“Zim In-Country Rate” – One Who Knows – 4.7.17

“Zim In-Country Rate” – One Who Knows – 4.7.17

Entry Submitted by One Who Knows at 11:20 AM EDT on April 7, 2017

Re-posted (6-9-17) by request of One Who Knows. ~ Dinar Chronicles

Zim In-Country Rate

Ralf asked a question about Zim’s In-Country rates.

The Zim “Strategy” has been very complex to say the least. There is way more going on here that you even realize.

Remember that way back in 2001, we were about to go to the Gold standard and implement NESARA standards, when the Cabal did their Cabal thing and attacked our own country to start a war. But that is not the point. The point is the timing of things since then.

It should be clear to anyone who’s paying attention to the Game Play, that Zimbabwe printing that crazy high currency 7 years later in 2008, was part of the Cabal take down plan. Did you really buy the “Rampant Inflation” Theory? It was a way to store the nearly unlimited value of Zimbabwe and Africa in useless Bond notes. Looking back, isn’t it easy to see that they were printed as “Bonds” on 25% Cotton Bond paper (Not durable 100% cotton currency paper), for a very good reason, play, and strategy?

They Were Already Redeemed In Country

So, in the big plan, it was NOT to give all the Value of Africa to the Zimbabwe people, but to spread it out to the World for benevolent Humanitarian work. In line with that plan, they collected all the Large Zim “Bond Notes” in country a long time ago. You can look up the articles from two or three years ago. They paid people $5 per account that they lost in that time, and a small amount per Zim Bond Note. I don’t remember exactly what it was, but it was declared that after a certain time, they would no longer be redeemed in country.

To set the stage, the Zim currency had No value on the World currency markets, and was considered a worthless collector novelty item. So the Zimbabwe people jumped at the chance to get “something” for their money while the getting was good. But what has happened since they dried up the Zim notes in country? Good Question.

Since Then…

Since that time, Zimbabwe has re-introduced the Zim bond note in country in the lower denominations at a rate of $1 Zim Bond to $1 USD. And most importantly, the old Zim Bonds in the Trillions have become the most valuable piece of paper on the planet. One $100T note can buy any corporation on the Planet 1000 times over. But that was the point wasn’t it?

The Strategy

Print the “Legal” Bond notes against the entire value of the African Continent. Then declare them worthless, protecting them from being horded, or leveraged by the Cabal. Then at the right time collect up (Redeem) the Bonds in country at a very low rate. Once that has been done, “Leak Out” to Dinarland that they will have “Some” value. Then only the people who have the most faith, take a chance on them. As they spread out over the World, leak more and more info about the Zim, and soon the Humanitarian wealth has been (Equally?) spread throughout the World. Then, just in time, bring out Yosef to drop the bomb that there will be NO LOP. What? Well, you know the rest after that.

Now You Ask….

Does it have value for real? YES, it does and the World is depending on it. Should you get on the band wagon and buy some? Only if you want to have Trillions of dollars to help Humanity.

The Biggest Question

The biggest question you have to ask yourself is: “Did Zimbabwe really screw up and decide to print crazy high currency denominations on the wrong paper by accident, or was it an intentional genius plan to thwart the Cabal, and save the World when the GCR finally was successful? It was either Genius, or stupidity. When you answer that question, you will know what to do.

May You Get Everything You Want and Live The Life Of Your Dreams/Plans

Signed: One Who Knows

Reference Post:
“Question on Exchange”



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