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  1. And viral all over the web. SR
  2. Ya I remember reading something about that some time ago. But I think it was a one off thing. I can't see them deleting 1 zero at a time off the notes I think that would be to confusing. But hey this is Qari we are talking about and they do a lot of things bassakwards. SR
  3. Show me the articles that say that. Of all the articles I have read it just says delete the zeros. DELETE THE ZEROS FROM WHAT????????. There has not been any article that states between the notes or the rate. When they are referring to deleting the zeros they are referring to getting the 3 zero notes off the streets and out of the mattresses. So when they do change the rate those hoarding millions of $25K notes will not be instant millionaires. Although in my mind they should keep what they get after all they have been through. So I'll go back to my previous example to refresh your unproven theory. You have a $25,000 iraqi dinar that at the present is worth $21.50. Now you delete the zeros off the note and don't change the rate. Now you have a $25 iraqi dinar at .00086 exchange rate. That note is worth $0.22. If you have a $25 iraqi dinar and they change the exchange rate to 1:1 then you have $25 american dollars. THAT IS A LOP. There will be no difference in the exchange rate inside or outside of Iraq. Now what we want and what is predicted to happen is this. They remove the 3 zeros off the exchange rate from .00086 to .86 or for simpler terms have a 1:1 ratio. Which would make the $25K dinar worth $25k dollars. This would be the exact same exchange rate across the board both inside and outside of Iraq. There will not be a different exchange rate. Now I pose the question to you. What would you rather have a $25k iraqi dinar worth $25k american dollars or a $25k iraqi dinar with $25 american dollars????? No so called "guru" knows anything that is going to happen anymore than anyone else. From all of your posts, and I have read a lot of them, you are trying to prove a theory from a "guru". And therein lies your issue is that you are listening and reading on bubkus information. "Their" interpretation. Did I pretty much sum that up correctly @Botzwana SR
  4. We don't know that. As this investment is alllll speculation for what will and will not happen. Until the CBI and GOI says anything we can just guess at what can/might happen. Trying to decipher the scribble to English is not a simple task. Everyone here does there best to interpret what is being said in scribble but it still gets lost in translation. SR
  5. SupraRacer

    Iraq pays money to Arab League

    Thanks Buti. Now tell that to Iran who is causing all the problems now. SR
  6. Ya I would like to be a fly on the Pentagon wall about now. I'm betting the drones are watching everything that is going on over there right now. They know who is doing what, when, how and where. We already know how dumb the Iranians are lets just see if they are REALLY that dumb to keep pissing off Trump and Mattis. SR
  7. This is the definition of a LOP. Just because you typed it out in green doesn't make it any less obvious. This is not what we want. We want the zeros off of the rate not the notes. Look at it this way. Say the RV comes out at 1 dinar equals 1 dollar. If you have a 25K note at that rate how much is that?? $25,000. Now if you take the zeros off the note and its a 25 dinar note how much do you have. $25. So would you rather have $25,000 for one note after all of this is done or $25 for one note after this is done. I for one will take the $25,000 all day long and twice on Sunday. I try not to comment on your post but I do agree with @Botzwana on this. SR
  8. SupraRacer

    Announcement of the largest bloc

    Go ahead Sadr you can say it we all already know who it is. Come on say it. SSSSaayyyyyyy ittttttttttttttttt. Ok Ok it's Malarky. Now go wipe your nose. SR
  9. So true. Except forget prosecuting him just flat out hang him. SR
  10. SupraRacer

    Guru TANK: Dire Warnings...USD Collapse.

    Just another way for the Feds to control the flow of monies around the world probably. Not sure. But it would cost a ton of money, pun intended, even build the technical infrastructure in order for the Feds to even consider this. And just where would they get that ton of money?? Just print it of course. SR
  11. SupraRacer

    Guru TANK: Dire Warnings...USD Collapse.

