Joint Japan US Committee Brings Gold Out of Hiding
By GCRU Gold News on Sunday, July 27 2014, 23:45 - Permalink
The Joint Japan US Committee under the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between Japan and the United States of America is accepting an offer of gold to replace Japan's fractional reserve fiat currency. It is time for citizens to be freed from the usury on their own currency, and the Japan association to correct the unfair tax system understands this fact.
The Japan Credit Rating Agency said that this decision would enhance Japan's credit rating. The Japan Federation of Bar Associations and the Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants are ensuring that the Bank of Tokyo respects the laws of bailment and releases the 12,000 MT of gold on deposit in the Bank of Tokyo which is held by the Global Debt Facility.
The Global Debt Facility was established at the end of World War II by Jose Rizal and his lawyer, Ferdinand Marcos. Wolfgang Struck is currently the authorized signatory under the Global Debt Facility. His counsel, Karen Hudes, is also the Acting General Counsel of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Jose Rizal established the World Bank in order to ensure that the world's gold was returned to the world's people when the period of sequestration ended after fifty years.
Although the sequestration ended in 2005, it has taken nine years for the coalition for the rule of law to form and take the world's gold out of hiding. The BRICS countries are part of the coalition for the rule of law. Another Commonwealth country is also replacing its fiat currency with gold currency. The UBS is holding 205,000 MT under the Global Debt Facility for the benefit of humankind.