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  1. Every single politician in the Iraqi news over there today is a friggon piece of Shite. Not even sure why all of the Shits don’t just move over to a Iran if the love that noise over there so much..... 😡
  2. I would be happy if the currency auctions were finally closed once and for all. As long as that continues, it is a simple tell tell sign that the corruption is operating at a normal pace and nothing has changed in Iraq...
  3. “Jafar said that "the political blocs are currently busy arranging their affairs after the blatant American attack, and they will not think about forming agovernment." “ I think what Jafar really meant to say was “After the blatant assumption of Iran that they would do the interviews and decide who the next Prime Minister of Iraq would be..... 😐 I have always wondered if Iran was also behind ISIS. Once ISIS hit the field, Iran was all over Iraq... Oh but wait! Iran had already moved their armies into Iraq. If I remember right, it was even before the Kurds had voted to separate from Baghdad. Maliki was in charge and all of the sudden Iraqis were extremely concerned over the build up of Iranian troops in Iraq. Even the Iraqi Parliament were demanding they leave Iraq immediately. Iraq was crapping in their britches over the obvious build up
  4. Seems to me the protestors of Iran and the protestors of Iraq might as well join forces and just have all of them first take the Mullahs out... then voice over to Bsghdad to finish the clean up over there. They won’t get rid of all of the corruption, but will put a pretty big dent in the majority of it. First of all, just to make a statement, go for Maliki. Just let his little interfering body mysteriously disappear never to be heard from again. Take all out all the Mullahs like that. One at time, starting with the head of bunch in Tehran!
  5. Wowzers! I guess Maliki’s Fake News Network is working over time for the Mullahs these days! May this mess soon get resolved with Iran (once and for all), and we ALL live happily ever after!!! May Jan 2020 be our time, the moment we have all been waiting for, HAPPY NEW YEAR to all DVers near and far!!!
  6. As long as Iran is running the show in Iraq, the Iraqi currency auctions will never stop. At the risk of sounding spiteful and retaliatory.... I’m thinking snipers bullets landing in the commanding Quds Force heads would be a welcome event for all concerned. All of their meetings with Iraqi officials are always conducted through the back door. No wonder Iraqis hate that disease called Iranian militia.... Granted, what’s good enough for the Iraqi protestors is good enough for Quds Force leadership!
  7. Same here 64. I have been trying to renew my subscription, also with no luck....
  8. Wish he would surprise everyone and pull the plug on the Auctions right before he hands over his gavel....... 😐
  9. Mohammed Aliraqi Joe Ali Thanks for asking but I really can't recommend one. Because I don't know about his possible intentions and will he be sincere with you (especially that you're living in another country). But in all cases, the law firm should be a big one because it will be fighting with influential authorities/parties. I suggest that you contact the Iraqi victims of Warkaa on their Arabic Facebook page and discuss the issue of filing a joint lawsuit by the Iraqi and foreign victims. The law firm's fee should be a percentage of what the victims will receive as a result of this lawsuit (don't forget adding the interest rates of the deposits). Hide or report this Author Iraq's Warka Bank Victims Joe Ali , I have learned that starting a court case will lock up ones account,not that it’s not locked already. What I understand is that Iraqi court has blamed the ICB for this mess and no one can expect to win much going against the government of Iraq in Iraq. However an international law firm can get quit far against them including encumbering the banks assets in the country of the plaintiff. A US court case against them is ideal. Also, depositors are generally not the one paying the legal fees, they get paid by the loser of the case if the case is won. The US being the money center it is has lots of money roots for Iraq, disturbing those roots is an effective force. The question is, is there enough money for such expensive law firm to bother with us and across continents? All friends of this page should check their connections for reaching out and help approach a law firm we can count on. Hide or report Mohammed Aliraqi Iraq's Warka Bank Victims Sometimes lawsuits are based on that the plaintiff doesn't pay anything to the law firm, but the plaintiffs agree with the law firm that the law firm will receive a certain percentage of the plaintiffs' deposits IF the plaintiffs receive them.
  10. Same here.I have been trying for months to get my password, with no luck. And yes, have even tried sending the email request for a new password during their work hours. So far I have received no response from anyone at Warka, and I have emailed them all several times now. I guess the CBI is not working with them at all any more. 😡
  11. The one thing Trump has always supported is the American way of life, created thoughtfully by our American forefathers. I won't sit here and tell you Trump has never made a mistake or stuck his foot in his mouth, but I will say this much... " Promises made. Promises kept!" The man has my vote for 2020!!!
  12. I'm with you and Trump on this one dinarham. Nixon did us no favors when he turned the USD into a bunch of Fiat money!
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