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  1. Welcome. I have said for yrs. "Only invest what you won't miss" I have seen to many people do stupid stuff and lose their homes trying to purchase more than they could afford. DV is one of the best sites around to be a part of. Adam does his homework and you will never hear crazy amounts come from him. Don't get caught up on hype of high amounts on trade in. Do your homework, research what others put up. If it's still here there is a thread with a list of news agencies that will help you in research. Be Smart... again welcome DK
  2. yea I follow a few Iraqi politicians on twitter, I use a translation app on some but there is some interesting things going on. It seems they use twitter much like we use texting Thank you Sir, Yes it has been an interesting yr to say the least. I just have to keep reminding myself God is in control. Hopefully I can be around here more often
  3. 5 Reasons To Be Optimistic About Iraq in 2015 It’s been a tough year for Iraq — arguably the toughest in its modern history. Undoubtedly, 2014 was a miserable year for the entire Middle East. But as Aaron David Miller points out in his Foreign Policy piece, there are at least five reasons why 2015 will likely bring positive changes to the region. The challenges ahead are immense, but there is much cause for optimism. So here are five reasons to be optimistic about Iraq in 2015: 1. Daesh is losing the war The fall of Mosul, the large-scale massacre of soldiers and civilians and the subsequent loss of almost a third of the country to Daesh led many to question whether the integrity of Iraq as a state could survive. Analysts, commentators and media hacks were quick to restart their “civil war” mantra, claiming with almost certitude that the days of sectarian warfare would inevitably return; that clashes over disputed territories would ensue between central government forces and the Kurdish Peshmerga; and that the separation of Iraq along sectarian and ethnic lines was a foregone conclusion. Thankfully, most of these predictions have proven to be way off the mark. Iraqi security forces have begun to turn the tide against Daesh — bolstered by a wave of volunteers that answered the call of Grand Ayatollah Sistani, in addition to numerous Iran-backed paramilitary groups, fighting in close coordination with newly energized Kurdish Peshmerga and local Sunni tribal fighters, with air cover courtesy of the international coalition led by the United States. Iraq has already retaken key strategic towns and positions including Mosul Dam, Amerli, Makhmour, Jurf al-Sakhr, Udhaim, Baiji and Sinjar. Most recently, Iraqi security forces backed by Shia paramilitary units fought alongside local Sunni tribal fighters to take back the Sunni town of Dhuluiya and in turn ended Daesh’s months-long siege. There is still a long way to go but the cooperation between supposed rival armed groups has been unprecedented and key to the country’s ongoing military successes. 2. Political will to root out corruption ali 2 Prime Minister Abadi’s announcement in November on the existence of 50,000 so-called “ghost” soldiers made sweeping headlines in the foreign press. Iraqis, however, were not so surprised. Such practices were common knowledge and epitomized the extent of corruption that had accumulated within the Ministry of Defense over many years. But the revelation reflected the government’s readiness to expend some of its newly generated political capital on rooting out the sort of corruption that would create a lot of unwanted enemies. The move also signaled a clear intent to make fundamental structural reforms to the security apparatus. Abadi’s decision to replace some fifty senior commanders within the defense and interior ministries is an encouraging start. Furthermore, Iraq’s new defense minister, Khalid al-Obaidi, has shown much promise since being approved by parliament in October. He has exhibited strong leadership, visiting troops on numerous battlefronts, and he has sought to enhance military cooperation with Iraq’s neighbors having visiting both Jordan and Iran in recent weeks. The Sunni minister, who himself hails from Mosul, will be well positioned to lead the final charge against Daesh when the time comes. 