[generals64] I have been yelled at.....Screamed at.....Consoled....Cussed out....Thanked.....and apologized to here in the past couple of days......Allow me to at least send a minor post to my friends and the people who are members or our Group. I don't know how to send this to Recaps so, if someone does....please do it for me....
#1. Our group is NOT in conflict within each other....
#2. We have no objective to try and get you to join
#3. We are out attempting to help everyone no matter how much or how little dinar they have.
#4. I have not cashed out and I do not know the Rates..
#5. NO ONE else knows the rates or the dates and no gigantic WHALES have cashed out.
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#6. All that is being posted is Scare tactics and Speculation.
#7. Use common sense people why would the World Banking organization allow any major leaks like all these do-dahs say they have?
#8. Our group has NO hidden Agenda nor our own special website...
#9. We don't slam people or threaten people.
#10. We don't waste our time trying to get anyone on a conference call. If anyone wants to ignore the email when KCmana sends it then just do it.....This is not Rocket Science.....Have the others explain WHY none of their Stuff has come true.
[generals64] I am Generals64 and I did write this in full. Generals64 and Roscoe the wonder dog......later
[generals64] and the person who called and threatened me just a few minutes ago.......You know where I am....bring your a$ on....I'm tired of this silliness....Grow up people.
Rrrr: Will Rogers Quote… Everything is changing. People are taking their comedians seriously and the politicians as a joke.
Aaggiedad77: Well Family since I first posted this morning there has been an EXPLOSION of news it seems, enough to keep me busy for a while:
There appears to be some who want to use private banks in the distribution of the electronic card project, this is going to be a way to pay state employees....the coming new wave.....a cashless society I'm thinking.
From the sound of things, Iraqis and I'm assuming foreign workers must take an exam to work for the state regardless of the department, much like we do here. If this is correct, they may be developing as many as 37,000 jobs within the government for 2014, and it appears they anticipate 128,000 taking whatever required tests. What a job fair.
The world as we know it continues to depend largely upon oil for a source of energy. There is a prediction of a 5% increase in oil needs for 2014, and with that will come an increase in the price of oil, the world economy will also be stimulated in this process and that will aid in stimulating Iraq's economic growth as well.
One faction of Parliament, the Citizen bloc, is demanding a return of Parliament to read and vote upon the 2014 budget. They seem to believe that passing the budget will not be a difficult process, maybe they have been listening to Frank.
Again the Citizen bloc is being vocal today, announcing the need to pass the budget to come to the aid of the impoverished and neglected provinces. They seem to be saying that within the budget is a $5 allotment per barrel of oil produced that is supposed to go to the provinces, but what has been received in the past has only been $1 per barrel. They are seeking the balance due.
Basra is also making the same claim, needing the $5 allotment per barrel of oil and not settling for the lessor amount.
The city of Karbala is seeking letters of credit to businesses wishing to work there, claiming this will shorten the time to do business as well as to start construction activities.
The Citizen bloc is definitely being heard today it seems. They have spoken out regarding the province of Anbar. There have been 5,000 added to security and there is a call to sons of the tribes of Anbar to join with the police and army in pushing the terrorist remnants. They do not believe that there can be a military victory for Anbar at this time, that it must be accomplished politically. There is support for one billion dollars in the budget to build, maintain, and monitor an effort to fight terrorism.
There is growing concern about Anbar's ability to participate in the upcoming April 30 elections because of the level of fighting that is ongoing there. There sounds like a possibility of a postponement of the elections due to the violence.
Even the Iraqi List is being vocal today about the budget issues. They seem to be saying that had the COM resolved issues of the budget within their body this 2014 budget would have been one of the quickest approved in the Parliament, but as things stand, there will be crisis to move forward.
The Kurds are still being snooty, saying that if the Parliament attempts to pass the budget without the Kurdish involvement that could prove to be very dangerous. Both sides seem to be unrelenting with their own agendas at this time. I still hold out for a marriage between the two for 2014, I have to believe there are talks going on behind closed doors with this issue.
If I'm seeing this right, the Kurds seem to believe there are two issues with their oil, one centers on oil that was being produced when the Constitution was written....the second is oil that has been discovered and developed since that time....I think herein lies the contentious issues. The future fields, the new oil, was not mentioned in the Constitution and the Kurds have taken it upon themselves to develop their own ruling....sort of like the concept that it is easier to beg forgiveness than it is to ask permission.
From the sounds of things, it looks like Maliki has not closed out budget processes to the tune of $500 billion dollars....thus one budget gets approved before the previous budget is completed.....somewhere in that process some money seems to come up unaccounted for over the past 10 years or so.
Maliki is seeking to have troops trained by US forces in a third party country.
Korea has been awarded a contract for $99 million to build a gas processing plant in the Gharraf field.
The Kurds also are stating that for the COM to approve the draft 2014 budget without first hearing from the Kurds is a violation of the Constitution. They are saying they will continue to boycott Parliament in the meantime.
There does appear to be some activity in Parliament as they move closer to approving the Pension Law on Saturday, it is expected that this law will be approved next week.
The ports in and around Basra have received devices that will allow them to scan goods being imported for radioactivity.
More items are being added to the tariff list, now to include electrical appliances, I take this to mean power generation equipment, not your everyday electrical appliances that sit on the kitchen counter.
Kurdish President Barzani reported that he supports the Constitution in the case of energy and is not waiving constitutional rights of the province. I'm thinking they will get what they seek. Watch and see.
Iraqi General Barwari on duty in Anbar issued a warning of anyone supporting al Qaeda rebels that they stand to lose their homes in the fight in which he believes will end in victory for Iraq.
Here is some very positive news in my opinion.....a religious authority in Karbala is calling upon the government and nation to ease the dependence on oil with their economy and seek to build wealth as a multi-income country....this is a very good thing to be focused upon.
NEVER again will I say there is no news......you guys Toyvp, JJonesMX and Gearhead have been really pushing me this morning as it turns out.....thank God that WS is absent.....I'm finally caught up for a slight little bit. Keep up the great work.