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Thursday, June 7, 2012

Good is called an advance of 5 million percent salary, 8 JUNE


Good is called an advance of 5 million percent salary

Baghdad / Orr News
Director General of the Rasheed Bank that the bank fired thousands of transactions suspended for the disbursement of advances personal amounting to 5 million dinars and the 100 salary advance for the construction of the $ 50 million dinars.
He said that "other transactions will be considered by the launch and also until we receive notice of that, but we are busy now advances transactions suspended for the duration of past and received by the branches of the circuit."
The fistula that "the bank included Baútmana employees of the many parties such as trade unions and federations Corporation Act to buy cars or set up small enterprises according to a formula of the Union or association or organization, and between those credits also for the building of the role or vacant land or external finance, travel, treatment, and study and others in addition to the bank offers of credits for citizens and the amount of Bsagvha top 20 million dinars, according to the potential borrower, needs and size of the project such as opening pharmacies or set up workshops of various kinds according to the guarantees and mechanisms for lending an easy goal of all, create jobs and reduce unemployment and increase the banking business, "asserting that" all branches of the bank amount so They work very hard in this direction. "

BULLDOG POST UPDATE, 7 JUNE

[bigdaddytim] If I may ask, I just read Recaps last Okie statement. Has there been any additional info that might give us a little more "fine tuning" of a timeline?
[Bulldog75] bigdaddytim : the Fine tuning is the Rate Post and Codes. You are sittin near the flame. Blessings.
[Bulldog75] Peace, Harmony, Love, Forgiveness, Light and Happiness leads the way to a Peaceful Life. There are thorns on every Rose Bush. We smell the sweetness of the Rose ......and not look for the thorns
[Bulldog75] (before I go). I have taken many large groups(hundreds at a time) to the "church" in the One Year I have been on this site. Many of us have witnessed this over the course of my history here. There are no bridges to burn here. We build peace, love and harmony here. This site will stay harmonious, peaceful. loving and kind. The #1 Rule here is 'Respect' for we all each have traveled many different roads. There is a philosophy of church and state separation. One site cannot be everything to everybody. This originated as a Dinar Site with a separate church room. We respect all people of all races, religions and creed. If One has a major problem, please 'air the grievance' off the site with the Administrator, Mod or Sambo. This site will stay positive and respectful to our guests and visitors. We are Blessed and Highly Favored. Let our attitudes reflex that attitude and presence. Blessings. 

SOONERFAN POST, 7 JUNE


 soonerfan62] Good evening everyone been awhile, just to let all of you know this week has been a pleasure for me because all the sites intel people have been working together. All the guys and gals here, OOM, and 3S has been working together all week and I promise you none of us have had much sleep. 


I have talked to OKIE many times today and to say that my friend is excited would be an extreme understatement. Have not gone all day today for longer than 15 minutes without the   ringing and all of us have been talking and sharing and verifying all information and I am very happy to say that it is all good and not one negative all day. 


Guys I am as tired of this ride as anyone and I know that many need this now so I think your wish is finally going to come true. All intel and I mean ALL is pointing to NO MORE weekends without an RV. Not many questions that I am able to answer tonight but I will stay on chat for awhile and visit.

6 months after U.S. pulls back, can Iraq go it alone?, 7 JUNE

BAGHDAD – Sitting in his cramped construction site office, Falah al-Sayegh lays out his company's vision: a 160,000-square-foot shopping mall, medical clinic and luxury hotel topped by a restaurant with sweeping views of the city.

