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Eagle1: UST Completed Work for Global Currency Reset on Saturday

Guru Eagle1  via BulldogFord65 transcript of KTFA Frank26 call: The UST reported that they have completed all of their background work for the global currency reset on Saturday; they have made 2 efforts today, but all was pulled from front screens at 6:45 PM tonight [Monday], and do not know when we will see it.

Dinars.me Note: Please take this as rumor until a new rate shows on cbi.iq.

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