Thursday, January 5, 2017

Restored Republic via a GCR Jan. 5 2017

Restored Republic via a GCR Jan. 5 2017

Compiled the morning of 5 Jan. 2017 by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret, CEO, Child Abuse Recovery www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com; Author, "Twenty Two Faces," www.22faces.com.

A. Jan. 5 2016 2:33 am Bruce: Dinarland Highlights for January 4, 2017

1. Things are moving, but not happen for us yet.

2. It could go deeper into the month, but I don’t believe that is the intention.

3. The information I been getting today Jan. 4 2017 points to something happening this week.

4. What I heard today is enlightening.

5. In Iraq the budget and Dinar rate for 2017 has been passed, been in the Gazette, been published. It is law, yet they don’t want us to have it yet.

6. It should be something positive for us to see Mosul come back.

7. The final part of the UN operational rate is showing. The UN has released Iraq of chapter 7 sanctions and their currency is known internationally.

8. Iraq paid back Kuwait around 5 billion dollars in newly revalued dinar. They had to have a rate settled in Iraq to do that.

B. Jan. 5 2016 2:33 am AdminBill: Dinarland Highlights for January 4, 2017

1. A contact from Wells Fargo says the Zim, Dinar, Rupiah, Rial and Dong are off the currency screen. They are believed to be they are entering new rates.

2. Let's see what happens next. It may mean nothing, or everything.

C. Jan. 4 2017 TNT  Call: Replay 641.715.0623, PIN CODE 409029#



1. Believes the Iraqi Dinar is already International.

2. Now up to 10 banks including tier two banks, plus one credit union are dealing in Dinar. Two more are expected to join in.

3. One intel source aligns with the GCR going on Jan 5.

4. In Iraq there are expectations that this week their 2017 budget - containing the new rates - will be published in the Gazette, making the Dinar revaluation official. (Bruce claims the Iraqi budget has already been published in their Gazette).

5. Those with SKRs are now seeing pending on their accounts.

6. Has heard of military personnel exchanging currencies on their bases.

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