Entry Submitted by Angel of Light at 12:30 AM EST on February 22, 2022
It appears you did not fully read my article or understand it. It is very simple, in order for a country to have a gold backed currency, this country needs to have the gold present to actually back up the gold backed currency. This is something you seem to fail to understand. Now since my first post, I did receive an update on it, instead of moving around 20 metric tons of gold, they will be working day and night to ship around about 200 metric tons of gold. So this will go a lot faster. Also I did not speak about NESARA nor GESARA.
“Is it the QFS will only work if the countries purchase the gold as an asset in exchange for their own assets, thus the African third world countries and others that really do not have much assets will stay in poverty no matter how fast the QFS works and if the gold can be sold?”
Now again, read what I wrote above that, that will answer most of your question. However you might think africa is like a third world country, Zimbabwe is currently the richest country in the world.
This is due to their assets in and above ground. The world has been made to believe, some countries in the world are very poor…but they really are not….
Now if after this response, you still do not understand, and after reading my first article again, more slowly, you still do not understand…when I made it so simple….Then there is nothing I can tell you, that will make you see the truth. However when you use common sense and logical sense, you will realize that I did tell you the truth in my first article.
Angel of Light Aka B Light
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