IslandG1211 » August 15th, 2015, All IMO
The problems with in Iraq seem even more highlighted by the contrast of Iran, financially speaking. Consider that:
Iran comes out and boast it will have an international currency three months after being released from sanctions.
Iran doesn't have the debt problems Iraq has had to face.
Iran has political stability whether we like their idiology or not.
Iran has resources, and has come out with articles about their natural gas, gold, and oil.
Iran has $100 billion heading back into their control.
Iran has contracts being signed.
"if Iran was a company, I would buy it," Donald Trump.
We really do need to study Iran. I posed the question yesterday wondering if Obama would sign an Executive Order allowing us to buy Iran's currency.
I also stated yesterday that IMO, Abadi missed an opportunity to include in his statement about just how serious he was about reforms by including a statement about the CBI when he was talking to the IMF, WB, and international bankers.
I also post about the need for Abadi to insist on a date and rate for the RI (not to be confused with demanding a date or rate from Frank, nor for Iraq to make that public.)
The acceptance of DrS still not having a date, to me, is completely unacceptable, and if Iran does in fact become a viable investment in their currency by the international investors, there will be a shift of investment money to Iran, because they are better managed, have assets, little debt, and contracts.
What do you think Iran's Credit Rating will be? Higher than a B-?
Great that Abadi is thinking like a citizen, I hope he starts thinking like an international investor as well, and also like an American taxpayer and military family, because we've been supporting Iraq for years.
Alan: Very interesting. Hmm. I guess only time will tell.
Let's look at vietnam.. they devalued after WW2 and they still haven't revalued and they have plenty of resources.
Hope we’re not fooling ourselves.
Lexi: Good points.
I pray the time Frank mentioned that if they don't raise it they go on a black list. I pray that time doesn't just turn into something else that has to get in that line because they can keep putting everything in that long line forever till someone finally says ok guys enough is enough and you’re going to do this because to many countries have sacrificed far too much and far too long.
So you will do it no more excuses you do it now. Sadly I feel that's what will have to take place because I really dont have any confidence anymore that they can or will do it themselves. Just seems the way they are geared. All in my opinion
Frank26: Greetings Family: Been watching Your postings and smiling.
Was going to respond........... But ......... No.
Last week i poured much into our forum. Different approach this week with You.
On this coming MONDAY CC ........... We do not give DATES but we will open new files and TALK about them based on opinions.
Not a DATE of the MR but the DATES around it.
BTW ......... NOTE: We TALK to YOU KTFA FAMILY ...........On Your MONDAY CC'S.
Then THE NET talks to You afterwards.
Do You remember me saying and You Reading via FROSTY NOTES........... " One does not let a crisis go to waste!!!"
Do You Remember?
Well the day after and into all of this week two GURUS used my EXACT WORDS in their CCs.
They say that copying someone is a form of flattery .............. Hmmm........ So is saying Thank You Kindly for ................ SHARING !!! Well ............ Hope they listen this MONDAY too.......... Wink.
Have an Aloha Saturday KTFA FAMILY.
Please keep Your posting .......... Your ideas are GOOD. Look at UAE....... IRAN DEAL ....... A .......and INDONESIA.
Finally ........ Told You already that IMO DRS will sooM return ......... Come back to the CBI.
IMO ............ "Wait for it."
He will make the loudest explosion soon enough. He is not in Iraq at the moment.
Walkingstick » August 15th, 2015, 5:12 pm
Is al-Maliki will be tried on charges of committing international crimes of genocide
Net Yasiri Sunday 16 August 2015, 00:00
On according to Mr. Mohammed Al-Kaabi, spokesman of the International Criminal Court for the Middle East has been referred criminal Nouri al-Maliki to court on charges of genocide and among his aides who Torteurahalthm to court Gen. Farouk al-Araji, a military office manager and Lt. Gen. Ali Ghaidan, commander of ground forces and Saadoun al-Dulaimi Minister Defense Agency, Adnan al-Asadi senior agent of the Ministry of the Interior and the intelligence chief Zuhair Gharbaoui team Qassim Atta, director of operations at the intelligence service and the team called Hgati head of the anti-terrorism device.
Kaabi revealed that the Court now has the complete files crimes committed by al-Maliki and his aides, including genocide in Anbar, Kirkuk and camps Ashraf and Liberty, who have settled refugees Iranian members of the PMOI and the blatant violation of human rights organization and follow the brutal methods of torture and violation of human rights and freedoms of citizens and contrary to agreements Geneva and the Charter of the United Nations and international law
The criminal referral to the court is al-Maliki and his aides that were full have not been to circumvent the decision a victory for justice and international law, a maturity of all the victims of al-Maliki and his aides.