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SurfingTheDinarWave last won the day on September 17 2011

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  1. Sorry about the drop-in, but it's been so long and been so busy I haven't had time to mess with KEEP, so you finally figured out how to turn your lopsters into employees and read up on how to incorporate a business I see...Thax to the daily scoop from our favorite news clown! I hope you got good business liability insurance, your going to need it when it RV's, lots of pissed off customers and pissed on employees, or is that the other way around!
  2. this article is a rehashed old article, from basically someone who obviously doesn't read reports very well if at all since everything was explained in detail in it according to Shabibi and she basically explained the exact opposite that Shabibi has said is in the report. and yes since they will RV they will have a huge need to RD the currency otherwise carrying around one note in their pocket would be a huge personal security risk since it would be so valuable. It would also be impossible to make change to buy goods that would cost far less. Folks please don't fall into the tired argument that Keepemwalkin continues on with these butchered articles about this lady who is a self proclaimed expert at confusion and not much more. Just keep the faith and the patience you display will be rewarded.
  3. Well some have been brainwashed to vote for hype, such as Herman Cain, and some like to go based on how a person looks in a suit such as Romney or Perry, problem is these "front" runners are simply just what they stated a "front" for lies and deception, cover ups, and corruption. They don't care about American values they would rather line their pockets. Not one time has Ron Paul attacked another candidate in a debate, he has asked them questions and disagreed with their opinions on policy and stance due to the simple fact that well when things are going in the direction they don't want they flip sides on that stance, When Ron Paul actually stands his ground and has never faltered nor budged, that is what it means to be an American no matter the circumstances you stand up for what is the right thing to do with honor and respect and carry that through to the end. That is how we stand UNITED because butting heads and attacking divides us and that is how we fall! RON PAUL 2012!!
  4. This is an interesting take and I do believe to be true for the most part, since well the US took the $1000 notes out of circulation but if you took one to a bank today they would gladly give you 10 $100 bills. You would be better off selling it to a collector you would get much more than that though, fact is it's still legal tender and just not circulated.
  5. Thanks it has been posted several times for months now though, Mods can point you too the original posts. Very Long but Great read none-the-less!!
  6. Good points here, you forgot one factor, all of the countries you are talking about have thriving running economies and they aren't war torn, Iraq has to come out in the $1 range just to afford to rebuild with global inflation on the rise and not one running manufacturing plant up and running for construction materials everything must be imported in order for them to pay for the rising cost of those goods alone they have to come out at around $1 and manage the float up to $3+ over time in 2% smaller RV's every so often not just 90 days but may even need a 90 then a 45 then a 90 then a 30 day spans with smaller 1-2% RV's just to keep up. They are starting with a much better start than most but they have had 10 years of turning things in a positive direction vs. Japan and Germany when they did it after WWII in 6-9 months with military leadership from the US running things and putting them together for them and doing a great job in such little time. Difference here is 4000 year old ideals with 4000 year old wealth in a 5 year old GOI and corruption running rampant. One of the major things I see is who is the founder of OPEC, well IRAQ is, and why would they want to be the founder of an organization like OPEC? Well for one because they want to protect their wealth of Oil and allow other strong oil nations to share in exportation for their own share of the wealth. Which is the same reason Saudi can have a value of .27 they have a flourishing economy low population and low GDP but tons of oil they just don't export as much as Iraq will need to in order to just catch back up let alone keep up, they have to pay back for all their dirty deeds and shell out some money to the world and that comes in the form of a healthy RV for their citizens & investors alike, you think our investment was just dollars your crazy, we gave up blood, sweat, and tears, with they say Pay Back is a $itch! Don't forget the most important things in life are free, friendship, love, sharing, relationships, but freedom is not it has a price tag on it! BTW: in my previous post about my plan, how are you going to random NEG someone for an honest fact and action plan explanation...wake up people!
  7. I have several action plans for rate ranges, one thing in this is .15 shouldn't happen due to IMF stipulations on rate post of at least more than $1. Though if for some reason it did come out that low I would ash some for headache remedy and reinvestment with a little cushion for a extended waiting period of cashing out more plus other investments profit time line, also some more emergency preparedness. Other investments would be non-volatile in nature and create some jobs in my community,and some precious metals.
