RV Excerpts and Rumors from the Special Restored Republic via a GCR Report as of Mon. 21 Nov. 2022
Compiled by Judy Byington
Global Currency Reset:
RV Highlights Wolverine Chat Room: On Sat. night 19 Nov. all remaining U.S. troops were withdrawn from Iraq. Also on that same Sat. 19 Nov. Dinar rates were released at $4.81 in country and $11.90 in the U.S. Iraq and Kuwait will share the Golden Dinar.
On Thurs.17 Nov. the BRICS Nations of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa portals were activated on the Quantum Financial System. That meant the US Dollar and UK Euro now had Zero value, but were being held up artificially on the Market so as to not cause chaos. …Charlie Ward
Sat. 19 Nov. MarkZ: “My contacts expect a very busy week beginning early in the week. There is a whole lot of chatter right now for Iraq and for Monday for us to start exchanges.”
Thurs. 17 Nov. Bruce: “Redemption Center Staff were on call as of Fri. noon and through the weekend to start appointments on Mon-Tues. 21, 22. Last Tues. 15 Nov. they began redemption of boxes of Zim Sheet Bonds in Zurich and Miami.”
A Private Banker said that his US Treasury Contact informed Bank of America that Gold and Gold-backed assets opening day was on Fri. 11 Nov. German and Yellow Dragon Bond liquidity would soon follow, with the redemption process beginning in Miami, Zurich and the Philippines this last week.
Wed. 9 Nov. 2022: FTX Crypto Currency Company caught in criminal money laundering scheme, with implications far larger than anyone can imagine. https://youtu.be/20BEJouWBgY
Thurs. 10 Nov. 2022: The next day Bitcoin went bankrupt.
Fri. 11 Nov. 2022 Gold-backed Assets Opening Day for the Banks.
On Thurs. 17 Nov. 2022 the BRICS Alliance (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) Portals were activated on the Quantum Financial System.
Samson: Oil prices rise after the denial of OPEC oversupply
22nd November, 2022
Oil prices rose in early Asian trading today, Tuesday, a day after Saudi Arabia, a key member of OPEC, denied increasing oil supply
Brent crude futures rose 52 cents, or 0.59%, to $87.97 by 04:07 GMT. Meanwhile, US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose by 28 cents, to $80.27 a barrel. Both benchmarks fell more than $5 a barrel in the previous session after some media outlets reported that an increase of up to 500,000 barrels per day would be considered at the OPEC+ meeting on December 4
Prices rebounded quickly in full after Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said the kingdom was committed to production cuts and was not discussing a potential increase in oil production with other OPEC oil producers
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC+) and its allies (OPEC+) recently cut production targets and Saudi Arabia’s energy minister was quoted as saying this month that the cartel would remain cautious about oil production due to uncertainty about the global economy
Capping market gains was rising COVID-19 cases in China as the country grapples with a nationwide outbreak of the disease that is nearing its peak in April LINK
Nader From The Mid East People…keep saying the exchange rate that’s in the budget. Me, I don’t think its in a budget because the budget have nothing to do with the rate…Maybe I’m wrong. I hope I’m wrong but I don’t think I’m wrong.
Frank26 We already have a seated government, it’s just not announced. Let them announce it when they give you the budget law because then that seated government will bust open the piñata of the budget and that budget is explosive!
IMF SAYS: “World Trade Slowing To Critical Level.” YIELD CURVE CONTINUES TO INVERT.
Greg Mannarino: 11-21-2022
End the dollar’s hegemony! China buys a lot of gold from Russia
Deepin Moments: 11-22-2022
“Given that Russia has been hit by Western currency sanctions, China and some other countries must reduce their reliance on the dollar as soon as possible,” Nikkei Asia quoted several analysts as saying.
According to a report released in November by industry group the World Gold Council, central banks bought a net 399.3 tons of gold from July to September this year, more than four times more than in the same period a year earlier.
The latest buying is up sharply from 186 tons in the previous quarter and 87.7 tons in the first quarter, while year-to-date buying alone exceeds any full-year performance since 1967.