Shepardgirl: People who have great lives think and talk about what they love more than what they don't love. Rhonda Byrne.. The Power
Pat: Wow! Dr. Jim Willie interview - Gold backed currencies - Dinar, Ruble, Yuan + more 4/6/14
Whole Eastern World Rebelling Against the Dollar-Jim Willie By Greg Hunter On April 6, 2014
You'll want to listen to the whole 42 min. interview as they talk about currencies, banking, etc. throughout - including China's Yuan has been announced in China as being convertible, but not in US media. Specifically mentions a gold backed regional Dinar, Ruble, Yuan, plus more at approx. 38 min. mark of the interview!
Tishwash: The Ten Hot, New `Emerging’ Countries
okay last week it was 5 now it is 10 lol and sorry
it is only a video click link below to see if you want to
I can list them here but the video is good to watch
Columbia, Peru, Ethiopia, Zambia, Kenya, Tanzania, Bangladesh, Phillipines Indonesia, and Sri Lanka.
Can we buy the currencies of the countries now?
Beethovan: If everything is fine and we are simply waiting, what further does the IMF or UST want to accomplish?
It has to be something. There is a huge piece of the puzzle missing.
Sandyf: A well known intel provider said that the IMF reforms would need to be completed, Tony says not required. Time will tell.
AJTexas: they need us to not expect it... to be caught off guard...not just us... but people... corporations etc...with tons of money that could really unbalance things if there is too much correct anticipation .
They've succeeded in throwing me off the trail... because I never look for it with confidence... but I do look for it. It will surely be a surprise to me when it hits.... it will take me 24 hrs to believe it...lol
Vickster: It is political. It is pretty obvious that the US does not want Maliki re - elected. If they did - this would have happened a month ago so that the people in Iraq would have money flowing by the time the elections started.
Since the US does not want Maliki re- elected - I would think that the RV would not happen before any elections start. Only mid way through or at the end so he can not be elected again. The US has told him many times that the RV was going to happen on certain days and it never did. Maliki announced it on TV at one point to his people. So we made him a liar to his people - they are even more pissed at him now.
So we will probably not see anything until mid April or later. Not being negative - just my opinion based on what has happened so far. I of course hope I am wrong and this happens tomorrow. We will see. It is coming - we just do not know when.
TNMan: Obviously there is something that still needs to be done or we would have already been to the bank. I really don't believe it is a timing issue. Just how many stars have to be in alignment before the trigger is pulled. it just does not make sense to me that so many elaborate plans are made each and every day and everyone is happy and everyone is ready, yet they don't move forward. Some THING is holding this up and when that THING is taken care-of, then we will have the RV.
About the Poofness newsletter...
Date: Sunday, 6-Apr-2014 18:21:01
Hi, Folks - Susan reports ZAP was called into a meeting; now expecting the newsletter will go out Monday morning. --hobie
Bandit » April 6th, 2014,
The World Bank will open a center for the development of the Iraqi private sector amid skepticism experts possibility of success.
06/04/2014 Long-Presse / Baghdad
The World Bank announced on Sunday, the opening of a specialized center with the support of the private sector, in cooperation with the Iraqi government, and when I came back the last activity that sector "is still shy" because of the absence of legislation, which is supported by the heads of the necessary funds, and called for changing the look "discredit" him , criticized the director of the bank's quest important private sector use of third-party non-Iraqi to help him, and called on the Iraqi banks to take responsibility for his support, an economist questioned the ability of the new center on the development of the private sector.
This came during a celebration of the opening of the World Bank office in Iraq, today, the center of the development of the private sector in Iraq, which was held in Al-Mansour Hotel, in downtown Baghdad, and attended (range Press).
The representative of the World Bank office in Iraq and member of the Center for Private Sector Development, Mohammed al-Ani, in an interview to the (long-Presse), during the ceremony, said, "Today saw the launch of the first conference center for private sector development and opening", adding that "the nature of the center, which was founded by the World Bank, in cooperation with the Iraqi government, is to establish a dialogue platforms between the private and public sectors by explaining the needs of first and stand on the government's ability to meet them. "
Ani added, "The center represents a large segments of the Iraqi private sector," expected to "bring the center positive steps for the development of the Iraqi private sector, which is still below the level of ambition."
The representative of the World Bank office in Iraq and member of the Center for Private Sector Development, "The Center pop-up of the World Bank's support for the Iraqi private sector, various projects of medium and small, as well as a package of economic reforms to the Iraqi government," adding that "the center does not have the financial resources to support the private sector currently, but could do so in the future through the provision of loans to medium and small projects. "
It said Thamer Ghadhban, head of the advisers in the Office of the Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, in an interview (to the extent Press), during the ceremony, "The government welcomed the step of the World Bank and supported the establishment of the center," hoping that "The Center is a step toward the creation of new outlets The vitality of the private sector. "
Anger and stressed that "the private sector projects and various financial operations are still shy," attributing it to "a lot of reasons, including the absence of legislation in support of the sector, as well as the lack of capital and the real big in the Iraqi market."
The President of the advisers in the Prime Minister's Office, for "government support for the private sector with full force, through the preparation of laws for its development, such as laws of economic reform, investment and tariffs," pointing out that "it means that the trend exists to support the private sector."
He called Anger, to "change the perception of the private sector by all entities, whether governmental or non-governmental organizations," he continued that there is a "question of the private sector is that it does not offer repairs and projects for Iraq."
Meanwhile, said Director General of the Trade Bank of Iraq, Hamdiya dry in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The private sector can not achieve success in any project without the funding provided by the Iraqi banks," criticizing "the pursuit of the private sector go to those non-Iraqi to help the promotion. "
Promised dry, that "Iraq could help himself because of the availability of the ingredients for the Advancement of Kalamoal, expertise and marketing outlets," indicating that "the Iraqi banks bear a great responsibility through its support to the private sector, so it should be directed to the development of curricula real can be implemented on the ground."
Promised the Director General of Trade Bank of Iraq, that "the Iraqi government strives to support the private sector in all of its powers," afterthought "but legislation is the only obstacle towards it."
For his part, questioned the expert economy on behalf of Jamil Antoine, "the capacity of the center on the development of the private sector," attributing it to "the World Bank sponsor of the Centre for development of the private sector, as long as the chosen people and the views are unknown, non-professional, to implement projects aimed at developing the private sector and its financing, and inattentiveness official known for its support for the sector. "
Antoine felt, that "most of the World Bank projects ended in failure or did not realize its potential," returned to the "center will be unaccounted for or does not serve the private sector about large."
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi private sector suffers from the disadvantages of the major challenges, including the implications of the security situation, and the obsolescence of its equipment, and the scarcity of electricity and fuel, and competition "fierce" for foreign products, as well as a lack of funding.