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  1. Apri fools joke possibly ?? Remember when we would see the articles that Maliki was Assasinated on April 1st? They sure have a weird sense of humor!
  2. Is it just me or does it seem like they have had about 96 tons for years now could have swore I saw something saying they had about this much years ago anyone remember this?
  3. As far as I know this is quite a few years old. I think dinar trade was bought out by GID. Interesting that it was on cnn tho
  4. I always thought sale of foreign currencies referred to auctions or more towards the dollar exchange
  5. I don’t post much but I miss the clown too!!!
  6. When They removed zeros from their currency did it add purchasing power to it? And how did it effect its worth compared to the dollar? And by “level playing field” does this mean a currency that is not manipulated down but reflects the worth of what? GDP?assets?demand for said currency?stocks? Just thinking out loud.
  7. Makes me wonder if our “older” dinar notes will be accepted when it comes time to cash in
  8. I saw he had his report out but video is unavailable for some reason
  9. Don't forget kapow and boom! Heard it so much thought I was listening to old Batman reruns
  10. It looks to me like these articles refer to a redenominationon am I missing something? Been in this since 2011 not giving up till the fat lady sings I appreciate all your posts Yoda and dinar thug especially you crack me up !
  11. This says redenominated notes. This would not be good for us
  12. I was thinking doesn't Iraq sometimes use a period instead of a comma 1.2 could mean 1,200 which is close to the exchange rate ...... Just a thought.
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