In end game indicator, Federal Reserve Board selling Dinars and paper dollars in Japan to pay US embassy bills

In a sign the Federal Reserve Board crime syndicate is on its last legs, the US Embassy in Tokyo, Japan is selling Iraqi Dinars and US dollar cash bills via yakuza gangs in order to pay its bills, according to yakuza sources. The bills are being sold via corrupt officials in the Tokyo public prosecutors’ office who are then selling them to yakuza gangsters in exchange for Japanese yen, the sources say. One Iraqi Dinar was worth $3.8 before the US invaded but fell to 2 cents afterwards at which point the Feds bought them all up, according to MI6 sources. They are now selling them worldwide, along with blacklisted US paper bills in order to keep the Federal Reserve Board and its Washington D.C. subsidiary going a bit longer. Buyers beware because you will sooner or later find out you traded good money for high quality tissue paper.

The remainder of this Article or Video is only available to members of BenjaminFulford.net holding the respective level of subscription. If you are trying to view the Friday Video and are logged in, please make sure you hold the correct subscription level.

If you are not logged in, please Log In or Register to create an account.

Comments are only available for readers with an active subscription. Please subscribe to view comments.