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  1. Hi there I have a small group in SW Florida. One of it's members is really angry with those of his friends who did not follow his advice and buy IQD. I've used different analogies and allogories in an effort to get him past it but nothing has helped. When I say that he is angry ... his response is WAY OVER THE TOP! Today it occurred to me how to explain it to him though. I called and asked him if he remembered Tom Cruise in the movie "Top Gun" and he did. I asked him if he remembered when Goose was killed and Maverick had a serious confidence problem. He said that he did. I then asked
  2. FOR THE RECORD I COMMENTED AND THEN IT WAS UPDATED As I said, it didn't make sense for 6.5M IQD ... 6.5B IQD is a whole different story. (Give or take $5.6M worth of IQD with a post RI/RV value possibly in the billions of dollars) One of the members of my group asked me a very good question ... "do you suppose that the purpose of this is so that we will now have to prove where we bought our IQD like they did in Kuwait?" "That is a very good question," I replied. And so now I pose it to you ... ... the answer of course lies with whomever really was responsible for this heist. 1) was it strictl
  3. Just thinking out loud here ... So they stole $6500 USD ... in a place that cuts of hands, feet, and heads for such things ... doesn't it seem odd that "guards" (an inside job) felt it "prudent" to steal it? But then were so bad at it that they only got 6.5 M IQD ... which is less than a handfull. I guess my question is ... why would you risk life and limb (literally) for toilet paper? ... and for so little ... you know, a hundred million or so IQD ... OK, that makes sense ... it did say "guards" so they would have to split it up ... I mean, unless you knew that it was going to be worth som
  4. Arrest Warrants against 1448 defendants for stealing 105 billion Iraqi Dinars May 27, 2010 - 07:33:20 Baghdad / Aswat Al Iraq: Chief of Integrity Commission, Judge, Raheem Alegaily, said on Thursday, that the first four months of 2010, had witnessed issuance of arrestt warrants against 1448 defendants among more than 2500 wanted individuals, being accused of stealing 105 billion Iraqi Dinars, (USD 89 million), and we have succeeded to convict 90 of them. Alegaily told Aswat Aliraq that,” Since the beginning of the current year till 1st of May, the commission has considered files of 2579 wante
  5. Growth Picks Up in Middle East, But Credit Still Sluggish IMF Survey online May 25, 2010 ■Strong oil demand underpins a promising medium-term outlook ■Banking system stress, low credit growth could dampen prospects ■Improving competitiveness, raising growth are key for region’s emerging markets Growth in the Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan (MENAP) is set to reach 4.2 percent in 2010 as the global economy recovers, but the region is still coping with the legacy of the global economic crisis, the IMF says in its new regional forecast. IMF Middle East and Central Asia Department Direct
  6. Iraqi oil official : The plan to develop Gharb Alqurna oil field include digging 8 new wells Translated by IRAQdirectory.com - [5/26/2010] Iraqi oil official said Monday that the initial developing plan which EXXON MOBIL company and it is allies approved for the first stage of Iraqi Gharb Alqurna field include digging 8 new wells and updating up to 50 wells this year to boost the production. Basem Abdulkareem director of operating board in South oil company said during interview with Reuters that global oil services companies will be invited to dig 4 new wells and that the Iraqi drilling co
  7. News Summary May 26, 2010 - 07:03:07 BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Following is a summary of news reports posted until 10:00 p.m. Baghdad local time Wednesday – May 26: *Politics: DIALA - The Diala council rejected on Wednesday the appointment of a new police chief without the council’s approval. KIRKUK - Iraq’s Deputy Prime Minister Rafia al-Issawi discussed on Wednesday with a delegation from the Kirkuk local council political, security and services conditions in the province, according to a statement of his office. ARBIL - The German trade and Industrial relations office was opened in Kurdistan
  8. End of military operation in Khalis May 27, 2010 - 09:05:39 Diyala / Aswat Al Iraq: An official security source said on Thursday, that all military operation done by Division Five of the Iraqi Army has ended inside Khalis in Diyala Province. The said source told Aswat Aliraq, that ” All the military operations carried out by Division Five of the Iraqi Army inside Khalis, north of Diyala, have ended, and resulted to arrest 15 suspects and been deported to Bashair Alkheir Camp in Baquba”. The source added,” Most of the suspects had been arrested before and been released for lack of evidence.” B
  9. Kurdistan trade delegation participates in Paris conf. May 27, 2010 - 08:45:40 ARBIL / Aswat al-Iraq: A delegation of Kurdistan traders will take part on Thursday in an expanded conference in Paris, chairman of the Kurdistan’s exporters and importers union said. “The delegation includes 32 traders from Kurdistan region’s provinces; Arbil, Sulaimaniya, Duhuk, will take part in the expanded trade conference, which will begin on Thursday (May 27) in Paris,” Sheikh Mustapha Abdulrahman told Aswat al-Iraq news agency. “The delegation will hold a meeting during the visit with the French Chamber of
  10. Technical reasons postpone meeting between State of Law, INA - official 27/5/2010 - 07:54 BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The postponement of the meeting between the State of Law and the Iraqi National Alliance is due to technical reasons not political, member of the State of Law (Dawlat al-Qanoon) Alliance said on Thursday. “The meeting was scheduled on Wednesday (May 26) to ratify the working papers assigned to the three committees, but the delay in their work led to the postponement of the meeting,” Adnan al-Saraj told Aswat al-Iraq news agency. “There are no political reasons behind the postpone
  11. Try this: It has more information than you asked for but it also covers why they don't have to "come up with" but about 10% (you'll find it where it's talking about 90% being held in central banks by countries who do business with them) 8th paragraph from top. It also covers the statistical probabilities of the RI/RV ranges. You don't have to agree with it ... but the the math will give you a little better perspective, I believe PEACE Doc31
  12. Iraq News Iraq gory bombing kills 30 people Saturday, May 22, 2010 10:33 GMT Iraq’s bombing targeting a crowded market of cafes and stores in Al Khales District in Diyala killed on Friday night 30 people and wounded more than 80 others. The bombing caused by a mini-van bomb occurred few meters away from a police unit in Al Khales District. Police Lieutenant Abdul Jabar Hamoud affirmed that the explosion was a major one causing damages to nearby stores while roofs fell apart. There might be some people under wreckage, police estimated. http://www.alsumaria.tv/en/Iraq-News/1-49488-Iraq-
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