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Al-Kazemi nominates his advisor for the post of Governor of the Central Bank and a deputy, reveals: a suspicious figure  

12:10 - 02/09/2020
 
  
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The information / Baghdad ..

On Wednesday, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Alia Nassif, considered the nomination of the Prime Minister’s advisor, Salem Chalabi, for the position of Central Bank Governor as an entrenchment of corruption, given that the information available to us is that he has suspicious links to a foreign country and has the nationality of that country, advising Kazemi to withdraw the nomination.

Nassif said in a statement to "the information", that "the nomination of the advisor to the prime minister for the post of central bank governor came as a result of imposing this personality by a country of nationality that possesses its nationality."

She added that "Chalabi was a consultant in the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi and was excluded by Al-Kazemi due to indications of corruption against him. Then he returned to his post without knowing the reasons for his return, and this gave birth to our great doubts."

She explained that "the position of the governor of the central bank is an important sovereign position, and a professional and honest person must be named for this position and go to nominate the competing candidate, director of the legal department in the central bank, as he has full specifications to occupy the position." End / AD 25

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/09/02/492911/

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Kazemi was head of intelligence in Iraq, I don't believe that he would nominate him if Chalibi was guilty of the crime he was accused of. Remember that it is Iraq, just like any other country, one can be framed if some people want to get rid of you.

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One very interesting connection is to me is that he was part of the he Department of State sponsored Future of Iraq project, to which he was appointed as rapporteur of the Transitional Justice Working Group. This the original document where a $3.00 exchange is first mentioned....Got to love the Irony...285098906_WhynewCurrency_LI.thumb.jpg.2eebad4b329c34a2834e286fa7b53a07.jpg

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If this guy is legit/honest/fair/forthright and in good standing with KAZ; easy to see that in a country as corrupt as Iraq, why wouldn't they  say Kaz's pick is a " suspicious figure " He sure as hell isn't one of them . . . better watch this guy, he's waaaaay honest

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8 hours ago, wciappetta said:

One very interesting connection is to me is that he was part of the he Department of State sponsored Future of Iraq project, to which he was appointed as rapporteur of the Transitional Justice Working Group. This the original document where a $3.00 exchange is first mentioned....Got to love the Irony...285098906_WhynewCurrency_LI.thumb.jpg.2eebad4b329c34a2834e286fa7b53a07.jpg

Maybe just not corrupt and knows the plan   Sounds like a good thing 

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19 hours ago, Mary B said:

The information / Baghdad ..

On Wednesday, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Alia Nassif, considered the nomination of the Prime Minister’s advisor, Salem Chalabi, for the position of Central Bank Governor as an entrenchment of corruption, given that the information available to us is that he has suspicious links to a foreign country and has the nationality of that country, advising Kazemi to withdraw the nomination.

Nassif said in a statement to "the information", that "the nomination of the advisor to the prime minister for the post of central bank governor came as a result of imposing this personality by a country of nationality that possesses its nationality."

She added that "Chalabi was a consultant in the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi and was excluded by Al-Kazemi due to indications of corruption against him. Then he returned to his post without knowing the reasons for his return, and this gave birth to our great doubts."

She explained that "the position of the governor of the central bank is an important sovereign position, and a professional and honest person must be named for this position and go to nominate the competing candidate, director of the legal department in the central bank, as he has full specifications to occupy the position." End / AD 25

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/09/02/492911/

 

Email my source just to ask them what they have heard?

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 2020-09-02 10:18
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Al-Kadhimi applies major changes in high economic positions

 

Shafaq News / The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, applies major shuffles in high economic positions in the country.

 

 

A document issued by the Director of the Prime Minister's Office, Raed Jouhi, stated that the prime minister decided to transfer the services of Khaled Salah al-Din Murad, Director-General of the Iraqi Fund for external Development to the position of Director-General of the Public Debt Department in the ministry. The PM also assigned Mrs. Beren Abdel Salam Qasim Al-Khafaf, as Director-General of the Iraqi Fund for External Development.

 

 

 

Al-Kadhimi also decided to transfer the senior director in the economic department in the ministry, Rashad Khudair Waheed, to the Agricultural Cooperative Bank and assigned him to the duties of the bank’s general manager. In addition, Ms. Najah Abbas Ali, director-general of the Insurance Bureau, was transferred to the Economic Department and assigned to the position of the director-general of the department.

 

 

Hussain Ali Muheisen Al-Zubaidi, the Assistant General Manager of Al-Rafidain Bank, was handed the duties of the General Manager of the Bank.

