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To All of Dinarland,
Some may, and probably more may not, recall my posts railing against lies and deceit. I hate lies, but I love the truth.
I have struggled with taking this step, and because of it now, I will limit my announcement to you all to this single post. No, I will not return to defend or restate my intel. It's unlikely, but possible, I may return to share more of what I know. No promises. Those of you who continue embracing the admitted lies of dinarland will be unable to grasp the truth for it's simplicity and the stark return from the fantasies called "intel" circulated for so long now. This latter group in particular, I have deepest sympathies for, but like an addict of many different kinds of destructive drugs, the drug itself allows no clue to enter the mind of the deception and destructive nature of the usage. Thus, with regret and sadness, I leave you behind, only to catch up when life and reality finally comes your way - the hard way.
I think the simplest approach is to start by telling you about some of the basic tenets of dinarland. We've all heard of or actually played the game called either "telephone" or "telegraph", I presume, depending on your age. Simply said, this is what most of dinarland "thinking" and "things we know" is comprised of. For instance, a shred of truth about 800 numbers for ultimate currency exchange was once heard by a particular guru and became magnified and distorted to meet the agenda of that guru. It offered hope, caught on, and thereafter spread as though true. The same is true of the origin of the gold backing of currency - a fascinating subject with centuries of history, but which has now become a rally cry in support of global activism and mysterious far eastern dynastic families with heretofore unfathomable wealth in gold with the desire to gift it to the world.
Alright, the temptation is to come right out and say how many different specific and truly wacky things have gotten a foothold in dinarland ("galactics", middle earth wiseman dwellers, promise of multidimensional "ascension" if you just maintain the right "vibration", satanic child slavery connections to all of the recent presidential families, and so much more twisted distractions from currencies and the study thereof). I'll resist that temptation and move on to what is real.
There is no "global currency reset". This is purely and simply a manufactured hope which morphed, even in the minds of some who created it in dinarland, to a real thing. The proof of it (the Paris Agreement, and the ever popular "it has to" theory, and more) is all truly silly nonsense. There is not one single word in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change which can rationally be said to agree or compel a sudden and worldwide revaluation of the nations' currencies. It is equally irrelevant (due to utter absence of any language within it) to any move by any nation to a gold standard for their currency. Read it! By the way, it's a non-binding document for signatory countries even after the "threshold" percentage of nations sign and ratify its terms within their respective countries. The other stories spun to support the fantasy narrative simply cannot prove out - they are not real.
The Kuwait Dinar revaluation was not, it was a reinstatement. The hits you get on a simple google search for this teach a very simple story of a reinstatement of currency value which included an initial value spike. It is not support for the envisioned and universally touted "RV" expected for IQD.
Zim is not worth 100K it's face value in USD. Sure, it's fun to imaging and even talk about the "trillions", but I urge you to put on your big boy and big girl pants with this. No Chinese family is going to fund that currency exchange to the tune of 10,000 times the value of the entire planet's GNP. The northern part of Africa does not contain natural resource to do the equivalent of buying all nations of the world 10,000 times over. Please be serious like an investor instead of putting your investment under your pillow for the currency fairy because a handful of people you've never met, who've never been right about this investment, and (if you've been in dinarland long enough) you will see they will soon fade away.
Let me insert right here that I do NOT want your currency. I do NOT want you to burn it. I am NOT urging you divest. I truly don't care what you do with your investment because it's YOUR investment - not mine, not the nutty gurus who take advice from make-believe people as mentors, not even the ones who have admitted their deliberate deception. My desire is simple: that you think clearly, make decisions on GOOD counsel, and stay "grounded" (we'll talk about that later).
Okay, here we go. There will be continuing changes in currency values across the globe. Some nations' currencies will increase in value due to thriving in peace, discovery of resources, and resulting from improved relations with whom they conduct trade. There will NOT, however, be a sudden and magnificent (100x, 1,000x or 10,000x) revaluation as prayed for and dreamed of according to the "teachings" (a tortured usage under the circumstances) of dinarland gurus.
There have always been "shadow" governments as nations of the world have matured. They assume authority from the underlying nations overtly (e.g., military coup) or through pressure of philosophical evolution (usually resulting in an election of changed leadership). The "restoration of the republic" as has been spoken of a lot (including reference to various actual generals and political figures pressed into involuntarily service of this fantasy cause so as to shape and enhance the conspiratorial narrative).
