The world’s financial system is on the cusp of a revolution, spearheaded by the Quantum Financial System (QFS) and the Global Economic Security and Reformation Act (GESARA). This isn’t just a tweak to how money moves or how banks operate; it’s a complete overhaul aimed at rectifying decades, if not centuries, of financial imbalances and injustices.
At the forefront of this seismic shift is the introduction of gold-backed currency, a move that promises to stabilize and democratize global economies. This isn’t a return to the past; it’s a leap into a future where money is tied to tangible value rather than the whims of central banks and political maneuvering. Alongside, we’re seeing the rollout of debt forgiveness and the beginnings of Universal Basic Income (UBI), initiatives that aim to level the playing field for billions.
But GESARA’s full impact is stalled, waiting on two major geopolitical shifts: the removal of Joe Biden from the presidency and the cessation of global conflicts, notably in Ukraine, the Gaza Strip, and Yemen. The suggestion here isn’t subtle; it’s a bold claim that these political and military standoffs are not spontaneous but controlled, potentially orchestrated steps toward a larger goal.