Mr. Halim, among the pioneer in gold dinar
Many friends in MMU and also here in UiTM always asking me about why the gold price is fluctuating or even decreasing? Well...my simple answer is the gold price is fictitious. It has been totally measured by dollar..as simple as that..gold price can't be measured by dollar! In this post, i would like to put in my best friends Mr. Halim and Mr. Nazri's ideas about this gold price issue. They are very passionate about this issues. Mr. Halim who one of the expert in this gold dinar and also Mr. Nazri who is currently a PhD student is very determined in researching the solution of the root problems in our financial system. For your information, he is an engineering degree and master holder but ignore his field just to focus about gold dinar in his research.
These are what they said about current decreasing of gold dinar in the market:
Mr. Halim said:
"Ever since Rothschild left the gold market in 2006, never ever looked at the gold value to be determined by the USD. The gold market has been fictitious since then. Price thats been stipulated in LBMA thens on are all merely a game show to continue fool the greed. What is the price of 1 aukiya of gold solidus?
"The price of 1gram of gold IS NOT = USD but the value of 1 gram of gold = 1 gram of gold."
Please digest the above very carefully and thoroughly. What ever physical gold that you may bought after 2006 until today is just a token by Dajal. It does not mean anything to Dajal, it is just a tip of the iceberg. After all, dajal has all the gold he wants to start
ruling this world.
So before anyone gone crazy for what ever that is happening now, just ignore it. Get as much gold as you could to safeguard yourself and your love ones."
Mr. Nazri said:
Yes I have to agree that the whole thing about today's gold price is fictitious. Tell me, how much "amount" of papers that will equal to 1 gram (or 1 oz) of gold? Don't need to answer it here! Nowadays, the very place that they play around with the gold price is in the "paper market". They call it COMEX in US, stand for Commodity Exchange. They sell you gold, the amount of which is written in the contract paper, but the actual gold does not have to be there. You can easily sell/buy those papers with no "real gold".
(1) Anyway, Ahad lps nak pegi beli kijang emas kat Maybank Kelantan.
(2) Ade sorang customer sapu bersih kijang 1 oz yg ada (about RM90,000). So no more 1 oz in Kelantan, sold-out.
(3) The other customer bg tau, in KL & Selangor dah lama sold-out. Maple leaf (kat UOB) pun sold-out (di KL and Selangor).
(4) Dia bg tau lagi -- satu hari tu-- there was one chinese guy beli 300 keping maple leaf (close to 1 million) di KL. No wonder it sold-out.
(5) So dia balik kampung, beli di Kelantan. Tp dia dpt beli yg half ounce je la, sebab 1 oz dah habis.
(6) Tp I lupa nak tanya yg sold-out tu 1 oz ke atau the whole kijang. Sape2 yg dok di KL/Selangor, kalau ade masa pls verify.
-- Another new topic --
(1) I tgh prepare paper utk seminar (Islamic Economics) that will be held in UM, late Nov. Dlm satu buku yg I baca (and I include it in that paper),
ade 3 to 4 cases of paper money failures that lead to economic turmoil, which eventually lead to fall down of their empires/government.
(2) Namely Rome in 3rd century, France in 1700s, and German (Wiemer republic) as recent as in 1920s.
(3) In all 3 cases, this similar statement is repeatedly written: The rich, because they understood the monetary debasement taking place, hoarded their gold and silver coins; and they became even richer. But the poor became poorer; they were stuck with virtually worthless coppers/papers and became increasingly dependent on public assistance.
(4) You see the same trend here? It is repeating itself! Nowadays, those who understand that paper money (in reality) is worthless, start to hoard gold and silver. Of course, being smart, they don't throw away the paper money. They either dispose (use) it or (quickly) convert it into gold and silver. Same trend right?
-- Final notes --
(1) Just imagine those who are rich (in excess of RM100,000) -- when a lot of these people understand gold, they will finish-up the kijang coins in ONE DAY.
(2) So, this is a time for people like you & me to buy few coins of kijang i.e. before "the rich" understood it. Don't wait and see. If you have to borrow money from your relatives, go and borrow it; buy a few coins of gold. Pay them back monthly (in paper RM hehe).
(3) Don't wait until that one chinese with 1 million (as above) to go around Malaysia, and finish-up the rest of kijang coins that are still available. By that time you are already too late.
(4) Pls take note, jewelery is not as good as gold coins, in terms of liquidity (selling back). You loss a lot also, because of workmanship (upah) yg tinggi. Grab the gold coins first. (Gold) jewelery will be our last resort.
(5) Maaf panjang, the economic situation is getting (more) serious!
(6) Numbering ni, follow www.chedet.com. Credit to him!
Anyway, good luck Mr. Nazri and Mr. Halim as well..!
p/s: Mr. Nazri now will be presenting paper about gold dinar and the collapse of fiat money in UM, late this Nov. Anyone interested about this gold dinar, should attend this conference.