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And rhis

 

No, the Iraqi government won’t elect a new governor for the CBI. And the current CBI governor is Ali Al-Alaq.

 

If you have further questions don’t hesitate to contact us anytime be safe and kindest regards

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If the converter is right , 

75000 =  63.00 dollars ...

Retirement ! 🤪

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The best kind :twothumbs: :D

3 hours ago, screwball said:

Does this make me guru? 😂

 

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1 hour ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

As I read through your friends email I'm not surprised that everyone here missed the most 

important thing your friend told you. 

 

The cancelling of debt is an essential  component  of NESERA/GESERA worldwide reset. 

The revaluing of nearly all world currencies would also be a part of this event. 

So that all nations would begin using the Gold Standard as a backing for their currencies. Under 

such a standard the Iraqi dinar could easily be revalued to 3 dollars. 

So yes, 75,000 dinar would be one hell of a gift. 

 

Thanks for that information LGD . God Bless you and Yours 

 

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2 hours ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

As I read through your friends email I'm not surprised that everyone here missed the most 

important thing your friend told you. 

 

The cancelling of debt is an essential  component  of NESERA/GESERA worldwide reset. 

The revaluing of nearly all world currencies would also be a part of this event. 

So that all nations would begin using the Gold Standard as a backing for their currencies. Under 

such a standard the Iraqi dinar could easily be revalued to 3 dollars. 

So yes, 75,000 dinar would be one hell of a gift. 

 

 

LGD, I have a question - If all currencies will be revalued according to the gold standard (which I think will happen) wouldn't they go by how much gold each country owns, to figure out the worth of each country's currency?  That's how I thought it would work.

 

How did you get to $3.00 for Iraq?  Don't they have something like 96 tonnes of gold?

I just Googled the US and we have 8,000 tonnes. 

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5 hours ago, screwball said:

Does this make me guru? 😂

 

Thank you for sharing the news from your contact.

 

Boom, I proclaim you a guru.  You are an official Guru.

 

Congratulations screwball!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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38 minutes ago, Floridian said:

 

How did you get to $3.00 for Iraq?  Don't they have something like 96 tonnes of gold?

Under the Gold standard that would be 96 tons of gold at $32,000 dollars an ounce.

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1 minute ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

Under the Gold standard that would be 96 tons of gold at $32,000 dollars an ounce.

 

But then, wouldn't the dollar price be astronomical, if we have 8,000 tonnes of gold?

 

A dollar worth $256.00???????

Am I doing math wrong?

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1 hour ago, Floridian said:

 

But then, wouldn't the dollar price be astronomical, if we have 8,000 tonnes of gold?

 

A dollar worth $256.00???????

Am I doing math wrong?

Yes, you are correct. However,  the unknown possibility is whether or not the dollar is relative to the Fiat currency.  

 

Essentially the rate of the dollar under the Gold standard will depend on the amount of dollars in circulation at the time of declaration of the Gold standard. 

 

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The USA has the most gold of any country ,as far as we know . Then come the usual countries , Japan , SwItzerland ,etc . There are approximately 200 "countries " in the world . But as far as sovereign and non sovereign nations go , Iraq ranks approximately 135 on that list

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7 hours ago, screwball said:

Does this make me guru? 😂

Absolutely !!  ......... No question about it !! ...............  You qualify !!

I love your sense of humor and consistent presence .......... :tiphat:

Cheers  :cheesehead:

 

Semper Fi:salute:

RV there yet ?:pirateship:

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6 hours ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

As I read through your friends email I'm not surprised that everyone here missed the most 

important thing your friend told you. 

 

The cancelling of debt is an essential  component  of NESERA/GESERA worldwide reset. 

The revaluing of nearly all world currencies would also be a part of this event. 

So that all nations would begin using the Gold Standard as a backing for their currencies. Under 

such a standard the Iraqi dinar could easily be revalued to 3 dollars. 

So yes, 75,000 dinar would be one hell of a gift. 

 

Thanks there LGD . I appreciate that feedback.

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1 hour ago, dinarham said:

The USA has the most gold of any country ,as far as we know . Then come the usual countries , Japan , SwItzerland ,etc . There are approximately 200 "countries " in the world . But as far as sovereign and non sovereign nations go , Iraq ranks approximately 135 on that list

India may be ahead of us in gold reserves. They found massive gold deposits in Feb 202 I believe. 

 

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8 hours ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

As I read through your friends email I'm not surprised that everyone here missed the most 

important thing your friend told you. 

 

The cancelling of debt is an essential  component  of NESERA/GESERA worldwide reset. 

The revaluing of nearly all world currencies would also be a part of this event. 

So that all nations would begin using the Gold Standard as a backing for their currencies. Under 

such a standard the Iraqi dinar could easily be revalued to 3 dollars. 

So yes, 75,000 dinar would be one hell of a gift. 

 

Excellent 

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14 hours ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

The cancelling of debt is an essential  component  of NESERA/GESERA worldwide reset. 

The revaluing of nearly all world currencies would also be a part of this event. 

So that all nations would begin using the Gold Standard as a backing for their currencies


LGD

Im curious about your understanding of NESARA-GESARA

From all the Christian research I’ve read this is NOT a positive thing. 

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11 hours ago, Floridian said:

 

But then, wouldn't the dollar price be astronomical, if we have 8,000 tonnes of gold?

 

A dollar worth $256.00???????

Am I doing math wrong?

 

 

Good one.....

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Either way, with the new financial system or the old, would any country be prevented from printing currency inorder to devalue their currency and remain economically competative ? I don't know.  I can imagine they could. But in my defense I just woke up and haven't had any tea yet .

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