RVAlready: I suspect that Trump has signed off on the RV, and turned it over to treasury. This, the big international treasurers meeting in Iraq today
Natok: rvalready, Trump had to sign off on the RV in order for the banks to now have the 800's
RVAlready: I do not expect anything that could tip anyone off that this is happening. Clearly, those running the show want minimum exposure
RVAlready: I’m kind of expecting my banker to call me to exchange before I see anything on the web…. He says he will call me as soon as he gets the word
RVAlready: Hopefully, as with Kuwait, the average person will never know there was an RV.
JCNoble: It is now July in Iraq and it looks like Iraq did not fulfill its commitment to UN of having everything done by June. Big surprise LOL
Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR: Update for July 1, 2019
Compiled 1 July 2019 12:01 am EDT by Judy Byington
Below was 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: It was validated that the RV was on schedule to be released Sun. night June 30, with 800#s notification within a day or two, while all accounts would be made liquid at the same time around July 4 – an appropriate time for President Trump to announce the Restored Republic and a gold asset-backed standard of the new USTN?
By J.D. Roth Get Rich Slowly
When my father died in 1995, he left behind a small life insurance policy that awarded each family member $5,000. It wasn't much, but it was the best he could do based on the fact that he had cancer.
He hadn't been much of a planner, and hadn't been good with money, so that $5,000 per person was actually a significant amount.
At the time, I was deep in debt. I had over $20,000 in credit card balances, and was gradually adding more all of the time. If I'd been smart, I would have taken the proceeds from my father's life insurance and used them to immediately repay $5,000 in debt. But I wasn't smart.
By Lisa Rowan
You’ve heard of lottery winners who regret it. The guy who won $16.2 million but later declared he was happier when he was broke. The $315 million Powerball winner who later wished he had torn his ticket up. The woman who got $6 million after splitting winnings with coworkers and said people she loved were “turning into vampires trying to suck the life out of me.”
But still, when the jackpot rolls over, we get in line for a ticket, even though we know it won’t fix our problems. We are convinced, deep down, that the money (any money) would help.
Renewfor: There was no advance when Kuwait revalued, in fact the day before they said they wouldn't revalue
Natok: Like was said, there was no advance notice when Kuwait revalued, EXACTLY the opposite! like its not going to happen, never going to happen. then BOOM, so I am going to watch for the negative to hit, it might not happen that way, but just might! either way it will be an indication! watch both hands!
Ify: Kuwait Revaluation Article -