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After reading the Budget yesterday I was inspired to do some research so I went back through hours and hours of articles and found eleven that dated back to July of 2012 but some even referenced statements made by the CBI as far back as July 2011 that will confirm that this is to be the year of Iraq's Monetary and Currency Reform.
I go through them in chronological order of events that lead up to July of this year. In July of 2012 the articles start point to January 1, 2013 as the starting date, and then in August of 2012 they push that to the first part of 2013 and then a month later they say that it will take place mid year 2013, as in July 1, 2013.
So what does this mean, will it means we are still in the game folks, we still have a chance of this taking place from now until July 1st IMO.
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They were correct so far, January 1st came without it taking place, the first part of the year is happening now and we have yet to see it but July is just around the corner.
Folks, nothing new about this has come out this year to discredit these so far, so why wouldn't these articles be correct, I think they have been, we just needed a reminder is all. Do yourself a favor and if you only listen or watch one of my shows, let this be the one.
I know that I have stepped on some lopsters toes and they are all upset because I have proven them wrong more then once on their lop theory. BTW, these articles also help debunk a lop as well.
They continue to hold onto the CBI financials as being the only thing that they believe can be trusted, even though the IMF Report has proven the CBI Financial to be wrong.
They also think that there is no proof that the CBI has reduced liquidity in the form of Dinar even though the CBI has said that they were reducing it and that Rasheed Bank even said that the problem with the lack of liquidity in the market is because there is no liquidity in the banks themselves in the form of Iraqi Dinar.
There is only two things that make up liquidity in Iraq in the market place and that is USD or Dinars and we continue to read article that say that the CBI is wanting to double the sell of USD to stabilize the Dinar so it can't be them dumping dinars into the market place because the articles wouldn't say LACK OF LIQUITITY, would they?
Folks, watch or listen and give me your feedback at info@StrykerBlog.com, I would really like to hear your thoughts on these articles. Thanks and have a great day.