Entry Submitted by ubiety at 7:38 PM EST on December 1, 2016
In some respects, your words are good and direct us to a more serene, perhaps passive, place. However, if I go to an attorney, I don't expect and don't really want tips on grooming or fashion. In like manner, If I invite a plumber to my home to clear a drain, should I expect to receive decorating advice? No.
You were on the money - this is a pep talk. But, honestly, I wonder why you offer it? These blogs have mutated from informational channels about currency speculation to grandiloquent inspirational "pep talks". And why? Because the gurus have rightly observed the investors becoming deeply disheartened after months and years of "announcements" which are simply wrong. The posts here on DR and elsewhere reflect the increasing distrust and disappointment with what passes for "intel". It is not "disgruntled", nor is it hate-filled, bitter, or fear-based. It's a reflection on what is read daily within these currency blogs.
The hearts and minds of "dinarland" have been toyed with incessantly by those trusted to provide honest and rational information. The truth of these words cannot be dismissed by the reflexive accusation of "negativity". If a tooth has been broken, it may not be pleasing, but it most assuredly is not "negative" to say, "my tooth is broken".
So, what does one do when they observe the developments I've just described? Remain silent to preserve the tender sensibilities of the few who are ill-equipped to truthfully face facts? No. Help will never be found by smooth and placating words which quietly plan to repeat the same infliction of discomfort - daily "announcements.
The "cure" is simple: Take the same or more time spent offering "pep talks" to dinarians to offer encouraging words to all gurus to cease the race to "call it first". No one cares which guru "calls it" and the daily false announcements of "tomorrow" or "this weekend" is a crippling plague to dinarland. Were it not for these "announcements", your pep talk may be good help to a friend, they would not be needed to calm and quiet the emotionally distraught citizens of dinarland.
Let's turn our collective energy to appeal to our popular gurus to wait and offer what they know, not what they hope - unless the expression of hope is clearly only that. This would end MUCH of the REAL negativity among the currency holder audience. The angst and bewilderment of an unhealthy proportion of dinarland would cease if gurus would simply discipline themselves to restrain their hopes disguised as facts, their assertions of "done" but really meaning only in an ethereal sense, and their misleading implications which are calculated to allow their later deniability.
This is SO much simpler than my detractors have made it. We ask for honesty. We ask that hopes and expectations not be presented at facts. We ask that the sources of dozens and dozens of failed "announcements" not still be passed through to us as certain fact.
Finally, we ask that these things be provided by these currency information channels instead of these little vignettes designed to calm, quiet, and inspire us, instead of inform us.
It is a blessing to see each soul I come in contact with growing in their own way. I'm proud of you for the growth in you which you've described. Please, however, this is "Dinar Recaps", not "The Word for the Day". I'm pleased to hear any honest and solid information you will share from sources not previously proved to be unreliable.
Thanks for the thought,