According to multiple sources, Tier 4 exchanges/redemptions have begun in Hong Kong. However, this is currently unconfirmed. Zimbabwe’s election is approaching and 46 nations will be watching. It will be the most important election for the world as Zimbabwe is set to announce their gold-standard post-election. Once Zimbabwe announces their gold-standard, the U.S. is next. Leaks claim the QFS (Quantum Financial System) will be accessed via a new quantum internet network. Instructions to access the new quantum internet network will be on a website set to come online simultaneously with the release of the 800#’s.
Compensation funds will be directly deposited into your QFS account.
Compensation funds which includes debt, prosperity packages, and everything else the Cabal have stolen from you. The compensation funds will be given to every human being on this planet. The RV funds will only be:
Zimbabwe History and Actions of U.S. Presidents Have Everyone Waiting to See If Deep State Can Hold On To Africa.
George W. Bush Executive Order 13469 July 25, 2008 — Blocking Property of Additional Persons Undermining Democratic Processes or Institutions in Zimbabwe
The Exit of George Bush’s “Point Man” in Africa
habo Mbeki — unceremoniously dumped by his party as South Africa’s President last weekend — was routinely referred to by George W. Bush as his “point man” in Africa. For the leading member of a movement with historical ties to the Soviet Union that until recently was on the State Department’s terrorist watch list, Mbeki enjoyed an unusually close relationship with the Bush Administration. It probably had less to do with any ideological convergence than the fact the US needed someone to work as well as with the African National Congress‘s own transformation from a liberation movement to a conventional political party.
As the United States government is increasingly embroiled in the Middle East, it needs surrogates to do its heavy lifting elsewhere. In Africa, South Africa appeared a stable ally and Mbeki — driven partly by his own ideas about African Renaissance and self-respect — was willing to spend South African taxes to solve the continent’s problems. His administration was heavily involved in a number of peace processes, including Liberia, Cote d’Ivoire, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Most notably, Mbeki — though he played an ambiguous and often controversial role — can take credit for bringing Robert Mugabe’s violent regime to the negotiation table with the political opposition in neighboring Zimbabwe.
Mbeki was roundly ridiculed for his disastrous AIDS policies (it was the Clinton administration who first leaked word of his denialism in 2000), yet most international observers seem to give him a pass as long he kept the economy stable. (Despite no scientific competence, Mbeki claimed HIV did not cause AIDS and deemed drug treatment toxic and a conspiracy by pharmaceutical companies.) He promoted privatization of key services such as water and electricity, and advocated free and open markets even though the latter made the economy very vulnerable to external shocks and contagion.
However, for everything for which he was admired or tolerated outside South Africa, he had become a hated figure among his own people. His coddling of Mugabe’s regime made critics question his commitment to popular rule. Mbeki’s personal style — detached, secretive and paranoid (he had the Police investigate three political rivals whose only crime was to openly canvass to succeed him democratically) — did not help either.
His AIDS policies led to the unnecessary deaths of thousands of people, while his:
Greenspan Reportedly Aids & Bribes George Bush Family
A senior U.S. Treasury Department official, in the Office of Internal Affairs, in his own-hand-writing, reportedly analyzed more than twenty five banks by which the Federal Reserve participated in facilitating the bribery and corruption of former President George Herbert Walker Bush and his three sons. The secret wire transfer records, some copies of which are attached to Part One and Part Two of this series, show billions and billions of dollars transferred to and from reported accounts of the Elder Bush and his sons. Much of this directly authorized by the secret codes of Federal Reserve dictator Alan Greenspan. Since he acts like a corrupt Soviet commissar, he is called by us ALAN REDSPAN, acting as he is answerable to no one(except the nameless, faceless ruling elite who own and operate America).
===to Neil Bush, who had been an official of the now defunct-by-fraud Silverado Savings & Loan of Denver. Through corruption linked to the American CIA and a major law firm in Chicago, Hopkins & Sutter, Neil Bush escaped being properly prosecuted on federal criminal charges of causing the downfall of this federally-insured thrift acting covertly for the espionage agency. Hopkins & Sutter in the early 1990s had been the major outside counsel of the S & L bail-out agency, Resolution Trust Corporation, like Silverado, also themselves out of existence. There is an overlap to the corruption of Bush family crony, William Rockefeller Clinton. [More on this in a later part of this series.]
===Jeb Bush (Governor of Florida) and his Colombia-born wife reportedly implicated in massive dope trafficking and money laundering Colombian cocaine through reputed Bush family accounts in Banco Exterior De Espana, Malaga, Spain. Ostensibly arranged through Bush family cocaine money laundry wizard Giogrio Pelossi. For details, visit our website: skolnicksreport.com
===George W. Bush (Governor of Texas) through huge amounts in the Bush family reputed accounts, in and through NCNB of Texas, Garland, Texas. See Parts One and Two of this series. And reportedly by and through reputed Bush family accounts in Banco de Occidente, Panama City, Panama and Banco de Panama, Panama City, Panama. To cover up such details, the Bush family had to :
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