On Sunday Feb. 26 this guy footforward did a conference call saying that hundreds of trillions of dollars need to be moved around as the prosperity packages and global settlements are resolved. For this reason it might take a couple of days for us to actually see the manifestation of this historical revaluation. He said the longer this takes the higher the rate will be because more money will be needed to fix the problems in the world's economy. In fact he says the system will require quadrillions of dollars to "really get it going again". He proclaims that we're going to see "heaven on earth" as this blessing from God shows up. He went on to say that he believes it will happen by the end of February (oops) and that Iran and Syria will be "dealt with". His accompanist (or should I say accomplice?) in this nonsense was a guy named Lou who buttered him up and helped him explain how the revaluation of the dinar is tied in to a coming worldwide revival. He (ff) goes on to say that there are going to be trillionaires and that he is going to have trillions of dollars pass through his hands in his lifetime. (Currently the world's wealthiest man is Carlos Slim with an estimated fortune of $63 billion. Bill Gates was worth $100 billion at the peak of the tech bubble in the 90s. He's worth less than $60 billion now.)
Okay, first of all there aren't hundreds of trillions of dollars in existence, let alone quadrillions. (Don't these people know how to research this stuff?) Second, the global settlements/prosperity packages nonsense has been thoroughly debunked time and time again. And third, where does this "man of God" get the idea that heaven on earth is going to happen prior to the return of Christ? I mean, are Christians supposed to put their trust in God or the dinar? It's almost like ff has substituted the RV for the second coming. Dude, your intel sucks, your theology stinks, and your understanding of economics is sorely lacking. Do us all a favour and go back to working the merchandise booth for Benny Hinn crusades. In the meantime enjoy this week's Douchebag Award.