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  1. Not so fast on that $100 a barrel!! And I will add that I think Breitling makes a good point when he says that lower oil prices should force Iraq to RV sooner. The reason being that they need to make up the shortfall and the easiest way to do that is to add value to their currency. So at least for me, I like seeing low oil prices. Donald J. Trump ✔@realDonaldTrump Based on the attack on Saudi Arabia, which may have an impact on oil prices, I have authorized the release of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, if needed, in a to-be-determined amount.... ....sufficient to keep the markets well-supplied. I have also informed all appropriate agencies to expedite approvals of the oil pipelines currently in the permitting process in Texas and various other States. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1173354644636127232
  2. Agreed!!! Who cares where those funds came from? All I know (assuming/hoping) is I’m sure that, that is enough for a healthy RV/RI!!!! Actually, I think it does matter where the funds come from because because if the money came from Africa, then it doesn't have anything to do with Iraq or with Maliki. It appears that the Dubai police were wrong when they initially stated this money was from Iraq and was on Maliki's plan. Shortly after they said that, they issued a retraction and said it came from Africa. But, jg1, I also hope Maliki has to answer for all the crooked and horrible things he's done.
  3. just to point out...... this is the Rumors section. I think what happened is that the Dubai police initially reported the money was from Maliki's private jet, but then later retracted that. I searched and found this article that explains it. Personally, I believe this is probably true. After the indictment of Nuri al-Maliki .. UAE detonates a surprise for the return of the “dollar fund” September 11, 2019 Walter Reports and analysis of the Dubai Police Dollar Fund 2019/09/11 13:48:22 Dubai police in the UAE on Wednesday issued an official statement on the rolling video of billions of dollars in aircraft. Colonel Faisal Issa al-Qasim, director of the Dubai Police’s Security Media Department, said the funds were not for any Arab official as he had promoted, but for an African gang that tried to defraud the person in the video. “The African gang tried to defraud the person by identifying them through social media, and then communicated with them and tempted them to double their money, luring him to an apartment containing counterfeit dollar boxes, and then filmed him in an attempt to blackmail him and give them money, then hurried To inform the General Department of Criminal Investigation and Investigation which in turn has taken the necessary measures to arrest them. ” Colonel al-Qasim said that “the person would have fallen victim to the gang without his awareness and the speed of notification to the General Directorate of Investigations and Criminal Investigations, which in turn hastened to uncover the truth.” Maliki and Gaddafi accusations The whirlwind of “billions of funds” began when the Lebanese media, Maria Maalouf, published a video to seize funds filled with “billions” of dollars, by the UAE authorities. “Security authorities at Dubai airport seize a shipment of funds full of dollars stolen from the Iraqi treasury,” Maalouf said. “The shipment is estimated at hundreds of billions of dollars aboard a private Iraqi plane, belonging to Nuri al-Maliki, which he intended to smuggle to a European state.” “These funds are equivalent to the budget of 10 Arab countries for five years,” she said. But the leader of the State of Law coalition and former Iraqi Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki, spoke about his relationship to a video of “boxes filled with billions of dollars.” Maliki’s bureau chief, Hisham al-Rikabi, said in a tweet that there was no link between the former prime minister and the “billions of funds.” “Your lies will not fool anyone anymore. I think this passage is old, and the owners have nothing to do with it,” Rikabi said. “According to the information, these funds are Libyan smuggled, belonging to the era of the Gaddafi regime.” The video returned to another case of controversy, after linking the director of al-Maliki’s office that video to the late Libyan Colonel, Muammar Gaddafi, before issuing a statement Dubai police.
