“Thank you for calling the RV/GCR Hotline.”
“Please press One for the date of the public release of the RV/GCR.”
“Please press Two for the new and improved, uber-increased rates.”
“Please press Three if you hold ZIM and think it’s a Bond.”
“Please press Four if you hold ZIM and think it’s currency.”
“Please press Five if you are in need of your daily rumor fix.”
“Please press Six if you’d like to hear the latest articles out of Iraq on Audio-articles.”
“Please press Seven if you want a copy of the Iraq Gazette sent to your email.”
“Please press Eight if you would like to set an appointment with one of our Certified Therapists.”
“Please press Nine if you believe your Brother in Law is correct and that this IS a scam.”
And so on and so forth, until all the various buttons have all been exhausted. Even to the point of hitting 0#0#0#0#0# a few hundred times in rapid succession, hoping to “crack the code” and speak to a real live Guru.
Don’t we all wish it was just that easy. And in today’s world of instant auto-gratification, shouldn’t it be? I mean, is that simply too much to ask?
Yes, as a matter fact, now that you ask, it is too much to ask. At least when it comes to this here RV/GCR thing, it certainly is. You see, nobody really knows what’s going to happen and they surely don’t know when.
I mean, how could they be expected to know the unknown when even those that are working feverishly behind the scenes (at least we’ve been told they are anyway) haven’t a clue as to when this thing is “officially” going to pop.
Sure, they have “windows”. Sections of time when they hope to have everything lined up, all “pings” re-pinged, and once having accomplished that relatively simple (in the eyes of many people) task, they can then push the “Easy” button, thereby installing the “codes” and the dominoes continue to fall from there.
Eventually populating all the gray/green/blue/black/purple bank screens across the globe with the new-fangled rates, rendering all of Dinarland with one 800 number after another. Then, after hearing the wonderful news of the release of the RV/GCR, folks can finally begin to board numerous buses (in an orderly fashion mind you) and make a beeline for the Banks.
Unfortunately, it’s not going to happen that way, despite how much many of us wish it would. The best we can hope for is just a nugget or two of “possibilities” here and there along the way that could very well be signs of global progress right before our very eyes, whether we are smart enough to see them or not.
Enter the quote-unquote “Guru’s” of Dinarland. The outspoken few that have taken it upon themselves to step up on their soapboxes and post their opinions, pointing out these “possibilities”, despite the huge amount of flack that comes along with the territory.
Why do they do this? Why continually put themselves in harms way? Nobody really knows their motives, what drives them to want to share their opinions at great peril. Mainly to themselves.
But despite knowing all the pitfalls, they continue to do so. Well, most of them anyway. I recently became aware of one of Dinarland’s faves that has chosen to say goodbye, quickly exiting Stage Left, due to the ungrateful negativity that can become all too consuming in the RV/GCR game. After all, skin is only so thick and after a while the negativity can become overwhelming.
Which I myself find to be truly a shame. Especially at this stage of the game. As I mentioned earlier, I don’t believe anyone, Guru or not, can state that beyond a shadow of a doubt THIS is the day the RV/GCR will be released and THESE are the guaranteed new rates of the popular currencies you hold. Nobody.
But what they can (and do) offer is hope. Yes, hope. A reason to remain in the game, despite all odds. And at this point in time, hope is a precious and extremely rare commodity. Difficult to put a price on it, that’s for certain. And I believe hope is different from “hopium”.
Hopium, to me anyway, connotates a sense of falseness, an intention to mislead. But hope gets people through another day of disappointment. Which, at this point, I believe is priceless.
After being on this journey for nearly a decade, the one thing I find most difficult is to keep hope afloat. An no, it’s not because I ride the so called Dinarland roller coaster.
I choose to take the global way around this thing and even then, every time you begin to think there’s no way this country or that countries economy can survive a disaster of that proportion, they do. And they do it time and time again. Can you spell endless manipulation?
As someone well known in Dinarland used to say, “There are no guarantees in life. None.” and truer words were never spoken.
My point in all of this is that there comes a point where you have to ask yourself, am I in it to win it or not. And if not, there are plenty of ways to sell your currency and simply walk away, stress be gone. It truly is that easy.
Unfortunately I had to do that very thing a short time ago, selling back a good bit of my currency as a matter of survival. After all, if I’m not there at the finish line, then all this struggle was for naught.
But you better believe I’m going to be there at the finish line with whatever currency I still hold in my possession. And I hope all of you will as well.
Forget about how many days/weeks/months/years you’ve spent grinding to get where you are now. Focus on the strength it took to get here and celebrate that huge accomplishment, being grateful that you made it this far. Many haven’t been as fortunate.
We can only go forward from here. And we do that with hope. Hope for a better future for us, our family and our friends. Hope for a better planet for all people of the world to enjoy.
Please continue to hang in there and whatever it takes, find your hope, wherever it comes from, and continue to hold onto it no matter what it takes.
All my best, Dr. Dinar.