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[Studmuffin] hey duffy2 give me the latest
[duffy2] sTUDMUFFIN: Well last night T.K. said watch for RV real hard overnight. Also I got a call telling me that this particular person said she got a call from someone who is involved in this that it would go down overnight and we would be at the banks today. So, who knows. We can hope we are very close.
[BigEngine] duffy2 If you can say what is T saying these days if anything.
[duffy2] Big Engine: I only know what he says on calls or blasts and no blast yesterday, so if we are not at banks this morning after they all open, then we will see on his noon central time call. He keeps saying he is told that the banks have the 800 numbers and they are authorized to issue whenever they feel the time is right, I guess. Yesterday I was also told by a private source that the big "O" is holding this up. He does not want a bunch of wealthy folks running around the world as he and the Illuminati want to control us all and for us to be slaves forever, so I would not doubt that he just may be the hold up.
[BigEngine] Thanks buddy and I agree.
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[duffy2] China Looks Set To Introduce Gold-Backed New World Reserve Currency March 5, 2014 by mr.z Leave a Comment China Looks Set To Introduce Gold-Backed New World Reserve Currency The US dollar has been the world’s reserve currency for many decades now, but the trends seems to indicate that China is preparing to overtake the US in regards to being the “standard” currency. The world’s monetary system has not had any direct involvement with gold since 1971, when U.S. president Richard Nixon ended the conversion of the dollar into gold. China seems to be preparing itself for a big involvement in gold, potentially backing their currency with gold.
Venezuela says new currency platform to begin operations Monday… CARACAS, March 6 - (Reuters) - Venezuela on Monday will begin operations of a new currency platform designed to ease the OPEC nation's dollar shortages through a market-based mechanism, the country's top economic official said on Thursday. The platform called Sicad 2 will add a third exchange rate to the 11-year-old currency controls that sell dollars at 6.3 bolivars for preferential goods and at 11 for other items, both far below the 80 bolivars that greenbacks fetch on the black market. The country has suffered chronic shortages of basic goods ranging from toilet paper to corn flour as the 11-year-old currency control mechanism has left businesses struggling to obtain the dollars they need. The government last month paved the way for Sicad 2 by reforming the Exchange Crimes Law to allow businesses and individuals to take part in foreign exchange transactions. That activity had been previously reserved for the central bank. http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/07/venezuela-economy-idUSL1N0M401720140307
[drl] . Interesting explanation of the battle between the G8 excluding Russia and the BRICS countries, the GCR and the Global Currency Collaspe! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUUtghF_dBg&feature=youtu.be
[WCW] hello and gm everyone this call came at 7 am this morning from my friend in alabama. local tv station was talking about the iraq dnar and said tuesday night at 10 pm they will have a report on the dinar IS it a SCAM OR NOT I WILL TALK LATER AND SEE IF WE CAN GET A LINK TO THAT BROAD CAST
[sandytob] WCW lol....what are you going to do if they say IT IS a scam?
[WCW] sandytob dig a hole and put my money in it cause we know one day it will be wroth something :superlachen:
[sandytob] WCW I think that they have to say it is a scam (unless it RVs first) because otherwise there will be a run on buying dinar.....and the media is controlled anyway.
[sagefemme] i agree with sandytob
Goddisgood » March 6th, 2014, .
I just saw where Frank wanted me to share something with the family that I shared with him today. I had not seen where anyone had posted on this so I called him. I received a phone call this morning (didn't answer it, didn't recognize the number). It was from Toledo, Oh with the number showing up also (see below). The Message was to me (by name) saying this was Ryan Gibson from the Department of Legal Affairs at the US Treasuries. He said he had a very important issue, this is a verbal notification for me. He said a legal imposement (sp) action was started on my name. He gave the number 567-244-4358 for me to call. If I could not call because I was busy to get my attorney to call for me. If I delay it might end up in a legal mess for me. I did not call him but called a son that is an IT person. He looked it up somehow and gave me the link http://800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-567-244-4358 . There are postings about this being a scam and how rude they are. Please read from this link and protect yourself. They have called me again, I did not return the call.
jdtolle » March 7th, 2014, . Choose a positive outlook
Life will always challenge you, yet it never has to defeat you. Even when things are extremely difficult, there is no good reason for despair.
In fact, your best choice is always a positive outlook. That is what will give you the most power to deal with whatever life brings.
Yes, it is certainly possible that things could get worse. However, it is just as possible, and much more preferable, that you act to make life better.
The future hasn’t happened yet. A large part of the way it unfolds is up to you, your attitude and your actions.
Make your future the best it can be by making your outlook the best you can imagine. Though it can be easy to be discouraged based on past and present experience, you have a much better choice.
Choose to look forward with the highest, most positive expectations. And get busy bringing those high expectations fully to life.
— Ralph Marston Wishing All a Safe, Warm and Blessed Day
Reminder: Sunday, March 9th is the start of daylight savings time.
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