Logos12:...was kinda bored waiting on the RV so I looked up the following stats on the IMF website
Since 1985 according to the IMF website:
100% of all RV's where the value has changed over $0.50 have occurred on a Wednesday
100% of all RV's since 1985 have occurred in April or September
73% of all RV's have occurred on April 30th
55% of all RV's have occurred on a Sunday, Monday, Friday, Saturday
45% of all RV's have occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Whats the most popular day of the week....
GJHonor mrs.) this was from last night. greattime wrote abadi is back in iraq today.... good night. greattime wrote 2m ago i have my sources....abadi is home
Tbirdd MRS------i like your info from greattime that abadi IS back home, and then Champagne said that Bruce's call agreed..... wooohoo
RobSharp:My brother came over this morning and was talking about the Friday's call. He said Tony mentioned that 14,000 people where being processed a day. He is not great with math so I explained what a small amount of people that really was.
I told him, it it was 50,000 people it would take 100 day to get through the 5,000,000 who held dinar. I also mentioned that every day more people are added to the numbers. 14,000 is not very many people.
As a side note. I said to him this morning, think about if I happened to go to the bank and cashed out. I went out and bought a new car and planned a trip. You, my brother, would ask if I cashed out. More than likely I would say I can't tell you and wink. But if nothing was said you would know something happened.
The first thing you would do is go out and buy a ton more Dong and Dinar. You would tell some friends that it looks like his brother Cashed in on the currencies and they should buy some. Some of those friends might come over to visit with me to see my new car and ask "so what happen that is new in my life, nice CAR". they might even ask if I RVed and what currencies as my brother had told them.
I of course, would have to say I can not talk about it.
All of this comes down to how fast the word could spread from just 30% of the 14,000. The same thing could be happen in other countries. The way I see it, if this is happening in a slow roll out with Currencies still available at the present rate, then everything is going to blow up in regard to wealth redistribution.
Lester: I really don't think this will be an issue. The banks are getting the go ahead to start the exchanges if they choose to. Some of the banks will do so because they are tired of being on lock down so many times and nothing happens.
The employes that are working with the exchange process must be aggregated with it too. Banks , I would think are concerned on losing more and more of their staff. This early, slow rollout is being allowed because the banks lack of confidence that the RV public announcement will actually happen in the very near future like they are being told.
Some banks will choose to go ahead with the exchanges now, while others are thinking " we are so close lets just wait . In my opinion this is not a big deal. It's a trail run in small numbers for a few days. Wednesday the fifteenth they need to be ready for the appointments!!!!!GO R.V.!!!!!!
Tydye: Robsharp, I think its a great point. I personally know of at least 50 people who, upon seeing my wife quit her job, our purchase of a new home etc..., would go out and load up on currency. All of my extended family would know exactly where the money came from.
Even though the way they're doing it makes no sense, in the back of my head I just can't help but think there's an element of design to all of this. Call me paranoid, but I really hope we're not in for any last minute shenanigans.
Your point is well taken, it doesn't make any sense the way it's proceeding.
Awolle-eagle: The greatest fear that O and the PTB have is that there is now far to may of us lowly redneck types holding foreign currency & hoping to break our dependency on "big brother" and they just can't get past that fear!
Lizardlips: zwolle-eagle, there are so few of us it really will not make much of a difference...
GodBlessTony: zwolle..I don't think "they" think about the people at all...and just worry about keeping their job. We don't exist to them
Iko Ward: Used to be three or four countries decided what was best for themselves and the rest of the world had to go along with it. This is the first global reset where everyone has a voice and, more important, an understanding of what is really happening. If you are looking for simple answers
JD: If Iraq was given enough money to float their country for a year or two, Why would they be in any hurry to RV???
Iko Ward: JD...400M (200 before, 200 now) is a gesture. Between Haliburton and GE they need billions, not to mention consumer goods like Apple. The whole planet is salivating over this reset, and while Dinarland is focused on Iraq the real players are lining up like jackals on the African Carcass. You guys read all the published news coming out of Iraq and dissect it like its the only thing out there. The game is so much bigger.
