Entry Submitted by Maverick T at 12:33 AM EDT on September 28, 2016
Um, what? – by Maverick T
I’ve been in this currency world for several years now, and there is one thing I‘ve noticed lately that I cannot park my brain on. It’s about the ZIM. And when I say it’s about the ZIM I don’t mean my question is about the ZIM itself (because the ZIM is just another one of the currencies we’ve all been talking about for years, right?), what I mean is that suddenly it seems like *everything* has become about the ZIM.
I’m just a humble old school dinar holder. I’m one of those loud mouths who took exception to the way the RV originally got rolled out to the politically privileged going on three years ago now. I’ve watched how this thing has progressed … and there are two things happening now that kind of bug me.
1. Why did the dinar and dong holders suddenly become so marginalized in this process in favor the ZIM holders who are now being referred to as the “Chosen Ones?”
2. We are now being told (by Fisher) that the sovereign exchange rate for the ZIM is approaching – or perhaps surpassing – the $2,000-to-1 mark, which…um…why???While I am certainly not opposed to any currency being exchanged at any glorious over-the-top rate imaginable, I’ve got a few red flags.
a. ZIM holders are receiving undeniable preferential treatment. They are being processed first in specially prepared exchange centers and in fact (and not complaining here, but) for a while now ZIM holders have been the main focus of this Dinar Chronicles blog as well as a number of the recent conference calls.
b. In their exchange process ZIM holders will be working with teams of 6 to 8 finance experts who will ‘help’ direct the movement of their money.
c. ZIM holders will be subject to a mandatory payout structure over which they have no say.
d. ZIM holders seem to now be obligated to ‘surrender themselves to God’ and wholly invest themselves in humanitarian efforts or else be burned to stubble with the rest of the common sinners.I…I don’t get it. But I’ll tell you what every drop of the Texan blood running through my veins suspects. This stinks of bank control over the larger part of this supposed humanitarian RV roll out.
And it stinks to high heaven.
Shouldn’t we be moving beyond banks having control over our lives and our decisions?
Thank God I’m just a humble dinar holder.