AppleAnnie: Anyone on the Landa call?
Beams: Jerzy: Rv has started . Exchanges happening at High levels.. (in quadtrillions on a 1-1 basis). Public within this month. Doug confirmed that skr accts are being hydrated
Doug said the NDAs are really strong even down to our children. Also that the exchanges are 80/20. 80 percent for Humanatarian projects. 20 percent you can keep
Healthnut: Sounds good Beams, looks like we are not far behind.
Appleannie: Thanks Beams. My personal opinion is us after or a the same time as they get theirs.
Beams: If skrs are being hydrated.. imo.. groups can start anytime now
Beams: Jerzy also said that Elders have released some Cash accts which are for reconstruction projects .. including projects in the united states
Beams: Doug: Soveriegns first. then groups.. groups include the internet people.. then the Public
Chief53: From a friend, they said 800#s to be expected this afternoon & we will see this tonight or tomorrow morning...What say you Beams
Beams: Very possible Chief
Beams: My information today was very slow.. but it was exactly what I needed to hear to make me feel that this is going to be a very good week…. I know how it feels when it gets quiet. I waited all day for this call and was delighted to hear what they are saying
Beams: Doug is now saying Gens/64 is WF and they are a very good group
Beams: Jerzy: Elders and Royals are making sure this is going to be a good transition. I think we will all be safe
GJHonor: Beams are we what they call the soveriegn rate people because of the ZIM ???
Beams: Gjh. No. Sovereigns he speaks of are countries
UncleBig: chief and beams, my contacts have been absolutely tight lipped last I heard was be ready this week
Beams: yep.. Unclebig. same
Cornerstone: I TAKE IT AS A GOOD SIGN THAT INFO HAS BEEN SCARCE? THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM?
StarChild: China's New Silk Road To Make A Big Move In Gold
Submitted by Nick Giambruno via InternationalMan.com,
It’s one of the great engineering achievements in history…
At 48 miles long, the Panama Canal cuts through a narrow strip of land in Central America.
It links up the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, allowing ships to pass through the landmass instead of sailing around a whole continent.
Ships pay dearly to use this shortcut… up to $375,000 for a one-way toll.
It’s worth the price.
There’s only one other route between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans: a 7,872-mile journey around the tip of South America.
This trip can take weeks and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in fuel.
The U.S. built the Panama Canal in the early 1900s. At a cost of $9 billion in today’s dollars, it was the most expensive construction project in U.S. history at the time.
So when other countries (including Germany and Japan) tried to build a second canal in nearby Nicaragua, the U.S. wouldn’t have it. A second canal, just 500 miles away, would dilute its value.
In 1912, the U.S. military even occupied Nicaragua to make sure there would be no Nicaraguan canal.
And there never was.
But that’s all about to change…
The Chinese are preparing to build a Nicaraguan Canal. Like the Panama Canal, it will be a shortcut for ships to pass through Central America.
If all goes to plan, China will finish its canal in about 10 years.
And here’s the thing…
China’s Nicaraguan Canal is just a small piece of a much larger strategy of building strategic infrastructure to bypass U.S. control.
The focal point of this strategy is a project called the “New Silk Road.” And if China has its way, the New Silk Road will help China dethrone the U.S. as the dominant world power.
The New Silk Road is the biggest story you’re not hearing about. The U.S. media has barely made a peep about it. Maybe because it’s just too big and complex to fit into soundbites…
The World’s Most Ambitious Infrastructure Project
For over a thousand years, the ancient Silk Road was the world’s most important land route. It was a main trade route for lucrative Chinese silk.
At 4,000 miles long, it passed through a chain of empires and civilizations and connected China to Europe. Merchant Marco Polo traveled to the Orient on this path.
Today, China’s New Silk Road will include high-speed rail lines, modern highways, fiber optic cables, energy pipelines, seaports, and airports. It will link the Atlantic shores of Europe with the Pacific shores of Asia. It’s history’s biggest infrastructure project.
New Silk Road Routes
Chinese President Xi Jinping announced the gigantic plan in late 2013. The Chinese government rules by consensus. They’re careful long-term planners. When they make a strategic decision of this magnitude, they’re totally committed.
Plus, the Chinese have the political will to pull it off… and the financial, technological, and physical resources to make it happen.
