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  1. Please keep those who are in the path of Florence in your thoughts and prayers. The devastation will be awful and those, who have experienced this type devastation, have a knot in their stomach with dread for the folks whose life will be changed.
  2. “The authorities of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and the Iraqi authorities must hand over to the Islamic Republic of Iran persons involved in terrorist acts against Iran," Baqeri said.  He added that his country may carry out a new missile strike if not stop the activity of what theydescribed Kurdish terrorist groups, because that is necessary to ensure security, he said” Baqeri best understand that Obama is not the one in the Oval Office in D.C. right now.
  3. Well now Pitcher, be sure and leave us your address so your “friends” can visit.😌😊
  4. You took the words out of my mouth DoD. If the Dinar ever increases in a substantial amount, I hope to never hear Iraq again. 😊 But, of course, we will since anything over there affects the U.S. one way or another.
  5. Where are the NATO troops? If they can’t “nip this in the bud”, why are they in Iraq? Terrorism is terrorism. imho of course. 🙄
  6. I love Israel’s way of taking care of business, they couldn’t care less about how “the world will see them”, they just get the job done. Wish Maliki was on their list. 😒
  7. Bama Girl

    Announcement of the largest bloc

    Great analogy. I remember the Dolphins well in the 70’s, fantastic games. Bob Grisie, Mercury Morris, Paul Warfield, etc, really enjoyed watching that team play. Thanks for the reminder. 😊
  8. Bama Girl

    Announcement of the largest bloc

    Agreed!!! BUT, do you believe Sadr would actually trust Maliki and back him? Surely Sadr doesn’t have his head in the sand about Maliki. IMO, Abadi is the man we need for the next 4 years.
  9. I’ve been waiting a long time to hear this type of good news. This is the only way to achieve true economic security and insures us that we are indeed on the road to an RV. Imo. A lot of things are being quietly achieved in the background that we don’t hear about until after the fact. Hopefully before long, (no 4 letter word beginning with s from me 😄) we will awaken as wealthy people as will they. I’ve read in the past that if Iraq was truly developed, their natural resources would make them as wealthy as Dubai.
  10. Now the article Yota posted under the topic of Iraq’s debt to Iran for electricity not being paid due to the “mechanism” of payment makes more sense to me. The word “mechanism” was confusing to me until I read this article. Seemingly, Iraq was paying in dollars instead of local currency and Iran wouldn’t accept dollars due to sanctions. If I’m off base, let me know. 😊 So Iraq convert dollars into riyal and pay the darn bill and help the Iraqis.
  11. In the interest of justice, I surely hope so.😀😀😀
  12. Yep, and after the U.S, military left, the Iraqi military totally disregarded the training the US provided them and were so poorly prepared for war that they threw their weapons down and RAN when ISIS first attacked. Geez. And lest we forget Maliki never appointed a Defense Minister nor an Interior Minister because he wanted to keep control of the military and the police. As much as I disliked Obama’s policies, ISIS is on Maliki’s head. Imo. He is so crooked and evil. Such a shame ISIS didn’t get him since the CIA can’t seem to take care of the problem.
  13. GRRRR, has Maliki conveniently forgotten not offering immunity to our military? Maliki and Obama wanted our military out and that is what they got. I better get off of this site this morning because I can sense a soapbox rant coming. 😁😁
  14. ...Iran is fearing a judicial move by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, to prosecute the leader of a coalition of state law Nuri al-Maliki, which maintains good relations with him, while referring to the escape of dozens of wanted to judge on charges Related to corruption. "Dozens of political figures accused of corruption left Iraq, coinciding with the end of the legislative session (June 30), fearing their prosecution after the lifting of their immunity," the newspaper quoted a source as saying on condition of anonymity. So, Maliki is still in Iran’s pocket. No surprise there. Regarding “dozens of political figures escaping”: I thought we read several months ago that passports had been taken away from many of those suspected of corruption so may I assume these crooks escaped to Iran where their passports weren’t checked? 😏 The very moment the immunity was lifted, the military should have been waiting beside the bozos to immediately arrest them. 😬Just my 2 cents.

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