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  1. 43 points
    Hey hey all! I tagged this post as a "Weekly" even though there have been more than one "Weekly" lately, and even though it's a holiday week... there is probably going to be more than one this week as well. In the last update, I talked a bit about the upcoming change in leadership in Iraq. I'll recap, because it's important and even fun at this point with the solid stream of good news flying our way! Back in early October 2019, the people of Iraq finally had enough. If you were a member of that group, you'd probably feel the same way! Especially knowing as we do that your country is capable of increasing your spending power in a major way, and the only thing keeping you impoverished was a bunch of corrupt bureaucrats stealing your money... ... following those protests, or during them, the most recent Prime Minister (Mahdi) resigned. By law, there was a period of time to appoint the next leader. What is being said over and over, in many different ways, is that it is well known by all involved in the process of appointing the next Prime Minister that it must be a candidate who will be accepted by all political parties, and also the people. In fact, "most importantly, the people." This puts a very bright light not only on who they appoint, but also what happens in the very near future. I know I'm not the only one who sees this! The people of Iraq have forced a change in the government, because they were not happy with what was going on. And unless the next person gives them something good, and fast, they will be rioting again. I also mentioned in my last update that things should be happening fairly quickly. That update was a mere 5 days ago, and instead of the usual weeks or months of delays, we are seeing a different Iraq. I'm just going to snag a bunch of excerpts from a hot thread: This from an interview with Baghdad Today referring to President Barham Salih: The following of Tawfik Allawi: Allawi is reported, among other things, to have not liked Maliki: And Allawi himself says this: He says this knowing full well that if he doesn't appease the people, he will be next on the chopping block. He says this knowing that if he doesn't make the people happy - they will be rioting again. It really appears that the people are pushing the cart now, instead of being led like sheep. The people aren't going to wait long. They want change, and they want it fast. I'll gladly take that change, regardless of who brings it... and it's looking pretty obvious that someone is going to have to bring it. Or else. Today or tomorrow we should have an announcement on who is going to take the responsibility for that change... it may be a surprisingly great Christmas after all! ================ / / =============== You have TWO DAYS left to take advantage of the discount on VIP! Christmas is scheduled for December 25 this year, so take 25% off your VIP package at DinarVets.com with discount code “25”. The BETTER deal is to never pay for VIP ever ever again, and get a huge discount on it – also, it’s saving me the trouble of sending your Certificate once the RV is announced – at the link below. Platinum VIP (Lifetime) is normally $379, but you can get it for yourself or as a gift for only $199 from now till Christmas. No coupon needed, just get it below: GOOOOO RRRVVVV!!!! And, of course, Merry Christmas. - Adam
  2. 32 points
    Hey, good people of Dinarvets! What a day today was Do you drink coffee in the morning? I do. Usually it comes out of my machine in the kitchen, and as I prepare breakfast for my family, I like to listen to the news on the little Google screen that now sits on my counter. This thing is awesome – you can say anything, like “Hey Google, set a timer” or “Hey Google, give me the news”. Over time, I’ve filtered and sorted and selected and added the sources that play from the Google screen for my news. Now, that screen now gives me a variety of news, tidbits, and updates that start my day off. The headlines of the day today, the ones that are on every newspaper and all over your favorite commercials and everywhere else, were all pretty much the same. But before we get into that stuff, I want to sing you a song. “It’s the most wonderful time of the yeeeeear….. “ Especially when we’re looking at potentially big gains from our investment of the Iraqi Dinar… ... and we ARE. Also today, you may not have heard yet(!), Donald Trump was impeached. Most of the world is being drowned in