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"Re: Two-Tier Monetary System" by Concerned American Doe - 6.28.17

Entry Submitted by Concerned American Doe at 1:24 PM EDT on June 28, 2017

Hello Mr. Shrout,

Winston Shrout: Toward a Two-Tier Money System

I wanted to respond to your article regarding a two-tier monetary system. I have a degree in business administration and worked in public administration and accounting, and by no means consider myself an expert. However, my initial very strong gut feeling is "no" to a two-tier type of system. It seems to me that one of the major reasons and advantages of NESARA/GESARA compliance is so that all monetary systems worldwide can compete on an equal basis, and eliminate the complications of constantly re-evaluating all currencies worldwide. So moving to a two-tier system would defeat part of the purpose of making the change in the first place, IMHO. Why create another complication which would just create more opportunities for someone to further manipulate through a two-tiered system? The idea has been for international business and people to be able to do business, more easily, internationally. Why create a two-tiered system which would eliminate possibilities for individuals to conduct business internationally? This, to me, seems like a way to continue a two-party monetary system, similar to the "elites" and "poor" that we have right now. Why would we want to negotiate anything like that once we are free of the elite's grip on us through the federal reserve? The point that you brought up about it possibly causing people to "buy American", seems to me might be the "result" from conducting business in the other "tier", or internationally, but is that what we really want? I say, one monetary system, gold-backed. Maybe I am missing something here. If so, I humbly apologize.

"Concerned American Doe"



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