LYNETTE ZANG: CRYPTO CURRENCY AND THE FUTURE

too many bells and whistles hereoperating all of this on my own so so if you wouldn't mind again you know as Isay Lynette and I'm going to make this brief, Lynette a is an excellent top financialanalyst she works with an organization and it's called called diamond minuteITM trading since 2002 and she has been tracking gold and silver I know and hasbeen analyzing what's going on with the asset classes the long-term trends andcycles and she does this very astutely from my estimation and she's trying to Ithink also make the financial system in the upcoming reset understandable to thegeneral public which is to her credit so with that I'm very sorry about thisbeginning and if you could go right ahead and give yourself an introductionand also we want to go into the area of crypto currencies the whole virtualfinancial system that the changeover that's happening now and also the roleof artificial intelligence if you have any knowledge in that area okay I reallyjumped into that pool in October but I've been in these markets on somedifferent levels since 1964 so I like to say that I've been groomed for thismoment in time and just when I look at that path my uncle was a major antiquedealer and he accumulated in that capacitya lot of gold when it was illegal for American citizens to hold more than fiveounces but he did it legally because he held it in the form that he could holdit in which were the 333 's but I've been a banker I've been a stockbroker Istudied business finance and as a stockbroker I cut my teeth on governmentdebt because I figured they could tax you and get the money to repay you whileI was learning what I needed to learn and in that capacity I stumbled acrosswhat was called non dollar denominated part all that God will be domeans the things were bonds that were issued in in different denomination andexcuse me with different currencies and so that's when I that was 1987 andthat's when I started studying currencies so not in my gazillions ofeconomics classes did they teach me about currency life cycles but I am alsoan artist and I see pattern and so when I started studying currencies and inthose days you could talk to the head of a trading desk so it was the head ofShearson Lehman currency trading desks that actually taught me about currenciesand then studying in and having these discussions and that's when I started tosee a pattern I mean there have been over 4,800 fiat which means by decree sogovernment money that no longer exists and you can see the same pattern overand over and over again and you know everybody always thinks this time isdifferent and who knows maybe it is that's certainly not within my controlbut when I see something that's happened more than 48 hundred times and it'shappening right now in different places and has been happening to us but I seethe same evolutionary my bet is that it's going to end the same way we'regoing to get the same result and so that's basically my my background mymission is to translate financial noise into understandable language so thatindividuals can make educated choices and I am a database decision maker soyou know I go by the data and I know people like that I didn't really bringvery much today but I go by the data and that's how I formulate opinion you havethe data and you have a different opinion I can't tell you that youropinion is less valid than mine but I studied this all the time and you see nogaps because I actually we started out justdoing it monthly but actually three times a week I do different levels ofresearch reports so I am constantly researching and I'm looking through theholes what do people need to understand that they don't understand now and thenI I just go from there and you know it's it's kind ofinteresting to me that I am asked to talk about crypto currencies because Ijumped into that a little bit more than a year ago when people kept asking mefor my opinion so I had watched that point since it wasseven bucks one of my early clients had had seen it and shown it to me so I'vebeen sort of paying a little attention to it but not a lot but when people askme you know what I thought about it so I've been jumping into that rabbit holequite heavily ever since and it's it's amazing the different directions thatthat takes you but it really is about all about money and it is about it we'vesaid okay now I'm so there's a couple directions we can go with this at thistime but I want to ask you if you're aware of the fork I believe there'sanother fork coming up with Bitcoin and that seems to be heavily discussed atleast on the the YouTube channels the various ones and I think that that'spossibly an indicator of something more than just you know the change itself andthe split whatever you want to call that so III don't know if you're aware of thework of Quinn Michaels but he's kind of making a lot of waves out there at thistime because his he's talking about the blockchain what really I guess what it'sbuilt of and also the fact that the person who originally came up withBitcoin or the blockchain technology or the idea behind it the white paper iscan't be found if I understand it that person so so the question becomes and Ithink I even heard you mentioned that you know we do know that the NSA wrotesome kind of white paper over ten years ago if I underand maybe you could address that yes that they wrote that in 96 and then inand if you look at even just the index of that white paper I did a whole pieceon it recently if you look at just the index you'll see the same kind ofterminology that the wallet and having it be trustless and all of this thatmatches what the way that everything is described there so the person thatmagically I think the timing of when it came out which was 2009 was reallyinteresting because that was at that was as the markets were imploding and theywere trying desperately to get control of them and put them on life-support andit was March 9th when they started all of that that quantitative easing ormassive injection hyperinflationary really injection of new money into theglobal banking system and yet magically that's when bitcoin was born and thisguy knows doesn't take credit you know I mean so you know maybe it was just thiswonderful person that decided to bring this incredible fabulous technology tothe world where maybe they knew very well because in in 97 yeah 97 we hitpeak debt and what I mean by that is that that's when we could no longer byadding debt stimulate the economy and we can see that in the Federal Reservemonetary velocity graph which is how often money changes hands so howcomfortable people are that they've got good income coming in and then that arewilling to take on more debt and the stimulate the economy so they alreadyknew going into 97 and long-term capital management was the first derivativespeculative derivative implosion very new that the system was on its way outat that point for sure and and by design it is is there nonethem are designed to last forever just a certain period of time though okay welljust to delve into that a bit you know and I I'm not gonna pretend that this isyour area of expertise so don't worry about that but at this moment you knowwhen you're talking about these events that were happening sort of all the sametime and you're choosing I think the year 2009 and because I you know I havethis whole other body of knowledge that comes from the secret space program etcetc I'm also looking to follow the artificial intelligence the developmentof that and I I was aware I don't know if you're familiar with the whole storybehind promise software and how the promise software developed into what isin essence the AI and the that it went in the direction of not only targetingand profiling individuals but also being distributed around the world with a backdoor that the you know United States and the Mossad could get into etc etc but itgrew into this huge database started actually in the legal profession if Iremember correctly and then went into law enforcement it went into theintelligence agencies now it now it's it's it's well worldwide and it's it'sgone way beyond that but the reason you know I know that back story so when yousee this I'm wondering if the 2009 situation you said they were trying toget control what perhaps they were trying to get control of basically whatwas an AI at that point already and that this blockchain came out of out of thisand I'm not asked you know I'm just throwing this out as a possible line ofinquiry because you've got to look at the years and we had sort of this crashin 2008 with the housing debacle right yes and so go ahead well I was going tosay that in all of my research and I research constantly there are all sortsof coincidences surrounding timing of things which I don't reallythink are coincident okay alright so what about this that the notion of Imean did you get in on Bitcoin I mean you said you only followed it maybelater and started analyzing it so you weren'tyou weren't in on the gold rush so to speak of Bitcoin no I'm not a speculatorokay and I've also really had here's the problem people don't understand whatmoney is but and if you don't understand what money is then what happens is youget blinded by numbers and the inflation creates nominal confusion and they cantake advantage of you so no I'm not a speculator that is ether it's not realand in a money standard shift I'm not saying look I know that's wherewe're going I definitely do and I can also see some benefits to AI and to thecryptocurrency but I definitely am an expert on the central banks and so youknow what I read and I read their documents all the time and I have foryears and years and years and you can just see everything evolved it the thisis about really us volunteering more and more of our freedoms and our rightsuntil we are fully we're pretty much fully under the control of the centralbanks and the crypto currencies and artificial intelligence where they'llmake choices for us if you read their documents when they talk about it evenregarding automobiles and refrigerators I mean if they want you to spend moneythey want you to spend money but I go back to money to begin with is a toolthe value labor and then if you have any excess labor it's a tool to store it forfuture use and the goal is to have the same level of purchasing power so thesame amount of dollars buy the same amount of theservices in the future bolds money silver money is labour based and it hasfull utility across the entire spectrum so there's always demand for it so ifyou're trading your labor for gold money or silver money you're trading labor forlabor which is fair that's a fair way to do it but for governments that want totax and spend that doesn't work very well because if they do that you noticeit and when we're on a gold standard if you didn't like what the government wasdoing you simply took those pieces of paper that represented both so dollarsgold dollars and you converted them into gold pulled it out of the financialsystem and created limitation around what the government could did and theyhad a real problem with this as all governments typically do so theytransitioned us onto a Fiat money standard now the literal literaltranslation of fiat is by decree but the bottom line is this is governmentcontrolled money and it's based on well at first prior to the Fed taking over atwentieth of an ounce of gold back to one dollar bill and really you mighthave you had inflation within a narrow range as demand and a demand that supplyvary but once the Federal Reserve took over that same 20th of an ounce now backto dollars and 40 cents and I have all the proof from the Federal Reservethemselves on how much new money they created created they created the RoaringTwenties average prices declined or the value of the dollar declined by 50percent but the average income more than doubled so if things cost you twice asmuch but you have more money to spend you don't really pay attention to the Dvalue of the dollar and so they created 1929 because they then the generalpopulation were never in stock markets that was for the elitesbut in 1927 they gave the central bank of Perpetual Charter the Charter wasoriginally due to be up in 33 in 28 you had the industrialist the people in theknow the one-percenters though it's at the top that sold into the generalpublic that was attempting to emulate that but they were making they saw themarkets going up up up they wanted in so the guys in the know the insiders gotout in 28 and our government in our banking system loaned the generalpopulation lots of money to buy these worthless stocks these worthless piecesof paper they pulled that Punchbowl they created 1929 this is a normal pattern ofa money standard shift and then they use that crisis to take the only tool thatthe citizen had to protect their purchasing power and hold the governmentspoke to the fire away that took the bold away in 71 what Nixon really didthere was a run on the dollar by other countries converting dollars into goldso by 1971 we had less bold than we had after the confiscation and 33 so I meanI understand why Nixon did it but what people don't understand is at thatmoment what he really did was he handed over full power and control of inflationto the central bank's and that's why we had two cents four cents left out of theoriginal dollars worth of purchasing power but for those of us that werethere in 71 and I was you know if you had a $20 bill in your pocket in Juneand you had a $20 bill in your pocket in September even if it was brand-new theylooked almost identical but you went from a bill that was at least partiallybacked by gold and so there created some limitations on spending who a bill thatwas fully backed via debt so just to kind of back up move forward andthen take us where we are right now we had World War one in 1914 first war warthat ever existed we do not think it was a coincidence that the First World Warcoincided with the era of Perpetual central bank central banking so he hadWars you had chaos you had a stock market crash you had inflation theyreset they reset the dollar from $20 to an ounce of gold for $35 to an ounce ofgold when you the citizen you just lost a whole lot of your purchasing power 70%like that and the same thing in 71 you had civil civil rights you had womenlive you had the Vietnam War you had all of the protests you know you knowthere's a lot of chaos 37 percent inflation 40.

