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Everything posted by amhvl

  1. Stryker has attempted to hit this ever-moving target just as Adam has. This doesn't make either one "guru's". It simply means they were bold enough to make an educated judgement based on a compilation of facts and/or events. The challenge is, Iraq is the epidome of narcissistic dysfunction wrapped in greed and corruption. I salute people like Stryker for having the guts to make an educated guess. It would be much easier to sit back and say nothing.
  2. I didn’t realize posters were required a litmus test in order to post. I seldom post here; however, I follow Thug’s postings and articles because he a knack for choosing informative information, posting relevant comments and he is just plain funny. A little humor goes a long way in this investment. Thug…you have rightfully earned my/our respect and appreciation.
  3. Sundog, I respectfully disagree with your belief regarding acceptance and forgiveness. Jesus also said in Matthew 7:15-20 “"Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. 16 Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? 17 Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit. 18 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit. 19 Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. 20 Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them. This said, what kind of fruits have we been seeing from Islam? Jesus did not teach “tolerance and acceptance above all else”. He taught us to love the sinner and hate the sin. This is distinctly different from acceptance and tolerance. Assuming your understanding is correct, and God is a tolerant God, then why did he give us the 10 commandments? God is not a tolerant God. He is a forgiving one, provided we confess our sins and ask forgiveness.
  4. This should help... There are more from where this came from...
  5. I too was concerned when the troops were ordered out of Iraq. The issue was not "ceding of Iraq to Al Qaeda". It stemmed from Iraq's decision to recind immunity for our troops, meaning our troops could be tried and punished by an Iraqi court. This said, do you still feel the troops should have remained in Iraq? Just curious...
  6. Your Guru revelation is enlightening. I once heard that some dinar dealers and sites employ people to post negative comments regarding the dinar with the hope that people will give up and sell back their dinar. As it turns out, the dealer makes the spread coming and going. This would explain why some posters make thousands of negative posts instead of simply moving on to another investment. Ever heard of such a thing?
  7. Oh I get it now. If anyone gives their opinion on this investment and recieves payment from an advertiser, they are lying. Its kinda like being a BMW tech. If the tech says that BMW is a good car, and said tech stands to profit from future service then it's automatically a lie. Interesting......
  8. The way I see it...getting paid is getting paid. Nothing wrong with that. Just saying...
  9. I assume you overlooked the ads at the top of the page. Based on your inference, no one on this site (including Adam) bears any merit because dinar ads are posted.
  10. Adam has continually alluded to the need for the HCL (the biggest law) to be passed in addition to other legislaton prior to any revaluation of any signifigance. Does this mean he equally inept in his analysis as well?
  11. I must have overlooked both the rate being called 100% and the January 1 RV reference. Additionally, I didn't see anything stating these two facts (your words) are 100%. Comprehend much?
  12. You don't owe me any apology as we both answer to the same God. John 8:7 prohibits me from pointing fingers. Only a few here know Stryker. I actually know him well as we text, talk or both on a daily basis. I also know some of his "sources" are people he has done business with long before he entered into this investment. I do not mistake his occasional enthusiasm for pumping as he analyzes the best he can...just like the rest of us. LGD..I follow much of your writings. I respect your rapid willingness to humble yourself. May the Lord continue to bless you.
  13. You both need to lighten up and try to enjoy life a little more instead of attempting To belittle people. Read more: Good advise!
  14. In order to suppress the votes of the overseas military, the President would have to convince the Secretary of State in all 50 states to delay sending out absentee ballots, as the jurisdiction of such resides at the state level. This would have been quite an accomplishment considering in 2012, 33 states were under GOP control. The only guidance given at the federal level was a few statutes that Congress passed instructing the states on the timing of delivery for military absentee ballots.
  15. I am saddened by the news of Dan’s passing. Many on this forum had a deeper relationship with him than I had the pleasure to experience, so my prayers for his family will be extended to you as well. It is strange to mourn someone I have never met, but I am in mourning. This goes to show how far reaching his impact was felt in the dinar community. I have looked forward to meeting him, considering he lived close to me here in NC. I guess the Lord chose for us to meet in a more glorious environment. Heart going out. Prayers going up.
  16. This thread has been a terrific reminder of why so many good folks have moved on. SWFG Pumper? Really? I must applaud the "reverse pumpers" for persevering so admirably. A paycheck is a paycheck, right? The impact is evident as 3 out of every 4 dinar transactions involve people giving up and selling back their dinar. Well done! know which "hoods" you are always welcome in.
  17. SWFG...As you know,I rarely post here, however, I must applaude you for having the courage to speak of the unspeakable. It is refreshing in our present age of sloppy chothing, half beards and general shoddiness, someone steps up and defends the power of both the written and spoken word. I have sometimes googled some of the words you have written in hopes of expanding my vocabulary for future use. Feel free to challenge me with "dem big old fancy words, feller" (I'm in the Mountains of NC after all) as I am appreciative of the education.
  18. "RVQ" is an acronym that was coined by one of Stryker's members some time ago. Many of Stryker's members and friends are getting together (post RV) for a BBQ at Stryker's home in Texas.
  19. Actually the membership has grown about 40% in the last week or so. There are plenty of folks on this very thread that will attest to that...
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