[drob1111] Maybe we'll be shed of maliki this time next week
[averysgrampa] drob1111 hopefully
[drob1111] Maybe sooner if we are lucky
[brsuperduty] drob1111 or maybe tomorrow
[docremeyer] brsuperduty Well then, ler 'er rip!!! If Maliki is queering this deal, then he must go!! He's putting 98 countries in peril, plus killing off what countries will do with the money, like make lo and no interest loans. In other words, this fat little man is controlling world-wide commece! Aut Mischta!
[brsuperduty] docremeyer i think he was liking controling this whole thing but it backfired on him
[BWM] well I know we've discussed this in general in the past but have gotten this question lately a lot..."does it matter what day of the week?" no, it doesn't matter what day of the week it is at this point IMO... I know friday is the big day from the past and tuesday thru thursday are the big bank days but this has become a situation that overshadows what day of the week it is...
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[wittsend] BWM BWM Hello! has anyone established that Maliki has been involved in the past 3 months with this RV.
[BWM] wittsend it's the "stability" of the government...
BWM] ok got a little time left before I have to run... anyone got any questions besides the obvious date and rate... lol
[brsuperduty] BWM they have a knack dont they, personally i think its been M with the blankity blank stuff
[drob1111] Bwm how long will it take to get maliki out
[BWM] drob1111 hours...
[BWM] drob1111 to replace and get going... not like counting down
wittsend] BWM So, in spite of this becoming a global event managed by the IMF and inserted into a basket of currencies to RV for their benefits, that this is still in Iraq's hands is still an accurate assessment is your position.
BWM] wittsend not in the sense that they can push or not push the button... I believe this is more of a situation where the IMF and world governments are looking for some semblance of stability before allowing this to go through... simply put, if a government holds a large portion of dinar and the country fails... they have nothing
[averysgrampa] BWM in your opinion do you think that they already have a replacement and do you think that if this replacement is put in place will buisness resume without glitches?
BWM] averysgrampa they've even named replacement in articles... that doesn't mean anything... I belive for this to be settled properly M will step down... a no confidence merely puts civil disorder in play which I think they want to avoid
[wittsend] BWM Interesting, but if that is the case, we may be in for a several month wait.
[wittsend] I personally do not feel that Iraq has that amount of time.
[BWM] wittsend I think you see the immediacy in the articles even... Iraq wants/needs this done, as does the world
wittsend] We have a chicken and egg argument.
[BWM] wittsend not really... the farmer can always step in, in this case
[wittsend] I think the wrong head of state is being blamed, but that's my personal opinion.
[bamanana] Me too
[wittsend] BWM Ha, who do you think plays the farmer role?
[averysgrampa] BWM so if in the event maliki is out and a replacement is put in will this give the impression that they have a fluid seated govenment and then business will continue?
[BWM] averysgrampa yes because you would have assurances from all sects there... including the "religious fans"
[BWM] wittsend right now the U.S. has made the most promises...
[averysgrampa] BWM so that would be a win win for all of iraq, the sects, and all of us then right?
all of us then right?
[BWM] averysgrampa under the current conditions yes..
[brsuperduty] BWM do you think china got permission
[averysgrampa] BWM cool thank you very much
[10walleye] BWM I have had 5 contracts with Iraqis. On every one of them they always tried to renegotiate if they thought they had the upper hand. I walked on 3 contracts and sued and collected on 2. I think that they are incapable of being honest IMO. So I don't think Maliki will step down.
[wittsend] 10walleye I think it may take someone "stepping him down" before anything happens.
[bamanana] Can we hire someone to kick him out? Lol
[BWM] brsuperduty I don't think it's so much "permission" as much as when they can do it vs. the rate the vnd would be worth without the dinar
[10walleye] wittsend Agree!
[Austin-Powers-For-PM] 10walleye Gotta agree with you. I think Maliki will take this all the way to the end. He has to much vested in his power just to step down no matter how much logic it may seem to us Westerners. He has a dictators belief that his goons will rescue him at the last minute. It's also misplaced.
[brsuperduty] BWM i was just wondering if they go would without the dinar, if not then things might get done in iraq sooner
[BWM] brsuperduty I think they could BUT they would have limits on how quickly they could RV again AND it would affect the value of deals they have on the table IMO
[BWM] 10walleye you know... you only have so many "choices" in life... at some point, someone will TELL you what to do
[wittsend] BWM The Chinese have offered public support of a higher rate of exchange but the finance minister in Hanoi prefers to be able to support their currency without Chinese assistance. Can't blame him, but the Chinese may get their way.
collie] Austin-Powers-For-PM hello neighbor
[brsuperduty] BWM that makes sence i forgot about deals they have
[BWM] wittsend chinese own most of the financial world there...
[wittsend] BWM ...ergo, they get their way.
[Austin-Powers-For-PM] BWM And yet it's a proven fact that Maliki does not want to be told what to do. Hence his belief that only he will call the shots and therefore has an irrational belief that he makes all the "choices."
[10walleye] BWM So- the concensus is Maliki will go willingly or not? I agree!
[BWM] Austin-Powers-For-PM he doesn't have the power to do that
[averysgrampa] i take it that maliki has no concept of how a democracy works or maybe he could care less?
[SCgunner] One of the problems is thinking the Iraqis are anything like the normal person :(
[Austin-Powers-For-PM] BWM He "Thinks" he has the power to make those choices. That is his fatal flaw.
[BWM] Austin-Powers-For-PM he thinks the gun isn't loaded either
Austin-Powers-For-PM] BWM Exactly, and hence he thinks he is bullet-proof. If we look at the mentality of dictators from Saddam, to Kaddafi in Libya, to Hitler, they all had one thing in common; an irrational belief that common sense rules did not apply to them, thus their irrational behavior.
[brsuperduty] averysgrampa he has a dictatorship mind...... dictatorship; big boat that dick owns that ships tators rofl
Cgunner] 10walleye their thinking is almost 180 degrees from the norm
[GinnyS] BWM Thanks for the chance to ask questions. I heard that our tax may be a lot higher than we first anticipated. Have you heard that?
[BWM] GinnyS tax in regards to our currency?
GinnyS] BWM I heard it could possible be 48%
[BWM] GinnyS negative... I'd go NO WAY IMO
[GinnyS] SCgunner CC call yesterday
[averysgrampa] so who didnt think this thru when maliki was set in that position? didnt somebody at some point know that he wasnt going to be a good idea becaus eof how he thinks and does things, i mean youd' think that somebody somewhere might have said."hey were rid of sadaam why put another dictator in there? i dunno any thoughts?
[10walleye] averysgrampa Our gov't did it- no wonder it's the wrong politician....
[brsuperduty] averysgrampa sounds like some reall intellagent thinkin goin on somewhere huh rofl
[Austin-Powers-For-PM] averysgrampa At the time our biggest problem was Sadar and the Sunni thugs who were terrorizing everybody. Maliki had the brass iron balls to jerk their chains and put them under his thumb. We didn't want a "Wilting Nancy" in 2005. Now we need a PM who can do politics. He can't.