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  1. artical that came out of Washington DC today from Makiki visit......Carpe diem RV……..Fortis Fortis Dominus The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release December 12, 2011 Press Gaggle by Press Secretary Jay Carney, 12/12/2011 James S. Brady Press Briefing Room 10:52 A.M. EST MR. CARNEY: As you know, Iraqi Prime Minister al-Maliki is here to meet with the President. You will be seeing them both fairly soon. And if I could just note, this is a momentous visit because, as you know, the Iraq war -- a war that we've been engaged in for 8 and a half years -- is over. And after eight and a half years of sacrifice, America's war in Iraq is coming to an end. Since President Obama took office, nearly 150,000 U.S. troops have been removed from Iraq and hundreds of bases have been shut down. In the next two weeks the final U.S. forces will cross the border. For the first time in over eight years no U.S. troops will be preparing to deploy to Iraq. We will have no bases in Iraq. The war is over and the troops are coming home. Q Thank you. We've heard a lot of talk about building a durable friendship, an enduring partnership. Can you talk just a little bit about what the strategic partnership will look like between the U.S. and Iraq, and whether -- how much monetary aid and for how long will be part of this? MR. CARNEY: Well, I don't have any specific proposals or initiatives to lay out, but it is absolutely the case that our relationship with Iraq will remain strong; that the intensity of our engagement at the economic, diplomatic, cultural, educational, as well as security levels will remain strong; and we will have a significant presence in Iraq. We have invested an enormous amount in Iraq’s future, we have had so many Americans sacrifice so much for the future of that country that it is very much in our interest to maintain a positive relationship with Iraq and to build on what is a very strong foundation in that relationship. But it will be a relationship between two sovereign nations, and it will be a relationship similar to the kinds that we have with other countries around the globe. As for specifics in terms of the nature of the programs and things that we might have and that we might engage in with Iraq, I’ll leave that to others for later. Yes.
  2. OK I just called a Chase Bank in my area which is a full service bank and asked if they could exchange Foreign currency and they said yes...I then told them I had dinars and she said sorry but they quit selling or buying Dinars over a year ago. I asked he if that was just at her location and she said no Chase Bank quit dealing with the dinars...Hmmmmmm
  3. thanks for doing the research on this and posting ...and the 16 page life history was too intense.....
  4. Just FYI.....I Checked this out several weeks ago because I live in Indiana not far from their office. I got Strong's name from the intel that was posted here on this site after listening to a one of the Thursday night live web chats from a gentleman named Frank who had him on the talk show. His web site is pretty interesting but if you want to go to the seminar you need to fill out a 16 page questionnaire. let the site know if you go and what you learn....I did not sign up for this one but more will come !!!!! Carpe diem……..Fortis Fortis Dominus,
  5. Thanks Bravo 11........I am silent but I do read and follow Carpe Diem Potens Dominus Potens
  6. Ok guys sorry this caused so much pain for some... yes I'm new.... and yes I just joined and came across this web site and just wanted to post the web site so Carpe diem……..Fortis Fortis Dominus.......................!
  7. Posted on 27 June 2011. Tags: Central Bank, IQD, Redenomination, revaluation According to a report from Al Sumaria News, Iraq’s Central Bank announced on Thursday that it is planning to delete the zeros from its currency, the Iraqi dinar. This step is one of the bank’s strategic missions, the Central Bank said adding that the new currency will include the Kurdish language in addition to the Arabic language.
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