Al-Sayegh steps out of the trailer and points to construction well underway on the $100 million project. Vast cranes loom over the site, and a 10-floor parking garage and medical clinic is partly completed.
"This is the talk of the town," says al-Sayegh as he strides across the muddy construction site.
Six months after the last U.S. combat troops left, an Iraq free of Saddam Hussein and overseen by a democratically elected government midwifed by theUnited States is standing on its own despite ever-present dangers from within and outside its borders.
But the United States paid a heavy price in Iraq. More than 4,400 American servicemembers died during eight years of war and occupation, and according to recent polls, most Americans say the war wasn't worth it.
Hundreds of Iraqis have been killed in terror attacks since the last U.S. troops withdrew in December. Iran continues to retain ties to Shiite militias operating in Iraq. Political differences between the Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds have frequently boiled over into threats of civil war. The government struggles to provide basic services, such as electricity.
Yet most Iraqis seem to feel that politics and feuds should not be permitted to impede what really matters: continued progress in their day-to-day lives reflected by an improving economy, booming oil revenue and a representative government.
"Iraqis are bored of political fighting," says Ali Alrobaiy, a marketing director for a car company in Baghdad.
Signs the country is making progress toward stability abound despite headlines about political rivalries and terror attacks, the latest a suicide car bombing Monday of a Shiite foundation's headquarters in Baghdad that killed 25 people.
Oil production is at its highest levels in decades, says the latest OPEC report, higher than almost any time under Saddam. Gross domestic product in 2011 more than doubled from the year before, says the International Monetary Fund, noting that Iraq's economy is expected to expand 11% this year. Foreign investors that were banned under Saddam, such as Exxon/Mobil, have been welcomed back and are developing the country's vast resources.
Anecdotal evidence is apparent, too: New cars jam Baghdad streets; cafes and restaurants are busy late into the night. Most significantly, political and religious differences that led to a sectarian bloodbath in 2007 have been limited largely to debates in Parliament or in the press. Experts say it might all add up to "stability."
"I don't see anybody with a fallback plan of sending tanks out to close down Parliament," says James Jeffrey, who just completed his tour as U.S. ambassador to Iraq.
By Jim Michaels, USA TODAY
A $100 million construction project will build a shopping mall and luxury hotel in downtown Baghdad.
The improvements come as the rest of the region is racked by warfare and uncertainty. Syria's government is killing thousands of people to maintain its dictatorship. Egypt, despite elections, is run by its military, and minority religions fear the imposition of Islamic law. Iran is pursuing a nuclear program that the West has said it will use any means to stop. Yemen is in a state of war against an al-Qaeda insurgency, and Libya has no government months after eliminating dictator Moammar Gadhafi. Iraq looks stable by comparison, some say.
"The political system is one of the best in the region," says Zainab Al-Suwaij, who was born in Iraq and heads the American Islamic Congress, which advocates for improving relations with Muslims in the USA.
She says Iraqis are getting tired of politicians but retain faith in the system. "They are proud of it."
Threats to stability
Americans are not sure the effort, which cost the United States at least $800 billion, was worth it. In December, a CNN poll said 53% of Americans said they felt that sending U.S. troops to Iraq was a mistake. Even if Iraq has avoided the chaos and violence that some predicted in the months since U.S. troops left the country, plenty still could go wrong.
Constant political and sectarian fighting has threatened to bring the government to a grinding halt. Iraqis complain about corruption throughout the government. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's critics say he has consolidated power in ways that resemble a return to dictatorship.
"The worst-case scenario is that a no-confidence vote is successfully reached and al-Maliki ignores its authority and remains in power," says Ramzy Mardini, an analyst at the Institute for the Study of War. "At that point, we enter a very sensitive and unstable period, adding a constitutional crisis on top of a political crisis."
Iraqis complain bitterly about the lack of electricity despite the country's billions of dollars in oil revenue.
Homes in Baghdad and many other parts of the country rely on expensive generators because the government is unable to provide continuous electricity and other basic services, such as clean water and regular garbage pickup.
Haider Hasnawi, who owns a popular Baghdad restaurant, sits at one of his tables during the lull between breakfast and lunch and points out the window. "The street cleaners work hard while the government does nothing," he says.
By Karim Kadim, AP
Followers of Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr chant slogans during a protest in Baghdad on Wednesday.
Iraqi politicians say they are learning about democracy and are far from Western standards of governance.
At a recent Baghdad provincial council meeting, two Sunni council members are listed on the agenda as being on excused absence, having been accused of terrorism by the Shiite-dominated government. Four supporters of radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr storm out of the meeting when they learn an American is present.
"I know it's not ideal," Adnan al-Kenani says with a shrug. He joined the council more than a year ago to fill the position of a politician who was assassinated. "Democracy needs practice."
The lights in the large paneled room dim, a reminder of the government's deficiencies.
The topics of discussion indicate that Iraq might be settling into representative government. Items on the agenda range from compensation for citizens who claimed losses during the war years, to keeping mosques open at night so students can study in air-conditioned rooms.
"Democracy needs time," says Kamel al-Zeidy, chairman of the council, reclining in a chair among the gilded furniture in his cavernous office. "In the United States, it took 200 years. We are headed in the right direction."
Two years after national elections, Iraq's government is not fully formed amid bitter disputes between Sunni, Shiite and Kurdish political groups. The leading political parties have failed to agree on a Cabinet, and the critical Interior and Defense Ministries don't have permanent leaders.
Al-Maliki's critics have tried to generate enough support for a no-confidence vote that would bring down the government, saying he refuses to share power.
"He runs the country alone," says lawyer Hussan Salman, 45, putting aside the newspaper he was reading in a crowded Baghdad cafe.
Al-Maliki's supporters say he is trying to build a government under difficult circumstances and is not amassing personal power.
"He will keep going," says Ali al-Mousawi, an adviser to al-Maliki.
Critics have said the withdrawal of all U.S. combat troops has meant the United States can do little more than watch as Iraq stumbles along and hope for the best.
"I think the White House recognizes the severity of the situation but also recognizes the lack of options," Mardini, the analyst, says. Vice President Biden, President Obama's point man on Iraq, has urged al-Maliki to reconcile with political rivals.
Still, some Iraqis say they lived better before the war and are uncomfortable with violence — al-Qaeda launches bomb attacks in an effort to trigger sectarian violence — and political uncertainty that they face regularly. Prices are rising, and the country can't provide continuous power as summer temperatures rise.
"My preference is for a monarchy," says Mohammed Abdulghafar Zebala, 69, whose family has run a storefront fruit juice shop in Baghdad's old quarter since 1900. "There was law and respect." The shop's walls are plastered with photos of Iraqi kings, dictators and politicians who have visited his storefront.
"Political debate is new to our culture," says Zuhair Humadi, an education adviser to al-Maliki.
Investment in Iraq's future
Analysts say Iraq's economy might help bring stability despite the political wrangling.
"In the long run, oil could become the glue that holds Iraq together if they can overcome disagreements over how to share the oil wealth," said James Phillips, a Middle Eastanalyst at the Heritage Foundation, a think-tank.
Iraq's economy is driven by oil, an industry that is starting to pick up steam. Foreign business activity is also humming in Iraq, up 40% in 2011, according to Dunia Frontier Consultants. Businesses are willing to bet on the country's long-term stability, analysts say.
But the government dominates Iraq's economy, so rising public salaries are feeding the nation's recovery.
"People have better incomes," says Duragan Ismail, 25, a salesman in a Baghdad shop that sells wedding dresses. He said the typical cost of a wedding, which includes a dowry, is $20,000. "They want to show off," he says.
"We still think the situation will be better," says Bahaa Kazen, an engineering professor at Baghdad University. Kazen spent time at MIT, where he helped develop self-cleaning solar panels, but he decided to return to Iraq.
"I feel I can make a change here," Kazen says.

