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  1. There is a reason... We don’t want them to have nuclear weapons, and maybe now the world better understands why we do not want them to own the Middle East, much less have an a bunch of nukes ready to go. They seem very very determined to complete their agenda, to the point of no real compromise...
  2. “Iran's Revolutionary Guard has hundreds of thousands of members and oversees the country’s ballistic missiles and nuclear programs.” I guess the cat is out of the bag now! The world will see that indeed Iran is Not the peaceful loving nation they claim to be and indeed are sitting a arsenal including nukes ready for war! Obviously they prefer to pretend they are a peaceful loving nation, all the while working and greasing their “War Machine furiously. They will not be deterred either as their pride and arrogance spoke out viciously by placing an idiot in charge of their army’s... That I predict will not be in their favor. The army they have built is built to work quietly undercover, hidden even. They do not want war outright, they only want to control and manipulate their way into ownership of the Middle East. It is the last desperate attempt for the Mullahs to continue their assault on the Middle East. The armies of Iran are also created to control their own people obviously, or else the people would have already stepped up to over throw the Mullahs... ... IMHO
  3. I suspect this whole session of finger pointing and rebel rousing is the final round to get all the blocks to decide something quick, or Mahdi will be booted. Merely another, and hopefully final round of "Hey! how about these guys?" Mahdi : "NO". Hey how about these guys?" Mahdi: "NO". What about these guys Mahdi?" " No! My choices for my ministry or I quit...." YADA YADA YADA. He's not going to quit, or he already would have...... They all love the power and the money too much!
  4. I agree with you NYK, but we ain't dealing with highly motivated individuals over there. This is a country that has a very large river running through it (which would be more dam building for them. (hopefully unlike the Mosul dam)....Yet they are still buying electricity from Iran.... Not exactly bright and focused over achievers.
  5. I'm confused... I thought Fouad Hussein was booted out a month ago because of his involvment with corruption...
  6. Once the auctions are closed, no more USD for Iran... hence the foot dragging. Most likely compliments of Maliki. I’m amazed the people of Iraq haven’t buried him up to his head and then engaged in some good old fashioned stoning, sending that little ho to stand and truly be judged, once and for all. 😡
  7. Well, on that note, I’m calling it a night all! Have a good evening!
  8. 6ly posted that pic without saying where it came from. Thought he was arguing it was An old bill from 1992. Mine isn’t... and it is identical... cept for the red on it.
  9. That 1000 dinar note is identical to the 1000 dinar note I am holding in my hand right now, and this one is crisp and new as they come... Now I am for sure certain! 😁
  10. Oh yeah... and did anyone mention the colors being totally different, and I agree also the shape with the circles in it are different too Floridian. That doesn't like like the one from 1992....It doesn't have a picture of Hussein on it either... I am confused for sure now... "In 1991, 50 dinars were introduced and 100 dinars reintroduced, followed in 1995 by 250 dinar notes and 10,000 dinars notes in 2002. Banknotes that were issued between 1990 and October 2003, along with a 25-dinar note issued in 1986, bear an idealized engraving of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein."
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