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  1. 14 points
    Parliamentary intention to pass the law «oil and gas» Thursday, December 27, 129 Baghdad / Shaima Rashid A member of the oil and energy parliamentary committee on the reform and reconstruction movement, Ali Aboudi, the determination of his committee to approve the law of oil and gas, during the current parliamentary session. Aboudi said in a statement to «morning»: The adoption of the law of oil and gas will be a priority in the work of the Committee, especially since there is a sincere intention within the Committee to be the priority of the laws of interest to the people ». "This law is very important and there will be some revenue that can be passed by law," he said, calling on political forces to have a consistent and unified vision on the law. He added that there are many laws within the Committee of Oil and Gas Committee started to prepare them for approval within the parliament, stressing the need to be seeking to pass laws that concern the people and join the process of distribution of wealth And oil. http://alsabaah.iq/2600/عزم-برلماني-على-تمرير-قانون-النفط-والغاز
  2. 7 points
    Happy New Year to all of DV. Even those who gave me rubies....LOL. And special wishes to those we have lost....or are just taking a break. Thug, Sandfly, Snowglobe. You are all missed. Hoping that 2019 will be 'OUR YEAR".
  3. 7 points
    He is a Preacher from the corn fields here in Indiana, He seems to have real intel from the Military somehow, I have listened to him for a couple years now, He has never said anything about the Dinar, I am not holding my breath (been in this way to long for that) but Jan 1st is looking possible!
  4. 6 points
  5. 6 points
    The Iranian puppeteer. Amiri. Just let that wolf in the (Iraq) hen house, once US forces are gone. Interesting when ISIS was running rampant, taking over most of the country, and the US coalition forces bombing the Shi'ite out of them......there were no complaints. Now that ISIS is gone, Iraq thinks they are all grown up and gonna take care of themselves. Good luck with that.
  6. 5 points
    Just thinking aloud and was not sure where to state it USA govt shuts down trump goes for surprise visit to Iraq invites iraq pm to White House beginning of Jan govt next meeting to see if they can resolve. Shut down Jan 3 https://ca.yahoo.com/news/more-americans-blame-trump-government-shutdown-reuters-ipsos-194706266--business.html Oil up down and all around markets same thing alot is really starting to line up in the first 5 days of January maybe the rv will help to pay for the wall before the Jan 3 meeting of the govt like I said my conspiracy mind is at play ok Davis is tired
  7. 5 points
    Lithium drip, sedatives & Xanex sure help 🤣
  8. 5 points
    FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2018 Sinjar administration calls for joining the Kurdish region administratively 9:16 AM ADMIN http://www.iraqtradelinknews.com/2018/12/sinjar-administration-calls-for-joining.html Nineveh/ Iraq TradeLink: The local administration of the disputed Sinjar area called the United Nations and the international community to end the presence of “illegitimate” armed groups there and for the join the Kurdish region administratively. The administration, in a press conference, called for the implementation of Article 140 of the Iraqi constitution in order to return to the Kurdish region
  9. 5 points
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  11. 5 points
    Go soak your head and get your medication quickly!
  12. 5 points
    many laws within the Committee of Oil and Gas Committee started to prepare them for approval within the parliament, stressing theneed to be seeking to pass laws that concern the people and join the process of distribution ofwealth 
  13. 5 points
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  16. 5 points
    Trump's a high energy winner, and he acts like it. God's man I say.
  17. 4 points
    You would think they would give the citizens purchasing power before they start taxing foods and goods
  18. 4 points
    No doubt if this is a get-rich-quick scheme, I don't even want to think about a slow plan.
  19. 4 points
    If we did this we would be labeled as racists. Oh, thats right we already are. Lets do it. Lol
  20. 4 points
    Israel has a Nice, Big, Beautiful Wall that seems to work. Then it has been confirmed the Government can use the Donated Fund for the Big, Beautiful Wall. https://bigleaguepolitics.com/confirmed-the-government-can-build-the-wall-with-brian-kolfages-soliciting-of-any-kind-is-not-allowed-money/?fbclid=IwAR1pCUn_YwgpPIU1MOMX14l93-gXtbQphqb53mJBRVNRbzsPNDrKLrVKLUE Karsten
  21. 4 points
    A National Iraqi State Lottery. That will show the world they are an up and coming country that has arrived. But then again so would a passed and implemented HCL and a RV. So the people will be able to afford the higher priced goods (tariffs), and taxes.