DINAR GURUS UPDATE, 7 JUNE

6-7-2012  Newshound Guru Vic1  There is such GOOD NEWS!!! We need to remember...I'm might be a month or 15 days off! However...The JUNE 1st...tax and tariffs...means...the count down started for the WTO!!!   This MALIKI....GUY...IMHO....IS outta here!!!

6-7-2012  Intel/Newshound Guru Poppy3  I was told not to share that news (FBI/CIA delegation trip) but it must have been made public.  Biden went there Sunday/Monday time period for about 8 hours and reported back.  Now they have a full deligation set to travel there but as of yesterday have not scheduled to trip. 

6-7-2012  Newshound Guru Adam Montana     the goal here is painfully simple...We all know that in the past, the Iraqi Dinar was worth MUCH more than it is today.  Iraq has not lost any of their natural reserves, their oil didn't suddenly evaporate, and their government has continued to stabilize...if Iraq can increase their wealth, if they can give their economy and their people a little "boost" with a Revalue of the Dinar, that has the potential to be the catalyst Iraq needs to dramatically reduce unemployment, dramatically increase overall prosperity, and dramatically change the future for Iraq and also the world...based on those concepts, I am still riding this pony, for better or for worse. I think the ending will not be "worse", I think it will be "better". The question I can't answer, unfortunately..."WHEN!?!"  i don't know.  At this time, we must simply be patient and watch it play out.   ["continued in post 4...stay tuned"]

6-7-2012  Newshound Guru Historian  I heard a rumor today that the VND was no longer an exotic currency. Either the source is using the term "exotic" very loosely, or there has been a radical change in the global model of currencies. Or it is just a rumor.  Currencies are either major or exotic. If theoretically the VND were no longer an exotic currency, then a radical change would have to have occurred in the global model of currencies whereby investors, institutions and countries would now buy and sell the VND to diversify and hedge their currency holdings.  I hope the rumor is true because it would mean not only that the VND has RV’d but that we have a radical change in the currency model. But I would be very happy if the VND simply continued as an exotic currency and just RV’d.

6-7-2012  Newshound/Intel Guru BGG   it is my belief most of the current meetings aren’t about the actual vote.  They are about what comes after the vote.  There is an awful lot of back and forth in the media right now over there being enough votes or not enough votes (seemingly put there on purpose). They are still saying the vote part is a “done deal”. This also puts the trips by both Talibani (to Turkey) and Sadr (to Iran) in a light to make a lot more sense now than a couple of days ago. They may very well be getting some “final” talks out of the way before moving ahead. ["continued in post 2...stay tuned"]

6-7-2012  Newshound Guru Mike   Whats going on on the government side - The best info we can give you going forward is that the signatures have been presented…they are being verified…and it looks like they are getting ready to call this extraordinary session to go ahead and do the vote of No Confidence and for the National Party to actually present somebody at the same time to step into that Prime Minister position.  So you have people trying to jockey for position – you have years of distrust...But they are moving forward.   ["continued in post 6...stay tuned"]

6-7-2012  Intel Guru Okie_Oil_Man  EVERYONE IS CLOSELY WATCHING WHAT IS OCCURING IN IRAQ.---STOP WASTING YOUR TIME---IT IS OUT OF IRAQ'S HAND'S AND WHATEVER GOES ON OVER THERE HAS NO IMPLICATION ON THE R/V--THEY SIGNED THAT RIGHT OFF SOME TIME AGO.

6-7-2012  Newshound Guru Vic1   the tax and tariffs were put into gazette...on the 1st! The income tax laws are also on the first of JUNE...The OIL...Companies are signing....Contracts!!! How could they sign contracts if NO.....HCL law! The inflation...is a Worry...However...on June 15th un...meets to Decide progress on iraq/kuwait....file! Kuwait wants chapter7 done...asap!!!  this month is smokin...hot!!! 

6-7-2012  Newshound Guru Med   THE SIMPLE THING HERE IS MALIKI FAILED TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO THE PEOPLE SPENDING BILLIONS, LOSING BILLIONS.  HE SAID100 DAYS, THAT WAS A YR AGO.  DOES HE DESERVE TO BE IN PRISON, YES.  WILL HE SEE PRISON, YES, IF  HE DOES NOT RESIGN.  ONCE THE AUDITS COME IN AND I AM SURE SHABIBI WILL HAVE A SAY IN IT WHETHER OPENLY OR BEHIND THE SCENES --  THEY GAVE MALIKI AN OUT AND HE WAS TOO MUCH AN EGOMANIAC TO TAKE IT.

6-7-2012  Intel Guru Ray    Shabibi just announced publicly two months ago that the dinar would come out at a rate greater than the 1978 rate of $3.22. He didn't say anything about it being a gradual rise. I personally believe it will happen overnight without any fanfare at all.  I totally trust this investment and fully believe that it will RV at $3.22 plus overnightShabibi gave a drop dead date of September 1 to RV.  Saleh has said publicly that it could happen anytime before then too. I feel we all have to be ready for the RV to happen at any moment.

