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Luigi fund these articles of Dinarian interests...
With impeachment out of the way...will Trump now use the RV to his re-election advantage?
Guru claims CBI reduced the note count enough to RV at or near .53 cents to USD.
CBI is ready, waiting on Trump to make the next move.
Teat as rumors. Not varafied. Your opine.
2-8-2020 Newshound Guru Jeff ...Trump actually picked the year that he wanted this to happen. Obviously Iraq had to have a combination of stability too but Trump most likely wanted this timed for the rate change to be timed with his 2020 campaign theme of a strong economy...all we're waiting on here is a specific calendar day. [Sunday March 22, 2020]. Iraq does appear to be walking possibly when Kuwait did there's...everything is looking good.
2-8-2020 Newshound Guru Breitling ...what Iraq needs from their budget - how much they make and how much they need - they talk about getting to a billion notes to get to $1.17 and up. At a minimum they need about .53 cents. That's based on their information. Even though I'm speculating that's the best math I can come up with based on what they need. They need about .53 cents. That does not mean that's what they will come out at...
2-9-2020 Newshound/Intel Guru Francis Albert [...bottom line Iraq can make monitary changes when ever they want I believe it is and has been a security issue holding them back.] It feels that way to me also... I "believe" (no proof or secret sources), that the CBI has been ready to do something significant. (not sure what this will be), but something, and as things cool down and the Iran 's influence decreases...something will happen.
Trump Makes Surprise Visit to Iraq to See American Troops
President Trump and Melania Trump pose for photos as they greet members of the United States military in a dining hall at al-Asad air base, on Wednesday during an unannounced trip to Iraq.CreditAl Drago for The New York Times Image President Trump and Melania Trump pose for photos as they greet members of the United States military in a dining hall at al-Asad air base, on Wednesday during an unannounced trip to Iraq.CreditCreditAl Drago for The New York Times By Annie Karni and Mark Landler
Dec. 26, 2018 WASHINGTON — President Trump visited American military forces in Iraq on Wednesday, a surprise trip and the first visit to troops stationed abroad in a combat zone by a commander in chief who has made withdrawing the United States from foreign wars a signature issue.
The trip, shrouded in secrecy, came in the midst of a government shutdown and less than a week after Mr. Trump disrupted America’s military status quo and infuriated even some of his staunchest political allies by announcing plans to withdraw troops from Syria and about half of those stationed in Afghanistan. That decision on Syria, made over the objections of American military generals and civilian advisers, led to the resignation of Mr. Trump’s defense secretary, Jim Mattis, and fueled tensions within the national security establishment.
The place Mr. Trump chose to visit is the one theater of war where he has not promised a rapid drawdown of forces — and it is where he claims his greatest military victory, the defeat of the Islamic State in Mosul, the Iraqi city where the group’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared the beginning of its self-proclaimed caliphate. The assault on Mosul by Iraqi forces, backed by Americans, began under President Barack Obama but culminated in the summer of 2017 under Mr. Trump.
Mr. Trump, who was accompanied by his wife, Melania Trump, was expected to make two stops on his post-Christmas trip, delivering a holiday message to the more than 5,000 American forces stationed in the country.
“President Trump and the First Lady traveled to Iraq late on Christmas night to visit with our troops and Senior Military leadership to thank them for their service, their success, and their sacrifice and to wish them a Merry Christmas,” Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House spokeswoman, said in a tweet.
View image on Twitter 3,063 people are talking about this Twitter Ads info and privacy Visiting troops abroad is a cherished tradition for presidents. President George W. Bush served Thanksgiving turkey to the soldiers in Baghdad in 2003, in the early days of the Iraq War. Mr. Obama flew to Baghdad in April 2009, four months after his inauguration, winning cheers when he told the troops it was time for the Iraqis to take responsibility for their own country. He visited Afghanistan four times while in office.
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Subscribe to The Times But nearly two years into his presidency, Mr. Trump had yet to visit any troops abroad, drawing criticism from various corners.
After he canceled a rainy-day visit to an American cemetery outside of Paris last month during a World War I battlefield commemoration, he told Chris Wallace, the Fox News anchor, that he had not visited troops abroad because of “an unbelievably busy schedule.”