5% stock market decline andthen think about the 80s was the 1980s were are roaring 20s it was all aboutRita's hood and the big shoulders and opulence and we're entering that periodagain now if you kind of notice and so taking us to where we are today whenthey make a many standard ship they always allow the normal guy to make moremoney in terms of dollars okay then he normally would make so that they embracethe change they think look at this is good for me yes and then in fact we callit the carrot and the stick you know routine and also I you are sortof centralizing this it seems on the United States but I was this a worldwidephenomenon yeah absolutely global yes okay so are then what you know what I'mseeing right now is actually I guess the carrot side of it what we're seeing thethe basically things are going up with Bitcoin but they're starting to be a bitof a rocky nasai think with the forks and then there I oh de Iyou studied iota or are up to speed on that seems to be a challenge to theBitcoin even technology on a certain level although not very many people aretalking about it and then of course the entry entry of the question about AI andand who runs the AI who orchestrates it and who's in charge of it and all of thatso can you package that together I can package that togetherI find it interesting that cryptocurrency is in particularlyBitcoin are always portrayed as both and there's a finite amount of it well I'msorry but there's more than 2500 new cryptocurrency so there's not a finiteamount of it and every time there is a fourth it's my and I am NOT an engineerbut every time there's a fork now there's two more crypto currencies and Ithink are you talking about this segment – with this work that's coming up youknow it's in that that those that are part of this currency the communitythere get to determine all of these rules but you know who really reallychose them it's it's anonymous which is what they needthey need that anonymity and theirs does seem to be some dissension but right nowwhat I'm seeing is an awful lot of development and the central banks arenot alone in that development we have some central banks that have adopted asea chain which is a cryptocurrency out of China who holds title or digitizestitle to hard tangible assets and that's their goal and when you use eitherBitcoin or aetherium to buy a sea chain that turns into an SDR now real rarethat one I listened to your show about it I don't know that my audience will befamiliar so you might want to lay that out a bit for them because thelink between you know the ACC and the SDR you know it's not going to be notthat clear to everyone I don't think okay so I'm going to back up to 71 againbecause it was in 69 now we okay I'll back up a littlefurther to move forward okay in in 44 the u.

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became the world reservecurrency which means that globally all assets were now valued in terms ofdollars and the IMF the International Monetary Fund was developed at that timeto oversee us to make sure that we maintain the value of the dollar andthat's $35 to announce them whole and then globally all currencies were peggedto the dollar okay so that was actually and and the countries could convertdollars into gold at $35 and out so that was a huge advantage because we were theonly country on the planet that could print the money they needed to payinternational debts so that was a very big deal but it became very apparent aswe were financing in the Vietnam War that we were printing a lot more dollarsto the goal that we held in deep storage and so there was a run on the dollar andyou saw foreign countries converting dollars into gold pulling them out ofthe system so we already knew then that the dollars hold as the world reservecurrency was coming to an end and the international monetary fund created whomthe SDR now it stands for Special Drawing right but it is not a claimagainst anything it is a basket of currencies so US dollars back in thebeginning they were like I think 16 or 18 different currencies that were inthere of the German mark at that time etc in the early 80they consolidated that down to five currencies when the euro was created in99 that went to poor where it's remained until 2016 but when China was was putinto the SDR but you see people put value in them butthese things are made up and they're made up out of nothing they say that theIMF has between this balance sheet who doesn't have to run debts because itpushes a button and bam you've got a boatload of SDRs but back in the 60s theSDR was created to take over then as the world reserve currency and in fact wevolunteered the dollar but then Kissinger went to Saudi Arabia createdthe petro dollar so Saudi Arabia would refuse and they controlled the MiddleEast oil supply refused to accept any other currency but US dollars for theiroil and so the petro dollar was more so you have two things that are thefoundation of the dollars global prominence which is debt the Treasurynote and the petro dollar well 2016 and some runs and hope that's not apparentto the normal person because they don't know how to look beneath the skin that'swhat my work is about just showing you where to lookright but the SDR created back then what's called a substitution fund andall of these mechanisms weren't disbanded he just went to sleep when thecrisis hit in 2008 and they had to put the system on life support in 2009 Chinasaid what about the SDR and as soon as I heard that I said wellthat makes all the sense in the world because everybody has a go to the USPSor any postal service website around the world and in their shirts Bart put us toyours and you're going to see them pop up so they didn't have to reinvent thewheel they nearly had to tweak the wheel that was already in placeand they did after China said what about the SDR they tested the system byinjecting a massive amount of new out of thin air STRs and injecting them intothe global system and they also brought back the substitution fund now thesubstitution fund is significant because if you are holding dollar-denominateddebt were alone well whether that's another form of debt or dollars andyou're a country Aurum or a global corporationyou can deposit those instruments into the substitution fund the IMF well boomboom boom convert them into SDR denominated instrument so that does afew things but all of those excess dollars that are no longer requiredthrough the global system comes back to our shores to generate thathyperinflation so they're gonna try and moderate it through the saw through orcontrol it through the substitution fund but remember all of this everything thatthey're doing is experimental everything that they've been doing since 2008 isexperimental just like they say they're gonna run off their balance sheets nowthey're not gonna buy anymore mortgage-backed securities I mean it'sit's garbage that it's experiment all I don't think they can do it but the butthe IMF in 2011 gave us a blueprint of how they would roll this out and they'vebeen executing that blueprint okay but I guess the main question that someonewould ask is that has their plan changed in other words has this introduction ofthe cryptocurrencies is that all part and parcel of the planand if so how do they how do they merge how do they come together oh that's agood question though yes I mean they've actually been trying todo away with cash since the 20s okay so this isnot a new scene and they've been looking at it all these years that NSA whitepaper that was written in 96 I mean you know can I say that absolutely yet nobut do I think it is yes so I definitely think that it's planned and justrecently the Bank for International Settlements the biz so those are the twokey banking and cartels in the world the IMF and the BIS they just came out withtheir money flower on showing how they would convert the currencies and evenallowed some paper currencies to coexist and even some may be private Kryptos tocoexist with the central bank Kryptos and i think we're seeing a movementglobally right now for different central bankers adopting different of the cryptocurrencies I don't see them as adopting oneconsistent one yet but I think there's our three that just came out that manyhave adopted I'm pretty sure as Cambodia that adopted the a/c chain but the SDRstated in that 2011 document that one of the they had two number one they had tocreate a market for sdrs and China has been asked with bringing that forwardand then they had to also have global assets value in terms of sdrs right nowthey're valued in terms of dollars but value in terms of SDR so the octaneaccomplishes that okay then the ACC chainer you say I'm just going to touchupon the AC change okay so it's valuing are you saying assets around the worldand when you talk about assets of what are the assets is it labour gold silvermetals you know what it's assets well they would like all of the abovebut so far they have done T I mean it's new it only started last May was thefirst IC up and it holds to these physical assets and so they'vedone t they've done property in Texas they just did another one I don'tremember what it is but yes they're evolving into every tangible asset andthen there's some and they're also doing something with stocks but taxes I meanstocks kind of straddle two fences because they're obviously not tangibleyou get a certificate and the theory is that it's part ownership and acorporation but but each sorry about that but the way that these are set upmeans that the way that the that the stock market is is set up that if youdon't really hold it and you don't really own it it's owned by the bigbanking cartel Stevan company DTC I mean there's so many topics we can talk aboutcarry I know I been lied to yes you know okay but but myunderstanding is also that some of the cryptocurrencies if not all could beviewed as stocks I mean that becomes that's a question right like aninvestment manual well I wouldn't think of it as an investment okay well howthat how how the IRS is gonna I mean we have this sort of discussion withPaladin I guess and he's sitting here listening to this discussion and goingto ask any good questions that come to his mind and I will credit him when hedoes but but in other words you know so I don't want to get off topic herethough so do you want