6-7-2012  Newshound Guru Adam Montana  if I can give you any GOOD news, it's this:  Pressure is turning ON for Maliki to actually do something. I still believe that he is the right person for his job, and he is the best candidate we have in relationship to a large increase in the Iraqi Dinar...but eventually he is going to have to stop stalling, stop making sure every detail is perfect, andeventually he is going to have to make some MOVES.  ["continued in post 3...stay tuned"]

6-7-2012  Intel Guru Hammerman  The VND is no longer considered an exotic currency according to my sources. I was also told they did do a vote on Maliki and got 17 more than they needed but for some reason they held that vote over his head to convince him to play ball. I was told there will be a lot going down by the 9th. They already exiled Maliki to Switzerland, Europe, London but now he can go to Austria. At some point he will be leaving Iraq, once he gets the paperwork done. They are also going to give Maliki over a billion dollars to leave. I think by the end of next week we could see an RV.


POPPY POST, 7 JUNE

6-7-2012 Poppy3: I was told not to share that news (FBI/CIA delegation trip) but it must have been made public.  

Biden went there Sunday/Monday time period for about 8 hours and reported back.  Now they have a full deligation set to travel there but as of yesterday have not scheduled to trip.  

Hope this help those who question why we can't tell everything every time we post. Some of this stuff can be dangerous not for us but for others.

HISTORIAN POST, 7 JUNE


Good day everyone!

I heard a rumor today that the VND was no longer an exotic currency. Either the source is using the term "exotic" very loosely, or there has been a radical change in the global model of currencies. Or it is just a rumor.

Exotic currencies are simply currencies that are not the major currencies. There are lots of exotic currencies. The majors include: the US dollar, Euro, Canadian dollar, Swiss franc, British pound, etc. Exotics include the BRICS and other well known currencies, as well as a lot of other lesser known currencies. For example, the Singapore dollar, Hong Kong dollar, Chinese yuan, Brazilian real, Russian rouble, South African rand, Indian rupee . . .
Currencies are either major or exotic. If theoretically the VND were no longer an exotic currency, then a radical change would have to have occurred in the global model of currencies whereby investors, institutions and countries would now buy and sell the VND to diversify and hedge their currency holdings.

Here are some definitions. To get to these links, you may need to bypass the ads – to do this, click on the link at the top right of the page.

Definitions from Investopedia:

http://www.investopedia.com/terms/e/exotic_currency.asp#axzz1x7snyZHd

Definition of 'Exotic Currency'  --  A foreign exchange term for a thinly traded currency. Exotic currencies are illiquid, lack market depth and trade at low volumes. Trading an exotic currency can be expensive, as the bid-ask spread is usually large.

Investopedia explains 'Exotic Currency'  --  Exotics are not considered major currencies because they are not easily traded in a standard brokerage account. Major currencies include the U.S. dollar, Euro, Canadian dollar and Swiss franc. Examples of exotic currencies include the Thai baht, Uruguay peso or Iraqi dinari.

List of exotic currencies from a Forex site:

http://www.fxstreet.com/rates-charts/exotic-currency/

The green chart lists the exotic currencies. Below that in the “Key” you can see all the countries. Note that all the BRICS are in this list, as well as Hong Kong, Singapore . . .

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I hope the rumor is true because it would mean not only that the VND has RV’d but that we have a radical change in the currency model. But I would be very happy if the VND simply continued as an exotic currency and just RV’d.

Have a great day!  :)

Historian

Iraq Taxes and tariffs law ready for implementation, 7 JUNE


Iraq Taxes and tariffs law ready for implementation

6/6/2012
In few days, Iraq will be implementing taxes and tariffs law amidst traders and observers’ discontent after they called not to rush the law implementation before its finalization. Finance Ministry more specifically the General Commission for Customs insists upon implementing the law by end of June by virtue of the ministry’s executive authorities that do not permit to stop the law execution.
“Finance Minister announced, two months ago, that it will start implementing taxes and tariffs law,” Fouad Hassan Suheil from the General Commission for customs said explaining that the commission already trained its employees to operate on borders. Iraqi parliament sees in this law a step towards Iraq entering World Trade Organization and protecting its local production regardless of lack of products protection and consumer’s protection laws that ought to be operating when taxes and tariffs law is implemented.
“We advised the General Commission for Customs as well as Finance Ministry to issue instructions consisting in breaking taxes over vital products such as food and clothes, and in slowly applying the law resolutions to impose a full control over the market,” MP Haitham Al Jabouri advanced. The implementation of taxes and tariffs law will result in a major inflation in Iraqi market and a negative effect on Iraqi citizens especially poor families, Economic experts revealed adding that revenues of this law implementation will not be up to cabinet expectations. “Taxes and tariffs cannot be implemented over all industrial and agricultural products manufactured abroad,” the economic expert Majid Al Suri uttered. Taxes and tariffs law implementation over borders might push some traders to refer to Kurdistan borders which incited the Interior Ministry to undertake strict measures in order to obstruct such attempts.
“We ordered checkpoints beyond Nineveh and Diyala to stop any vehicle transporting products if it doesn’t have the country of origin license,” the Senior Agent of Interior Ministry Adnan Al Asadi indicated. Implementing taxes and tariffs law helps obstruct the introduction of low quality goods and enhance local industry, the Cabinet however must support Iraqi production in this regard.
http://bit.ly/NjSgUQ

GENERALS, BOBGETZ & PAPAJACK, 7 JUNE


generals64] Last call here folks:....If YOU or someone YOU know is not signed up for this Currency Exchange with a group....they are going to be very disappointed....I am not promoting anything for anyone except for the people in the group...There is more to it than anyone really knows....


