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43 minutes ago, yota691 said:

five of the Iraqi seaports will have official symbols at the International Maritime Organization (IMO). 

Sounds about right Donziman. Thanks again Yota! "INTERNATIONAL" 

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1 hour ago, Donziman said:

This is actually very important. Can't bring in all the construction material

needed to rebuild the country with out the ports certified safe for international

shipping. This will allow huge amounts of money to flow all over the world.

Talk about being international  THIS IS IT....

Man I hope you are correct. Just like everyone else it would be nice to end this ride. 

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1 hour ago, Donziman said:

This is actually very important. Can't bring in all the construction material

needed to rebuild the country with out the ports certified safe for international

shipping. This will allow huge amounts of money to flow all over the world.

Talk about being international  THIS IS IT....

Agree with you my friend.... Very important.!

- Getting ready for a big influx of goods and raw materials.

- Import / Export 

- Maritime Trade

- international Trade

 

Go dinar 

Go international 

Go imports exports 

Go $1:1

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IMO is the United Nations' specialized agency responsible for safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution by ships.


msd.pngMaritime Safety

IMO's work in developing international safety regulations and recommendations for shipping.

security.pngMaritime Security

Maritime security is an integral part of IMO's responsibilities. A comprehensive security regime for international shipping entered into force on 1 July 2004.

med.pngMarine Environment

IMO's work in developing international regulations and recommendations to prevent pollution of the seas by ships.

led.pngLegal Affairs

Information on Liability and compensation regimes developed by IMO and issues dealt with by IMO's Legal Committee.

human.pngHuman Element

Focuses on the human side of shipping - the people involved in every aspect of ship safety and prevention of marine pollution, from seafarers to ship operators to port state control officers.

facilitation.pngFacilitation

Information relating to IMO's work at the ship-port interface, including standardisation and harmonisation of procedures as well as security issues.

tc.pngTechnical Cooperation

Information on IMO's Technical Cooperation Programme which is designed to assist Governments which lack the technical knowledge and resources that are needed to operate a shipping industry successfully.

auditscheme.pngMember State Audit Scheme & Implementation support

Implementation of IMO treaty instruments lies with States that are Parties to those instruments. The Member State Audit aims to determine the extent to which these States give full and complete effect to obligations and responsibilities contained in a number of IMO treaty instruments in their capacity as flag, port and/or coastal States.

conference.pngConferences

The Conference Division is responsible for the co-ordination and servicing of all IMO Meetings in the six official languages of the Organization: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.

commsandtoureach.pngCommunications and Outreach

A key element of the Organization’s work. IMO's Public Information Service promotes global awareness of the Organization, its programmes and activities through coordinated, connected and integrated outreach activities.

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BAGHDAD / Tomorrow Press: 
The Cabinet approved on Tuesday, the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims in 1976. The agreement 

stated inform the Council in a statement received "Tomorrow 's Press," that "the Cabinet approved the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Convention on the Law Limits on Liability for Maritime Claims of 1976 as amended by the 1996 Protocol, including its amended liability limits ".


He added that "the law entered into force on 8/6/2015, and referred it to the House of Representatives, based on the provisions of articles (61 / item first, and 80 / item II) of the Constitution, and establish the reservation of the Republic of Iraq that the signature or ratification or accession to the Convention "In no way does this mean recognition of Israel or any relationship with it."

 
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2 hours ago, yota691 said:
 
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I wonder how many people understand the clout that comes with Maritime acceptance.

 

AND SUDDENLY :pirateship::bagofmoney:

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42 minutes ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

I wonder how many people understand the clout that comes with Maritime acceptance.

 

AND SUDDENLY :pirateship::bagofmoney:

I don’t understand

but read and learn I try

and trust all you smarter folks 

that it’s good news

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38 minutes ago, davis411 said:

I don’t understand

but read and learn I try

and trust all you smarter folks 

that it’s good news

Maritime law is the foundation of One World Government. It is how the UN has any control whatsoever. Consider it like this, the easiest way for a rogue terrorist to get a nuclear weapon into the United States would be on board a ship entering an American port. Thus, IMOs are issued via the United Nations and only given two countries who have proven themselves to prevent terrorism. Essentially as stated above, this indicates without question International dealings. An IMOs designates that the nation port fully documents everything that is put on his ship. The receiving Nation must fully document in customs everything that is taken off a ship. This is not something they would give to a nation with serious security risk.

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9 minutes ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

Maritime law is the foundation of One World Government. It is how the UN has any control whatsoever. Consider it like this, the easiest way for a rogue terrorist to get a nuclear weapon into the United States would be on board a ship entering an American port. Thus, IMOs are issued via the United Nations and only given two countries who have proven themselves to prevent terrorism. Essentially as stated above, this indicates without question International dealings. An IMOs designates that the nation port fully documents everything that is put on his ship. The receiving Nation must fully document in customs everything that is taken off a ship. This is not something they would give to a nation with serious security risk.

Good to know,  thanks for the explanation LGD..... just another big piece of the puzzle. Like CL21 says it’s all connected 

 

Have a great day everyone! Ship may finally be coming into port....(pun intended but definitely not an Okie reference to ships at sea 😂)

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Thanks ladyGrace'sDaddy! This is real good information! So this corresponds with the article below that I posted from another site:

 

thoughts everyone?

