“Zim Redemption” by Windrunner63 – 4.5.22

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Entry Submitted by Windrunner63 at 10:16 PM ET on April 5, 2022

Have been reading daily on DC about “Zim Redemption” and how the bond was worth .30 on a million which would translate to $30M for a 100T note.  You would think then that they would be rare.  You can buy a group of ten (10) of these notes on GESARA.SHOP for $3400 British Pounds.  So the info we read daily from gurus about rates, and “just a few more days” is beginning to sound a little like “fools Gold”.  I really like what MarkZ, Holly, Wolverine, Nick Fleming provide, but perhaps they themselves are being fed a little “fools Gold” to keep us at the edge of our seats.

I welcome any comment or criticism.  This is merely a thought for discussion.  I read Judy Byington with anticipation twice daily, and look for comments of those I mentioned, but you know the saying…..If it sounds too good to be true…..

Windrunner63
Patiently waiting in Kanada

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