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12 hours ago, davis411 said:

bro thug:  sounds like A new word for a Brazilian wax 

no no ma’am don’t want a Brazilian wax

i will take the bro thug special for 9.99


The ‘Bro Thug’ Is Way Better Than A Brazilian - I Just Put Makeup On My Face Instead Of Shaving ! :o 

 

 

 

U Couldn’t Pay Me A Brazilian Dollars To Wax Off My Hair ...

 

:D  :D  :D 

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51 minutes ago, navira said:

A source is likely to discuss the House of Representatives today the resignation of Abdul Mahdi


Does The Name Of The ‘Source’ Happen To Rhyme With Squeegee ? :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

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8 hours ago, DinarThug said:


Does The Name Of The ‘Source’ Happen To Rhyme With Squeegee ? :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

Does he and his brother eat mushrooms and jump on turtles all day? 

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18 minutes ago, Smokey Mtn. Dinar said:

If I shouldn't post it here, please move it to where it needs to go.


It’s Fine Here - It Doesn’t Need To Go To The Sports Section ...

 

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:D  :D  :D 
 

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President Salih says new elections will be held; PM Abdul Mahdi to resign if alternative found

One protester killed, more than 50 wounded on Thursday
Iraqi President Barham Salih (Screenshot/NRT Digital Media)

3 Hours ago

https://www.nrttv.com/En/News.aspx?id=16387&MapID=2

 

 

SULAIMANI — Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi is ready to resign only if parliament’s main blocs can agree on his replacement, President Barham Salih said on Thursday (October 31), as tens of thousands gathered in Baghdad to demand an end to the current system of government.

Abdul Mahdi, who despite promising reforms and a broad reshuffle of his cabinet has struggled to address protesters’ demands. He has refused calls for an early election made by his erstwhile main supporter, populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, according to Reuters.

“The prime minister had previously agreed to submit his resignation, if the blocs agree on an acceptable replacement in order to adhere to constitutional and legal frameworks,” Salih said in a live televised address.

Early elections cannot be held until a new electoral law is passed, Salih said, adding that he expected a bill to be introduced in the Baghdad parliament by next week.

Abdul Mahdi said on Tuesday it would be quicker if Sadr and his main rival Hadi al-Amiri agreed on a replacement, and would prevent months of chaos.

It took more than six months of negotiations before Abdul Mahdi was appointed a year ago and finding a replacement all blocs can agree to will not be easy.

He emerged as a compromise candidate between Amiri – who leads an alliance of Iran-backed Shi’ite militia fighters that holds the second-largest amount of seats in parliament - and Sadr, a Shi’ite cleric who heads the largest bloc.

Iraqi security forces killed one protester and wounded more than 50 on Thursday as tens of thousands resumed mass demonstrations to demand an end to the sectarian power-sharing system they blame for endemic corruption and economic hardships.

More than 250 people have been killed in clashes with security forces and pro-government paramilitary groups since protests began on Oct. 1 and eventually swelled into the worst mass unrest in Iraq since the 2003 fall of Saddam Hussein.

(NRT Digital Media/Reuters)

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8 minutes ago, 6ly410 said:

Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi is ready to resign only if parliament’s main blocs can agree on his replacement

 

This shouldn't take long......  :rake:

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9 minutes ago, 6ly410 said:

President Salih says new elections will be held; PM Abdul Mahdi to resign if alternative found

One protester killed, more than 50 wounded on Thursday
Iraqi President Barham Salih (Screenshot/NRT Digital Media)

3 Hours ago

https://www.nrttv.com/En/News.aspx?id=16387&MapID=2

 

 

SULAIMANI — Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi is ready to resign only if parliament’s main blocs can agree on his replacement, President Barham Salih said on Thursday (October 31), as tens of thousands gathered in Baghdad to demand an end to the current system of government.

Abdul Mahdi, who despite promising reforms and a broad reshuffle of his cabinet has struggled to address protesters’ demands. He has refused calls for an early election made by his erstwhile main supporter, populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, according to Reuters.

“The prime minister had previously agreed to submit his resignation, if the blocs agree on an acceptable replacement in order to adhere to constitutional and legal frameworks,” Salih said in a live televised address.

Early elections cannot be held until a new electoral law is passed, Salih said, adding that he expected a bill to be introduced in the Baghdad parliament by next week.

Abdul Mahdi said on Tuesday it would be quicker if Sadr and his main rival Hadi al-Amiri agreed on a replacement, and would prevent months of chaos.

It took more than six months of negotiations before Abdul Mahdi was appointed a year ago and finding a replacement all blocs can agree to will not be easy.

He emerged as a compromise candidate between Amiri – who leads an alliance of Iran-backed Shi’ite militia fighters that holds the second-largest amount of seats in parliament - and Sadr, a Shi’ite cleric who heads the largest bloc.

Iraqi security forces killed one protester and wounded more than 50 on Thursday as tens of thousands resumed mass demonstrations to demand an end to the sectarian power-sharing system they blame for endemic corruption and economic hardships.

More than 250 people have been killed in clashes with security forces and pro-government paramilitary groups since protests began on Oct. 1 and eventually swelled into the worst mass unrest in Iraq since the 2003 fall of Saddam Hussein.

(NRT Digital Media/Reuters)

They'll come up with someone to replace him...maybe this weekend....and watch the rate on iqd when that happens...the rate is already down from 1190..cheers bro

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Okay.... I’m just gonna put this out there. 
what if what’s happening in Iraq is part of the plan? 
Think about it... and feel free to add your 2 cents.

There is so much turmoil! Who is usually in the throws of it??? Maliki! I haven’t heard a peep from him? Where is Mr. Opinionated,  out spoken “ I can do it better” guy?  Why does this happen when so much progress has been made? Simple, because they need to implement reforms at the same time rid Iraq of the corruption. What better way than to sic the people on them?
Here is my take. This uprising was created to weed out the Iranians, the corrupt government politicians, close down the auctions and make things happen! . In other words clean up the State of affairs. 
I don’t think they wanted things to escalate like they have but plan is still in motion. No one the wiser... 

so much more to it... this is the simplified version.
Talk about smoke and mirrors!!!

Abadi and Shabbs maybe???

 

okay, fire away...

don’t hurt me. Hence the disclaimer.

(I think I’m on to something here)

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1 minute ago, luvalife said:

Okay.... I’m just gonna put this out there. 
what if what’s happening in Iraq is part of the plan? 
Think about it... and feel free to add your 2 cents.

There is so much turmoil! Who is usually in the throws of it??? Maliki! I haven’t heard a peep from him? Where is Mr. Opinionated,  out spoken “ I can do it better” guy?  Why does this happen when so much progress has been made? Simple, because they need to implement reforms at the same time rid Iraq of the corruption. What better way than to sic the people on them?
Here is my take. This uprising was created to weed out the Iranians, the corrupt government politicians, close down the auctions and make things happen! . In other words clean up the State of affairs. 
I don’t think they wanted things to escalate like they have but plan is still in motion. No one the wiser... 

so much more to it... this is the simplified version.
Talk about smoke and mirrors!!!

Abadi and Shabbs maybe???

 

okay, fire away...

don’t hurt me. Hence the disclaimer.

(I think I’m on to something here)

I truly believe the US has a hand in this to protect our interests. Lots of stuff goes on that only a few know about. There’s no way we would let Iran take over Iraq. 

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Just now, stanleypower said:

I truly believe the US has a hand in this to protect our interests. Lots of stuff goes on that only a few know about. There’s no way we would let Iran take over Iraq. 

Agreed... more the reason to have the peeps throw them out... at the same time add more sanctions

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