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  1. I think this is the answer to why they want control of the Kurdistan International airport... keeps the bad guys from skipping town.
  2. I started paying more attention to what Kim Clement said after said "the earth will shake and then shake again" with Iraq just having a major earthquake. He also said- "There will be a break in the financial system, in the Middle East with the Dinar. Many will say why now?"" "God says I will bring them forth and bring them up and there will be a prosperity in a place where you least expect it". Should we be looking for them to float the currency and then for it to drop in value as a sign not something to worry about? 50 seconds into video
  3. Sounds intriguing! Tick Tock Tick Tock.... Trump’s mystery plan for Mideast peace Illustration: Rebecca Zisser / Axios Israeli and Palestinian officials expect President Trump to unveil a Mideast peace proposal by early next year. What nobody knows yet is the shape it will take or if the proposal will be based on creating a Palestinian state, which has been U.S. policy for the last 20 years. In the meantime, the two sides are on their best behavior to avoid being singled out by Trump as an obstructionist party. Sound smart: The U.S. "peace team" working on the issue is relatively small and very discreet — just five people, including senior adviser Jared Kushner and special envoy Jason Greenblatt. The entire process is being run out of the White House, with the State Department and other agencies providing advice and support. According to U.S. officials, Trump is the driving force on this issue and is personally involved. Israeli officials say they hear Trump is pushing his team to have a proposal soon. In the last nine months Trump has met Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Palestinian President Abbas separately three times each to discuss his peace initiative. His special envoy Jason Greenblatt has been constantly shuttling between Jerusalem, Ramallah and Arab capitals. Greenblatt's last trip to the region lasted three weeks, and Kushner, who is officially leading the "peace team," came to the region three times and spends hours every week in phone calls with Arab leaders in order to get their support. The small, close-knit team has meant almost no leaks and zero public scandals, mistakes or embarrassments. (The other members are Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell, U.S. Ambassador to Tel-Aviv David Friedman and Consul General to Jerusalem Don Blome.) What they're saying: Netanyahu told U.K. Prime Minister May last week that he's in "wait and see mode" and expecting a proposal late this year or early next year, according to Israeli and British officials. "I don't know what peace plan Trump is about to present and I am not sure anybody knows, but I am happy the Trump team is bringing fresh and out of the box thinking on this issue," he said. Abbas told a group of former Israeli members of Knesset that he expects a plan later this year and that Trump has told him he supports the two-state solution and is planning to make his position public soon, according to people present at the meeting. A White House official says there is no artificial deadline and the goal is to "facilitate a deal that works for both Israelis and Palestinians, not to impose anything on them". What to watch: Trump is counting on Saudi Arabia to help get both the Israelis and Palestinians to say yes to any initiative. Kushner builds on his close relationship with the Saudi crown prince Mohamed Bin Salman as a conduit for a much bigger Saudi role in the peace process than ever before. Kushner's meeting with MBS in Riyadh two weeks ago focused mainly on this issue. President Abbas was in Riyadh earlier this week to talk about the peace process with the Saudi leadership. Vice President Mike Pence will visit in mid-December and meet with both Netanyahu and Abbas and likely urge the parties to go back to the negotiating table. Netanyahu's political situation could be destabilized by a peace plan that includes Israeli concessions on politically charged issues, like borders, settlements and the future of Jerusalem. The ongoing police investigation against Netanyahu on alleged corruption makes his political situation even more sensitive. Abbas is in the midst of implementing a reconciliation deal with his rival party Hamas. The deal, which was led by Egypt with quiet support from the White House, includes the gradual transfer of control over the Gaza strip back to the Palestinian authority. A collapse of this agreement could have serious implications on any push for a peace deal. Show less
  4. China's New Silk Road flows from Iraq directly into Iran, they will be trading partners whether they like it or not.
  5. Iraq just imposed a flight blockade starting this Friday on Kurdistan.
  6. Travel Ban also expires this Sunday and a new one is being announced... The new rules are scheduled to be announced by Sunday, when the existing, 90-day travel ban expires. The current ban applies to people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. As part of the process of improving the US's vetting capabilities, the stated goal of the original travel ban, the US has identified 17 nations that have "inadequate" compliance with the US's demand that countries alert the US to known terrorists and criminals.
  7. One thing that I haven't seen anyone bring up is that yesterday the Fed announced that it was going to begin "The Big Unwind". It's going to unwind $4.5 trillion dollars beginning in drum roll please... OCTOBER. Our economy is on life support as it is, don't you think some much needed tax dollars, capital gains, consumers buying luxury goods and investing newfound wealth couldn't come at a better time in history?
  8. Blue skyline, Kurdistan oilers are basically under a lease agreement with the KRG. KRG pays them for the oil and getting it out of the ground. This is part of the reason they are so undervalued, KRG was behind on payments but now they are settling the debt with these companies. They just settled with Genel and the stock has more then doubled already. They are all prime takeover targets by larger companies which is great if you are a shareholder. Western Zagros (WZGRF) was bought out about 3 months ago and I made around a 300 percent return when I sold.
  9. New corporate presentation out for Shamaran Petroleum notice on page 9 that Shamaran and Gulf Keystone Petroleum are sharing a massive 36 inch feeder pipeline for the Shaikan and Atrush fields.
  10. Shamaran Petroleum up 6% and Gulf Keystone Petroleum/ DNO are up another 3% today,. Botzwana- No problem- I am heavily invested in these companies so I keep tabs everyday anyways.
  11. KRG made it's settlement with Dana Gas today... Gulf Keystone Petroleum will be next!
  12. Dana Gas unveils KRG's late dues

    KRG has now settled backpayments with Genel Energy, DNO, and Dana Gas. Be on the lookout for them to settle with Gulf Keystone Petroleum next.

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