that racket. Even I found myself losing touch with the rest of the news. “Wait, there’s something else besides Trump being IMPEACHED?!” My three favorite words for the last couple of weeks have been these: “Hey Google – skip.” The impeachment proceedings have occupied all of the news recently “Hey Google - skip” – because that’s what I've been saying recently in the mornings. Then I said it again, and again, and again… because the news, even my hand picked feeds that normally cover the stuff that nobody listens to, they were all shoving yet another “urgent” article at me about the all-important impeachment proceedings. And today, Donald Trump was impeached. IMPEACHED! Some of you screamed “YEAH!”, and some of you were not looking at it that way… some of you didn't care, or maybe you realize that “impeachment” is just another word for “charged”, which doesn’t mean anything, and some of us here are asking... “Wait, what about the Iraqi Dinar?!” Here’s a question… Have you ever heard of a “red herring” or a “false flag” or “3 card monty” or anything else, like “sleight of hand”? Because where I’m sitting, this “impeachment” thing sure seems to be a bunch of garbage. It’s not going to make it past the Senate, so why all the fuss? MAYBE…. Just, maybe… we should be looking at the other hand. Maybe that “other hand” isn’t the Iraqi Dinar, but maybe it is. For one, I haven’t forgot that DJT was rumored to have a boatload of money invested in Iraqi Dinar. Did you forget about that? I’m not saying the impeachment proceedings and the fuss the news has made about it recently are all a big government plot to distract everyone while Iraq ReValues, of course. But I WILL emphatically and without apology state that when the news has you looking one way, there always ALWAYS seems to be something else going on… and this impeachment deal is a sham. President Trump is not going to be removed from office, people will be mad, clickbait will be delivered, and in a couple weeks… it will all blow over. And if you kept your attention on what the news wanted you to watch, what will you have missed? Maybe something that affects you, and maybe not. Maybe the Dinar ReValues in the next few weeks. Maybe it doesn’t. Maybe you are in the right place, at the right time. Either way, the Iraqi Dinar is in a good place right now, and I’m about to move on to that topic. I’m sure you didn’t expect me to really care about a non-issue like a showboat impeachment! Here’s what’s actually going on, in case you haven’t looked at it recently: 1. Iraq has gone through some political and social issues lately. The people have made a huge statement, and the GOI (Government of Iraq) has listened. The Prime Minister has resigned, and changes are happening... now. Today is a major date for a new PM to be appointed, and even if they don’t appoint a new one today, the reins change hands. This is a CATALYST MOMENT. 2. Article 140 (regarding some disputed lands) is in the headlines. This needs to be partially resolved prior to HCL completion, and success is on the horizon. 3. The Budget, which is always a big deal, is flying through the system. It’s almost being ignored this time around, which should be a major flag to investors! A major component of it is the KRG deal that was made. The Kurds are paying their portion of the deal with a solid 250,000 barrels of oil, which means they are paying in OIL. (This is a topic of it’s own, and I’ll suffice it to say that it’s a GOOD thing that they are paying in oil!) 4. HCL is in the news. It was ignored for a long time, but now it’s poking it’s head up again, which is exactly what we expect to see before it passes. The highlight of that list is HCL – once it’s passed, the currency will have already risen in value, or be about an hour from it. At that point, it’s done! (Where are you going to be when it's done... will you be scrambling? Or ARE YOU READY?) As investors of a speculative currency, we will be considering all of our options to “cash in” at that time. As caretaker of this particular job, I have several obligations. 