In Lazarus 

When will the US RV?

Please stop listening to people sitting in their mother’s basement bored out of their minds with nothing to do than type on a keyboard all day. All the signs are there for you to see and they are clear as day. Before we get to that lets answer some questions.

Have there been legitimate delays? Yes

Has there been interference from within? Yes

Have there been people removed from this process? Yes

Have there even been some paymasters replaced? Yes

Have there been several attempts to hack the new system? Yes

Are they trying to transition over worthless derivatives and attach them to the new currency? Yes

Have they been successful? NO

Has this caused a delay? Yes, Yes and Yes

There are people posting that, for some reason they have the misconception that they are obligated to know when it will trigger, and also inform you of the same.

There are people sitting in the actual room that could not swear to an exact moment and time. How is some guy playing Intel Guru going to?

If any of you are under the misconception that the holiday season is somehow relevant please seek the counsel of someone that know something about business and especially retail. The winter holiday season was over in July. There is no lead time remaining to generate any meaningful inventory for year’s end.

So when should the US have RV’ed? Last night.

Why? Because the Petro-Dollar and the US T-Bills officially died. China saw to it –

Not only can petroleum be purchased in Gold Backed Yuan, but the Yuan could be redeemed for physical gold at both the Hong Kong and Shanghai exchanges.

Now that China has the US at “check” what is left for “check mate”? Crypto currencies. And Here is the death of “Silly Con” valley’s Bit Coin and all their thieves.

Will the world RV without the US, or will they force the US’s hand? They are forcing it now.

There are many countries that utilize the dollar and depend on it. Many without any other currency. If that was to happen, they would be immediately decimated. I have provided a short list and description below.

In the mean time, this could not possibly be any closer than it is right now. Have Faith. And please remember, “In the absence of humility no one ascends”

God’s speed, Lazarus

U.S. Territory or Foreign Country
Relationship with United States
Geographic Location
Population (2014)
Gross Domestic Product (2013)

United States of America
Federal Republic
North America
$16.8 Trillion

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Unincorporated territory of the U.S.
Northeastern Caribbean
$103.1 Billion

Independent country
Northwestern South America
$94.5 Billion

Republic of El Salvador
Independent country
Central America
$24.3 Billion

Republic of Zimbabwe
Independent country
Southeast Africa
$13.5 Billion

Unincorporated territory of the U.S.
Western Pacific Ocean
$4.9 Billion

Virgin islands of the United States
Insular area territory of the U.S.
$3.8 Billion

Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
Independent country
Maritime Southeast Asia
$1.6 Billion

American Samoa
Unincorporated territory of the U.S.
South Pacific Ocean
$711 Million

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Unincorporated territory of the U.S.
Western Pacific Ocean
$682 Million

Federated States of Micronesia
Six Sovereign Countries
Subregion of Oceania
$316.2 Million

Republic of Palau
Island Country
Western Pacific Ocean
$247 Million

Marshall Islands
Island Country
Near Equator in the Pacific Ocean
$191 Million

Source: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. Britannica Book of the Year (2015)

The British Virgin Islands and the British Turks and Caicos islands also use the U.S. dollar as their official currency of exchange.

Quasi-Use of the U.S. Dollar

The U.S. dollar is also widely used throughout the world as a quasi-currency of exchange.

While it should be no surprise that the U.S. dollar is widely accepted for commerce in both Canada and Mexico, the U.S. dollar is accepted in numerous tourist destinations, including the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Sint Maarten, St Kitts and Nevis, the ABC Islands of Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, and the BES Islands, which also includes the island of Bonaire, as well Sint Eustatius and Saba, now collectively known as the Caribbean Netherlands.

(Read Find The Top Caribbean Islands For Retirement)

The U.S. dollar is also used as a quasi-currency in a host of popular U.S. retirement destinations, including the countries of Belize and Panama, and in some places in Costa Rica. U.S. dollars are also widely accepted in Nicaragua, and people in the U.S. military can likely attest that the U.S. dollar is gaining widespread popularity throughout the Philippines

(read more This Asian Nation Is Poised For Steady Growth).

For the truly adventurous traveler, the acceptance of the U.S. dollar can be tested in countries such as the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia, Liberia, the major cities of Vietnam, and the Old City of Jerusalem.

The Bottom Line

The U.S. dollar is the most widely used currency in the world because of its stability. Barring some unforeseen catastrophe, the U.S. dollar will likely remain the global currency of choice.

Read more: Countries That Use The U.S. Dollar | Investopedia