Here at PD, we like to discuss investment opportunities. In the past, we’ve advocated for precious metals in particular gold (expect in the form of gold grills as they tend to be too much of a liquid asset for the Chicago streets), Bitcoins, Beyoncé approved weaves and body parts.
Last month, we suggested getting in on the ground level of the Russia’s rocky ruble, and now we have another interesting currency to consider: The new, Soros approved, Daash Dinar.
When they aren’t crucifying Christians, beheading journalists, eating the hearts of their enemies, slaughtering literate women, tweeting and banning things, Daash has been busy minting copper, silver and gold with a globe, sword or the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock on one side and loosely translated, “The Islamic State. A Caliphate Based on the Doctrine of the Prophet,” on the other.
Daash honcho Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the guy that is reported dead in the AP every other week, decided to save caliphate Muslims from being enslaved by the West’s tyrannical monetary system, by minting special Allah approved currency.
As with everything Daash (ISIS/ISIL/Daesh) this new currency has a number of different monikers ranging from the Daash Dinar, the Islamic Dinar, Caliphate Currency and (our favorite) Camel coinage.
Considering that the organization went from early 2014’s junior varsity team (in Obama’s eyes) to now controlling over 2/3 of Syria and Iraq, Camel coinage could be hot-hot-hot by 2017.