Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 8-16-15
Wealthwatch Evening Chat 8-16-15 Part 2 of 2
Wocardtexas: Have question. Why did euro happen so fast and dinar so long
chattels: ‹@Wocardtexas› apples and oranges my friend, IMO
chattels: as was the Kuwaiti dinar to the IQD
newbieDA: www.youtube.com/watch check this out, Iraq demonstrations and celebrating
omaatje: ‹@Wocardtexas› the euro was fast because they shoved it down our throat
chattels: ‹@omaatje› Are you an admirer of Nigel Farange ?
omaatje: ‹@chattels› nope, it s just talk, we have Wilders, same thing, talk talk talk
chattels: ‹@omaatje› where are you ?
chattels: travel to / in Europe is on my bucket list
chattels: the bucket list is long and the years growing shorter :)
omaatje: I lost my house, half of my pension, hard to pay the rent and healtcare? well lots of money and verry little care aspecialy for older people.
omaatje: ‹@chattels› The Netherlands, noting to see here
omaatje: almost 17 millon people on a poststamp
chattels: there is an antique dealer and vintage automobile restorer that I want to visit there
chattels: is there " meaning " in your to your chat name ?
omaatje: it means little granny
chattels: cute :)
omaatje: my grandsons call me omaatje
chattels: Coetzee is a dutch name, yes ?
whitelions: ‹@omaatje› Cherokee ?
omaatje: ‹@chattels› yes
omaatje: ‹@whitelions› :silly:
chattels: we are so diverse and alike at once
omaatje: yes we are
omaatje: the same problems everywhere
whitelions: ‹@omaatje› I'm just learning myself I'm Blackfoot but I can't fined anybody to teach me on line but I ran across a Cherokee teacher and she is teaching many of us
chattels: ‹@omaatje› all with the same wants and needs, eh ?
omaatje: ‹@chattels› Yes, Sad isn't it?
chattels: or gloriously consoling
chattels: our humanity connects us
chattels: Vote and reading law, notably the work of 15 parties and Parliament session tomorrow 08/16/2015 11:17 p.m. hold the House of Representatives, on Monday, its regular reading of the vote and 15 of the draft laws.
The agenda includes, according to a statement of the Council "vote on the draft labor law, the remaining from 58 articles, and vote on the draft law on political parties, and vote on the draft law on passports, and the consideration of appeals filed on membership of some lawmakers Health, and the first reading of the draft amendment law First of law Property Claims Commission. ".
chattels: First Vice President of Iran Yitzhak Jhangere stressed the need to start the process of political reforms announced by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to address effectively the organization Daash.
The House of Representatives approved last week on government and parliamentary reforms package in response to the directives of the religious authority and the demands of the demonstrators, what issued Abadi today a decision Petrhik government of 33 the Ministry to 22. He Jhangere Sunday during a meeting with Iraqi Vice President Nuri al-Maliki, who is currently visiting Tehran ..................
chattels: role of Vice President Nuri al-Maliki said some Western countries are looking to the division of Iraq and said they want to keep Iraq's problems and prefer to divide Iraq on the fight against Daash "calling , to "activate economic cooperation between Tehran and Baghdad and the entry of Iranian companies to invest in the Iraqi market."
Maliki said, "Iran stands in support of the Iraqi people contributed to overcome the challenges," pointing out that "the will of the global arrogance defeated the efforts of the Islamic resistance," calling for "activating Economic cooperation between Baghdad and Tehran through the entry of Iranian companies to invest in the Iraqi market through the method of payment on credit ".
chattels: Mr. Maliki seems unabashed by the developments in Iraq regarding his " indictment " by the Mosul reports
rollonjohn: That was a mistake lol
BB824: I still believe the only way he's going is in a bag
BB824: you can un corrupt a country in a week or months that's been corrupted for years
chattels: 11/08/2015 11:13 GMT Zebari stresses the importance of the financial and banking system reform to line with international standardsFollow-up – and babysit – stressed Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, the importance of the financial and banking system reform in line with the international standards. According to a statement the Ministry of Finance received news agency public opinion (and babysit),
that “Zebari chaired a meeting with the Governor of the Central Bank, and President of the Board of Supreme Audit and Director of the Rafidain and Rasheed Bank and a number of the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank experts, to consider the restructuring of the two banks through the banking system application destruction and the possibility of increasing the capital of the two banks in order to enable the practice of comprehensive banking operation, including commercial banking. ”
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The interlinking of these various exchanges results in the emergence of an informal, but never-the-less structured global capital market.