3. Iraq’s politicians have grown up (a little) ali 3 Since the fall of Saddam, Iraq has been led by successive “national unity” governments (a euphemism for everyone-gets-a-piece-of-the-pie form of governance). Unsurprisingly, these dysfunctional governments have been characterized by inter-party rivalries and deliberate attempts to undermine the government’s ability to push forward much-needed reforms. But on November 25, something significant happened that largely went unnoticed: the Abadi-led cabinet approved its own internal bylaws, which regulate the way decisions are made in the Council of Ministers. Despite passage of the bylaws being mandated in the Constitution, former prime minister Nouri Al-Maliki struggled throughout his 8-year tenure to encourage enough cooperation between his ministers to agree on proposed draft. Abadi’s success indicates two things: the willingness of all political blocs represented within the government to put their differences aside for the good of the nation; and Abadi’s ability to channel this newfound maturity to bring about much-needed regulatory reforms. 4. Shami Witness is behind bars ali 4 Shami Witness was not just a menace, but a phenomenon. Much has been written about the role of cyber jihadists and their utilization of social media platforms like Twitter to recruit and spread fear among local populations. Many of these parasites were shut down after the brutal beheading of James Foley, but few had been exposed or apprehended before Mehdi Masroor. The war against Daesh is as much about winning the media war as it is about reclaiming territory in Iraq and Syria. Social media executives have finally wised up about their responsibilities and so too have analysts and researchers who engage with these venom-spewing extremists. 5. Minorities have not given up on Iraq ali 5 Notwithstanding the brutal decades-long repression endured under the Baathist regime, Iraq’s Shia majority have also had to bear the brunt of Al-Qaeda’s terror attacks in Iraq. But many of Iraq’s minorities have been hit particularly hard by Daesh’s advances. Yezidis, Turkoman and Christians have all been brutally victimized. Entire communities, many of whom had lived in their land for hundreds, if not thousands of years, were uprooted from their homes and forced to flee to far away towns. These tragic events led many commentators to resurrect outlandish headlines declaring “the end of Christianity in Iraq”. But the unfolding story has been rather different. Desperate minority communities were welcomed in open arms by their fellow countrymen, from the Kurdistan Region to the southern provinces of Karbala and Najaf. With winter setting in, IDPs will face bleak times ahead, but the solidarity, compassion and empathy that have been exhibited by Iraqi communities across the country are sure signs that Iraq’s minorities will not be left to fend for themselves. For Iraq’s Christians, Christmas this year was a somber affair. But it was also an opportunity for them to remind the world that they had no intention of leaving their country; and for Iraq’s Muslim majority to reassure them of their rightful place in Iraq. And that was the scene in many churches across Iraq on December 25 – Muslim leaders sitting alongside packed Christian congregations for Christmas mass. That Iraq’s strength is derived from its diversity has almost certainly become a cliché, but it truer now than ever, and Iraqis of all ethnicities, sects and religions have shown that they have not forgotten that. Ashraf Rauf I was unable to put link in from my phone,can another mod add it for me please
  4. People that know me, know I am not a cheerleader, if I have a different opinion than you I let it be known. I have been on DV for years now, and I have stayed because Adam doesn't push hopeium. For years the "guru's" (BS artist)have pushed weekly RV's. During this time Adam has always said GOI+HCL=RV. Amazingly I am seeing other g RT groups now saying the same thing, like this is new info. Adam thank you for keeping your feet solid on the ground during this roller coaster ride. DK
  5. went to link and did what it said, I guess me and chat rooms are a thing of the past unable to get in any room including NDC.
  6. Your able to think for yourself, that's good but sadly there are people in this ride who are desperate and are not thinking clearly. I put this out so people would be encouraged to think clearly, stay strong everyone.
