_[bluedog] michigander0131 this 7 issue was it you and I think I brought one article that they could resolve chpt7 by giving them investments in Iraq seems their behind the times with this article don't you think
[michigander0131] The Iraqi List, decided during a meeting Sunday night and ending the boycott of the meetings of the Minister Council of Ministers, is prohibited without a meeting, Iyad Allawi and Salih al-Mutlaq.
A source in the Iraqi List, told all of Iraq [where] Sunday that "the components of the existing unanimously decided in its meeting held Sunday evening in the presence of the majority of its leaders except President Iyad Allawi, leader of the Saleh al-Mutlaq, the return of its ministers to the meetings of the Council of Ministers and end the boycott decision."
He added that "the Iraqi List, the meeting discussed the overall developments in the Iraq
[michigander0131] bluedog yes it could be but i would like to see an article that actually says that malliki went there like he was supposed too
[tina] bluedog are you going to chat for a while?
[bluedog] tina yes just got home so yes
[tina] bluedog ok cool
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_[lookingforloot1] bluedog great, please bring us some news and your thinking on it.
[bluedog] michigander0131 there was another article today about him going
[michigander0131] bluedog yes i seen it ...but they just keep eluding as to when
[michigander0131] or if it has already happened
[michigander0131] crazy Iraqis
[bluedog] but they are just excuses to why he can go now he waits till there new government is seated and complete sounds like Iraq
[michigander0131] Date: Monday 02/06/2012 9:03 Baghdad (news) .. Description of the Central Bank of the case of the rise of the dollar as the air bubble is empty, which will be gone and can control them, pointing at the same time have the highest balance of reserves up to (60) Mllardolar. Deputy Central Bank of the appearance of the benefit (of the Agency news) said on Sunday:
The case of the rise of the dollar in recently obtained due to the weak local production and the withdrawal of foreign exchange through import materials and foreign goods. He explained: that the central bank began developing specific conditions for those wishing to buy the currency, including proof of his personality a certified check as the sale to (3) million after what was (200) million . mentioned: that the central bank has control over the liquidity of the mechanisms studied such as the withdrawal dinar from the market should return exit the dollar, and this is the case of the balance sheet of the Central Bank which is one.
bluedog] Malikis trip will not be anytime soon according to the news
[michigander0131] Abizaid and favor: that the withdrawal of the dollar markets do not offset by the withdrawal of the national currency is born a kind of imbalance in the exchange rate of the dollar and gave the impression of height in front of the dinar. http://www.ikhnews.com/news_view_32185.html
[tina] bluedog U think they are protecting him from something?
[bluedog] we have listen to thisfor sometime now
[michigander0131] BAGHDAD, Feb. 5 (AKnews) – The Iraqi government wishes to settle its issues with Kuwait through the implementation of investment projects for Kuwaiti companies in Iraq. It is hoped that the initiative will convince Kuwait to help lift the UN’s Chapter 7 sanctions imposed on Iraq. Maryam al-Rayes, an adviser to the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, said the PM will discuss the issue during his scheduled visit to Kuwait at the end of March. Plans for an earlier visit were postponed
[bluedog] tina his trip to Kuwait is not needed and they know it.......it can be handled over the phone
[michigander0131] “Kuwait wants to have good relations with Iraq based on the exchange of economic and commercial interests between the two countries,” said Rayes. There are several issues lingering between Kuwait and Iraq that frequently spark tensions between the two neighbors: shared oil fields, land and water border demarcations, and the controversial Kuwaiti Mubarak Port which Iraqis believe will take business away from their ports and affect fishermen working in the Gulf.
Iraq is also criticizing Kuwait for its support of the UN’s Chapter 7 sanctions that were imposed on Iraq after the Second Gulf War in 1991. Kuwait demands reparations for the Iraqi invasion, disclosure of the fate of Kuwaiti MIAs and the return of the remains of Kuwaiti POW's. Without Kuwait’s approval, it is unlikely that the UN Security Council will lift the Chapter 7 sanctions. A decision on Chapter 7 is expected to be made by the UN Security Council in June.
