DINAR UPDATES 5-10-16
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Newstime with BGG 5-10-16 Part 1 of 2
bgg says():OK - do you all want the long - drawn out narrative...
Holly1 says():BGG . if I am not here to hear all the news tonight ... TYVM... (F)
bgg says():or my short version...
oldmechanic says():short please
bgg says():Yeah - yeah - yeah.
bouch69 says):You are the man
rdub0253 says():short and percise please
Holly1 says to bgg():ummm just say RV.... works for Holly
bgg says():everyone wants that ...
mydinar100 says():give it your best shot
belkat says():long please we learn more
larrykn says to Hutch():long and drawin out
bgg says to mydinar100():Please...
bgg says to Dinarian1():and you have NO IDEA... I am soooooooo much more incorrect" than that
caravaggio says():Long and always interesting
Dinarian1 says():OH... we are all in for it now!
bgg says to Holly1():Well thanks for all the effort Holly Tamale!!
MrsBGG says to bgg():Yes, thank you Holly girl! We appreciate you
maine says():i am getting older by the minute here!
bgg says():Here are the two big things...
bouch69 says():BGG Group going Public
MrsBGG says():Okay, it's Newstime!! If you have a questions or comment , please use your ?, Thank you!
bgg says():1) We are right in the middle of reform - political parties, GOI and fiscal (that is the part you care most about)...
THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE...
2) without Sadr and anywhere from 1-2 million of his followers trampling around the Green Zone - this never gets this close!! He is supporting Abadi and the "technocrat movement" ... mostly...
MrsBGG says():that was the short version
bgg says():Ok - now for the "why"...
bgg says():You all did ask for it that way.
belkat says():not me !
bgg says():and that is what I did...now - here's why...
maine says():i like that
bgg says():Here's some interesting insight...
Deputy accused of "al-Maliki and al-Sadr" of trying to "acquisition" of the resolution
Charges MP and leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Xuan Daoudi, on Monday, all of the leaders of a coalition of state law, Nuri al-Maliki and Moqtada al-Sadr of trying to "acquisitions" on the political resolution, and stressed that the National Alliance, "no longer exists", and Sunni leaders have become "homeless Kjmahearham" , and the Kurdistan Alliance faces a "divided and fragmented,"...
bgg says():This insight is from a MP from the PUK... (kind of the "outsider" of an "outsider party"... ) - decent insight, but not entirely "spot on"...
He's saying Maliki and Sadr (from a Kurd view point - "they all look the same") are bent on hi-jacking this process and acquiring power. The problem with that point of view... Sadr has NOTHING to lose... and Maliki has EVERYTHING to lose. So it's not a "perfect prism" - so to speak...
He's saying the NA doesn't exist anymore... and that is more in a "perverbial sense" than anything - but probably (at least functionally) right...
the Sunnis are "homeless" and the KA (the "arch-rival" of the PUK to the North) is divided as well (which I am skeptical of... but who knows?)
bgg says():The storming of the parliament as a "black day in the history of Iraq's description," counting the whole of Iraq, "live today and the legitimacy of the leadership and the leaders of the crisis."
The MP said Xuan Daoudi, in a statement, said that "Iraq is a leadership crisis hit its components three main different forms, leading to paralysis," returned to "Shiites who were previously discuss all political issues in the framework of the National Alliance and take decisions that are required in question, divided into three different currents, the first State of law coalition of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who is seeking to acquire the Shiite decision by the parliamentary majority. "
bgg says():The biggest things to get here are:
1) the speaker views the storming of the Parliament as VERY BAD (however, there was no real damage done - just normal protests - if this were Egypt... that stuff would STILL BE BURNING...)
and without it - you and I are much farther from the finish line than we are.
he recovers the political turmoil to end up with exposing Maliki's attempt at a power grab in Parliament recently (you know - the failed one...)
No doubt - the Shias are split. This is good for us.
bgg says():He said Daoudi, that "the current second is the Liberal Shiite Urubi, led by Moqtada al-Sadr, who tries as a result of weakness in the parliament to move street to impose their demands on behalf of the people,"
noting that the "third stream includes all of the mass of citizens and led by Ammar al-Hakim, by the Supreme Council Islamic, and Hadi al-Amiri by the Badr Organization, and Hashem al-Hashemi, by virtue bloc, led by the religious authority, Mohammed al-Yacoubi, and seeks the power to take the intermediate positions between the former currents, and believes in the Constitution and national partnership and the rule of law and believes that the Iraqi political process will not succeed without the Kurds and the Sunnis. "
bgg says():Here's where it gets a little wacky...
this guy essentially aligns himself with Hakim and Ameri (both of whom I am VERY SUPICIOUS of right now)... leave it to the PUK to line up with some real $4iT bags...
(that whole last line is pure propaganda... Sadr is ALL FOR THE IRAQI people - as a platform)... if those other CATS were all that in favor on the constitution - they would be accused of the corruption they are.
bgg says():He said Daoudi, that "the Kurds in Baghdad once enjoyed the pivotal character is Jalal Talabani, a strong alliance between the political limb, parliamentary and one block, is the Kurdistan Alliance," Msttrda that "the Kurdistan Alliance is facing a state of division and fragmentation, and the Kurdistan region was enjoying institutions legitimacy and an elected president and parliament voted him a powerful opposition, but all that no longer exists today.
bgg says():Skipping down to this part - where the Kurds (and most importantly this speaker - from the PUK - which, BTW can ROYALLY ki$$ my @$$ - these TURDS had a chance WAY BACK in during Maliki's first term to withdraw confidence from him... and they didn't do it - got bought off back then) don't have their "traditional alliances"... boo hoo... freakin' hoo...
bgg says():the article finishes with some blah, blah, blabitty blah... will Abadi get it done blah, blah, blah...
Yes - I think he will. ESPECIALLY with this support from 2 million of Sadr's supporters... we might have just seen the T-Rex at the end of Jurassic Park turn into the HERO...
MrsBGG says():Does anyone have any questions ?
bouch69 says():That was so insightful and funny as $i.... remembered