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  1. Thanks for your comment LB I agree with you that it is probably good for our investment but I would still like to know where they are getting all the gold because someone is selling them the gold and what are they getting in return for the gold they are giving to Iraq? It’s just a personal thing with me that I like to try and see the bigger picture of things. Have a great week!
  2. There may be some truth to that since they're the country's largest employer!
  3. Who are they buying all this gold from?
  4. I think they explain what they're hiding here.... deliberately hiding the details of the allocated money for each ministry and their subsidiaries in the 2019 budget, which parliament earlier passed. The 2019 budget contains a lot of mistakes and problems,
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    The Bank of Canada is warning people to stop drawing Spock on their money Published on July 14, 2018 in Alien/Earth/Space/UFO by admin Canadians are paying a strange sort of tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy — they’re drawing his most famous character, Spock from “Star Trek,” over a 19th-century politician on their banknotes. Nimoy died, and he got a variety of tributes, not least from US President Barack Obama. But few are weirder than the drawings of Spock on Canadian banknotes. It has become known as “Spocking.” It looks as if the fad goes back further. Apparently, Canadians have been turning Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the country’s first French-speaking prime minister, into a Vulcan for years. But the Bank of Canada is unimpressed. According to the BBC, Canada’s central bank, which is responsible for the notes, confirmed that the practice was not illegal but said people should not be doing it anyway: “The Bank of Canada feels that writing and markings on bank notes are inappropriate as they are a symbol of our country and a source of national pride,” Menard told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in an email. The spokeswoman also said disfigured bills may not circulate for as long and risk being rejected by retailers. Some other countries have been trying to get in on the act, but Laurier makes a much better Spock than most banknote heads. Some Americans tried Alexander Hamilton: Here’s an effort on Abraham Lincoln from 2013: And in Scotland someone had a go with Alexander Fleming, but it just doesn’t look right:
  6. You have a good heart PP Check out an article I'm going to post in world currency thread shortly
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    Iraqi Law Gazette Website

    Still not loading 1:50pm EST
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    Barzani meets with Mahdi re: HCL (?)

    I just went to their website and archives and couldn't find anything regarding dinars on 20/20 Would appreciate if you could provide link to that show
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    Barzani meets with Mahdi re: HCL (?)

    So, you know Donald Trump personally?
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    Iranian Rial

    Thanks for the update PP
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    Silly Smiles II

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    Iranian Rial

    Nothing to see here folks... 🙁

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