Dinar Chronicles Exclusive RV/GCR Report – May 7, 2022
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation relating to the Global Currency Reset based on intelligence received from several sources which may or may not be accurate or truthful.)
In the last report, it was mentioned that Russia was moving troops in to “keep the peace” after declaring Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics as independent states.
However, the situation was used as a cover and a reason for Russia to declare a “special military operation” in Ukraine.
We will not go into details about the war itself and who is at fault but we will point out the effect it had on the global economy.
The repercussions of this war has already caused a landslide of events as predicted in the last report.
It was announced recently that Russia is switching to the gold standard in an effort to save their economy after being hit with heavy sanctions imposed by the West.
Russia is now trying to mitigate the Petrodollar with the help of China.
Russia depends on China for economic support and cooperation as China remains the USA’s top global competitor.
This means two superpowers are breaking away from the Petrodollar.
The Petrodollar must be boycotted globally in order for the US and the rest of the world to transition to commodity-backed currency.
Once the world transitions to commodity-backed currency, the long-awaited “Global Currency Reset” will begin as all currencies change in value based on commodities.
Digital currency will be introduced through the Quantum Financial System after the global currency reset.
As global tensions rise, the occurrence of a “Black Swan Event” as sources have been predicting is becoming more possible by the day.
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