September marks the beginning of potential economic turmoil in the Western world, driven by:
1. The unveiling of BRICS nations’ gold or commodity-backed currency in late August, challenging the U.S. dollar’s dominance as the World Reserve Currency.
2. Congress’s decision in September regarding the raised debt ceiling and unrestrained spending, diminishing trust in the U.S. dollar’s stability.
3. The Petrodollar’s decline, bolstering the Yuan and Ruble, but further weakening the U.S. dollar.
4. Continuous congressional spending and a lack of resistance to globalist economic agendas.
5. Most 401ks and pension funds are invested in unstable Chinese markets, where transparency and reporting accuracy are concerns.
6. The looming threat of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) that could control individual spending, emphasizing the need for alternative forms of payment, like gold and silver.