Entry Submitted by Mike B. at 10:00 AM on October 5, 2016
Gary Larrabee & “Kent”.
Dinar Chronicles: Intel
Gary Larrabee – You Tube Video (Break Away from Fractional Banking)
I don’t know if this is just more mis-information designed to keep people off balance, or not. But I do not agree with what these two in the attached video links are proposing. In my opinion, it’s random short thinking like this that will take the prospects of exchanging currencies (RV) right out of the hands of the public.
People need to stop whining, and realize that the government never wanted us to be involved in this RV Exchange in the first place. The fact that we are, is nothing short of a miracle. Suddenly there are people all over who want to cry about NDA’s and Rates.
1. The ZIM is a Sovereign Bearer Bond. It WILL NOT BE exchanged by anyone financial institution without the bearer signing an NDA.
2. Talk of 10,000 per ZIM is talk. At least for us… Why should anyone care about whether that rate exists? If it’s there, it is for arbitrage purposes so that the providers (Chinese & South Africa) can be paid after the masses and banks have been paid. Period.
a. This means that there simply isn’t an argument of “leaving money on the table” from our perspective. That thought is pure non-sense. Anyone reading this should remember that we’ve been allowed to take part the exchange.
b. If people don’t like the terms or the rules, then they don’t have to take part.
3. The exchange may be spiritual as well as transactional as has been mentioned many times; but until we get through the transactional portion, we will not experience the spiritual portion.
Gary and Kent make the assumption that they will waltz into the bank and cash (1) 100 trillion dollar ZIM note, and then hold whatever else they own for Ransom, until the Chinese step up and pay them the rate that they want, (5 figures); and they expect others to follow along… What they apparently don’t get is that these sort of videos are monitored by the banks and government. When they waltz into the bank, they may well be asked to leave.
This process has been tedious enough, without this sort of foolishness causing even longer delays, (or give additional excuses for delay), and potentially taking this possibility away. In my opinion, their actions are very egotistical, selfish, and childish.
So people need to stop being controlled by greed, and appreciate the “GIFT” that potentially has been made for them to take part in. If they can’t, then this GIFT could well be pulled from everyone. People, we are dealing with financial notes (bonds) with a value of up to $100,000,000,000,000.00 dollars. 1 100T ZIM, paid at a rate of $1.00 per, is $100,000,000,000,000.00: For 1 100 Trillion ZIM note.
Are your humanitarian projects and personal expenses so great that you could not live happily and comfortably with that amount of money generating perpetual wealth for you and many generations of your family? Seriously? You NEED $10,000.00 or more per 1 ZIM, when you likely hold many 100 Trillion dollar notes?
People should smile, keep their mouths shut, and be appreciative of the GIFT they are offered for their currency.
Anything beyond our exchange transaction is above our heads, and far out of our control. Events are going to take place that we are simply going to have no say, and no control over.
Bankers ARE going to be paid, and Organizations ARE going to be in an ARBITRAGE position with the currency that we turn in during exchange. If that were not the case, we would not have ever been included. We (the public) are NOT the end game in all of this. To believe that you are, is distracted thinking.
As well, do you not believe that each time anyone purchases currency of any type that falls into the initial redeemable basket, that those purchases are not being tracked. Some one is keeping tabs. And they know who has what, with a fairly high degree of accuracy.
Of course, this is my opinion only. What do I know? I’m just a lucky person who, for whatever reason, was given an amazing opportunity to participate in this once in a lifetime event, and hopefully make a difference along the way.
(A very appreciative participant).