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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of May 28 2019
Compiled 28 May 2019 12:01 am 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 is valid.
Judy Note: An intel blackout has remained in effect since Fri. morning May 24, though it was suspected that the RV trigger was pulled last Sat. May 18 when the Cabal crimes of FISAgate, Russiagate, 9/11, 3/11 Fukushima and Flight 370 began unraveling.
MarkZ said the 800 numbers would be released sometime Mon. May 27 and we could set appointments to start exchanging by Tues. May 28. The international release of the Iraqi Dinar was to be on that same Tues. May 28.
Rumor was that the majority of Zim redemption was to be finished by Sat. June 1. Private currency exchange for the higher rates was believed to face completion by Tues. June 4, after which the general public could begin exchanging.
Emailed to Recaps:
Sam Oliver: Folks, there is a lot of disinformation coming out now at the end. Even the markets will get crazy at times, but we are used to that aren't we in the markets and intel. LOL.
I will share what I can, but know what you were looking for began with the devaluations of certain currencies last week.
Remember what we have shared in this room. What goes down will go up in all the currencies like a U shape on the chart as the reset continues.
Funny how, this mimicks gold charts as of late especially as a relationship with them develops, but it won't take as long. Sam Oliver
By Geoff Williams, Contributor
Getting rich can be easy compared with staying rich.
IT ISN'T LIKELY THAT you will become fabulously wealthy overnight, but it can happen. You could learn of a rich uncle who left you a fortune in his will. The lottery gods may bless you. You might be really good at March Madness picks and win $1 billion promised by Warren Buffett and Quicken Loans for correctly guessing the winners of 67 basketball games.
So just for kicks, and for the few readers who find themselves in this position, what should you do if you suddenly, practically overnight, become fantastically rich beyond your wildest imagination?
By Susan Johnston Taylor
If not careful, heirs can fall into pitfalls like blowing an inheritance or letting it breed family rivalry.
INHERITING MONEY OR property sounds like a pretty sweet deal, right?
Not always. Sometimes heirs who aren't money-savvy wind up blowing the bank and getting used to a more lavish lifestyle that could get them into trouble. In other cases, an unequal inheritance may create rifts between relatives or trigger guilt in someone who hadn't expected a large windfall.