  7. yes ma'am it won't be today but I will thank you
  8. Good Evening; I know some of you are wondering who this DK Character is and where I have been. Long story short waiting on Iraq has forced me to take multiple jobs. Hey Iraq OK on to the purpose of this post: Today i received a call from a former student who is a banker, he asked me if I still had dinar I told him a few. He then proceeded to tell me of a phone call he got saying there is a buyer in New York offering $30 a dinar. My response was "you know I can hurt people whop jerk my chain" he said he was serious. As a person who has gotten many of my friends involved in this investment I would not be doing them any justice if i didn't follow any leads given me. So I started making calls as they were given to me. First was the attorney in New York, he then called another attorney who represents the people offering this outrageous amount of money. While trying to get a hold of this other attorney... I will not give names because if they are real attorneys I could be held liable for calling them scammers. Bottom line they were promoting the Reno group, and the way it came about was innocent on my friends part, but these people are out there trying to get your dinar. I let it be know as soon as I heard the word Reno, I told them "no tickie, no laundry" I let them know I will not depart with what I have left without cash in hand. the following is the email I got while waiting on the final attorney. Hello! Please share this with the seller and get back to me ASAP| I am dealing with the attorney that has been heavily involved in the RV of the world currencies, & he is working with Group which is in charge of this purchase. The end buyer is China.. Wait time, between 1-6 weeks after delivery, to Reno, or the buyers plane has picked your currency up for pay out. $30.00 per NEW IQD -10% Fees Commissions: 1.5% for you, Frank Ellis, and who ever else is involved Minium: 100M equivlent to USD and Up! The larger the better Need CIS, Copy of passport. History of funds, statement. Buyer will pick up the larger amount of funds worldwide. Projects for the countries which are not an enemy of the US / western world, are required We finally got on the conference call with the head attorney, and in conversation I asked a question about details of this transaction, I was told "that's a loaded question, and yes the way I asked it it was loaded. It was at this point that the conversation went from $30 per dinar to the average person will only get... Dare I say... Yes I say $5.80 that's right folks you heard it hear. Once they realized I wasn't a sap, and I wasn't going to be taken, the conversation ended and ended quiclkley. The original attorney didn't even stay on to talk to me about possible cash in scenarios after RV. This investment is real, the scam in this is the people like I talked to today on the phone. Be vigilant people and be cautious. PS I cant get into chat my system won't let me
  9. If I could give you more +'s I would Dinar Thug you have a way of making me smile lol
  10. Take time to read its long I tried not to make it long but its what I felt needed to be said Over the past 4+ yrs since I have been in this adventure, many things have been said in regards to cashing in, when we can cash in, and the value of our cash in. Yet over the past 4 yrs none and I repeat none of these things have come to pass. So it becomes difficult to know what is true and what is not. The latest thing going around is “We are waiting on the release of the 800#s” In the past 4 yrs I have been able to direct friends and acquaintances to take a leap of faith and put some money into this. I encouraged them and I still encourage them to do due diligence and study for yourself, yet some of the people I know are following certain guru’s because there is a daily dose of hopium being dished out. I got a text yesterday about RV this weekend and 800’s their question was if they were a member of a certain site would they get the email about the RV and the 800’s. I called this person and presented a couple of scenarios for him. Scenario #1 The way I understand it is that when this RV certain guru’s and certain sites will notify their members with 800’s to call “call centers” to set up you appointment with certain banks to receive the highest dollar for their dinar. They will go to the bank and if they follow the script right, they will get the highest return. These people are also being told DO NOT take anything less than what the Guru’s are saying. Scenario #2 (what I told my friend) We get notification of an RV, you call the 800# to set your appointment, then you are directed to a cash-in center (not a bank) reason being because of the shear number of people cashing in, it would overwhelm the bank lobbies causing them to lose other business. You go to the center and it looks official, you meet with a bank rep so you think. They give a receipt for your dinar and tell you the money will be in your account with-in 24-48 hrs. Because these people look official you walk out happy waiting for the deposit to hit your account. OOOPS never happens Scenario #3 Same as #2 but a different twist at the end, you hand over all your banking info to these people (they now have access to your account) they deposit a % of you money into your account until they can verify the dinar. You leave ready to start a new life, only to find out 24 hrs later your account has been drained because you gave your information freely. Then trying to prove you handed them your dinar is almost impossible. My friend response was BUT… I stopped him there and said remember this info is coming from people that over the last few yrs have called an RV almost daily and nothing has been true, there is always an excuse why it didn’t happen. Am I calling them liars Not outright but my momma always said “if it looks like a duck, waddles like a duck and craps like a duck then its I duck.. Be careful and learn all you can about this so you are not left high and dry at the end DK