[generals64] averysgrampa :...People go and read recaps, and believe that it is a book of the Gospel....They have not read the book of "Leverage"......Large quantities help everyone....


[highhopes] BOBGETZ6: are you hearing any dinar news today? Anything good/ Thanks


[BOBGETZ6] highhopes I am hearing that maybe by 5:00 today, if not Le Garde might step in, but who knows for sure.


hummingbirdrose] BOBGETZ6 Funny how weird the information is. I heard this morning that she was the reason we didn't see this. Ain't intel grand?


 [highhopes] Anybody hearing any news about the Dong and if it will go seperately or now yet?


[BOBGETZ6] highhopes It could possibly do that from what I hear. Depends on China's backing of the VND, I think.
[BOBGETZ6] To our Dinarian family: Let us reflect back on yesterday and notice what we did as a family. One person who was without a home found one, a young girl had a successful surgery, and the list goes on. It is often said that if we don't hang together, we will hang separately. This is the soundest and most devoted ,as well as caring group of people, whom I have ever been associated with. And yes, prayer does work. God Bless


[UNEEK] Great Post Bob -- it is important that we focus and give our energy on the blessings and positive things in life -- also being grateful for them rather than dwelling on the losses or negative


UNEEK] It is good to have a perspective that things happen FOR us rather than TO us -- living in a victimhood frame of mind is not healthy and will only attract more experiences of the like to us


BOBGETZ6] UNEEK Spot on...Recaps grade.


papajack] Again JMHO but I think most world leaders are fed up with Iran and Maliki and God knows we don't have any adult leadership in the O administration. So that is where I think we are, and OKIE is correct Iraq made a deal and they are supposed to be out of it but Maliki hasn't kept any agreements on anything and that is causing concern. Again JMHO!!!!!


[papajack] I need this to happen as much as anybody here but I have backed up a bit for the sake of sanity and am staying flexible. It will happen we just have to get the politics out of it and if I get to double dip Whoo Hoo!!!!!


papajack] JMHO If the VND is a nickle that's high!!!!!


[papajack] JMHO China did the VND to call Iraqs bluff but they would call their bluff if pushed, but also China told Vietnam that they would back their play so I don't think it would be way low.


papajack] JMHO China appears to be our friend on this one.


 [2mater] papajack any merit to the thought that as the UST benefits from the sale of foreign currency that delays in any RV are beneficial (to them anyway)


papajack] 2mater O controls the UST and is desparate in his reelection bid but even he is running out of time.


[papajack] If the Rv was to have any economic impact it need done yesterday.


[Frenchy] papajack Maybe it is Done we Just don't know it yet?


[papajack] Frenchy I sure hope so.


[MoMoney] papajack Why yesterday???


Papajack: MoMoney It will take awhile for markets to react.


papajack] For the record I agree with OKIE but I always research, just my nature.


[papajack] OK on recaps one article says Maliki is holding up well against the attacks, and another one says he has been exiled to Switzerland, another day in the Dinar Drama I report you decide.


[jguy] FYI market update, @ 11:55 est stocks up 85 pts , oil 85.24 , and GOLD huge drop of 45.00 1585 Bernanke is yakin before congress and there is no indication of QE, so the speculative money is selling off there gold long positions. Euro / us hit 12625 and has sold off to 12565 area .


steveg] I have just spent the last 1.5 hours listening to Bernanke; it is very hard for me to believe that we are in the mists of a major change at this specific time. I just hope the RV is not predicated on the global change all at once. If the Fed is gone no one told Bernanke or Congress.


bigguy] An asset backed currency means the Fed will be out of power


humbleTexan] bigguy Not necessarily. The Federal Reserve and our gold backed currency lived together until we were taken off of the gold standard. They are not mutually exclusive, IMHO>


[HumbleTexan] I do not believe the Federal Reserve is going anywhere...Why?...Provides cover for our politicians. If things do not improve, they can point to the inaction of the FED.


sharonsdinar1] does anyone remember hearing a while back that before Kawatti RVed they were saying that there wasnt going to be an rv and right after they said that and everyone was so upset BAM there was an RV after all.. Some of what he is saying I bet is a cover up of what he knows is coming


[cvreal] steveg I believe if IT is really this close bernanke would have to make some? reference to a global stimulus.....he did not....I believe now we are still aways out UGH


[steveg] cvreal He specifically said Europe has more than enough money to handle their crisis and points to Germany.


[bigguy] Cvreal, why would he tip his hat? He is not in control. He is going to be replaced, out of power.


[blueblaze1962] cvreal I think Bernanke has to be extremely careful about what he does and doesn't say can't let the cat out of the bag too soon...


[steveg] cvreal I think he was saying that the money is there if the countries want to work together but politics are getting in the way.


[captaincaveman] Daniandquin Any thoughts on the 72 hour ultimatum letter to Iraq from O?


[daniandquin] captaincaveman IMO complete smoke. Maliki is the USs man in power. they are putting on a stage production right now. When the RV happens, I believe that either Maliki will disappear from the scene, or will suddenly straighten up and start playing nicely with everyone else in power in Iraq. I think he's jus playing the role that the US has laid out for him.... again, that's just MY opinion.


