By Anna Von Reitz
Reading the many comments on different websites, we realize that many remain confused by the difference in the two currencies. The FEDERAL US DOLLAR (FRN) has nothing to do with the United States of America. The Federal Reserve Fiat dollar is owned by a private corporation formed in 1913 on Jekyll Island by private individuals. The “owners” of said corporation called it the US Dollar to cover up the scam of theft of the American people. If you have not realized this by now, we suggest a crash course into the history of the Federal Reserve.
When — not if — the Global Currency Reset occurs, the world will return to an “asset backed” system.
For example, currency baskets will obtain gold, silver, oil, corn, cotton or whatever resources prove valuable. This will enable each country’s currency to be “pegged” to a new value. These “baskets” will NOT have the country’s currency in it, for example – gold, yuan, British pound, etc. Right now the “SDR” (Special Drawing Rights) at the IMF is set up with “currencies” and that is not going very well, so that will change also. Each country has an audit of “assets” their country possesses and what it can support for a value to their currency. This “value” is not only gold bars in the vault, but also what is in the ground under their feet.
Back to the United States problem that people do not understand. Right now folks are saying that the US FIAT DOLLAR is going to devalue when the Reset occurs…WHO CARES!!! That is the privately owned fiat dollar, let it go down burning is what I say!!! The “true value” of the crap paper is about 3 cents. That is why a loaf of bread is around $4.00 at the
The USA Treasury will be sending out a NEW US TREASURY currency. If you do not believe this can happen…research what John F. Kennedy DID in 1963. Google Kennedy Dollar, look at the $5 bill and the $2 bill…what is missing? I’ll give the answer at the end for those too lazy to look it up.
This is how it will play out — so nothing for us to worry about.
Thanks to Anna at: http://mainerepublicemailalert.com