1stSeelToe: The Signs are More Clear
If we look we shall see, if we listen we shall hear, and if we remain alert we shall witness our own enlightenment! So many things going on as of late, was called to the bank to pick up VND Dong order that had arrived! The bank teller asked if my purchase was for a trip to Vietnam or was I getting ready for the revaluation/reset!
My answer was I am hedging against the dollar drop of course! Also spoke with my wealth manager and he mentioned that I knew more about the coming events than he could say or even knew, but he shared that he is now holding VND!
I asked if it was better if I left the VND at the bank so they could call upon the revaluation and he said not to leave it in bank and make sure I had any enough spending money on hand cause you never know when you might need it, I asked if he meant that the bank might have to close and he said he didn't know what I was talking about with a grin!
As I was leaving he wanted to thank me again for sharing the info about the GCR!
Siriushaha: It seems that per this bank manager comments banks might be closed for a short period for some kind of financial event. So be prepared to have some cash on hand during this period.
Phantom1: Well guys and girls had I good friend that's like a brother to me let me know that his friend that's close to him his wife is a manager at a "Chase bank"
and she said that they had some training for currency and was aware of the upcoming RV but couldn't give anymore info. I was like yes baby good to here positive news so close to home.
well hope its all true and that its this week to go TNT our blessing is around the corner.
Keep the faith guys ... been on this ride too long to give up like many of you, when we are so close our prize is just in site .... Don't give up we all have needs and circumstances alike so keep the faith hangin will soon get what we have been looking for. Go TNT come on RV.
CyberCyndi wrote: I went into Chase yesterday to notarize some gift letters. The notary disappeared with the letters and 5 mins later returned with the asst manager who, "because of the contents of the letters", proceeded to warn me that if I was doing this in hopes of a revaluation, it was a scam ...... one that has been "going on for the last 10 years".
To which I said "it's interesting that you would call it a scam when, in fact, I have bought all my Dong from you". She said the currencies are not a scam, just the idea of a revaluation.
I said, "if it revalues, would you like me to bring in my receipts and show you"? I was told that if it revalued, they would be glad to cash me out.
Cal:Russia vows to switch to other currencies over US sanctions threat
The Govt. has taught a whole country to blame others for their wrong doing!
The US need some one else to blame for their bad financial management of our Currency throughout the world.
This could be the excuses they need to blame Russia for the currency meltdown, and forced to move to another system!
We will see! Come on RV!
Russia can dodge any proposed US sanctions by switching to other currencies and creating its own payment system, Putin’s economic advisor Sergei Glazyev said Tuesday. A senior Kremlin official has denounced Glazyev’s remark on US-Russia economic ties, calling them "a personal opinion" inconsistent with the Kremlin stance.
This comes amid US threats to pile sanctions on Russia over its stand on the Ukrainian coup. US Senate is currently debating possible measures against Moscow.
Senator Christ Murphy, the chairman of the Senate's Europe subcommittee, said lawmakers were considering such options as imposing sanctions on Russia's banks and freezing assets of Russian public institutions and private investors.
Sergei Glazyev told reporters today Russia would have to switch to other currencies to curb its dependence on the United States.
"We have wonderful economic and trade relations with our Southern and Eastern partners," he emphasized. "We will find a way not just to eliminate our dependence on the US but also profit from these sanctions."
Sanctions imposed by the US against the Russian government institutions will force Russia to recognize the impossibility of loans repayment to the US banks, Presidential Aide Sergei Glazyev said.
"If sanctions are applied against state structures, we will be forced to recognize the impossibility of repayment of the loans that the US banks gave to the Russian structures. Indeed, sanctions are a double-edged weapon, and if the US chooses to freeze our assets, then our equities and liabilities in dollars will also be frozen. This means that our banks and businesses will not return the loans to American partners," he said.
Russia urges Ukrainian regime to return to legitimacy
Russia will only engage in a dialog with the ruling Ukrainian regime if it "returns to legitimacy," Putin’s senior advisor Sergei Glazyev has said.
"This regime is illegal, it is profoundly Russophobic. Some people in the Ukrainian government, who have seized power by force, are on terrorist lists. They are criminals," Glazyev underscored.
"I cannot imagine us having any serious dialog with criminals, apart from talks that would bring them back into the legal framework, restore the rule of law and make Yatsenyuk, Klitschko, Tyagnibok and European ministers deliver on their promises [made in connection with the Feb. 21 agreements]," he said.
Putin's advisor Glazyev 'not authorized' to speak on Cabinet behalf – Kremlin
The Kremlin has expressed its surprise over remarks of President Putin’s economic security advisor Sergei Glazyev who claimed today Russia could easily dodge US sanctions. Russian media have learnt this from a senior official in the Putin administration.
Mr. Glazyev said earlier today that Russia would be forced to switch to other currencies and set up its own payment system if US Senate were to sanction it over Ukraine.
The advisor claimed that Moscow would recommend everyone to get rid of their US Treasury bonds if the United States froze the assets of Russian public institutions and private investors. He added that Russia would also have to default on its loans to American banks.
"Mr. Glazyev has not been authorized to talk on behalf of the Russian government and especially to voice such unacceptable measures," the source in the Kremlin said. He stressed it was Glazyev's "personal opinion" that had nothing to do with Russia's official stance.
Voice of Russia, RIA
Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_04/268000581/
Topic: Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power. Abraham Lincoln
The Daisy Chain of Fraud is about to unravel! Bubble #2 is now ready to implode
Posted by Sqwatchy on March 18, 2014 at 10:37am
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