  4. Going back to June when I started following the first Go Iraq thread, it was focussing on a youtuber whose initials were DI. He was calling for the RV in July and then near the end of July he back peddled and started saying late September. He fell out of favor with many people here, but, I always though he seemed more credible than most of he gurus, so I enjoy reading his updates on the guru sites (he goes by Jeff). Anyway.... this is from yesterday. Now that we're almost midway through September, and with the Minister of Education about to be approved, plus the good news about the HCL agreement being finalized (or very close to that), perhaps it's a good time to revisit good ol' DI, Jeff. 9-11-2019 Newshound Guru Jeff ...clear back in July....I said IMO our next window for the possibility of the rate changing would be over the weekend of September 21st/22nd. As you see all the factual information is walking you up to that point..most of the other gurus are just now catching up with us...we're looking amazing...In my opinion I think we have about another week and a half left in this...
  5. Maybe I’m missing something but even if it is Gadaffis money, why is it on a plane owned by Maliki. Why is he in possession of it???? The article below explains it pretty well. I searched for more info since bkeiller's original link doesn't work anymore. I also found another site that reported on the African scam, so I think that's probably the true story and this money isn't from Maliki's plane. I can't post a link for this because it's from a dinar site but if you do a search for: billions of dollars seized at Dubai airport September 2019 - you'll be able to find several good information sites about this. After the indictment of Nuri al-Maliki .. UAE detonates a surprise for the return of the “dollar fund” September 11, 2019 Walter Reports and analysis of the Dubai Police Dollar Fund 2019/09/11 13:48:22 Dubai police in the UAE on Wednesday issued an official statement on the rolling video of billions of dollars in aircraft. Colonel Faisal Issa al-Qasim, director of the Dubai Police’s Security Media Department, said the funds were not for any Arab official as he had promoted, but for an African gang that tried to defraud the person in the video. “The African gang tried to defraud the person by identifying them through social media, and then communicated with them and tempted them to double their money, luring him to an apartment containing counterfeit dollar boxes, and then filmed him in an attempt to blackmail him and give them money, then hurried To inform the General Department of Criminal Investigation and Investigation which in turn has taken the necessary measures to arrest them. ” Colonel al-Qasim said that “the person would have fallen victim to the gang without his awareness and the speed of notification to the General Directorate of Investigations and Criminal Investigations, which in turn hastened to uncover the truth.” Maliki and Gaddafi accusations The whirlwind of “billions of funds” began when the Lebanese media, Maria Maalouf, published a video to seize funds filled with “billions” of dollars, by the UAE authorities. “Security authorities at Dubai airport seize a shipment of funds full of dollars stolen from the Iraqi treasury,” Maalouf said. “The shipment is estimated at hundreds of billions of dollars aboard a private Iraqi plane, belonging to Nuri al-Maliki, which he intended to smuggle to a European state.” “These funds are equivalent to the budget of 10 Arab countries for five years,” she said. But the leader of the State of Law coalition and former Iraqi Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki, spoke about his relationship to a video of “boxes filled with billions of dollars.” Maliki’s bureau chief, Hisham al-Rikabi, said in a tweet that there was no link between the former prime minister and the “billions of funds.” “Your lies will not fool anyone anymore. I think this passage is old, and the owners have nothing to do with it,” Rikabi said. “According to the information, these funds are Libyan smuggled, belonging to the era of the Gaddafi regime.” The video returned to another case of controversy, after linking the director of al-Maliki’s office that video to the late Libyan Colonel, Muammar Gaddafi, before issuing a statement Dubai police.
  6. I believe Iraq truly plans to RV. They've been saying that for years and they've repeatedly shared their targets of first $1 and the $3+. And since in the past year, they've been super productive and are accomplishing so many things that are important for the RV, it makes me think they plan to do it fairly soon. But, as cjdavid said, it still may not happen. Sometimes plans just don't come to fruition, even with the best of intentions. And to me, the biggest threat is Iraq itself. I've come to believe that in Middle East culture, bickering and egos play a much bigger part than they do in Western culture. So I think it's possible that the various factions within the government may not be able to get out of their own way and complete this common, much needed goal. But I still think the chances are much higher that the RV will get done than that it won't. And hopefully in the near future, for everyone's sake!
