“GESARA Phase 1 seen in Winnipeg, Canada” by Wes – 2.7.22


Entry Submitted by Wes at 9:36 AM EST on February 7, 2022

It has been a number of weeks since I have visited my local Bank of Montreal Instabank, so I was shocked with what I discovered. 

As a background, Canadians seem to like their debit cards, I would venture to say that 9 out of 10 purchases are made without using cash. So imagine my surprise when I went to withdraw cash from my local ATM to then be presented with a screen showing the option of Canadian Money or American. This makes absolutely no sense except for under Gesara. 

With Canadians using less and less cash, making hardly any trips to the States (and likely relying on Cards even when they do), and the fact that US Cash has absolutely no use in Winnipeg, etc., it is stupifying why they would NOW offer US Cash in a local ATM. Except of course under Gesara, as a step towards a whole new financial world and relationship between the two countries. 

I then wondered if it was the new rainbow currency, so I withdrew $20 worth, but alas, it was the old monopoly money. I then heard Shari Raye say the new currency won’t hit the banks for another few weeks. So when it does, I will post an update with pictures. Meanwhile it’s nice to see things moving ahead!



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