(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Benjamin Fulford’s report from February 13th, 2017 has been updated. Click here to read the full report.
The hardest power struggle of all, though, will be over control of the Federal Reserve Board. On that front, the announced resignation last week of two top Fed officials, Board of Governors member Daniel Tarullo and top Fed lawyer Scott Alvarez means that, when combined with existing vacancies Trump will be filling, the Trump regime can now take effective control of the Fed. The last President to pull off a feat like that and not get assassinated was Andrew Jackson but Trump has the backing of the US military so he might just pull it off.
Since the globally traded US dollars have been shifted now towards a system centered on China, it increases the chances that the US will be issuing treasury dollars separate from international dollars, possibly within a few months. This will also, as mentioned at the top of the article, mean a total revamp of the international financial and political architecture. However, this will have to wait until the power struggles in the US and China are completed.
Benjamin Fulford — February 13th 2017: US and China are both busy with internal power struggles so the world will have to wait
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