  22. 4 points
    Works for us 2019 marks for some of us at DV - 16 yrs. of waiting....sounds ridiculous every time I say it. Cmon Iraq, do it.... do it !!!!!!
  23. 4 points
    Let's go Iraq!!! I'm looking at the new Jaguar I pace and a Chevy zl1 lt1 or 70' chevelle with a gen 5/6 lt1
  24. 4 points
    How 'bout they skip the highly corrupt currency auctions one day, take those proceeds and fix the equipment? There's gotta be a few hundred thousand there. Or, take the salaries normally set for COM positions that have been vacant for, oh say, 14 years, and invest that for repair. I can think of a million ($$) ways to fix this, instead of excuses. And it's been broken 2 1/2 years. Come on guys. Sheesh.
  25. 4 points
    Economist: United States encircles Iran economically in Iraq Friday, December 28, Alsumaria News / Baghdad The Iraqi economic expert Bassem Jamil Antoine, on Friday, that the United States began to besiege Iran economically in Iraq . Russia is quoted as saying Antoine as saying that "Iraq has become the arena of economic conflict Iranian Iran, Washington is working to fill the vacuum that will be besieged by Iranian goods in the Iraqi market," pointing out that "Iran has found great facilities in penetrating the Iraqi market during the past years, Encounter difficulties in later times due to the embargo imposed on them. " He added that "the government of Washington supports the entry of US private sector companies to Iraq, especially in the coming period of reconstruction, as well as productive companies, which will be one of the mechanisms to impose a blockade on Tehran in the Iraqi market." While the US embassy in Baghdad said earlier that "the American Chamber of Commerce brought 50 US companies to the Iraqi market for partnerships and the promotion of sophisticated goods, and seeks through this to establish a mutual partnership with Iraq.
  26. 4 points
    Fatah: Parliament will announce its position on Trump's visit and the US presence in an emergency session 10:41 - 28/12/2018 0 Information / Private .. MP Hamid al-Moussawi said on Friday that the parliament could convene an emergency session to announce its position on Trump's unofficial visit to Iraq and the US presence in bases inside the country, stressing that the United States is seeking to strengthen its presence in Iraq to target the Islamic Republic. "The presidency of parliament may call in the next few days to hold an emergency meeting on the successor to enter Trump to Iraq stealthily and informally, and take a position on it." He added that "the international community rejected Trump's unofficial visit to Iraq, and promised a violation of the sovereignty of Iraq, which will reflect on Trump and his country negatively in the coming days." "Iraq can remove American forces from its bases through political means without resorting to the use of force, especially as the United States is fully aware that Iraq is no longer as it was before and has become a force that has witnessed the world and its ability to confront all odds," he said. "The United States has withdrawn its forces from Afghanistan and Syria to Iraq in order to implement its plan to target the Islamic Republic whenever it wishes, as it seeks to implement a new plan within its strategy in the Middle East." End 25 n https://www.almaalomah.com/2018/12/28/377515/
  27. 4 points
    TRUMP IS CORRECTING OBAMA’S BIGGEST MIDDLE EAST MISTAKE 10:57 PM 12/27/2018 | EDITORIAL Mike Brest | Reporter 97 WATCH: President Donald Trump announced earlier this month his intention to pull the troops out of Syria, claiming that ISIS has been defeated. But, as Retired Brigadier General Anthony Tata points out, Trump wouldn’t even need to make that call had President Barack Obama not pulled troops from Iraq around 2011, the time of the Arab Spring. ISIS was able to conquer two-thirds of Iraq and Syria without the troops there in only a year and a half. (RELATED: Kurds Expected America To Stay In Syria ‘Forever’ But Trump Had Other Plans) As Tata explains, the Obama Administration opted to put their heads in the sand as ISIS started to form and gain territory, which allowed them to grow until it was no longer something that could be ignored. Trump’s decision to pull the troops from Syria came about two weeks ago and he explained his decision on Twitter. He tweeted, “Getting out of Syria was no surprise. I’ve been campaigning on it for years, and six months ago, when I very publicly wanted to do it, I agreed to stay longer. Russia, Iran, Syria & others are the local enemy of ISIS. We were doing there work. Time to come home & rebuild.” https://dailycaller.com/2018/12/27/retired-general-trump-obama-middle-east/
  28. 4 points
  29. 4 points
    I will say this. I have never served in the military. I make no apology for that. It was not in Gods plan and who am I to argue with him. I now live in a state that is less restrictive than the one I left, thank God. I now live in a neighborhood that I know everyone's name in the cul de sac. We all agree to watch out for each others home and if in need help out. I live next to a guy that thinks my wife and I are the greatest thing that ever happened to his family. His 2 year old is a good boy and my wife treats him like a grand baby. He is also a Long Range Marksmen in the Army National Guard here. He has served 3 tours in Afghanistan and Iraq and as a cop he was shot 3 times. He and I don't want to see a civil war. I do pray that if one happens or some sort of violence occurs that God gives me the courage and ability to protect me, mine and ours and the Constitution. I pray and hope that I get to live to a very ripe old age. I want to see an RV and make a little money. I don't like to see so many of you angry and agitated towards each other. I want my wife to keep feeling the way she does about me till the day I die. Oh well enough yaking from this old man. Back to the usual
  30. 4 points
    Samson was a man of God. Delilah was pretty much the porn star of the day.
