Cryptocurerncy Devaluation And The Russian-Chinese Golden Bond
2017 is going to be the year of the cryptocurrency. Cryptos have moved out of the shadows and into the mainstream, not only in the way people see them but who in fact is taking notice.
The IMF, United Nations, too big to jail banks along with the Federal Reserve and other central banks to name but of few and we can’t forget Blythe Masters left JPMorgan to start building a cryptocurrency for a bank. That list of criminals sends shivers down my spine and is what has captured my attention regarding cryptocurrencies. Not the “currency” so much as the long growing list of organizations we report on every day. Most of the articles, if not 100% of the articles, are usually focused on the crimes these organizations are committing or the policies of enslavement they are attempting to enact. Why would I want to be associated with another organization that is attempting to enslave me and my family when I already have the Federal Reserve, the ever-growing police state and a completely corrupt gang in Washington DC that represents the other criminal gangs instead of the people of this nation? Isn’t that enough?
We are going to have a digital currency and I believe that it is going to be unleashed upon the land in 2018 – 2019 at the very outside. When was the last time there was a centralized currency system that allowed for competition? Doesn’t the U.S., and most all nations around the world, operate with a centralized currency system? What is going to make tomorrow so different that the people who’s power and control originate from owning the currency will suddenly accept a competing currency?
Gold and silver have stood the test of thousands of years of not only being money, but keeping governments in check with their spending. The most prosperous times in global history have been when nations were on some form of a gold standard. There might be a correlation.
We learned last September that Russia was going to begin selling China upwards of 100 tons of gold annually. This program began in the second quarter of 2016 but, to this day, there have been no numbers proclaiming how much gold, if any, has been sold to China from Russia.
This very covert operation confirms what we have believed for years, if not decades, that China has been accumulating ton upon ton of gold “off book”. Meaning, China is acquiring gold in a way that does not have to be reported to the IMF, the World Gold Council or any other organization that is accounting for the movement of gold from one nation to another nor the quantities of gold held by a nation. We have no idea how much gold is held by China, Russia or the Federal Reserve for that matter.
Where is all that was agreed upon by Russia and China and what is the purpose of all this gold being acquired by these two nations?