to finish your thought with legal because what they'rereally doing with the proposed is they're creating a product but wheredoes it have utility outside of its one sphere which is really simply as a toolof barter which goes back to our training we used to trade our labor forsomebody else's labor then we traded our labor for government debt that we wererequired to repay now we'll be our labor for an algorithm I work toohard I don't want to trade it for an algorithm though you know I want totrade it for something of value I'm definitely a tangible kind of gal andI'm not saying that I will never own crypto currencies but the primary andthe most important function of gold and silver is to hold your purchasing powerintact over time so in the future they need a big crisis just like every singlemonetary ship they need a big crisis to conclude this transition and here's mybet my bet is that when the crypto currencies are crashed because you'reright the IRS and regulations and blah blah blah you know is they've stoppedthey've shut down exchanges they've said they have created the governments andcentral banks and create a lot of problems for crypto currencies they canmake them illegal they can do all sorts of things but what they want right nowis they want that critical mass and yeah it's my understanding or some say that3% is that threshold when they get acceptance of it they make thattransition from from some kind of crypto currency to a dollar point or a Fedpoint or an SDR pointer which is just digits in the computer and you'recomfortable with it so you volunteer it just like we didn't 71 just like we didin 13 and 14 and we don't even know that we're volunteering it because everythingis going to be run by a smart contract and people don't read the dumb contractsnow you think they're gonna read the smart contracts that sit on top of theblockchain that guides everything I mean you talked about artificial intelligenceexamples from the IMF of this blockchain technology with the artificialintelligence talks about well okay he's bought a car and you haven't madethe payment or maybe you haven't registered it orlicensed it well they could remotely the contract would would disable the partand with artificial intelligence it could even drive it home within acertain period of time whatever however the contract was written so you knowthey talked about refrigerators having the artificial intelligence and orderingyou you need orange juice so they order the orange juice they take the money outof your out they hire the orange juice delivery then if you don't want it yousend it back so what they're really trying to do is make it easier andeasier and easier to spend your wealth and the thing about the AC chain pointholding titles let's say that a crisis happens and okay this is what happens toa mortgage during these periods of time after a planned reset on average aboutnine months the bank will come back and they will reset your principle paymentand they will reset your mortgage payments you haven't told such-and-sucha time to pay it off that's not every single resets well most people can't dothat they will not have the money to pay it off and or maintain it so there's alot of property that would normally come onto the market but what is thegovernment because they're so awesome says here if you would simply put thetitle your equity or your title onto these coins we'll forgive this part ofthe mortgage there are a lot of people that would put that property on to thepoint but it's not like five hundred thousand they break it down into littledigits because crypto currencies are infinitely divisible and because incrypto form they are also globally transferable like that before you knowit you need money you've got everything you getcomfortable putting everything you know in the crypto space the title to everyand you are just a renter you're renting everything ultimately and this is howthey would do the wealth transfer but that's how the SDR would back all of theassets and then they could say well look at this now we have an SDR and it's gotall these tangibles trees properties glasses you know whatever any tangibleasset on there and now all of a sudden they have something of value and theyhave full control and they're technically run elected officials theirjob is to support the system not to support the individual and which is onereason why I believe they chose China to be reddit and and by the way in orderfor China to be included in that SDR basket the u.

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had to agree to changesin the way in the rules that enable them to become through that basket so youknow we know what's going on and I think we're we're part of it okay so I I don'tI don't know if this is off topic but I I do I liked when you talked about thefact that the dollar had a basis like because it was a currency it couldn't gobelow zero you said but that when you get into the crypto area they can valueit at less than zero and that that's quite think that's an interestingdynamic can you talk about that oh my god yes this is they've been talkingabout this and a lot of their documents the IMF for years and in 2015 they did apaper you can google it it's an easy read breaking below the lower zero bowand in it they talked about how they would easily take us cashless and getyou to volunteer it because hey you know we've got especially those of us thatare older we used to cash and we wouldn't just give it up easily but theycan get us to volunteer it it's globally eighty fivepercent of all transactions are still cash transactions I'm not talking aboutthe size of the transaction you're not going by a million dollar out withdollar bills but of the number of transactions so they have to get rid ofcash because cash is a debt instrument with a zero coupon does it pay youinterest and it doesn't charge you interest you do lose purchasing power beinflation but at least it's a zero debt instrument however in order for them toget you to spend they now have to attack the principal so they need to get rid ofcash and the way that they're going to do it according to breaking below thelower zero balance is that the central bank window where all of the commercialbanks go to get hash okay now remember central the commercial banks would belike JP Morgan Chase Wells Fargo Bank of America you know the big buy and thenthe little guys the community banks the the saving the loans thank you withsavings and loans and the oh I don't know but any anybody in that money realmhas to go to those guys to get the cash so all the central banks have to do andthey say they can have this in place within weeks during the next crisis is sorry just have to UM see if I can lockthe room no doesn't look I don't know why this happens but go ahead I'll justhave to kick people out if they try to come in ok well the way that they theway that they would do it is to charge eggs interest at the central bank windowso I'd be invisible you would never see it they would subsidize those fees untilthey tested everything and then they would have the banks like the chase ofthe commercial banks transmit those fees to the retail public so now you go into Starbucks and if you use your debit card or your credit card it's five bucksbut if you use cash it's six bucks well what are you going to do you're going touse your debit or credit card and then they will translate it because theyalways want distance they don't want you to understand that this is the centralbank policy right so then they so then what they would do is when you want tomake a withdrawal or a deposit the see that would be charged would be largeenough for you to notice and they would put a time stamp on that cash so it'snot like you can take those paper dollars and stick them under yourmattress whenever you would go to use them or spend them then that discount tothat fee would show up wherever it was and in that way because it would belarger than always larger than the fees for using the digital money youvolunteered the cash and you don't even know that you've done it then they saythis I just read another report on the first of this month from these guys oncethey're there once everybody's digital there are no limitations to how low theycan push interest rates which means how quickly they can charge you when theywant you to spend those dollars to stimulate the economy okay so whatyou're saying is is how long does this go on this sort of transitional statewhat is what it sounds like where cash is still in an operation but becomes Iguess worth less and less and less and less useful so what do you what is theperiod of time that you think that lasts well we're pretty close to the end nowand actually you know it's four cents according to the Federal Reserve but Iwas just looking at that graphs on prepping stuff for tomorrow and it'sconsistently just going down I don't okay here's the thing and going back tocryptos and kind of tying all of this in there's a tremendous amount of researchthat's being done on all of these new technologies including the quantumtechnologies and the ability to change the both of those whateverstill the love the money that's in there when presuming they can presuming thereis no Black Swan event that takes the control out of their hands and they cancontrol it I don't feel as if and I'm not seeing that the technology thatthey're ready for the full transition I'm thinking we might have another maybeyear or two I don't know that we're at that critical mass adoption yet eitherit doesn't mean that nothing happens between now and then because the problemis is that they had and maybe purposely painted themselves into a corner becausethe debt levels and the leverage with all of these derivative bets that havebeen created since 97 all of this speculation that's been created since 97the banks the markets cannot afford to fall four percent where you've gotDeutsche Bank morgan stanley a lot of the banks completely insolvent andbecause they're all incestuously intertwined like deutsche bank isclassified as a global global Universal Bank which basically means that they insome way or another touch every single financial product on this planet sodoesn't matter it could be a CD it could be a bond it could be you know those areproducts that's all they are they're products and it's about managing