D.K.C. Just a reminder- RV/GCR Excerpts from ZAP last night: :
IN OTHER GOOD NEWS, OVER THE LAST MONTH, THE CHINA FAMILIES, IMF, FED, TREASURIES, ETC HAVE BEEN HOLDING SECRET MEETINGS HERE AND THERE, AND IN FLORIDA LAST WEEK TO SIGN OFF ON THE GCR, RV, ETC. DOCUMENTS WERE DONE UP, TREATIES, AND THE SEATING ARRANGEMENTS OF COURSE.
THEY DID IT.
THE SCHEDULE IS PRETTY FIRM NOW FOR TUESDAY START OF IT ALL. FUNDS ARE RELEASED, BUT NOT ALLOWED TO BE USABLE UNTIL THEN. THE MONEY WILL THEN FLOW, AND THE COMPENSATIONS FOR THE HISTORIC ASSETS WILL BEGIN.
THE CHANGES ARE UPON US. THE ADVANCES IN THE OVERALL PLAN HAVE ACCELERATED TO THE POINT WHERE IT IS ALL INEVITABLE, AND ABOUT TO BEGIN THIS COMING WEEK.
IN A COUPLE OF DAYS, WE WILL SEE AND HEAR OF MANY OF THESE EVENTS AS IT ALL BEGINS.
IN SUMMARY, WE CAN DO FUKUSHIMA FOR ABOUT A BILLION (CHEAP) AND THIS IS PLEDGED ALREADY, THE PPP IS (AMAZINGLY) COMING TO LIFE AND WILL BE PAYING OUT SOON, AND THE GCR/RV IS ON THE BOOKS FOR THIS COMING WEEK.
THIS IS GOING TO BE QUITE THE AMAZING WEEK FOR US ALL, AND OUR OWN PROJECT FUNDINGS ARE ALREADY WINDING THEIR WAY THROUGH THE SYSTEM TO BEGIN THAT PART.
STAY STRONG AND STEADY DURING THESE INTERESTING TIMES, AND DO NOT JUDGE. JUST WATCH AS IT UNFOLDS. YOU WILL BE TEMPTED TO GET A PITCHFORK READY HERE AND THERE, BUT LEAVE IT IN THE CLOSET. ALL SHOULD BE ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT A SHOT BEING FIRED IF ALL GOES ACCORDING TO PLAN.
MUCH THANKS AND GOD BLESS. IN CONCENTRATED GRATITUDE. ZAP
MegaMealionear: July 20, 2015 IMF MAGIC CARROT-ish CANE
Statement by the IMF on Greece
Press Release No.15/344 July 20, 2015
Mr. Gerry Rice, Director of Communications at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), made the following statement today:
“I can confirm that Greece today repaid the totality of its arrears to the IMF, equivalent to SDR 1.6 billion (about EUR 2.0 billion). Greece is therefore no longer in arrears to the IMF.
“As we have said, the Fund stands ready to continue assisting Greece in its efforts to return to financial stability and growth.”
MegaMealionear: Looks like a CARROT, but it is actually a CANE!
Semperfi01: Heard from deep cover friend out of fort Bragg yesterday said he was told this was scheduled for release Friday afternoon, but because of the suicide bomber in the mosque with so many lives lost it was decided to hold off on the release. Sorry family I was dishearted too.
K-Boom: Everyone should view this unique, historic event as just that. What's that investment adverstisment disclaimer?: Past results are no guarantee of future performance.
Ardvard Ratnik: If you missed the China boom, don’t let Vietnam pass you by
Hanoi, Vietnam July 17, 2015
As Europe burns, Puerto Rico sinks, and China violently gyrates, it’s nice to know there are still some exciting bright spots of growth in the world.
Vietnam is certainly one of them.
The first thing you should know about Vietnam is that it’s a really wonderful place to spend time.
I’ve always loved it here. The food is one of the best parts, heavily influenced by the French occupation of Indochina. It’s incredible.
Hanoi is one of the most picturesque capitals in Asia, with gorgeous French colonial architecture and a plethora of manicured lakes throughout the city.
And the nearby coastline is also one of the most breathtaking in the world; it looks like something out of Avatar.
But what’s really interesting about Vietnam is the growth potential here.
As China transitions into being a more developed economy, they’re no longer able to be the world’s cheapest manufacturers of lower-end products anymore.
Many of the cheaper goods that China used to produce like clothing are now being manufactured here (or in Cambodia).
And that’s the reason I’m here; we’re in talks to acquire an Australian-based business, and I am considering Vietnam as a potential location for the CEO to move the manufacturing operations.
Manufacturing is cheap here due to the low costs and plentiful workforce; there are over 90 million people in Vietnam, and the population is one of the youngest in Asia.
That’s pretty significant given that the life-expectancy here is higher than any developing nation on the continent.
This is a strong sign of future economic growth. Because as young populations age, their disposable income tends to rise. That boosts living standards dramatically.
You can see that already happening here; Vietnam is in what I call its ‘motorbike phase.’ I’ll explain--
If you visit incredibly poor countries across Africa, for example, you’ll see most people walking to get from point A to point B. Or if they’re really lucky, they have access to a bicycle.
But as an economy progresses and grows wealthier, transportation is one of the first things people upgrade.
So then comes the motorbike phase.
That’s where Vietnam is now. Tens of millions of people have swapped their bicycles for motorbikes. And you can see it everywhere.
It’s also at this point that people start buying other middle-class luxuries-- small air-conditioners, laptops, etc.
The next stage in development is the small car phase; this is what we’re seeing in China, which has now become world’s #1 automobile market.
Then you have the big SUV and sports car phase, as we see in developed nations like the United States.
Finally, it all comes full circle in the end, with developed countries like Denmark and the Netherlands going back to walking and bicycles. Though this time it’s by choice, not out of poverty.
Vietnam is eager to keep moving up. And the government recently passed some incredibly favorable laws to provide incentives for foreign investors to come here.
Foreigners, for example, can now own and control Vietnamese companies. This is a huge benefit which promises to be a major economic boon in coming years.
Yet despite all of this potential, the Vietnamese stock market is quite cheap.
Some of the largest companies in Vietnam trade at single-digit P/E ratios, and far less than their book value. Yet they’re profitable and often pay dividends in the 4% to 6% range.
I highly doubt that’s going to last. But for now Vietnam is an overlooked oasis, just like Colombia and some of our other favorites.
I think the growth trajectory here will be very much like China’s has been over the last decades. In fact, I think Vietnam is very much like China was 15-20 years ago.
So if you missed the China boom, don’t let Vietnam pass you by. It’s a place that should definitely be on your radar.
Simon Black Founder, SovereignMan.com
Topic: The past, the present and the future are really one: they are today. Harriet Beecher Stowe
JDTolle: » July 20th, 2015, Sincerely effective
The more sincere your efforts are, the more effective they will be. Ultimate effectiveness comes from the highest degree of sincerity.
When you’re acting from your essence, you’re acting at your highest level of strength. Let the real you come forth in whatever you do, and it can be almost magical.
You have great value that’s yours and yours alone, but if you keep that value hidden away, it is of no use to anyone. Put the value of the inner you into your outer life and actions, and everyone will benefit.
Allow sincerity to infect your thoughts and actions with its positive power. Use your time and energy to contribute to life rather than concealing yourself from life.
Go with the most sincere choice and say the most sincere thing. Be open and honest, allowing your uniqueness to shine through.
Be sincere. And get more results, more influence, more life and richness from your time and effort.
Ralph Marston Wishing All a safe and blessed day JDT
P.S. Let the beauty of what you love, be what you do.-- Rumi