This compilation of financial-related insights includes videos from Heresy Financial, The Rich Dad Channel, The Atlantis Report, Wall Street Silver, and Tech Revolution.
Heresy Financial talks about a glitch in the Treasury Market or if cracks are starting to appear. Robert Kiyosaki from The Rich Dad Channel discusses the tipping point to wealth or ruin. The Atlantis Report shares news of Japan, China, and Saudi Arabia pulling out funds from the US Treasury and thus accelerate the collapse of the US economy. Peter St Onge on Wall Street Silver talks about the setback on CBDC promoters. Tech Revolution shares news of Italy’s move to make deals with China over the US.
Sep 20, 2023
Did the Treasury Market Just Glitch? Or is Something Big Breaking?
The Rich Dad Channel
Premiered Sep 20, 2023
We are in unique times… and more change is coming. Robert Kiyosaki encourages you to be alert – and hopefully, you’ll get prepared NOW. He says he is worried about the average person. He believes we are at the Tipping Point. Robert will be joined by special guest and expert, Mark Moss, and together they will share why now is an amazing time to build incredible wealth.
The Atlantis Report
Sep 20, 2023
An economic collapse is becoming more evident on the horizon, and big buyers; Japan, China, and Saudi Arabia are pulling out their funds from the U.S. Treasury, and accelerating the decline faster than previously predicted…
Now, more than ever before, all hands need to be on deck to chart a different path for the US economy. A more solid, stable, and sustainable means of funding and managing the Federal Budget is needed, and quickly, if the US economy is to brave through this phase.
Wall Street Silver
Sep 20, 2023
In this video, Peter discusses the 51 Republicans who introduced the ‘CBDC Anti-Surveillance State Act to counter potential surveillance concerns with centralized digital currencies. Despite slim chances of passing due to Democrat control, the act signifies key GOP leadership’s stance. Discover the global view on CBDCs, their potential risks, and the efforts of countries like China.
Sep 20, 2023
Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and her Chinese counterpart Li Qiang had a powwow during the G20 summit in New Delhi. They decided to crank up the conversation and dive deeper into discussing all the important stuff that concerns Italy and China.
People have been buzzing, wondering if Italy is ready to bid farewell to the whole Chinese “Belt and Road” shebang, or if they’re just going to take a step back and reconsider their role in it.
As most of you know, Italy has a mountain of debt, and they’re the only member among the G7 countries that hopped on board with China’s trillion-dollar investment plan back in 2019. If Italy doesn’t decide to change their tune, this agreement will keep on moving until March 2024.
Now, some folks, especially those in the Western world, think this “Belt and Road” deal is like a tricky gift from China that comes with some sneaky political strings attached. But Meloni and Li Qiang want to keep the ball rolling and chat some more about it, along with other important topics that matter to their countries. That’s what they made crystal clear in a statement after their get-together.
In the upcoming year, both parties are gearing up for a grand celebration to mark the twentieth anniversary of their strategic partnership. They’re painting it as a glowing beacon, guiding their journey of friendship and collaboration, as highlighted in a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office.
Italian Foreign Minister Antonio Taiani, fresh from his September trip to Beijing, came back with a bit of a negative feeling. He reckoned that the whole initiative “didn’t quite hit the bullseye in terms of our hopes and dreams.” Now, here’s where it gets interesting. There’s word on the street that Meloni might be preparing to embark on a state visit to Beijing in the coming months.
The experts are laying their bets, thinking she might bid farewell to the Chinese initiative. But here’s the plot twist, she could also be eyeing the chance to supercharge other deals between the two nations.
This Meloni-Chiang meetup happened on a day when the United States was rolling out their grand plans at the G20 summit. They’re cooking up a “corridor” project that’ll link up India and Europe using a mix of trains and sea routes, snaking through the Middle East. Oh, and don’t forget, Saudi Arabia might just be the star of this show.
A groundbreaking agreement was inked on a sunny Saturday in New Delhi, bringing together an impressive roster of participants. The United States, alongside key players like Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the European Union, France, Germany, and Italy, came together to put their signatures on the dotted line.
This monumental pact was officially announced in a statement released by the White House. Making it clear that some major international heavyweights had joined forces in the Indian capital. 90 + countries joining. On a more positive note, China is gearing up for a grand celebration of the 10th anniversary of its Belt and Road Initiative with a massive conference set to take place in Beijing this October.
According to the Chinese Foreign Ministry, a whopping 90 countries have already given a thumbs-up to attend the event.The third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation is set to be a star-studded affair.
Representatives from over 90 countries have RSVP’d, including bigwigs like leaders, ministers, and other official delegates from Belt and Road partner nations. Not to mention, there’s a diverse lineup of participants from various walks of life, from the business community to think tanks and civil society, all rallying behind and actively participating in the Belt and Road cooperation.
Non-governmental organizations, advocacy groups, and individuals who are not part of the government but are involved in various social and civic activities have their part here. When civil society is participating, it suggests that there is grassroots support and engagement.
These diverse participants aren’t just passively observing or supporting the BRI from the sidelines. Instead, they are actively getting involved, supporting the initiative, and contributing to its success in various ways.
This implies that the Belt and Road Initiative is not just a government-to-government project; it involves a broad spectrum of people and organizations, including businesses, researchers, and civil society, all playing an active role in its development and implementation.
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