1. Send out an email to all members “It’s done!” 2. Send out an additional email to the members of the VIP group with additional instructions. The “VIP” members here are going to get more money in their pocket, and the reason is simple. When you come to the table with more leverage, your terms are better. I explained it in the Cash In Guide. (Attached!) Cash In Guide - Iraqi Dinar - v1.6.pdf Anyway, Christmas is scheduled for December 25 this year, so take 25% off your VIP package at DinarVets.com with discount code “25”. The BETTER deal is to never pay for VIP ever ever again, and get a huge discount on it – also, it’s saving me the trouble of sending your Certificate once the RV is announced – at the link below. Platinum VIP (Lifetime) is normally $379, but you can get it for yourself or as a gift for only $199 from now till Christmas. No coupon needed, just get it below: If Iraq RVs before Christmas, that offer is void. Regardless of all that, I really want to wish you all a Merry Christmas, or whatever other holiday(s) you celebrate. When we see this come to a conclusion, we are all here and happy and all that matters in the end is the love we have to share and give and receive. Much love, my friends. - Adam
  3. 23 points
    Twas the night before Christmas and the RV was near. I got so exited I opened a beer and gave to my RV family a GREAT BIG HOLIDAY CHEER. Merry Christmas to all. Yes I'll keep my day job. (just for now)
  4. 22 points
    $0.10 still makes as much sense as it did before, and would be substantial enough to get everyone off the riot bus. The other side of that topic is "float or fixed", and I'm leaning heavily towards "float". This will keep pressure on all parties to keep moving Iraq forward, which may turn a .10 exchange rate into much more in a short time. The catch to that is going to be the cash in timeframe. I'm convinced it will be at least 90 days, but probably no more than a year. The new and old currencies would be used at the same time, and there's a good chance it will make sense to reinvest in the new currency as well. That is ONLY true if it's a float. In the scenario of a .10 RV, a floating exchange rate, and solid progress - I may suggest leaving 10% or so in Iraqi currency. First things first, of course!
  5. 21 points
    Whomever is appointed will not last long if they don’t do something very impressive and very fast! The people aren’t going to take “words” to the bank, that’s for sure!
  6. 17 points
  7. 16 points
    Not for me. It’s time to end this ride and get paid.
  8. 16 points
    One other thing.. My friend said the protestors are actually living in the streets and the square where they are protesting until there is change.. Looks like they are literally not going anywhere!!
  9. 16 points
    Information Such As This ? LINK Parliamentary Finance: The high cash reserves of Iraq to 87 billion dollars and cover the expenses of a year and a half 20:01 - 19/12/2019 The Parliamentary Finance Committee announced, on Thursday, that Iraq has a cash reserve estimated at $87 billion, indicating that it is sufficient to cover Iraq’s operational needs for about a year and a half. A member of the Finance Committee, Ahmed Hama, said to "Information" that "according to the global frameworks, a country that has a cash reserve covering its operating expenses for six months is considered to have a relatively stable economy." He added that "Iraq needs $ 5 billion a month to cover its operating expenses from the salaries of state employees and the conduct of daily life," noting that "Iraq, according to global accounts, needs $ 30 billion in operating expenses for six months." He explained that "the total Iraqi cash reserves of currencies, gold and financial bonds are estimated at about 87 billion dollars," noting that it "covers Iraq’s operating expenses for a year and a half."
  10. 15 points
  11. 15 points
    This goes to the one that gave me the RUBY next time make sure its on a gold band. Starr
  12. 14 points
    Bill Barr Indicts 8 Including Mueller Top Witness for Funneling Millions in Foreign Donations to Schiff, Hillarious Clinton and Democrats — New Data Shows Bill and Hillarious Involved https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/12/update-bill-barr-indicts-8-including-mueller-top-witness-for-funneling-millions-in-foreign-donations-to-schiff-Hillarious-clinton-and-democrats-new-data-shows-bill-and-Hillarious-involvement/
  13. 14 points
  14. 14 points
    Currency auction is a big file of corruption ”If we leave all the files of corruption and focus on the files of the border outlets and the currency auction, we will return huge sums to the country’s treasury and provide a very important import for the coming budgets.” Its time to stop the auctions and give real market value to the IQD. Go dinar Go RV Go real market value Go $1:1.19
  15. 14 points
  16. 14 points
    I'd take Shabibi in a heartbeat. Bring that on!
