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Dinar - Update #90
Don't miss Steve Ennorste's comments at the bottom. For those newcomers Steve is a personal friend of Shabibi. He played handball in college with him. Small world isn't it.
I have been tied up with my personal challenges and therefore have been unable to communicate easily. My situation isn’t any better but I feel compelled to make contact, based on current events.
I personally listened to the "Commitment Ceremony" broadcast live in Iraq at 1:00am US Pacific time, from the US White House website early yesterday morning (Thursday 12/1/11). It was very exciting to hear the Republic of Iraq’s President and Prime Minister both speak about Iraq’s new state of sovereignty. Their speeches were followed by US Vice President Joe Biden’s speech in which he also congratulated Iraq on its new status as a sovereign nation. It was clearly a ceremony in which the US transferred military power to the Iraqi people and the Iraq flag was proudly raised, signifying that Saddam’s old palace, which has been occupied by the US military, was now under the control of the Iraq people. (This was confirmed by a CBS news story I saw on US television last night.)
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_What I find curious is that not all the US troops have left, so one would think that this ceremony would have be held after the last troop had left, not before. The other curious fact is that Iraq is not truly a sovereign country UNTIL the dinar has been revalued. A sovereign nation must have an internationally tradable currency to BE fully sovereign.
I mention this because this ceremony now (instead of later) indicates to me that this revalue is truly about to pop anytime; they can’t wait for the last few troops to leave to declare their sovereignty to their people because the revalue is about to be triggered and it must be done in a climate that states “we are in control of our country; we did this revalue, not the Americans.”
Remember also that the mainstream US press has reported the fact that Iraq Prime Minister Maliki has been scheduled to meet with President Obama on December 12th. That meeting, for reasons I wrote about in the last update, sure looks to me like a reception for a head of state, and that means to me that the revalue would have been made official by then.
So, keep the faith! We are closer than ever.
Below are some items that may be useful for you.
Here’s another reminder of how Iraq is being viewed by those who know:
Posted on November 10, 2011 by Marshall Wayne
Hilary Clinton states in this 10 minute video that, “Iraq is Projected to Grow Faster Than China Over the Next Two Years.”
For the Canadians in this group:
Contact Jonnywg at ABACUS1465@GMAIL.COM to get on his email list for CANADIAN INFO related to the dinar.
From CAP1: info coming from Canada --- Scotia Bank has agreed with some members to pay CBI rate with NO FEES when you exchange your dinars. [Sara’s note: This is better than Dinar Banker or Dinar Trade in the US.]
For the new people, who may need reassurance that the dinar revalue will be good for the Iraqi people, these statements by Steve Enorrste on 11/27/11 should be reassuring:
...There are no disadvantages to Iraq in raising the value of their currency. The advantages are enormous. The people will see their standard of living improve month to month as they are able to import more and more goods cheaply.
The government will have ample funds to handle infrastructure projects. Other countries will jump on the bandwagon to get into Iraq to build hotels, amusement parks, archaeological sites like Babylon, agricultural projects, and, of course drilling oil.
All of this will be a huge boon to the Iraqi economy and to the people of Iraq, who well see unemployment drop precipitously...
With an RV the local Iraqi will [for example] pay 7 dinars for his dinner (worth $25) and will have 24,993 dinars still in the BANK, worth US$75,000.
Finally, the GDP of Iraq will skyrocket, and the beneficiaries will be Iraqis, whose money has gained in value allowing them to invest in their own country. Just as every person in Saudi Arabia is wealthy, the same thing will happen in Iraq.
Education will be free; no one will be hungry; everyone will have a home and a car and two TVs. The government will probably end up also sending $5000 per year to each and every person out of oil profits (as in Yemen, Qatar, and the UAE).
Airports will be built, shopping malls erected. Electricity will be everywhere, along with clean and ample water. Iraq will become self-sufficient in terms of agriculture (this is a stated goal of theirs).
All of this is possible with a RAISE in the VALUE of the IQD...
ALL IS RUMOR UNTIL PROVEN FACT