Spurred by the decoupling of exchange controls and foregoing of adjustable peg exchange rates from individual capital markets,
in addition to technological advances that have facilitated the movement of capital around the world, investors have increasingly sought investments in multiple currencies.
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chattels: Former PM Maliki on the top list of final report of Mosul fall, PSDC member says Published: 2015/8/16 16:40 • Baghdad (AIN) –The name of former PM Maliki is on the top of the list of the final report of the the fall of Mosul, member of the parliamentary Security and Defense Committee MP Majid al-Gharawi said in a statement on Sunday. en.alliraqnews.com/module...
BB824: why isn't Malik scared yet
chattels: ‹@BB824› Let's see if he returns before we conclude anything.
TxBrand: ‹@BB824› I think the Iranians are sheltering him... its just a guess
BB824: if he even really left
chattels: ‹@BB824› there is little doubt, if any, that Maliki is in Iran.
BB824: they would shelter him
BB824: there still no concrete fact yet is is there for sure
chattels: Maliki has spent most of his adult life in exile from Iraq.
TxBrand: ‹@BB824› it was tweeted on tweeter that he was
chattels: ‹@BB824› Why do you say such ?
TxBrand: lol tweeted on tweeter lol lol
BB824: one of the international editors for world news said he is still waiting for more reliable conformation
chattels: ‹@BB824› Maliki's press site has posted that he is and news today is quoting Maliki speaking at a meeting in Tehran.
BB824: Well we're gonna have to wait and really see
TxBrand: ‹@BB824› the guy that was talking on tweeter was upset that the Iranians were treating him like is was still a VP... had a picture of him there
TxBrand: well you can wait... lol
BB824: And if he IS there and returns to Iraq . .then what
TxBrand: I would not touch that with a 10 foot pole lol
chattels: ‹@BB824› if there is any truth to the news about the Mosul reports then Maliki will be referred for prosecution
BB824: just like the other threats the past couple of years...well talk is cheap from them
TxBrand: Iraq Live Update @IraqLiveUpdate · 3h3 hours ago 'Narcotics type' medicine Tramadol found in Daesh terrorists pockets #Iraq twitter.com/IraqLiveUpdat...
chattels: Reuters Video: Iraqi panel finds Maliki, others responsible for fall of Mosul BAGHDAD/BEIRUT | BY AHMED RASHEED AND STEPHEN KALIN www.reuters.com/article/2...
TxBrand: it think they have to be high on something to do the things they do... or they are lunatics
BB824: if Maliki comes back then that means he has the powers to not really be scared or worry of threats
EdoBini: Maliki will not show up again in Iraq. It was all well planned before he escape on his second attempt.. He will now be throwing stone into his own Country. Something Maliki is familiar with in his past youthful life.
TxBrand: side effects --- •high levels of serotonin in the body - agitation, hallucinations, fever, fast heart rate, overactive reflexes, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, loss of coordination, fainting; or
BB824: this will be an interesting maliki week coming :ninja:
BB824: edo I hope your right
BB824: BUT when it comes to Iraq.......
TxBrand: Thomas van Linge @arabthomness · 7h7 hours ago #Kurdistan BREAKING: #PKK/#YDGH fighters have taken full control of Varto (Gimgim) after clashes with Turkish police twitter.com/arabthomness/...
EdoBini: Abadi made a circulated mistake when Maliki first attempt to escape to Syria resulted in no detention for him. How could Abadi let him off the hook at that particular junction.