  7. GREAT NEWS!!!! I just got some clarification about having to use "so and so". Actually, Navira, it seems you ARE allowed to use that guru's initials after all. Of course, now I forget what those initials are..... but anyway, here's my suggestion. As I recall, so and so guru had been saying July, but then bumped it to September and we pretty much stopped following him. But now that we're approaching September, I think it'd be great if you - or anyone - would start bringing over the pertinent parts of what he/she is saying these days. I do love me some hopium - and I know most others here do too! Here is your clarification: DO NOT USE THE NAME. Use of the name constitutes promotion of another dinar site which is against the rules. You can call him/her whatever you wish so long as you do not use the name of his "youtube channel, website, promo's" . Read more THANK YOU!!! So then we can use the guru's initials after all. Apparently, somehow people came to think they were not allowed to do that. But your explanation makes it clear that it's not a problem. And what you said makes total sense, now that I think about. Using the youtuber's full name is pretty much the same as posting a link. While posting 2 intials is not. Again, thank you for explaining this so that we can finally put this issue to rest. I will copy this over to the Go Iraq thread so everyone else can see the answer to this repeatedly asked question.
  8. Here is your clarification: DO NOT USE THE NAME. Use of the name constitutes promotion of another dinar site which is against the rules. You can call him/her whatever you wish so long as you do not use the name of his "youtube channel, website, promo's" . THANK YOU!!! So then we can use the guru's initials after all. Apparently, somehow people came to think they were not allowed to do that. But your explanation makes it clear that it's not a problem. And what you said makes total sense, now that I think about. Using the youtuber's full name is pretty much the same as posting a link. While posting 2 intials is not. Again, thank you for explaining this so that we can finally put this issue to rest. I will copy this over to the Go Iraq thread so everyone else can see the answer to this repeatedly asked question.
  9. You miss the part on so an so link that was removed. Oh, so then I guess that at one point, someone did actually post a link to "so and so"s site, is that correct? If so, then probably that link was removed before I got to see it and that explains why things changed all of the sudden. But I still would like to know why we are no longer allowed to mention that guru's initials (not even his name/handle). Seems like when links to other guru sites have been removed, we're still allowed to say his name/handIe. This is what I'm asking for clarificaiton on (and why I started this thread): WHY DO WE HAVE TO SAY "SO AND SO" NOW INSTEAD OF THAT GURU'S NAME OR EVEN JUST HIS INITIALS? I sent you the info... So I will assume that TGs request for this has been handled then. Please let me know if you need anything else from me. Otherwise, I'll wait for the clarification about having to use "so and so" now. btw, other members are confused about this as well, along with new readers of the thread who also ask about it.
  10. Thank you everyone for clarifying about my personal link. I get it - that subject is closed and I won't bring it up again. And I'm sorry this turned into such a big deal. But, if it's not too much to ask, could someone please address my initial question? I actually started this post to get clarification on two things (my personal link was only a secondary concern). Yoda immediately clarified the first one, but no one has addressed the second one yet. Other members are also wondering about this as well. Thank you! Posted yesterday at 02:33 PM (edited) That's what I thought, but how come in the "Go Iraq" threads in the Rumors section, after Navira had been posting only the initials of one specific dinar guru - without a link - for quite a while, she suddenly had to stop even using his initials and now we have to refer to him only as "so and so". New readers continue to ask who it is, in fact that happened again just yesterday.
