Iko Ward: IQD 1166 across the board. VND under 22000. CNY above 6.4. It’s the little things that mean so much. Film after midnight. Bbl
JJF : Iko – what does film after midnight mean?
Iko Ward : JJF..should be more intel then
BJJ: What are Roadrunner and Iko saying?
RoadRunner: bjj, we r thinking by tomorrow or friday, no later than sunday. lol. bjj, must be before the 15th……..
Tennwolfman : I got a piece of news–I have gained another contact and they are saying it is done and heading this way…..4 contacts now and they all are saying the same thing–I think that is super great
Helzangel026: I thought the Internet groups were supposed to go before the public? No one has talked about that for awhile…..
2562bce: helz, the internet people will be first to know when to go because we are paying closest attention, but we are still part of the public.
Ice: we are the public Internet group
FreedomFinder3013: My Canadian Bank story….started on Dec 2, 2015
As we all seen a few days ago there was a woman in Toronto Canada that made an exchange of her VND, ZIM and Rupiah at a TD Canada Bank in Toronto, Canada as per what Tony said on his call.
And that the rate she got was .47 for the VND. After I heard that information on the Tony Call, I started making some inquires.
I called TD Canada bank asking questions about who do I talk to with regards to exchanging my currency and was transferred from 1 department to another until a gentleman from Markham Ontario come on the line and asked me how he can help me. I told him I held VND among other currencies.
I also told him I was well aware of people exchanging this currency in Toronto and I was just inquiring as to what procedure I needed to take to do the same transaction.
At first he treated me like I was a member of the Clampett family, and started telling me the same things I already knew with regards to going to my local branch and having them call the foreign exchange peeps in Toronto to get the current rate and the teller would be happy to exchange my VND back to Canadian no problem.
Then he asked me the GOLDEN question…………….HOW MUCH DO I HAVE IN VND???????
I told him I had in excess of 200 million VND and his voice went up by 10 octaves. REALLY He said thats very interesting. Then he said and I quote, ” By my rough calculations 200 million in Vietnamese currency roughly converts to 94 million Canadian dollars.
Can you hold the line please I would like to speak to my superiors and get more information for you to make sure we here at TD Canada get you in front of the right person” unquote
A couple of mins later he came back on the line and told me that within a half hour he would have someone from the Private banking sector contact me.
We hung up the phone and not 20 mins later 2 people from TD WATERHOUSE called me. Asked me a bunch of questions. reconfirmed the amount I had and asked if I would be investing my money with TD Canada.
I said I was considering that as an option. I also said I would like to buy a house etc. They both giggled and told me that I would be able to buy a very nice house and that they would be in touch with me.
We hung up the phone, and I havent heard anything from them since. Not sure why?
The point I Want to make here is when you recalculate 200 mil in DONG to 94 mil Canadian the rate you get is .47.
I dont know the woman that exchanged in Toronto, or her private banker and I never once mentioned a rate of .47 to the guy who’s voice changed real fast either
These events are 2 seperate things talking to 2 different banking people. By the way I live in the western provinces too Ontario is 3000 miles away from me.
ALSO……………..a friend of mine recently purchased VND from her TD Canada in Vancouver (several miles away from Toronto) over the phone and the person on the other end of the phone told her and I quote…………………Mame, you do realize that this currency is in the process of revaluing dont you? she politely replied, yes as a matter of fact I do know that, and hung up after the order was finished.
Also Yesterday just for shootes and giggles I called a wealth manager at a smaller location in a smaller town closer to where I live and asked about exchanging this currency, and the WM assistant told me, and I quote her words………………there has been chatter of a revaluation on the VND and that I would have to wait until it revalued before I could exchange it to Canadian dollars
Folks I learned yesterday that there is a huge difference in the knowledge between a Private Banker and a Wealth Manager thats for sure, because the WM told me there was no such thing as a private banker at TD Canada. So I googled that too by the way and found the names of 6 senior private bankers in 2 of the major cities near me.
My detective work on this is far from over, its just a matter of finding the right person that knows what I am talking about……..I believe that I ( diggity dog DONG detective) am on the right trail.
Have an amazing day and I hope this adventure I have been on since Dec 2nd, 2015 has encouraged some of you that this is real and some know more than others thats all!
Emailed to Recaps:
The Global Economic Reset Has Begun December 9, 2015
By Brandon Smith
In my last article, I outlined the deliberately engineered trend toward the forced “harmonization” of national economies and monetary policies, as well as the ultimate end goal of globalists: a single world currency system controlled by the International Monetary Fund and, by extension, global governance, which internationalists sometimes refer to in their more honest public moments as the “new world order.”
The schematic for the new world order, according to the admissions of the internationalists, cannot possibly include the continued existence of U.S. geopolitical and economic dominance. The plan, in fact, requires the destabilization and reformation of America into a shell of its former glory. The most important element of this plan demands the removal of the U.S. dollar as the de facto world reserve currency, a change that would devastate our current financial structure.
I outlined with undeniable evidence the reality that major governments, including the BRICS governments of the East, are fully on board with the globalist agenda. There is no way around it; the BRICS, including Russia and China, have openly called for a global monetary system centralized and dictated by the IMF using the SDR basket. This same plan was outlined decades ago in the Rothschild-owned magazine The Economist. We are witnessing that plan being implemented in front of our very eyes today.
For the past couple of years, the current head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, has used the phrase “global economic reset” often in her speeches and interviews.
There is some (deliberate) ambiguity to this notion, but after sitting through hours upon hours of her most boring and repetitive discussions in globalist think tanks such as the Council On Foreign Relations, the consistent message is pretty straightforward. If anyone can stand to listen to this woman’s carefully crafted prattle and well-vetted half-truths for more than five minutes, I suggest they watch this particular speech given in January at the CFR:
Her message on the global economic reset is essentially this: “Collective” cooperation will not just be encouraged in the new order, it will be required — meaning, the collective cooperation of all nations toward the same geopolitical and economic framework. If this is not accomplished, great fiscal pain will be felt and “spillover” will result.
Translation: Due to the forced interdependency of globalism, crisis in one country could cause a domino effect of crisis in other countries; therefore, all countries and their economic behavior must be managed by a central authority to prevent blundering governments or “rogue central banks” from upsetting the balance.