  31. 4 points
    ***/// Democrats are great at keeping US Americans out of our National Parks & Monuments during a PARTIAL shut down, but can't / won't keep ILLEGALS out of our Country...?
  32. 4 points
    ***/// Perhaps you might join your fellow Catholics who are demanding a change for the better and some accountability of the Catholic "Church. We don't care for your "church" but respect & admire your dedication to your fellow man through your Faith & your good works.... So many have been let down by the Catholic "church", it's nice to know someone cares enough to undertake serious redemption on their behalf. Keep up the good works.
  33. 4 points
    ***/// Just the usual end-of-year RV noise. Hurry up & wait.... In the mean time... Everybody DANCE ! .
  34. 4 points
    I will also say that Bob Adams, who is a CPA (and he works with Breitling along with an investmentment advisor to offer retirement planning for dinar holders), has said repeatedly that he, along wih some other very reputable CPAs, dug deep into the tax code (and I'm pretty sure the IRS has considered all angles when it comes to making money, people have made money on currency revaluations before after all) and he is adamament that any gain from the RV will be taxed as ordinary income. He even discussed the why of it in one of Breitling's audios. I would normally agree that there will likely be a windfall tax or some such thing instituted after the RV, but now that we have Trump, I am rethinking that. Trump understands capitalism. Businesses and countries grow and are very successful if the thinkers and hard workers are encouraged to do their best work and are well rewarded when they do. So I think it's at least possible that Trump will NOT introduce a windfall tax because he may want to encourage the initiative and forward thinking that dinar investors demonstrated when they decided to buy and hold dinar. Also, when people have extra money, they tend to spend at least some of it and that grows the economy. And Trump wants that very much. I admit that this idea is something I came up with on my own and I have not heard anyone else say this, but, hey I could be right..... In any event, unless you plan to commit tax fraud or are using legal methods to minimize taxes, you will have to pay whatever the IRS says when the RV happens. I believe it's best to be prepared to pay the maximum tax rate, and even a windfall tax, and then if there is no windfall tax and/or it turns out the profit will only be taxed as capital gains, then you end up with a lot more money than you expected. I just wouldn't want to be caught on the opposite side where I was expecting to only pay 15% capital gains and then it ends up being 37% and it's too late to buy more dinar at (post RV) to make up for the extra 22% I hadn't planned on paying.
  35. 4 points
    Most admired for what, not being proud to call herself an American.
  36. 4 points
    OMG, I think I just threw up in my mouth.
  37. 3 points
    So I was poking around the internet and found this Iraqi news from Oct 2014, saying the Iraqi Dinar revaluation postponed by Central Bank for 5 years says MP Noura al-Bajari that means Oct 2019 may be it. thoughts? https://www.iraqinews.com/features/iraqi-dinars-project-postponed-5-years-says-central-bank/
  38. 3 points
    One thing for sure my friend, this is definately NOT a get rich quick scheme. !! Many here have been a waitin' for many many years!! May 2019 bring it home!!