Mr. Trump ran for the presidency on a platform of bringing the troops home from Afghanistan and Syria, part of a broader strategy of ending nearly two decades of American military interventions — from Iraq and Libya to Syria and Afghanistan — that he criticized as costly, ineffective and at odds with his “America First” foreign policy.
But the United States still has 14,000 troops in Afghanistan and about 2,000 in Syria. While the number of casualties in these conflicts is a fraction of what it was during the two previous administrations, the fact that American troops are still on the ground — in the case of Afghanistan, 17 years after they were first deployed — attests to the difficulty of extracting the country from these entanglements.
Mr. Trump’s trip came at a sensitive moment, as the president’s clash with Mr. Mattis over the troop withdrawals opened a rift between the commander in chief and the military.
Over the weekend, Brett McGurk, the special presidential envoy to the coalition fighting the Islamic State, accelerated his resignation, telling colleagues that he could not in good conscience carry out Mr. Trump’s newly declared policy of withdrawing American troops from Syria. Mr. McGurk, a seasoned diplomat who was considered central to the fight against the terrorist group, had originally planned to retire in February.
Mr. Trump’s announcements on Syria and Afghanistan have left a trail of confusion, with White House officials unable to explain the timetable for the withdrawals or their strategy to prevent a return of radical extremism in either country.
Adding to the sense of uncertainty is the partial shutdown of the government, which does not affect active-duty military but had led Mr. Trump to cancel his holiday visit to his Florida estate, Mar-a-Lago, and remain sequestered in the White House.
On Christmas, Mr. Trump and Melania Trump, the first lady, made calls from the West Wing to troops stationed abroad, though he was criticized in the media for being the first president since 2002 not to visit troops or wounded warriors on the holiday.
Mr. Trump says he has “done more for the military” than many of his recent predecessors but had not made visiting active duty military personnel a priority.
this latest just in...
The exchanges has already started @ $4 per IQD.
Thousands of Tier 4(that's us) have already been paid.
Treat as a rumor. Not verified. Your opine.
24 July 2018 Bruce The Goose:
The IMF has been giving Iraq funds/loans for months now. They been giving them money. Finally yesterday at 9am in the morning, President Trump made a call to the IMF and told them not to do any more loans or funds to Iraq.
They need to get off the side and go ahead and RV their currency officially not just in Iraq, not just on their Qi cards. Go ahead and do it so that it is put out an announcement with the rate and then they will not need IMF funds anymore. There is more to it.
However, the IMF is holding an amount for Iraq over $5Billion dollars that is gaining interest in the $4 million plus range a day range now, but they are not going to get it until after they revalue or announce the revaluation.In the same way President Macron from France is holding there $129 Billion dollars going to Iraq that they will not give them any until two hours after they announce their RV. I am sure there are other countries as well.
Bruce: What else has been going on? Isn’t it interesting that last Saturday over 15,000 customers of banks in the United States in 73 cities were contacted to come in and do exchanges for the Iraqi dinar. Wow! Last Saturday. Now many too the banks on it? 6,000 people exchanged just under $4 in the United States in 73 cities. What is significant about this is it is not a buy back rate. It is not going to be the rate we are going to see on the front screen, but it was a rate that was given to these people.
Luigi says...Don't shoot the messenger.
Could Bruce The Goose & Judy Lyington be one & the same? Just asking.
They both claim Trump-UST just ordered the release the funds.
Rollout starts from East to West. What ever happened to Moose Jaw?
Treat this as a rumor. Not varified. Your opine.
Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of May 18 2018 with Judy Lyington & Bruce...
1. Iraqi PM Abadi put out the new Dinar rate today May 17.
2. The Iraqi ATMs were turned on with the lower denominations in them and people were being paid at the new rate (which was over $4.00 USD).
3. Iraq has an ordered blackout on info until late tonight or tomorrow morning May 18.
4. The GCR has begun in Hong Kong and Dubai and continued to roll out.
5. HSBC and Wells Fargo were on high alert to begin.
6. Tier 1&2 completed yesterday morning early May 16.
7. Yesterday May 16 Tier 3 got started, people were being paid out, were moving through at a fast clip and would be paid out within the next few days.
8. Tier 4 may not have to wait for the Tier 3 to finish.
9. Early this morning May 17 a new protocol for software was put out to beat the bad guys from stealing funds.
10. Last night May 17 at 1:01am a software update was put into effect to secure our funds.
11. We have the official go ahead from Trump and US Treasury for the GCR.