Emailed to Recaps:
Timeline for thought - from Martha, sent to Recaps
Here is a possible new time line to watch.
10/7/2015 is the end of the Chinese National Holiday.
If you look at the date you will see 7-7-7 AND 8-8-8. All great Chinese numbers.
If you back and read Zap this date was to a release time for the Historical Bond assets. This is also the end of the UN meetings.
Anyone else wants to add, be my guest cause I am retiring to unknown places. ….lol
Please post…..I expect more info from Zap who is in China and should be posting tonight.
Russia Claims ISIS Now On The Ropes As Fighters Desert After 60 Airstrikes In 72 Hours
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 10/04/2015 10:15 -0400
One question that’s been asked repeatedly over the past thirteen months is why Washington has been unable to achieve the Pentagon’s stated goal of “degrading and defeating” ISIS despite the fact that the “battle” pits the most advanced air force on the planet against what amounts to a ragtag band of militants running around the desert in basketball shoes.
Those of a skeptical persuasion have been inclined to suggest that perhaps the US isn’t fully committed to the fight. Explanations for that suggestion range from the mainstream (the White House is loathe to get the US into another Mid-East war) to the “conspiratorial” (the CIA created ISIS and thus doesn’t want to destroy the group due to its value as a strategic asset).
The implication in all of this is that a modern army that was truly determined to destroy the group could likely do so in a matter of months if not weeks and so once Russia began flying sorties from Latakia, the world was anxious to see just how long the various rebel groups operating in Syria could hold up under bombardment by the Russian air force.
The answer, apparently, is “less than a week.”
On Saturday, the Russian Ministry of Defense said it has conducted 60 bombing runs in 72 hours, hitting more than 50 ISIS targets.
According to the ministry Islamic State fighters are in a state of “panic” and more than 600 have deserted.
Sabickford: This RV is slower than a herd of turtles stampeding through peanut butter.
I don't go crazy. I am Crazy! I just go normal from time to time.
Silence is Golden But Duct Tape Is Silver
I know the voices in my head aren't real - But sometimes their Ideas are just absolutely Awesome
My Dad would swear and then say "Excuse My French". One Day the Teacher Asked if anyone could speak a foreign Language and I Raised My Hand.
You're getting old when you get the same sensation from a rocking chair that you once got from a roller coaster.
you know you're getting old when you stoop to tie your shoes and wonder what else you can do while you're down there.
Yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.
Why is it that most nudists are people you don't want to see naked?
Why is ‘abbreviation’ such a long word?
Why is it called lipstick if you can still move your lips?
Why do they lock gas station bathrooms? Are they afraid someone will clean them?
You never really learn to curse until you learn to drive.
The probability of meeting someone you know increases a hundredfold when you're with someone you're not supposed to be seen with.
No matter how smart you are you can never convince someone stupid that they are stupid.
Backdoc: WHY ARE WE NOT SURPRISED THUNDER? HEEE HEEE (See Article Below)
ITS ALL ABOUT THE BIRTH OF MULTILATERALISM AS WE SEE IN SYRIA.
IRAN RUSSIA CHINA ISREAL AND THE SIDESTEPPING U. S. ARE NOW REVEALING THE MULTILATERAL AGENDA!!
WELCOME TO THE ONE WORLD CURRENCY, THE SDR. WHEN PRINTED, WILL IT STILL BE CALLED THE BANCOR? MMMM
THE IMF WILL REVEAL THAT IN THE YEARS TO COME. DOC IMO
Thunderhawk: IMF may include RMB in currency basket in November
In November 2015, the International Monetary Fund will conduct another round of screening procedures on whether to include the renminbi in the currency basket of its special drawing rights (SDR), almost five years since the last screening, the Beijing-based Economic Observer reports.
On May 26, the IMF, after ending its evaluation on China's economy, said the renminbi over the past year has seen its real effective exchange rate (REER) appreciate sharply, signaling that the currency is no longer undervalued. This is the first time the IMF has not judged the renminbi to be undervalued, indicating that the currency has a good chance of being included in the SDR currency basket in November.
SDRs are supplementary foreign exchange reserve assets defined and maintained by the IMF. Their value is based on a basket of key international currencies reviewed by the IMF every five years. Based on the latest review conducted on December 30, 2010, the SDR basket consists of the following four currencies: the US dollar, comprising 41.9%, the euro, comprising 37.4%, the British pound, 11.3%, and the Japanese yen, 9.4%. The IMF discussed the possibility of including the renminbi in 2010 but it did not approve the proposal.
Backdoc: HERE WE GO THUNDER. JUST LIKE WE SAID! (See Article Below)
GET READY FOR A SPRINGBOARD INTO THE NEW REALITY. THE MULTILATERALISM IS AT HAND. AND YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS MY FRIEND, HEEEE HEEEE
ITS TIME TO MAKE THE DOUGHNUTS. LOL
THE NEW GLOBAL REALITY PRICES IN STOCKS, CURRENCIES ECT ARE CLOSE AT HAND. WATCH THINGS GET WORSE VERY VERY QUICK NOW AND THEN A RESET.
BINGO. DOC IMO
Thunderhawk: :China begins to disclose reserves portfolio to IMF
China has begun to report its foreign reserve portfolio to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), an effort to improve its data disclosure transparency.
The IMF confirmed China’ s participation in the currency composition of official foreign exchange reserves (COFER) survey for the first time, said the IMF spokesman Gerry Rice in an email on Wednesday.
The IMF on Wednesday released the quarterly data on COFER for the second quarter of this year, and for the first time it published a list of economies that have agreed to have their names released as COFER participants, which includes the participation of China.
The IMF said that China has reported a representative portfolio on a partial basis and will gradually increase the reported portfolio to full coverage of foreign exchange reserve assets within a period of around two to three years.
This move is part of China’ s efforts to subscribe to the IMF’ s Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS) and increase data transparency.
China’ s State Administration of Foreign Exchange has published China’ s reserves in the Reserves Template format, a major element of the SDDS, marking an important step toward increased transparency, said Edwin Truman, a former U.S. treasury official and now a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Truman told Xinhua that the move could help facilitate the RMB’ s inclusion in the IMF’ s special drawing right (SDR) basket this year.
According to the IMF, the global foreign exchange reserves rose to 11.46 trillion U.S. dollars in the second quarter of this year, from 11.44 trillion dollars in the first quarter. The IMF did not provide country-specific data and eliminate the data breakdown for advanced economies and emerging and developing economies due to confidentiality reason.