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  2. Bank Story this afternoon! My brother went to Chase...

    Floridian I love what you bring to the table. Dinar Vets would be very boring without all of our commentators.
  3. Exchanging Dinar

    Thanks, Wondering if this is legitimate or not? Also my Dinar were purchased in 2012 and I noticed they say they will give $500.00 for anything before 2014? Any insights of other companies or where the date is on the Dinar?
  4. Both very good points, with one exception. Trump isn't Obutthead, and he's not someone to violate the law. Just think of what the establishment/deep state would do if Trump even thought about violating the law.
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  6. When you corner a Tiger GET READY FOR HELL Everyone is so upset with President Trump today that I can't believe my ears. It has been said that only Trump could separate his supporters from Trump. And to the unsuspecting eye that seems to be what has happened. I said, "seems to be", because I think that what we've seen today is the most dangerous thing this nation has faced since the Cuban missile crises. Let's start with something that happened in the White House on Thursday. Just let that sink in for a moment, "The calm before the storm". Now we come to the screw Trump spending bill promoted by the Deep State and the Establishment morons that run our government. So what did we see happen today? We saw Trump sign the second largest non budget bill in the history of America. Only beaten by Obutthead in 2009. To fully understand the events we must first remember what we know about the man called, "Donald Trump". First things first, Donald Trump is a fighter, a down in the mud brawler. We know that Trump doesn't like to loose. And whether you like to admit it or not, We know that Trump is a tank that destroys anything that gets into his way. But today something went wrong. Despite what the LSM is saying Trump WAS going to veto this bill. And he was going to do so because it was made clear to him that he would loose many of his supporters if he didn't veto the bill. But what is not being reported by the Traitors in the media is that something happened to Trump this morning before he was to veto the bill. He was paid a visit by none other that Mad Dog Mattis. And it is now being mentioned by staff that Mattis insisted that Trump not veto this bill because he needed the funds that would be given the military. In all the time that we've seen Trump as a politician I have never seen Trump as bothered as I saw him today. It was very clear that he DID NOT WANT to sign that bill. And we all know that Trump is NOT someone to do anything that he doesn't want to do. Not even for his daughter, who I think he loves most, can talk her father into doing something that he doesn't want to do. We know this because She is an arch supporter of Climate change and didn't want Trump to pull out of the Paris Accord. But Trump did pull us out of that lame deal. Yet today we saw General Mad Dog Mattis get Donald Trump to do something that not only did he not want to do, but something that he knew full well would tick off most of his supporters. Now to the why. From before Trump became President we've all been subjected to the non stop barrage of attacks against Trump and the not so subtle attempts to remove him from office. We've seen rouge FBI agents openly violating laws and in the case of Muller inventing laws to charge people with. We've see a Congress and a Senate that to this day still hasn't approved most of his cabinet and is openly working against him. And to think that Trump doesn't realize this is to feign complete ignorance. We've seen unnamed Government officials leaking some of the most classified information and the media reporting that information at risk to American lives. We are witnessing a coup right before our eyes, and a complete lack of respect for the rule of law. I have repeatedly wondered why President Trump doesn't declare Marshall Law and put and end to this attempt to overrule a duly elected POTUS. I've wondered that because I know something of how the Military thinks and I noticed from the beginning that Trump was surrounding himself with Generals. But still he seems to be doing nothing about the lawlessness that abounds. Or is he? Today we saw Trump do something we've NEVER seen him do before and that was in doing something that he didn't want to do. But Trump himself told us all why he did it. Today Trump told us that the Safety and Security of America is his greatest concern. And he told us that the only reason that he was signing this bill was because the Military was so decimated by the cuts over the last 50yrs that they weren't capable of doing their job to perfection. So ask yourselves, What is the greatest threat to the Safety and Security of America today? What is the greatest danger to the continuance of our society today? What is attempting to undo the last election? Who is throwing the rule of law out the window in an attempt to overthrow President Donald J. Trump? And now you should understand why Trump did what he did. President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned us about the military-industrial complex. And for the past 50 + years the establishment/deep state have decimated the power of the military. They started by making wartime decisions for the Generals. Which is why we lost Vietnam and Korea. They did this for one reason and one reason only. They knew that the only thing standing in their way of, "fundamentally Changing America", into a Communist state was that VAST MILITARY INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX. And yesterday President Donald Trump gave that Military Complex the biggest funding that they have ever received. So when you put all this into a pot and stew if for awhile what do you get? You get the understanding of what General Mattis said to Trump that got him to do something he didn't want to do. I am postulating that Trump and his Military staff are about to declare Marshal Law to bring in justice via Military Tribunals. But Mattis informed Trump that he couldn't move that many troops and equipment because of the lack of funding. Thus Trump was forced to sign the bill into law. And that is the storm that I think Trump was referring to the day before. Trump is about to blow the swamp up. I'm fully aware that some here will think this to be an act of treason, but that is exactly why Trump needs to do this. Because we've lost view of what law and order is. And believe you me the Military hasn't lost that view. Law and Order are the Foundations of the Military.
  7. If they don’t get this done “soon”, can we make them all walk the plank ...?
  8. Warka subscription shares client purchase