  11. That's what I thought, but how come in the "Go Iraq" threads in the Rumors section, after Navira had been posting only the initials of one specific dinar guru - without a link - for quite a while, she suddenly had to stop even using his initials and now we have to refer to him only as "so and so". New readers continue to ask who it is, in fact that happened again just yesterday. I totally get it about the affiliate link - but my site was NEVER AN AFFILIATE site - it erroneously had a generic "affiliate disclaimer" statement at the bottom because that statement was standard in the website design template I used to build my website. Once you pointed that out to me, I removed that "affiliate diclaimer" statement, but because you blocked me, I was never able to ask if you to look at my site again to verify it is NOT an affiliate site and that nowhere on my site is anything sold or even recommended, and I don't collect email addresses and I don't even put ads on the site. Don't mean to sound harsh, but If DV allowed you then how many more folks will want the same treatment. Again I don't want to sound harsh, Coming from the Evil Moderator as some have put it, at the end of the day it about DV an promoting DV not another site. But Texas Granny just said you can post non-dinar links in other General Topic sections. Occassionally (not very often) I try to ask people here at DV for prayers and support for a particularly troubled location in the world. I am not tyring to promote my site, I'm only trying to gather some help for people who are in really desperate situations. So I copy and paste the relevant information from my site onto my post here and I then I put the link only because that's what you're supposed to do anytime you copy something from another website. Honestly I doubt there are many - if any - people here at DV who do anything like this, so I really don't think it causes a problem for DV. Before you (admin) thought it was an affiliate site, I had been allowed to post my link quite a few times. Also, I have a buddy who is well liked here who posted about me and put a link to my site and it was allowed (and that was after it was incorrectly tagged as an affiliate site). But the several times I've tried to do that, it's always removed (or hidden from view or whatever). I was just hoping that if the mods all now recognize that my site is Not an affiliate site, that I could be allowed to do that again..... that's all. And it's not like that many people read my posts anyway, especially if they're in the General Topics secion.
  12. Can someone please explain the detailed rules about posting links? I thought you were allowed to post links as long as 1) it's not from another dinar RV site or 2) it's not a pitch to sell something. We have a pretty active hopium thread (Go Iraq 1-6) and someone posted either a link or copy and pasted an article (I can't remember which since the post was removed) by someone saying there is no global currency reset and that the Iraqi dinar in specific, was not going to revalue. The comment was removed not long after it was posted. Also, last month I believe, someone had been sharing comments a dinar guru was saying on his youtube channel but only mentioned the gurus's initials and didn't even post a link. But somehow, now it seems we're only allowed to mention that guru by calling him "so and so". It doesn't seem like the rules are consistently applied since some people regularly copy and paste the names of the gurus along with the transcripts of what they recently said. Also I personally do a not-for-profit site where I ask for people to pray and send positive vibes to a troubled spot in the world each week. I used to post that link (it has no ads and does sell or recommend anything - it's strictly a labor of love to try to help) from time to time. I had originally created the site from a template that included a default, generic disclaimer at the bottom in fine print that discloses that is an affiliate site - even though my site is not an affiliate. I never realized that disclaimer was even there, but several years ago one of the mods told me I was not allowed to post my link anymore because it is for an affiliate site. That's when I found the disclosre so I immediately removed it from my site (because as I said, I don't sell anything, I don't recommend anything and I don't even put ads on that site). But the mod who I was communicating with suddenly blocked me so I couldn't ask her to recheck my sight to verify that in reality, nothing is being sold on it. So, since we're on the subject of posting links, is it possible someone could take a look at my sight (peaceforearthdotcom) to verify that since the sight does NOT sell anything, it's okay for me to occassionally post a link for it? Again, I'm just trying to do a little good in the world and sometimes, when there's a big problem, I like to ask others here if they might want to help out their prayers or positive energies - that's all. Thanks!
  13. Why thank you PP!!! I really respect you and so enjoy reading your posts so having you say that really makes me feel good!! Doesn't matter unless there was a link to the site included. One of my warning points, I should know. Agreed! I also get nailed on this! Here's the dilemma: some links you're allowed to post if they're not RV related. But then other posts, that I don't feel are RV related so I post the link, get removed and once I ended up on probation. I think I'm going to post a question in the Rules section and ask for clarification on this. I mean, I still don't understand why people can't even mention "so and so's" name anymore. Though, hopefully in a month or two, there will be no more of these threads because our hopium dreams will have come true by then!!!!