 

https://www.shafaaq.com/en/Iraq-News/Al-Kadhimi-applies-major-changes-in-high-economic-positions

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"On Wednesday, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Alia Nassif, considered the nomination of the Prime Minister’s advisor, Salem Chalabi,"

 

This sounds like good news to me. If I remember correct, from the start of the war, his uncle was one of the main guys pushing for America to get involved and kick Saddam out. Far as I can tell, looking at his wiki bio, he is very pro-American.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salem_Chalabi

 

No doubt the Chalabi family are crooks like the rest of them, but they are pro-American crooks. That's as good as it get, in Iraq. His wiki bio says:

-American and British educated....very good

-hated Saddam, tried to get him for Crimes Against Humanity...very good

-was appointed to the anti-Saddam commission by Paul Bremer, head of American occupy force...very good, trusted

-his uncle Ahmed Chalabi was critically involved in inviting American to kick Saddam out...very good

-worked with an American law firm and British law firm...very good

-had an American Jewish business and law partner he worked with

 

Comment: banking is all about trust. International banking is based on central banks in various countries around the world, that have common rules, work together with other central banks in other countries, working together as a fraternity of common rules, to promote stability and economic growth and international trade and prosperity. Trading currency is part of this and that's why this is important to us. We need someone in that community that can be trusted by other bankers. The banking system, it all runs and depends on common international social trust and rules. His profile sounds like he is a good choice.

 

Chalabi is American and British educated, so he fits right in with this elite banking community, knows many of the players personally, they know him, obviously trust him. For an Arab he's particularly open minded because he has Jewish American friends and business partners. America is the dominant economy in the world, the dominant economic power, the dominant banking power. America is the most influential country in running the world's financial infrastructure and most of it runs out of New York City. It's all mostly run by Americans. American money men run the world's banks....the IFM, World Bank and many major global banks are run out of New York City. Chalabi is trusted by these people. Good sign.

 

Another good indicator: Tel Aviv in Israel has the largest Jewish population of any city in the world. The second highest Jewish population of any city in the world is New York City. Other than Israel, the highest number of Jewish people in any country in the world are located in the United States, in New York City. They are represented in high numbers in banking. Because of all this, American banking has a very high number of Jewish-Americans at the top of that community. Chalabi has Jewish friends. That's a positive sign. The fact that the Chalabi is not antisemitic is a positive thing. I means he'll be trusted and get along with many of the people who run the international banking system, out of New York. 

 

Good news? Maybe...We'll see how this goes. Chalabi seems on paper, an ideal candidate to RV their currency and integrate Iraq into the world banking system. My guess is, this is very good news. :goodnews:

 

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17 hours ago, stanleypower said:

The translation is tough on this one but it sounds like Kazemi’s guy was found to be corrupt. 

 

the way ive researched it was Kaz's pick for new cbi gov. was investigated but not charged his uncle on the other hand who shared the same last name was a corrupt crook and fled iraq with charges against him  and with the stolen money

Kaz's pick appears to be a lawyer by trade educated in the best schools in the world , who knows whats up really , the guy could just be a super smart thief lol just joking , but im hoping for a positive anyway iraq can get one and for its investors ... letsroll

 

 

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1 hour ago, 3n1 said:

 

the way ive researched it was Kaz's pick for new cbi gov. was investigated but not charged his uncle on the other hand who shared the same last name was a corrupt crook and fled iraq with charges against him  and with the stolen money

Kaz's pick appears to be a lawyer by trade educated in the best schools in the world , who knows whats up really , the guy could just be a super smart thief lol just joking , but im hoping for a positive anyway iraq can get one and for its investors ... letsroll

 

 

Thanks for the insight 3n1. Hoping this guy is the real deal and gets it done!

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6 hours ago, Rochester said:

 

"On Wednesday, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Alia Nassif, considered the nomination of the Prime Minister’s advisor, Salem Chalabi,"

 

This sounds like good news to me. If I remember correct, from the start of the war, his uncle was one of the main guys pushing for America to get involved and kick Saddam out. Far as I can tell, looking at his wiki bio, he is very pro-American.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salem_Chalabi

 

No doubt the Chalabi family are crooks like the rest of them, but they are pro-American crooks. That's as good as it get, in Iraq. His wiki bio says:

-American and British educated....very good

-hated Saddam, tried to get him for Crimes Against Humanity...very good

-was appointed to the anti-Saddam commission by Paul Bremer, head of American occupy force...very good, trusted

-his uncle Ahmed Chalabi was critically involved in inviting American to kick Saddam out...very good

-worked with an American law firm and British law firm...very good

-had an American Jewish business and law partner he worked with

 

Comment: banking is all about trust. International banking is based on central banks in various countries around the world, that have common rules, work together with other central banks in other countries, working together as a fraternity of common rules, to promote stability and economic growth and international trade and prosperity. Trading currency is part of this and that's why this is important to us. We need someone in that community that can be trusted by other bankers. The banking system, it all runs and depends on common international social trust and rules. His profile sounds like he is a good choice.

