Millionday News Time 5/15/15 Part 3 of 3
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wmawhite: IMO the re pricing of the IQD will take place long before the flood gates open to the world of investors. The IQD will have a new value before they arrive and I will be in St. Kitts.
Millionday: I AM NOT GOING TO TELL YOU THAT GANGS DO NOT EXIST AND ISIS DOES NOT EXIST -- SO LETS MOVE FORWARD
Millionday: U.S. news media have not been permitted to send embedded reporters into areas of Iraq and Syria where fighting is fiercest, making it nearly impossible to get up-to-date footage of ISIS' movements.
But even if the terrorist army's mobility is restricted by strikes from above, there is scant evidence that the combination of Iraqi boots on the ground and coalition bombers in the sky is turning the tide against the radical jihadists.
Millionday: Iraqi forces backed by U.S. airstrikes took back the city of Tikrit from ISIS in March, and U.S. officials estimate that ISIS has lost as much as a quarter of its territory and as many as 6,000 fighters.
Yet on Friday, ISIS militants captured the main government compound in Ramadi, the capital of Iraq's western Anbar province, forcing Iraqi troops to retreat from the compound and watch from afar as the black flag of ISIS was raised.
Millionday: The terrorists also remain in control of the key Iraqi city of Mosul and much of northern Iraq and Syria. The potential capture of Ramadi, a critical city in central Iraq just 70 miles west of Baghdad, would represent a stunning defeat for coalition forces.
Rick Brennan, a senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation who spent five years as a senior adviser to the U.S. military in Iraq, said the Pentagon has a point, if all it is talking about is ISIS travel methods.
Millionday: NOTE -- REMEMBER ABADI`S STATEMENT WE READ TONIGHT
Millionday: "Before the summer offensive of 2014, ISIS was moving in large columns which were extremely easy targets to hit," Brennan told FoxNews.com. "But as a result of the successful airstrikes, they have broken down and are moving as an insurgency under the cover of darkness."
Brennan said the terrorist army has now embedded itself in cities and among civilian populations, allowing ISIS to hold onto power with little risk from airstrikes.
Millionday: NOTE -- THEY ARE MOVING AT NIGHT LIKE SOME OTHER GANGS OF TERRORISTS
Millionday: READ EVERY WORD >>"We have complicated their ability to move," Brennan said. "On the level of being able to move rapidly and reinforce rapidly, they are no longer able to do that. But their ability to hold terrain has not diminished."
According to Central Command, strikes have hit nearly 6,300 targets in Iraq and Syria since the campaign dubbed Operation Inherent Resolve began last Aug. 8.
Some 1,500 tanks, Humvees, technical and miscellaneous vehicles were hit from the air between Aug. 8 and March 31, while just 76 were struck between March 31 and May 8, according to the Pentagon
Millionday: WHOOOPOW >>>Coalition nations conducting airstrikes in Iraq include the U.S. Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Jordan, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
Coalition nations conducting airstrikes in Syria include the U.S., Bahrain, Canada, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The U.S. still handles the vast majority of the strikes in both Iraq, where American planes drop two-thirds of the bombs, and Syria, where the U.S. share is 94 percent.
mudder: Yup.... Just like Chicago....lol
Millionday: THEY USED IT AS AN EXAMPLE OF CRIME -- NOT AN EXAMPLE OF BOMBS FLYING HUN
Papatom: didn't we just read that ramadi was freed.... tonight? and .... sheesh... after hitting 1500 tanks, i would guess that ISIS only HAD 75 left!
Millionday: YES WE DID -- THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF REPEAT REPORTS --- AND THE THOUGHT PROCESS OF WHY
larrykn: they can't say they can't see them their night vision is excellent and can see just as good in the night as the see in the day, so to say they are not getting hit because of it being dark is not correct. they are not getting hit because someone doesn't want it to be so
Millionday: EXACTLY -- IN FACT THEY CAN SEE BETTER IN MOST CASES
Millionday: AS IT STATED IN THE BEGINNING THE MEDIA WAS NOT ALLOWED TO GO THERE AND REPORT -- HENCE THE MESSAGE THAT THEY HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO GIVE ACCURATE REPORTS HERE
Millionday: THE NEWS THERE IS FROM THE GROUND --- AND MUCH EASIER TO READ WITH THE PICTURES OF THE STACKS OF BODIES I THINK
Millionday: READ THE FIRST LINE >>>>“A lot of that footage is from last summer before we began tactical strikes.”
U.S. news media have not been permitted to send embedded reporters into areas of Iraq and Syria where fighting is fiercest, making it nearly impossible to get up-to-date footage of ISIS' movements
Bax: any idea when the coalition force of 100,000 troops are going in?