  14. So it looks like the mods deleted your post (along my reply to it) about the Global Currency Reset from that guy who didn't believe in the dinar. When you talk about posting in VIP, I gather you mean the OSI section because I couldn't find anything from you in the VIP section. I'm not in OSI for my own reasons, but I would still like to read the information you are apparently sharing there. How about putting at least some of it (that is not proprietary to OSI) in the regular VIP section? Or maybe even putting it here because I think other people would be interested in reading it too. Thanks!
  15. WOW!!! Look what I just found about the 2020 Corvette Stingray! It has some really nice upgrades that are surprisingly not that expensive. I figured with the low base price, they would really jack up the prices on the add ons, but they didn't. Of course, since most of them are already sold, if you can find one, it will likely come with a hefty premium. But, good gosh!!! What a gorgeous car!!!! https://www.foxnews.com/auto/how-much-2020-chevrolet-corvette-stingray-will-cost The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray price tag revealed By Gary Gastelu | Fox News Facebook Twitter Flipboard Comments Print Email2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray revealed The eighth-generation Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is the first mid-engine version in the model's history, and promises supercar performance at a bargain basement price of less than $60,000. The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray price tag revealed <script type="text/javascript" src="https://video.foxnews.com/v/embed.js?id=6061634133001&w=466&h=263"></script><noscript>Watch the latest video at <a href="https://www.foxnews.com">foxnews.com</a></noscript> When the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray was revealed in July, GM President Mark Reuss said it would start at “under $60,000.” Well, it does. Just. Chevy announced Thursday that the new mid-engine supercar will have a base price of $59,995 for an 1LT model, including delivery. That’s just $3,000 more than the outgoing front-engine car. THE 2020 CORVETTE STINGRAY HAS A FEATURE THAT LET'S YOU ANNOY EVERYONE The Stingray will be available in three trims that offer increasing levels of equipment, with the 2LT priced at $67,295 and the 3LT $71,945. A Z51 performance package that adds an updated suspension, tires, bodywork and other equipment costs $5,000 and a hydraulic nose-lift to avoid scraping the front of the car on inclines is $1,495. (Chevrolet) The Stingray is powered by a 6.2-liter V8 rated at 490 hp, or 495 hp with an optional performance exhaust. Chevrolet said some versions will have a top speed of 194 mph and others will be able to accelerate to 60 mph in under 3.0 seconds. CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP Of course, good luck finding one at list price when production begins late this year. GM head designer Mike Simcoe recently said that the first year of production is essentially spoken for already, which means that big dealer markups are likely on early cars. When the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray was revealed in July, GM President Mark Reuss said it would start at “under $60,000.” Well, it does. Just. Chevy announced Thursday that the new mid-engine supercar will have a base price of $59,995 for an 1LT model, including delivery. That’s just $3,000 more than the outgoing front-engine car. THE 2020 CORVETTE STINGRAY HAS A FEATURE THAT LET'S YOU ANNOY EVERYONE The Stingray will be available in three trims that offer increasing levels of equipment, with the 2LT priced at $67,295 and the 3LT $71,945. A Z51 performance package that adds an updated suspension, tires, bodywork and other equipment costs $5,000 and a hydraulic nose-lift to avoid scraping the front of the car on inclines is $1,495. (Chevrolet) The Stingray is powered by a 6.2-liter V8 rated at 490 hp, or 495 hp with an optional performance exhaust. Chevrolet said some versions will have a top speed of 194 mph and others will be able to accelerate to 60 mph in under 3.0 seconds. CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP Of course, good luck finding one at list price when production begins late this year. GM head designer Mike Simcoe recently said that the first year of production is essentially spoken for already, which means that big dealer markups are likely on early cars.
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