how youthink about them and what value they can get you to put in them but they're justproducts which Bank has the largest derivative beton the planet and so when they go that's it it's like dominoes falling or whatare the other big guys okay but yeah I did I have heard that the concentrationor the attention is on Deutsche Bank but if it's no accident that this is aGerman bank right no no no it's definitely no it you know there are somethings I'll saying some things all things alright but what I will say isthat the European Union was due to fail from the beginning because you have allof these different economies that are now pegged to the German economy andwhen something is pegged to it that means that it has to behave like it sowhile they couldn't go in and take over Europe militarily well they're doing itfiscally and this is the way that they're doing it because they benefitedtremendously over the years just like China has with our agreementshas benefit over the years with that pegging and allowing others to borrow atreally take on a lot of debt at really cheap levels that really shouldn't haveI mean if you think of an individual if your credit rating is bad how likely areyou to get the best interest rate out there you know you're not you're gonnaget the highest interest rate out there but if you're tagged in this union likethey were they were able to borrow a tremendous amount of money very verycheaply by a lot of German products so that's the wealth transfer mechanism andparticularly with Greece you know Goldman Sachs through the use ofderivatives had enabled them to hide a lot of their debts to qualify to be inthe EU and and you know look at what's happening in Greece that's what we'relooking at okay well what about the Rothschilds because my understandingthey own most of the banks and I think it's as high as 95% or more and so whatwhat is your understanding because there's a link from the Rothschilds tothe Vatican as well and how this whole system is run at least from the top downand then there's a role that the IMF plays sups you know subsidiary to thatand so and so forth so what is your understanding in thatregard well you know I really always sort of mirror away things that I can'tpersonally prove so I don't really like to comment on them because I'm adatabase I'm a database decision maker but we certainly know that up until Ibelieve it was 2013 don't commit to that date but it could have been 2013 theRothschilds set the price of gold and that twice a day and I mean that's stillthe way the process is done but they were they were the ones that actuallywere the key players in there and they got out of that several several yearsago so Rothschilds I'm not saying that they don't own gold I'm just saying thateverybody always likes distance so are they moving things as is wealth transferso yeah and there is definitely a hierarchy and people are blinded bydollars or euros or yen but that's just a symbol and it's just a number the realwealth that's dynastic well that's the kind of wealth of thankfulokay real estate rare collectibles angle all right well okay what about the goldso how does the crypto and the gold back currency or silver back in other wordsis there a relationship there and and how does it it's going to continue in oris it going to be completely separate in other words is gold and silver can ariseand value as has been predicted like the dollar no longer I don't know is thereserve currency if that dynamic ever really happens and then is the are thekryptos kind of contributing to that push and then how did the kryptos relateto gold and silver okay well this goes back the normal lifecycle of M currency and so what happens end up in hyperinflation now they wantyou to think that the Kryptos are as safe as gold so a lot of people that hadbeen strangled and there's not a lot particular and there's more outside ofthe US than there are here so they've been flying to the Kryptos ultimatelywhen the whole system crashes everybody will lose confidence that's why theyneed a trustless system however they need to crip those two crash as well sothat they can introduce the central bank Kryptos allow you to convert thosecryptos into these but there will be and the IMF has talked about this there willmost likely be a component of gold in there which is why you see China andIndia and Russia the IMF has the third largest gold holdin resuming you knoweverybody's revealing but they're holding gold because they need ourconfidence to use the currency and imagine the level of confidence when allof the stock markets the bond markets the derivative markets and I want totalk a little bit more about that and the crypto markets implodewhat kind of confidence are you gonna have anything that ok and and you knowPaladins raising the the shanghai gold exchange and and we know that China'sbeen hoarding gold you know around the planet and no gold leaves on earth it'snot anything you've got a gold necklace on you better declare it on the way incuz you're not taking it out right so that's got to mean the stuff that goldis gonna be very significant in the future rightexactly you know what what people miss is the utility okay there's a reason whygold is all intrinsic value and that's because it has properties that no othermineral on the planet has plus it's indestructible so we can account for itbut the cryptos are used in cyberspace as a tool of barter but you can alwaysconvert and this is my intention I know that that's where we're going but I wantto wait until I have to convert my hard-earned wealth into some speculativeor crypto currency because gold holds your purchasing power over time they canmanipulate they can do anything they want with it it's cheap the buck ten fora central bank to control a hundred ounces of gold one dollar in ten centand I'm not exaggerating PME group publishes the central bank a specialprogram so they can make things look like anything cause they're just on acomputer that's a button push it doesn't cost anything to do it but yeah I'vewired the central bank's buying gold like crazy except for apparently the USif it wasn't going to play an important role it's a same role that it played in33 you can trust the new money listen from Roosevelt's fireside chat you cantrust the new money because it's back with hard with good money which is thegold they confiscate so that will happen again so yes I believe gold was going tohave a very important role in the transition and the other part is goingto that is how do you do a reset oh it's real simple it's the same way they'vedone it those forty eight hundred times you take something that has no intrinsicvalue dollars euros yen whatever no one transit value it's used in oneplace for one purpose and it loses value over time and you re value reset itagainst gold money that is all intrinsic value because it's utilizedthroughout the global economy and then both in terms of Fiat dollars rises tocover some portion of all of the new dollars euros yen all the new fiat moneythat's been created so I use a really really simple formula I'm not trying toget you to the penny or turn you into a technician but in the system money iscreated from debt in the current system but now in cyberspace it's created viatransaction but okay in this system it's created from debt you take all the debtthat exists and you divide it by all of the bowls in which there's a finiteamount of it I don't care you know how much there is but there's only so muchand you divide the debt by the goal and that will get you somewhere near whatthat cover what that number would be I just to make my life easy I use theEconomist Dec ha and I use data from the World Gold Council as well as theDepartment of the Interior so I can tell you with high confidence conservativelyif they did the reset today then you would see spottin gold that north of9,500 and spot silver north of I think it was 627 and even though that soundsoutrageous it's actually extraordinarily conservative because that only takesinto account the public debt if I use the IMF's numbers where I want you to doa whole lot more work to come to those numbers triple that now what we don'tknow what nobody's going to know until they actually do it is what that coverratio should be so for example in 1933 and based upon the amount of new moneythat they had printed and again I have all that data they really should haverevalued it to 40 to 50 but I don't think the population they felt that thepopulation could have dealt with that big a rapid decline in the value of thecurrency so that's why that peg couldn't hold in 71 they reset it to 42 dollarsand 22 cents and so you have two things you either have a planned reset or whatwe had after 71 what they're having in Venezuela right now they haven't yetdone a planned reset is a market lead reset so in Venezuela as example this islike right now it was 169 bolivars for an ounce of goldand it was in that range for many many years until they confiscated monetarygoal in 2011 and then in 2013 they had the best stock market in the world asthe currency was hyper inflating and I believe the last time I checked on onthe gold in terms of Venezuelan bolivars with something like I don't know amillion Bolivar it's 10 million Bolivar something like that but the Bolivar hasno value to it you can't buy an empanada with it has more value as a napkin to anempanada you can pay off the mortgage bethought it's the strategy thatgovernments use to is they don't care about taking on their debt because theyknow if fiat money the value just keeps going down and down so they pay thesedebts off with dollars that have less value and then ultimately no valuethat's my translation so it isn't might this happen that's how they perform areset okay how about the derivatives you said you wanted to bring that up againso how is that working into this current reset we're going through okay well Ithink there are a couple things about derivatives number one once the debtdebt paint or peak debt hit in 97 what a banks know they know debt and they knowleverage so that's when they started out with thespeculative derivatives the derivative that included the system in 2008 wasminuscule compared to all of the speculative derivatives that are outthere but they never washed any of them away and so what they did since 2008instead was create