Ever see a parking cop mark your tires with chalk?
They do it because it identifies how long your car has been in one spot and it doesn’t permanently impact your property.
Did you know that you’ve been “chalked”?
Depending on how much currency you hold, when you bought it, where, what denominations, country of origin, phone numbers, emails, social security number, drivers license, passport number, group or batch number, blogging handle, criminal history, unpaid parking tickets, taxes in arrears, bankruptcies, credit ratings, even conference call participation and third person blog handles, etc..
Yup, the NPTB have been keeping diligent records. And they know who has been naughty and who has been nice.
They also know how frequently each of us has participated in GCR/RV social media community and more importantly–why.
So they have assigned different chalk colors to folks depending on their “threat level.”
Meaning, they already know what your true motivation is before you even pick up the phone to make an appointment.
Because of this strategy, they have different appointment locations for different folks, with different exchange scenarios for different colors of chalk.
ZIM Holders have a military green chalk color. And it warrants more time and a “one on one” staffing requirement, in a more secure, even isolated, exchange location setting.
The military doesn’t want ZIM exchangers to even seeing each other let alone talking to one another. Anonymity is paramount when it comes to the ZIM because of its exchange value.
Whereas Dinar holders have a red chalk color, and will be herded together in more of a mass exchange situation… this is simply due to the total volume of redeemers and the IQD’s low exchange value.
95% of all redemptions will be IQD because it’s the longest selling, best known RV currency — and by far the most gifted over time.
But even within this group, it seems the NPTB have been keeping detailed notes over the last twelve plus years.
So the thinking is a redemption staffer will be able to see several “chalk marks” on each of us before we ever walk through the front door.
Thus, we will all have a “digital file” before we arrive.
Some of us will even have a neon chalk mark that grants us elevated status based on our greater good commitment to the community.
While some of us will have a black chalk mark because of negative impacts we’ve fostered in Dinarland, and will wish they never called to make an appointment.
Surrender takes on a whole new meaning when you look at it from a public safety point of view.
But not to worry… we all have chalk marks in our file, and some in a variety of colors depending on how we played the GCR/RV game.
No need to panic or change you ways if you’ve been flying straight all these years while waiting, I just felt even the bad apples deserved to know what the GCR/RV oversight authorities were thinking.
As I firmly believe everyone deserves to know the real truth before entering an exchange center–no matter their chalk color(s).
Remember, do no harm is a real thing to the benevolents, and something they are responsible for teaching to our species.
And as it turns out, they know a lot more about us than we do about them.
God is with us.