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Sunday Afternoon Opinions @ 4:33 PM CST - 1/17/2021


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Good Afternoon DV, here's a few opinions & comments that might be of interest to you. Remember, no one really  knows what will happen, or when. They're simply stating their opinions based on what  they perceive to be happening in Iraq. :twothumbs:RON

 

 

*** Pimpy *** Article: "The Foreign Ministry talks about its measures to remove Iraq from the list of money laundering"  This is good. They need to get off this list. There's all kinds of sanction and penalties...with Iraq for being so corrupt over the last couple decades. They're really starting to get their ducks in a row...we want them off this list.  That's a good thing.

 

*** Pimpy *** Article: "American diplomat James Jeffrey: Trump's model will continue in Iraq and Syria"  This article is long but what it does it goes on to explain that the way Trump approached dealing with the Middle East obviously was nothing like prior administrations...he would go down to the ground level and speak directly to those who were boots on the ground and from there make his own decisions.  It worked obviously.  

 

 

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