Entry Submitted by RGVK at 12:20 PM EDT on August 25, 2021
If you say they should have it now, they are not humanitarian, because those humanitarian have already done their homework.
We do NOT need to have a trust, the criminal banks have nothing to demand from us for all intents and purposes!
Why buy a new computer, when we know that the internet is changing to Quantum internet?
That new phone and phone number is BS! Nobody needs to know where I am and this smells of criminality as banking has always been criminal. You should keep your mouth shut about this too, how clear can you be?
Those who are humanitarian have a lot to submit at the repayment appointment, dozens of pages let’s say!
Again, NO trust should be provided, and you will have to present several humanitarian projects.
” Start thinking like a rich person would think”, we need to think how God would think and act in order to help others, because with what you have always said about 11 million or 33 million dollars, you will not be able to do much and certainly not think yourself rich. And if you have to give 80% away to the banks, then you are totally screwed. I think there are two types of RV agreements. One is for the small-minded ZIM holders who are satisfied with crumbs to let the banks screw them over, and the other is for real humanitarianists who understand what the 5D world is all about, the new world of great opportunity to put humanity in abundance, so that crime decreases and everyone gets much closer to each other. For this, the real humanitarian will have the gigantic amounts of money that we are asking for. We will not have to stay in the clutches of the bank, leaving behind that debt slave bank culture. With the QFS, everyone will have their own banking options.
Love and light,
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