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Reader: "I feel we all need to understand why the Dinar is important."
Posted By: hobie [Send E-Mail]
Date: Wednesday, 23-May-2012 15:44:28
(Thanks, G. :)
Reader Gunny writes (and I'll respond, following):
I feel we all need to understand why the Dinar is important.
I only recently and somewhat vaguely realize what it means for the PP programs, new currency, End of Fed, etc.Maybe one of your more learned Agents like Mr. Ed or yourself would like to fill us all in a bit deeper if you have time.This is Important and most everyone (Old Readers and New alike) might appreciate all the ramifications.
(hobie here.) Sure. :) I've explained this multiple times already, particularly when someone has written to complain about my posting the dinarguru information - but, one more time:
What we're expecting is not simply "revaluation of the Iraqi dinar" but "revaluation of 165 national currencies", any moment now.
This appears to be an aspect of what folks have long referred to as the "Global Settlements", a settling of accounts and balancing of the books among the nations.
That settling of accounts appears to be part of or prefatory to the introduction of new currencies and a new banking system - that is, the end of the Federal Reserve as we've known it, and the dethroning of the people who have been in control of it.
The end of the Federal Reserve further implies the end of the Infernal Revenoo Circus and of Corp. US, and a return to Constitutionality in America with similar changes around the world.Pause and let all that sink in for a moment. :)
If we're coming to the end of Corp. US, we may be about to see the "mass arrests" spoken of by Drake and others.
With the revaluation of so many currencies all at once, it's impossible to know ahead of time what the on-the-street purchasing power of any of those currencies will be. However, it appears the valuation of the Iraqi dinar was artificially reduced at the time of Bush's invasion - so in that sense it has more room for its valuation to rise, now, than might be expected.
The new banking system, not involving fiat money and not debt-based, will need something to be based on - and apparently it's the wealth represented by the "prosperity programs" that will be that basis and that will "prime the pump" for the new banking.
We're keeping an eye on the Iraqi dinar situation because it's "the tip of the iceberg" for all the rest.