SweetGram: ~~~~ Word up for today ￼ ~ " THOSE WHO ARE PATIENT ~~~ WAIT WITH JOY IN THE LITTLE THINGS WHILE WAITING FOR THE BIG THINGS TO APPEAR "
OmegaMan: ok this time i mean it…have fun with flowing funds
Awake-in-3D > OMEGA MAN Agreed - They ARE flowing! Plenty of evidence of this if one only looks for it. :) We are in the final-final of events.
Ranger4564 April 15, 2015
To maintain its hegemony, the U.S. must by all means prevent the emergence of rival powers and impede possible current as well as future threats that could emanate from oil states. The ideal condition for enforcing its own goals at a low cost would be the fragmentation of antagonistic power centers through ethnic and religious strife, civil wars, chaos and deep-seated mistrust in the Middle East – always following the well-known premise of ‘divide and rule.’ In fact, we are currently experiencing tremendous changes towards such a chaotic state of affairs
G T April 15, 2015 Iran says nuclear deal depends on lifting of sanctions
By Parisa Hafezi and Sam Wilkin
ANKARA/DUBAI | Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:16am EDT
ANKARA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran said on Wednesday it would only accept a deal over its contested nuclear program if world powers simultaneously lifted all sanctions imposed on it.
Guesses to Exogen’s Picture Clues/Intel:
Hale Ali'i April 15, 2015 I think this may refer to the fact everyone believed the UST to be the bad guys holding everything up, when actually it's been the FED all along and the UST wants this to happen. People are finally realizing who the real "witch" is...I say "Ding Dong, the Witch is Dead"!!
Lightworker > Hale Ali'i Throw water on the FED .. Help me I'm melllllllllting .. lol
KThompson > Hale Ali'i It pretty much confirms who controls the governments. Imagine a private corporation, non government entity being able to have that much power. Pretty sad and disgusting really.
Sylvia > Hale Ali'i Do you see all of this coming to an end Hale
Hale Ali'i > Sylvia Absolutely, without a doubt! :)
jdub April 15, 2015 at 11:27am New York Fed moving to Chicago????
Topic: Great achievement is usually born of great sacrifice, and is never the result of selfishness. Napolian Hill
DAK » April 15th, 2015, 11:26 am
China accepts 57 founding members for new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
By Elizabeth Shim | April 15, 2015 at 9:43 AM
BEIJING, April 15 (UPI) -- China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank finalized a list of 57 founding member states on Wednesday.
The announcement came after China accepted the last group of nations that includes Sweden, Israel, Poland and South Africa, reported The South China Morning Post.
Founding members have the right to establish the rules for the bank's activities. They hold other privileges that will not be available to countries that may opt to join the bank at a later point.
The United States and Japan have abstained from joining the AIIB, but South Korea, a key U.S. ally in the region, has agreed to join as a founding member along with Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Britain, France and Germany.
An overwhelming number of South and Southeast Asian nations have also been approved as founding members by Beijing.
Chinese news agency Xinhua reported the bank would continue to accept new members interested in providing financing for roads, railways, and other infrastructure projects in Asia.
On Wednesday, Taiwan expressed disappointment that Beijing had turned down its application as founding member, reported Voice of America.
Analysts said China is adhering to its principle of allowing only sovereign states join the bank as founding members.
Beijing sees Taiwan as part of its territory and according to Wu Chung-li, a political science research fellow at Academia Sinica in Taipei, Beijing's approval of Taiwan would then raise questions about the statuses of Hong Kong and Macau -- Chinese territories that are granted a greater degree of autonomy than other parts of China.
Hong Kong activists continue to lobby Beijing for more independence.
The AIIB is the first Asian bank to have international backing but to also operate outside the influence of the Bretton Woods banking system.