INTRO Good evening, I am your host Karen Hudes in this series on the Network of Global Corporate Control. Today’s segment is pre-recorded and is called Q&A in the Global Currency Reset. Thanks to Carmen Stanley, Studio Producer and Director, Maurice Jackson, Audio and Prompter, and ____ Floor Director.
Today’s segment is going on air four days before the Spring Meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. The Minutes of the Board of Governors of the World Bank and IMF have been approved as issued:
The Treaty of Versailles bonds issued by the Federal Reserve Bank in exchange for the world’s monetary gold reserves are going to be offset against all country debt. All countries’ currencies will be exchanged for the monetary gold reserves of the nations on deposit in the Global Debt Facility.
This is pursuant to the Bilateral Minesfield Breakthrough Successor Agreement that was agreed at the end of WWII. https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/BILATERAL.pdf
This treaty remains valid. This is not a theoretical issue. In the teleprompter I will give you a link to some emails I received from people who thought the World Bank and International Monetary Fund Board of Governors, or the Global Debt Facility, should forget the Bilateral Minesfield Breakthrough Successor Agreement.
Here is a website which discusses some of the historical bonds that do not enjoy the same status under the Bilateral Minesfield Breakthrough Successor Agreement.
First, we will discuss some background information. I do not expect there will be time to cover all this information; please read the teleprompter instead.