The Ugly Truth About the Iraqi Dinar
Posted on February 10, 2014 by Mike Rothschild
Does it make sense to you than an investment opportunity could pay a 2,750,000% return on what you put in? That for the price of a latte, you could buy a new house, and for the price of a new house, you could become a billionaire? Would you believe these claims, or would you run screaming? Sadly, these ludicrous, utterly unbelievable returns are exactly what a group of currency brokers are selling to their customers, and these customers are angrily taking to social media to demand them from the US government. What’s the story? And how is it actually legal?
Last week, when the phrase “release the RV” began trending on Twitter, I was pretty confused. Was there a recreational vehicle that had been wrongly impounded? What does that even mean?
Then I noticed another unfamiliar trend, the hashtag #wearethepeople. Most of the people using it were clearly new Twitter accounts, didn’t have avatars and only had a few followers. These are the sure signs of sock puppet spambots. But they were also making references to things like a global currency reset, the International Monetary Fund, sovereign debt and justice for the poor. And most interestingly, they were demanding that the US “release the RV.”
Iraqi dinars…or prospective millions of dollars. (rferl.com)
Mysterious Twitter accounts acting in unison to promote a shadowy, unknown agenda related to global money and politics? Smells like a conspiracy to me!
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