    My experience as well.... All good things take time I guess? And things in Iraq take forever!
  9. PB 03/24/18 51-57-63-65-67 PB 06
  10. President Donald Trump's pick for national security advisor signals a willingness by the administration to take a more aggressive stand against U.S. adversaries like Iran or Venezuela —and that could mean higher oil prices in the very near future. Analysts said the appointment of John Bolton, former U.N. ambassador, makes it even more likely that the Trump administration will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal when it is up for review in May, and tensions could ramp up against the Middle Eastern country. Bolton succeeds H.R. McMaster, who resigned. "I can't think of a more hawkish appointment than John Bolton," said Helima Croft, global head of commodity strategy at RBC. "He's a powerful advocate for a confrontational approach." Croft also said the appointment leaves the question of whether Defense Secretary James Mattis looks like he's the only one representing a moderate foreign policy at this point. "Are the Iranians seeing the writing on the wall? Will they curb their activities? His appointment should put the fear of God in them, but who knows." Bolton has advocated for pre-emptive action against both Iran and North Korea because of their nuclear programs. His first act may be to successfully encourage Trump to end the Iran nuclear deal, struck with Iran by the U.S., some members of the European Union and other countries as a way to curb its nuclear program in return for ending sanctions on the country, including its oil. Mattis and former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had been reluctant to abandon the Iran deal, which also included China and Russia. Further financial sanctions against the country have also been discussed. Venezuela's economic crisis is complicating matters and damaging its energy production capabilities. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is running for re-election despite the objections of the U.S. and other countries that the election is unfair. Venezuelan oil already is coming off the market, and could continue to decline as the country's energy infrastructure deteriorates. "Even if it's just additional sanctions on Iran, that could hurt investment in the country and reduce flows of their oil. The market would really miss their oil this time around because of Venezuela," said John Kilduff of Again Capital. "Because of Iran's advanced ballistic missile capabilities, the other countries have offered additional sanctions to try to keep Trump in the nuclear pact." Oil prices were higher Friday, with West Texas Intermediate futurestrading over $65, a nearly 2 percent gain. Gold, benefiting Friday from fears about trade wars, could also gain if the U.S. becomes more aggressive, not just with Iran but others like Venezuela or North Korea. Gold futures for April rose 1.5 percent Friday, to $1,347 per ounce. Croft said May will be important for oil prices, with the Iran deal up for renewal May 12 and the Venezuela election on May 20. "If they go forward with those elections, we could see much more coercive economic policies toward Venezuela. That's when the oil market might start paying attention," she said. "The oil market is underappreciating the importance of the personnel changes," she added. "They're underpricing the personnel changes." Global oil demand has been improving and the pact between OPEC and Russia has helped steady prices and send them higher. Growing U.S. production from shale fields like the Permian Basin has added supply while Russia and Saudi Arabia have reduced theirs. Kilduff said geopolitical tensions have moved prices higher recently, including anti-Iranian comments from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, who said that if Iran develops a nuclear weapon, so will Saudi Arabia. In an interview on CBS' "60 Minutes," the prince also compared Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, to Adolph Hitler. The prince is currently in the U.S., and met with Trump earlier this week. Saudi Arabia and Iran are engaged in a proxy war in Yemen, and are at odds on Syria, which Iran has supported. Croft said if the U.S. drops out of the nuclear deal it could take an even harsher posture toward Iran. "The question is, are we talking about efforts to economically isolate Iran, or are we talking about efforts to change the regime?" she said. "This is where the Permian makes things different. If this had been 2010, oil would be much higher. There's a view that U.S. short cycle oil makes a difference. We could just make up for anything." But Croft doesn't see proof that U.S. shale could make up for a shortfall in the world market. "I haven't gotten any evidence," she said. "I don't see any signs that OPEC is going to be quick to rush in and save things." She said with the changes in Washington, it's possible there could be 200,000 to 300,000 Iranian barrels off the market by the fourth quarter, and Venezuelan production losses could total 1 million barrels. Bolton served in the Reagan administration, and President George W. Bush named him undersecretary of state for arms control and international security. Bush also appointed him as his representative to the U.N., which Bolton called irrelevant. Ultimately, Congress blocked his confirmation and he had to step down from that role. "Bolton is the hawk's hawk," wrote Cliff Kupchan, chairman of Eurasia Group. He noted that besides pushing for pre-emptive strikes on North Korea's nuclear program, he has criticized the planned Trump-Kim Jong Un summit as useless. "He's a fierce opponent of the Iran nuclear deal. In 2015, before the deal, Bolton penned an op-ed titled 'To Stop Iran's Bomb, Bomb Iran.' Bolton's appointment will likely make US policy on both hot-button issues more hardline," added Kupchan. "At least on the margins, the chance of a strike on North Korea goes up, of successful US-North Korea diplomacy goes down, and the Iran deal is in even more trouble."
  11. The exchange rate of the US dollar, on Saturday, a decline in the Iraqi stock exchanges against the dinar. The price of selling the dollar in the stock market in Baghdad today 120 thousand and 250 dinars and the purchase price 120 thousand and 200 dinars compared to $ 100, while yesterday scored 121 thousand and 350 dinars and the purchase price 121 thousand and 300 dinars to $ 100. The Arbil Stock Exchange was not traded due to the holiday holiday Neruz. On the Basra Stock Exchange, the sale price today was 121,300 dinars, the purchase price 121 thousand and 250 dinars compared to 100 dollars, while 121 yesterday recorded the FAO 550 dinars, and the purchase price 121 thousand and 500 dinars against 100 dollars.
  12. Adam Montana Weekly 21 March 2018

