Sunday, August 9, 2015

Two Dragon Eyes: Buy GemCoin & Leap Your Profit Now!

Gem King?
Someone kindly sent me the following slide presentation, which was largely constructed around a very odd GemCoin symposium held at the Arcadia strip mall headquarters of USFIA last March. Called "Leap Your Profit," it was conducted for unwary investors who traveled all the way from Singapore for this event.

There are many truly fantastic fabrications and exagerrations contained in this presentation. My favorite being a claim made by Leonard that a former Chairman of the US Federal Reserve actually said "CryptoCurrency will take over the future." No indication of exactly which former Federal Reserve Chairman said this, or if the US government is now acquiring GemCoins because they are backed by an amber mine in the Dominican Republic.

Featured here is current Councilmember and former 3 time Mayor of Arcadia John Wuo, who most famously went on to proclaim in the Arcadia Weekly that he doesn't know anything about GemCoins (link). Despite the pictures you can see here. Wuo, who is currently the subject of a voter recall in Arcadia, has since publicly requested that his image be removed from any Gemcoin propaganda. Obviously there has been little progress made in that effort so far. If actually true, the GemCoiners are apparently ignoring him.

Nor is there any information here on whether or not Mayor Wuo is still able to offer introductions to the Amber Gem Queen, where California University is, or if Leonard actually has a last name.

Enjoy the show.


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44 comments:

  1. They mention in this presentation that the support of US Members of Congress are pending. Would Judy Chu be one of them?

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    1. Really? I don't know. I think she has it in her. She gave Hettrick an award, right?

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    2. I thought the "pending" meant they are going to run for congress, and UCCA has complete confidence that they'll win.
      And who's Zhichao E, former Arcadian mayor? Did he run and serve under that name?

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    3. Zhichao E is John Wuo.

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  2. Good question. We want to know.

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    1. Maybe Judy could be the next Amber Gem Queen.

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  3. The GemCoin investors from Singapore erupted with great joy and excitement at the arrival of Mayor Wuo.

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    1. Why not? In addition to being backed by an amber mine, Gemcoins are also supported by a great American leader.

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    2. That's bad news. That means they think he actually means something.

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    3. Wuo was used. He's a stooge.

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    1. We have the laws in place, we have great blogs like the Tattler, we can get these punks.

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  5. The problem is that all the shady things people have to do to get around the Communist system in China is now being transplanted to America. John Wuo is right in the think of things we GemCoin. For him to deny his association with that scam is absurd on its face.

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    1. Johnny Gemcoin didn't think anyone would find out. Unfortunately for him his friends plastered his mug all over the internet.

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    2. The District Attorney's Office needs to launch an investigation. I suspect Mr. Wuo is involved in alot of shady operations.

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    3. Arcadia City Hall needs a forensic everything.

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    4. The city government of Arcadia has been on the up and up for most of its history. It's just been the last 7 years or so that it's gone belly-up. So the forensic audit wouldn't be too hard.
      Not like in Sierra Madre where you have to go back 30 years.

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  6. The FBI needs to investigate Wuo. He is engaged in some nefarious things. If a spotlight is cast on him, he will be behind bars sooner than you can shake a stick.

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    1. Agreed. Did you forward the article to them?

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  7. They bring their bad habits here and seem never to get caught. Again, too much money to spread around. Greed and avarice, like we don't already have enough! Better watch out Mr. Mod, you might be charged with a hate crime.

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    1. Its not a "hate crime" to shine a spotlight on potentially criminal activity.

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    2. A lot of people don't get caught, but some do.
      These folks are so flagrant, I really think it's just a matter of time.

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  8. Where is the Rancho? Is it in Rancho Cucamonga or up north?

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    1. The sign says Rancho San Antonio Medical Plaza, and that is in Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernadino. Maybe the promoters thought that the word "Cucamonga" lacked charm, or that reports about the economic status of San Bernadino was not inspiring.

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  9. How Chinese do business is expressed by one comment and one comment only (pretty easy to see the automatic translations from Chinese into business English--ie fractured grammar): "USA like other countries, with relationship easier to get things through." Meaning: family connections.

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    1. I don't get that from it, 9:49. I get 'relationship' as knowing who to bribe or what loopholes to utilize.

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    2. The exmayor is saying to get with him - he's the relationship.

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  10. Disgusting! California sure ain't what it use to be--- we are being taken over! Chinafornia...

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  11. ...and I thought the Chinese were better scholars than this: the two eyes of the dragon in Los Angeles--Arcadia and Rancho. Rancho is in San Bernadino County. Opps.

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    1. With tons of cheeseball unsellable high density SCAG houses.

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  12. Maybe Leonard is a one name celebrity like Prince. Or Cher.

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    1. Poor Leonard. They didn't need his last name.

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    2. Shows a lot of disrespect in my opinion.

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  13. UCCA? In the brainstorm meeting to come up with their acronym, didn't anyone try out what UCCA sounds like in English?

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  14. The picture next to the medical plaza, is:

    Carl's Jr. Green Burrito
    11738 E Foothill Blvd
    Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

    Check it out on google maps. Imagine making everything in the picture taller.

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    1. Fabulous two dragon eye luxury.

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    2. It's three dragon eyes if you count the one in the back.

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  15. I think I saw the Amber Gem Queen shopping at a used clothing shop in Pomona. There might not be that much money in this GemCoin thing as people think.

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  16. Can you use gem coins at Santa Anita?

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    1. I use mine at the laundromat.

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    2. GemCoins don't look very easy to use. Did you see the size of the one on the picture?

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    3. Looks more like a cocktail tray.

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