bitcoin floodgates → freedom almost at hand → Yellow Vests playing with “Financial Nuclear Warheads” (by calling for a run on the banks)

Zenaan Harkness zen at
Mon Jan 14 22:23:47 PST 2019

The present world order headed by the USA empire is almost done.

The Fed's everything bubbles are just waiting for the right pin prick
to catalyze the reset "our" Western oligarch's would rather avoid,
yet have no choice in the matter as this system is so unstable it can
be kept afloat but a little longer.

Russia is set to open the USD → alt currency floodgates via bitcoin
and likely a new Rus-national “intermediary cryptocurrency”:

  Russia Prepares To Buy Up To $10 Billion In Bitcoin
  To Evade US Sanctions

With the Yellow Vests calling for a possibly-catalytic run on the
banks (the most significant push possible for the yellow vests to
make), we may be just around the corner of a full global fiat reset,
and not into a One World Currency, One World Government, etc New
World Order, but a multi-polar world of competing authorities.

For some completely unknown reason the (((current ultra-oligarchs)))
... get this ... overplayed their hand - wherever have we heard this

Not content with all countries but five in their hegemonic debt
noose, and flush with their World War 2 successes, those with a
slightly noticeable penchant for "ruling the planet" decided to place
everything on the table to grab those last 5 countries:





 North Korea

and we know how that worked out... with continuous hysterical
screeching against our Russkie bros for saying "uh uhh, Syria be our
long term partners, feel free to sepuku your silly empire".

Now is the time to make any move you planned to make - time is very
short people.

Good luck and may God speed your righteous journeys,

 "Financial Nuclear Warheads" - The Yellow Vests Get It Right
  … The Yellow Vest protestors have called for a coordinated run on
  French banks. Whether they realize it or not, they’re playing with
  nuclear warheads that could annihilate not just the French, but
  Europe’s and the entire world’s financial system. Because
  inextricably linked to the ends of contemporary governments―how
  much they can screw up the lives of those who must live under
  them—is the question of means―how do they fund their misrule? The
  short answer is taxes and debt.

  Since 1971, when President Nixon 
“temporarily” suspended
  international convertibility of dollars for gold (it’s never been
  reinstated), the monetary basis of the global economy has been fiat
  debt. Neither government or central bank debt nor currencies are
  tethered to any real constraint, like precious metals (see “Real
  Money,” SLL
  ). Thus, politicians and monetary officials can create as much debt
  as they want: debt by fiat.

  Government and central bank debt is at the apex of the global debt
  pyramid. The next tier is commercial banks that have accounts at
  central banks. Those accounts are bank assets and central bank
  liabilities, or debts. Central banks expand their fiat liabilities
  to banks in exchange for banks’ fiat government debt, an exchange
  called debt monetization, which is a bit of a misnomer since no
  “Real Money” is involved. The “monetization” is the central bank’s
  fiat expansion of banks’ accounts with the central bank in exchange
  for fiat government debt, which expands banks’ assets available for
  loans to governments, businesses, and individuals.

  In “Real Money,” money was defined, in part, as that which has
  intrinsic value and is not a liability of an individual or entity.
  This part of the definition is controversial; it invalidates
  everything we currently think of as money. Popularly accepted
  definitions are essentially: money is as money does, anything that
  serves as a medium of exchange, a store of value, and a unit of
  account (the other parts of the SLL definition) is money.

  However, just because something has monetary functions doesn’t mean
  it’s money, anymore than using a hairbrush to brush your teeth
  makes it a toothbrush. While there are some metaphysical questions
  about the notion of intrinsic value (that term was chosen because
  it’s shorter and more convenient than saying, “Something to which
  most people would assign a value apart from its potential value as
  money,” every time) the important point is that by SLL’s
  definition, using debt as money, including the debt in your wallet
  known as Federal Reserve Notes, doesn’t make it money.

  Except for the relatively few instances when gold, silver, or other
  tangible value is used as a medium of exchange in private
  transactions, everything that is currently used is debt, including

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