WHAT IS JOSEF'S "END GAME?"
June 9 2016
Thursday, June 9, 2016
RV Final Thought - Philippians 4:6-8 - Yosef's End Game - 6.9.16
Healing the soul of the world with love.
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.
What is Yosef's "End Game?" By: One Who Believes
There is so much talk about the ZIM, and who is right about the Value, and even questions about Yosef's Integrity. Who should you believe and why?
#1) Currency "Values" and "Dates." Rates and Dates are about 5% of what Yosef brings to the table on the intel calls. It is so small in proportion that it hardly counts as the "Measure" of his value to Dinar Land. The majority of his contributions are of a spiritual nature and Post RV Humanitarian activities. We thank God for him... What else is there to say about that?
So what is his evil end game? He gives such comfort and great advice on our post RV lives and then gives bogus rates so he can say what? Ha! Ha! I tricked you into believing you could get more for your zim? Come on people!!! Think about that for a minute. Who does that make sense to?
Clearly he wants you to have as much money as you can get so that you can do as many Humanitarian projects as you can. The more money you get the more help to the World you are able to offer. Yeah... That's evil all right!!! (That is sarcasm by the way)
Let's look at this logically shall we? The worst that could happen by taking Yosef's advice is that you ask for higher rates and you don’t get them. That is the worst that could happen? Doesn't sound so bad to me. So that begs the question... "What could be the Best thing that could happen by asking for the higher rates?" You get them!! Duh? This doesn't sound like the evil intent that the other gurus would have you believe... Does it?
But, there is more..... Consider what ZIM has that no other currency has.
2) Currency Outstanding and Debt. While I am no expert on the EXACT picture of the Zimbabwe currency story, I do have enough information to judge its status. #1) It has no Outstanding Debt. Can you say that about Iraq or the other countries at the time of valuation? #2) Its currency went out of circulation very early after it was issued. In short, there is very little of it out in the World. Unlike Iraq, where not only was there tons of notes in circulation and Over printed to boot, it was also counterfeited by numerous countries beyond belief. As I understand it, these over prints and even the counterfeit notes will be honored and exchanged. What a HUGE dilution of value and still they will be paid at very high rates. In contrast, there is so few Zim notes on the street since they had no value and it is clear that they WERE NOT over printed, nor were they ever counterfeited due to their worthless state. Zimbabwe probably has the fewest outstanding notes on the street than any other country in the World. This means more value per note.
#3) Valuation. Back in the early days of the 7 & 11 cent zim rates, the rates were calculated on the value of the assets in the ground for Zimbabwe. That is no surprise as that is the same calculation that all of the other countries are valued on. However, things have changed for the ZIM in a HUGE way. It turns out that the Zimbabwe Dollar is to become the Reserve currency for the entire Continent of Africa. How is that relevant? Simple. The "Valuation" of the Zimbabwe Dollar now, is not only based on the incredibly valuable assets it has in its tiny little country, but since it will be the reserve currency for the entire continent of Africa, it is now valued on the incredibly valuable assets of the entire contentment of Africa! (Look at the Illustration) That's a HUGE area full of valuable resources!!! Look it up in past http://inteldinarchronicles.blogspot.com/ posts for yourself. If it was worth 7 & 11 cents before for the tiny area of Zimbabwe only, what is worth now when considering all the valuable resources on the entire continent of Africa? Yes.. More... A LOT MORE!!!!
#4) Currency & A Bond. If that wasn't enough, it turns out that Zim is both a Currency and a bond. Who let that cat out of the bag? Yes, of course it was Yosef, giving us inside information to combat those who don’t want us to know. While I don’t truly understand all this platform trading and all that, it turns out that it is being traded on platforms as a bond and increasing in value daily as we wait to go. That is, for every day we wait, it becomes more valuable for Zimbabwe and us.
Are there more reasons that the ZIM might just be the unbelievable value that it is reported to be? I'm sure there are, but of course the bad guys are keeping it from us. Notice that Yosef gives detailed reasons why he thinks the Zim is more valuable and the others just say it is crazy. Do they tackle the fact that Zimbabwe has no debt, very little currency in circulation, is one of the most valuable countries on the planet and that the valuation now includes all of Africa? No they forget to mention all those details.
All I ask is that you recognize the good guy's vibrations of possibility and the bad guy's vibrations of disbelief & scorn. Remember when "People" told you that you were stupid and a sucker when you bought the Zim? What did they say? That is CRAZY that you could buy a defunct out of circulation currency for a few dollars on the internet and make millions!!!!! How stupid and crazy!!!! There is NO way that could be!!! It just doesn't make since!!! When I told an old friend of mine about the Zim, he asked if I was in a cult and needed some help. It sounded crazy to disbelievers.
What about now? It is clear that the defunct, out of circulation currency that you bought for a few dollars on the internet was one of the best investments that one could have ever made, not only in your lifetime, but in the history of World!!!
Now what do "They" say? "People" now tell you that you are stupid and a sucker when you think that ZIM will be more than 11 cents and make Billions and even Trillions!! What do they say? That is CRAZY that you could buy a defunct out of circulation currency for a few dollars on the internet and make Billions and Trillions!!!!! How stupid and crazy!!!! There is NO way that could be!!! It just doesn't make sense!!!
Don’t "They" sound just like the ones who tried to talk you out of this in the first place? I think so. If you didn't listen to them before, why would you listen to them now? What is the down side if you listen to them now? You could lose billions and Trillions if the rate is actually higher! What if they are right (the rates are low) and you ask for the higher rates anyway? You get what you get. By simple logic, it is clear that it is better to go for the higher rates in case they are true.
So, The Bottom Line: Is the ZIM moderately valuable like the others say or is it extremely valuable as Yousef would have you believe? I really don’t know, but if I had to pick a side, it wouldn't even be close. I would choose to believe Yosef all day long before I would listen to any nay-sayer without heart. If the others truly had your best interest at heart, they would always say, "ask for the higher rates just in case it is true." If they don't, they are "Suspect" in my book. While I don't know what Zim will be in the end, I do know is that there is a lot more involved with the Zim than any other currency and that it has more going for it, and it is more valuable than any other currency in the World. I will ask about "Sovereign Rates" or what their highest rate is, just in case.
The BEST part is that you don’t have to know who is right and who is wrong. Follow this logical plan. Whatever you do... Don't ask for 11 cents (a low rate) before you find out what is actually available. All you have to do instead is just ask for the highest rates that they have to offer when you are at your exchange. Then you get what you get. How easy is that?
Signed: One Who Believes