EXOGEN > May 9, 2015 at 9:55am
BELIEF SYSTEMS AND SPECULATIVE INVESTMENTS DO NOT MIX. THE SWIFT SYSTEM CIRCUMVENT IS NOT ACTIVATED, AND THAT IS THE REALITY AND YOU CAN READ IT, GOOGLE, ETC.
IT IS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE TO FIGURE WHY THE USA IS BEHIND DELAYS
PEOPLE ARE PUMPING THE GCR AND THE GLOBAL SWIFT SYSTEM CIRCUMVENT IS NOT EVEN ACTIVATED YET!!!
RUSSIA IS PRESSING CHINA TO DO THIS SOONER THAN LATER BECAUSE THE I.T. INFRASTRUCTURE IS 100% COMPLETED FOR THE NEW SYSTEM TO GO LIVE.
LouisT..M. > EXOGEN May 9, 2015 at 10:04am
So this means that the swifts still go through US and therefore can be blocked. The only way is to go around via BRICS swift.
jetdriver2 May 9, 2015 at 9:22am
Intel SITREP from Deep Source(s) for May 8
SITREP (Situation Report) 5-8-15 10:41 PM EST
Deep Source #1:
"The Admiral went in last night and Obama blocked the funds from releasing. This is UNCONFIRMED intel and is not the first time this has happened, nor the second or third. Arrests are scheduled to move forward again tomorrow."
Deep Source #2:
"It has been confirmed that the Cabal are at their last stand. They are aware of their defeat and have accepted their demise, but are fighting to their last breath. They believe that they will rise once again in the future after all is well and calm. The Resistance forces and their allies have confirmed that this will be prevented from happening. A major breakthrough for humanity is near. It is that time in history again when an empire falls and gives birth to a new era."
Dan C. > jetdriver2 May 9, 2015 at 9:29am Thank you jetdriver! This one doesn't resonate with me. I don't think that Obama is blocking anything. There may in fact be more arrests occurring and I think that is likely, but I think the ability to "block" anything is simply not there anymore for the Illuminati, nor is it possible for Obama to block anything.
jetdriver2 > Dan - I hope you are right. Note that this report is apparently referring to Thursday night, after which T&DC reported on Friday morning that the U.S. had ceased all opposition to the release.
Dan C. > jetdriver2 May 9, 2015 at 9:42am Thanks for the additional insight jetdriver.....I really feel that this thing HAS been "sorted". It now appears as though the actual release in the USA may be timed to sync-up Europe. I'm thinking that today and tomorrow will be the waiting period with lots of activity Monday through the rest of next week.
Jon May 9, 2015 at 10:29am
5-9-15 ocrush: (Dxxxxxxx) heard from a friend who is VP of a very large company:
Placed a call to my friend, John! The 1.5% world bank loan that will be distributed in July to Iraq is based on a credit rating of A! It's the length of time that was given to them (35 years) that gives them that rating and not lower!
John was his roomy at NYU.
I asked if I could share and he said yes and that any financial professional should know this.
The theory is that Iraq has to have a strong currency to have a credit rating of any kind, much less an A.
SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, connecting the dots! RV = A rating = above loan IN JULY!
SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, an RV before then!!!!
G T > Jon Iraq is getting "A" Credit Rating With VAPOR (If This is True)!!!
Their Currency Needs To Be Revalued SOON or their Wil Be a LOT OF QUESTIONS Based on that Rating FROM THE NON DINARIAN PUBLIC, MEDIA & FINANCE COMMUNITIES (IMO)
Jon > G T I agree completely. The sooner the better for them.
Already Blessed : EVERYTHING IS STILL AWESOME GUYS....THINK ABOUT IT...GO BACK TO WHAT YOU KNOW....THIS CAN'T GO BACKWARD....THINGS ARE DONE THAT CAN'T BE UNDONE...REJOICE!
Fox: Fri. min. 7 (TNT CC) ,Politicians are excited about whats going on and Patting each other on the backs, EVERYBODY is PREPARED for next COUPLE of DAYS , CBI IS READY
Fox: DC -fri This looks Phenomally Good , SEVERAL OTHER GROUPS of FOLKS in many different Regions were allowed to go in MASS to EXCHANGE thier Currencies , Some Spontanious PARTYING going on ,
BOTTOM LINE ..." THEY ALLOWED A HELL OF A LOT MORE TO GO THROUGH "
Mountainman: Hey Frank....Regarding DELTA'S MR ??? Why Iraqs bonds are in USD.....
Could it be that though on a Technical Level The IQD is Positioned "IN" Article 8.....but NOT for The WORLD to See YET!!!
So this allows them to create MORE Liquidity.....Like Rocket Fuel for their MR Economy.....plus it helps pay their CONTRACTUAL Obligations w/ other Countries/Investors!!!
Frank26: I Like Your thought process Friend but no....... What we have is 180 from this idea.
But as i said ......... Your thinking is good. KTFA Frank
TM: FRANK i have thought about Delta's post on bonds selling in usd. imo this would let us investors (whale sharks etc,) purchase them in usd maybe?? Just thinking out loud. i'll go back to lurking mode.Have a great day family!!!
Frank26: My gift:
Why does a country sell bonds?
To pay their bills.
But Iraq has no liquidity.
LOL........ THEY DO NOW!!!
Tell You Monday. KTFA Frank
Frostythe Snowman: Economist-Ex-PM Maliki lost 500 BN in oil
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Economist Adnan Janabi, the former head of the Iraqi parliament's oil and gas committee, has criticized Baghdad's oil policies and laid the blame on ex-prime minister Nouri al-Maliki.
“For 2015, the Iraqi government must pay the oil companies some $20 billion and Baghdad should be committed the deals it makes,” Janabi told the Al-Mada newspaper on Friday.
Janabi said the delayed formation of a federal council for the oil and gas is the leading factor in the corruption and decline of Iraq's oil sector.
Janabi, a member of interim prime minister's Ayad Allawi’s cabinet in 2005, said at the time of the Allawi’s government there was a plan to increase production and oil exports to six million barrels per day at a time when the price was $100 for per barrel of crude.
“Due to bad administration in terms of the oil sector during Maliki's time in office, the country lost $500 billion,” said Janabi, referring to Mailiki tenure from 2006-2014.
In early march, a Kurdish MP in Iraqi parliament said Baghdad was considering a change in its oil agreements with foreign firms to claw its way out of a deep economic crisis.
Iraqi Kurdish MP Arez Abdullah said the parliamentary oil committee had met with the country’s oil ministry to work out a solution.
“According to our information, Iraq owes oil companies $21 billion. We expect the amount to increase, as Iraq does not have enough money to pay them back on time,” Adullah told Rudaw.