[michigander0131] bluedog yes that is so true just one phone call
[bluedog] excuses to hold things so the Iraqi people do not storm the Green Zone
[michigander0131] they are gonna push it to june so that the un has to do something
[bluedog] that will be coming soon if they don't have a better Dance than what they have done so far
[tina] michigander0131 why do you think June?
[michigander0131] as long as they can keep there citizens thinking things are going forward they stay relatively calm
[bluedog] what can we tell our people tomorrow
[michigander0131] tina thats when the UN meets again about ch7
[tina] michigander0131 gotcha
[michigander0131] bluedog exactly its a game
[bluedog] michigander0131 exactly let them think we are moving forward
[tina] bluedog michigander0131 hopefully the citizens will realize it is not happening fast enough and do something
[bluedog] But the people are starting to not buy into it
[michigander0131] my concern is we have Israel threating to bomb Iran
[tina] bluedog do you think it would cause an uprising
[georgiamom57] that is so unfair to their people who have waited so long
[bluedog] Hope the Green Zone walls our strong
[tina] georgiamom57 i agree
[michigander0131] tina you would think so ...they have got to be getting sick of the conditions they live in
[tina] michigander0131 maybe it is because they don't know any different
[tina] wish they could get some education up in there...
[georgiamom57] tina I agree that is all they have ever known
[michigander0131] tina they had better conditions when Saddam was in power.. full time electric running water ext ext
[bluedog] tina yes it could start a uprising
[tina] michigander0131 wow... well somebody has to push some buttons
[bluedog] but they calmed this down before
[tina] as long as they all seem "Ok" with it... nothing is going to happen
[georgiamom57] they better push some fast sounds like
[michigander0131] yes they know what its like to have good conditions.... they were there once
[michigander0131] before the war
[tina] so sad IMO
[georgiamom57] michigander0131 didn't realize that
[michigander0131] georgiamom57 yes research it Iraq was a very beautiful country and had lots of wealth
[michigander0131] Saddam was taking most of the money but they had electricity and running water and sewer 24/7
[bluedog] And of coarse Maliki's son owns most of the Media and the ones he does not own here you go......Maliki is made $ 20 million to establish a Task Force press release in support of his positions and projected for his opponents............today news............ http://translate.googleu ··· jyHnLLfQ
[michigander0131] bluedog yea i seen that one that's just crazy he wants to be dictator
[michigander0131] and we are letting him...don't get it
[bluedog] this news agency better Hide or get out of town
[JMacLuvsGET] bluedog do I dare ask which media outlets are most objective? I don't know which are which, so I tend to ignore them all. That leads me to miss a LOT, as you can imagine.
[tina] michigander0131 Are we able to stop him? If they are their own government do we have the ability to "say something"
[bluedog] eurphates news not to bad
[bluedog] independent news agency
[michigander0131] tina i'm not sure how much pull we have now.......big O really didnt help the Iraqis with his idea of an early pull out it quit apparent now
[JMacLuvsGET] bluedog that's great to know. Thanks!
[tina] michigander0131 maybe he did that for the votes ya know..
[bluedog] but there getting killed faster than they can write
[michigander0131] tina shhhhh Dems in here
[tina] All the parties do stuff for votes ya know
JMacLuvsGET] tina nice save : )
[JMacLuvsGET] tina ...but you're right
[tina] you know me... like to keep the peace
[bjj (Barb)] Yes they do tina
[michigander0131] its just sad to see all that we did falling apart....if we would of just stuck around a little longer things might have gone a little smother
[georgiamom57] tina thats our Tina nice and peaceful
[bluedog] tina they do
[georgiamom57] michigander0131 yes it is very sad
[michigander0131] tina yes both parties do dumb stuff occasionally
[tina] michigander0131 well I guess we will never know.. uughghghg
[michigander0131] but one thing is for sure IT WILL HAPPEN
[georgiamom57] seems like most still have zipped lips
[bjj (Barb)] michigander0131 , and soon we hope...
[tina] michigander0131 AMEN
brandwight] Get team, thanks for providing us all the opportunity to be able to communicate like this. decades ago there was a radio program called fiction and fact from Sam's almanac. You wrote a question they would tell if it were true. So many other sites use only fictional information.
[bluedog] michigander0131 was there any real good news out today If there was I missed it
[bjj (Barb)] brandwight , that may be true but I am sure some of them have facts too.
