News, Rumors and Opinions Monday Morning 9-16-19

"Life" by PinkRoses - 9.15.19

Entry Submitted by PinkRoses at 5:05 PM EDT on September 15, 2019

Life is a gift. When we are born and who and how we are raised and the path that takes we are not given a choice. For some it's the happiest time of their lives, but for others it is a time of just surviving without love being shown to them.

When we reach adulthood that is when we get to choose how we embrace our life for good with love or for evil with hate. Some choose good and love, and some choose evil and hate.

Being part of Dinarland on this journey we all have seen good and love and we have seen evil and hate. No matter how many years you have been involved on this journey it has led you to this moment of time to receive the blessing that is about to be bestowed on us.

Whatever that amount is, we have a choice to help and serve others out of the goodness of our hearts or just serve ourselves. We can learn what hasn't worked for the good of others and embrace what has. If we all do so, then our children and their children and their children when they are born and raised they are ALL shown love and goodness in their lives.

Do no harm. We all have heard or read that statement before. Do No Harm. May we all Do no harm to others particularly to the children of this world and future generations.

 They are innocent beings that deserve to remain innocent as children. Please, help keep all children safe and show them kindness and love always. Thank you, best wishes to all, love and hugs,



Courtesy of Dinar Guru

Jeff    Article [Parliamentary Energy:  The Presidency of Parliament addressed the government to send the oil and gas law to vote on it].   ...

We are in close proximity to the rate change that is why since mid July the news has been flooded with articles talking about HCL and Article 140...But what I want to stress to you is these are post rate change has blown up and exploded with articles talking about HCL oil and gas law and Article 140 because Iraq is now positioned for these. 

We're right in front of the rate change...


Breitbart: "Tear gas, Molotovs and brawls mark 99th day of Hong Kong protests"

Tear gas, Molotovs and brawls mark 99th day of Hong Kong protests
by AFP

Hong Kong (AFP) – Hong Kong riot police fired tear gas and water cannon at hardcore pro-democracy protesters hurling rocks and petrol bombs on Sunday, tipping the violence-plagued city back into chaos after a brief lull in clashes.

Tens of thousands of people defied authorities to march through the city in an unsanctioned rally on Sunday, the latest expression of a popular revolt that has raged for the last 99 days.

The rally descended into violence when small groups of hardcore activists — known within the movement as “braves” — attacked the city’s main government complex.



Tishwash:  this is on the CBI site  why do they need to know about the new zloty?  Hmm

The National Bank of Poland launched the updated banknote for 100 zloty

All licensed banks ( National Bank of Poland  put forward for circulation the updated banknote for the category ( 100 ) zloty ) ... To view Click here link


Harambe:  CNBC: Brent jumps more than 10% after drone strikes disrupt Saudi crude production (9/15/19)


Harambe:  CNBC: Gold rises more than 1% on global turmoil — but silver surges more (9/16/19)

Gold and silver prices jumped more than 1% on Monday as investors fled to safe-haven assets after an attack on Saudi oil facilities raised concerns over global energy supply and ratcheted tensions in the Middle East.

Spot gold jumped 1.27% to $1,507.40 per ounce while U.S. gold futures rose 0.83% to $1,512.1. The gold-backed SPDR Gold Trust exchange-traded fund was down 0.82% at $140.15, with 874.51 tonnes of gold in trust on Friday.

Like gold, silver is seen as a safe-haven investment but the metal is also used in the production of consumer electronics goods as well as in the industrial sector, such as solar panels. Spot silver gained 2.96% to $17.94 per ounce.

The moves came after Saudi Arabia on Saturday shut down half its oil production after a series of drone strikes hit the world's largest oil processing facility. The attack was claimed by Yemen's Houthi rebels and the Trump administration has blamed Iran.

That closure is set to affect almost 5.7 million barrels of crude production a day, according to Saudi Aramco. That's about 5% of the world's daily oil production. In August, Saudi Arabia produced 9.85 million barrels per day, according to the data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

The Kingdom's energy minister said the attacks also led to a halt in gas production, which is set to reduce the supply of ethane and natural gas liquids by 50%.

U.S. crude and Brent prices jumped more than 9% each Monday morning during Asian hours.


