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 How Sweet: Christmas Exchange by Ubiety 12/17/16

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PostSubject: How Sweet: Christmas Exchange by Ubiety 12/17/16   Sat Dec 17, 2016 9:30 pm

Golly. It's so sweet to see a dinarian asking for the day off, so to speak, for any currency exchange on Christmas (#1 link), and equally sad to see some naive guru living the fantasy in an "explanation" of the "RV" (#2 link).

#1 http://www.dinardaily.net/t59781-an-anonymous-dinarian-requests-no-exchange-on-christmas-day#299492
#2  http://www.dinardaily.net/t59771-simplified-gcr-rv-questions-answers-12-17-16

Let's run through some clear thinking on both of these sweet but grossly misunderstood posts. Since they both represent fantasy thinking, a little bit of rational thinking will help most dinarians who are interested in an honest view of the RV. The following is not intended to be an exhaustive analysis of every line of these posts, merely a re-routing of thinking back into the universe of reality. Please folks, for all those who delight (or insist on) reveling in dreams and hopes, unmoored from inconsistent facts, I'm happy for you to enjoy your fantasies. If that describes you, by all means, disregard the following.

To the dear heart asking the "dinar community" to collectively ask some unidentified authority to skip Christmas Day for the hoped for RV, can you imagine the result of asking for the bank to close on any other holiday or special day selected by some internet community? It may represent a sweet sentiment, but one of profound naïveté. We've been fed stories of somewhere between 5,000 to 12,500 "exchange centers" open and staffed 24/7 around the US for somewhere around 2 years now, and a closure to respect Christmas seems to fit that narrative to you? We have had "explained" to the dinar community that 209 countries around the globe have been preparing for 20 years for the global revaluation of nearly all nations' currencies, and a "pause" is reasonable within that scenario? It's a fair couple of questions, and they can be asked several ways to illustrate the unfitting quality of the suggestion.

As to the post with "Simplified GCR/RV" explanations, let's all wake up and leave the dream to the dreamworld and be honest about facts in the real world of currency investment. A couple of examples with exceptionally sweeping importance in our currency speculation with these popular exotic currencies are helpful to keep clearly in mind, for instance:

The expression "basket of currencies" is a cool expression, but it was co-opted by dinar gurus from the IMF description of currencies which are weighted in value and used to collectively determine the "value" of the IMF SDR. Here's a link for that explanation: https://www.imf.org/en/About/Factsheets/Sheets/2016/08/02/19/35/Review-of-the-Special-Drawing-Right-SDR-Currency-Basket

Secondly, there is no evidence the RV as popularly described has occurred anywhere on the planet (I refer to factual and legitimate proof, not guru fantasy assertions). Sure, it sounds good to hear about how it's "hidden" or in the "background", but at best, that wishful thinking - at worst, it's just another intentional lie as given to us for many months and fully admitted to by the popular guru "yosef". The "burden of proof" of this silly assert of a secret RV having already happened is on the one stating it as true. They know you cannot "prove a negative" so even a 1,000 facts showing there has been no RV at this time could be called "insufficient". So, the suggestion of a "background RV" is an easy lie to just lay out there for the naive among us. There is no proof ANYWHERE for this laughable assertion. Ask for it and see what happens.

Thirdly, notice how the author of this post "explains" how the decisions will be made whether or not you get the "sovereign" rate of currency exchange. Bank employees sitting across the table from you at the exchange, it is said here again, will decide if you get to exchange for billions, trillions, or quadrillions. Now, does that level of discretion in the hands of a bank employee sound logical, reasonable, or even rational to you?? Accepting this scenario as true requires you embrace that merely bank employees will be making or denying fortunes more vast than this planet has ever known. Really? That's the story?

A couple of other points, huge in their implications, but to hit the points quickly....

The post repeats the storyline for the last several years that there are now "12,500 redemption centers domestically". Here's some perspective... According to the FDIC, there are 94,725 bank branches in the United States. So, the gurus tell us there is another 12,500 MORE locations for currency exchanges. We're also told there is national guard, local police, and active military security for all of these locations. But, no one has noticed a location - not one. Is that rational no matter how careful they are? Yeah, not to me either. And yet, not a single reported and confirmable sighting. Good grief, we've had better luck spotting UFOs.

Finally, we are again gently but firmly pounded with the assertion that the Paris Agreement on Climate Change contains language in which "209 countries have already agreed ... to return to the gold standard." The unfortunate fact is that this assertion is like saying the United State Constitution was drafted with language which describes the Hypertext Transfer Protocol for data communication across the World Wide Web. There might be an international treaty which does this at some point in history, but it has not happened, and certainly is not within the Paris Agreement. It's very simple to verify the lies of any and all persons saying differently: read it. It isn't difficult to read except that it's boring. The words mean what they say. There is no "secret language" within it. I've read it and lots of others have, too. There is not one single word which requires, discusses, or identifies a gold standard for any country's currency. You can be lied to and accept it if you wish, but confirming this outright lie is quite simple. Here's the English text of the Agreement: http://unfccc.int/files/essential_background/convention/application/pdf/english_paris_agreement.pdf Here's a summary of the Agreement by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change: http://unfccc.int/paris_agreement/items/9485.php

Hope within a patently false-fact universe is fantasy of you know it's not real. Hope within a patently false-fact universe when you disregard truth is a self-delusion. I have chosen which I prefer, have you?

Being and staying "grounded", according to Merriam-Webster, means "mentally and emotionally stable; admirably sensible, realistic, and unpretentious."

ubiety


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PostSubject: Re: How Sweet: Christmas Exchange by Ubiety 12/17/16   Sat Dec 17, 2016 11:04 pm

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