Friday, September 18, 2015

Karen Hudes answers a question – and Thomas Deegan responds

From JHaines Blog:

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From: Arthur
To: Karen Hudes
Subject: Questions
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 2015 16:33:33 -0400

Hi Karen, I am part of a group of individuals in West Virginia who are working to establish a constitutional civil government to replace the corrupt imposter we currently endure. I have been following your plight for some time. I believe the Aurum currency is an excellent idea, however I have a few concerns. I realize you are busy with the liens and all but if you can find time to respond I would greatly appreciate it. Aurum is currently available from a private entity, will they remain involved and do they have proprietary property rights to the technology/name? [I purchased a few samples for myself–much more stable method than ‘gold backed’ currency] You may not be aware but our state constitution is unique and opens up possible avenues for the re-establishment of sound government. Obviously, a sound and secure government MUST have a sound currency. I have read the Monetary Agreement you provided in a link.

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Will the United States be a sovereign nation IF it receives it’s gold? Sounds more like the gold belongs to the World Bank and is loaned at a fee (1/4 of 1%). I would hate to see us shed the cloak of the Network of Global Corporate Control and end up in a more precarious position. Sorta like jumping out of the frying pan into the fire. Is the gold being returned to it’s rightful owners or does the ‘ownership’ remain with the World Bank/IMF or another world entity?

. . . and here, when I asked him about, is what Thomas Deegan had to say:

It seems that she is furthering the fraud that someone owns what was already returned two years ago to the peopl,e but has failed to garner enforcement. . . and now she wants us to allow a new federal reserve entity to charge us for what is ours?

Let her come to WV, and we have a tree reserved for her too.

Questions from West Virginia
Karen Hudes.
Monday, September 14, 2015

Dear Arthur,

We are not going from the frying pan to the fire. The gold is not loaned at a fee. It is a one-time payment to some people who think they are owed something on the global currency reset; they call themselves “redeemers” . The fee is going to the persons that are authenticated (by the Board of Governors of the World Bank and IMF) to sign for that individual transaction. There are a number of potential authenticated signatories, and the Board of Governors is going to authenticate the signatories on a transaction-by-transaction basis, to make sure that the world is not held hostage any more. The gold is not returned to its “rightful owners.” After 50 years and the statute of limitations, the gold is simply in the Global Debt Facility and can be handed over to the beneficiaries in their currencies, which is what is happening. The US is a sovereign nation, along with the rest of the nations in the world. Hopefully all of the states will revert to constitutional governments, and there will be an end to state capture. The power transition model says chances are 90-95 % for this. 2 I am glad you like the aurum currency and think it makes sense. I have spoken to the folks with the Aurum technology, and they are prepared to let the countries of the world scale up for the reset in a way that makes sense. Let me know if you have any more questions.