Restored Republic via a GCR: Special Report as of March 15, 2022

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Special Restored Republic via a GCR Report as of Tues. 15 March 2022

Compiled by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, Therapist ret, Journalist, Author: “Twenty Two Faces: inside the extraordinary life of Jenny Hill and her twenty two multiple personalities.

Q Plan from A to Z, Charlie Freak:

https://bestnewshere.com/the-q-plan-from-a-to-z-in-20-minutes%EF%BF%BC/

“Growth and Change”

August 15, 2021 – #4796 Music & the Spoken Word (thetabernaclechoir.org)

Judy Note:

  • Market Report for Tues. 15 March: Markets were in extreme flux. Oil prices down 8%, with 30% down for the week. Hong Kong Market was down 5.72%. The Emotional Index was 17 – meaning there was extreme fear of a Market Crash very soon.
  • US Producer Price Inflation surged to 10% in February as the world faced major food, fuel and goods shortages.
  • Charlie Ward: “Watch out this week for the financial collapse and watch out for the Queen not being with us anymore.”

Global Currency Reset:

  • Tues. 15 March MarkZ: Bond Holders expect full funding within the next 24 hours. They plan on having the majority of Tier 4B (us, the Internet Group) in and out by Mon. 4 April so they can release the international rates then. 
  • Mon. 14 March Charlie Ward: “Watch out this week for the financial collapse and watch out for the Queen not being with us anymore.”
  • Sat. 12 March Fleming: “This will be our last weekend of wait-for-it-RV-GCR. It’s already begun. The US is dead last, but we’re the biggest. We are the most important Nation State with the largest number of “exotic currency and digital currency – XRP- holders,” in the world. The Great Shift has begun. Judy Byington’s take has it 100% right: Russia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Kuwait and the US were the top gold holders and would go to gold backed currency on Fri. 11 March.

Global Financial Crisis:

  • Market Report for Tues. 15 March: Markets were in extreme flux. Oil prices down 8%, with 30% down for the week. Hong Kong Market was down 5.72%. The Emotional Index was 17 – meaning there was extreme fear of a Market Crash very soon.
  • US producer price inflation surges to 10% in February, the highest annual increase on record.
  • Saudi Arabia considers accepting Yuan instead of US Dollars for Chinese oil sales, the WSJ reports.

Global Food, Fuel and Goods Shortages:

  • Hungry Iraqis protest food inflation as officials blame Russia.
  • The Middle East is in an uproar over inflation and food shortages, which are being blamed on Russia.
  • Al Jazeera reported that impoverished Iraqis have erupted in protests in recent days over unaffordable food amid the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
  • For the past week, the price of cooking oils and flour have skyrocketed in local markets. The Iraqi people are angrier than ever about it, and the Iraqi government is deflecting every which way it can to try to quell it.
  • Protesters reportedly gathered in a central square in the southern city of Nasiriya, “a flashpoint of anti-corruption protests that gripped the country in 2019,” according to reports.
  • The Middle East is particularly dependent upon food and commodity imports from Ukraine and Russia. The conflict is exacerbating problems with the supply chain and corrupt monetary policy that were already driving up prices and causing shortages before the Russian invasion

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