Lynette Zang: Gold, CBDC’s, and Bonds


Streamed live Aug 5, 2021

Question 1: 2:16
The SBA (Small Business Administration) is pushing money again. No collateral and low interest for businesses impacted by the COVID pandemic. If the system is about to collapse – should we take more funds now? And if so, what happens to these debts when there is a reset? I can’t see the real government continuing with, for example, the unregulated derivative debts… I wonder if this is really a move to help people buy gold and silver to sustain through the rest of the war and reset?

Question 2: 8:30
In your most recent series, new data on the global reset, you talked about EBITDA as well as Junk Bonds vs Graded Bonds, why are these important?

Question 3: 14:02
Why is dollar to gold ratio on the U.S. debt clock going down?

Question 4: 15:11
How and/or does a life-long structured settlement, from a won law suite, get affected by the reset and/or bail in’s? The payments are directly deposited monthly & the settlement is paid by American International Life previously AIG.

Question 5: 18:30
For those of us with their assets in precious metals, what are the likely scenarios once the Great Reset occurs and CBDCs have replaced paper fiat currency? -How would we ever realize a true value of the precious metals? -If you need to tap into your “insurance” precious metals how do you liquidate into a CBDC? My understanding is that they will redistribute your CBDCs if you own more than what they consider to be a fair share.

Question 6: 25:42
My question is on buying houses. Large corporations buying, would that keep the house prices higher?



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