This guy has been so insanely accurate over the last 6 months, that I almost think he already knows what happens and when…. Paying close attention to the “near future”…. Some of you may remember when I Commented, “white hat whale?”, on one of his posts in December, and he liked my comment… Doesnt mean he is, but I have my suspicions
Metropolitan Line MAYHEM during FA Cup semi-finals weekend: TfL re-examines ENTIRE fleet of 10-year-old Tubes as engineers run safety checks on the wheels with disruption set to last SIX WEEKS
London Underground passengers are warned of major disruption over next six weeks on Metropolitan line
Trains are pulled from service amid urgent safety checks because of fault identified on some of the wheels
Engineers are now checking entire fleet of S8 trains which were only introduced between 2009 and 2012
Sources at TfL say defects have been caused by issue with wheel lathe which is used for maintaining wheels
London Underground passengers were today warned of major disruption over the next six weeks on the Metropolitan line amid urgent safety checks on trains because of a fault identified on some of the wheels.
Engineers from Transport for London (TfL) are now checking the entire fleet of S8 trains used on the line, which were only introduced around a decade ago between 2009 and 2012 after being built by Bombardier in Derby.
Commuters were warned there could be a reduced timetable in place until late May – with a frequency of just one train every 30 minutes in some sections of the line, which operates out to Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
Australian miners swoop on Glencore copper opportunities as commodity price rises
We will look back at current events and realise that they marked the change from a dollar-based global economy underwritten by financial assets to commodity-backed currencies. We face a change from collateral being purely financial in nature to becoming commodity based. It is collateral that underwrites the whole financial system.
The ending of the financially based system is being hastened by geopolitical developments. The West is desperately trying to sanction Russia into economic submission, but is only succeeding in driving up energy, commodity, and food prices against itself. Central banks will have no option but to inflate their currencies to pay for it all. Russia is linking the rouble to commodity prices through a moving gold peg instead, and China has already demonstrated an understanding of the West’s inflationary game by having stockpiled commodities and essential grains for the last two years and allowed her currency to rise against the dollar.