  11. Douglas A. Ollivant October 25, 2013 · in Commentary and Analysis The White House has announced the visit of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on November 1. The issues to be discussed are wide ranging, but can be reduced to three S’s—Sunnis, Syria, and the Strategic Framework Agreement. The Strategic Framework Agreement (SFA), signed in November of 2008, is a fairly comprehensive document that covers the bi-lateral relations between the United States and Iraq, at least in scope, if not always in detail. Given recent events in Iraq, we can expect that the conversation relating to the SFA will remain primarily, though not exclusively, about defense. And that topic itself is wide ranging, but we can reduce it to defense against Al Qaeda-style terrorism, and defense more generally. Iraq has an Al Qaeda problem. While the network in Iraq itself was never truly defeated, only suppressed by the U.S. “Surge,” American’s Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) was able to keep Al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) largely contained through the end of the U.S. troop withdrawal in 2011. Since then, AQI has experienced a resurgence. As I have written elsewhere, this is largely due to the release of AQI-affiliated detainees, spill-over from the Syria conflict, passive support from elements of the Sunni population, and the simple fact that the Iraqi security forces fall far short of JSOC, particularly with respect to training and equipment. To defeat this sophisticated terrorist network, the Iraqis must acquire more JSOC-like capabilities. The bulk of the gaps have to do with intelligence – collection, fusion, and analysis. Iraq needs more tools to gather intelligence, but the most critical gap is the ability to bring all the various pieces of intelligence into one common picture for analysis. This is less about technology (though there are technologies that could help) than it is about tactics, techniques and procedures. These can be improved only by training and experience. However, their leadership has failed to take decisive moves toward better intelligence, even though they have been presented with many options. Much of their budget, regrettably, remains unspent, especially in the intelligence arena. Prime Minister Maliki will doubtless ask for assistance with his terrorism problem (the Iraqis have allegedly asked for—and been denied—armed drones). The United States could agree to give assistance, but the lack of a Status of Forces Agreement makes the provision of any military personnel problematic. Perhaps a more feasible answer is for the United States to facilitate the Iraqi contracting of private U.S. firms that specialize in intelligence analysis, many of them formed and/or staffed by JSOC, and other military intelligence, veterans. Once the Iraqi Security Forces know who is (and just as important, who is not) affiliated with AQI, then removing them from the population becomes much easier—and more surgical. More generally, however, the Iraqis want weapons of all kinds to functionally re-equip their still nascent military. Their need is exacerbated by the well-known inefficiency of the American Foreign Military Sales (FMS) system. Under the best of circumstances, the FMS system is slow and ponderous, and in this case, it has nearly ground to a stop. From the Iraqi perspective, they have paid billions of dollars into a system that has not delivered much in return—and that is increasingly being consumed by the cost of maintaining Western engineers and contractors in Iraq. There is blame all around, of course (it is hard to see any systematic reasoning behind many of the Iraqi FMS requests), but the frustration with the delays in fighter jets, air defense equipment, helicopters, and armored vehicles has moved beyond the staff level and become a Prime Ministerial issue. This should be of interest to the United States, as the reason Iraq needs this equipment is to stand up to—among others—its perennial rival, Iran. The shortcomings of the FMS system are compounded by political agendas that can attend it. Iraq can never anticipate when some American politician, based on his or her understanding of Iraq and Iraq’s problems, may put a “hold” on a weapon sale. The frequency of these holds has now reached a point where those initiating them should be asked a simple question—is their intent to continue to let neighboring states militarily intimidate Iraq, or do they really wish to benefit the defense industries of Russia and France? At this point, American weapons sales to Iraq really are a win-win-win. The logistics, training and ammunition resupply trail of U.S. weaponry could maintain American influence in Iraq, can permit Iraq to reach military parity (eventually superiority) with Iran, and can sustain the U.S. defense industrial base during the coming budgetary lean years. Maliki is no doubt expecting—with some resignation—a lecture on Sunni inclusion and reconciliation. This is a delicate issue and one that does not lend itself to easy solutions. But the reasonable Sunni issues can be reduced to de-Baathification reform, inclusion in Iraqi society, and