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Eddinar

Ch. 7 Gov't Rumor....

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Thanks Eddinar.....glad you stuck around to bring this to us.....go RV already!!!!

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Just above a toddler's age's...even some children in China...have cell phone's with camera's built in em'....we need to recruit them young-un's...to report to us...with links, pics, "please".....lol....

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Friends: This is circulating: People are reporting from TV news that

Chapter 7 Sanctions have been lifted from Iraq and that their national government is seated (not just behind closed doors). This is visible on Canadian TV and also on Australian television. Eventually US TV channels will be “allowed” to report it.

President Obama’s announcement that Iraq is a sovereign nation probably meant that Chapter 7 had been lifted as of Wednesday Sept 1. Sovereign nations don’t have UN sanctions. Sanctions indicate that a nation has lost its sovereignty until they fulfill certain actions or goals.

Most nations of the world await the RI (Reinstitution) or RV (Revaluation) – All is in place. The PIG Countries expect to be saved from bankruptcy (Portugal, Italy, Greece). The country buying the most Dinar was China.

The currency exchange rate is expected to be (at a minimum) $3.21 per Dinar. But within weeks it may float upward to 4 or 5 dollars, as happened when Kuwait revalued their money 9 years ago.

Brought this over from another Dinar news source...don't know who the original poster is but I'm trying to verify any validity to this...

This is all I could find on Chapter 7 being lifted:

http://usatrends.net/tag-chapter-7-for-iraq-has-been-lifted-sept-3-2010

USA TRENDS News Today in USA – Top 20 Trends Update Daily

One line statement “Chapter 7 For Iraq Has Been Lifted Sept 3 2010”

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I saw this post earlier today ,I think it originally came from Honeypaws or someone with a name much like that. I live in Australia (Brisbane) and I can tell you I have not seen anything like that on the news

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To state Obama wouldn't or even couldn't make that statement unless, please remember who we are talking about.

I really hope the removal of sanctions comes to past. IMO it hasn't happened yet, this would be a major

news story and would be on every channel.

Thanks for the post

Go RV/RI

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Friends: This is circulating: People are reporting from TV news that

Chapter 7 Sanctions have been lifted from Iraq and that their national government is seated (not just behind closed doors). This is visible on Canadian TV and also on Australian television. Eventually US TV channels will be “allowed” to report it.

President Obama’s announcement that Iraq is a sovereign nation probably meant that Chapter 7 had been lifted as of Wednesday Sept 1. Sovereign nations don’t have UN sanctions. Sanctions indicate that a nation has lost its sovereignty until they fulfill certain actions or goals.

Most nations of the world await the RI (Reinstitution) or RV (Revaluation) – All is in place. The PIG Countries expect to be saved from bankruptcy (Portugal, Italy, Greece). The country buying the most Dinar was China.

The currency exchange rate is expected to be (at a minimum) $3.21 per Dinar. But within weeks it may float upward to 4 or 5 dollars, as happened when Kuwait revalued their money 9 years ago.

Brought this over from another Dinar news source...don't know who the original poster is but I'm trying to verify any validity to this...

Come on train....

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