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Saturday, April 18, 2015

DINAR GURUS MORE UPDATES, 18 APRIL

4-18-15 Awake-in-3D: The P.P.'s are about to be set free. Follow the Historical Bond Redemptions! The floodgates are opening...  :)

(Have we not heard that this has happened already?) They are in-process... $Trillions just can't be released overnight.  There are logistics, verifications and such.  :)

(Private placements or prosperity packages?) Both!  :)

(Has anyone heard anything about groups?) Yes, but can't say anything more. It's all good! :)  

4-18-15 
Already Blessed: NOTHING HAS CHANGED THAT I KNOW OF ... IT IS EARLY ... TONY WILL TELL YOU WITH A TWEET IF ANYTHING SIGNIFICANT HAPPENS.


4-18-15 
makitsow
: CNBC Transcript: CNBC's Sara Eisen Sits Down with Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew Today, Wednesday, April 15th on CNBC's "Closing Bell"
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2015 | 4:33 PM ET

JACK LEW: --Overall at the U.S. economic performance, the U.S. economy is strong and it is, in comparative terms to other economies around the world, stronger. You know, there are pushes and pulls in different directions. So-one can easily say if any one thing was led to more strength, it would be stronger.

But there's a lot of other factors at work as well. I think that the focus of this week's I.M.F. meetings is actually very important. It's how do we make sure that there's stronger growth around the world? That would actually lead to currency values you know, changing a bit. It would also lead to more demand, which would be a good thing for the global economy and for the U.S. economy.

But the world can't rely on is U.S. demand to be the single engine for growth going forward the arithmetic just doesn't work. And the global economy is too large. And it is incumbent on policymakers to look at how do we grow demand and how do we have consumer-driven, not just export-driven, growth models in place? And that's one of the important conversations we'll be having this week at the I.M.F. meeting. 

4-18-15 
Millionday: ABADI HAD HUGE RESULTS IN IRAQ...THE IMF AND WORLD BANK HAS AGREED TO FUND PROJECTS AND DEVELOPMENT IN IRAQ...THE IMF WAS JUST ONE OF THE ENDING RESULTS OF ABADI`S MEETING -- ONE OF THE REASONS THAT ABADI CAME TO THE US ACCORDING TO REPORTS WAS TO MEET WITH OBAMA AND ASK FOR THE INTERNATIONAL COALITION TO RETURN AND CLEAN UP A BIT.

HE MET WITH AMERICAN BUSINESS LEADERS AND TOLD THEM SOME OF THE THINGS TO ENCOURAGE THEM TO WANT TO INVEST IN IRAQ -- REMEMBER THAT THEY ARE REPORTABLY -- REMOVING ALL OBSTACLES THAT WOULD STAND IN THE WAY OF PROMOTING IRAQ AS A GREAT BUSINESS INVESTMENT PLATFORM. THIS GUY IS GREAT FOR IRAQ -ABADI IS BACK HOME.

UPON ABADI`S RETURN THIS IS WHAT HE STATED: "Iraqi prime minister says committed to reforms to attract business Iraq is committed to making difficult reforms to its bureaucracy and regulations for foreign companies in order to attract much-needed investment, Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said at a Washington forum on April 16."

WHOOPOW. INTERNATIONAL TRADE WILL COME FROM A MOVE TO A MARKET ECONOMY AND THOSE REFORMS HE HAS ANNOUNCED HE IS COMMITTED TO. THEY HAVE TO MOVE TO A MARKET ECONOMY WITH GLOBAL MARKETING. 

4-18-15 tman23
: Article quote: "The oil agreement between the federal government and the Kurdistan region became law and published in the Iraqi Gazette on according to the Iraqi constitution,"

The HCL was contingent on a census and to the demarcation of borders in which Kirkut became the focal point...an oil rich territory that was once under Kurd rule and taken by Saddam... So Maliki argued Kirkut was not part of Kurdistan...

Under Abadi...he told the Ministers and Governor of Kirkut that the GOI is now recognizing Kirkut as a subsidiary of Kurdistan... A quick fix IMO to get an agreement into law...The HCL has many details but as far as I'm concerned...the oil agreement between Kurdistan and Iraq was always referred to as the HCL and that agreement now is law in the Gazzette and meeting the CONSTITUTION...IT IS LAW! 

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