an end to persecution by the security forces. Each of these issues remains difficult. Regarding the alleged persecution of Sunnis, there is no doubt that some innocent Sunni are caught in the raids that the security forces engage in to try to discover the AQI cells. On the other hand, it is difficult to advise what else they might do at this time. It is a stubborn fact that the car bombs are being made (primarily) in the Sunni areas and are blown up (again, primarily) in the Shi’a areas. Given this, what else would we have the Government of Iraq do, until it achieves a breakthrough in its intelligence system? Surely we can all acknowledge that to “do nothing” is not an option for the Prime Minister’s Shi’a constituents, who are dying at a rate of over 1000/month. In essence, the Sunni demands are that the government stop hunting for AQI in their midst – and yet, AQI is very much in their midst. Inclusion remains a difficult issue not because it cannot be done, but because the expectations are so different that the Sunni do not appreciate what they do have. While there has been no census in many decades, the Sunni Arabs of Iraq are no more than 25% of the population, and the CIA Factbook estimates they could be as little as 12%. Yet most Sunnis believe they comprise at least 50% of the Iraqi population. If the 12% is correct, Sunnis may well be over-represented, at 25% perhaps under-represented. While the military is doubtless more Shi’a dominated than when U.S. forces left in 2011 (and obviously much more so than under Saddam), it is not clear that the supposed proportions are truly out of whack with actual Iraqi demographics. Further, there are numerous key jobs that are held by Arab Sunni—though those who work closely with the government are then often ostracized as part of the alleged “Malikiyoun,” or pawns of the Prime Minister, as often are Sunni Arab parliamentarians who try to reach compromise. Finally, Maliki has had temporary alliances with virtually all Sunni leaders—both elected and tribal—at one point or another. Iraq’s Arab Sunni are included and do have representation, but their demographic minority will always keep them in, well, the minority. Finally, de-Baathification is a good idea that has outlived its shelf life. If someone’s Baath ties were not significant enough to be noticed by now, they probably aren’t that significant. The issue here is that de-Baathification remains extremely popular among those who were persecuted by the Baath party—a not insignificant demographic. When Prime Minister Maliki and Deputy Prime Minister Saleh al-Mutlak (a Sunni) brought forward a proposed de-Baathification reform law in April of this year, it was strongly opposed by Kurdish and Shi’a Iraqis—in fact, some blame Maliki’s party’s disappointing performance in the provincial elections that same month on this proposed policy to feather the fist of de-Baathification. As in U.S. politics, the base does not always reward those who seek compromise with political opponents. So even these moderate issues of Sunni inclusion are fraught. Further, for many Sunni groups, nothing short of a return to Sunni majority rule and deposition of the current government will suffice. It is difficult to see what Maliki might do to satisfy this particularly minority-within-a-minority. It appears that the Prime Minister believes the best way forward is to reduce terrorism so that all Iraqi citizens might live better lives, though this will be difficult so long as Iraqi-Sunni insurgents continue to gain battlefield experience that is being re-imported from across the border. On Syria, there may be perhaps real hope that Iraq could be a partner for some type of breakthrough. Iraq has real incentives in this area. A failure of Syria policy is largely an abstraction for the United States. For Iraq, however, it is a nightmare on its border, an ungoverned space from which AQI plans, finances, trains, and then launches terrorist attacks on marketplaces and mosques in Iraqi cities and towns. Just this week, car bombs hit every checkpoint on Iraq’s Syrian border. Further, Iraq – to put it gently – knows what it is like to be on the receiving end of a miscast and mismanaged U.S. policy and is in this regard well-positioned to cooperate in constructive plans to address the situation in Syria. We can likely expect Iraq to be supportive of a dialogue and peace process in Syria, but to hold a more neutral stance with regard to the Assad regime and the rebel forces. Moreover, it is unrealistic to expect that there can be pre-conditions (read: the resignation of Bashar al-Assad) to a dialogue. We should expect that Iraq’s actions will be placed in a multilateral frame—that Iranian overflights (which again, Iraq lacks the Air Force and Air Defense system to stop) should be linked to the interdiction of foreign fighters and monies to the Al-Qaeda affiliated groups in Syria. Prime Minister Maliki has been explicit that he wants to be a partner of the United States. We can expect that during this visit he will revisit this theme of partnership repeatedly. Maliki is not coming to the United States with hat in hand—he has his own money, and plenty of it. He does not want Iraq to be a ward of the U.S. military, but, rather, a customer of U.S. business. Iraq doesn’t need the U.S. to give it anything other than goodwill. It just wants the U.S. to deliver on sales of goods and services. And in this, the Prime Minister will be echoing the sentiment, if not the words, of Thomas Jefferson’s first inaugural address: “peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.”