The only "restoration" which will happen is that of principles and ideals held by the people we elect to public office instead of those who are scruple-less and previously elected to meet the wants of our or someone else's group. Bureaucracy in the US is simply too heavy to allow such a fundamental shift as envisioned by this "republic". The idea of "USA, Inc." to return from is baseless and unprovable.
The idea of needing to operate the US only using "common law" is ridiculous and has no value or use, particularly because strict constitutional constructionism is possible within the structure of all current state and federal laws - it merely means there would be a goodly number invalidated for unconstitutionality. By the way, not all of "common law" would pass US Constitutional muster - just a thought for you who fixate on this.
The "RV" being predicted as having any relationship to holidays, religious festivals, elections, etc., is a false connection and perpetrated upon dinarland only to string along those who haven't considered how irrelevant it has been - for always. This is one of the saddest ways of creating mass disappointment and disillusionment in this investment.
Speaking of "this investment"... That is exactly and only what this is - a highly speculative investment in extremely diminished foreign currencies. It is not a "transition". It is not a part of your spiritual "ascension". It is not inspired by God for we to collectively become "the chosen ones" - talk about appeal to the ego! The spiritual component to this is no different than the spiritual nature of shopping for groceries or buying a car. My personal belief defines it this way, you are welcome to disagree, of course: God has an individual plan for each life which is sacred and unique. He seeks to bless us in many different ways, and certainly not usually by causing wealth to drop on us. Indeed, we are informed that the love of money is, in fact, the root of all evil, so it's probably NOT from God if we're loving this to the point of fixation and possibly self-deluded that "it's all about the humanitarian projects". When we hear/read that God wants us to live life abundantly, we don't really believe that is referring to worldly wealth, so why do we have such confidence that these stories of unspeakable wealth are from Him? Take or leave it, at your peril.
That covers it. The RV and GCR are manufactured by gurus for your consumption. Judging form my own 2.5 years in the investment (and about 35 years in various areas of study), the hook was swallowed very deeply by many dinarians and is fully set. Hey, I enjoyed the ride until the narrative started sounding more like stories of a bad LSD trip. It's hard to slap ourselves back into brutally honest assessment of what's in front of us. Even the political hate of some gurus (well, one in particular) drives us further down that road that is so hard to come back from.
The embellishments which have been imagined to support the whole complex narrative of these get-rich-quick investment fantasies are SO very tempting - but not usually because they make sense. No, they appeal to our desire for an easier life, and sure also to bless others - but they don't prove out. Ask people you trust OUTSIDE of dinarland. People don't disbelieve the dinarland fantasies just because they "don't get it". Isn't it possible they have a bigger and untainted perspective? That they haven't swallowed the kool-aid? Give it a try and DON'T act like a cult member - ask someone you trust for their honest thoughts and ideas about all this.
This is my intel. My sources have not been wrong on any of the facts which I have asserted above. Some of my sources are in business generally, some have contacts from the origins of dinar investment in the earliest part of the 2000s, some are in banking, and some are close to certain elected officials. I'm okay if you take it or leave it, just think for yourself, not as a follower of some guru personality who you think is "inspirational".
Now finally...... Remember how we were so often told to "stay grounded"? Notice that they don't say that so much anymore? Here's why: Being and staying "grounded", according to Merriam-Webster, means "mentally and emotionally stable; admirably sensible, realistic, and unpretentious." Measure yourself against this standard and be brutally honest.
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@Ubiety wrote:Speaking of "this investment"... That is exactly and only what this is - a highly speculative investment in extremely diminished foreign currencies. It is not a "transition". It is not a part of your spiritual "ascension". It is not inspired by God for we to collectively become "the chosen ones" - talk about appeal to the ego! The spiritual component to this is no different than the spiritual nature of shopping for groceries or buying a car.
Yep, exactly right. I loathe the way the scammers have managed to convince people that they're doing something "spiritual".
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To bad that "One Who Knows" couldn't address any of those well thought out talking points.@TheRealRex wrote:Bright guy.
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Yep i agree. Im going to the Dollar Tree and get a frame for a dollar and frame my Zim. Every time i look at it it will remind me you cant fix stupid. Starting to buy bitcoin mabye it will do better
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