Tuesday, March 22, 2016


3-22-2016   Intel Guru Frank26   The citizens are aware that the IMF and others are there right now.  Even the US Treasury got involved in listing those involved in corruption.  IMO – once we have Mosul...the Green Zone is going to explode in news (as in a new rate, new laws, etc).  IMO -- right now...Iraq is under the laws of the US government.  Sadr spoke with the citizens and together they are DEMANDING their OIL REVENUE SHARES right now!  (How do you spell H.C.L.?)  Remember...the day that you see the H.C.L. – you will see everything else!   [post 2 of 2]

3-22-2016   Intel Guru Frank26
   There are some “Holy Men” in Iraq...and Abadi turned to Sastini...and he got involved...and Sadr got involved too.  There is nothing more powerful than the “religious laws” of Iraq. That is the law in Iraq right now.  Every Friday...(and other days)...the citizens march towards the Green Zone...the demonstration started to become louder and become more organized.  They want the GOI to hurry-up. The citizens are actually praying at the gates of the Green Zone. It makes you feel like the citizens know what’s about to happen. The citizens aren’t going to do anything to jeopardize it either.  [post 1 of 2....stay tuned]

3-22-2016   Newshound Guru wmawhite    A true value for the IQD.  If the world trades the Omani Ryal at $2.59, which they do, and Iraq has an economy 1,000% greater, then the true value of the IQD is not $0.00085.   ...we don't know what the true value is...however, we can look around the region and see a comparison of other countries and none of them are at $0.00085, except for Iraq and the world knows that the IQD is programed/imposed/not true... Any thing greater than 1182 ($0.00085) is an increase in purchasing power...the question is how great can Iraq leverage the IQD...and IMO, that is what we will see.   [post 2 of 2]

3-22-2016   Newshound Guru wmawhite   ...if we believe that today 1 IQD is not truly valued at $0.00085 why would the CBI enter the world markets at something that is not reflective of their true value?  This is why I continue to ask this question:  What is missing in the following list of currencies?   1 Egyptian Pound = $0.13   1 Jordanian Dinar = $1.41   1 Qatar Riyal = $0.27   1 Bahraini Dinar = $2.65   1 Israeli Shekel = $0.26   1 Saudi Riyal = $0.27   1 United Arab Emirates Dirham = $0.27  1 Omani Riyal = $2.59   1 Kuwaiti Dinar = $3.31   1 Iraqi Dinar = $0.00085  What is missing?  [post 1 of 2....stay tuned]

3-22-2016   Newshound Guru Kaperoni   Article:  "Consultant Abadi: Document Prime Minister based on state-building and market adoption of smaller and more powerful government"   This guy does not understand the auctions and the reason for them.  That being said, he is right about the rest...reforms must be "quick" and they must get integrated with the global market soon if they are to succeed.  Quote:  "economic reform policies must be quick and based on extensive studies to develop solutions in line with developments in real - time local and global market."  I remember reading somewhere (some IMF doc) that the transition should be overnight, quickly, direct, etc., and not gradual to avoid confusion of citizens.  Once they are ready, I am hoping they are listening.

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