[justaguy] We could sure use some support in this rv.>>>>>>>>>>>>>


 [somethings gotta give] justaguy I'm willing to donate my bra if that will help…lol

BULLDOG POST, 7 JUNE

Billionaire Security: Ultimate Protection Measures

10:09 AM [Bulldog75] New Post : 10:10am CST: 
http://www.cnbc.com/id/47692617 
13 slides and ideas: Much for entertainment but great ideas herein. Ultimate Security Measures for Billionaires: For the average American, a home alarm system may be the extent of his or her security detail. But for the super-rich, it’s another story. They’re taking security to a new high in technology and price. With billionaires worried about protestors, pirates and kidnappers, they’re fortifying their homes, yachts and even private jets with high-tech security. U filter and decide. *** Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you can not help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy, this is physics. *** IQD: Banks are beefing up security. Our Manna comes. WE manifest what we think, pray and declare. 'Let it Be' as the IQD and VND comes forth Now from the Heavens. We pray, declare and know our Time is Nigh. Dinar and Dong are strong. "Let's Bring it". (gone for now).

http://www.cnbc.com/id/47692617

CHATTER IN DINARLAND, 7 JUNE


[footforward] Jesus we just thank you for this day and we thank you for your glory and mercy and your great favor Lord. We ask that your full blessings would come forth now and flow upon us, to bless us, so that we might bless others. God we pray that all evil will be put in its place, have its power binded in all areas and that we would SEE heaven on earth, the fullness of your blessing and glory and that you would move to change our situations RIGHT NOW for the better. Amen.

6-6-2012 Hammerman: The VND is no longer considered an exotic currency according to my sources. If this is true, this is great for us. I was also told they did do a vote on Maliki and they got 17 more than they needed but for some reason they held that vote over his head to convince him to play ball. I was told there will be a lot going down by the 9th.

They already exiled Maliki to Switzerland, Europe, London but now he can go to Austria. At some point he will be leaving Iraq, once he gets the paperwork done. They are also going to give Maliki over a billion dollars to leave. I think by the end of next week we could see an RV. ____________
daniandquin] “Patience is power. Patience is not an absence of action; rather it is "timing" it waits on the right time to act, for the right principles and in the right way.” ~~~~ Fulton J. Sheen

daniandquin] “Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.” ― John Quincy Adams

[daniandquin] “Trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit.” ― Molière

vivrelereve] today is a nine in numerology that is the number for Heaven!!! heaven on earth!!! rv rv

[ [justaguy] In place of soon any minute now, before long, betimes, by and by, coming down the pike, directly, early, ere long, expeditiously, fast, fleetly, forthwith, hastily, in a little while, in a minute, in a second, in a short time, in due time, in short order, in time, instantly, lickety-split, on time,

[z1world] Political scene to witness surprises soon Thursday, 07 June 2012 14:58 | | | Baghdad (AIN) -The Parliamentary Ahrar Bloc within the Sadrist Trend expected the coming few days to "witness surprises concerning the current political crisis."

[z1world] The Head of Ahrar Bloc MP Baha al-Araji said "The coming days will witness great surprises on the political scene," without explaining the nature of these surprises.

CoolSpot] So my own belief is that this posturing will continue until someone decides to remove the dictator by force.

recious] We will hear from Ben Bernankie about printing money at 10 am est   Precious] FOX business

erky2] I never can fin fox business. Where is it?

[Precious] can watch on computer too on bloomberg tv

[farmtrader] Precious , the latest bill I have is 2009 nothing beyond that. Why would the start the presses now unless they are prenting the new gold backed currency.

 [Precious] farmtrader nice thought

 [farmtrader] If the fed is dead, I wouldn't think they would print FRN (Federal Reserve Notes)

How to bring down Maliki constitutionally, 7 JUNE


How to bring down Maliki constitutionally

There was talk a lot about signatures in Iraq recently.
Most of the talk focused on the supposed list of signatories who have advised President Jalal Talabani to hold a vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.
In polluted late on Monday, Talabani and Maliki both the existence of a type of claim submitted to Talabani; Maliki has demanded from Talabani to send the document to the judiciary to audit the risk of fraud.
There are many problems related to these alleged signatures, mostly in the technical level and in the broad constitutional context.
And technically, the modern means that the document is incomplete signatures have been issued to a large extent.
And dealt with most of the press reports, the sum of the House of Representatives of any of the blocks and those who oppose al-Maliki did not only find the independent MPs are mentioned only names.
Number of signatures and ranges between 176 to more than 200.
And many of the deputies mentioned their names, MPs from the minority and one of them Kurdish party (Curran) had protested later on to include or specifically rejected the idea of not having confidence on Maliki.
More importantly, however, whether this is actually a list of signatures or not, it has no legal meaning or unconstitutional.
There are two ways to request a vote of no confidence under the Iraqi constitution.
First, the president can do that.
The important thing, in that case because it can do so simply because he feels it the right time to do so.
It does not matter whether he had signed every deputy in the Iraqi parliament alone or not; it is his decision alone.
It must be emphasized that there is no need for the president to present any offer convincing reasons to do with the vote.
Secondly, five deputies (65 deputies) they can also ask for the accountability of the Prime Minister, followed by a vote of no confidence.
In this case, in spite of everything, they need to go directly to the speaker (Osama Najafi).
Talabani and not for a role in anything in that path of no confidence.
In other words, the signatures submitted to Talabani is not Elzima more of an opinion poll.
Talabani has been listening to them if he so wishes, or he may reject them and ask them to seek work through the application of 65 deputies instead.
This is the reason for the large strange that Maliki had taken the initiative to conduct the investigation to the fundamental value of these signatures.
One possible explanation is that he wants to control any possible move by his enemies through Arbakem on charges of fraud.
And the different reports about the true figure of a signature is in itself may be an indication that there is a problem related to the substantiation of some signatures.
Iraqi claims that the Taliban had already sent the request to withdraw the confidence of Najafi.The only thing that is officially known that Talabani had formed a committee to deal with the issue of the reliability of signatures. And constitutional does not mean anything, but it may be a way to gain time?
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MED CHAT, 7 JUNE