EdoBini: From Iran, Maliki will not let the dream die that one day, he will return to rule over Iraq again.
chattels: Abadi may not be in absolute control or maybe a deal has been struck. We wait and we watch.
TxBrand: I may have been planned...so M s follower would not protest about him being I jail
TxBrand: when it all sinks in what he has done... they will just have to accept it
Abraham: ‹@chattels› how did Maliki travel to Iran?
EdoBini: One fact may emerge as the World looks on in disbelief though, The International Court of Justices may invoke their world-wide dragnet on Maliki through Interpol to try to fish him out from Iran.
Already, Iran is known as a rouge State and will acerbate negatively Iran standing in the World. There will be a political prize to pay for harboring a guy like Maliki by Iran.
Abraham: Not a good move by Iran since it confirms that Iran harbours terrorist particularly at this time with the U.S. Congress reviewing the Nuclear Agreement
EdoBini: @Abraham>>> That's correct.
Abraham: That move could cause other Countries to agree to not removing, or re-applying sanctions!
Abraham: If I was Abadi, I would ask Iran to recall their Ambassador from Iraq, or hand Malaki over!
chattels: ‹@Abraham› unknown to me, but i suspect by plane
Abraham: ‹@chattels› thanks Sir! I though he was taken and escorted by ISIS in one of our Abraham Tanks
Fit2beFit: Maliki on hot seat in Iraq over fall of Mosul
Fit2beFit: www.washingtonpost.com/wo... LINK
Fit2beFit: Iraqi official says Maliki’s government wasted $1 trillion of Iraqi funds
Fit2beFit: Shiite Power Struggle in Iraq Threatens Prime Minister’s Overhaul of Government
Fit2beFit: news.google.com/news/stor... LINK
Abraham: The news is all over the place.some state he is a VP and some state he is a former VP!
BOBBY: Chattels...... this leds to a question...... how much control does Iran have over Iraq / Abadi?
Fit2beFit: Iran Tightens its Grip on Iraq w/New "Reforms"
chattels: ‹@BOBBY› I would use the word " influence " rather than control
chattels: control is an illusion in most all human behaviors
whitelions: ‹@BOBBY› not as much as people would have you believe
chattels: influence waxes and wanes
chattels: it is likely issue, person and time sensitive as to the interaction between Iran and Iraq
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› money talks and Malaki has a lot of it
chattels: the influence of Iran does not operate to the degree that Iraq acts against it's own interest, but the line becomes muddled in certain instances and is often a two way street
Fit2beFit: IF IF IF IF Maliki stays in Iran, the rest of his goons will follow and disappear
chattels: who is using who ?
Abraham: ‹@BOBBY› what Abadi should have done is to have Malaki arrested while he was presenting the reform package! That's Leadership!
whitelions: Abadi is working on getting his country in to a working nation in the world and he knows like 99% of th world knows that Iran is a forse to be wery of BUT in order to work on the world platform you have to work with your enameys as well as your alies
chattels: i fear that we attribute too much control to Mr. Abadi
BOBBY: Abraham.......... that leds to this question........ why wasn't he?
whitelions: ‹@Abraham› woulda shoulda coulda we don't know what we don't know untill we know it
chattels: his power is not absolute and governs with the consent and cooperation of many factions
whitelions: ‹@chattels› I agree
BOBBY: Should be interesting this week what news comes forth
chattels: nor is Mr. Abadi a " George Washington ", he has been part of the problem himself
chattels: bad things happen to good people and none of us is so very good
chattels: we live in a broken world
chattels: evil sometimes prevails over good temporally
chattels: ‹@Abraham› ‹@Abraham› with all due respect my friend we know that here are things that are hurting many people these days
chattels: BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraqi police are poised to advance on Ramadi in Anbar province, following the recapture of the city outskirts. The news comes amid reports that Iraqi forces have arrived at Anbar University, just a few kilometers from the center of Ramadi.
But the advance has been slow because of explosives and booby traps planted in the newly-liberated areas. According to information obtained from residents, people living close to Ramadi’s city gate have evacuated homes in anticipation of upcoming clashes.