Millionday: ACCORDING TO THE REPORTS THE US ARE STILL, 90% I BELIEVE IT SAID ,ARE FROM THE US
Bax: SUpposedly... within the next two weeks..all heck is gonna break loose
Papatom: my nephew was shipped out in 2 days... he and the forces he's with are currently in Germany doing some kind of training.....
Millionday: ABADI STATED DAYS THEY WILL SEE HUGE PROBLEMS HEAD THERE WAY -- AND NOT MEANING CHICAGO MUDDER
Millionday: THE POINT IS THAT THE ECONOMIC GROWTH OF A COUNTRY IS NOT STOPPED DUE TO VIOLENCE -- IT IS JUST MORE OF AN INVESTMENT --
Millionday: KNOW THAT THE VIOLENCE IS ACTUALLY AS SAD AS IT IS A REQUIREMENT OF MORE INVESTMENT AND MORE JOBS
Millionday: NOTE -- WHERE MOST OF US COME FROM -- THIS IS A CLUSTER
Millionday: detection of an Iraqi official, on Friday, that belonging to the Army Aviation aircraft dropped arms and materiel to organize "Daash" accidentally was mean dumping the security elements of the besieged in the Baiji refinery north of the country.
He said Iskandar and berries member of the security and defense committee in the Iraqi parliament, told "Anatolia", that "belonging to the Army Aviation aircraft dropped quantities of arms and materiel to the elements of the Iraqi security besieged in Baiji refinery oil (did not specify the timing of the incident),
Millionday: NOTE -- THE ACCIDENTLLY DROPPED ARMS AND SUPPORT ITEMS FOR WARFARE INTO THE ARMS OF DAASH
Millionday: THE AGREEMENT WITH BAGHDAD AND ERBIL
Millionday: The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, Iraq, on Thursday, the Federal Government to abide by the agreements concluded between the government and the province.
Barzani said, at a joint news conference with President of the Kurdistan Parliament Yusuf Mohammed, said "our commitment according to the agreement concluded between us is to export 550 000 barrels in favor of Baghdad in return provide budget of the Kurdistan amounting trillion and 200 billion dinars ($ billion) unfortunately was supposed application of the Convention, but they have sought to reduce the budget the Kurdistan region. "
Millionday: NOTE -- THIS WAS THE PRESS STATEMENT ON THURSDAY EVE
Millionday: He stressed that "the Kurdistan region is committed to the Convention concluded with Baghdad," he said, adding "the continuation of negotiations with the Iraqi government to resolve the existing problems and the need to adhere to the Convention Baghdad, otherwise the region would not commit to as well."
He stressed that "Baghdad is committed to either the Convention or sign a new agreement with Baghdad that deal with the Kurdistan region as a buyer of oil."
For his part, President of the Kurdistan parliament, Yusuf Mohammed, at the conference, on non-compliance with the Convention concluded with Baghdad unless it provides the Kurdistan region's budget and strengthened citizens, according to the Convention and the law of the general Iraqi budget for 2015.
Millionday: NOTE -- IN OTHER WORDS PAY UP OR MAKE ANOTHER AGREEMENT THAT WILL INCLUDE US SELLING OUR OWN OIL -- AFTER THIS THE AGREEMENT WE READ WAS REACHED AND THEY HAVE DECIDED TO GO WITH THE ORIGINAL AGREEMENT
Millionday: He said that "the Iraqi government is required to abide by the Convention, and in the case of non-compliance, it has the right to secure the budget for the Kurdistan region of non-compliance to the Convention."
Barzani denied accusations were fired by Iraqi views of the Kurdistan region oil sold to Israeli companies.
Millionday: SO THE VISIT IS OVER AND THEY ARE NOW IN AGREEMENT -- THIS WAS A HUGE PART OF THE PROBLEM TO MOVE FORWARD AND ALSO TO MOVE THE BUDGET FUNDS SO THIS IS GREAT NEWS
jarhead: they had better help Kurds.kurds have helped them big time
Millionday: IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT WITH THE KURDISTAN BUSINESS PROGRESS THAT IRAQ WORKS WITH KURDISTAN OBVIOUSLY -- SO THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT
Millionday: THIS WAS FROM INTERNATIONAL NEWSTIMES >>>Noting that Chicago has a higher homicide rate than Iraq,
Millionday: NAH NAH BOO BOO
Millionday: WE WILL SEE ALL OF YOU AT 730 EST TOMORROW NIGHT FOR NEWSTIME
Millionday: THIS WEEK IS HUGE HUGE SO DONT MISS NEWS
Millionday: THERE IS SO MUCH PROGRESS WE WILL SEE THIS WEEK THAT I DONT WANT ANY OF YOU TO MISS IT