Egypt In Crisis As Egyptian Pound Is Heavily Devalued – What This Means

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen regarding the fall of Egypt’s economy as globalist central bankers manipulate the markets and print the Egyptian Pound into oblivion. After Egypt decided to float their currency while the IMF licks their lips at the possibility of a 12 billion dollar loan, the pound has been falling drastically causing immense instability and possibly moving Egypt towards another bloody revolution much like the 2011 Tahrir Square standoff.
John Sneisen and Josh Sigurdson break down how this currency manipulation works. Why the IMF wants to come in. What this means in the future and what the people of Egypt and others throughout the world facing the same situation should do to ensure their safety and insurance against the global economic calamity we all face.
Don’t underestimate the power of debt enslavement. Central bankers and central planners depend on our subservience once we’ve lost everything. Their agenda is playing out and it’s up to the individual to protect themselves and their family.

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Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

Featuring:
Josh Sigurdson
John Thore Stub Sneisen

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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