Not long ago a letter was released. The initial opening paragraph stated this:
'For reasons soon to be obvious to you, I will not introduce myself, nor any of the others who have contributed to this notification. We have been involved with the construction and operation of the new MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex. Some of our involvement precedes the groundbreaking, and some of our involvement is current.'
Currency printed out of thin air with nothing to back it devalues the dollar.
LOS ANGELES, CA - The letter goes on to say that there will be a planned attack at the Superbowl and describes events that will happen.
The question is...why? I will post here my opinion.
The world is in the midst of a great economic change. This change has been in the works for over 100 years, beginning with the inception of the Federal Reserve and a monetary system that eventually took the country and world off the gold standard and replaced gold with fiat currency that could be printed without financial backing.
Fiat currency, currency printed out of thin air with nothing to back it, is behind booms and busts. It is behind inflation. It is behind devaluation, which is the flip side of inflation.
Due to the excessive national debt, the fact that other countries no longer want the dollar as the world's reserve currency, and the shifting attitude towards the dollar, the world may be shortly moving towards a world where the dollar no longer has pre-eminence.
When that happens, the dollar will lose even more value. What that means to the average consumer is that prices will go up yet again.
This is a site where the referenced letter was republished in full, and it also gives a link to the original letter. To search for the post, the title is: "The Treason Bowl -- February 2, 2014".
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