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Who is Honoring the alleged Value of the Zimbabwe Currency?An example of the hyper inflated Zimbabwe currency
In today’s modern world, like it or not, scam artists are alive and well and have prepared elaborate traps to take your hard earned money. Increasingly, the new locale for launching these schemes is on the internet, as many unsuspecting people often click on links seeking information that bring them to pages where they get deals, that are more often than not, too good to be true.
Of the many potential scams on the internet one involves rumors about the value of a now defunct Zimbabwe currency, and has been cited at rates as high as 120,000 to one US dollar. In an unrelated development, Zimbabwe has introduced a new currency (in lower denominations), meant to ease the outflow of US dollars (https://www.rt.com/business/368448-zimbabwe-issues-currency-bond-notes/) and ease the cash shortage in the country, which means the new currency is actually what’s being used for daily local transactions when the US dollar is not available; incidentally it’s backed by a 200 million dollar bond. However rumors persist, on certain dinar guru and independent sites, that the old Zimbabwe currency, that bankrupted Zimbabwe in 2009, is a bond worth an almost immeasurable amount of money backed by mysterious unseen elders (also called the white dragons) from China.
Zimbabwe’s old legal tender (currency) contains numeric values of either billions or trillions of dollars depending on the face value of each note; for the purposes of this article let’s use a 100 billion note as an example and put this into perspective. If just one 100 billion dollar note was worth .01 penny on the dollar, the calculation would be broken down like this: 100000000000 x 0.01 = 1000000000; therefore the exchange rate for one 100 billion dollar Zimbabwe note would be 1 billion US dollars. Consequently if one owned 10 of these notes, they would allegedly have 10 billion dollars if each Zimbabwe dollar was worth one penny.
The world debt is currently over 20 trillion US dollars. If just one (1) old hyperinflation Zimbabwe currency dollar is allegedly worth (as rumored) up to 120,000 US Dollars, it would essentially mean one single 100 billion dollar Zimbabwe note could pay off the entire world debt with change to spare, suggesting this is most definitely in the way too good to be true category. When the Zimbabwe notes increased to higher denominations (originally the price of goods was measured in lower denominations) it meant the government issued this currency to combat hyperinflation (through quantitative easing), thus making their local currency almost worthless.
The reason these high denominations were issued in the first place was because the economy of Zimbabwe was under sanctions (http://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/022615/why-didnt-quantitative-easing-lead-hyperinflation.asp) and quantitative easing (printing money backed by nothing which is essentially counterfeiting) was used as a measure to combat the inflation. It’s very likely the reason these rates are rumored to be so high is because there are a number of scam artists that continue to spread these lies around the internet in order to get you to buy their monopoly money.
|Just like any concept, the idea had to start somewhere, and it was likely hatched when people with ill intent found a warehouse full of this worthless currency. Con artists being as they are, probably hatched a scheme that has since taken on a life of its own and morphed into an elaborate strategy to enrich themselves while taking hard earned money away from the people.|
Con artists are after your money, and they will sell you virtually anything to gain a profit
Including rooms full of worthless currency
- Your personal information
- Coercing you into joining a currency group promising higher rates
- Trapping religious people by using holy names to carry the narrative
- Convincing people staff are waiting at offsite redemption centers to justify the exchange
- Mixing truth with lies to validate their on-line existence and keep you confused
- Asking you to submit concepts regarding humanitarian projects to possibly sell it
- Selling currency that’s not authentic
People following this know exactly who the above aforementioned on-line characters are; common sense therefore becomes invaluable in sifting through the information and revealing the perpetrators. Nonetheless obvious questions arise that require attention:
- Why would tellers wait for you to exchange priceless currency if they knew it had value? Would they not buy it themselves and quit their job?
- Why is redemption centers located off-site and only open in the middle of the night? Why does it not occur during normal banking hours?
- Why does one guru ask for donations preying on the conscience of people? How can their friends be constantly in dire need of medical help?
- Why do other guru’s say you must join their group to get higher rates? Is it to gain access to personal and financial information? Is it to ask for more money while stringing you along?
- If they ask for concepts to help humanity, is it because they want to steal your idea and sell it if it’s of use to them?
- Why do some guru’s use religious names? Is it to prey on people that believe in holy books? And why do they mix truth with lies? To remain relevant? To spread lies? Or both?
These are just some of the questions that must be asked to find the truth.
Most of the material being relayed about the old hyper inflated Zimbabwe currency, by either people with good intentions or scam artists alike, likely originated as a form of propaganda put out on purpose by proxies with a covert agenda. In other words, it’s basically a psyop operation which began as a type of subliminal mind entrapment and has morphed into a form of information warfare. This type of deception will trick the ego into making mistakes, depending on the spiritual advancement, wisdom or knowledge of the individual, that can and usually does, have consequences that were not originally intended by the person caught up in the deception.
|Some of the costs of falling into these types of traps can be both monetary and life altering in nature. Remember, the personality of con artists is to put out information to profit in some way, shape or form; they do not care what happens to you in the process. Therefore if individuals buy into the old hyper-inflated Zimbabwe currency value hype, and have access to credit, they will most likely spend money they do not have to attain it with the mindset they will soon be in the banks to have it replenished because they have convinced themselves that the information from the guru(s) is authentic.|
Irrespective, it’s important to keep both feet firmly planted on the ground when the world’s financial system is currently run by gunboat diplomacy, making it easy to put into effect financial rules and regulations to the liking of the country with the biggest armed forces; however, a recent election in the country with the largest military suggests a power shift is under way and their fiat dollar may be at risk.
|The currencies as they are will never radically change under a fiat system unless it’s an inside job, however; if the world goes back to a gold, silver and precious metal standard, akin to Superman becoming powerless around kryptonite, the fiat dollar system will fail. Until such time many of the existing world leaders have no intention of changing the current system because they run the world as they are told to by the shadow government that rules over them.|
As long as the private institution called the Federal Reserve sets the monetary policy for the world, currency rates will rarely dramatically fluctuate
When precious metals such as gold and silver back countries legal tender once again, it will be then that the currencies of the world will revalue from their current rate to one that reflects the assets of each country
Proceed with caution when hearing rates that would free the entire universe from debt, let alone the planet, regarding the old Zimbabwe currency. Own up to the fact that the con artists may simply be in it to take your hard earned money, or get you to innocently submit to them your great concepts that are intended to free humanity from poverty, and use it for themselves instead in a more sinister way. However, if you have the currency just keep it for fun, in case there is some small miracle that takes place where a percentage of the rumored rates comes to fruition, after all right now it nothing more than monopoly money, so trying to give it back is next to worthless. Regardless, be cognizant of everything, tread carefully and always question anything that doesn't add up, as it will ultimately lead to more wisdom thus allowing one to see through deceptions such as these more easily.
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