[JESTER] HELLO AND HAPPY WEEKEND EVERYONE..
[JESTER] SO I WAS TALKING TO REDWOLF... YA KNOW THE WOLF...
[JESTER] ANYWAY.... HE SAYS HE HAS GOT WORD... WELL... FEEDBACK ANYWAY... THAT THE TRUSTEES ARE MAKING SOME NOISE THAT THINGS MAY BE MOVING THE RIGHT DIRECTION...
[JESTER] WHICH IS REALLY INTERESTING THEY ALSO REPEAT THE NECESSITY OF THINGS GETTING CLEANED UP TO A CERTAIN EXTENT...
[JESTER] WHICH WE ARE TOLD MAY BE STARTED IN A LITTLE WAY... ALTHOUGH HARD TO FIND THAT NEEDLE IN THE 82,000 INDICTMENT HAYSTACK...
[JESTER] AND LOTS OF THEORY AROUND BARR... WHO NO ONE SEEMS TO LIKE AT ALL... BUT IT IS APPARENT IS THERE FOR A REASON...
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H spot Sam I Am all I know is that this client told me he invested millions into the Kuwaiti dinar, when it was divided to $0.07, and he's sold on the black market and made a hell of a lot of money
Sam I Am TWWIII Like I said, maybe you're using the wrong terminology
John Sam I Am What is a good investment in your opinion then?
Sam I Am Kuwait didn't "adjust" or "appreciate" the value if it was a black market value
Hspot Sam I Am so the black market value got as low as $0.07 apparently, and as high as $7 .... Not that that's what he sold at
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2/23/19 Dinar Perspective Roundtable Pre-Recorded Call Bobby and Pat got together and knocked another one out of the park! We hope you all enjoy! Have a great weekend!!
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chattels BAGHDAD, Iraq — Islamic State fighters facing defeat in Syria are slipping across the border into Iraq, where they are destabilizing the country’s fragile security, U.S. and Iraqi officials say.
Hundreds — likely more than 1,000 — IS fighters have crossed the open, desert border in the past six months, defying a massive operation by U.S., Kurdish, and allied forces to stamp out the remnants of the jihadi group in eastern Syria, according to three Iraqi intelligence officials and a U.S. military official. http://www.rudaw .net/english/world/22022019
The Return To A Gold Exchange Standard
by Tyler Durden
Sat, 02/23/2019 - 12:35
Authored by Alasdair Macleod via GoldMoney.com,
This article makes the obvious point that a return to a gold standard is the only way nations can contain the interest cost of servicing debt, given the alternative is inflationist policies that can only lead to far higher interest rates and currency destruction.
The topic is timely, given the self-harm of American economic and geopolitical policies, which are already leading America into a cyclical slump. Meanwhile, American fears of Asian domination of global economic, monetary and political outcomes have come true.
The upcoming credit crisis is likely to kill off the welfare state model in the West by destroying their unbacked paper currencies, while China, Russia and their Asian allies have the means to prosper.
DELTA: Trump says U.S., China reach deal on currency manipulation as trade talks continue
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump said Friday negotiators for the U.S. and China have reached an agreement on currency manipulation as the two sides work to hammer out a new trade deal before a March 1 deadline.
Speaking to reporters at an Oval Office meeting with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, Trump said a “final agreement” had been worked out between the two countries on currency manipulation, but he offered no details.
Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who also was at the meeting, said trade negotiations that have been under way in Washington this week have gone so well that the Chinese delegation has extended its stay so the talks can continue through the weekend.
“I would say it’s more likely that a deal will happen,” he said.
Words by Colin Dickey
When Germans started printing their own cash during World War I, they were trying to overcome wild inflation, outsmart currency hoarding—and shift the blame for their economy’s collapse.
Money is supposed to be abstract. We think of it in terms of what we can buy with it, not what it is physically. Beyond its denomination, and whatever cultural or political figure it happens to be celebrating, we’re not supposed to think too much about a bill or coin as an object.
But what happens when, in the midst of an economic crisis, artists are given free rein to make their own currency? When paper money becomes not just capital but a consideration of it—a commentary on currency, and a meditation on value?