Subject: BLC Administrator lightingcslt Chat 9/4/2013
[lightingcslt] good morning all, you all got a minute?
[tlm724] lightingcslt you bet !!!
[lightingcslt] ok let me get started then
[poopsie] lightingcslt gm yes
[lightingcslt] first off I want to tell you all that I am not a guru. I come in here swaying you all to get ready to march. Why ? because we are as close as we have ever been for this investment to come to realization ! We read articles everyday which is good and bad, they bring us up and bring us down.
That's why I'm here to tell you and joke with you to give you that spirit of just how close we are - now first off I want to thank my wing man therealbubbie for finding this for me
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[lightingcslt] On Thursday, the 15-memebr body agreed that the issue of missing Kuwaiti people, property and archives should be handled under Chapter 6, instead of Chapter 7.
Chapter 6 of the UN Charter urges peaceful resolution of any conflict between the countries, while Chapter 7 authorizes the council to allow measures such as sanctions or military intervention if countries do not meet its demands.
The council’s resolution recognized “the importance of Iraq achieving international standing equal to that which it held prior to (1990).” The decision is regarded as a major political upgrade for Iraq as it struggles to restore its international status a decade after the US-led invasion toppled Saddam in 2003.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari praised the council’s move, saying the move heralds a new start for the ties between Iraq and Kuwait. “This is a new beginning for the relations between our two neighborly and brotherly countries.
This is an example for other countries also to resolve their disputes and differences through peaceful means,” he said. UN diplomatic sources say the only issues regarding Iraq's invasion of Kuwait which remain under Chapter 7 are an arms ban and the country’s payment of USD 52 billion in compensation to Kuwait. Iraq still owes USD 11 billion to Kuwait. It hopes to settle it by 2015. LINK
[lightingcslt] The council’s resolution recognized “the importance of Iraq achieving international standing equal to that which it held prior to (1990).”
[lightingcslt] SEE THIS? have you forgotten about this? Now to be internationally recognized they have to have an international currency.
Now the reason I bring this up is because of what I have been thinking about in the last few days. First off no links to support what I am about to say.
I will tell you last night I scoured the internet looking for anything that would back me up on what I'm about to say...... what if,
just what if they have a deadline to make their currency such a thing, international recognized ? why not?
Contracts all the time have 90 day periods in them, when you get hired on by an employer you are on a 90 day trail period.
So why not a country being let out of a big deal like chapter 7 NOT have the same time period ? So if I'm assuming right when is there 90 days up?
[therealbubbie] sept 27th !
[lightingcslt] right sept 27 and we all know how Iraq does things at the last nano second don't we ? just my theory folks don't know if its that way or not but something to think about for sure.
They can not be an international tradeable country with out a currency for much longer. That's why I keep telling you all this is going down and its going down soon ! lights out
[tlm724] lightingcslt tyvm and point well made !
[rsp1] Thanks for your thoughts, light.
[mathews99] lightingcslt ty I hope you are right
[therealbubbie] lightingcslt wadi wadi !! *hallelujah*
[lightingcslt] mathews99 I am right about it going down
[lizajane] lightingcslt I like your way of thinking
[beekeeper] gm lighters and ty
[lightingcslt] beekeeper gm and ty
[rsp1] lightingcslt ty ! certainly worth thinking about.
[lightingcslt] rsp1 yes, yes it is !