“Yellen and US Treasury Bonds” by Danlboon – 10.24.22


Entry Submitted by Danlboon at 10:14 AM ET on October 24, 2022

Maybe you do not get the picture of what Janet Yellen in the UST is doing as we now have a new United States Treasury and she is dealing with the old UST as well.

“A long-respected tenet of Our GCR architecture has been for the UST to absorb, or take over, the role of the US Federal Reserve Bank, which is primarily to issue commercial banking reserves or to buy US Treasuries in order to increase, or decrease, USD liquidity in the economy. But now, Janet Yellen, the UST Secretary has floated the prospect of the UST buying back its own Treasury Bonds – the very Bonds the UST sells to the markets. In essence, this means Janet is proposing to take over the FED’s key role in the global monetary system. Remember, Yellen was also the FED Chairman for several years before taking over the UST under Biden. The question is, she’s either stupid crazy, or… something else. Yet, for the UST to absorb the role of selling, and buying, US Treasury Bonds is a clear challenge to the very heart of the global central banking system.”

Right now the US Dollar, the FRN, is gold backed and ready to exchange with the USTN 1:1 in our Republic. But what I see is that the old US Treasury Bonds have to be gold backed and not just claim it on paper. We need the new US Treasury Bonds in 2022 for the Republic to purchase the old UST bonds while they are all gold backed so there is no going back with a discrepancy if those old ones are not lawful, yet we would still have them.

It is like replacing all the parts in an automobile except for the frame and outside along with a good paint job then claim it as a new automobile. You also would have to have the frame and outside as new and fresh as those are the bonds themselves.

This is where if there are any misplaced or forged US Treasury Bonds then we also have the new ones computerized as being legitimate, and the gold and assets used for the backing are linked directly to those new US Treasury Bonds.




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