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The Money Failed In The Land Of Egypt

Good Day; And when money failed in the land of Egypt, and in the land of Canaan is from Genesis 47:15!

When Joseph’s family realized it was him, they came to stay with him in Egypt. Then Joseph took five of his brothers to the king and told him, “My father and my brothers have come from Canaan. They have brought their sheep, goats, cattle, and everything else they own to the region of Goshen.”

Remember, there was a worldwide famine taking place. The famine was bad everywhere in Egypt and Canaan, and the people were suffering terribly. So Joseph sold them the grain that had been stored up, and he put the money in the king’s treasury. 

But when everyone had run out of money, or in other words, money failed in the land of Egypt, the Egyptians came to Joseph and demanded, “Give us more grain! If you don’t, we’ll soon be dead, because our money’s all gone.”

“If you don’t have any money,” Joseph answered, “give me your animals, and I’ll let you have some grain.” From then on, they brought him their horses and donkeys and their sheep and goats in exchange for grain.

Within a year Joseph had collected every animal in Egypt. They ran out of animals, and livestock and confessed to Joseph, “We are broke, and we don’t have any more animals. We have nothing left except ourselves and our land.”

The famine became so severe that Joseph finally bought every piece of land in Egypt for the king and made everyone the king’s slaves, except the priests. The king gave the priests a regular food allowance, so they did not have to sell their land. Then Joseph said to the people, “You and your land now belong to the king. I’m giving you seed to plant, but one-fifth of your crops must go to the king. You can keep the rest as seed or as food for your families.”

“Sir, you have saved our lives!” they answered. “We are glad to be slaves of the king.” This reminds me of this phrase that recently became popular.

“You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy” (alternatively “you’ll own nothing and be happy”) is a phrase originating in a 2016 video by the World Economic Forum (WEF), summarizing an essay written by Danish politician Ida Auken. The phrase has been used by critics who accuse the WEF of desiring restrictions on ownership of private property.

Then Joseph made a law that one-fifth of the harvest would always belong to the king. Only the priests did not lose their land.

Too bad most people do not understand parables and metaphors; also too bad people today do not understand history. If you missed it all, Joseph was prime minister to the pharaoh and was in charge of sustaining Egypt during the drought and economic bust Egypt (Cush was part of Egypt at this time) and Canaan were experiencing.

The money failed. Around the world, people are concerned the US Dollar will fail. This is why “cryptocurrencies” have become popular, but more importantly, it is why other nations, like China and Russia, have set out to make sure of themselves.

If the money failed, Egypt may have been the world’s reserve currency as the US Dollar is today. If the money fails, all economies attached to the world’s reserve currency will experience tremendous difficulties as the Egyptian people did. As the bearer of bad news today, we are right at the doorsteps of the US Dollar failing.

Have you ever been in an elevator that malfunctioned and went into a free-fall from the 10th floor and regained its’ control at floor 2 right before a crash? I’m glad you haven’t. What about riding a “Giant Drop” type ride at an amusement park? The world is about to experience a free fall like that.

How do you prepare yourself for the consequences of bad governing of money by the governments of the world? AKOPPI has its plan, which we are following, and hoping you have a plan also. If not, you may need to consider developing a plan sooner than later.

The money failed in the land of Egypt, and the money is about to fail in the Americas, the West, and all around the world.

Power be with you.

Minister Koko

Consul General, AKOPPI


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