Bluedog : I THINK IT IS TIME TO GO BACK AND STUDY THE DODD FRANK ACT (LAW) SO YOU ARE NOT SURPRISED AT EXCHANGE
TAKE A IN DEPTH LOOK AT IT ............... VERY DEEP LOOK ................ YOU WILL CHOKE ....... Bluedog
Frank26: Tell You what Brother ......... Normally i do not share something like this but:
May i suggest that You READ reports from a ............ Paul Bremer III .
Paul wrote the fundamental matrix for Iraq ......... Then DODD
Bluedog: IMO, YOU WILL BE SUPPRESSED AS A CURRENCY INVESTOR IN THE FUTURE AND HOPE WE AS INSVESTORS DO NOT HAVE TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS UNDER 13303.....
HOPE DODD FRANK TAKES EFFECT AT A PACE NOT AS IT WAS APPROVED
DO NOT TAKE MY OPINION.... LEARN LAWS OF THE USA.......DO NOT BE ONE OF THE SHEEP...... BLUEDOG
JJONESMX: » August 12th, 2015, 7:06 am
CBI... News & Announcements
To / approved all banks ( to suspend trading in dollars )
JJONESMX » August 12th, 2015, 7:20 am
I will not defend corrupt or wrongly, there is not a target in the reform process and the fight against corrupt, and we will go out with full force, and we will strike with an iron fist on the corrupt Link
ZOCHOWSKI » August 12th, 2015, 8:04 am MORNIN...........
IT APPEARS THAT WE ARE STILL IN "LIMBO" STATUS.........
DANCIN' STILL ON-GONING.....
HOW MUCH LONGER CAN THEY LAST???????????
NO ONE KNOWS THE "WHEN" OF IT, ALTHOU MANY HAVE GIVEN "WIND" OF IT.........THE SCENT IS IN THE AIR............
END OF THIS WEEK WE WILL BE 1/2 THRU AUGUST.........
WE WILL ALSO BE INTO 11TH MONTH ISLAMIC..........
DIFFERENT ITEMS OF INFO I HAVE CAUGHT IMPLY TO ME THAT OUR 9TH MONTH COULD HAVE IMPORTANCE, EVEN MORE SO WITH OUR 10TH MONTH.........
THESE MONTHS COINCIDE WITH OTHER CALENDARS........
WHAT IS INTERESTING IS THAT OTHER WORLD EVENTS ARE CONGRUENTLY SHAPING THE DECISIONS OF DECISIONS TO BE MADE IN THE FUTURE............
LAST TWO WEEKS OF CC'S HAVE BEEN INTRESTING IN THE WAY THAT TALK HAS BEEN PROVIDED............
KEEP THE EYES OPEN, WATCH FOR SIGNS THAT LEAD OFF THE MAIN TRAIL.......
ENOUGH FOR NOW............ONE POINT, 30 TO 45 DAYS FROM 7/24 CC CALL......
Walkingstick » August 12th, 2015, 8:26 am
Iraqi politicians have no where to flee to
Posted on August 12, 2015 by Rizgar Khoshnaw in 1 Top News, Exclusive, Politics
Rizgar Khoshnaw | Special to Ekurd.net
Could it be that the time has come to see honest governing in Iraq?
Is it possible for prime minister Al-Abadi to succeed in rooting out the corrupt and set Iraq on the path of true prosperity and honest work?
It would sure seem that way from the recent news that we are reading about what is going on in Iraq nowadays.
The timing of Al-Abaids move seems a little suspect! I say that because who would ever imagine that Al-Abadi can not only dismiss/remove Nouri Al-Maliki, one of his deputies, but prevent him from fleeing the country last night, according to Al-Baghdadia news station?
Such move is extremely dangerous unless Mr. Al-Abadi has some sort of “support” from the US. I truly believe that the US had enough of corruption and mismanagement in Iraq and decided to make a move to help Iraq.
Furthermore, president Obama has recently sent some “advisors” to Iraq and I think that those advisors are helping Al-Abadi ensuring that he succeeds and does not face any obstacles, especially from Al-Maliki and his gang. I am certain many other Iraqi politicians will attempt to flee Iraq soon, but they will not succeed.
What is so interesting about Al-Maliki’s attempt to fell Iraq last night is that the private jet that has come to rescue Al-Maliki originated from Syria and their final destination was Syria as well. It seems a little odd that Al-Maliki has chosen Syria, a country that has been in civil war for more than three years, to flee to and not Iran where he had very close and cordial relationship with for many years.
I think Al-Maliki now knows Iran is not a country that will shelter/protect him, or other Iraqi corrupt politicians, since the US and Iran are on the path of mending their differences/relationship and Iran will not take a chance of harboring a fugitive like Al-Maliki.
If Syria is the preferred, and most likely the only country, that Iraqi politicians are looking to run to, then it is safe to say that these Iraqi politicians have no where to hide. Justice will prevail and these corrupt thieves have no place to run to as I am sure that the Iraqi courts, and angry citizens, are looking forward to prosecute them.
If Mr. Al-Abadi’s move does indeed succeed, then I can only see great potential and future for Iraq. What I mean is that Iraq will indeed attract real foreign investment on the near future because foreign companies will be at ease doing business with honest government.
Not only Al-Abadi is sacking the corrupt, but he is also removing the unqualified personnel and replacing them with qualified and educated individuals that understand how to govern and do honest business.
The Iraqi government has lost many opportunities to prosper (Iraqi oil revenue alone was more than $800 Billion in the past ten years) and improve the lives of their citizens due to the wide spread corruption,
Iraqis are living under utter miserable conditions. I hope we are now witnessing a new Iraq where the government works for their citizens and not against them. Enough is enough!
Walkingstick » August 12th, 2015, 8:33 am
Maliki loses lawsuit against him
By Roudao 33 minutes ago
Roudao - Arbil profit Kurdistan Region President election body, the Supreme Commission for Elections in Iraq, Ali is able who get him away Nuri al-Maliki from office, his lawsuit filed against the latter when he was prime minister.
Independent Electoral Commission and relegated to the election, based on book No. 331 issued on ( 19.01.2014) the decision of the then Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, Ali is able from his post as President of the Kurdistan Regional Authority elections, which the last payment to file a lawsuit against al-Maliki.
In this regard, unable said in a statement that the Supreme Court of the Executive in Iraq , and after the investigation in the file, issued a decision in his favor, and replaced the decision of the al-Maliki, to be letting him after about a year and eight months, to return to his previous position. He added that after settle the matter in court, "the Electoral Commission for elections in Iraq decided to go back to my post starting from the ninth of this August. "