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    Commencing 10 May, 2017 - The Redemption of all of the Historical Assets will officially commence on the Tenth of May, 2017 in accordance with the Protocols as set forth in the official Letter of Instruction - The Buyer is the Seller and the Seller is the Buyer. This Redemption Program will be open to Trustees, Proxies and others who are officially and lawfully in Possession of any and all Historical Assets:

    While there are many Specialized Agencies of the United Nations tasked with various functions in regards to Humanitarian Causes, Infrastructure, Development and even matters of Global Finance, GIDIFA is the only one duly Authorized to run the Historical Asset Redemption Programs. As such, everything will be done in accordance with the original Letter Of Instruction for the redemption program. In order to participate in the Historical Asset Redemption Program it will be necessary to be a member of GIDIFA though this will work out to the benefit of all of those individuals who do participate. In accordance with the Letter of Instruction, there will be restrictions placed on how the proceeds are distributed and in how they may be utilized though in such a manner as to make it very profitable for those who are holding the Historical Assets.

    To fully understand this, it is first necessary to understand the difference between the Asset Holders and the Asset Owners. As many people will be well aware, the Historical Assets have been scattered to the proverbial winds. A great many people in different nations around the globe currently have possession of some cases, a great many of the Historical Assets. These people are by right and by law, the Asset Holders. Ownership would imply a purchase and while there may be some people who have purchased Historical Assets from others, this does not make them the owner. In the case of the Historical Assets, the person whose gold backs up these assets is the rightful owner, thus the first portion of the Letter of Instruction wherein “The Buyer is the Seller and the Seller is the Buyer.”

    The Letter of Instruction was set up by the M1 or the Monetary One at the time of the original implementation of the Historical Asset Program. It is explained that “Master” Accounts or “Mother” Accounts were set up based on the gold held in reserve to back-up the creation of the assets. The interest on those accounts are the only accounts in the world with a sufficient quantity of funds to wholly redeem the Historical Assets that are in place. There were also additional instructions however, as this was originally designed, in compliance with the Bretton Woods Convention, to establish individual, sovereign trusts for each and every citizen of the world in order that they should have the basic necessities of life provided for them without having to increase tax rates to oppressive levels. As such, there are additional restrictions on how the funds from the redemption can be utilized.

    As per the Letter of Instruction, seventy percent (70%) of all proceeds from the Historical Asset Redemption Program will be used to fund Humanitarian Projects. (See the Section on Projects and Project Funding for examples of Humanitarian Projects that are allowed.. and what restrictions are in place as well) The Humanitarian Projects of the Asset Holders are not only allowed but encouraged. Those funds derived from the Seventy Percent of the proceeds not utilized by the Asset Holders for the purpose of Humanitarian Projects will be used to fund other projects by GIDIFA and/or by other Asset Holders to insure an equitable distribution of funds and also to insure that the median standard of living is raised for the entire population of the world, not just for a select few. As with the Original Plan of the Experts, the ultimate goal is to eradicate poverty entirely and to ensure a global infrastructure and financial system stable enough to dissuade nations from going to war to resolve their differences or worse yet, simply to fatten their own coffers.

    Twenty Percent of the Proceeds from the Historical Asset Redemption Program will be returned to the original owner(s) of the Assets and/or the holder of the Gold that was used as a reserve for the Historical Assets. This leaves only ten percent for the Asset Holders and some people seem to question whether or not this is “fair” and wonder why they will not receive compensation for the full face value of the Historical Assets. There are a great many reasons for this but it will actually serve to benefit the Asset Holders in a great many ways.

    The vast majority of the Historical Assets are valued in the Trillions and even Quadrillions of US Dollars. The amounts had to be that large initially to allow for the rebuilding of the entire world after virtually all of the infrastructure of the world had been destroyed. Something had to be done to begin construction so that the individual nations could rebuild their infrastructures and actually restart their industries and begin rebuilding their GDP and International Trade. The Banking Industries of the United Nations were established to handle the distribution of those funds while GIDIFA was tasked with the creation of what would become known as the Historical Assets and to begin the process of rebuilding the war-torn infrastructure around the globe. For this reason, there are assets from all around the globe and many are valued in the trillions of dollars and collectively, they add up to quadrillions of dollars.

    Given that trillions of dollars would be enough to literally buy and sell many national economies, to release such an amount into the hands of any individual would be foolhardy at best. Even someone with the best of intentions could inadvertently crash the entire global economic system. Such an economic crash would, if history is any indicator, would lead to yet another global war wherein all of the people of the world would suffer. The original idea behind the Historical Assets was to transition from a wartime economy to a peacetime economy and to rebuild the Global Physical, Cyberi and Economic Infrastructure. GIDIFA was further tasked with implementing this same system on a more permanent basis. Rather than having a transitional system that allowed for greater benefit to the people of the world, GIDIFA developed a means to implement it as a wholly and permanent peacetime alternative financial system. This money belongs as much to the entire world as it does to any individual Asset Holder though there are additional benefits for the Asset Holders that will ultimately help them even more.

    The Proceeds to be used for the Humanitarian Projects will not be “spendable” all at once and as such, they will be traded in order to fund even more Humanitarian Projects. The proceeds from these trades will be split in the same manner as referenced previously in this article. This means that the Asset Holders will also enjoy the benefit of an additional ten percent of the proceeds from all of the trades generated by the Historical Assets that they have redeemed. The system is set up like this so that the currencies can be redistributed into the economic system without creating a period of inflation or deflation or otherwise endangering the economic system. The vast majority of the proceeds from the redemption will be given out in the form of digital currency. There is additional benefit to such a manner of redistribution as it will allow for the currency in the system to continually circulate, strengthening local, national and global economic systems while at the same time allowing for the newly rich to maintain a larger savings without actually removing currency from the system. In other words, the vast majority of the proceeds will actually strengthen the economy as they were intended from the beginning while being sustainable enough to work in a wholly peacetime economic climate.

    If you are interested in participating in the Historical Asset Redemption Program, download the Membership Application and the KYC CIS documents from this page, fill them out completely and submit them along with the membership fee to GIDIFA. (Right click on the file of choice and select "save as" or the save option available based on your browser and browser settings) Individual Membership is currently set at Five Thousand US Dollars, Corporate Membership at Twenty-Five thousand US Dollars, Organizational Membership at One Hundred Thousand US Dollars and National Membership will vary based on Treaty Negotiations and Agreements reached by and between GIDIFA and the Individual Nation. All members will enjoy and be eligible to benefit from all of the GIDIFA Projects and Programs.


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