Those of us who have been in the experience of the GCR/RV/Redemption for any period of time have been lulled into a sense of complacency where accepting the status quo has become the norm. True change only occurs when we revolt against mediocrity. When we start asking questions and quit being content to just exist, is when change flourishes.

 We must constantly educate ourselves in order to manifest the questions required for change. Being given this chance to start from the bottom-up again, we see where successes work, and you can also see where the status quo can be the biggest obstacle or roadblock to success.

The tragedy of life is not found in failure but rather, in complacency. Not in you doing too much, but doing too little. Not in your living above your means, but below your capacity. It's not failure but aiming too low that is life's greatest tragedy. You can never work too hard on attitudes, effort and technique.

It is the person who is content with what has been done that is the obstacle in the path of progress. Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.

We all have a normal, but as you move outside of your comfort zone, what was once the unknown and frightening becomes your new normal. We shall have no better conditions in the future if we are satisfied with all the conditions which we have at present. What to fear is when things become better, people tend to want more for less work. We don’t want to turn this safety net of the RV into a hammock that lulls able-bodied people to lives of dependency and complacency.

In recent years, we've become enamored with our own past success. Lulled into complacency by the glitter of our own achievements. The U.S. became accustomed to the title of “Military Superpower”, forgetting the qualities that got us there. We've become accustomed to our economic dominance in the world, forgetting that it wasn't reckless deals and get rich quick schemes that got us where we are, but hard work and smart ideas, quality products and wise investments that forged our strength.

Our business leaders must not cling to old ways of doing business, or allow inertia or complacency to prevent them from making the decisions that they will eventually be forced to make.

It often seems easier not to move on, even when the muck and mire in which we're stuck seems less fearful and less challenging than the unknown path ahead. The potential of this RV/GCR has given people a reason to remain stuck. People will often say, "I know it’s coming, so I'm waiting". Having faith in this event happening is one thing but faith is not complacent, faith is action. You don't have faith and wait. When you have faith, you move. Complacency and accepting the status quo actually shows lack of faith.

When it's time to move in a new direction in order to progress, the right people will come to us. With our new-found wealth and abundance we must remain or strive to be benevolent. The benevolent have the advantage of the envious, because in the world today the envious man is tormented not only by all the ill that befalls himself, but by all the good that happens to another. Whereas benevolent people are better prepared to bear their own calamities unruffled, from the calm and serenity they have secured from contemplating the prosperity of all around them. It's our nature that human beings like success but they hate successful people. Your actions as an entrepreneur will define the perceptions of those who view you and ultimately determine how you succeed in your endeavors.

The average age of the world's great civilizations has been two hundred years. These nations have progressed through the following sequence and cycle: from bondage to spiritual faith, from spiritual faith to great courage, from courage to liberty, from liberty to abundance, from abundance to selfishness, from selfishness to complacency from complacency to apathy, from apathy to dependency, from dependency back to bondage.

We must take advantage of this once in a life -time event to break the cycle. We must strive to be benevolent and remain humble in our fortunes. We cannot allow our abundance to foster the mentality of wanting more for doing less. The kind of entrepreneurs we need to be are the kind who are willing to fight that status quo, bureaucracy, complacency, and corruption.

We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today.

We are confronted with the urgency of now. There is such a thing as being too late. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is a time for vigorous and positive action. Change before you have to.

So why do I write, torturing myself to put it down? Because hate and force cannot be in just a part of the world without having an effect on the rest of it and in spite of myself I've learned some things. Without the possibility of action, all knowledge gets labeled "file and forget," and I can neither file nor forget. This is my small attempt at taking action. From my own personal point of view “To try and fail, has merit but to never try at all has none."   DJ


Economic Collapse News - Oil Prices Just Jumped 20%, 48,000 GM Workers On Strike

Published on Sep 16, 2019

Economic collapse news. Huge events happening we could see some trouble on markets depending on how the GM Strike plays out.

The auto industry has been in decline and the UAW wants higher pay for workers. GM announced plant closures in Ohio and Michigan and now the workers demand they re-open the Lordstown Ohio maufacturing facility. GM says they can't because of economic reasons.

 Also we see oil prices have just jumped 20% in minutes. With the economy already on thin ice the last thing the failing global economy needs is 20% increase in gas and fuel prices.