October 9, 2014 at 11:43am
one of my contacts states that he has two bond owners cashing out today.. "I was able to confirm that my friend had 2 bond sellers close today in Zurich and they received pay orders to cash out tomorrow at HSBC in Zurich."
This does mean that the TRN's are indeed live; I think we'll all have a good weekend..
Eloisa Mooney > Omega Man:
Ty om, another member here said yesterday that the ust were live, hb were quiet for most of the day, then finally moved. :)
emergency meeting today will vote sat… when it rv international us has to except the rv .
R.V. / GCR:
HINT: Enjoy the Silence
Definitely enjoy the silence and use it as practice because when this goes, and it will, we will need to keep our lips closed and pay it forward.....:-)). It's going to be VERY hard to keep our lips closed and yet that's the best thing for us to do....so consider this moment as a practice run! Blessings to all of us!
Two days ago one of my guys said the funds arrived on a large bond deal, they are waiting on the codes to release them. Also Reno is very happy today. This is real folks! Be positive and stay the coarse....
October 9, 2014 at 12:54pm
the markets are in free fall again today in the u.s. so there must be something happening in the world - I would expect any major Iraq announcements to be made in the mosques tomorrow morning - IMHO
People have said just before the RV happens everything will go silent.
I believe that is the silence you are hearing and the title of this post.
guess the quiet is so we toothless crackheads don't scare the beautiful TRN (USN) away. ;)
what i can see before i went to bed last night ,it looks like we are in a great position.So groups were meant to be going in.I have 2 questions
Has anyone heard from gen64 group yet?
And do we have a kinda-timeline 48hrs or less.
Thanks guys if anyone could give me a heads up would be much appreciated as said went to bed early last night still trying shift the remains of this chest infection.Thanks guys and blessings to one and all.
G T > robert:
According to xxxx....Gen64 is now the WF Friends & Family!!!
Apparently they would go in the same time as us
I heard recently that the groups will go at the same time as dinarland (or perhaps a fraction sooner). I believe that group confirmations will come at or almost the same time as the 800#'s
Springs > Ron Burgundy:
Thanks Ron. I believe too that groups are going to go at the same time as the public. Makes it all a fair playing field.
Spring, the Gen 64 group will get their Email from Wells Fargo.
The General 64 group no longer has our email information.
There will be no phone calls re: the Wells Fargo/Gen64 group. Emails only...just fyi
A major announcement was scheduled for 10 am this morning in Iraq . It is 7:30 pm now in Iraq. Did the announcement take place. ???
AJM0603 > Condor:
We heard it had not but they are rarely on time and expect it their evening.
Condor > AJM0603:
Thanks A ! Important announcement IMO . If new rate is announced it should be forced to go international.
Sunshine62 > Condor:
Let me put something to rest. A new rate will never, ever be announced out of Iraq...They could never be that obvious.
Our sign of an rv will basically when the rates change on the bank screens (just one example)
We also make the assumption that an "announcement" means our RV. How many announcements has Abadi made since he took office? Anyone know? I venture to say almost daily.
I'll take it one step further..Everytime Obama, Yellen, Leguarde, etc etc. is scheduled for a press conference...we think it is our signal.
So far, that has not been the case. "WE" being anyone in dinarland who is hanging on the every word of those thought to be in control of this process.
"We" being anyone in dinarland who is aware there is press conference or a meeting somewhere on the planet.
World is in currency war between US, China, Russia, Japan: Economist
Posted by BaNDiTo.RoX on October 9, 2014 at 2:03pm
An American economist has said that the world is in a currency war between the United States, China, Russia, and Japan, questioning the countries’ economic growth.
“The world is unfortunately in a currency war between the US, Japan, China, and Russia, keeping the interest rates very low and increasing the supplies of money and credit beyond normal, sustainable limits,” said Mark Thornton, senior fellow with the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Alabama and a research fellow with the Independent Institute in California.
Thornton made the comments following a report by the International Monetary Fund that China has overtaken the US as the world’s largest economy.
The IMF estimates that the size of the US economy is $17.4 trillion, while the Chinese economy comes in at $17.6 trillion, Business Insider reports.
However, these figures are adjusted for the relative costs of living in both countries, known as "purchasing power parity." Without the purchasing-power adjustment, America’s GDP will total about $17.4 trillion, compared with China’s $10.4 trillion, the IMF predicts.
Thornton said that economic growth in the United States during the past decade was mostly based on the government’s borrowing and spending which led to the massive national debt and subsequent deficits.
“In the US, the GDP growth has been driven largely through a process of large government deficits and the burgeoning national debt,” he said.
“An unprecedented radical monetary policy of keeping interest rates very low” also contributed to an unsustainable economic growth, Thornton told Press TV on Wednesday.
The American economist said China’s growth policies are also questionable and will not be sustainable in the future.
“They (China) have a lot of planned investment in infrastructure, housing, office space and the building of giant skyscrapers and they have a lot of inventory of all those products and under utilization of infrastructure investment,” he noted.
China remains the biggest foreign holder of US government debt, holding an estimated $1.27 trillion in US Treasury bonds.
The United States accuses China of lowering the price of its exports by manipulating its currency.
“Growth is a good thing, but in the case of China and the US, we have to question whether it’s natural, sustainable,” Thornton said.