  8. There isn't one, I have said this for months all lose ends will be announced with the RV!
  9. Hmmm, and wouldn't you think the founder of OPEC should have currency valued so much higher by now? My thoughts are they would have the strongest value of currencies in OPEC should they be allowed to start exporting oil for money rather than food and cheaply made Chinese garbage products, for some of the most zen like people in the world you would think their precision and engineering would be top notch to go along with their technology and mass amounts of worker even if they got paid cheaply it shouldn't be for the equivalent of $1.50 a day average that is stealing...they should be paid equivalently and have fair market competition standards with all countries in a corporate setting which is a job for the WTO to impose on export countries in general not just Chinese!
  10. This is a great story...Thanks Randalln I needed that one today!!
  11. they wouldn't be recognized as an internationally traded currency if they did that which is why when they have before it wasn't international and still is not
  12. The Fed Audit This is straight off a US Senators website! July 21, 2011 The first top-to-bottom audit of the Federal Reserve uncovered eye-popping new details about how the U.S. provided a whopping $16 trillion in secret loans to bail out American and foreign banks and businesses during the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. An amendment by Sen. Bernie Sanders to the Wall Street reform law passed one year ago this week directed the Government Accountability Office to conduct the study. "As a result of this audit, we now know that the Federal Reserve provided more than $16 trillion in total financial assistance to some of the largest financial institutions and corporations in the United States and throughout the world," said Sanders. "This is a clear case of socialism for the rich and rugged, you're-on-your-own individualism for everyone else." Among the investigation's key findings is that the Fed unilaterally provided trillions of dollars in financial assistance to foreign banks and corporations from South Korea to Scotland, according to the GAO report. "No agency of the United States government should be allowed to bailout a foreign bank or corporation without the direct approval of Congress and the president," Sanders said. The non-partisan, investigative arm of Congress also determined that the Fed lacks a comprehensive system to deal with conflicts of interest, despite the serious potential for abuse. In fact, according to the report, the Fed provided conflict of interest waivers to employees and private contractors so they could keep investments in the same financial institutions and corporations that were given emergency loans. For example, the CEO of JP Morgan Chase served on the New York Fed's board of directors at the same time that his bank received more than $390 billion in financial assistance from the Fed. Moreover, JP Morgan Chase served as one of the clearing banks for the Fed's emergency lending programs. In another disturbing finding, the GAO said that on Sept. 19, 2008, William Dudley, who is now the New York Fed president, was granted a waiver to let him keep investments in AIG and General Electric at the same time AIG and GE were given bailout funds. One reason the Fed did not make Dudley sell his holdings, according to the audit, was that it might have created the appearance of a conflict of interest. To Sanders, the conclusion is simple. "No one who works for a firm receiving direct financial assistance from the Fed should be allowed to sit on the Fed's board of directors or be employed by the Fed," he said. The investigation also revealed that the Fed outsourced most of its emergency lending programs to private contractors, many of which also were recipients of extremely low-interest and then-secret loans. The Fed outsourced virtually all of the operations of their emergency lending programs to private contractors like JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, and Wells Fargo. The same firms also received trillions of dollars in Fed loans at near-zero interest rates. Altogether some two-thirds of the contracts that the Fed awarded to manage its emergency lending programs were no-bid contracts. Morgan Stanley was given the largest no-bid contract worth $108.4 million to help manage the Fed bailout of AIG. A more detailed GAO investigation into potential conflicts of interest at the Fed is due on Oct. 18, but Sanders said one thing already is abundantly clear. "The Federal Reserve must be reformed to serve the needs of working families, not just CEOs on Wall Street." To read the GAO report, click here.
  13. LOL, no, in type it's taken literally...I didn't kind of laugh after though!
  14. come on Mark you know better than to ask for a link to a private conversation on the phone or in person...sometimes the link question for proof is just a dumb question this would be one of those times! Not to mean't to bash but it is obvious he can't provide a link! But thanks EKG, I appreciate all of your posts, and this fits in line with I got from T-man's last CC and what I am hearing from my financial adviser who I have known and been close friends with for 15 years and the last 5 of those 15 have been my financial adviser whom I pay.
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