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(Note:post is from Saturday evening)
We know from a lot of confirmed intel that this RV involves some 130+ currencies, and not just the IQD. IMO this RV of 130+ currencies is likely more than just a repositioning of currency values relative to each other. An RV could correct misalignments in the short term, but could not maintain the “correct” alignments unless – at the same time – the rules by which currencies are valued were also changed.
For example, instead of countries setting or manipulating their rates, perhaps they will value currencies based on some formula, such as valuing a country’s assets - gold, oil, natural resources, infrastructure, etc. I will leave the debate over that to others. There is something here that catches my eye:
IMO, if there are changes being made to currency rules, then there would also have to be changes made to the IT systems that process currency values. THAT WOULD AFFECT THE RV. Those same systems could not merely include new rates for the IQD and other currencies. They would need to include formulas that keep the rates in proper alignment to each other. Any changes to the desired rates or alignments would involve re-coding of those formulas.
This would make sense to me as I was involved in something like this, small scale. A change to one “rate” required changes to formulas in 300 places in the programming code. Re-coding, re-testing, and re-deployment took about 5-7 days every time the decision on the desired final “rate” changed.
The scenario I have painted above is purely an educated guess, but it would explain why we constantly hear of IT teams taking days or weeks to “re-code” or “recalibrate” systems that previous intel told us have already been tested and moved into production. (“Production” means that all work on the system is “done” ( LOL LOL ) and that the system is ready to deploy.)
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It would also mean that the delays we have been experiencing are not CAUSED by IT issues but by changing agreements between the PTB (Powers That Be = big players behind the scenes) regarding rates or currency rules, and that is the kind of thing they would argue about from start to end. So while we may watch the IT system and screens for the RV itself, we have to look elsewhere for the cause of any delay.
I hope that nothing further happens to delay this RV . . . that the current intel plays out, and we get our RV! But if this drags out further, I would like to ask our Intel Warriors if they would look into the currency realignments. IMO that is one place they may find key pieces of the RV puzzle. TY!
Oh! Incidentally, for those PTB who do not want us Dinarians poking in there, you have one very simple solution. Just RV the “dang” thing before our nosiness gets in your way. :-)
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So what currency rules would the PTB want to change, and why? Following is a video on the Economist website that explains the global issue of “currency wars” in simple terms in less than 2 minutes (after the initial advertisement).http://www.economist.com/blogs/dailychart/2011/10/currency-wars.
In 2009, Brazil’s Finance Minister coined the term “Currency Wars”, and now there is a new book with that title. The author has an apocalyptic view of the current situation, and suggests that the solution may be to return to gold-backed currencies. Here is a link to a Nov 12th review in the Financial Times. The author is now hitting the interview circuit, and the topic is being debated in the business news.http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/d761be04-0a3a-11e1-92b5-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1eBVuwi5l
I do think this topic in the news may be an indicator of our proximity to the RV. If the PTB are carrying out any part of the scenario I painted above, it will be visible when the RV hits. IMO they would need to explain it somehow, and the news we see now would just be setting up the story.
Have a great weekend everybody! GO RV!!! And yes, I do think we are very close. :-)
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