Q: [Do you have any ideas of why [Guru TNT] Tony and [Guru] DC are so excited saying that Iraq and everyone is saying that this is happening now?]
Millionday NO I HAVE NO IDEA BUT HOPE THEY ARE RIGHT ---
IMO IT COULD HAPPEN AT ANYTIME –
SOME STEP IN THE ACTIVATION OF THE REFORMS WOULD REQUIRE FOR FAIR TRADE ETC THE CALCULATION TO BE DONE AND SET IMO.
R.V. / GCR April 30, 2015 at 3:51pm The news today is no one outside of the usa will honor the Fiat dollar....Obama later today is supposed to tell the USA that in someone elses opinion they need to be gold backed.....and shhhh..maybe by Tuesday the new USA currency will debut....we are hearing the word MAY I this MAY i that, may,may,may.....this is not hopium… its set in stone.......see i look like a prude…. find Ron Pauls speech today its the closest to truth out there
R.V. / GCR Today is CRUNCH DAY… No country outside the USA accepts fiat dollars ….the Crunch
D.K.C. > R.V. / GCR I sure hope this is correct......That would force the USA to activate the Asset backed currency (Supossedly in banks already) and join the rest of the world...I would think…Thanks PT
Randy Ron Paul... Don't know if its today or not but it is on target! Could be just more fear porn though. "An Exclusive with Dr. Ron Paul"
D.K.C. > Randy Oh wow- scary stuff....hope there really is a "Republic" coming back and stopping all this....if not......the US is in Deep trouble!! He talks a lot ablut what we discuss on dinar sites....Brics, Fiat Currency versus Asset or Gold backed currency....and more....Good interview.
Dansmor :Blackjack7 .. did you go to your meeting yet?
Blackjack7 :Dansmor the rates are no longer on screen waiting for them pop back up
Rrrr: “Button Pushers”…. I’m a thinkin’, a dangerous venture on my part, but this has bothered me for a while. This button to be pushed could be of a foreign style. Has this person been trained in button pushing 101? Buttons, like humans, react in different ways when and how they are pushed. You may need to push the right side… or push the left side… push it in the middle….push and hold… or not! Sometimes it’s the little things that make the difference. Never take your buttons for granted!
Backdoc: AFTER AN INTERESTING DISCUSSION WITH MR Z (zochowski) ...... SKULL CRUSHER WE HAVE SOME THOUGHTS ON THE EXPIRED FIFTIES.
REMEMBER THE CBI CONTROLS THE NOTE COUNT.
WITH ALL THE OLD FIFTIES BEING PULLED OUT OF CIRCULATION THE POTENTIAL FOR MORE VALUE TO THE DINAR IS NOW INCREASED.
REMEMBER THEY SAID THEY ONLY HAD 1 3/4 % IN THE PUBLIC FLOAT.
THAT NUMBER MUST NOW BE CONSIDERED LOWER. WILL IRAQ USE SOME OF THIS MASSIVE CURRENCY REDUCTION IN SOME WAY TO BENEFIT THEM WITH PAYMENTS ECT. TO ACCOMPLISH A BETTER CREDIT RATING? Mmmmm
TIME WILL SHOW THE ANSWER FOR SURE BUT IT SEEMS INEVITIBLE THAT WE WILL SEE THAT UPGRADE SOON.
THIS WILL BE HUGE FOR THEIR INTERNATIONAL STATUS.
WITH BAD APPLES BEING PLUCKED FROM THE GOI NATIONAL RECONCILIATION LOOKS TO BE UNDERWAY.
IT ALSO APPEARS HEAD COUNTS AND PAY SCALES ARE BEING ADJUSTED IN THE MILITARY AND GOVT. OFFICES TO REFLECT BALANCE TO ALL TRIBAL FACTIONS IN IRAQ.
Blinkster: BackDoc, it really appears like a carefully planned and executed thing, doesn't it? I've been telling my wife for weeks that when this thing is ready to "go live" that IMO we will see M dealt with, most likely DIRECTLY BEFORE the IR due to security-themed issues. Now we have these loans, etc, reports of M in the hospital (and another that seems to contradict it) and M wearing his best Monty Hall suit, S requesting protection, etc; and it all just seems to carefully connect the dots sequentially. Did anyone of us ever figure on being born into such an exciting time and generation? Wow.
zerb : it's so full of stars so full of stars brothers and sisters! Outstanding job Walkingstick newshounds what a glorious day!
Ask yourself this family what if this is already done past tense?