  17. 13 points
    We are on “Go Iraq part 10” and no RV yet. I hope it happens before “Go Iraq part 11”😁 Merry Christmas and a happy 2020 to all🎅🏻🎄 6ly410 thanks for all the info you bring to DV
  18. 12 points
    You are going to be a busy man the next 6-8 months bigwave. Keep em coming because this isn’t going to be a conspiracy theory. This is what draining the swap looks like. Let the chips fall for all the lawbreakers, including Dems, Reps or anyone else in DC who is up to their necks in corruption, Quid Pro Quo, and just flat out gaming the system/ripping off the American people.
  19. 12 points
    Thanks NYK. There might be a few Repubs involved in this thing, but it's the corrupt, lying, cheating, puss bag Rats that are up to their arses in this thing. I want ALL of it to be brought forward and expose EVERYONE and many need to go to jail. You may not like Trump, but you cannot disagree that there is a swamp and it DAMN SURE needs draining!!
  20. 12 points
    I know there are members that don't support Shabibi, but I disagree... he has so much relevant experience. He has been a part of this RV process, and deeply so, for a lonnnnnng time. And I think he's supported a raise in the value, but he didn't have express power to make it happen, or maybe it wasn't the right time... but he could be the one to just jam the bus in forward gear and run through the barricades. I support him as a choice as well.
  21. 12 points
    You, sir, are on a ROLL here! Anyone that doesn't see major movements taking place is simply not looking.
  22. 11 points
    This is such a common theme in all of these articles!
  23. 11 points
    Thank you for your perspective on the developments Adam!!! It’s time for the Iraqi Leaders to suck it up and push the RV button.
  24. 11 points
    Taken from another site that follows Adam and Posts his Opinions: 12-20-2019 Newshound Guru Adam Montana Here’s what’s actually going on... 1. Iraq has gone through some political and social issues lately. The people have made a huge statement, and the GOI (Government of Iraq) has listened. The Prime Minister has resigned, and changes are happening... now. Today is a major date for a new PM to be appointed, and even if they don’t appoint a new one today, the reins change hands. This is a CATALYST MOMENT. 2. Article 140 (regarding some disputed lands) is in the headlines. This needs to be partially resolved prior to HCL completion, and success is on the horizon. ..(post 1 of 3).. 12-20-2019 Newshound Guru Adam Montana 3. The Budget, which is always a big deal, is flying through the system. It’s almost being ignored this time around, which should be a major flag to investors! A major component of it is the KRG deal that was made. The Kurds are paying their portion of the deal with a solid 250,000 barrels of oil, which means they are paying in OIL. (This is a topic of it’s own, and I’ll suffice it to say that it’s a GOOD thing that they are paying in oil!) ..(post 2 of 3).. 12-21-2019 Newshound Guru Adam Montana 4. HCL is in the news. It was ignored for a long time, but now it’s poking it’s head up again, which is exactly what we expect to see before it passes. The highlight of that list is HCL – once it’s passed, the currency will have already risen in value, or be about an hour from it. At that point, it’s done! ..(post 3 of 3).. ******
  25. 11 points
    12-20-2019 Newshound Guru Adam Montana ...Have you ever heard of a “red herring” or a “false flag” or “3 card monty” or anything else, like “sleight of hand”? ...MAYBE…Just, maybe… we should be looking at the other hand. Maybe that “other hand” isn’t the Iraqi Dinar, but maybe it is...I’m not saying the impeachment proceedings and the fuss the news has made about it recently are all a big government plot to distract everyone while Iraq ReValues, of course. But I WILL emphatically and without apology state that when the news has you looking one way, there always ALWAYS seems to be something else going on…And if you kept your attention on what the news wanted you to watch, what will you have missed? Maybe something that affects you, and maybe not. Maybe the Dinar ReValues in the next few weeks. Maybe it doesn’t. Maybe you are in the right place, at the right time. Either way, the Iraqi Dinar is in a good place right now... Taken from another site that follows Adam's postings.
