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Post by Ponee Thu Jul 22, 2021 9:32 pm

 Nick,
Please feel free to quote me.
As a former SVP commercial banker with Bank of America, as a currently licensed Series 24 Principal FINRA Trader (Series 24 must manage, monitor and approve ALL securities transactions of Series 7 traders) and as an Internationally licensed Attorney in Banking & Securities, I can speak with absolute certainty about Traders and the role they play versus banking and the Fed Monetary System.

Traders ARE NOT bankers. They have no role in the MONETARY POLICIES of Sovereign Countries. They have no role in the Money Supply of Sovereign Countries. They DO NOT dictate or control anything regarding banking. Their sole purpose is to provide market liquidity.
In other words, traders serve the purpose of providing the free open market exchange of the world’s currencies.  Many know this as the Foreign Currency Exchange, or “FOREX”. 

Again, this has nothing, nada, zero, zilch to do with monetary policies, the banking system, the current Global Currency Reset and/or Nesara/Gesara. These are all Government & banking functions. Here in the US, that includes the US Treasury, the Federal Reserve and the banks they lend money to; as part of the US monetary policies and US money supply.

Hence, ANY information originating from traders regarding the GCR, currency redemption centers, currency exchanges [which ARE NOT T-5 Open Market Exchanges] is MISINFORMATION. Thats like going to the produce department and asking the clerk whats the difference between a New York cut and Prime Rib? Yes, both are part of the same grocery store services. But each serve different purposes. 
Regards,James Bradley

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