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Adam Montana Weekly 27 January 2021


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25 minutes ago, Adam Montana said:

 

3 hours ago, AJACK1445 said:

why can’t they use that 500 Billion they have here in the USA to help with their budget?

Gotta give me more to work with than that. Which pile of money are you referring to?

 

On 6/29/2020 at 1:16 PM, DinarThug said:

Ok - Here U Go ... And Be Sure To Pay Attention To The Last Line Where Mike Pompeo Announces...
 

That There Are $840 Billion Dollars Being Held By The US For Iraq ! :o 

 

Which Is Over A Dozen Times More Than The Already Substantial $50 Billion Dollars CBI Cash Reserves...

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

 

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Former minister and parliamentarian: Al-Kazemi faces 3 very difficult missions ... and reveals the axes of his meeting with Trump


Former minister and parliamentarian: Al-Kazemi faces 3 very difficult missions ... and reveals the axes of his meeting with Trump
 
 
06/28/2020 23:35:55
 
 
The former minister and parliamentarian, Wael Abdul Latif, confirmed that three tasks are very difficult for Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, while he revealed the axes of what will be discussed between Al-Kazemi and the American President Trump.

 

Abdul-Latif said (for Al-Furat News) that "a series of mistakes made by successive governments is required of Al-Kazemi to address them, especially as he faces 3 very difficult tasks (financial, economic, health and the fragile political situation that he lives today) because the political forces are inconsistent with each other." He added, "The strong prime minister is known by taking bold and courageous decisions," noting that "Al-Kazemi won great support system">support from the Iraqi street and has the ability to implement the decisions that he launched." 

Abd al-Latif added, "There is a rule that political blocs avoid always nominating the prime minister, which is that it gives the Prime Minister-designate the confidence to form his cabinet, and he is responsible for it; but the reality of quotas is poor, and political forces do not want to withdraw their hand from positions." He pointed out that "the biggest mistakes made by political parties that they share all the joints of power," noting that "the sale and purchase of ministerial positions is a threat to the entity of the state, and if we remain on the fait accompli, the state will go to the unknown."

Abd al-Latif added, "There is a kind of deliberation in constitutional legal terminology that is unfortunately unfortunate and a lot of people do not distinguish in terminology because the entity is a state and was born in the fifteenth century and ruled by four rules (the people and the region and the authority of politics and sovereignty)", pointing out that "political power was extracted Everything, which represents the people and has sovereignty, therefore, is the most powerful authority in the state.  Al-Kazimi called for "handing over the files of corruption to integrity and ordering a campaign to eliminate corruption and protect them without media noise, and the judiciary is the judge", usually "waving media by holding corrupt people accountable" is incorrect because the rule of law confirms that the accused is innocent until proven guilty by a fair trial and acquire judicial decisions. 

Finally, 

commenting on the arrest of the rocket launchers in Baghdad, Abd al-Latif explained that "in certain circumstances, Tariq al-Hashemi was accused and protected, Rafi al-Issawi, Muhammad al-Daini and Ahmad al-Alwani and decisions were issued against them and these are facts and justice should not be restricted to a specific party but should be applied to all, and now the people with Al-Kazemi and we are with him because he is our authority and prestige, and the parliament can summon him to make a mistake according to the constitutional methods and know the reasons for the arrest. He continued, "The issue of detention is very important. Either Al-Kazemi remains with his prestige and impulsion, or there will be an impact on the authority of the state at the expense of other factions." He pointed out that "the reform should start from the Basra Governorate upward because of the control of some parties, political forces, and gangs fleeing over the province's capabilities from Oil, gas, ports and factories." 

And on the most prominent things that will be discussed in Al-Kazemi’s meeting with the expected US President Donald Trump in Washington, Abdul Latif expected, saying, “Al-Kazemi’s visit to Washington is very important for the future of Iraq, and they welcomed him very much as it is a kind of change in Iraq. One of the axes that will be discussed in addition to granting financial loans." He concluded by saying that "the US Secretary of State Pompeo announced the presence of 840 billion dollars within the country and Iraq can the recall and strengthened the cash situation," expected "Kazmi for a list of names of thieves money year in Iraq".


From The June 24th, 2020 - Weekly Chat ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

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Former minister and parliamentarian: Al-Kazemi faces 3 very difficult missions ... and reveals the axes of his meeting with Trump


Former minister and parliamentarian: Al-Kazemi faces 3 very difficult missions ... and reveals the axes of his meeting with Trump
 
 
06/28/2020 23:35:55
 
 
The former minister and parliamentarian, Wael Abdul Latif, confirmed that three tasks are very difficult for Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, while he revealed the axes of what will be discussed between Al-Kazemi and the American President Trump.

 

Abdul-Latif said (for Al-Furat News) that "a series of mistakes made by successive governments is required of Al-Kazemi to address them, especially as he faces 3 very difficult tasks (financial, economic, health and the fragile political situation that he lives today) because the political forces are inconsistent with each other." He added, "The strong prime minister is known by taking bold and courageous decisions," noting that "Al-Kazemi won great support system">support from the Iraqi street and has the ability to implement the decisions that he launched." 

Abd al-Latif added, "There is a rule that political blocs avoid always nominating the prime minister, which is that it gives the Prime Minister-designate the confidence to form his cabinet, and he is responsible for it; but the reality of quotas is poor, and political forces do not want to withdraw their hand from positions." He pointed out that "the biggest mistakes made by political parties that they share all the joints of power," noting that "the sale and purchase of ministerial positions is a threat to the entity of the state, and if we remain on the fait accompli, the state will go to the unknown."

