posted on Nov, 17 2011 @ 04:48 AM
reply to post by jameshawkings
Thanks for the response jameshawkings.
For the most part, the dilemma is a live and well. 'Expedited' as it is the only word I can conjure for description. There are some of my client's
getting beat up financially by the devastating droughts and some being pummeled by excessive rain fall and/or flooding in wide spread areas.This is a
'Double-edged-sword' or possibly triple edged, for that matter.
Continual issues both in the financial realm and the economic sector's/investment sector's.
I wish I could disclose how many named companies I am speaking of, but I can't for fear of loss of my position and currently only source of
The lists for the OFAC grouping is getting bigger and the traveler's abroad, no matter who or what your profession are fodder for the game. The sad
thing is that there were good people already situated in these now OFAC declared Countries that have no other means to access their funds for survival
purpose's. Many of which don't have relation to anyone in the USA or places where the help could come from.
It is still happening, though I work the graveyard shift, and don't get the many calls and contacts as I did during the days, the over all effect is
enough for me to know there is something a muck in these financial and industrial situation's.
There is nothing I can personally do except look at my screen and feel sorry for these individuals, "Sad but true."
No falsified empathy here. Can't believe that there is little hub-bub over these issues and so little MSM coverage of these events. Could be that the
quietness could be because of the people in the know are as afraid as I am when it comes to losing my job for talking outside of the establishment of
If something should happen, I should unfortunately loose my position, I will come back with banner's flying with full disclosure of these event's
not being normal but rather suspicious by all means of the situation. "Hope you can understand?