  26. 11 points
    This will be extremely quick.. My friend and I were talking and I mentioned that Halbousi had came to DC a few days ago for a secret meeting and he corrected me on the pronunciation of his name.. I pronounced it like Hal bossey ( like boss) and he pronounced it like Halboosey (like goose).. no other tid bits came out of the discussion other than him looking forward to what Sistani will say on Friday.
  27. 11 points
    I have heard Shabibis name used as a possible Interim PM. Approved by the electorate. Let's see if that develops. The UN & IMF certainly like him.
  28. 10 points
    Well said Chuck. If 60 will be the new 40, then 70 should be the new 50, right??? 😁 I look very forward to that “party”, just hope it’s before I have to say age 80 is the new 60. 🤯😁
  29. 10 points
    12-23-2019 Newshound Guru MilitiaMan There is nothing I see that warrants or supports the rumor of an RI going into March of 2020... 1) The CBI told the world they will need to be prepared to modify contracts. That supports a rate change is coming. imo 2) The Iraq Trade Bank on 12/01/2019 told us they were doing just that. They suspended loans for the month out to 01/01/2020. Another supporting factor a rate change is expected...(post 1 of 5)... 12-23-2019 Newshound Guru MilitiaMan 3) The CBI shows large out put of money allocations over this last year of about 6-7 million a month for currency printing. As of 30-60 days ago the CBI shows a very large increase in allocations as much as 3-4x as much per month over a two month period. The take away there is minting coins is more expensive than paper printing. This too supports a rate change is to come. imo A strong one too. imo. 4) There was a recent Debt payment of $20 billion that was paid. Thus, a clue as to how high a rate change could be supported. Less debt = more value, imo.. A supporting piece of the puzzle as well...(post 2 of 5)....stay tuned tomorrow... 12-23-2019 Newshound Guru Kaperoni I do agree Iraq can buy the majority of dinar in circulation if it chooses to do so but only at or about the current exchange rate. They could never do so at a $1 to 1 rate. 40+ trillion is just to much. That is why the dinar must float. 12-23-2019 Newshound Guru Adam Montana ...Back in early October 2019, the people of Iraq finally had enough...following those protests, or during them, the most recent Prime Minister (Mahdi) resigned. ...By law, there was a period of time to appoint the next leader. ...it is well known by all involved in the process of appointing the next Prime Minister that it must be a candidate who will be accepted by all political parties, and also the people. In fact, "most importantly, the people." This puts a very bright light not only on who they appoint, but also what happens in the very near future...(post 1 of 2)... 12-23-2019 Newshound Guru Adam Montana ...unless the next person gives them something good, and fast, they will be rioting again. ...things should be happening fairly quickly...instead of the usual weeks or months of delays, we are seeing a different Iraq...The people aren't going to wait long. They want change, and they want it fast...it's looking pretty obvious that someone is going to have to bring it. Or else... Today or tomorrow we should have an announcement on who is going to take the responsibility for that change...it may be a surprisingly great Christmas after all! ..(post 2 of 2)... Taken from another site that follows Adam's Opinions & posts them.
  30. 10 points
    Ya - And Not Have To Listen To Weegie And All Of His Whining !
  31. 10 points
    The news continues to appear very, very promising, so let's hope they keep this moving and moving quickly now. Been in this since 2006, so my patience has been long, but I, as well as all of us out here, are ready for this ride to come to an end!!! This would certainly be an extremely welcome reward for what was a 'when' not 'if' chance I took back then. We've kinda seen things like this before, and then wait and wait, but this certainly seems to be the final loop on this rollercoaster, cuz I'm ready to get on the next ride now! Merry Christmas to everyone (or whatever else), and I look forward to celebrating this with y'all!! CHEERS!!! GO RV!!!
  32. 10 points
    They Put 9 Women On The Project To Show Us The Baby In 1 Month !
  33. 10 points
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  34. 10 points
    The KRG and Iraqi government have reached an agreement on the budget and other subjects related to oil, based on which Erbil will start sending 250,000 barrels per day to Baghdad on January 1, 2020.
