Entry Submitted by Matt1075 at 3:00 PM EDT on August 27, 2021
Windrunner, what I have read here is that currency exchange/redemption will be possible in all countries. This is a worldwide process. Just keep an eye on your email and watch websites like this one for information.
Now I would also like to offer some thoughts/opinions about the exchange/redemption process. I also saw Dave’s post. When he stated that Zim currency would never be revalued, my initial reaction was pretty negative. But the key word here was “revalued”. He did go on later to state that it WOULD be REDEEMED if you had one or more humanitarian projects. This is where my opinion differs from most.
It looks to me like most of us here who wish to help as humanitarians are not successful well-to-do business people. Personally, I am a retired truck driver living on a low income. It positions me well to understand and have compassion for those who are struggling financially. My later life has been very much focused on spiritual development which has led me to value truth and integrity. I think that I could be a good source of financial backing for those that have the proper background and motivations to improve living conditions all over the world.
So, as I see it, there are a lot of us in the same boat. I think if the people managing the exchange process are too focused on specific project ideas and outlines, they are going to BADLY shoot down this recovery process by turning away too many good people. There has to be flexibility and recognition for those who have good intentions but may be lacking in business skills. Some of us will just want to function as a financial SOURCE. I see nothing wrong with that.
One more thought about this exchange/redemption process- I have a lot of discomfort with this whole idea of project plans/outlines. When GESARA/NESARA finally gets here, how fast will the new technologies be offered and by whom? Do we need to jump in and manufacture stuff, or will it just be handed out? There are too many unknowns. I think we need to be prepared to be flexible, looking to see how exactly progress is being made and ready to jump in where we are most needed rather than tightly focused on planned projects.
Best wishes, Matt1075
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