Correction from Scottie G on the call posted earlier, please read very important
Scotti G: Robert, If you have access to some blogs, I would appreciate if you would copy and post this nutshell synopsis of the call. Everyone is getting a year old call and thinking it is current.
My apologies for not hitting the record button on the conference call today. It seems that some are able to access a call from last year. I do apologize for the mistake. This call was not announced early enough and there was some difficulty in getting some of the Dinar sites to allow us to promote the call.
Donnie R didn’t make the call and my friends WmAWhite and Bear5642 joined me. Here is what I shared.
I addressed the Bonds which CBI director Turki picked up in Geneva on the 12th of Nov. He initially picked up 3 billion bonds.
A banker inquired as to why he was picking up the bonds because you have to have a currency of value!!!!!! Imagine that.
Read More Link on Right
One my contacts uncovered that this was more of a major event than is visible on the surface.
Short version is that once the Bonds are released for sale, they should go quick. We should expect to see the change in value of the Dinar shortly after the sale is completed.
I explained that I know with certainty many of the cards in Iraq indeed are loaded with a value of $3.44 per Dinar. It stands to reason that until the currency does revalue that the currency is likely in USD.
The activity with banking facilities is most important to the preparations for the release. I advised many during the summer that Chase indeed is the lead banking institution to work with Iraq for the International bank in Baghdad. The Standard Chartered Banks in Iraq should all be opened before the end of the year.
Other than this information, I encouraged everyone to be smart and be careful with all the talk about 800 numbers and Non-disclosure Agreements. It is better to be smart and careful than lose this once in a lifetime opportunity.
That is the call in a nutshell. My apologies again for not recording it.