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fnbplanet last won the day on March 3 2012

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  1. MAYBE, they've finally realized that having secure, prosperous Iraq as a stable buffer zone, is a good idea. MAYBE they will support Iraq in becoming a serious member of the Arab world, instead of just a playground for the worst elements of their biases against each other. With all of this "stability" going around, MAYBE the powers-that-be will push Iraq into getting their act together and pump up their international participation ( RI/RV ). (please also note from the pictures in the articles above: the guy from Kuwait actually has TWO eyebrows )
  2. Saudi Arabia has EVERYTHING to gain in getting the U.S. and everyone else riled up at Iran. Those two countries haaaaaaaaaate each other. Their proxy war in the Sudan is ample evidence.
  3. "On March 11, 2019, the Saudi news outlet Alarabiya.net, which is known for its anti-Iran views, published a report that...." Anyone consider that this is just some Saudi propaganda hogwash? Go on, tell me you haven't seen outright lies in their articles. Go on. We always need to first consider the source before we accept info as gospel truth. This info could be true. Maybe not at all. Just sayin'.....
  4. OOOH. That's gotta smart when this article hits Iraqi news media. Nobody in Iraq had the guts to say that out loud. Well, it's out there now.
  5. How the heck do you blame another freakin' country for sectarianism in your own country? Is he saying that the Jews are responsible for the Kurds, Sunnis and Shiites living in the same country and competing to see who the best thieves are? Poppycock. ( my "word of the day" )
  6. Iran and Iraq have recently announced that they will be trading with each other in their own currencies. Now, Iran wants to drop four zeroes, at a time that Iraq is ever nearer to their goal of dropping three of them. Just wondering........if maybe they were thinking of doing all of this "dropping of zeroes" simultaneously. Hmm.
  7. It wouldn't fix everything in Parliament, but if all votes were secret, and the party bosses/whips couldn't find out how members voted, they might get more done. IMO
  8. I'm not so sure putting Iraqi Dinars in the hands of Iran is such a good thing. Wouldn't the USA, knowing that Iran has been accumulating dinar, then be reluctant to facilitate a value increase in the dinar, thus benefiting Iran?
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