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2022: A new "Bretton Woods" agreement decides on Bitcoin rather than Gold as a base asset


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After the Real Estate implosion of the spring of 2021, and subsequent Bond and stock market crashes the debasement of the US dollar is at an extreme point of hyperinflation and lack of confidence. The IMF call for a new Bretton Woods agreement (that part has already happened btw).
 
At this historic meeting Gold is deprecated as a base asset due to counterfeiting and the arbitrary and sometimes fraudulent daily spot pricing by the 5 nefarious banksters who gather via speakerphone each morning in London.
 
This fulfills Bible Prophecy in Ezekiel 7: "They will throw their silver into the streets, and their gold will become abhorrent to them."
 
All countries within the UN (IMF / World Bank) can only agree on an international standard that can't be manipulated by China, Russia or the USA. Bitcoin.
 
The SDR's (Special Drawing Rights) of the IMF are now based on Bitcoin alone. Each day they publish the currency of each nation in the amount of Bitcoin it is worth.
 
Once adopted, the government of each country begins to dismantle and reengineer their central bank's role versus the role of the Treasury.
Banksters are being imprisoned around the world on charges of exploitation and "crimes against humanity".
 
The individual currencies of the major nations begin to become less relevant by the year.
 
Someone should make a movie about this ..... PM Me. 😉
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