  12. Morning my dinar home, its been awhile since I have been on and even longer since I have posted. Do not mistake my absence as a sign of despair or hopelessness, after 4 years of study and being in this I am still convinced that this is going to happen, we will see an RV, but its all about timing. I receive tweets daily telling me its done from what I consider unscrupulous gurus. There are new ones and some really olds but what's sad is the their stories haven't changed much in 4 yrs. One thing I agree with them about is this is about timing. From the day I was handed my first Dinar I realized this was something special, and there was a spiritual aspect to this that the world will not understand. I have had many a heated debate with members about the spiritual aspect of this investment, in the end we have walked away friends but agreeing to disagree. The timing I am referring to is not Governmental timing or even the CBI its a spiritual timing. Iraq is destined to be an economical leader in this world, this is not what I feel but what is clearly written in the scriptures. If you disagree that's fine, it will not change what I know. This morning on my morning run, a song played it should have only played once but God wanted me to listen closely, when I did I understood. over the past 3 year I for one have been struggling with our business and finding outside work. I felt God should do something and because he hasn't done it to what I felt, He was late in taking care of me. Well this morning this song made understand even though we feel His timing is late he is always on time. This goes for this investment too, ultimately this is in his hands so Guess WHAT!!!!! HE IS NEVER LATE. hopefully I can attach this video and song properly Stay Strong Dinarians Its all about timing DK
  13. I recommend everyone read this and take it to heart. DK 25 AWESOME TIPS FOR A BEAUTIFUL LIFE!!! 1. Take a 10-30 minute walk every day. & while you walk, SMILE. It is the ultimate antidepressant. 2. Sit in silence for at least 10 minutes each day. ... 3. When you wake up in the morning, Pray to ask God’s guidance for your purpose, today. 4. Eat more foods that grow on trees and plants and eat less food that is manufactured in plants. 5. Drink green tea and plenty of water. Eat blueberries, broccoli, and almonds. 6. Try to make at least three people smile each day. 7. Don’t waste your precious energy on gossip, energy vampires, issues of the past, negative thoughts or things you cannot control. Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment. 8. Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a college kid with a maxed out charge card. 9. Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good. 10. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone. Forgive them for everything ! 11. Don’t take yourself so seriously. No one else does. 12. You don’t have to win every argument. Agree to disagree. 13. Make peace with your past so it won’t spoil the present. 14. Don’t compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about. 15. No one is in charge of your happiness except you. 16. Frame every so-called disaster with these words: ‘In five years, will this matter?’ 17. Help the needy, Be generous ! Be a ‘Giver’ not a ‘Taker’ 18. What other people think of you is none of your business. 19. Time heals everything. 20. However good or bad a situation is, it will change. 21. Your job won’t take care of you when you are sick. Your friends will. Stay in touch. 22. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need. 23. Each night before you go to bed ,Pray to God and Be thankful for what you’ll accomplish, today ! 24. Remember that you are too blessed to be stressed. 25.Share this to everyone on your list to help them lead a happier life…!!!!
  14. When coming into chat saying Hello wait one minute and leave doesn't even give anybody a chance to response. When you come in and say hello wait at least a few min before leaving, we try to say hello and talk to all who wish to talk, but understand some of us multitask and we may not see your comment at first. there has been a few times I have looked at the time stamp on the comments and literally 1 min maybe has passed and I respond the person is gone, just asking to show some courtesy and give a few minutes. DK
  15. If you read this woman, and 12 you will find that for people who didn't follow the sites they sure sounded like the Yahoo's that post weekly RV cash ins. Yet people follow blindly. If people want to lose their minds and money cont to follow those jackwagons, or people can start thinking for themselves and truly see them for who they are, con****** Dk
  16. OK it seems that because of the title, many may think I am trying rebuke the articles calling this a scam. NO the point of this post is a warning about those spewing false Intel and hope. There is a possibility that on some of these dinar sites there are wolves in sheep's clothing. My desire is to warn people to be careful of these wolves. DK
