Jeff to MGJA =

MARCH 3, 2018
Q says:  "You, the People, have ALL the POWER.  You simply forgot how to PLAY."

Qpost March 17, 2019
The evening of, March 16, 2019, I posted my recommendation on Nesara News TO "VOID THE SERVICE CONTRACT" which initially hired the foreign corporation, "United States Inc" to provide limited government services, and I recommended declaring BREACHES OF CONTRACT in the de jure courts of justice for the Republic, followed by VOIDING THE SERVICE CONTRACT, which immediately returns all assets to their original owner, WE THE PEOPLE.

  Then, the VERY NEXT DAY, 
 Trump/Qanon tweeted:

Trump tweeted: 

Qanon tweet:  "be proud patriots.  today like in 2016 you are in one united voice, RISING UP, to defend this great nation."

NOTE:  RISING UP = de jure grand jury RISING UP, (Rising up the land above the waters, and above the statutes of maritime law, as statutes are for navigable waterways only.  LAWS are for man, STATUTES are for INTERNATIONAL TRADE ONLY (but are currently being used for SLAVERY instead).


Who has the 'real control?  Answer = The People


Can you remove the top comments?

(My header comments on Nesara News, as well as my cover letter for the recommendation/proposal were very harsh of Q/Trump.  I have removed both.) 

(I believe the twitter part in the Q/Trump tweets is just for plausible deniability, Trump used the same type of plausible deniability on another tweet on March 17th, 2019 when he tweeted with a Qanon logo, but he also sent out 17 other tweets with different logos, for plausible deniability, the U.S. NDA(non-disclosure-agreement) signed by these guys must be gnarly).

Hopefully Q/Trump can set the record straight by pointing to Nesara News and our recommendation to VOID THE SERVICE CONTRACT, a fraudulent service contract executed in secret, which was allegedly executed when the Republic hired the foreign owned corporation, "United States Inc" to provide limited government services (international trade only), and then the U.S. quietly mothballed the Republic.

"An Act To Provide A Government for the District of Columbia:
(Document found at the Library of Congress, go read Sec. 17)

(please keep in mind, all U.S. government positions are PRIVATE, as the corporation is run for max profit.  Sec 17 of the above document says that the "legislative body of the United States shall not pass any laws to affect the Republic's Courts of Justice = TRUE PUBLIC OFFICES, which were stolen from us in the dead of the night, replaced with PRIVATE corporate goons to steal, rape and plunder.  The good thing though is, fraud has no laws of limitations, nor statute of limitations.  As well as, assets purloined by pirates still belong to the original owner regardless of who possesses them.)

Below is the recommendation/proposal for de jure court of justice action:


TRUMP/Qanon... Can you point to it?

If you can point to it, that would obviously change my outlook, and you will find me back in your corner, again.

Friday, June 28, 2013

Vietnam Devalues Dong for First Time Since December 2011

Vietnam Devalues Dong for First Time Since December 2011

Vietnam’s central bank devalued its currency for the first time since 2011 and cut the interest-rate cap on dollar deposits to help “improve” the balance of payments and boost foreign-exchange reserves.
The State Bank of Vietnam weakened its reference rate by 1 percent to 21,036 dong per dollar, effective today, according to a statement released yesterday. The currency, which can trade as much as 1 percent either side of the rate, fell 0.9 percent to 21,205 as of 4:57 p.m. at banks in Hanoi, the most since Aug. 9, 2011, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The fixing has been kept at 20,828 since Dec. 26, 2011, and the spot rate touched a record 21,036, the lower limit of the band, on most days in June.
A stack of Vietnamese 500,000 dong notes are displayed in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photographer: Jerome Ming/Bloomberg
June 24 (Bloomberg) -- Kevin Snowball, co-founder and chief executive officer of PXP Vietnam Asset Management, talks about the nation's stocks and investment strategy. Snowball also discusses Myanmar's growth. He speaks in Hong Kong with Rishaad Salamat on Bloomberg Television's "On the Move." (Source: Bloomberg)
The change in the reference rate is the biggest since a record 8.5 percent cut in February 2011 and comes after the government announced yesterday that imports exceeded exports by $1.4 billion in the first half of this year. The economyexpanded 4.9 percent in the first six months from a year earlier, official data show. The government’s full-year growth target of 5.5 percent “will be extremely difficult to meet,” Do Thuc, head of the General Statistics Office, said yesterday in Hanoi.
“The trade balance has swung back into deficit,” Tim Condon, head of Asian research at ING Groep NV in Singapore, wrote in a note today. “Devaluation is the standard policy response when this happens.”

Bond Fell

Vietnam’s government bonds fell today, with the benchmark five-year yield rising 10 basis points, or 0.1 percentage point, to 8.05 percent, according to a daily fixing from banks compiled by Bloomberg. The three-year yield climbed six basis points to 7.23 percent.
The Southeast Asian nation’s economy expanded 5 percent last year, the slowest since 1999, according to government data, after growing 5.9 percent in 2011 and 6.8 percent in 2010
The central bank bought $18 billion to boost its foreign-exchange reserves in 2012, Saigon Times reported Feb. 21, citing Governor Nguyen Van Binh. A further $3.18 billion was purchased in the first quarter of 2013, lifting holdings to the equivalent of 12 weeks of imports, VnEconomy reported April 26, citing a report by State Bank of Vietnam.
The reference rate’s adjustment is “to more accurately reflect the supply and demand of foreign currency in the market” and to “create stability,” the central bank said in the statement. Consumer prices rose 6.69 percent in June from a year earlier, the most since February, official data show.

Deposit Caps

“One key risk is that a pickup in inflation and concerns about further devaluation could intensify dollarization pressures, leading to a self-fulfilling VND depreciation spiral,” Vishnu Varathan, a Singapore-based economist at Mizuho Corporate Bank Ltd., wrote in a research note today.
The central bank cut the cap on corporate dollar deposits to 0.25 percent from 0.5 percent for all tenors and reduced the limit for household savings to 1.25 percent from 2 percent, the regulator said on its website yesterday.
The maximum rate for dong deposits was also lowered to spur spending and investment, the central bank said in the statement. The ceiling for deposits of less than one month fell to 1.2 percent from 2 percent, while that for periods of up to six months declined to 7 percent from 7.5 percent.
The rate-cap reductions are intended “to curb deposit and lending rates at reasonable levels to help stabilize the money market and the foreign-currency market and to continue implementing measures to help resolve difficulties for businesses and production,” the central bank said in the statement. “Businesses and production still have a lot of difficulties because consumption in the market is still at low levels and companies’ ability to absorb bank loans is still limited.”
To contact Bloomberg News staff for this story: Nguyen Dieu Tu Uyen in Hanoi