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Saturday, October 22, 2016

"Zimbabwe and China" - Sat. AM TNT Thoughts, News w/ Elmerf123456


Elmerf123456:​y-for-mnangagwa/ IMF Decision To Readmit Zimbabwe A Victory For Mnangagwa

Good Morning Everybody: Elmer123456 - Who do I appreciate....ELMER~ Thanks for the Article on the Readmit Zimbabwe. What does this mean to us as Currency Holders of 2008-2009 Notes?

It means don't use them as wallpaper yet.

The first sentence in that article is the big question. I'm all eyes…… No one quite knows how the cash-starved country was able to repay its $107m debt to the global fund. Me Likey!!

I know that Zimbabwe is a wealthy nation but where in the world did they get $107 Million Dollars to repay the global fund.

Free your mind and the rest will follow.......odds on favorite.....China! Mineral Rights Extraction at its finest. Shhhhhh!

This entire process is rolling out quite nicely in front of our very own eyes. IRan is revalue their currency today and now this....What is next?

International equity investors are giving up on Japan. Bloomberg 10:07 October​ 22, 2016

Re Zimbabwe: No one quite knows how the cash-starved country was able to repay its $107m debt to the global fund. Me Likey!!! Free your mind and the rest will follow! Odds on favorite guess....China! Mineral rights extraction

Zim isn't wallpaper yet! we all know what we know and what we don't know it's a lot but stand tall and standfast everything is unfolding on a worldscale just look at the news everywhere

I am keeping my eyes on China...They show know how to show up and show off. Hmmmmmm!

China knows how to show up and show off in the nick of time. Where did Zimbabwe get all that money to pay their debt to the global fund. I am looking in China's backyard. Listen, I just want to have my own "Backyard Party!" And I want my special Backyard Party now!

Enjoy your weekend folks. Sure does look like the world is a changing.


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