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Dratzo! Many signs now indicate that we are actually moving closer to the much-anticipated deliveries. The numerous delays and their accompanying glitches have reached a most critical point. We continue to fully expect your promised deliveries to eventually occur. This process, as noted in previous reports, is taking far too long to successfully execute. The constant delays by the deliverers is appalling. At times, their frequent excuses would appear planned. The distribution process should not be a hit-or-miss procedure. It would be much easier to work in large and complete delivery batches to achieve a success.
To us, these ongoing delays are an omen that, in reality, there is still an undercurrent of an internal argument between those who wish to succeed and those who indirectly do not. We know that such large programs can be easily set up to do as one truly desires. It is a sign of planned incompetence when each attempt at a workable delivery system proves unsuccessful. We possess technology that could easily achieve these goals in a most secure manner. The time is now ripe to use a simple saying: Either one decides to ‘fish or cut bait’. Ultimately the decision rests with the deliverers.
The current process is forcing the banks to reactivate long-abandoned procedures. A new method would be more able to allow the endless amounts of money to be successfully selected instead of being repeatedly recounted. A revamped procedure would make it possible to discover the means to quickly correct any previous mistakes. In this regard, it is hoped that a final solution be adapted and successfully utilized in very short order!