Post From Wealthwatch.world Chat Room 9-30-15
Wealthwatch Late Night Member Chat 9-30-15 Part 2 of 2
Donnie: i now see it's almost 2 million Dinar so that cheap even for circulated bank notes
Winnerdinar: ‹@Donnie› The uk market on ebay is doing very poorly with the dinar
chattels: ‹@Winnerdinar› I read comparisons early on in this venture
Donnie: Rial is down 40% since 2 months ago and Dinar is down 10-15% all on ebay
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› I think Iraq is the marshall plan on steriods as long as they stablise
chattels: ‹@Winnerdinar› But, I do not profess to be knowlegable
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› stability is key and I have a good feeling that will come after october
chattels: ‹@Winnerdinar› I have rather quit thinking about the ultimate outcome - just staying current while I wait it out
Donnie: ‹@Winnerdinar› careful... ur starting to sound like one of those NON-gurus... lol
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› This is rumour but I think Islamic state are about to be taken out from all fronts during October. It will be interesting to see the impact russia has on daash
chattels: ‹@Winnerdinar› I remain hopeful, but not expectant
Donnie: my money is on Russia kicking ISIS out of Syria before everyone else kicks ISIS out of Iraq
chattels: ‹@Winnerdinar› Suicidal combatants do not quit no matter the odds or situation
Donnie: ‹@chattels› hopefully there is a limited supply of Suicidal combatants :)
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels›No they dont
Winnerdinar: sad but true
chattels: ‹@Donnie› I would not be surprised to learn that the " world " is using Syria as a draw for a killing field for Jihadist
Donnie: that would be interesting
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› Neat little trick to get rid of "home grown terrorists"
Donnie: Did everyone see the agenda for tomorrow? The meeting's agenda number (25) Thursday (1) October 2015 01 October 0.2015 The third parliamentary session The second legislative year The first legislative term
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› Reduce the threat to your own country and kill them on syrias battlefield
chattels: ‹@Winnerdinar› a dastardly notion, but ......................
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› I have thought that for sometime
chattels: ‹@Donnie› Whachu thinkin ?
BOBBY: anyone have an idea what there numbers are these days?
chattels: ‹@Winnerdinar› it makes some sense in a perverted way
chattels: ‹@BOBBY› not really - historically 15 - 25,000 according to what is probably unreliable intel
Donnie: www.parliament.iq/details... vote on 5 laws, second reading on 3
chattels: ‹@BOBBY› the " count " may depend upon whether one includes " forced " participants at the " administrative or civil " level
chattels: I continue to be surprised by the low " body counts "
BOBBY: Chattels.. just unbelievable barbaric actions in this day and age
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› CIA Trickery
chattels: like so much of this process there are many things that we do not and will not know until there is a " postmortem ", if at all
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› One thing I have learnt- It does not matter your background everyone is fighting over one thing and one thing only OIL. One religious group is made to look bad over another but it all boils down to evryone worshipping OIL
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› Its sad becuase it involves human lives
chattels: ‹@Winnerdinar› and not what is the right decision, but who has the right to make that decision - power
BOBBY: Winnerdinar....... i have seen it first hand over there
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› I Hope what ever you saw did not make you lose faith in the human race
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› agreed
BOBBY: Winnerdinar... i never had much to begin with
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› i understnad that
BOBBY: all it did was open my eyes even wider
BOBBY: i value life and what i can do to help make it better, as hokey as that sounds
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› I started this investment to get rich. That was my original intention. However I learnt that the powers that make their decisions really are evil in lots of ways. this ride has made my eyes open up
Donnie: ‹@Winnerdinar› ditto
BOBBY: i think it says something about the people who look beyond the money in this
Winnerdinar: ‹@Donnie› I used to live life not caring or more likely not thinking. The investment made me realise just how messed up the world really is
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› In my everyday life I cant talk the way I just have in this chat - people esp in the uk are very blind
Donnie: for sure
Donnie: very saddening
Winnerdinar: ‹@Donnie› its all about X factor and whatever drivel they can use to dumb the masses
BOBBY: shades of blindness are everywhere... its sad
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› Yes it is. Imagine what this world would be like if everyone did wake up
BOBBY: i remember what theses people went through just to have an election
The news is alway bad about Iraq but our forces did do a lot of good in Iraq that never gets noticed or reportrd
chattels: " From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked. "
chattels: Whether wisdom or wealth, we all are responsible and accountable.
BOBBY: Winnerdinar..... i contracted over there from 04 to 06...... i am non military
chattels: To our fellow man and creator.
BOBBY: i went over there and at the time i could care less about the people of that country, that changed
BOBBY: after what i saw
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› wow. One of the people I work with was a soldier in Iraq and was told by a contracter to buy the dinar
chattels: Godspeed the completion of the Iraqi banking sector reform project. God bless us everyone that we may in turn be a blessing to others. Amen.
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› I cnat imagine the horrors you saw
BOBBY: Chattels...... well said sir
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› I plan to do a lot of good with any money I make.
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› especially for animals
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› I would like to help save endangered species in Africa by placing bounties on the poachers- maybe not a good idea
BOBBY: Chattels.... i am gonna open a deli over there..... call it Infideli. lol
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› More likelt
Winnerdinar: ‹@Winnerdinar› more likely to open a cat and dog sanctuary somewhere
Winnerdinar: ‹@BOBBY› lol
chattels: The ability to practice random acts of kindness and generosity.
BOBBY: Winnerdinar... you got my vote lol
chattels: ‹@BOBBY› :)
chattels: ‹@BOBBY› that should be a short lived business :)
Winnerdinar: I hust read that Russia is bombing syrian rebels and not IS. Whats going on
Winnerdinar: The syrian Free army are getting bombed by russia
Winnerdinar: i will see if i can get a link
Winnerdinar: Syrian Rebels Taken Aback by Russian Airstrikes 1 / 15 The New York Times By ANNE BARNARD3 hrs ago © Homs Media Centre via AP In this image made from video provided by Homs Media Centre, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, smoke rises after airstrikes by military jets in Talbiseh of the Homs province, western Syria… BEIRUT, Lebanon --
“They are the most violent strikes,” says a man filming the grim aftermath of what he asserts was a Russian air attack on the town of Talbiseh, in the Homs Province of Syria.
“This is the Russian criminal regime.” The voice then trials off into laments and prayers: “Oh God, oh God, oh God. God is all we need.” - He concludes: “This is what the criminal Russian planes did.” –
When Russia declared it would start hitting the Islamic State in Syria, opponents of President Bashar al-Assad were immediately concerned that it would target them as well — insurgents who rebelled long before the Islamic State, also called ISIS or ISIL, existed in its current form. –
But even they were taken aback on Wednesday when Russia’s very first airstrikes in Syria appeared to target areas where the Islamic State has no known presence, including some that have symbolic resonance as strongholds of the early, locally based opposition that sprang up among army defectors. - Get Today’s Headlines by E-Mail Each Morning From The New York Times –
If Moscow had been determined to destabilize the situation in Syria, many of Mr. Assad’s opponents say, it would have been hard-pressed to think of a more electrifying and polarizing way.
Among the areas hit was the base of a group that had been supported and supplied by the United States and its allies, said its leader, Jamil Saleh.
He said the group’s base had been hit severely in Hama Province, wounding eight of his men. Later on Wednesday, American officials confirmed that some groups supported by the United States had been hit. - “We are on the front lines with Bashar al-Assad’s ar
chattels: This is likely to get very ugly
Winnerdinar: ‹@chattels› I agree I hope it does not involve war with russia