  35. 9 points
  36. 9 points
    Mess With The Clown - U Mess With The Entire DV Circus !
  37. 9 points
    Good afternoon, DinarVets peoples! This update is one of the most optimistic ones I've had the pleasure of writing in quite some time. We're transitioning into the next scene for Iraq, and it's happening now. It might help everyone understand my line of thought by giving a short timeline: Eons ago, an evil force was removed from power in Iraq. The country spiraled into the stone ages, they lost their wealth, and their currency plummeted in value. Sanctions were imposed on Iraq, wars raged. Lots of conspiracy theories to discuss there, but let's stay focused Through years of hard work and slow progress, the major sanctions were lifted (Chapter 7), and Iraq rebuilt it's government. Iraq's currency has also regained value. Make no mistake - going from 4000:1 to 1190:1 is nothing to scoff at! As Iraq has continued to improve on it's situation, they have gone through various leaders... Maliki probably being the worst, Abadi the best. Mahdi had a chance, but... ... on October 1, 2019, the Iraqi people (middle eastern millennials, mostly) basically revolted against Mahdi and the current GOI, and - - shortly after the rioting began, Mahdi resigned his position. Note: he is still acting as Prime Minister until a new PostTurtle is selected. That brings us to the present day, so let's put it all into perspective. We just walked through a 16 year story with very little detail. The small details that fell by the wayside through that timeline simply don't matter once we cash in, do they? No, they don't. When the rioting was in full force, I stated that we were in for a bit of a wait. Turns out it was only a couple months. The next step is to place someone in the Prime Minister position, and that looks like it's going to happen fairly quick. At this time, we have a Budget that is on track, including full agreement that the KRG will pay their share of the budget with 250,000 barrels of oil. Article 140, related to some disputed territories, is front and center again. This is an issue that won't be completely resolved immediately, but it doesn't need to be. "80% done is done enough" on that matter for us to see the HCL move. Those three items - New Prime Minister, Article 140, and Baghdad and KRG agreeing so peacefully on a number for the Budget, are all GREAT for seeing the HCL move, and that's what we need to open the path for an increase in the exchange rate. Fingers crossed for HCL news, because when that hits the press... it's probably a done deal at that time. We could be a couple weeks out from a huge change. This is all coming together at the same general time, and the combination is exciting. GO HCL. GO RV. GO IRAQ! - Adam
  38. 9 points
  39. 9 points
    The RV would make a really nice Christmas gift 😊.
  40. 9 points
    We don't know all the politics that is going on there. The president stands with the people and refused to put several Iranian back candidates as Prime minister. Barham Salih shows that he is a very strong president by not bowing to the dictates of Maliky and the like. Why he does not appoint one of the protesters candidates? It seems to me that he has to have consensus of the political blocks in parliament before he can put one forward. They don't want the candidates the people chose and the people don't want theirs either. It may be a long time before we see a Prime Minister that both camps can accept. Would that delay the revaluation of their currency? Only God and the CBI know this answer. Since it is one of the protesters's demands they should go ahead and implement it, I would say!