    A key argument for Fedcoin is the perceived need to stabilize a cryptocurrency by pegging it to traditionally-issued money. The pegging would not necessarily be voluntary. Motamedi explains, “just like what happened with paper currencies, central banks will eventually step in to create their own crypto-currency protocols and forbid the use of any others. For simplicity, let’s call the central bank crypto-currency protocol BitDollar. Of course, these BitDollars would always be redeemable in regular dollars by the central bank, at least at first.” Koning is more blunt. “Now is the time for the rebels to figure out how to create a stable-price version of bitcoin, before Darth Vader does it himself. Otherwise they may someday find themselves closing down their bitcoin startups in order to write code for the Empire.” The Why Of It According to Casey Doug Casey addresses America’s central banking system but the circumstances favoring a U.S. Fedcoin are mirrored throughout the Western world. He doesn’t buy the stability theory. The U.S. government is bankrupt with liabilities far exceeding assets. Casey explains, The greenback is semi-stabilized by being “the world’s money” but its privileged status is being shaken by nations such as China and Russia who aggressively seek alternative mediums for global commerce. Casey believes that yesterday’s monetary controls – quantitative easing and interest rates at near zero or below – cannot sustain a bankrupt dollar with waning global relevance. Yesterday’s methods are “going to come to an end….What can they [the feds] do?” What the feds can do is cryptocurrency; Fedcoin is what’s coming to a start. And, according to Casey, the primary benefit to government would be a centralization of supply and a transparency of demand (or transactions), which could centralize control of the economy to an unprecedented extent. Why would people use the cryptocurrency? Fedcoin would almost certainly emerge as a parallel currency which would be adopted due to government requirements for its use in paying taxes or accessing entitlements such as Social Security. Increasingly, however, Fedcoin would become a tool to push toward a cashless society because physical money provides a privacy that prevents government control. Casey observes that the feds, Fedcoin would give the government God-like ability to track wealth. The justification will be to prevent criminal activities such as drug dealing and money laundering. Will the U.S. create a Fedcoin? Counter-arguments can be easily made; for example, most black or gray market activities are peaceful and not properly criminal. But Casey focuses on the harm inflicted on the prosperity and freedom of average people. “[P]eople that are dealing in what’s called the underground economy are actually providing useful goods and services,” he observes. “f the government extracts its 30 or 40 percent in taxes, which they will be able to do now with Fedcoin, [that] is going to hurt the economy, not help it. It will help the U.S. government, but that’s different from the economy in America.” The government would grow richer. It would also become a more powerful engine of social control. In terms of privacy, Fedcoin could become the anti-cash. “If I’ve got a $100 bill in my wallet or a bunch of 10s and 20s,” Casey explains, “I can spend them on anything I want with anybody I want and nobody knows. With blockchain….[the feds] know exactly who’s getting the money and what it’s being spent for. It can be programmed [perhaps through a mechanism simiar to smart contracts] so that certain transactions can’t take place….So you are pretty well blocked in.” Fat people could be prevented from buying sugar; gun owners could be cut off from ammunition; teenagers could be banned from buying beer, cigarettes or video games. The possibilities seem almost infinite. In doing so, Fedcoin would merely extend existing policies under food stamp programs that prohibit spending on alcohol, casinos or strip clubs. The efficiency would be so much greater, however, that the difference of degree would become one of kind. The government could “prohibit anything without even passing a law….If your Fedcoin smartphone or chip isn’t programmed to let you buy that, how are you going to get it?” Politically controversial items, like a gun registry, could become irrelevant. One of Casey’s dystopian predictions seems doubtful to me, however. It is the idea that many or most Americans would embrace being physically “chipped.” But, then, I may simply have more confidence in average people when it comes to recognizing their own self-interest. The Shadow Of Solution? Casey likens the potential currency revolution to the Industrial Revolution. The technologies developed then gave unprecedented freedom and literally ‘life’ to the common man; the human life-span and population increased dramatically. Bitcoin and blockchain are equally liberating to the individual but revolutionary technologies also challenge the status quo. And, so, entrenched powers attempt to co-opt their use. Whether governments will succeed is not clear; they may be thwarted by their own incompetence or by the intrinsic decentralization of cryptocurrencies. It seems clear, however, that governments will make the attempt. And when they do, the best response is a better technology that sprints forward and leaves those who wish to ‘tame’ it coughing on its dust. Those on the cutting edge of technology are today’s freedom fighters. What do you think about the U.S. government creating a ‘Fedcoin’? Let us know in the comments below. Is this like the $1Trilion coins odummer wanted to mint to settle the deficit??? SR
  12. My question is why haven't we heard much from the US about this. Are we waiting for a particular trigger to do anything?? The additional 100 marines will only go so far. Is Sadr not willing to ask for any help and as stated blame this all on Abadi?? How far will Malarky and Iran go in order to not lose complete control in Iraq?? Yes the questions can go on and on. Hey Pitcher I really do think it is that easy. All Abadi needs to do is pick up the phone and call The Don and say "Don we go a problem will you come give us a hand to get these Iranian miscreants out of our country like you did with ISIS? Oh and while your at it bring your best sniper to take out Malarky??" As I said before the people are pissed at Iran and want them gone out of there country. There is no need for any country to have so much political influence inside another country through the political process by having them elected to the government. Could you imagine if Mexico or Canada infiltrated the US government this way? Just my SR
  13. True Pitcher. I would hate to see Abadi be bullied out after he put so much work into bringing Iraq back from ISIS and all the other progress he made. As the liberals say never let a crisis go to waste. So again we wait and see what happens next. SR
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