  17. scam, NOT A SCAM, scam, NOT A SCAM???? When I was asked to look into the dinar by a friend 4 yrs ago this was the question I put out. Something that sounds to good to be true usually is. BUT as I researched it I saw that there was more to this, and that the possibilities of the dinar increasing in value was high. I looked at Iraq as a nation and at the time they were a mess, US was in control of every aspect of their lives, and the gov for a better word was for NOT. I began reading news articles after news articles, and began to see that there was hope for Iraq, then I looked at their history both Saddam era and pre-Saddam era, and before Saddam Iraq was a vibrant country. This was a good sign to me, then as a Christian I began to study the scriptures, and low and behold prophecy has Iraq/Babylon as the economic leader. I joined different chat rooms and forums to gather more info, and that's when I was introduced to the world of unscrupulous dinar site owners (not all site owners fit into this group). I began to hear "tonight is our night" "I am not at liberty to give full details" "we are there" and for the past 4 yrs these mantra's haven't changed, the only thing that has changed are names. There are still some of the same names but in general there are new names with the same old info. I also began to see a pattern on these sites that if you questions the intel giver you were banned. I finally found a hope with no hype just info here at DV. *** WARNING*** I began to see more things pop up in these rooms that gave me concern. Our leader will be the one who gets the info to you first, so send us an email with your info on it so we can contact you quickly one of our members is need of help, we are taking money to help them. (I have no doubt that people are in need) Our group is the only group that will get the best deal, Use the bank we say for that deal don't do anything until you hear from us, then when you get the code we will take care of you ***WARNING*** Giving out personal info to people you don't know or think you may know is dangerous. It hurts me to see how blindly people will do these things. My fear is they will lose all they have to these people. Much like the Reno rumor. My friend ask me to watch this in order to help him make wise decision, do i know everything there is to know about the dinar NO, but as a former commercial diver my gut instincts have saved my life a few times, and my gut is saying BEWARE... below is info for your reading, I am saying names or calling people out. My desire is for you to be smart and when this is over to be able to have money in the bank. ***************************************************************************************** scam (skm) Slang n. A fraudulent business scheme; a swindle. tr.v. scammed, scam·ming, scams To defraud; swindle. A confidence artist (or con artist) is an individual, operating alone or in concert with others, who exploits characteristics of the human psyche such as dishonesty, honesty, vanity, compassion, credulity, irresponsibility, naïveté, or greed. Egomania is an obsessive preoccupation with one's self[1] and applies to someone who follows their own ungoverned impulses and is possessed by delusions of personal greatness and feels a lack of appreciation Cult leaders have an outstanding ability to charm and win over followers. They beguile and seduce. They enter a room and garner all the attention. They command the utmost respect and obedience. These are "individuals whose narcissism is so extreme and grandiose that they exist in a kind of splendid isolation in which the creation of the grandiose self takes precedence over legal, moral or interpersonal commitments."(l8) Paranoia may be evident in simple or elaborate delusions of persecution. Highly suspicious, they may feel conspired against, spied upon or cheated, or maligned by a person, group, or governmental agency. Any real or suspected unfavorable reaction may be interpreted as a deliberate attack upon them or the group. (Considering the criminal nature of some groups and the antisocial behavior of others, some of these fears may have more of a basis in reality than delusion!) Dinarians just because people say what we want to hear, doesn't mean they know more than you. STUDY STUDY STUDY and don't become a Post RV victim. DK
  18. Ok I looked before posting didn't see I will merge the 2 ty DropItLikeItsHotI hadn't seen you had already posted this this morning it was brought to my attention so i Merged the 2 good work DK
  19. We, as a people, cannot go back and correct things of the past. However, we can voice and make known the things of the now and what it will mean for the future. This iReport will not go into the underlying reasons or goals of the invasion of Iraq but it will set forth a view as to the now and what it means to remove the political landscape so that the Iraqi people can move forward in their freedom as a nation but more importantly move forward with the wealth which has been promised to them and made constitutional within the new Iraq constitution. We focus so much time on news worthy politics but gloss over news worthy reports of the real behind the scene issues of allowing the Iraqi people to finely realize one of the fundamental reasons of providing them with a democratic nation. At a time, when major financial issues exist around the world it is felt the investigative reporters have failed to really look into the details of the underlying conditions which these issues are more political than real. One of the major objectives of liberating Iraq was to provide the people with a democratic nation and they be allowed to create a government of the people and by the people establishing a constitution which would provide for the health and wealth of its people. The constitutional was approved in 2005. Article 140 of the Iraq Constitution requires the executive authority shall undertake the necessary steps to complete the implementation of the requirements of all subparagraphs of Article 58 of the Transitional Administrative Law. Specifically Article 58 states: A. The Iraqi Transitional Government, and especially