 

Chalabi is American and British educated, so he fits right in with this elite banking community, knows many of the players personally, they know him, obviously trust him. For an Arab he's particularly open minded because he has Jewish American friends and business partners. America is the dominant economy in the world, the dominant economic power, the dominant banking power. America is the most influential country in running the world's financial infrastructure and most of it runs out of New York City. It's all mostly run by Americans. American money men run the world's banks....the IFM, World Bank and many major global banks are run out of New York City. Chalabi is trusted by these people. Good sign.

 

Another good indicator: Tel Aviv in Israel has the largest Jewish population of any city in the world. The second highest Jewish population of any city in the world is New York City. Other than Israel, the highest number of Jewish people in any country in the world are located in the United States, in New York City. They are represented in high numbers in banking. Because of all this, American banking has a very high number of Jewish-Americans at the top of that community. Chalabi has Jewish friends. That's a positive sign. The fact that the Chalabi is not antisemitic is a positive thing. I means he'll be trusted and get along with many of the people who run the international banking system, out of New York. 

 

Good news? Maybe...We'll see how this goes. Chalabi seems on paper, an ideal candidate to RV their currency and integrate Iraq into the world banking system. My guess is, this is very good news. :goodnews:

 

Oh Rochester....I like the way you think! Thanks for sharing 

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6 hours ago, Rochester said:

 

"On Wednesday, a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Alia Nassif, considered the nomination of the Prime Minister’s advisor, Salem Chalabi,"

 

This sounds like good news to me. If I remember correct, from the start of the war, his uncle was one of the main guys pushing for America to get involved and kick Saddam out. Far as I can tell, looking at his wiki bio, he is very pro-American.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salem_Chalabi

 

No doubt the Chalabi family are crooks like the rest of them, but they are pro-American crooks. That's as good as it get, in Iraq. His wiki bio says:

-American and British educated....very good

-hated Saddam, tried to get him for Crimes Against Humanity...very good

-was appointed to the anti-Saddam commission by Paul Bremer, head of American occupy force...very good, trusted

-his uncle Ahmed Chalabi was critically involved in inviting American to kick Saddam out...very good

-worked with an American law firm and British law firm...very good

-had an American Jewish business and law partner he worked with

 

Comment: banking is all about trust. International banking is based on central banks in various countries around the world, that have common rules, work together with other central banks in other countries, working together as a fraternity of common rules, to promote stability and economic growth and international trade and prosperity. Trading currency is part of this and that's why this is important to us. We need someone in that community that can be trusted by other bankers. The banking system, it all runs and depends on common international social trust and rules. His profile sounds like he is a good choice.

 

Chalabi is American and British educated, so he fits right in with this elite banking community, knows many of the players personally, they know him, obviously trust him. For an Arab he's particularly open minded because he has Jewish American friends and business partners. America is the dominant economy in the world, the dominant economic power, the dominant banking power. America is the most influential country in running the world's financial infrastructure and most of it runs out of New York City. It's all mostly run by Americans. American money men run the world's banks....the IFM, World Bank and many major global banks are run out of New York City. Chalabi is trusted by these people. Good sign.

 

Another good indicator: Tel Aviv in Israel has the largest Jewish population of any city in the world. The second highest Jewish population of any city in the world is New York City. Other than Israel, the highest number of Jewish people in any country in the world are located in the United States, in New York City. They are represented in high numbers in banking. Because of all this, American banking has a very high number of Jewish-Americans at the top of that community. Chalabi has Jewish friends. That's a positive sign. The fact that the Chalabi is not antisemitic is a positive thing. I means he'll be trusted and get along with many of the people who run the international banking system, out of New York. 

 

Good news? Maybe...We'll see how this goes. Chalabi seems on paper, an ideal candidate to RV their currency and integrate Iraq into the world banking system. My guess is, this is very good news. :goodnews:

 

WOW is all I can say here

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10 hours ago, Rochester said:

No doubt the Chalabi family are crooks like the rest of them, but they are pro-American crooks

 

 Too funny rochester , now im bristling with confidence and gonna quit my job tomorrow ........

american crooks are the nicest u can ever meet .... i know what u are meaning though  ✌️

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