DeepWoodz: Does anybody have any ideas on how the GOI might could convince the citizens to turn in their dollars for dinars? You know, because they need to stop using the dollar cause that’s what we want. Maybe in a way that would even benefit them? Brilliant
Humble1: Sorry Deep, I have racked my brain on that topic and I have nothing, wait a minute, a thought has just occurred to me, what if, now follow this, because it is thinking way outside the box, I can’t believe this just came to me, but what if, they increase the value of their dinar to be greater than the value of the dollar, I know, I know, that is super radical thought, just came to me out of thin air, but I believe that would get the citizens to deposit their dinar in the banks, but wait they would need new small category notes to make that work, oh well we can’t expect them to all of a sudden print new notes at this time, if only they already had new small category notes that might work, oh well, I am at loss for what they should do Deep, nothing else comes to mind, sorry I could not help more, lololololol
DeepWoodz: I hadn’t even thought of that!!!Brilliant!!….I was thinking the opposite. Raise the value of the dollar so they will in turn sell all their dollars for an abundance of dinars…..wait for it hold on…………………….then boom change that rate to the glory days and voila!!! Citizens gettin paid!!! Whoop whoop
NKaiser: IMO the devalue makes no sense and I believe it’s part of the global reset the central bankers are trying to impose on the world economy.
Clare: Rare ‘Christmas Star’ to be visible for first time in 800 years on Dec. 21
Jupiter, Saturn align perfectly to create rare star on winter solstice
With this year’s winter solstice comes more than just confirmation of our already-cold weather and ever-fleeting daylight: The rare “Christmas Star” will be visible for the first time in 800 years.
Each year, Earth’s northern hemisphere enters the winter solstice on Dec. 21 — the shortest day of the year — officially marking the start of winter. This year, bright planets Jupiter and Saturn will align perfectly on Dec. 21 to create what is commonly called the Christmas Star or the “Star of Bethlehem.”
According to NASA, Jupiter and Saturn align with one another every 20 years or so, but not nearly as close together as they will be in 2020. The planets have not aligned this closely in about 400 years, nor has their alignment been visible (occurred at night) in about 800 years.
The timing of the occurrence couldn’t be more perfect: The winter solstice may be the shortest day of the year, but that also means it’s the longest night of the year — so there will be plenty of opportunity to take a peak at this once-in-a-lifetime star.
Experts say the Christmas Star can be seen by the unaided eye just after sunset on Dec. 21, 2020. Just make sure you’re facing southwest.
It’s also possible that the phenomenon will be visible throughout the week.
We suggest you seize this opportunity if you can — experts believe Jupiter and Saturn won’t be this close together again for at least another 60 years.