  39. 3 points
    Guess someone is on the Iranian's side, as this is a hit piece to allow Iran to control the region. It's duly noted that Russia was not mentioned in one iota of ink in the article. Hmmm. I wonder why? Aren't they also foreign aggressors? to those who think Trump to be the most corrupt in the world and I know you are on here read this tidbit about what China is doing (Iraq needs to be cautious). Who cares about what is going on in Kenya? A pattern is a pattern not done to who but by who. Now Kenya gets to pay the China piper By Monica Showalter All that good P.R. China got for its "one belt, one road" infrastructure-building in third world countries - so much more constructive than America's military spending, see - is starting to look like something entirely different now that Kenya is about to fall to China and its very humorless bill collectors. Here's what Taiwan News is reporting. African media reports that Kenya may soon be forced to relinquish control of its largest and most lucrative port in Mombasa to Chinese control. Beijing, of course, is denying it. But that was a couple days ago. And its only argument begs the question. China insists that the project, out there in deepest Kenya, will indeed make money, effectively suggesting that it won't need to expropriate the port. It doesn't say what will happen if the project doesn't make money, which is what Moody's is focusing on. That follows a recent report from the New York Times, that China has gotten Ecuador so in hock to it, through a big dam infrastructure project, that it will never be able to repay its debts. What's more, it won't get much of a dam, either, given the still-unfinished dam's 6,000-plus cracks and the inevitability of a nearby volcano going off, which ought to junk it for good. But the Chinese debts for Ecuador shall stand eternal, and that's going to keep the country underdeveloped. We noted the same sort of Chinese debt collection going on in hellhole Venezuela, which wrecked its oil industry through socialism and then took Chinese loans to keep it going. Like Ecuador, Venezuela can't pay, but that doesn't mean it's not time to pay the piper. And don't forget that illegal immigrant-exporting El Salvador has pulled the same stunt with China, throwing it in our faces. I wrote about that here. All that embracing of China (and cheerleading from leftists in the West) seems to be turning into a nightmare for nations dumb enough to embrace the smiling dragon. Now Kenya is about to lose its most important and strategic port, no small thing given that Africa's linear coastline means very few ports. China likes that sort of thing - getting a nation in hock, building junk infrastructure, and then taking over the good stuff, and that's for strategic reasons. Already, it's forcing in-hock Pakistan to allow its foothold there to turn into military purposes, once again, because Pakistan can't pay its debts. The New York Times has an excellent article and infographic map of the whole thing. The Times reports that seventy countries have embraced China and its loans through its "one belt, one road," trillion-dollar infrastructure loan program, meaning there are a heckuva lot of countries that are in hock and now can't repay - and that will see major parts of their infrastructures taken over to pay debts. The Washington Post names Laos, Burma, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Montenegro, as all trapped now. Seems corruption and bribes, on which a lot of these were premised, is a great way to get an empire. Didn't the U.S. and Britain use to get criticized a hundred years ago for going to war over badly-run South American nations that failed to pay their debts? Looks like China is viewing that as a how-to guide. But this is the age of the Internet, and mass media, the parallels aren't as exact as the late-19th and early 20th centuries. Perhaps these countries can get out of their contracts by exposing the bribery that brought them into being. Perhaps they can prove in court that they bought lemons and need a refund. Perhaps the U.S. can bundle them together and use them as a wedge to force China to play fair for all countries. Because right now, a new global dawn is on us, the era of the Chinese debt-forced empire. That alone should be a stick with which the U.S. can use on China over all its bad practices that will inevitably lead to a crude new empire. It's fortunate that just about the only American president with the guts to challenge this long-running scam is President Trump. He's what we have now, and it seems that's for a reason. All that good P.R. China got for its "one belt, one road" infrastructure-building in third world countries - so much more constructive than America's military spending, see - is starting to look like something entirely different now that Kenya is about to fall to China and its very humorless bill collectors. Here's what Taiwan News is reporting. Beijing, of course, is denying it. But that was a couple days ago. And its only argument begs the question. China insists that the project, out there in deepest Kenya, will indeed make money, effectively suggesting that it won't need to expropriate the port. It doesn't say what will happen if the project doesn't make money, which is what Moody's is focusing on. That follows a recent report from the New York Times, that China has gotten Ecuador so in hock to it, through a big dam infrastructure project, that it will never be able to repay its debts. What's more, it won't get much of a dam, either, given the still-unfinished dam's 