RANT! So Aware asks: “which fantasy do we get today?”

TGIF Dinarians!

You have just got to read this RANT! by So Aware, who actually wrote it as a response to an earlier RANT! by #1GOORU who went off on Dinar Re(C)raps.

Rant!

I’m reposting So Aware’s RANT! to make sure you see it…  Enjoy! and TGIF!

Let’s see, which fantasy do we get today? “The bank’s have the 800#’s.” “The UST has to give them permission to release those numbers.” “Some other country tried to negate.” “It’s the politicians.” So now the UST, politicians and the banks are in charge of a GCR? The whole world is waiting on the U.S. to get it’s act in order so the new currency values can roll out? Really?

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Kaperoni weighs in on LOP and Dr. Bekri paper from cXc Forum

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Kaperoni weighs in on LOP and Dr. Bekri paper from cXc Forum emailed to us
05/05/2012

Ok, I weigh in…lol

Over the years, there has been several Iraqi Economists, or Parliament or from the CBI directly that have confirmed the plan. The very plan that Dr. Shabibi and Dr. Fadel wrote in 2006. These comments over the past 5 years have never wavered from this original plan therefore I can say with certainty, the plan has not changed. Now what is this plan?

The plan is a re-denomination of sorts if you want to call it that. It is the transition from a larger set of currency notes (3 zeros) to a new set of smaller denominations such as a 1, 5, 10 dinar etc. This is the definition of sorts of a re-denomination. There is a twist though….This is not something that one article can explain, but several over the years assembled to create the clear picture. That being said, there are individual articles from these prominent people that support this theory. From Dr. Fadel himself, to Dr. Bakri. Many think that when they do this transition, they will LOP or change the value of these larger notes. They are not. They are honoring them at full face value. Hence this is a Revaluation as well.
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