the collapse of the twin towers the world was almost unrecognizable from what it had been at the end of the 20th Century. After grunge, techno, the explosion of websites, Yahoo, Amazon, Supersize Fries, and Bill Clinton, anything seemed possible.
The lackluster years of the late 1990’s ended with the birth of the music sharing platform Napster and an unremarkable Y2K event. The future strangely seemed both mundane and hopeful. Everything changed with the bombing of the U.S.S. Cole in Yemen’s Aden harbor on October 12, 2000.