The nation of Zimbabwe has tried six times since leaving the British Commonwealth to establish a stable currency despite sanctions imposed by the US and the UK. The nation, formerly known as South Rhodesia, has been courted most recently once again by the British crown to join the commonwealth all be it under false pretenses.
Secret talks between the British Crown and the Zimbabwe government involved many promises by the newly crowned king Charles the Third which he has been unable to fulfill. The crown of England had once claimed they were the owners of a lien against all of the nation’s inground assets, however, this claim was untrue. Although initiated by Blue Dragon’s crown corporation, the lien was given to the Trust Ms. Goguen now runs.
The Zimbabwe government was instructed to start production on its gold mines in order to use the production contracts to support the coin. However, the crown corporation must have forgotten they gave the lien over to the trust in order to receive money to fund the nation-state over the years until the gravy train ended in 2007. President Emmerson Mnangagwa, of Zimbabwe was in attendance at the coronation last Saturday in the UK and held many talks with known Deep State actors such as Tony Blair.
The private discussions talked about agreements to rejoin the Commonwealth in exchange for the use of Zimbabwe’s inground assets to support its digital currency. However, the World Economic Forum and the crown are completely out of touch with the reality Zimbabweans face on the ground.
Lack of internet infrastructure, electricity, and most importantly lack of trust in the government were all contributing factors as to why it would have been nearly impossible to launch a digital currency. Furthermore, by Monday, no assets as promised by the British Crown were returned. Negotiations have begun between Ms. Goguen and the nation’s central bank as of yesterday to attempt to repair the situation if, and this is a ‘big if’, they no longer take orders from the Crown and, or America’s Deep State.