  41. 9 points
    12-22-2019 Newshound/Intel Guru Mnt Goat ...this plan is not really as risky as [Guru] Kaperoni tells. Actually, the plan is based off of having the reinstatement and the new rate and will not risk the entire CBI reserves... also...take into account the pressures from the protesters or from the US and IMF. The IMF has also recently threatened them with Chapter VII again. This can not be taken lightly. This all matters very much. 12-22-2019 Newshound Guru Whitelions ...there is no float the CBI has Told us this and the IMF has no control over how Iraq rv's it's money, they can only advise - and they are advising that Iraq revalue to a few cents above where is was when it was taken down. 12-22-2019 Newshound Guru Adam Montana Article: "Al-Khaldi: 170 deputies presented “Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi” as a candidate for prime minister" Allawi's name is coming up a LOT...I'm fine with him. Quote: "the rest of the nominated names are Lieutenant General Abdul-Ghani Al-Saadi, Abdul-Wahab Al-Saadi, former Governor of the Central Bank, Sinan Al-Shabibi,and Judge Rahim Al-Akili, all of whom accepted their candidacy." I know there are members that don't support Shabibi, but I disagree...he has so much relevant experience. He has been a part of this RV process, and deeply so, for a lonnnnnng time. And I think he's supported a raise in the value, but he didn't have express power to make it happen, or maybe it wasn't the right time... but he could be the one to just jam the bus in forward gear and run through the barricades. I support him as a choice as well. ...The people are going to get what they want, and soon, or there will be a repeat of the last two months. Iraq is in a solid place to RV. SOUNDS GOOD TO ME...! Taken from another site that follows Adam's opinions and posts them. Good night everyone - sleep well ..... RON
  42. 9 points
    Security expert: Washington seeks to form a "emergency government" that will radically change Iraq Politics 12/22/2019 15:53 4392 Baghdad today - special Security expert, Ahmed Al-Sharifi, revealed on Sunday (December 22, 2019), the presence of American moves to form an emergency government in Iraq, pointing out that the country is on the verge of radical changes. Al-Sharifi said in an interview with (Baghdad Today), that "Iraq is still under international guardianship under international law, which keeps the project and the political path in Iraq under the eyes of the United States of America." He added that "Iraq has reached the stage of political stubbornness, as the government has failed to perform its tasks and programs since the beginning of the formation of the current government and until now," indicating that "Abdul-Mahdi's resignation from his post and the failure to find a substitute by President Barham Saleh and the parliament, and with continued demonstrations in Baghdad and some provinces, it became necessary to go to the option of the emergency government. " Al-Sharifi explained that "the withdrawal of American forces from Syria towards Iraq, the intensification of the technical effort in Erbil, and the presence of the ground forces in three bases, namely Ein Al-Assad, Habbaniyah and Qayyarah, indicates that Washington is heading to take Iraq as a vital field and consider it part of its national security, after strengthening its presence in the country ". The security expert pointed out that "the United States seeks to make Iraq a strategic ally by forming an emergency government close to Washington in order to find fundamental change in the country." LINK
  43. 9 points
    Time to take out the Iranian Thug Soleimani. He has zero business trying to intimidate the process in Iran’s favor. Complete lunacy to let Iran dictate squat.
  44. 9 points
    Old Iraq...……… NEW Iraq......…….
  45. 9 points
    Al-Khaldi: 170 deputies presented “Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi” as a candidate for prime minister Last updated: December 21, 2019 - 12:42 PM Baghdad / Iraq News Network - The head of the Bayraq al-Khair Parliamentary Bloc, Muhammad al-Khalidi, said today, Saturday, that 170 deputies have presented Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi to President of the Republic Barham Salih as a candidate to form the new government "in consultation with the demonstrators", while stressing that these representatives represent a "bloc" Akbar ”in Parliament. Al-Khalidi said in a press interview,“ The political forces gave names to the President of the Republic for the position of Prime Minister and were rejected by representatives of them, including deputies of the 170 representatives, ”stressing that“ the candidate who will not satisfy the street will not pass. ”He added , “Candidate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi, who is supported by 170 representatives, is now in office In Baghdad, he is not condemned, and there is no truth to what is said in this regard, ”noting that“ there was a dispute between former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki with Allawi and problems due to files and files were pushed against him and Allawi returned to Baghdad and cleared himself. ” Muhammad al-Khalidi continued, “Our gathering met with a large number of demonstrators and the United Nations and 5 names were brought up, in coordination with the protesters’ coordination, the religious authority and the presidency of the republic. ” He explained that“ what prevents us from offering these names is 5 sides, the first of whom are the demonstrators, the 170 representatives, then the political blocs. By taking their views, then the president of the republic and finally the religious authority. ” The head of the Bayraq al-Khair bloc indicated that“ the president of the republic played a great role in the dialogue that took place, and a discussion was held with him with 5 names and the majority considered that Muhammad Allawi is the most acceptable and Barham Saleh is supportive of that, and we have A mechanism to collect supporters for his nomination. ” Noting that "the rest of the nominated names are Lieutenant General Abdul-Ghani Al-Saadi, Abdul-Wahab Al-Saadi, former Governor of the Central Bank, Sinan Al-Shabibi,and Judge Rahim Al-Akili, all of whom accepted their candidacy." LINK
  46. 9 points
    Never Pull The Trigger Finger Of A ‘Loaded’ Clown !