There’s a saying that the new national bird of China is the construction crane. I was recently in Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Macau, and I can see why. These cities are full of impressive buildings and large skyscrapers.
The plan is still in the early stages, but important pieces are already falling into place. Late last year, a train carrying containerized goods left Yiwu, China. It arrived in Madrid, Spain, 21 days later. It was the first shipment across Eurasia on the Yiwu-Madrid route, which is now the longest train route in the world. It’s one of the first components of the New Silk Road.
In short, the New Silk Road is all about building alternatives to U.S. power.
Part of that, of course, is displacing the U.S. dollar, the world’s premier currency.
So it should be no surprise that China’s New Silk Road project is about to make its first big move in the gold market.
China’s Gold, a Threat to Dollar Dominance
According to recent press reports in Asia, China’s $40 billion New Silk Road Fund is likely to make a bid for a gold mine in Kazakhstan.
The Vasilkovskoye mine is owned by Glencore, an Anglo-Swiss mining company. It produced 380,000 ounces of gold last year. The New Silk Road Fund is considering buying it for $2 billion.
This is just the beginning...
China will continue to build new infrastructure for the New Silk Road. And continue to accumulate lots more gold.
This is not good news for the U.S.
Most people don’t realize it, but if the dollar loses its status as the world’s reserve currency, the dollar would collapse. It would cause a financial hurricane of historic proportions. It would be much worse, much longer, and very different than what we saw in 2008 and 2009.
GoodTimes1: What happened to the mastercards that Iraq said they were going to hand out on the second of aug?
Yada: Goodtimes,,Ray confirmed they received them at the 1.18 rate but expected to see the rate increased later this week
Aug 4 was the initiation of the ISX,,Ray is expected to have some details confirmed after that,,,,Ray was asked about this on OM,,he stated expecting to go any moment now,,,stated RV is done and expects us to be finished and expects most to be in within the first few days of release, stated the ones not taking the contract rate and waiting for the rates to increase may exchange in Sept with some waiting until Oct.
Groups will have been in and the public will have been in afterwards
Steadfast: hmmm, seems interesting that now Ray is talking about a September date.
Yada: only in the light of after the fact of the RV,,not saying the RV is released in September
KTFA Monday Night Conference Call
Approx.184 minutes long
The first part is Business Promo and the second part is Dinar/Iraq Intel
PLAYBACK # : 641.715.3639 PIN: 156996#
Edwww: Where are they getting this kind of money???
ReddStarr: IRAQ'S MINISTRY OF MIGRATION: 147 BILLION IQD ASSISTANCE DELIVERED TO THREE KURDISH PROVINCES!
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region- The Iraqi Migration Minister Darbaz Muhammed announced that Iraq has given 147 billion Iraqi Dinars (approximately $126 million) of assistance to three provinces that make up the Kurdistan Region to help The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) with the current inflow of refugees and displaced persons.
Muhammed told Rudaw that following the budget law the Iraqi government has helped Kurdistan shelter refugees in its three provinces.
According to the minister the assistance was delivered as follows:
* 107 billion IQD assistance to Duhok
* 20 billion IQD assistance to Erbil
* 20 billion IQD assistance to Sulaimani
Muhammed said that only 15% of the internally displaced people (IDP’s) are sheltered in camps where they are taken care of by international organizations.
“85% of the Iraqi refugees are staying in rented houses and this has helped to revive the Kurdistan region market because 50% of them have an annual salary,” he said.
Around 1.8 million refugees, IDPs and migrants have now taken shelter in Kurdish controlled territories in northern Iraq. The Kurdish authority does not have the financial capability to support all of them them, says the Kurdish Chief of Foreign Relations, Falah Mustafa.
There will be at least five new camps in the outskirts of Dohuk city as the province prepares for a second wave of refugees which are expected to flee Mosul ahead of the looming operation to drive Islamic State (ISIS) militants out of that key city.
Kurdish officials told Rudaw that the monthly cost of maintaining the refugee camps in the Kurdish territories is well above $100 million, which is more than what the KRG can cope with given the ongoing war against ISIS and the withholding of funds from Baghdad due to the current political gridlock.
Lise Grande, the UN humanitarian coordinator for Iraq, has said military operations to retake areas held by the Islamic State group have already forced hundreds of thousands to leave their homes. She said the anticipated offensive to drive out ISIS from the area will likely trigger the current humanitarian crisis to deteriorate further.