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Will the IMF SDRs be the new global currency?
« on: September 11, 2018, 03:16:22 PM »
The IMF ( International Monetary Fund ) is the only central bank without debt problems, and they have already created SDRs ( Special Drawing Rights ). It is likely that as the local central banks collapse, the SDRs will become the International trading currency. There will still be local currencies such as the dollar, but the US will no longer be able to create these, but will have to obtain them from the IMF. The IMF has created two SDRs - oSDR, or the official SDR, and the mSDR, the market SDR. These can be traded between nations, and also are available to the globalist organisations such as NATO. It is a move towards a single global currency, and will be followed by other globalist power grabs, such as universal taxation.

That is the plan anyway. Will it happen, or is it possible to avoid being forced down this path?