“Nick’s Intel Podcast” by Logan B – 11.5.22


Entry Submitted by Logan B at 10:51 AM ET on November 5, 2022

If you haven’t seen this yet I will give you a quick low down. Nick opened with a statement that the US government has no intention of allowing Iraq to RV their currency until at least January 1st. He then opened the floor for questions. Crickets. Pretty much everyone that had questions before the podcast started turned it off after that statement and left. 

He went on to stick with his prior statements that there is no intention of including the Zim. I think everyone that might have remained after the Dinar statement left after that. There was only Kent Dunn and Nick left to finish. 

Nick is talking about the current gold-backed Zim not being traded at this time and for whatever reason largely ignored. That’s a good thing. The old Zim bonds were never going to be traded with ordinary currency and those that originally started this RV thing with the Kuwait RV never had any intention of ponying up the dough to redeem these bonds when they were added years later. The Zim bond is a different animal that may be handled completely differently than all the other currencies.


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