Entry Submitted by Hedy Vann at 11:06 PM ET on September 24, 2023
- Here is why most QFS funds should be returned back to the US Treasury once people pass away under the QFS system. The beneficiaries may just become mega-millionaires and don’t need that much.
Frankly Danlboon, I don’t care what you think or why you came up with this idea of leaving our long awaited wealth to the U.S. Treasury. I don’t think it’s anyone’s business how I leave my money and to whom. After living my 89 years under the rule and tyranny of the cabal, my husband and I working hard everyday of our lives as well as our children, their families and many wonderful friends along the way, always struggling as well as worrying about taxes, my money will be kept in my family when I have exited this wonderful earth for a heavenly home.
If I choose to make multi millionaires in my family, that’s my decision, not yours to make. Each of my family members would handle that duty quite well. After the corruption we’ve lived under, the Treasury as well as all government held offices must prove their honesty and trustworthiness to all citizens. We’ve been hornswoggled before.
After I’ve made certain of my immediate family’s financial security, then I will gladly share my wealth with many people in need, making sure people have proper dental care and other earthly needs. When that’s done, my remaining wealth goes to my wonderful loving family, not any government entity.
That’s my plan Danlboon, I think yours stinks. We’ll let you fill their coffers. But thank you anyway,
Hedy Vann (USA)
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