Abd al-Latif added, "There is a kind of deliberation in constitutional legal terminology that is unfortunately unfortunate and a lot of people do not distinguish in terminology because the entity is a state and was born in the fifteenth century and ruled by four rules (the people and the region and the authority of politics and sovereignty)", pointing out that "political power was extracted Everything, which represents the people and has sovereignty, therefore, is the most powerful authority in the state.  Al-Kazimi called for "handing over the files of corruption to integrity and ordering a campaign to eliminate corruption and protect them without media noise, and the judiciary is the judge", usually "waving media by holding corrupt people accountable" is incorrect because the rule of law confirms that the accused is innocent until proven guilty by a fair trial and acquire judicial decisions. 

Finally, 

commenting on the arrest of the rocket launchers in Baghdad, Abd al-Latif explained that "in certain circumstances, Tariq al-Hashemi was accused and protected, Rafi al-Issawi, Muhammad al-Daini and Ahmad al-Alwani and decisions were issued against them and these are facts and justice should not be restricted to a specific party but should be applied to all, and now the people with Al-Kazemi and we are with him because he is our authority and prestige, and the parliament can summon him to make a mistake according to the constitutional methods and know the reasons for the arrest. He continued, "The issue of detention is very important. Either Al-Kazemi remains with his prestige and impulsion, or there will be an impact on the authority of the state at the expense of other factions." He pointed out that "the reform should start from the Basra Governorate upward because of the control of some parties, political forces, and gangs fleeing over the province's capabilities from Oil, gas, ports and factories." 

And on the most prominent things that will be discussed in Al-Kazemi’s meeting with the expected US President Donald Trump in Washington, Abdul Latif expected, saying, “Al-Kazemi’s visit to Washington is very important for the future of Iraq, and they welcomed him very much as it is a kind of change in Iraq. One of the axes that will be discussed in addition to granting financial loans." He concluded by saying that "the US Secretary of State Pompeo announced the presence of 840 billion dollars within the country and Iraq can the recall and strengthened the cash situation," expected "Kazmi for a list of names of thieves money year in Iraq". 
 
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34 minutes ago, Adam Montana said:

Just in case you missed these comments from last week... check these out: ONE and TWO. ūüí•

 

HCL is such a key component right now. In fact, 98% of this RV hinges on when and how the HCL is finally completed...

 

35 minutes ago, Adam Montana said:

I think you can guess my answer already after reading the links to the articles Thugs posted.
We are so close to the apex of this I simply can't imagine it not popping soon, one way or another!


Here’s One Of The Two HCL Articles From Last Week’s Chat ...

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

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Oil Parliament reveals the completion of the legal drafting of the oil and gas law


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21st January, 2021


The Parliamentary Oil and Gas Committee revealed, on Thursday, that the legal drafting of the oil and gas law has been completed after all disputes regarding it have been addressed and the three components agree, indicating that Parliament will vote on it soon and before the end of its current session.

A member of the committee, Deputy Zaitoun Al-Dulaimi, said in a press interview, that "all the disputes related to the oil and gas law have been handled in accordance with the three components,"indicating that "the legal drafting has been completed and the law has been submitted to the presidency for the purpose of submitting it to a vote."

She added that "the presentation of the law to the vote will take place soon and there are no new obstacles to postponing it," stressing that "the adoption of the law will inevitably be approved during this parliamentary session." 

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44 minutes ago, Adam Montana said:

 

Adam Montana Weekly 27 November 2021

 

7 minutes ago, vato96 said:

Why does it say november 27 2021? Hmm Mr. Adam Montana? Lol


Because EVERY Day Is ‚ÄėThanks‚Äôgiving - According To The Great SandFly ! :o¬†

 

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AAnd Apparently Every Day Also Includes A Daily Happy Hour .....  :cheesehead:
 
 
Be Sure To ‚ÄėThank‚Äô Ur Bartender ...
 
:D  :D  :D 
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" think you can guess my answer already after reading the links to the articles Thugs posted. We are so close to the apex of this I simply can't imagine it not popping soon, one way or another!"

The above was quoted by Mr. Montana.  

SOON,SOON, OMG I'm gonna put a NOOSE around my neck now....take off the "E" from noose , spell it backwards. ...there it is again!!!! LOL......

Thanks Adamūüė≤ūü§™

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Viele Jahre sp√§ter und vom HERZEN aus Deutschland:Danke ... F√ľr alle Informationen ūüėĀ

 

 

 

Translated: Many years later and from the HEART of Germany: Thank you ... for all the information

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3 minutes ago, marepul said:

I can't believe it took you guys so long to chime in on Nov 27??? LOL

 

I noticed it before I clicked on the link. I thought someone had opened an older topic, before I finally caught the error.  It's getting late, and my brain is tard. :D       Thank you Adam.   GO RV!

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4 hours ago, DinarThug said:

 


Because EVERY Day Is ‚ÄėThanks‚Äôgiving - According To The Great SandFly ! :o¬†

 

image.gif.447874c63ca4465b432235268f0a036f.gif

AAnd Apparently Every Day Also Includes A Daily Happy Hour .....  :cheesehead:
 
 
Be Sure To ‚ÄėThank‚Äô Ur Bartender ...
 
:D  :D  :D 

I wonder what ever happened to the great thanker, sandfly! I hope his safe and well! I miss him too!!¬†ūü§†

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