Med says to (09:08:37):   FROM WHAT I GOT THE GIST OF   FROM YESTERDAY    SAME ACCUSATIONS    THE NA IS SAYING THAT PARLIAMENT IS THREATENED    AND THE SADRISTS  ARE SAYING MALIKI HAS THREATENED

    SERIOUSLY   I DOUBT THE LIST OR KURDS   THREATENED ANYONE   AND FROM WHAT I HAVE SEEN OF MALIKI   I AM SURE HE DID   IN FACT HE DID  WHEN HE THREATENED TO BRING DOWN ALL HE HAD DIRT ON  FROM WHAT I READ  BIDEN IS NOT IN IRAQ YET

    dutch90 says to (09:11:03):  You would think they would get as sick of the BS as we do. LOL  I was looking to see if Biden had arrived

    Med says to (09:11:14):  I KNOW  THE SIMPLE THING HERE   IS   MALIKI FAILED TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO THE PEOPLE  SPENDING BILLIONS   LOSING BILLIONS   HE SAID 100 DAYS   THAT WAS A YR AGO
     dutch90 says to (09:12:16):  Isn't there someone out there that could just take M out and we can be done with it?

    Med says to (09:12:23): NO   THE U.S. GOVT DOES NOT SANCTION THE REMOVAL OF GOVT LEADERS

    dutch90 says to (09:12:48):  They just don't learn that you cant believe anything that man says.
    To bad he needs to have an accident. LOL
    dutch90 says to (09:13:50):  And go away to never be heard of again.

    Med says to (09:13:56):  HE IS A BAD MAN

    SpankyI says to (09:14:27):
    http://www.dinarspeculator.com/showthread.php?58526-New-Life-newspaper-Maliki-does-not-want-Iraq&p=125226#post125226
    dutch90 says to (09:15:33):   Cant wait to RV so I never need to see the name Maliki AGAIN!
    SpankyI says to (09:16:18):    thats for sure lol

    Med says to (09:16:19):    INTERESTING ARTICLE    ONE OF THOSE    HMMMM

    SpankyI says to (09:19:03):    so do u think there going to get Mr M out of there

    Med says to (09:19:47):   I DO  BUT THE SCREWY WAY THINGS GO  DOES HE DESERVE TO BE IN PRISON  YESWILL HE SEE PRISON YES  IF  HE DOES NOT RESIGN

    ONCE THE AUDITS COME IN AND I AM SURE SHABIBI WILL HAVE A SAY IN IT WHETHER OPENLY OR BEHIND THE SCENES --  THEY GAVE MALIKI AN OUT  AND HE WAS TO MUCH AN EGOMANIAC TO TAKE IT --  AND WHOMEVER THE ****** ARE  THAT TELL HIM HE IS BEING *****   AND TO STAY  HAVE HAD BLINDERS ON THE LAST 6 YRS

    ONCE MALIKI SHOWED ME THAT HE WAS WILLING TO PARALYZE THE COUNTRY AFTER THE ELECTIONS UNLESS HE GOT HIS WAY  AND IT TOOK THE LIST AND KURDS  TO SHOW COMPASSION

    IF OUR LEADERS  HAVE ANY IDEA  OF WHAT HAS GONE ON   WE WOULD GO THERE AND GRAB MALIKI BY THE BACK OF THE NECK   AND THROW HIM OUT OF HIS OFFICE   NOW I WOULD LOVE TO SEE BIDEN DO THAT

    SpankyI says to (09:24:50): me too

    Brewbaby says to (09:50:58):
    http://www.dinarspeculator.com/showt...228#post125228

    http://www.dinarspeculator.com/showt...229#post125229
    Well guys here we go again, 30 days wasn't long enough, now they need another week
    cheeks says to (10:03:10): geehs anoth freaken 30 days.. man tis is getting so bad ... they dont even work 100 hrs a year...

    Med says to (10:09:38): THIS HAS TO BE BECAUSE OF THE ISSUE OF NO CONFIDENCE    THEY ADDED AN EXTRA WEEK\   SO WHAT   LOL

    cheeks says to (10:10:22):  lol 

Maliki enemies battle to vote him out of office, 7 JUNE


Maliki enemies battle to vote him out of office

Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has so far emerged unscathed from the unrelenting melee since the government was formed 18 months ago. (Reuters)
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has so far emerged unscathed from the unrelenting melee since the government was formed 18 months ago. (Reuters)

Ask Iraq’s Sunni, Kurdish and even some Shiite leaders these days what they think of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, and the rhetoric is likely to be shrill: Many call him a dictator, autocrat or even a new “Saddam” who needs to be voted from office.

For the second time since American troops left last December, Maliki is wading through a crisis with the Shiite, Sunni and Kurdish blocs in his government at each others throats in a feud that risks spilling from politics into sectarian violence.

