Entry Submitted by Bez7 at 10:51 PM EDT on April 7, 2017
[Foreword: In the 90’s we were told that towards the time of the big change over people would be so frustrated at hearing “the check is in the mail” or “stay home this weekend to wait for the FedEx or UPS truck to deliver your package” that most would just write it off and go on about life. Having tied a knot at the end of our rope we have hung on while doing what we had to do to survive until we could thrive.
The planning actually started decades ago when some began to understand that all fiat money schemes in history have all collapsed in anarchy after an average of about 40 years. Books were written with such titles as “The Day the Dollar Dies”. We are long overdue. The goal this time is for a transition, not a bloody revolution.
the following article expresses the frustration that everybody I know involved in this is feeling or has felt. Actually this may be a good symptom. Some of us have been on this roller coaster ride for over twenty years counting the early prosperity programs, the Gilmore Groups, Agricultural related damages claims aka Farm Claims aka Bank Claims, etc. At first we thought this concerns only those here in the US; then some of us figured out the inconvenient truth that no country is an island that can do only that which concerns their own citizens. What one does affects the entire world. A rock dropped in our pond makes waves all shores and rocks all boats. We could never go on the gold/asset money standard all by our lonesome. Everybody had to be involved. Stop and think of the complexity of first getting everybody to agree something had to be done. Then that something could be done. Then what was it going to take to get everybody to agree exactly how it was to be done. Then get all 200 plus countries and their agencies to coordinate when it was to be done. Then who will have the final say so to push “the easy button”. Let us pray for that person or group that will initiate the greatest transfer of wealth in history since God created Adam on the earth.
You newbies that got involved recently have missed all the angst of unrequited expectations. Yes indeed that is the correct word “Unrequited is used almost exclusively in the context of romantic love. If you love someone and they don't love you back––that, my friend, is a case of unrequited love.” We all would “love” to have had this over with long ago.
HOWEVER, this will not go on much longer. We “Romeos” will soon have our “Juliets” in the form of whatever our currencies exchanges bring to us in the final consummation of this love affair.
Don’t despair we are nearly there.
Bez7 aka the eternal optimist. J]