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The Yuan-backed Oil Futures Contracts begins trading on Monday, the 26th.

The trading of the Yuan-backed Oil Futures Contracts will force the U.S. Petro Dollar to die out.

The fall of the U.S. Petro Dollar is a major blow to Cabal finances and control over the global economy.

China (under the direction of the Chinese Elders) will lead the world to return the gold-standard with their de facto gold-backed Yuan.

This move is a major tipping point for events leading up to the GCR/RV.

The window for the RV release opened last Saturday, the 17th.

The RV may be released any time between now and the 26th.

The possibility of the RV release after the 26th should not be overlooked.

All eyes on the 26th.




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Full Interview with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew from April 11

Full interview: Treasury Secretary Jack Lew

By Kai Ryssdal
April 11, 2016 | 1:34 PM

Kai Ryssdal: You have written here, a manifesto basically, for America as the indispensable economic nation. But, we’re doing it in a changing world, you point out, and it seems to me that what you’re talking about here is us giving up some economic influence so we can get some economic influence.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew: Actually, I don’t think it’s about giving up anything. I think that what we’ve done over the last 70 years is worked to build institutions that promote both American values and American interests, and we have to make sure that we maintain that ability going forward. In a world where the size of countries and the relative influence that they have in the global economy has evolved, what I’m saying is we have to make sure that we don’t see countries pulling away from a system that very much promotes American interests. We need to make sure they stay in it, and that all that changes are changes that we think are in our U.S. interest.

Ryssdal: This is the system of the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, that came out of World War II. How do you convince countries to stay in it, when, as you point out in the first paragraph of this piece, it took the Congress of the United States five years to agree on reforms to the International Monetary Fund?

Lew: You know, the interesting thing, Kai, is that I think the world wants us to play this role —

Ryssdal: That’s a gutsy statement.

Lew: Over these last five years — the last three-and-a-half as Secretary — I had to explain over and over again why it was taking so long. The desire was for the U.S. to ratify the IMF reform, and for the IMF to remain the centrally important institution that it is. I actually think that if you look at the structure of the IMF quota reforms it tells a really interesting story.

Ryssdal: The United States has been a winner in the global economy, by and large, since World War II. What are we going to do though, what are you going to do, once the United States is not the biggest economy in the world anymore, once we are not the reserve currency with the dollar, then what happens?

Lew: So I don’t think that there’s anyone on the horizon to take the place of the United States, either in terms of our economic position or in terms of the dollar as the reserve currency. Clearly, there are different forces at work in the economy today than there were in 1944, when half the world, most of the world, was coming out of a war where it had no manufacturing capacity, it had no hard currency, and we were the place with both manufacturing capacity and hard currency. I think now we’re in a world where population growth and economic growth is taking place in the countries that we’ve called the emerging economies. We’re making sure that they take seats at the table, adhere to the rules that we adhere to when you have a seat at the table, and that as we make decisions in the future, we have a very strong voice in what all the rules of the road in the future are.That’s the way for the United States to maintain its power.

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