Global Currency Reset: First Evidence: The Iraqi Dinar and Vietnamese Dong have Revaluated!




So what does this all mean?  The Global Currency Reset is said to be the first step towards restoring a fair financial system under the new banking rules set out in the Basel III regulations.  The Iraqi Dinar and the Vietnamese Dong were/are thought to be lynchpin currencies in this process allowing for the entire basket of worldwide currencies (rumoured to number near 190) to revaluate. 

In so doing, there will, purportedly be a restoration of a metals based currency and the deleveraging of banking reserves.  Deleveraging means that the banks will be limited in the amount that they can lend against the amounts of reserves they hold.  This prevents inflation and the inevitable wealth inequality that results from the system currently in place called Partial Reserve Banking. 

More globally, this is the first evidence of the veracity of an organization/law called NESARA which has obtained almost cult like status in the common media, yet seems to be delivering good against its promises.  Some of those promises include the end of economic slavery to corporations which has been imposed on us for centuries.

But, please, don’t take my word for it.  Do your own research.  It’s a fascinating story and well worth your time.

3 thoughts on “Global Currency Reset: First Evidence: The Iraqi Dinar and Vietnamese Dong have Revaluated!

  1. Ok so I clicked on your link. There is a slight problem. The information that you posted is what is shown on the exchange if you convert IQD to USD however; if you convert from USD to IQD the rate is completely different. USD to IQD is 1:1132.

    Now look at the pocketguide below the converter. The table shows $50:56604.18. Below that it shows 50 IQD:441.66 USD. So which one is right?

  2. I found this on a bulletin board:

    I have seen this site. The problem with their converter is that they are placing the decimal point in the wrong place. They are also showing the Dong at 4.74 when it is supposed to be .474 (or $.47). The 8.83 should be $.883 with the three zeros dropped.

    Is that the exchange rate? NO. We had a California bank yesterday that nearly cashed out a customer at $3.40. When the customer was told that the IQD was showing on the screens, she ran home to get her Dinar. When she came back, the rate was gone from the screens.

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