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1-800#'s and Instructions for Currency Redemption/Exchange

This is where the 800 numbers and instructions for currency redemption (US) and currency exchange (international) will be posted. This part of the page will remain until the "TETELESTAI" email has been distributed to us. Thank you.

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"What of the People of Zimbabwe?" - Anonymous Guest Post

Entry Submitted Anonymously at 12:27 AM EDT on October 8, 2016

As I learn more about the coming redemption and the value of the Zimbabwe note/bond, I can't help but wonder what will happen to Zimbabwe? What will happen to the land? What will happen to the Zimbabwe people? What will happen to the animals living on Zimbabwe land? Yes we all have heard the Zim carries a high redemption value based on the natural assets of that country. Zimbabwe has diamonds, platinum and gold. Will the country become a giant mine? Will the people of Zimbabwe benefit or get screwed over? How can we, being in our high heart, consciously redeem our Zims without at least asking the question what will happen to Zimbabwe. I don't know the answer. I have watched a few documentaries about the Chinese involvement in other African countries and they seem to have been fair and struck good deals with these other countries. The people have achieved sovereignty and it appears to be a win-win. I haven't seen negative reports except for one based on prophecy that the real threat will come from the East and be worse than the Khazarian mafia. I'm not sure how I feel about that, but it doesn't directly deal with the Zim redemption or the effect of the redemption on Zimbabwe. Has anyone else wondered if these high redemption values will cause added pressure on the raping of that country of its natural resources? Further, I am curious what would happen if we didn't redeem our Zims? Ultimately could holding on to our Zims help that country and its' people if it goes badly? Maybe the mining of that country will happen if we redeem or not? That seems likely and does appear to have started already, but I don't want to turn a blind eye for monetary gain or some lame excuse that the end justifies the means. I'm just not sure. I doubt I will get an answer before the redemption, but I would urge everyone who will redeem Zims to ask this question and share any answers. Also, maybe it would be prudent to set some money aside to help the Zimbabwe people, animals and ecosystems if it goes badly. I would appreciate anyone in the know to share as I would really like to know the truth. It won't be a blessing for me if it means harm to Zimbabwe. Thank you.

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