  47. 9 points
    Good Job Weegie - Way To Bring Us Something From A Real Oil ‘Pumper’ Instead From One Of Ur Usual Knockoff Frauds ! Now Get Ur A$$ Back Out There And Find Us A Good BS Bank Story For Dessert...
  48. 9 points
    okieoilman, I hope the rate is still $12 per IQD. Like you said years ago
  49. 9 points
    LINK A new deadline to assign a prime minister in Iraq 20th December, 2019 Iraqi officials set a late deadline of Thursday, Sunday, to nominate a candidate to assign him to form the next government, with the end of the constitutional deadline, and amid fears that the country will enter the unknown in light of the continuing protests despite the kidnappings and assassinations of activists. In the absence of an agreement between the parliamentary blocs on the personality to which the task will be entrusted, a source in the Presidency of the Republic said, “The authorities agreed to postpone the deadline until Sunday, given that Friday and Saturday are the weekend days in Iraq.” Parliament was unable at midnight on Thursday to give confidence to a new figure for the prime minister, while the constitution stipulates that the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, serve as the resigned president, for a period of 15 days. But before that, the parliament had before it a task, which is to present the largest parliamentary bloc with a name to the President of the Republic who then submits it to the House of Representatives for voting. The issue of the largest bloc remains problematic. The concept of the largest bloc is the coalition that includes the largest number of deputies after the elections, and it is not necessarily the coalition that wins the largest number of seats after the poll. The largest bloc was not clear after the legislative elections in May 2018, and Adel Abdul-Mahdi was named Prime Minister at the time, with a political consensus that took place within hours, shortly after Saleh was elected president. But the task is currently difficult for any candidate to gain the confidence of Parliament and be able to meet the demands of the street and withdraw the protesters, after more than two months of demonstrations that killed about 460 people and wounded more than 20 thousand injured. In the event of a lack of consensus, the constitutional option remains in the event of a vacuum that Saleh becomes Prime Minister de facto for a period of 15 days according to Article 81 of the Constitution, provided that he assigns a new candidate. The current parliament is the most divided in modern Iraqi history. On Wednesday, lawmakers failed to agree to redraft the election law, the largest reform the authorities introduced to the protesters, and held the session until Monday. Since the approval of the House of Representatives on the first of December of the current resignation of the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, the Stock Exchange of Politics has started trading several names, some of which were serious, and others were burnt papers to exclude them. On the other hand, US Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs David Hill met on Thursday the Iraqi President, Barham Salih, and the head of the caretaker government, Adel Abdul-Mahdi, in the capital Baghdad, amid the crisis of choosing a new prime minister for the country. Hill arrived in Iraq on Thursday for a surprise and unannounced visit. A statement issued by the Iraqi Presidency stated that President Barham Salih received the American official at the Peace Palace in Baghdad, where they discussed “strengthening relations between the two countries, developing prospects for cooperation and joint coordination to serve mutual interests, as well as reviewing the latest developments on the regional and international arenas.” The statement quoted Hill as asserting, "His country's support for the stability and security of Iraq and the fulfillment of the aspirations of the Iraqis to live in peace, freedom and respect for Iraqi sovereignty."
  50. 9 points
    If the burning of my countries flag is legal, and not considered a hate crime, then what he did is no different.


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