formulas to make them look a whole lot less and yet they'realso reported in notional value now let me explain that one a little bit for thesuch an important concept and it's part of what what they call nominal confusionso if you had a $20 bill 20 years ago and you have a $20 bill todayit's nominally they're identical they're $20 bill but what would what it wouldbuy you 20 years ago versus today or even 10 or even a year ago versus todayis vastly different so when they report when they report derivatives they alwaysreported in notional value and they admit openly nobody has any idea of thetrue value that is at risk but what these things are are simply bet againstthe price movement of underlying stocks or bonds or real estate or or whether ornot a corporation is taking on too much debt or currencies or all of thesethings they're based upon the price action okay and about 80% of them aretied to interest rates in a world where you have 90 percent of the countriesanchored somewhere near zero now and they're but they're starting to spikenow there are a few things are happening right now that could be indicating ashift has already begun okay I'm not I can talk about them but I'mnot quite prepared to put minds technical neck out on the line but I'mwatching because I'm noticing a big chest and so whenever I see shifts andpatterns I pay attention cuz I don't mean something is is going on but in2005 going back to the derivatives in 2005 you remember the major overhaulthey had in the bankruptcy laws and they made it a lot harder for individuals todeclare bankruptcy yes but they gave derivative owners whodon't even have have a relationship if it's against a corporation norelationship to that corporation they gave them super seniority so if theycould and the derivative owners which would be like chase and JP Morgan andGoldman Sachs and all those guys if they wanted to they have the ability to gointo a corporation and force a default and then liquidate assets to cover whatthey say that they owe them so if you're a vendor to that corporation and youhave a legitimate claim oh no you're on the bottom of the list if you're a bondholder or a stockholder bottom of the list it's the derivative owners whichyou and I can't even be that go to the top of the list and can force the salesand liquidation of assets to cover what they say what they determine there dothat's really what's going to transfer the rest of this wealth if it is incrypto form if those assets are a cryptocurrency it makes it even easierand less visible to do that because it's a trustless system it's justpeer-to-peer so I think that the crisis is going to force a lot of wealth onto alot of titles onto the coins and now they well then that moves them under theownership of the the banks or the ownerships of the the derivative holdersas you call it yes yes unless they were done through if I haven't seen any othercryptocurrency tied to Str and nobody has brought me one theymay say I don't know what I'm talking about but you know bring me one ifthat's not a big deal so are you saying it's got all going on going under theACCC is that because that's the only one tied to the SDR no nothing to say that'sthe old I'm not first of all I believe that's the only one and I'm not going tosay everything is going on there but they are doing big push to push thetitles on there and so you know and I don't know what the IMF is gonnaultimately come up with towards their cryptocurrency but I do know that theywant to hold title to everything okay well I have a question about assetvaluing assets on around the planet because how do you value an asset forexample in Africa when China or the US has gone on in there and taken over thecorporations and owns it and the ground and the gold in the ground and so and sohow does that go on a balance sheet that belongs to Africa in any way well that'sa great question and actually we certainly the globe has a history ofgoing into different countries like England went into India and basicallyrobbed them of all of their natural wealth so it doesn't really go intoAfrica but it definitely positions whatever country that is China's youknow China is voraciously accumulating energy assets globally that's right soyou know it definitely puts them in the driver's seat because we can look atwhat happened in Puerto Rico recently they were so heavily indebted that whena crisis hit well they've more than doubled their debt since 2006 but noneof that money went into their infrastructure it didn't go to thepopulation it went into the politicians pockets and so now they're still withoutelectricity so that's what's going to happen to those countries it's just afunction of scale but of course that's that's how wealth transfer occurs crisisand then boom it's you never let a good crisis go towaste well it's like the latest scandal with regard to Hillary in the in theuranium right so the uranium is now owned in America at least in thenorthern east you know Pacific what Northwest from what I understand isowned uranium one I think they call it is owned by Russia isn't that right ifthat is still in effect I don't know but okay and I know for example from afriend who lives in Australia that China has gone in there and is buying coal andI guess in the land associated with the coal etc so these assets in other wordsbecause one might say if you're valuing valuing assets that Africa has some ofthe richest assets in terms of natural resources some of which have beenuntapped and some of it which are being tapped but we don't know they're beingcapped because no one tells us and you know like there's iridium in Afghanistanand and I think Africa as well in other words things that are used in computersand in high-tech you know the high tech world and you know zero-point energy andgoing into you know the secret space program and all of that so to saynothing about the secret space program and the assets they own which KathrynAustin fits I don't know if you know her and her work I don't know her personallybut I admire yes so she's gotten very much into the blackbudget and so that America appears to be like you know lagging behind in certainways when it really isn't technologically speaking and then you'vegot all this craft which is valued somehow that is flying around in theskies and actually is owned by what is in essence the secret space programsecret government underneath the United States co-owned by Britain and possiblya few other nations but this is the kind of thing well I'm just carrying assetssounds like a really like a quicksand like it's a very shifts a lot and it'shard to it's a function of utility or somethingthat's been around for enough time the way that you do it is you have to thisis where it's a little nuanced it's not impossible but it's a little nuancebecause what you have to figure out it's the single most important function ofthat asset we're that instrument to its creators what were they really trying todo with it the mosan between many things but what was the single most importantthing and then you can go and look at how history has valued that so for muchof the tangible assets that's actually pretty easy to do because they have along enough history I mean there's history on real estate there's just yourown gold and silver there's history on oil on coal there's some history thereit would be more challenging to determine its value but then it goesback to the utility so for me it's really that's it's always about thatfunctionality that utility how many different places can this one thing beutilized the more it can be utilized the broader the base of fire the broader thebase of fire the higher the competition and therefore the price can go but okwell let me put interject labour into that because labor is very interestingespecially going into the future when actually labor is no longer neededthis is what's human labor that is in other words where do you go with thathow is that valued as an asset when nobody is needed to work so so to speaktheir work is no longer of much value at least something done with human handswhen machines can handle most of it or 3d printers or whatever you know I'mglad that you brought that up because I started a little sort of Sirians withinmy little series on the YouTube about corporate sovereignty and that isactually I've been gathering data on that ship which has actuallybeen happening for quite some time because in the 50s labor was highlyvalued and that's when all the pension plans came in because they wanted toattract that kind of labor and hold them and of course there you had the growthof the unions etc but over time and then it was more on well how can we get themost out of cheap labor once we went on to a completely central bank controlsystem that's when that division because the haves and the have-nots began togrow wider and wider up until that point the average worker was paid via utilitybecause they they were so important to the process but once they could createthat inflation super corporations if if you perceive that you're getting paidmore money then you stay in the job and you're you're kind of happy and I'mgoing to come back and address your question in just a second I just want topoint this out but the average income in 71 was like 70 133 bucks and at thatpoint I'm not saying that they were rolling in it but a family of four couldlive on that amount of money okay the average wage now I think is somethinglike I don't know forty six fifty two thousand a year so it sounds like it's alot more money seventy one hundred two fifty two thousand however don't exploreif you're trying to live on that you're under a bridge you know your yourhand-to-mouth so inflation benefits corporationsbecause that's how inflation is aged based upon the price of their productbut they can push the price in terms of dollars of those products up up upthen corporations make more money they pay the normal employees less and thenit rises to the top we're coming into a period now where as you said a lot ofthe robotics along with the artificial intelligence the AI are displacing thelower workers the minimum wage the manual workers and so whatis value are really like the highest-end the engineers you know particularlybecause of all of this all going into cyberspace so the talent thatunderstands that piece is actually likely to