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From:  PK
Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 4:14 PM
Dear Mr. Bellringer,

Reading today's stories on Four Winds, I have question on story on September 30 event, where the whole world's money standard system will convert into the good old gold system. But what will happen to us, hard working citizens, who maybe have some savings in bank accounts? Does that mean whatever savings we have in our bank accounts, we will lose it all or will we have to convert it into the gold and if so how much of gold will we get for let's say $100.00? This is a bit unclear to me.

Thank you so much in advance for your answer.

All is well,

Best regards,


FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
     TO:  PK
DATE:  Sept. 16, 2009
Dear PK:
    I am being told that any bank not Basel II and III compliant and not on a Gold Charter will be closed, the accounts transferred to a bank compliant and on the gold system, and all account holders will be notified accordingly.  You are to have a one to one dollar for dollar exchange of FRN's with the new gold and silver certificates, with no loss in the amount of your money.
    Of course, you will have gained, because your new currency will have real value, backed by hard metals.  You can then take a paper dollar (silver certificate) to the bank and exchange it for a silver dollar, like we did many years ago or twenty dollars (gold certificate) and exchange it for a twenty-dollar gold piece.
    This change is planned to happen yet this month.  A Chinese Family Dynasty bailed out the U.S. this month by providing funds to make military payroll and social security, but there are no funds to do so for October.  That is why the end of the U.S. Government's fiscal year of September 30 is so important.
    Also, the Prosperity Programs and Farm Claims must be paid out under a gold system.  The fight to change the banking system has held back these program pay-outs for years.  It is now possible to move forward with this process.
                            In Love and Light,
                            Patrick H. Bellringer