    I believe that we were told that the permanent wallet ID card was going to be mailed upon the RV happening. Correct me if I'm wrong.
  13. The Who - Baba O'Riley

    RIP Keith Moon (drums) & John Entwistle (bass)
  14. Secretary-General of the League of Arab States Ahmed Aboul Gheit on Saturday stressed the concerted efforts among the economic actors in Africa and the Arab world to share experiences and successful experiences and contribute to the reconstruction of Iraq. The Secretary-General of the League called for supporting Iraq, which faced real challenges in the fight against terrorism and eliminate it, which caused a lot of losses The country’s infrastructure. Abul-Gheit stressed the importance of the role played by the investment sector in supporting the aspirations of the Iraqi people for reconstruction after the opening session of the Arab African Investment Conference and Exhibition in the context of comprehensive and sustainable development. Defeated defeat. She noted that “the presence of many officials on the file of investment in Iraq and their participation in the conference is an opportunity to identify the facilities and privileges provided by Iraq to Arab and African investors in this context.”
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  16. I see a Pollock joke coming in the very near future
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  21. Adam Montana Weekly 21 March 2018

    We were issuing the wallet cards for a time, they are a substitute for the paper certificate and so the same thing. Definitely not a required item - paper or plastic both do the same thing. For clarification, the wallet Platinum cards are NOT currently being offered.
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