Entry Submitted by William at 5:25 AM ET on June 7, 2023
I’m a bit muddled on how this restitution thing is supposed to work…
There’s a lot mentioned regarding tier levels, bonds, currency exchanges, redemption centers, Zimms, Dinars, Dongs, humanitarian projects and the current rate of gold and silver.
But for the average joe who’s retired and living on social security and snap benefits it doesn’t really explain anything relevant to my situation. The wonderful changes that appear inevitable require a better understanding of what to expect
and what actions/requirements/obligations one should prepared for.
Like what the heck is a humanitarian project? How does that concern someone living hand-to-almost-mouth, struggling on a fixed income?
A better example would be restitution of finances (birth certs, taxes, interest etc.) for ages 61 plus…
Is this something that just occurs with a massive direct deposit into one’s bank acct
or is there more to it, like showing up to a redemption center for screening? Are our PCs gonna
be burned out and quantum lap top and Q phones gonna replace them, and how do we get them?
For those of us who don’t want a “smart phone” is there something more basic like a simple flip-phone?
Also. increases in what used to be called social security, does that just show up as an increase in our
monthly direct deposit without warning?
As you can see there’s a bit to figure out that nobody is discussing, and it would behoove all concerned to have a factual understanding of exactly what to expect and when.
Any clarification on these issued would be GREATLY appreciated and I feel sure I’m not alone.
Thanks and kindest regards!
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