[freewill] ok. first time I got this firsthand and thought everyone could use some words of encouragement. I know I could with packing my home from foreclosure.
Anyway....my good friend from W. Vir. contacted me and just came from the bank. He asked the WM about the dinar/dong.
The WM couldn't find the dinar on any screen but found the Dong. He showed my friend the screen and right now it is at .99.
The higher up person came in and said for him to come back in a couple of days for more updates. They are just waiting for the code.
So happy days are a-comin. I believe sooner than later. I will keep you all posted. I hope personally it comes before I have to leave my home in a few weeks. Blessings to everyone!
EXOGEN April 6, 2015 at 1:54pm
UAE signs up as founding member of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
April 5, 2015 Updated: April 5, 2015 09:09 PM
The UAE has joined the China-led US$50 billion Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as a founding member, the government announced on Sunday.
The Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, which has Dh8bn in capital, will represent the UAE government on the AIIB’s board of directors. Founding members have the right to create governance and operational rules for the bank.
The UAE joins fellow AIIB founder members Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Egypt and Jordan, as well as 29 other countries from Asia and Europe, including the UK, Germany and Russia.
“In the light of joint strategic ties between the UAE and China, and their mutual interests in fuelling growth and infrastructure development in developing countries, both countries have partnered to set up a strong international platform to actively drive development efforts,” said Sultan Al Jaber, UAE Minister of State.
“Being a founding member of AIIB will boost the prime economic role played by the UAE regionally and internationally, by focusing efforts on development projects with great socio-economic benefits.”
The AIIB, which was proposed by the Chinese president Xi Jinping in late 2013, will support infrastructure and development projects across Asia. China is expected to hold around a third of the voting power in the AIIB’s governing council.
Widely regarded as a competitor to the IMF and World Bank, analysts regard the new bank as a Chinese attempt to wrest control of the world’s global economic institutions from the West.
This follows complaints both inside and outside China that the IMF and World Bank are dominated by western countries, who enjoy outsized voting powers in both organisations, as a result of how contributions to the funds are calculated.
The leader of the IMF is traditionally a European, while the World Bank chief has always been an American.
A number of critics, including the Chinese government, have called for the IMF to increase the representation of emerging markets in the institution’s decision-making. Progress has been slow, with the G20 communique from November last year expressing “deep disappointment with the continued delay” to reform of the IMF’s quota system, which determines the voting powers of IMF members. The US Congress has repeatedly refused to sign off on reform to the IMF’s quota system.
The US initially called for its allies not to join the bank, with Jack Lew, the US Treasury secretary, stating that the AIIB would not reach the “highest global standards” for governance or lending. US officials have also expressed worries that the bank forms part of Chinese efforts for the yuan to replace the dollar as the global reserve currency.
Given the long list of US allies who have signed up to the bank, including all of the US-allied governments of the GCC except Bahrain, American worries appear to have been ignored.
“I think we screwed up. We should not have gone about it this way,” said the former US secretary of state Madeleine Albright at a meeting of the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington-based think-tank.
“Not just the Chinese but others have said that the United States has been too dominant in the World Bank.”
ClassyOne April 6, 2015 at 2:30pm Finally... Very serious people GET IT NOW about QE "Permanently impairing living standards for generations to come" and the 2nd half of the show introduces Egon Von Greyerz "gold expert" on where we are headed next. A great listen and valuable information on accesing gold from the refinery.
don22250 :Is the Dinar on the move?
Frank26: Mmmmmmm............ Good qt.
For it is the ONLY world currency that has not gone down in value for over ten years now.
Bought my dinars in 04 and paid just over $500.00 for a million.
Today one million cost just over $1000.00.
Is it going up in value? Yes.
It is a FOUR YEAR PLAN that due to TWO NEGATIVE FACTORS has been derailed into it's EIGHTH year now!!!
But with o and m controlled .......... 2015 may just be the FINAL year of the IQD's MR.
Green Tea on CC tonight with 3 other colors. Aloha oi. KTFA Frank
Walkingstick » April 6th, 2015, 2:15 pm
Kirkuk start paying dues farmers of wheat and barley after the arrival of 40 billion dinars to banks
Editor Ali Jasim - Monday, April 6, 2015 20:30
said the deputy governor of Kirkuk Rakan Saeed al-Jubouri , on Monday, for the conversion of the Ministry of Commerce $ 40 billion dinars to banks to maintain financial receivables to farmers for marketing wheat and barley crops, noting that banks began to distribute amounts to 100 peasant daily according to the value of his crop. He Jubouri in an interview with Alsumaria News , "The Ministry of Commerce transferred $ 40 billion dinars to the banks of Kirkuk", pointing out that this amount "is the financial benefits to farmers who maintain marketed wheat and barley crops to silo Kirkuk."
Jubouri said that "the amount that turned trade is part of the total peasants to maintain the rights of up to 96 billion dinars," pointing out that "the banks of Kirkuk began today distribute amounts to 100 peasant daily by crop value, which was marketed." The famous province of Kirkuk ( 255 km north of Baghdad), as one of Iraq's largest province, which owns agricultural areas exceed a million and 250 000 acres, and highlighted what it produces a crop of wheat, barley, most of these areas are located in areas of Hawija and Zab, Riyadh and Taza and Daquq and north of Kirkuk in Xuan Qarahanjir and rest areas, and 95% based on the perfusion through the Kirkuk Water Project, which receives water from the Dukan Dam in Sulaymaniyah. LINK
jdtolle » April 6th, 2015, Pleasant surprises
You don’t have to do what’s expected. You have the opportunity to do better.
You don’t have to answer anger with more anger. You can answer with understanding, cooperation and compassion.
You don’t have to answer criticism by being defensive. You can answer criticism by being open, honest, helpful and appreciative.
Look for ways to give life a pleasant surprise. Step away from the expected and predictable, and you yourself will enjoy many pleasant surprises.
Instead of just reacting by habit or by conditioning, get creative. See every encounter as your chance to make life more interesting and enjoyable.
People love pleasant surprises, so put yourself in the business of delivering them. Be surprising, in a good way, and transform life in your own unique style.
Ralph Marston Wishing All a safe and blessed day JDT
P.S. Failures are divided into two classes -- those who thought and never did, and those who did and never thought.-- John Charles Salak