[tina] brandwight thank you Dwight... I am hoping to get us back to a more discussion oriented group
[michigander0131] bluedog you know today was unusually quiet.............
[michigander0131] CBI only talked about how they boosted there currency sales back up to where they were a couple weeks ago[georgiamom57] michigander0131 I saw two articles one saying they were discussing the budget tomorrow and one saying due to lack of a quarum
[tina] georgiamom57 take a pick
[michigander0131] georgiamom57 well parliament postponed but the house was in session
[bluedog] michigander0131 yeah Quiet and Negative so that sounds good then
[bjj (Barb)] Maybe the parliament accomplished what they needed to do...
[michigander0131] bluedog im not sure what to think of them boosting there currency sales back up
Iraqi crisis deepens with immunity lift BAGHDAD Shiite PM Nouri al-Maliki’s government charges Sunni MP al-Mulla for insulting the judiciary. Hürriyet photo Iraq’s Shiite-led government wants to bring charges against a member of the Sunni-backed bloc,
a lawmaker said yesterday, the latest step in a political crisis that erupted just after the United States completed its military withdrawal from the violence-wracked nation. Iraqiya parliamentarian Haidar al-Mulla said he was informed prosecutors were seeking to charge him for insulting the country’s judiciary by lifting his parliamentary immunity from the Shiitealed government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.
Iraqiya accuses al-Maliki of sectarian bias and of trying to push the Sunni-backed bloc out of the government to consolidate his own grip on power. The government set off the crisis by issuing an arrest warrant against the country’s top Sunni official, Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi, charging him with running death squads.
He denied the charges and has been holed up in the semi-autonomous northern Iraq for the duration of the crisis. “We will not be silenced. I have the right to express my opinion and criticize inappropriate acts,” al-Mulla told the Associated Press.
“We will continue our work and expose any mismanagement of affairs in this country.” Iraqiya lawmakers ended a protest of Parliament on Jan. 29. Meanwhile, a Turkmen parliamentary member from the bloc told Anatolia news agency they were set to end their boycott of government.
Arshad Salehi, head of the Iraqi Turkmen Front, has said the Iraqiya’s eight ministers would resume attending Cabinet meetings to ease the crisis. February/07/2012
[michigander0131] Reeny i seen that i think that is just there daily bickering........not all will be happy at same time
[bluedog] michigander0131 the auction was 21 mil right
[tina] brb i am getting some pot roast
[brandwight] Remember the little train that could?
[georgiamom57] tina yummy
[michigander0131] The latest daily currency auction was held in the Central Bank of Iraq on the 6-FEB-2012. The results were as follows: DETAILS NOTES Number of banks 3 Auction price selling dinar / US$ 1166 Auction price buying dinar / US$ —– Amount sold at auction price (US$) 21,871,000 Amount purchased at Auction price (US$) —– Total offers for buying (US$) 21,871,000 Total offers for selling (US$) —–
[michigander0131] Baghdad, February 6 (Rn) – The Central Bank of Iraq that the sales of the dollar rose on Monday to $ 221 million versus $209 million in yesterday’s trading session. The deputy governor of the Central Bank of the appearance of favor, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the central bank sales of dollar today reached to 221 million dollars.” He added that “the problem of selling the difficult process owners need to adapt banking libraries with new mechanisms established by the Bank to prevent the smuggling of currency
[michigander0131] so take your pick
[brandwight] That train is building up steam so that it can burst upward and onward.
[michigander0131] both articles dated feb 6th
[bjj (Barb)] brandwight , pour on the coal.... I think it can, I think it can....lol
[efundz1] that last article looks wrong as the CBI site states 21M in sales today
[michigander0131] just saying both came out today dated today
[JMacLuvsGET] brandwight well I'm sure ready for it to jump on over to that bursting stage
[efundz1] i agree Mich
[michigander0131] but we will get there in due time
[bluedog] michigander0131 they get ya coming and going what to believe
[georgiamom57] michigander0131 I don't have due time on my calendar for some reason
[bjj (Barb)] Ype, lots of smoke, I think.
[bjj (Barb)] Makes your eyes water....
[bluedog] 48 hours to resolve the security ministries .. Dulaimi, a genuine minister of defense and interior Yasiri ...............