6,000-plus cracks and the inevitability of a nearby volcano going off, which ought to junk it for good. But the Chinese debts for Ecuador shall stand eternal, and that's going to keep the country underdeveloped. We noted the same sort of Chinese debt collection going on in hellhole Venezuela, which wrecked its oil industry through socialism and then took Chinese loans to keep it going. Like Ecuador, Venezuela can't pay, but that doesn't mean it's not time to pay the piper. And don't forget that illegal immigrant-exporting El Salvador has pulled the same stunt with China, throwing it in our faces. I wrote about that here. All that embracing of China (and cheerleading from leftists in the West) seems to be turning into a nightmare for nations dumb enough to embrace the smiling dragon. Now Kenya is about to lose its most important and strategic port, no small thing given that Africa's linear coastline means very few ports. China likes that sort of thing - getting a nation in hock, building junk infrastructure, and then taking over the good stuff, and that's for strategic reasons. Already, it's forcing in-hock Pakistan to allow its foothold there to turn into military purposes, once again, because Pakistan can't pay its debts. The New York Times has an excellent article and infographic map of the whole thing. The Times reports that seventy countries have embraced China and its loans through its "one belt, one road," trillion-dollar infrastructure loan program, meaning there are a heckuva lot of countries that are in hock and now can't repay - and that will see major parts of their infrastructures taken over to pay debts. The Washington Post names Laos, Burma, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Montenegro, as all trapped now. Seems corruption and bribes, on which a lot of these were premised, is a great way to get an empire. Didn't the U.S. and Britain use to get criticized a hundred years ago for going to war over badly-run South American nations that failed to pay their debts? Looks like China is viewing that as a how-to guide. But this is the age of the Internet, and mass media, the parallels aren't as exact as the late-19th and early 20th centuries. Perhaps these countries can get out of their contracts by exposing the bribery that brought them into being. Perhaps they can prove in court that they bought lemons and need a refund. Perhaps the U.S. can bundle them together and use them as a wedge to force China to play fair for all countries. Because right now, a new global dawn is on us, the era of the Chinese debt-forced empire. That alone should be a stick with which the U.S. can use on China over all its bad practices that will inevitably lead to a crude new empire. It's fortunate that just about the only American president with the guts to challenge this long-running scam is President Trump. He's what we have now, and it seems that's for a reason.
  40. 3 points
    True that! They will go through 2 elections before this is passed. Countless committee's and countless meetings before they get to that point.
  41. 3 points
    Not worried about this at all. They’ll have to talk about this for at least 5 yrs. before they get around to forming a committee to discuss the the previous 5 yrs. of discussions. Where it goes from there is anyone’s guess....we’re long gone anyway.
  42. 3 points
    I know it's a bogus report now, cause Davis would have been number 3 People seldom do..
  43. 3 points
  44. 3 points
    TRUMP CALLS OUT CNN FOR ACCUSING US TROOPS OF MISCONDUCT 7:03 PM 12/27/2018 | MEDIA Amber Athey | Media and Breaking News Editor 5916 President Donald Trump lashed out at CNN on Twitter after the news network accused U.S. troops in Iraq of breaking protocol by getting the president to sign memorabilia for them. The president and first lady Melania Trump secretly left the White House late Christmas evening so that they could meet with troops in Iraq the day after Christmas. During the visit to Al Asad Air Base, Trump signed some “Make America Great Again” hats that service-members brought with them to the event. CNN published a story Wednesday accusing the troops of breaking military protocol by engaging in “partisan political activities.” Trump called out CNN for their reporting in a Thursday tweet, writing, “CNN & others within the Fake News Universe were going wild about my signing MAGA hats for our military in Iraq and Germany.” “If these brave young people ask me to sign their hat, I will sign,” the president continued. “Can you imagine my saying NO? We brought or gave NO hats as the Fake News first reported!” 66.6K people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy Trump has been routinely criticized for his relationship with U.S. military, including in an article by NBC News that prematurely claimed that Trump would be the “first president since 2002 not to visit troops at Christmastime.” Hours after NBC published that article, it was confirmed that the president was, in fact, making the visit to troops. (RELATED: Trump Criticized For Not Visiting Arlington Cemetery On Veterans Day) NBC added an editor’s note to the article indicating their error but opted not to change the headline or the text of the piece. https://dailycaller.com/2018/12/27/trump-tweet-cnn-troops-sign-maga-hats-misconduct/
  45. 3 points
  46. 3 points