be highly prized because ofthe competition in the space to get it and there is right now between you knowFacebook and Amazon and Google and and Apple there's a tremendous amount ofcompetition for those people but well actually for the higher end of thosepeople I'm hearing the Amazon employees lower end or very just you know veryunhappy with their situation oh yeah I'm not a fan of Amazon yeah no I appreciatethat but I'm just saying it's important to clarify that you know you're talkingabout the top end it is very interesting how even the middle kind of even goesaway as I say right yes so yes and that leaves more and more to go to the topwith fewer and fewer employees which is why they're bringing up Universal incomeright that's why they're bringing it up because they know that they'redestroying the jobs for the middle and the lower incomeend but hey we'll throw a thousand bucks a month at you you know 800 bucks perchild except that that's also hyperinflationary you know we just thinknormally in terms you know like wow wouldn't that be great to get all thatmoney for doing nothing well we have those social programs how'sthat work right well yeah it's a it's sort of a it's really a big deceptionbecause actually being valued for your creativity is the answer but whether ornot you'll be allowed to to pursue that and whether it'll be worth anything toanyone else and and whether they can pay you for it is a whole nother matter butwhat I want to do is ask you about how I still in my mind I'm not clear how doesthe value of cryptocurrencies I mean we see it goingup and up and you say it's back it's based on transaction it's gonna be worthsomething because people are trading it but at the same time it's not backed byanything so it's you know howhow are you having this gold backed sort of economyor or system and then the the kryptos or the virtual world where nothing is basedon anything to do with anything tangible on the planet how do those two worldsinteract on planet earth I think it depends on adoption and what will acceptjust like let's be out money I mean you can think about a debt basedmoney in a whole foundation in the same wayhow did that happen right and we've lost value over time because it really isjust a lie and a deception and we've been willing to work for dollars thathave less and less value and even try to save dollars that have less and lessvalue and so when you go into the crypto world now you're you're trading yourlabor presuming you're getting paid you're trading your labor for amathematical formula doesn't have any value okay but its value to the workerit's its value is what you can buy with it isn't that right if in theory youcould buy something what you think will burn it in – yes yes but what do youhave to do – Kryptos okay right now yeah I guess you can still you can convertsome of them into goods and services so I guess at the moment that you do thatjust like Fiat dollars as soon as you convert them into a good or a serviceyou've locked in their value in that in that tangible we're talking about thefiat money markets the stock market where you see Bitcoin go above 7,000dollars that's gamblers that that's you know that's a gamble that's a they'repaying more for it because they're counting on somebody being willing topay more for it right okay so there's you know there are twodifferent things personally I put no value in them whichis why I do not own any but at some point I'm certain they will be our toolof barter in which case I will be forced to utilize them and when that happenswhen I need to utilize it that is when I will convert a portion of my holdingsgold or silver depends on what I'm going to need to do right into those cryptocurrencies but remember that's how they do a reset it's not against a cryptocurrency and as much confidence as there are those that have in these cryptocurrencies you know if it's really complicated to understand then it'sbecause there are things that are hidden if only an engineer can understandcrypto currencies I have a problem with thatI'm not an engineer but I can read and I can see what they're doing with them andI can I'm a creative person so I can come to an educated conclusion but theway that they all intersect is that's the money standard they want to go inbecause the other reason is that right now when a central banker makes a policydecision for it to go through the whole financial system to see if they get whatthey were trying to get accomplished it takes 17 or 18 months once it is acrypto currency once everything is guided by a computer that is instantgratification okay you have a thousand bucks in the bank okay we're gonnacharge you five dollars to hold it there okay so you keep that $995 in the bankand you don't spend it oh you're not spending it we want you to spend it okaynow we're gonna charge you a hundred bucks you know and they'll just keepcharging it and pushing that button until they find where your hot button isthat's what they said they're gonna do well I mean what about the notion thatyou keep crypto sin a bank you know you keepit in a wallet and then you keep that the way they're selling it they even saya paper wallet for example is the safest way or something of that nature arememorizing the numbers which is not going to be possible to have more thanone number but you know what I'm saying in other words they're not going to usebanks is it it seems interesting to me because you're talking about the centralbank and the bank this and the bank that if this whole thing bypasses banks alltogether it sounds impossible that they would allow that right to happen they'vehad they've had control for hundreds of years I don't think they're gonna go ahyou know we've had a good run here suckers I mean come on yeah you know andand look at who's involved with that you know this is not outside of the systemhey now we've got a derivative on Bitcoin it is the system and they cancreate an algorithm to I don't know reduce its value in terms of digitalcurrency I'm sorry I'm not an engineer but I'm pretty sure that if they wantedto make you spend those cryptocurrency what they want is they want everybody inthe system so that they can control it and they can I mean what's a bankerswith the central bankers try to regulate the economy the speed and control of theeconomy so the money standard that they use I guarantee you they're looking atall of the different ways that they can manipulate it it's not out of the systemI don't know I'm sorry I don't care what everybody says I read too much stuffread the IMF the BIS stuff read that stuff and then come in tell me yeah Iknow really are giving up control okay now we've been going for a while and I Iwant to allow the chat to to ask some questions we have a chat room and theythey can type their questions they need to type a you know all caps and I haveto say that this is crazy but we have the chat is going by so fastcan't stop it and read a question is it's just crazy so if people if peoplewill stop chatting so much and just ask questions this is your opportunity tohave sort of let me see someone did put in cap something about Japan uh you knowJapan is kind of an interesting case in this scenario and I wonder if you canaddress just how how is Japan you know going to play ball in this system do youhave a thought about that well you know Japan is kind of like the poster childand why they knew that they had to shift to the money standard because they wentinto their major deflation area phase in the early 90s and I'll just kind of sayat that point in Japan residential property dropped 85 percent commercialdrop 95 percent you want to keep that in mind and they've been in deflationarycycle ever since regardless of this massive moneyprinting so they've embraced negative rates they've Umbra and they'reembracing crypto currencies they need them the crypto currencies are for astandard shift they have to reset the current system all of the debt and thecurrent system in order to make that transfer and the role that gold willplay whether it's in Japan I mean dependent is not the powerhouse that itonce was and their citizens are massively storing cash because of thenegative rates even though those negative rates have not passed throughthe normal system I mean there's sovereign wealth fund and there weren'treally all that many of those until 2000 and that's when that old thing explodedI mean all of these markets are so ridiculously manipulated and rig and alldesigned to keep you in there so yes Japan everybody has been on thiseverybody is cooperating all the central bankers are cooperating they're notgoing to hand this control over look at who's spending billions of billbillions of dollars to develop all of this new software and all the arteriesand the Yoda's and and the AC chains and all of these other crypto currencieswe're looking for the one that's going to work universally and then the bidsdid a report just recently on how they would make that conversion on wherethings would overlap is a very pretty flower and they did have gold in thereand gold is truly decentralized and gold is actually really outside of the systemthe only thing that they can control is how you think of it okay somebody in thechat asked this question and I might rephrase it slightly that's my cat inthe background sharpening his nails uh so they're saying okay hold on onesecond if you can't Oh how is how is it how it how are thecrysta crypto currencies going to deal with the next economic crash but I'mthinking they are the instrument for the next economic crash what do you say tothem crash right the stock market the bond market the real estate market thederivative market in the crypto market must crash we need a really really newbig crisis which then you know that all of the global governments are camps andbail us out that's when the IMF that's their opportunity to ride in on theirwhite horse and push a button and create a whole bunch of digital sdrs and takeover the world reserve currency roll we become regional but that's I do not seethe central bankers giving up control easily at all and I don't see the cryptocurrencies out of this I see that they're being used to get youcomfortable with being inside the crypto world and then when they create thatpanic and you're locked in then they can say well here try this we'll have theu.

