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  1. BALLAD OF UKRAINE G C G C7-3rd C7 TURN AROUND D G UKRAINE WILL NEVER BACK DOWN IT WILL ALWAYS BE FREE C UKRAINE WILL STAND HER GROUND FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEEG G FOR THE WORLD TO C7 – 3RDSEE C7 FOR THE WORLD TO SEE G TURN AROUND D PUTIN HAS BLOOD ON HIS HANDS SO DOES HIS TROOPS PUTIN HAS BLOOD ON HIS HANDS FROM WOMAN AND CHILDREN TOO FOR THE WORLD TO SEE FOR THE WORLD TO SEE THE LITTLE COUNTRY TOLD THE TRUTH ACROSS THE MIGHTY SEAS THE LITTLE COUNTRY TOLD THE TRUTH FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE FOR THE WORLD TO SEE FOR THE WORLD TO SEE UKRAINE STANDS FOR FREEDOM, STANDS FOR HOPE UKRAINE STANDS FOR MANKIND NOT A MADMANS ROPE FOR THE WORLD TO SEE FOR THE WORLD TO SEE PUTIN HAS BLOOD ON HIS HANDS, HE’S CROSSED THE LINE PUTIN HAS BLOOD ON HIS HANDS, HE’S LOST HIS MIND THE DEVIL’S HIS FRIEND HELLS HIS END UKRAINE WILL NEVER BACK DOWN IT WILL ALWAYS BE FREE UKRANE WILL STAND HER GROUND FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE FOR THE WORLD TO SEE FOR THE WORLD TO SEE © 2022 George Hayduke
  2. I don't even know what to say. Oh well, I'll blurt it out anyway. You'd think that after 10 plus years us old farts with close to 4000 posts each would have been gran-fathered/gran-mothered into a golden years badge instead of 'Rookie'. Being called a rookie on this state of the art site is the same as some upstart at best buy addressing me as Pops. I'm disappointed and I don't like it. Iraqi Dinar 1459124.7460
  3. IMF Executive Board Reviews Iraq Misreporting, Remedial Steps March 4, 2021 Washington, DC: The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reviewed a non-complying purchase by Iraq of SDR 584.2 million following the completion of the second review under the 36-month Stand-By Arrangement (SBA) on August 1, 2017. The SBA was approved on July 6, 2016 for a total amount of SDR 3.831 billion (230 percent of quota) and expired on July 7, 2019. At the time of the second program review under the SBA, the authorities requested a waiver of applicability for end-June 2017 performance criteria (PCs) on public debt and the non-oil primary balance, information on which was not available. The waiver of applicability was granted on the condition that the information provided on Iraq’s performance under these criteria at end-December 2016 was accurate. The non-complying disbursement arose as a result of nonobservance of the condition of accuracy for the waivers of applicability of the PCs on public debt and the non-oil primary balance granted by the IMF Executive Board at the time of the second review under the SBA. After the completion of the second review, it was revealed that the end-2016 government-guaranteed debt was under-reported by 1.3 percent of GDP while the non-oil primary fiscal balance was over-reported by 0.1 percent of GDP. The authorities have closely collaborated with IMF staff to remedy the situation and strengthen their control of government guarantees. Specifically, they undertook a detailed exercise to verify the end-2016 stock of government guarantees certified by a decision of the Council of Ministers. In 2019, the authorities enacted a new Public Financial Management (PFM) law, which requires all government guarantees to be approved by Parliament as part of the annual budget process. Furthermore, Iraq’s Council of Ministers approved a sound regulatory framework for vetting and issuance of government guarantees which, among other things, envisages establishing a database of government guarantees and reconstituting a Guarantee Committee as the primary body responsible for vetting government guarantees. The complexity of these measures and the political events in Iraq explain the time required to bring this case to a conclusion. In view of the authorities’ corrective measures, the Executive Board granted waivers of nonobservance of the condition of accuracy of the information reported on the end-2016 PCs on public debt and the non-oil primary balance. The Executive Board also found that the inaccurate reporting on the observance of the end-2016 PCs gave rise to Iraq’s breach of its obligations under Article VIII, Section 5, of the IMF’s Articles of Agreement, which requires member countries to furnish such information as the Fund deems necessary for its activities, including information that is necessary to assess observance of PCs. In view of the corrective measures implemented by Iraq, the Executive Board decided not to require any further remedial action in connection with the breach of obligations under Article VIII, Section 5.
  4. Iraq : Technical Assistance Report-Guarantees and Extra Budgetary Funds Management Author/Editor: International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept. Publication Date: February 5, 2021 Electronic Access: Free Download. Use the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this PDF file Summary: Iraq is substantially exposed to fiscal risks related to guarantees issued by the State, with a stock of guarantees related to foreign currency service payments and debt of USD 21.7 billion at end-June 2017 and a stock of domestic guarantees that remains to be fully assessed. In 2017, the Council of Ministers approved a set of procedures to tighten controls on the approval of State guarantees. Nevertheless, misreporting cases highlight the need to further strengthen capacities and institutional arrangements to effectively identify and monitor the fiscal implications of guarantees, including in the context of EBFs’ operations. Series: Country Report No. 2021/032 Full report 38 page report
  5. With the recent talk about establishing truth commissions, also known as a truth and reconciliation commissions or truth and justice commissions if Biden/Harris were to win, one would be wise to read The Gulag Archipelago by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
  6. Apples and Oranges. There is no such thing as a Constitutional Christian, nor is there such a thing as a Spiritual Constitutionalist. Those are just labels used by the same type of people on both sides intending to cast aspersions while building a false foundation of 'Rightness.' They should look in the mirror. One is either in Christ or not. A Christian is a redeemed soul walking through sanctification toward glory. Persons with good religious intentions to make the world a better place through politics miss the point. While the world does benefit from God's Grace and Mercy, it is an error to think that man alone and separated from the Holy Spirit's power can accomplish anything other than idolatry and pride. I want my country to be morally stable, but do I need to develop or become party to a group of so-called well-intentioned religious politicians or social warriors? No, I just need to pray.
  7. "Does hate have a place in my life?" Yes. "Ye that love the Lord, hate evil: he preserveth the souls of his saints; he delivereth them out of the hand of the wicked." Psalm 97:10-12 KJV "Do I harbor any feelings of hatred toward myself or anyone else?" No and yes, I love my neighbor as myself but I hate men who love evil. So, President Trump is a hateful, hurtful, egotist with deep dark issues. Well, it is truly terrible isn't it? Personally I don't see it but I'm willing to review the charges laid against him if only the parrots would quit shrieking and pony up some tangible evidence. Sorry Shab's I know you were quoting Huffy.
  8. Iraq releases thousands of prisoners to curb corona-virus spread More than 16,000 prisoners have been released early as part of measures to stop the spread of the the novel corona-virus pandemic, Iraq's High Judicial Council announced. More than 16,000 prisoners have been released from Iraq's prisons since the early spread of the novel corona-virus (COVID-19) pandemic, the High Judicial Council said Thursday (April 16th). In another measure to curb the deadly virus, the Ministry of Justice has submitted to the Iraqi Cabinet's Secretariat a list of 1,007 convicts to whom it has issued a special pardon, including 57 juveniles. https://diyaruna.com/en_GB/articles/cnmi_di/features/2020/04/17/feature-02
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