A wily political survivor, Maliki has so far emerged unscathed from the unrelenting melee since the government was formed 18 months ago. Now his foes want to test his survival skills to the limit with the threat of a vote of no confidence.

If this vote does come before parliament it will be the most serious challenge in Maliki’s six years in office, potentially collapsing a fragile powersharing deal. But even that outcome is unclear: His foes agree they dislike him, but they disagree on everything else, not least on who would replace him.
And in a country of often fickle political loyalties, even some Maliki foes question whether they have the backing for a vote − or the stomach for its messy aftermath. Those divisions hand the embattled Shiite leader more room to fight on for now.

Iraq’s crisis is watched closely by neighbors, Turkey, Gulf Arab states Qatar and Saudi Arabia and their rival, Shiite power Iran, countries that have often dipped into the country’s sectarian-tinged politics to back or urge on one bloc or another.

“There will be complications, because the blocs don’t have any dialogue,” veteran Kurdish lawmaker Mahmoud Othman said. “Everyone uses their cards against the other, so the question will be asked in an atmosphere of animosity, and it will not be easy.”

Crisis after crisis

The departure of the last American troops in December helped peel back the veneer over the deep splinters in Iraq’s cross-sectarian government that took almost a year of backroom haggling to cobble together after contested 2010 elections.

Maliki was engulfed in crisis that threatened to bring down his government after a court sought to arrest Sunni vice president, Tareq al-Hashemi, and lawmakers were told to dismiss Sunni deputy prime minister Saleh al-Mutlaq who branded Maliki a dictator.

The quagmire around Maliki has only thickened since.

On one flank, Hashemi’s Sunni-backed Iraqiya bloc, though increasingly splintered, is rustling up support from other blocs for the no-confidence move against a prime minister they say is increasingly authoritarian.

To the north, Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region is testing Maliki’s mettle by cutting off its oil exports and hinting at a full-scale breakaway from Baghdad after accusing him of amassing power at the expense of Kurds and Sunni minorities.

Even within his Shiite alliance, Maliki is under fire from Moqtada al-Sadr, the populist cleric who helped re-elect him in 2010. His Sadrist movement has begun aggressively flirting outside the Shiite alliance and calling for Maliki to go.

Many Sunni Iraqis and Kurds believe Maliki is shoring up his position, failing to live up to agreements to share power, especially by cementing his control over the key defense and interior ministries.

But forming a lasting alliance against Maliki looks tough. Iraqiya − leading the no-confidence charge − is splintered into at least seven factions, including one breakaway group of 26 lawmakers who oppose the vote campaign.

Kurdish blocs are also split between supporters of Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, a Kurd who has urged conciliation, and Kurdistan’s President Masoud Barzani, whose clash with Maliki seems at times a personal battle.

“The problem for the opposition to Maliki is that all that unites them is opposition to Maliki. And because they can’t offer anything more positive, the majority, and those who sit on the fence, will ask why should we change?” one diplomat said.

“With everyone else running around, he becomes the point of stability.”

Tough electoral maths

Maliki, who rose through the ranks of the Shiite Islamist Dawa party from spokesman to lawmaker and once fled into exile from Saddam Hussein, has shown himself to be a shrewd political operator even as brawling factions try to gather against him.

The jockeying could be just posturing as political blocs seek to position themselves before provincial elections at the end of this year and the parliamentary race in 2014.

Still, the mathematics of getting a vote of no confidence through parliament look complicated.

Under the constitution, the president can call for a vote of no confidence, which requires 164 votes out of the Congress’ 325 members to pass.

Sadrists claim to have collected petitions from more than 176 lawmakers, to pressure Talabani to start the process. But some Maliki supporters see Iraqiya with only 50 votes of its own, which even joined with 39 Sadrists and half the Kurdish 57 seats would leave them short.

Talabani’s office is checking the validity of signatures Maliki’s opponents says they have collected to push for a vote. But in a signal of tough legal challenges they will face, Maliki is already claiming fraud among the signatories.

Getting past the non-binding petition to an actual vote with a quorum in the parliament is a more concrete hurdle, if Maliki’s opponents can persuade Talabani to call for the ballot.

“Based on the dismal average attendance record of the Iraqi parliament, it is hard to see how today’s political constellation would translate into more than 150 to 160 votes against Maliki in parliament,” said Reidar Visser, editor of the Iraq website www.historiae.org.

While the parties wrangle over the vote, Iran, which helped rally Shiite parties behind Maliki in the past, maybe more keen on the status quo now, especially with no predictable end to the violent revolt in Syria, Tehran’s key Arab ally.

Iranian officials have visited Talabani to push for conciliation, and Sadr left on Tuesday to Iran where he will be urged to curb his anti-Maliki campaign, senior Shiite lawmakers familiar with Tehran’s approach said.

For Kurdish lawmakers, their position is also complicated by the dispute over oil and land between the Iraqi Arab central government and Kurdistan. They must weigh joining with Iraqi Arabs against potential gains for disputed territories.

Even the names forwarded to replace Maliki from his National Alliance are divisive. They include former prime minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, who many Sunnis see as sectarian and who was criticized by the United States, and former vice president, Adel Abdul-Mahdi who lacks broad support.

According to the constitution, should Maliki lose a vote, a caretaker government would follow, ushering in chaotic negotiations over a new administration − a scenario that makes even some Iraqiya chieftains queasy about a vote.

“No one wins if we go ahead with this,” said one senior Iraqiya leader. “We will just enter into a whirlpool, and under a caretaker government, everyone will be a loser.”