Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of July 30 2019
Compiled 30 July 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.
This has finally come to be. I wish you well in your humanitarian efforts and look forward to seeing you again on the other side of the reset where together, we will make life better for all.
Judy Note: Evidently last Tues. July 23 the RV was launched and funds began dispersing to Paymasters. The 800#s would be published when those funds reached a certain percentage of release. It was believed that Whales, Groups, SKRs and Tiers would be made liquid all at once, though no one knew the time, or date.
There were rumors that exactly one week after RV launch on Tues. July 30, the Fed was dropping rates “because something big was happening to the US dollar.”
Did that “something big” mean that on Tues. July 30 President Trump would announce that the dollar was finally returning to a Gold Standard? Or, would Trump wait until Thurs. Aug. 15 – the 48th year anniversary of when President Nixon pulled us off the Gold Standard?
Samson: Parliamentary power: Iraq has a financial abundance to fill the budget deficit
30th July, 2019
A member of the Committee on oil and energy parliamentary Sadiq al-Sulaiti, Tuesday, high oil prices in the coming months, stressing that Iraq has a financial abundance to fill the deficit in the budget.
Al-Sulaiti said in a statement to Al-Maaloumah that "Iraq over the past six months has achieved a financial abundance by a decision of the price of oil fixed in the federal budget for 2019."
He added that "the financial abundance will reduce the fiscal deficit in the balance of the budget, which amounts to 26 trillion," noting that "the financial abundance will cover all investment projects as well as the payment of salaries of employees fully without the need to borrow external or internal."
Is the U.S. on Its Way to Becoming a Cashless Society?
Shelle Santana JULY 23, 2019
Is the U.S. becoming a cashless society?
As digital payments spread from coastal coffee shops to rural restaurants, business owners, lawmakers, and consumers across America are asking themselves this question. And depending on where you live, the concept of “cashless” is either a heated debate, the wave of the future, or a term you’ve never heard of.
Where the debate does exist, it highlights the growing tension between an evolving consumer payments landscape, a desire for increased business efficiency, and a growing concern that un- and underbanked consumers may be marginalized in a cashless economy.