“UST Control” by Logan B – 8.29.21

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Entry Submitted by Logan B at 10:56 AM EDT on August 29, 2021

According to Nick it seems that the UST will have ownership of your money and control of what and where you will spend it. You won’t be able to buy a house, a car or a pack of gum without an ok from your UST representative.

Projects are strictly UN approved non-profits. No need to have your own project ideas. Sorry, Bruce. You can exchange for personal use or UN approved project use but not both. I did not say redeem because apparently the Zim is no longer considered a bond. They would like to eliminate the Zim altogether. 

Money will be USN, don’t know if it’s gold-backed, only. If you would like some gold-backed Yuan or gold-backed anything else, forget it. No mention of the QFS. 

Being Canadian I’m not sure where any of this leaves me. Same controls I imagine. 

Does any of this sound like freedom? It is very strict money control and lack mentality that we are used to from the banks. At this point in my life I don’t care how this plays out as long as it plays out. 

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