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  1. Excellent point Pres Trump. Stop paying to protect Germany and every other EU country.
  2. I like that plan. Force the other counties to pay up and get current before we contribute another dime. Then only pay our fair share. Can't believe Merkel is still in office after allowing her country to be overrun by well over a million muslims who are wrecking Germany, France, England, Sweden, Netherlands, etc. Go Trump. Stop them from coming here.
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    Buddy in military in iraq

    With all due respect I'm talking about establishing a verifiable contact in Iraqi gov't or business. Not some no name guy spouting an opinion one time. We need a real connection over there with a name who will carry on an ongoing legitimate conversation about the subject of an RV. We've had tons of people over here weigh in on the subject with their comments, graphs, forecasts, etc but never someone in a position to know in Iraq. Thx.
  4. Interesting article talking about all the countries that removed the zeroes from the face of their bills. In other words a 1000 bill became a 1 bill. It was successful when the country developed a strong stable economy with manufacturing producing exports/imports (trade) internationally recognized and with electronic transfer. 2.2 History and Background of Removing Zeroes from Currencies in the World and in Iran The solution of removing zeroes from national currencies is usually used in the countries in which the national currency has too many zeroes. Since 1960, in 71 cases developing governments have been forced to remove a number of zeroes from their national currencies. Removing zeroes from national currencies was first carried out in Germany and after World War II. Under the economic pressures of World War II and the remained damage, this country experienced a huge inflation that forced economic policy-makers of the country to remove zeroes from deutschmark. During the last 50 years, 19 countries have removed zeroes from their national currencies and 10 countries have done this twice. Zeroes have been shed from national currencies 4 times in Argentina, 5 times in former Yugoslavia, 6 times in Brazil, two times in Bolivia 3 times in Ukraine, Russia, Poland and Belgium, and once in Turkey, Island, Korea, and Ghana. It should be noted that deleting zeroes from national currency can only be effective when it is accompanied by anti-inflation policies and austerity measures in the realm of financial policies, financial regularities of the government as well as attempts to get rid of long-lasting budget deficits and reliance of oil revenues. Otherwise, removing zeroes will soon lose its psychological effect and the zeroes will return with even more strength.
  5. Iran has seen angry protests in recent days, which a senior State Department official on Tuesday attributed to the regime wasting money abroad rather than at home. “Iranians are basically fed up with the regime squandering the nation’s wealth on not particularly productive or enriching adventures abroad,” the official said. Washington has sought to emphasize that the protests are part of rising economic discontent in Iran hoping it will force the government to negotiate a new nuclear deal to avoid sanctions. “There is a level of frustration that people have with regard to the regime activity and behavior, the enrichment of the military and clerical elite and the squeezing out of the life of the economy,” the senior State Department official said. “Iranians are tired of this situation,” the official added. "Looking at the region, Iran supports the Huthis, Iran supports Hezbollah, Iran supports Hamas, and Iran supports the Assad regime," said US Deputy Secretary of State Jonathan Cohen. Iraq is violating a UN Security Council resolution on the Iranian nuclear deal, a UN report said on Thursday. The Secretary-General of the United Nations addressed the report to the Security Council, which contains many details of the violations of the Iranian nuclear agreement. Among the violations committed by Iraq is the participation of Iranian military companies in a military exhibition held in Baghdad on March 10, 2018. Qasem Soleimani's repeated visits to Iraq also contravene UN Security Council Resolution 2231. the Secretary-General of the United Nations criticizes the American withdrawal from the nuclear agreement to which the European Union is still committed. "We will continue to work to strengthen the nuclear agreement so that it can be preserved and ultimately successful," said Dutch delegate to the UN Karl van Ostrom. Iran continues to push the EU to continue to support the nuclear agreement the US cancelled. Thank GOD for Trump. The US and the rest of the world needs to squeeze Iranian leaders into oblivion. The Iranian public has had it.
  6. Iraq shouldn't stop until they hunt down and torture and kill every last one of those ISIS bstrds.
  7. Why does he allow Maliki to roam free?
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    Buddy in military in iraq

    I find it extremely implausible that after more than 15yrs of the new dinar in existence and 15yrs of countless dialogue expecting an RV no one has been able to establish a connection with an Iraqi official that could discuss, or even admit or deny an RV would eventually happen or if it's even a goal of theirs. We all sit over here reading a million articles but no one has ever been able to establish an Iraqi connection that could clarify the issue. I can't help but wonder why.
  9. Just more graft and corruption from the rich officials.
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    CBI News 06/11/2018

    Hah, I already have quite a few. Man, some of you guys are wound too tight. LOL Relax.
  11. Rockymtnhi

    CBI News 06/11/2018

    Floridian, I think I understand your point now. You are saying the CBI site was never showing other currencies (except the dollar) against the IQD but now they have started doing that. That is interesting.
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    CBI News 06/11/2018

    All traded currencies fluctuate daily, including the dollar which has had some big swings over the past few years. I don't see what the issue is??
  13. Rockymtnhi

    CBI News 06/11/2018

    Not sure why you would be excited to see the dinar go from 1186 to 1190. That's loosing value.
  14. Rockymtnhi

    CBI News 06/11/2018

    If they weren't changing on the CBI site then it is defective. All traded currencies are constantly changing.
  15. Rockymtnhi

    CBI News 06/11/2018

    There is nothing unusual about the various currencies fluctuating.

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