Transport announces the arrival of an Iraqi steamer to a European port for the first time in 30 years

Transport announces the arrival of an Iraqi steamer to a European port for the first time in 30 years

21/01/2019

Transport announces the arrival of an Iraqi steamer to a European port for the first time in 30 yearsDirection / Baghdad

Transport Minister Abdullah Laibi said on Monday that an Iraqi ship had arrived at a European port for the first time in 30 years, stressing that the Iraqi ships were ready to reach all ports of the world.

“The ship arrived at the port of Antwerp, carrying 15765 tons of different cargoes from the port of Umm Qasr,” he said in a statement. “The arrival of the humpback ship to the European ports came after the Ministry of Transport And the General Company for Maritime Transport and by belonging to the French Classification Authority to obtain all certificates of international maritime safety procedures.

“The ships of Iraq are now ready to reach all ports of the world after being banned for thirty years ago because of international sanctions and non-compliance by Iraqi ships to the international safety measures of the requirements of the European Union and international maritime organizations.”

For his part, Director-General of Maritime Transport Abdulkarim Kanhal al-Jabri said that “the Iraqi ships are ready to sail in all international maritime shipping lines according to the Paris memorandum issued recently,” adding that “the facilities provided by the Ministry of Transport was the main reason for the company General Maritime Transport to all international maritime permits and access to all the world’s supplies. ”

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi maritime transport was affected significantly and over thirty years the economic sanctions imposed on Iraq in the nineties of the last century against the backdrop of the attribution of Kuwait, and the subsequent events shook Iraq’s international reputation, and after 2003 worked the Ministry of Transport to restore life for maritime transport.

aletejahtv.com

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55 minutes ago, GreedyDinar07 said:

The ships of Iraq are now ready to reach all ports of the world after being banned for thirty years ago because of international sanctions and non-compliance by Iraqi ships to the international safety measures of the requirements of the European Union and international maritime organizations.”

 

very interesting for sure seems they have met requirements for international trade now , would be interesting to know what currency was used in the goods going to the EU ... cheers

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3 hours ago, 3n1 said:

 

very interesting for sure seems they have met requirements for international trade now , would be interesting to know what currency was used in the goods going to the EU ... cheers

I think it's Gold :moneybag::shrug:

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On 1/10/2019 at 1:09 PM, jg1 said:

Sounds about right Donziman. Thanks again Yota! "INTERNATIONAL" 

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On 1/10/2019 at 8:24 PM, teedoffed said:

Just back here after a year or two off. Been checking in. Still holding Dinar. Hope you all are well!! 1:1 Laid Back?? Heck yea!!!!

Welcome back. :tiphat:

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Thank you LGD  for my something new learned today. :D

11 hours ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

Maritime law is the foundation of One World Government. It is how the UN has any control whatsoever. Consider it like this, the easiest way for a rogue terrorist to get a nuclear weapon into the United States would be on board a ship entering an American port. Thus, IMOs are issued via the United Nations and only given two countries who have proven themselves to prevent terrorism. Essentially as stated above, this indicates without question International dealings. An IMOs designates that the nation port fully documents everything that is put on his ship. The receiving Nation must fully document in customs everything that is taken off a ship. This is not something they would give to a nation with serious security risk.

 

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Waters of the United States (WOTUS) 

Just a little more clarification on this issue. 

Remember in 2015 When Obama signed an Executive Order essentially making a puddle in your back yard

Maritime waters? The above link is to the EPA where you will find what that rule actually entailed.

But to put it succinctly by making the smallest amounts of waters in the U.S. fall under Maritime law

Obama essentially gave the U.N. complete control of America by law. Let the ramifications of that sink in

for the moment. 

Now consider this one. 

The significance of the gold fringe on the American flag

There are a variety of ideas put out regarding the meaning of the fringe on the flag. The most important one from a constitutional perspective is the claim that that flag with fringe is a flag that

indicates admiralty law is in effect wherever that flag is displayed,

(or otherwise known as Military Maritime Law)

such as in a court room. If true that would mean that courts which have a fringed flag (which is almost all courts in the land) are not Constitutional courts (Article Three Courts) but Admiralty Courts

where Constitutional provisions do not apply

but rather Admiralty law prevails.

Now take that idea and put it together with the clear reality that most of our courts are not following the Constitution as ratified by our founders, but some other form of unconstitutional law such as international law, and you can see why this idea has gained legs in the patriot community. Thus this theory would help us understand the other wise infuriating and treasonous actions of the judicial branch. So the theory claims we are under martial rule and admiralty law, some would date that from The War to Prevent Southern Independence, others from World War I or World War II; it matters not according to this theory because the end result is that today we are no longer under the Constitution but under martial law and the fringed flag is but one demonstration of that reality.

 

 

When you go before a court or a Political figure that displays an Admiralty Flag you are 

willingly submitting yourself to Maritime Law. 

As the whole world is connected by the waters of the oceans, it seemed only natural to the Globalist 

to use Maritime Law as the foundation for their One World Government.

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