Entry Submitted by Danlboon at 12:39 PM ET on April 18, 2023
Some have said Gold may go to $300,000 per ounce, but what will it truly go to while even going to the 1950’s prices and in USTN?
How can they control the price of Gold while other countries are to be 1:1 with the USTN and they put the price according to what amount of currency they have?
Will the price of Gold drop to the 1950’s price or will they keep it at today’s value and only increase the price of the dollar? Thus, $2,022 per oz today may just stay there while other items will drop to only 179 USTNs. Then it may appear to be worth 22,772 USTNs. The price of Gold was fixed at $20.67 an ounce from 1934 until 1968.
Have you ever figured out how they can control the worth of the US dollar? They will be removing the massive amounts of printed Federal Reserve Notes by only allowing a certain amount of USTNs in the system. In the end, right before they ban the use of the FRN, they may have only at least a 10:1 ratio of FRN to USTN available and then after that it will be a 0:1.
This is how they can control the price of everything is to have a small amount of Lawful Treasury Notes and compare it to the Gold price. If there are 100 Million tonnes of Gold then it will be worth not much, but if they have it in storage for only a certain amount for each country to claim/purchase then the value is controlled. 187,000 tonnes of Gold has been reported to be mined as of today.
Now if you want to know about the Constitutional Amendments then go to Operation Disclosure and search for the 14th on 3/13/23 and then in sequence starting with the 1st on a daily basis as I give some explanation to them.
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