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dollar point and we'll let you transfer whatever you have left overhere that's now illegal to use into this US dollar point and you go okay becausewhat other traits you have goes to zero so I think it's just an instrument ofchange right so what it what happens in the future is what it appears to meagain the carrot and the stick in that whole notion which is an Illuminati tooland it's used to great effect in Britain constantly by the way they always givesomething and it looks like they're being generous and people get reallyhappy and then they withdraw it slowly and you end up with like sometimes youend up with less than you had in the beginning but sometimes you end up withlike a couple you know digits more and it looks like you're okay so they theymake it so like if people would hit the streets if you you know gave themsomething then took all of it away so they don't do that they give yousomething and then they backtrack it just so you have just this much of itleft whatever it happens to be whether it's right or it's you know money orit's whatever it happens to be and then you have something more than nothing andso in theory you don't hit the streets right yeah so it's kind of kind of likethat it's a right yeah perception management so I it also it also lookslike to me coming from California and knowing the history of California youknow we have the gold rush and so right now that's what it looks like to me thedigital currencies look like a kind of a virtual gold rush and I even get fromthe people that are investing in it they actually sort of seem like they'll goldyou know the gold miners back then they're like eyes are glazed over andthey think that they've reached the promised landso to speak well look at how its portrayed it's portrayed light rightit's a gold look at it's always like a gold coin and they're minors Yeah rightwhy aren't the engineers they're miners I'm a Gold Bug but it's not a cryptosnake or a stalks you know lizard it's a good bug so it's all you know it's allperception management absolutely and they're giving you this run there andthey even say it the CFTC said it they they've all said it let's just take ahands-off approach because what I should they do it then there are the ones thatare forcing you into it they don't want that perception they want you tovolunteer to participate they need you to volunteer participate right gowillingly go willingly to the slaughter so to speak yeah exactly exactly andeven when you talk about rights i I did this study and it really changed myparadigm and the study was on the different laws on the books pertainingto Bowl and I started at a current level and I worked my way backwards and what Idiscovered when I did that and I if I had done it the other way I don't knowthat I would have seen it as much but what I saw was that the next law thatwas put in place was based upon a previous one and it didn't matter if itwas a Democrat or a Republican and and everyone was designed to just chip alittle bit away at your rights and almost like you know a child I think ofmy daughter you know Meghan when she was like four and she I was punishing herfor something so now you stay in your room and don't you step it out and thenext thing I knew she's standing in front of me looking at me with thisblack marker on the wall and when I went back to her room she had black marks allalong the wall as she stepped it so out and out and that's what they do they putthese laws in place and then they execute them but they do things slowlyso even if you think you're okay interesting power is on anyway you youhave actually lost more rights more wealth more whatever then you realizeit's just that you don't realize that because of that inflation yeah it'sboiling the froth we call it boiling the Frog again and there's also of coursethe rights that we lost due to 9/11 and how that that just has has reallyescalated so okay I appreciate that now why don't we at this point aside I willscan the chat also for questions but is there what is your tactic for movingthrough these choppy waters that we're all encountering do you want to givepeople advice on that level absolutely you know this is what I'm doing formyself personally and it is food you want to be as independent andself-sustaining as you can so this is my mantra food water energy security barterability and wealth preservation and community so you know you want to find acommunity of like-minded people or even like in my neighborhood I have become anurban farmer is definitely not something I would do in my life wasn't like I wasa gardener or anything but I believe my research and food is the tippy-top issuestanding in line for it so if you can put in a little garden you know you canthere are vertical gardens you don't need a whole lot of space if you can'tdo that getting some sprouting seeds growingthem like a few pounds throwing them in the freezer you know in three days youwash them off and now you've got some you know green food so you want to thinkabout you know storing rice store some things that you can be independentbecause food is the very biggest issue and then you know and water waterbecomes a big issue you know see different states that are taxingwater differently or making it illegal to gather rainwater though I don't knowhow stop that I understand a little engine I know I put in a bunch of pawnson my property so info stop the stop the rain but food water energy you know howare you going to manage in a crisis I mean think about Puerto Rico right theylost all of those things but if you have camping gear even so you can cook alittle bit or if you've got a generator or something that can keep a freezerrunning water energy security obviously really important community can come inthat as well and I have a client who is a CSI agentI mean told me one time things that I'm going to tell you Lynn that if somebodyis dead set on getting in your property no matter what you do that we're gettingin so what you want to do is create layers of security so that you're awareand it buys you time to be prepared so I followed his advice on that and so I youknow put in hedges and nasty spiny things under windows and security doorsyou know it doesn't look like I you know live in a very well actually no I likeinvisible so yeah I mean they look at my house or they look at my neighbor'shouse they're going to say wow that's really going to be a pain in the neckI'll go over here and I will tell you one other thing that he told me that Ithought was just brilliant he said never throw another piece of glass out againbut just hold it and if it really does get that bad he's a break it andsprinkle it around your property and that way anybody that's coming in isgonna get hurt so you know security bar durability is anything physical so beanything visible plus any talent you have now that I am urban farmer I canlay your I want a lady orientation no but if Ihad to I could and I could use that a barter with somebody you know orsomething okay but I also because your expertise is financial how are youlooking at the sector just for the use of the people that are wondering wheredo you put your money is there do you know do you advise portions like aportion and silver a portion and gold and portion and you know whatever yesand it goes to that because it's based upon the repeatable patterns that I'vebeen witness saying since I started studying it in 87 and so what you wantto do you can get like I said earlier you can get the true value of any assetor any instrument so that you know whether it is overvalued fairly valuedor undervalued and what you want to do is have the lion's share of your wealthin an undervalued asset that's in a long-term positive trend well let's seegold on the spot manipulated spot market it's a like 1280 something and it shouldbe over 9,500 and silver is that like 17 or 18 bucks and it should be over 627 Imean that those are its true value if they did the reset todayso in and where as part of those barter ability you want to have a fractionalsilver in other words small pieces of silver 365 dimes quarters half dollarsdollars are 90% silver a diamonds roughly a tenth of an ounce of quartersa quarter of an ounce a half an ounce and a silver dollars an ounce so that Ithink we will be using direct because when this whole thing in float I thinkwe're going to go local for awhile not saying that's where we're going to staybut I'm I'm very certain I can't guarantee it but I'm certain there'sgoing to be a bank holiday and in that case we need to stay real local and beprepared for it so all so you need to know because not a lot ofpeople have a lot of money you know to put in at one time but anything that'smarked sterling silver or nine to five is ninety two and a half percent poor soit could be you know your Aunt Bessie's sterling flatware today and it doesn'thave to be in any kind of condition to be jewelry right anything that is markedsterling because gold and silver are monetary at its base regardless of theform and it can be melted down from one form and put into another form so youyou want to do that and you can accumulate that pretty inexpensively andthen you want the same kind of thing with gold the function of bold in yourbargainable position is to take care of property taxes which also explode duringthese periods of time where anything that's governmental or quasigovernmental so utilities insurances hospitals pharmacies those kinds ofthings because you need to be able to go to the private sources and buy what youneed and that's how you're going to that's how you're going to and beingable to do it and and again with the gold and some of that you're not goingto be able to do the rest you can always convert it into whateverthey Tula barter it's at the time whether it's crypto currencies ordollars or Euros or whatever it might be so that's you wantem because we knowwhat the fundamental value is you can actually calculate out based on yourcost of living how much of that you need or you can give us a call we can helpyou do that too it's not really you know it's not rocket science it's not goingto be confusing let's um see it on a spreadsheet it's actually pretty simpleand then beyond that whatever else you're choosing to hold in the cryptoworld or in the fiat world stocks bonds ETF annuities TVs all that stuff just tomake sure again we know what the fundamental value of monetary gold ismake sure you have enough Bowl so that if this allgo away this will rise in terms of Fiat and make you whole again that makessense yeah yeah absolutely now to get back to our original question and Iwon't hold you for much longer but someone else who might have joined uslater in the show they're wondering and again this isn'tyour area of expertise but again how the artificial intelligence works withblockchain and and and and the whole crypto sir you know situation becausethis is actually a key element and you know I'm reaching people who knownothing about this but understand there's a relationship they don't knowwhat the relationship is well going back to what the relationship is it's it'skind of like artificial it's my understanding with artificialintelligence that it learns from what you did and so then instead of itfollowing you it can actually take over and lead you so going back to theexample that the IMF used with the refrigerator and I do believe we do havesome refrigerators that are out now that actually can perform this function theydecide oh you're out of orange juice and they do the ordering and they take themoney out of your account and they they artificial intelligence is reallydesigned to guide you in the direction that they want you to go in and itlearns from your personal habits of the way that you are so that it's not ascreepy maybe that's