the Iraqi Property Claims Commission and other relevant bodies, shall act expeditiously to take measures to remedy the injustice caused by the previous regime’s practices in altering the demographic character of certain regions, including Kirkuk, by deporting and expelling individuals from their places of residence, forcing migration in and out of the region, settling individuals alien to the region, depriving the inhabitants of work, and correcting nationality. To remedy this injustice, the Iraqi Transitional Government shall take the following steps: 1. With regard to residents who were deported, expelled, or who emigrated; it shall, in accordance with the statute of the Iraqi Property Claims Commission and other measures within the law, within a reasonable period of time, restore the residents to their homes and property, or, where this is unfeasible, shall provide just compensation. 2. With regard to the individuals newly introduced to specific regions and territories, it shall act in accordance with Article 10 of the Iraqi Property Claims Commission statute to ensure that such individuals may be resettled, may receive compensation from the state, may receive new land from the state near their residence in the governorate from which they came, or may receive compensation for the cost of moving to such areas. 3. With regard to persons deprived of employment or other means of support in order to force migration out of their regions and territories, it shall promote new employment opportunities in the regions and territories. 4. With regard to nationality correction, it shall repeal all relevant decrees and shall permit affected persons the right to determine their own national identity and ethnic affiliation free from coercion and duress. This iReport will not go into all the details associated with the implementation of Article 58 of the Iraq Constitution but this report will set forth herein that all the conditions have been met for the Iraqi people to be compensated as their constitution so dictates but it is world politics which are holding this process up. So the point of this report is to inform the people of Iraq and the world who have invested money towards the rebuilding of Iraq in buying their currency that the issues of personal gain from world politicians are now the cause for the continued suffering of the Iraqi people and those individuals who have invested time and money to support the rebuilding of Iraq during their restructuring. The Iraq government has set aside Billions of Iraqi Dinar to compensate its citizens for the hardships incurred of previous governments. The Head of the Kirkuk branch of the Article 140 Implementation Committee says the compensation cheques will be distributed next week. Kakarash Sidiq said, “The compensation cheques were to be distributed when the budget was approved, but due to some problems it was postponed until next week.” Why is it important we know this? It is important for all of us to know that the Iraqi people are suffering still and will continue to suffer until the politicians around the world finish their personal agendas to further their individual wealth by claiming ownership to Iraqi Dinars through various means from other individuals and governments who have rightful ownership. Furthermore, it is important as United States people to understand that our government owns several Trillions Iraq Dinars. In fact, it has been confirmed through independent third parties conversations with US Congressman that the United States Treasury holds more than three (3) Trillion Iraq Dinars. The International Monetary Fund as well as world governments announced some time ago that with the release of the new world banking regulations – BASIL III – that world currencies would go through a shift in value. In fact, almost 200 nations have approved this process. This process of revaluation has been approved now for a couple of months and it is in the political positioning of individuals which has held the implementation of this revaluation to take place. Besides the issue of not allowing the Iraqi people to receive the personal wealth owed to them we should look at the intended purpose of the Trillions of Dinar which the United States government owns. What are these to be used for? As United States citizens whose tax dollars were used to pay for this war it would be more than appropriate that the United States citizens require the use of the conversion of these Iraqi Dinars to pay for the US Debt associated with the Iraqi Wars and the balance of which be returned to the United States citizens who sacrificed their hard earned money to pay for this in the form of a tax dividend.
  20. As pointed out the names in this article are either fictitious or names from yrs gone by, this article isn't legit
  21. And al-jolson is a white actor from the 50's who portrayed a black guy
  22. HMMMMMMM interesting that when "wife in the know" first came out I believe in Jan, she said she wasn't on any boards, and that she really didn't follow the rooms, Yet more and more she sounds a lot like Stevel. Sounds like a split personality to me. Enough is enough People just watch the news and forget about these jackwagons who say they know this and that. When this is done it will be interesting to see how many people will be mad because they followed these gurus believing everyday its done, then when they got tired of BS they sold their dinar. Study, Study Study, because you are the only one who will look out and take care of yourself DK
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