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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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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

The U.S. Elections, It's All a "Charade"

This is why Trump has been positioned in the presidential race by the Pentagon/White Hats to expose the rigged and corrupted system in order to give cause to the public to accept the changes that the Restored Republic will bring forth. - OD

U.S. Elections Are A “Charade”

This Former Congressman and GOP Candidate Says U.S. Elections Are A “Charade”

Philip Hodges April 12, 2016

Former Texas Congressman and two-time GOP presidential contender Ron Paul said that U.S. elections are a charade and have been for a long time.

US Elections a Charade

Dr Ron Paul

In an interview with RT, Ron Paul pointed out that the voting process is there essentially to appease the people, but that it is more of a “charade” and not really what determines who wins. He saidwhenever there is an “independent thinker” running who’s also gaining traction, the establishment gets desperate and changes the rules.

Ted Cruz’s recent sweeping of most of Colorado’s national delegates has caused an uproar among many voters. Trump and his supporters are livid, calling the system rigged and saying that Cruz won unfairly since “there was no voting,” as Trump told Fox & Friends. They’re using Colorado as yet another example of the establishment trying to stop Trump.

Ted Cruz and his supporters obviously aren’t livid at all, but rather excited that they were able to work within the delegate process to pick up as many delegates as possible. And since the Colorado GOP had decided to get rid of their binding straw poll, the delegates who were selected are unbound and free to vote for whomever they wish at the national convention. (Unless the RNC decides at the last minute to change the rules after they’re done using Ted Cruz.)

So, if the delegates are the ones who end up selecting the nominee, and the delegates have to submit to the rules written by the Republican National Committee (RNC) rules committee (part of the establishment?), then what’s the point of having citizens cast votes in primaries and caucuses for their presidential preference? Especially since theoretically, someone like Paul Ryan – who isn’t even running for president (or is he?) and has garnered zero popular votes (maybe a few write-ins) – could be nominated on the floor of the national convention, if neither Cruz nor Trump have a majority of delegates.

In her introduction, RT host Lindsay France referred to Ron Paul as “someone else who knows a thing or two about being shut out of a rigged system.”

People who were unhappy with Cruz’s Colorado victory think he did something illegal. It’s important to understand that political parties like the GOP and Democratic Party are little more than clubs with membership rules. They can have basically whatever rules they want, and their respective rules committees can change those rules for whatever reason they want to suit their own purposes.

If an “independent thinking” candidate runs, tells it like it is, focuses on substantive issues, doesn’t care too much about his outward appearance, doesn’t look “presidential” (whatever that means), and that candidate gains in popularity, then the party will make sure that candidate loses. And it won’t matter how much that candidate knows and understands the rules and the importance of the delegate process. All that’s needed is a last-minute rule-change.

[Read Related Article: No Votes Cast in Colorado, but Cruz Still 'Wins']

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