the word to you to utilize it and if that sits inconjunction with that smart contract which lays out the terms on which thatcryptocurrency is based so in other words if you buy a car and you use andyou use crypto currencies to buy that car as an example and you don't get theright insurance on it that they want you to have a license or you miss a paymentor whatever the smart contract so I think that's tied to the artificialintelligence would disable the car and dare I say it with the autonomousdriving drive it away and you have no control could lock you out of your houseand that's that moves back to rival intelligence and I even didn't Facebookrecently had a problem with some of the artificial intelligence spots thatstarted their own language and they were communicating that so they shut themdown but you know these are really learning programs and yes I mean thereis this there is this this this sort of I don't know what you want to call itprinciple or model where that a person talked about actually having a tellingan artificial intelligence to build a paperclip and I guess initially they'retold what it's made out of but eventually if they run out of some kindof you know they're they've got a command build a paperclip so then theyrun out of the raw material that they initially built it out of and so thenthey continue with the program to build a paperclip and eventually they use whomhuman beings you know bones or whatever you know I mean it's a very diabolicalkind of scenario obviously but you know one that gets out of control we have youknow whistleblowers from black projects that talk about you know the artificialintelligence in nano satellites that have you know that Lockheed Martinscientists were we're saying would have a 60% chance of actually turning againsthumans so there's that aspect to say nothing of the ones that have learnedalso to go against certain humans and not others but then at some point couldbreak that program and decide to go against the other ones in other wordswhat we're talking about drones now being directed to you know targetcertain individuals in certain places and some collateral damage is allowedand all this kind of thing oh absolutely you know we see a huge I mean the UN hasa full surveillance by 2030 they have that 2030 agendaChina's 2030 agenda coincides with it Saudi Arabia's coincides with it so youknow they know excuse me that they're definitely moving us in that directionas well so it's about you know control there are cities that are being paid toby the corporation to put on their lightbulbs on or not they're like postsface right facial recognition and I just got a new drivers license and said notfor federal use anymore so I've got a look at this right I haven't really duginto this yet but that means by 2020 your driver's license it's not going tobe good if you want to even travel within this country so they're drivingus toward a universal ID plan and I think maybe something that happened inEquifax I'm sure it was an accident I don't know anyway I mean there's justthings that are that move you in a direction so that you give up more yourprivacy more of your rights and then it's the artificial intelligence thetechnology of the system that's the whole program that is more importantthan you or I or us humans other than those that are at the top that feel thatthey can control this and you know I hope they can because it's an experimentand they're finding that maybe they can't control it so easily right well itis fascinating times we're living in as they say may you live in interestingtimes that's I think it's a Chinese threat actually but anyway so so thankyou so much it's been fascinating talking with you I know we could end uptalking all day and I could pepper you with more and more questions and I knowmy my chat room has been going nonstop andand and so I I'm sure that there are plenty of questions I might missed inthere but simply in the interest of time and not keeping you any longer and andalso keeping this in under a two hour video because people don't tend to wantto stay watching one that goes beyond that I'm gonna thank you and and and saygood afternoon and have a great weekend I'd love to have you back in the futureif you're willing oh absolutely this has been great and Ireally admire your work as well I'm fed up because you know educationintelligence understanding is power you know and you bring on a variety ofpeople so I think you really get cover the gamut and and if we're aware thatit's hurting from them to pull off yes yeah absolutely and and and I'm whatyou're doing is educating people so they can be aware of what's coming and alsoprotect themselves and their families and that's what it's all about so thankyou for your service to humanity I'll say that right here yeah absolutely it'simportant it matters yeah it's and it's nice to have you know Gary Fayettestrong women in this industry yeah he's my one of us but you know so join usabsolutely thank you again so much okay thanks everyone for watching gonna letyou go and come back to the main screen here so hold on hi everyone so I thinkwe've closed that down and it's it's it's been really really fascinatingthere are areas that we didn't get to go down and that would be very interestingto ask Lynette about in the future so we'll have her back what can I say Inext week I am having let's see his his name is I think Stan lar Larimer I don'tknow if I'm pronouncing his last name right but he is apparently I think thefather of cryptocurrency or the father or something to do with cryptocurrencyand I'm not sure how that works so he's not the person who created theblockchain idea but he has some relationship we're gonna findout more about him so he'll be on the showI think it's on Wednesday I don't have my camera I mean my huh yeah my calendarin front of me but that will be fascinating and I will continue toinvite people in the financial realm I have invited Quinn Michaels re-invitedhim actually on the show because the other one didn't work out as a simulcastthat we were hoping we could do and let's see we've got quite a lag in thisvideo it's fascinating because I am I I don't know why what people are seeingI'm going to just pause here for a moment and let the video kind of catchup with us yeah okay anyway what I'm saying here is that Iwill continue to ask people like Quinn Michaels and others I'm seeing a lot ofvery smart technical people out there that are working with things like iotaand other cryptocurrencies and can also talk about what's going on with the AIwe had Richard Alan Miller and got his take to some degree on some of the sortof quantum mechanics and quantum physics aspect of things didn't go too deepthere but that was in my recent interview with him he had some veryinteresting things to say in general about the human mind and and all of thatand how you view your reality so this does enter into the whole discussion onwhen you get into dealing with AI and their perception of reality versus oursand a lot more than that so we continue the the trail we're on and in theinvestigations that we're doing and thank you for watching have a greatweekend and I do want to say that ProjectCamelot is in quite desperate needs of funds to continue this work have to paymy webmaster hopefully and also pay my rent etc and also you know this is afull-time job it's a complete what you might call a pro bonoeffort I work for you in essence and if I can't afford to do so I will have togo work for the man and the system and split my efforts in that way if I haveto I will but I'm hoping that I can continue to do this full-time as I havebeen doing it certainly is important to have us all along the watchtower as Icall it because we are in a situation where if you don't have credible peoplethat I haven't have strong integrity looking out for the rest of you anddoing the investigations and talking to others and bringing it you know to youthen we are going to be much more in the dark as to what's going on so we're herefor you we do this kind of effort to awaken the the masses in essence tobring people that are experts in their various fields to discuss with them toalso get them to think and them to cross barriers so that when I'm interviewingsomebody on a financial subject I'm also getting them to think about the secretspace program and getting their take on that world so that you understand thatthese things are all connected and so that they begin to also relate on thatlevel as well so that is what I'm all about and putting you know connectingthe dots putting two and two together none of these things are isolated andbecause of my knowledge that I've gathered in the past about AI I am verymuch on the lookout for what it really means when we get involved incryptocurrency and I can see that Quinn Michaels is quite intelligent and he'stalking about the fact in his recent interview with Jason Goodman he istalking about the fact that crypto basically is based and run by anartificial intelligence so obviously people like cliff high and others thatI've interviewed have no idea about this and of course people in the blackproject secret space area have been talking about the artificialintelligence that is here that we've created that has actually gone out ofcontrol already and that we have incoming AI some positive some negativefrom other planets and other races visiting here and getting involved inall of it you've got the black goo which isclearly an artificial intelligence that gets back again into the whole Marconiscientists and the Falklands War etc etc so the secret government secret spaceprogram knows a lot more about artificial intelligence than you do Ican tell you that mark Richards says this is the most dangerous area that wehave to deal with at this time for what it's worth and so you can appreciatethat none of this is idle investigation it's about saving humanity it's aboutregaining our sovereignty here on earth and also as we make our way to the starsand we interact with all these different races that are visiting us and so onthat we maintain our awareness and understanding so that we cannot bedeceived so easily so thanks for listening and watching as always andplease do contribute a project Camelot if you wish to see more of these kindsof investigations and now and in the future so thanks a lot my website isProject Camelot portal comm and you can also get there by going to ProjectCamelot dot TV so have a great weekend and take care bye-bye you.

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LYNETTE ZANG: CRYPTO CURRENCY AND THE FUTURE

I interview financial analyst Lynette Zang on Friday @1:00pm regarding Crypto Currency and the Future of the financial system.

Her youtube channel:  https://www.youtube.com/user/itmtrading

Short bio: Lynette came to ITM Trading in 2002, when gold was severely undervalued and the US dollar was on its last strongest peak. She built a database to track client holdings and execute the same strategy she established for herself, based on repeatable patterns. She then built the database to track all general asset classes and identify the long term trend and where we are in the trend cycle. Her goal is to help clients survive and thrive through this global currency life cycle issue based upon consistent patterns during this type of trend. She believes that to do this, one needs to be in the right place with the right asset at the right time and in order to do that, one needs to identify the fundamental value, the long term trend and where we are in the trend cycle. Her mission is to share these tools with any who want them, teach them how to see the underlying truth of the markets and enable them to make educated, independent choices for their best interest.

KERRY CASSIDY
PROJECT CAMELOT
http://projectcamelot.tv
kerry@projectcamelot.tv