Wednesday, September 20, 2017

1st January 2018

The date of the US dollar's death.

I've more-or-less stopped writing this blog, as it's all laid out here and the path being followed is now very clear.

The people at the top of the financial food chain will do what they want to do, regardless of any huff and puff coming from anyone else, so there's really nothing to do but try to stay as far out of harm's way as possible.

Also I understand the resistance to my assertion that ALL of the political, climactic and social chaos is a deliberate part of their plan, but it really is as simple as 'Oder ab Chao'.  Or 'problem, reaction, solution' if you prefer. Or the Hegelian dialectic, if you prefer.

Here that famous 'insider' Jim Rickards lays it all out very clearly, and it's what I've been piecing together for nearly a decade. In 2008 they started QE1, and by 2018, ten years later, they'll crash the present system (or more likely segue into the new DLT one) and re-juggle everything. And I mean everything...

Whilst remaining at the top, you understand. Wouldn't do to have any of the old families lose any of their wealth now, would it?

Just the rest of us, who are completely unprepared.

Shame on them for their deceit and arrogance.

https://pro.agorafinancial.com/p/AWN_sdrblockchain_0817/EAWNT954/?email=LEGUERRAT%40aol.com&a=13&o=51872&s=60051&u=6900169&l=713738&r=MC2&vid=tl-nFL&g=0&h=true

(Of course Rickards is peddling his wares, and I'm very suspicious of his 'correct predictions'  - most likely he's one of the 'financial √©lites' himself, as he predicted the Brexit and Trump victories in advance (who could have known?), plus he's also peddling the phony 'North Korea is unpredictable' routine on the MSM. However, I definitely think it's worth paying attention to what he says, hence this post).

2 comments:

  1. I think that digital dollars will nose dive soon, but physical (especially change, which does have inherent value) will probably lag behind a bit as people become desperate for a proxy to trade.

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  2. Good call - but if they're not backed by....then potatoes might be more valuable?

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