    After 10 years .. What is the fate of that agreement between Baghdad and Washington? Twilight News one hour ago The tenth anniversary of the signing of the security agreement between the governments of Iraq and the United States, which was then described by Iraqi officials strategy, the voices calling for its abolition in conjunction with the secret and quick visit to the President of the United States, Donald Trump, to Iraq. According to the agreement signed by the government of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in 2008, US combat forces withdrawn from cities and provinces will remain in facilities and areas agreed upon with the Iraqi government, which are located outside towns, villages and townships and are identified by the Joint Commission To coordinate military operations between the two sides. Directing Foreign Forces The political parties and factions loyal to Iran began early and under pressure from the latter, demanding the abolition of the Convention since entering the new parliament, under the pretext of ending the war with terrorist organizations, but to the enactment of a law to remove foreign forces from Iraq. The bloc "Sadikon" political wing of Asaib Ahl al-Haq led by Qais al-Khazali, which recently won the Iraqi elections, called for the subject of reviewing the strategic agreement with the United States during the next parliament session, following Trump's surprise visit to Iraq. The leader of the Uaeib, Naim Aboudi, said that there is a bill included by the parliamentary legal committee, looking to remove all foreign troops from Iraq. On the risks of straining relations between the United States and Iraq against the backdrop of this law, Aboudi said, Iraq can not put his position on what he called the anger of Washington. Aboudi said that the United States can not be trusted about the justification for its presence in Iraq, and their presence under the pretext of an inadequate call with the presence of troops from the army and police and popular mobilization, he said. US President Donald Trump during his visit to Iraq spoke of his unwillingness to withdraw US military forces from Iraq, pointing out that Iraq could be taken as a springboard against terrorism in the region and that Iran's moves would be monitored. The multiplicity of sources of armament to that, said MP for the alliance of conquest, Walid al-Sahlani, the House of Representatives will work to change a number of concepts of the strategic agreement concluded with the United States on the supply of weapons to the Iraqi military. He explained that it is a priority of the current parliament to change a number of concepts of the strategic agreement between Iraq and the United States on the supply of arms and military equipment, as well as opening to other countries to be different sources of arms processing. Sahlani added that the parliament will hold accountable the government figures responsible for the agreements, which did not provide anything tangible on the ground, noting that the agreement with Washington will be studied and will be canceled after consideration of its usefulness. The United States had previously suggested that if the Iraqi government demands that US forces leave its territory after the end of the war with Saddam Hussein, Iraq must pay the debts owed by the Iraqi government and the cost of wars since 2003 of $ 1 trillion and $ 100 billion. Keywords: http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/16c75f7a-6382-4fee-b6e3-f20085107dda
  47. 3 points
    WTF!!! Where did this come from. That website is psycho!!!
  48. 3 points
    12-27-2018 *** Iraq News Flash *** U.S. President Donald Trump made a surprise visit to the troops in Iraq on Christmas evening. It's reported he assured Iraq there are no plans for the U.S. to end operations or support in the region. 12-27-2018 Newshound/Intel Guru RVAlready ...I feel we are headed for the RV. The 2019 Iraq budget is written in post-RV numbers (billions, not trillions, of dinar). Iraq needs this RV to move forward. The CBI is clearly planning to get this done. To me, everything else is just noise. 12-27-2018 Newshound Guru Kaperoni Quote from John Bolton, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs: "In Iraq, President Trump spoke w/ US military leaders about the progress to secure total victory against ISIS. He also spoke w/ Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi, and invited him to visit the White House. We look forward to hosting him DC." 12-27-2018 Newshound/Intel Guru Mnt Goat "PRESIDENT TRUMP MAKES CHRISTMAS VISIT TO TROOPS IN IRAQ" So this really happened. It has NOTHING to do with the reinstatement of the currency...However, it a sign to us that the country is getting safer. But a “state” visit was NOT the purpose of this trip for Trump. He promised to return when the government is “fully” formed. Wow! This simply a visit to the armed forces base in Anbar...the visit was not actually surprising to the Iraq government but was asked to be kept quiet. Trump did say he fully intended someday soon to return for an “official state visit” but only when Iraq was ready. 12-27-2018 Intel Guru ADMINBILL Keep your eye on the ball during the coming week and into 2019...Remember, this is a process...Truth will soon prevail...We win. 12-27-2018 Newshound/Intel Guru tman23 Damn interesting that Secretary Treasurer Steve Munchin shook the markets after it leaked that he called banks to check if they had enough liquidity...WELL DO THEY?? AND WHAT IS ABOUT TO COME? It is getting close to the New Year when Iraq MUST do the ZEROS...we shall see what that entails as this is also the year for USA infrastructre rebuild to kickoff...Like what i'm seeing...hopefully the dinar bares fruit shortly..!
  49. 3 points


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