[AuntieTeeTee] that's actually BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa)
cherryberry] drl good morning where is this from?
[AuntieTeeTee] BRICS, originally "BRIC" before the inclusion of South Africa in 2010, is the title of an association of emerging national economies: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. With the possible exception of Russia, the BRICS members are all developing or newly industrialised countries, but they are distinguished by their large, fast-growing economies and significant influence on regional and global affairs. As of 2013, the five BRICS countries represent almost 3 billion people, with a combined nominal GDP of US$14.9 trillion, and an estimated US$4 trillion in combined foreign reserves. Presently, South Africa holds the chair of the BRICS group.
[goin4broke] drl sounds great. Is this your opinion or is this in an article or post somewhere?
[freedom13] that article right there is why our usa dollar will collapse
[AuntieTeeTee] EURO will go 1st ... then the USD!
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goin4broke] BRICS started because they're tired of the US screwing them. They have to pay fees to change the dollar into their own currencies and all the printing of phoney money by the FED has them all holding what they view as worthless paper. Can't blame them just upset that those in control of US are too dumb or don't care to try to come to some resolution before the US is viewed as an outsider.
[BOBGETZ6] goin4broke AMEN to that
[Imperium] goin4broke BRICS = Divine Grace
[goin4broke] Funny these countries feel they're holding worthless paper. Huh, do any of us resemble that feeling with our Dinar? ha ha
[goin4broke] Imperium Divine grace and countries that may be pushing the meaning some ha ha
Larry] Baghdad (AIN) -The Iraqi parliament lifted its regular session of Saturday till next Monday. AIN correspondent said on Saturday "The session's agenda included reading and voting on a number of law drafts," noting "the session was lifted till next Monday." /End/
diamondcutter] Kuwait reaffirms the visiting Prime Minister Jaber to Iraq next month
[spiritfilled] Robertprofessor well hello music man..things are good ..saw this mornings posts ..things continue to be right there...you agree??
[Robertprofessor] spiritfilled I can't believe we haven't seen the rv this past week already. It seems every day has been THE day, but here we are. I think the level of expectation is sky high though. I hope WD can bring us up to date.
[RFrost] Robertprofessor I talked to my offline sources....they say its just more maneuvers in the process. Makes you wonder about all the different motivators behind the players....its easy to come up with lots of thoughts on that subject
Robertprofessor] RFrost I do think Bluwolf is correct about all of the delays in this have come from one place, and one place only: the USA.
[candy] Robertprofessor i agree, but i can't figure out the why..
[treasure4e] I just read an interesting article about the banking system in america and how they are working on going back to the pre fed res time
[honeybelle] Robertprofessor I think they need a major spring cleaning in the USA imo
[RFrost] Robertprofessor yes, I wonder about the political posturing....is it helping the US to delay? Is it just power, or is some of the motivation about keeping US in Strenght position?
[Robertprofessor] honeybelle Our Constitution gives us that option every 2, 4 and 6 years, but we end up with about the same thing no matter.
[Robertprofessor] RFrost It is exactly what you're saying. Those in charge want to keep the status quo.
[RFrost] Robertprofessor yes, and no...is it better to delay to keep our position as reserve currency leader in delaying...if other economies fail...would it strengthen the US to do a hail Mary RV and come out on top after other went down....or would we go with them? Makes me wonder a bit...
[xyz] Kuwait-Iraq Economic Ties On Revival Course KUWAIT CITY, April 4 http://www.zawya.com/sto ··· 5052521/ A landmark flight from Iraq that touched down in late February at Kuwait International Airport looks set to usher in a new era of stronger economic ties between the two Gulf neighbours.