Update from Attorney Al Hodges: Imminent Global Currency Reset
(Al Hodges) Most of the high-level and medium-level people, both in and out of government, have either been “wood-shedded” and/or arrested, and now face disgrace, loss of financial advantage, loss of position-of-power, loss of official office, and near-term prosecution.
In my opinion, having participated in many of the events as they occurred, we are finally at the point of conclusion.
While it is very difficult to accept the inordinate amount of time this has taken, I can tell you that the acts involved were categorically required to accomplish the end goals.
As a result of now having a fuller understanding of both the end goals, and the progress to date, I will once again stick my neck out to advise you all that your journey is essentially over.
My professional opinion is based not only on what I am told each day by those at the top of the New Powers That Be, but more importantly on the status of the imminent Global Currency Reset.
Its status is important because it cannot become a public fait accompli without the US Treasury becoming a hard-metal asset-backed issuer of US currency – the very definition of ER.
Accordingly, when you publicly see the Global Currency Reset you will know that we have an asset backed currency, and you will know that we have received ER. [Economic Receipt].
Every indication from every credible source is that the Reset will become public today, tomorrow, the next day, or certainly by January 1, 2015; most probably before Christmas.
I do not and cannot guarantee this of course; but, it does represent my professional opinion based on all available information.
I can assure you that the impact of what you are so soon to experience will mightily shatter any doubt, disbelief, bitter humor, or unhappy memories that this journey may have encouraged and supported.
As I have said in the past, “you will be paid a great deal more than any have the right to expect [based on the amount of your investment]. In addition, you will receive a payment for the unconscionable length of payment delay.” Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!
Source: Al Hodges — Hodges & Associates
Via: Dinar Recaps