Possible? Probable? Doubtful?
A experienced banker’s examination of the opinions on the Dinar.
The Dinar will become an international trading currency: Probable. Although the USD is the standard worldwide currency for petroleum transactions, it is necessary for Iraq to have their own trading currency.
The Dinar must re-value for the purpose of using the Dinar for Oil Credits: Doubtful. Governments do not need the Dinar to negotiate preferred pricing for oil with Iraq. The US and China will pay whatever they negotiate with Iraq for the price of oil. The Dinar is not required.
The Dinar will re-value at a rate of $30 or more: Doubtful. The math simply does not add up. Iraq would have to mortgage 100’s of years of future oil profits to RV at a rate that high. Some could cash out at that high rate, but not everyone.
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Information is fluid and is constantly changing: Probable. Even the best ”intel” should be suspect and subject to change.
The Dinar will re-value at a rate in the $3.00 range: Possible. Although this was where things were trading pre war conflict, but it was an artificially set rate and not a true market rate. Many trillions of Dinar has been printed since that time increasing the money supply substantially.
The call centers are manned, un-manned, manned, un-manned: Doubtful. This is not how banking call centers work. Scripts are developed and existing staff is trained. You chain together multiple call centers for periods of high utilization. Call center managers will not pay for people to sit idly by waiting for an event to occur. They prepare in advance with existing staff and multiple centers worldwide. That being said, the scripts will be simple and quick to train and implement.
The elite and politicians have already cashed out: Possible but Doubtful. The alleged lawsuits and pending investigations would put these people behind bars and would give press to an event they are supposedly trying to keep quiet.
The RV is imminent and may occur at any moment: Probable. There are enough processes taking place with verifiable information to support this. The date, time, and rate however are completely unknown.
Other countries in the world have already had their RV for the Dinar: Doubtful. It would be an accounting nightmare subject to substantial fraud. You prepare the participating countries, but the CBI must ultimately “flip the switch”.
The Qi Cards are already being loaded in the $3.00 range. Possible but Doubtful. Debit and Credit cards are established and linked to a primary currency based on their ANSI BIN range. The Qi Cards are in Dinar, and they are paying the card recipients in Dinar. So to load a card at a certain rate does not make sense. If they are paying someone 10,000 Dinar are really loading 38,500 Dinar? The point of sale terminals and settlement would have to match as well as the price of every day goods. There are simply too many unanswered questions on the Qi Cards to rate this as Probable.
The Dinar will make us vast amounts of money: Possible. There is no guarantee but even at an exchange rate of $0.10 would prove substantial for most.
The government is using blogs and Dinar websites to disseminate information: Possible. More likely, however, would be for the government to establish a User ID on the forum and would post for themselves, or provide a link to an official government site with the information once released.
The government may require an NDA to exchange Dinar: Doubtful. 1) The exchange is a legal transaction. 2) NDA’s are difficult to enforce 3) There is simply not enough manpower to monitor and attempt to enforce the NDA’s. Cases against those violating the alleged NDA would be too public, thus contradicting the reason for having an NDA in the first place.
There are problems and delays with the software and systems at the banks: Doubtful. Flashing screens, back screens, and the like are highly unlikely. The product (the Dinar) is simply defined. A rate with an effective date and time is entered. That being said, the settlement process between central banks must be established and tested. This would be a much more involved process and would be time consuming.
The Guru’s are trying to deceive or lead on their audience: Doubtful. My opinion is that they are indeed passing the information from their sources. The situation is simply too fluid, and there are probably five people or less in the world that will know the exact RV date and time, as they will most likely be the ones making that decision. That being said, it may be time for a reality check on the credibility of the sources.