What if Iraq already has a AAA rating...imagine...
I truly believe the only thing they have left to do is implement the rider in the budget!!!
Ghost we pray all is well...please keep Dr. S safe secure and confident...I pray to Lord that M...he and his entourage is still alive to see the dinarii revalue before they sentence them to death!
Heavenly Father keep ghost's team & Dr. S safe! Give Dr. S the confidence to implement the rider in the budget now without further delay...we ask this in your most precious name Abba we pray amen.
Backdoc: AMAZING WHAT OZ CAN DO BEHIND THE CURTAIN.
WITH A GREEN LIGHT GIVEN ON MARCH 3rd THE ZEROS DROPPED ON THE 8th LIKE THEY SAID BASED ON REMITANCES PAID, THE 50s GONE, THE ZEROS ARE ON THEIR WAY TO HEROS.
ONCE THAT CREDIT RATING IS LIFTED LOOK FOR THE ZEROS TO DO THE SAME. GOSH! I LOVE THIS FIRST WINDOW OF TIME !!!
LOOKS LIKE MALIKI'S MOON WALKING DAYS ARE OVER!!! HEEEES HEEEE DOC
Thunderhawk » April 30th, 2015, 2:13 pm
Private Foreign Investment ‘Vital for Iraq’s Growth’
Iraq’s Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Bahaa Al Araji (pictured), told a high level international conference in Baghdad on Wednesday that his country recognised the vital importance of foreign investment and Iraq was full of opportunity.
Dr Bahaa said the Government was ready to extend all facilities and offer incentives for businesses to come to Iraq. Large provision had been made in the latest national budget for this.
Speaking at the conference, organised jointly by the Iraq Britain Business Council (IBBC), the National Investment Commission (NIC) and the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce, Dr Bahaa said he was particularly keen to encourage UK firms to come to Iraq.
“We know these firms will do business in the right way. They would be very welcome to help us reconstruct our country,” he added.
The Chairman of the National Investment Commission, Dr Sami Al Araji, continued on the same theme, telling the audience of senior UK and international business leaders that Iraq was reforming itself for outside investment.
“We want to change from a central economy to an international economy. We want to be open to other countries and make all facilities available to encourage them to invest. If we want to work with the outside world then we must deal with business in the international way,” said Dr Al Araji.
He said the country had more than 900 projects that could be offered up for international investment and participation.
Iraq’s Minister for Oil, Dr Adil Abdul Mahdi, also spoke of the urgent need for foreign investment.
“To achieve our ambitions to serve the country better and maximise production of oil, we need to improve our infrastructure for oil and gas. We are actually losing more now than we historically produced in total,” said Mr Mahdi.
“Maybe soon we will hit four million barrels a day – we are not far from it. This means we need more infrastructure, especially storage – that’s storage in the fields and at the ports, and also more pipelines,” he added.
Dr Mahdi said gas was also a big issue. Iraq was losing billions of dollars because gas was not being harnessed and this was “not acceptable.”
Shell Iraq is now working to help develop Iraq’s fledgling gas industry and has recently opened the Basrah Gas Company.
Shell Iraq’s Country Chairman, Hans Nijkamp, said the government must continue to make more effort to expand and develop gas production. Tapping into natural gas would help modulate demand and in time Iraq could begin to export the product as far afield as Europe.
Mr Nijamp continued, saying the potential for both the gas and oil industries in Iraq was still “as big as ever.” There were a “few glitches” at the moment, not least the low oil price, but this was a reality they all had to come to terms with.
The Deputy Country Manager of BP, Zaid Elyaseri, told the conference that the company’s Rumaila field in Iraq had already generated $30 billion for the government and was currently adding $20 million a day to the Iraqi exchequer.
Mr Elyaseri said that BP had committed to a long term relationship to both the government and the country itself. The company wanted to ensure Iraq “gets where it wants to be.”
The UK’s Ambassador to Iraq, Frank Baker OBE, said Britain looked on Iraq as the cultural and financial centre for the region, with the potential to become the economic force in the Middle East, and all that after three decades of conflict, sanctions and lack of investment.
Mr Baker said Iraq now had its most inclusive Government in decades, with politicians on all sides working together.
“We in the UK stand ready to help – helping on the security front, with the humanitarian crisis, and also helping with economic reform and we are well placed to do so, having taken some tight decisions to put our own economy back on track.”
Delegates to the conference were welcomed by the Executive Chairman of the IBBC, Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne.
She said partnership must be the most powerful message to come out of the conference.