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Is new U.S. currency already in our money supply?

April 30, 2017

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For those of you who are stressing about the collapse of the U.S. dollar and the Federal Reserve, please take faith that initial measures have been taken to insure a not-so-hard landing when the Federal Reserve Note will be retired out of circulation, being replaced by notes printed and backed solely by the U.S. Treasury. If you have been putting your money under the mattress for the last few years, you will want to take the time to read this article so that you can replace the old fiat currency of the Federal Reserve Note (FRN) with new currency. We believe that those who do not start taking action will find in the near future that their fiat currency is unredeemable. This is particularly true of the billions of dollars that are held in cash outside of the United States, most of which will not be redeemable once the transition is made.

As our readers know, our articles can be a bit lengthy, but we like to fully educate you on our topics so that you can take the message and disseminate to your constituency in a manner that will resonate with them. Not everyone will need to know all the details, but for those reading this article, you are at the top level of the underground information pyramid for the New Fifth Estate and will need to know background and strategies for going forward.

In this article, you will learn:

  • How the 2009 $100 bill series is a hybrid of the old FRN and the new USTN (US Treasury Note);
  • How the old $50 FRN has been replaced with a new USTN $50 bill;
  • How to protect your cash stash if you are still holding old FRNs;
  • How Benjamin Franklin created fiat currency and why his image will be destroyed on the $100 FRN as a symbol of the We the People choosing to govern ourselves again and eliminating Globalists from our banking and government systems;
  • How the new USTN is backed by the gold-silver standard;
  • A hidden symbol in the new USTN that explains how U.S. wealth was wiped out in 2009 with a flood-fire-flood on Water Street;
  • Why you can’t get a title to your real estate once you have paid off your mortgage;
  • How We the People are instrumental in completing the process of making the big switch;
  • How our money supply will become a mixture of digital, paper, and metals in the near future as long as We the People wake up and see the writing on the $100 bill.

First, we are making the assumption that the readers of this article are fully aware of the history and state of the Federal Reserve System and its unabashed money-printing operations in flooding the global markets with fiat currency. We also assume that you are knowledgeable about why and how the U.S. transitioned off the gold standard and why going back on it is critical for our economic future.  Many people who will read this article will be aware of the constant attention Ron and Rand Paul have given this issue from auditing the Federal Reserve to seeding a movement to begin Fedexit.

2009 $100 bill series is a hybrid of the old FRN and the new USTN

Here are two pictures. The top one is of the $100 bill prior to 2009 series. The bottom one is the “blue” one-hundred-dollar bill that was purported to be made for security purposes in a 2009 series. If you have an old and a new bill on hand, please hold and compare them as we walk through this explanation.

In this bill above, we have the standard $100 before the blue security strip and other features were added. In the center is a picture of Benjamin Franklin, the only face on U.S. currency besides Alexander Hamilton, who was not a U.S. president. On the left side of the bill, you will find the words “Federal Reserve Note” and see the seal for the private corporation United States Federal Reserve System.  On the right side, you find the words “The United States of America” and a seal with the same.

Pay close attention to the statement “This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private.” This is on the left side of the bill underneath the Federal Reserve seal.

Examine the new one-hundred-dollar bill.

CONTINUE

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