Richard Russell – A New World Currency Is On The Way But Here Is The Biggest Surprise

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February 23, 2015

As the world continues to digest breaking news out of Greece and Ukraine, the Godfather of newsletter writers, 90-year old Richard Russell, warned that a new world currency is on the way but he also covered what will be the biggest surprise about this new currency.  Russell also described how this will impact the entire world, including major markets.

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16 Responses to Richard Russell – A New World Currency Is On The Way But Here Is The Biggest Surprise

  1. To end harm and loss in outer reality is an inside job that each of us is here to engage.

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  3. When a critical mass of men and women replace limiting beliefs and patterns with self realization that spirit [soul] and matter [body] is one, separation ends, and self empowerment begins, to dis-establish evil doers and gift them the BIGGEST SURPRISE of their lifetime!

    “None of the Above”: Senator Wants Message of No Confidence on the Ballot
    GOP Sen. Branden Petersen’s proposal is certainly a long shot even by his own admission. But he’s hoping the bill he introduced last week at least stirs some serious talk and gives frustrated voters an idea to rally around.

    “This would give people an opportunity to really make a strong statement in rebuke of the present dynamic. It would be an honest check on the two-party system,” said the first-term senator from Andover who at times has clashed openly with his own party. “This gives people a chance to legitimately voice their opinion.”

    If this proves to be one small step for mankind – with its own limitations and unlikely prospect of success – then LET’S TAKE IT as a small step in the right direction.

    Either we choose to be a part of the solution, or we choose to be a part of the problem.

    Positive intentions, cooperation, and peaceful ‘collective’ actions are required now, by a critical mass of human beings for the collective good.

    • “If you will not fight when you can easily win without bloodshed, if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly, you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival. There may even be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.” — Winston Churchill

  4. Ri-chard says:

    I think presenting a choice of where to invests your savings to secure it’s value is not a consideration for people that have little to no savings. They feel is doesn’t affect them one way or the other and will do nothing and/or say its all BS. Therefore, being prepared for a possible monetary reset they do not think to weigh the value of having Gold or Silver against a paper note not backed by the worlds most acceptable currency and measure of wealth Gold and Silver.
    During the time of reset if you have a stash of Gold or Silver no matter how little, you will be able to purchase/exchange it for many more dollars to purchase goods and services.
    Those that have made plans to cover themselves during a period of financial rest will have a much easier time until all paper currency is revalued.

    • Jean says:

      In no way, Ri-chard, can I ever be responsible for people’s investment decisions. That is not my role, and while I feel your suggestion is a good one, I don’t even want to advocate that. This is a personal decision and one that people must make for themselves. If people thought I presented this article as a way of suggesting how to invest, they need to be very aware that I could never do that. It was presented to show them the very likely trend to gold (and perhaps a basked of commodities) as the new fiat currency. Thanks so much for calling my attention to this possible misinterpretation of my efforts 🙂 Hugs, ~Jean

  5. Ri-chard says:

    No new news here, just follow the BRICS.

  6. Mike Meehan says:

    … and SILVER (smaller denominations) to use as a purchasing mechanism on a day-to-day basis!

  7. Pints of vodka and pints of Jack Daniels would be ‘liquid’ assets for exchange.

  8. Debbie says:

    Jean – I wonder if I’ve missed something here or was directed to the wrong page – biggest surprise? hyperinflation and advised to buy gold? Where is the surprise? This has been the same old same old for a long time. Buy gold – and do what with it? Hide it in your mattress? You can’t eat it, you can’t keep it in your bank’s safe deposit box, this advice has been out there for years……….I thought of taking my savings out and putting it into gold – but then how to keep it? the government could easily decide confiscate it….someone could steal it at gunpoint…….I can’t take it down to the Fresh Foods market and exchange it for food…………….I think the point is………they want to sell gold.

    • Jean says:

      Yes, Debbie, I think you have, but I’m sorry I can’t teach the lesson here. The fiat dollar will fail, and gold will become a great portion of the new worldwide currency. We’re gonna need some gold is what most people are thinking. . . Hugs, ~Jean

    • Di, Cerrillos,NM,USA says:

      I agree. Try to take gold coins to buy groceries. The clerk would have to call someone to tell what the value is on any day. Or if the coin has a value on the front, say $5, one will receive change for $5 not what one paid for it or the value of the metal. One can’t put a gold coin in a vending machine. The point is one must first go to a gold exchange agent, what if it isn’t open on the day one needs the cash. Gold must be converted, that is a problem for me. Silver quarters makes more sense to me. Vending machines take them, one can buy groceries or gas with quarters. Whether the govt confiscates gold is not the issue, they already declared(Nixon) that gold must be turned in. Did someone pass a bill that would make it ok to now own gold?
      IMHO, seniors have saved a lot of money and the elites are trying to pry the savings away from them. They will not be happy until they have their hands on the last dollar.

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