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Monday, May 14, 2018

MNT GOAT UPDATE, 14 MAY

Hi Everyone,

I bring you much news today.

Okay, what just happened this past weeks, especially this past weekend?

Most of the idiotic gurus just filled your head with nonsense. The realistic/factual information given to us from the CBI and the GOI get twisted around to make some kind of conspiracy out of it in order to mold the news to their liking and for their purposes NOT yours. Simply put they lied to you about the timing of the RV.

It was all about getting the RV sooner than the CBI and the GOI told us as to when it would happen.

Of we know now that even though the election is over and still no news from the CBI or GOI on this topic of the reinstatement or the project to delete the zeros, these gurus will continue their pursuits in lying to you and getting you all excited for nothing of an every day / any day RV. They will continue with their stupid bank stories and other FAKE news and conclusions “opinions” right up until the new government is finally formed. Over and over again they are going to stretch it out and keep you hanging.

But I am here today to give you the TRUTH and FACTS. Do you want to hear it?

Why do these gurus do this to you? 

People like TNT Tony, Bruce, Frank26, Becky McGuire and others, I believe are scam artists and they are VERY good at what they do. They first must play the confidence game so then you will believe in them and trust in them. If this doesn’t work then, like Frank26, Becky and Bruce they use prayer to try to tell you how good and trustworthy they are.

So the elections are over, we did not get the reinstatement prior to elections just as I told everyone would NOT happen. So now the new the government is not yet formed.

The big question is this - Will the CBI wait the entire 90 day process of forming the government (August) before moving to reinstate the currency?

We don’t know and I am not going to guess. I will tell you what I do know for FACT. The CBI told us they will keep us informed along the process of the project to delete the zeros. So I suspect that now that the elections are over we will get some kind of update from the CBI on where this project now stands. All we can do is wait and watch.

I am not going to give you FAKE info or try to justify in my own warped sense of reality that the RV is going to happen anytime very soon. I do not know and my opinion does not count for anything. Again, all we can do is sit and wait and pray that we don’t have to wait the full 90 days for them to form this new government.

More news….

It’s now very early on Monday morning in Bagdad and the final results are not yet in, but are expected today. The Iraqi Electoral Commission announced turnout in the election was 44.5% - much lower than in previous elections.

So here we are. The Iraq elections are over. As we all should know the parliamentary elections were supposed to be run last November 2017, but due to ISIS they were postponed and combined with the presidential elections (Prime minister, speaker and president) on May12th.

POSITION OF PRIME MINISTER

So far with most votes counted, a bloc headed by cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and another led by a militia leader are ahead, voting officials are quoted as saying. They suggest Mr Abadi's governing alliance is running third.

So did former PM Abadi win the elections? 

We do not yet know for sure. But I would say no. I am hearing his alliance by itself did not win however the way the election works, al-Abadi might still get to serve a second term and be appointed prime minister. This may be done by combining votes to the winning bloc. The winning bloc decides the candidate who will actually be the prime minister. We know that the religious cleric al-Sadr does not want to run the country as prime minister. He ran for office in a political gesture in order to take votes away from the other alliances.

So Al-Sadr seems to have been successful in his tactic to hoard the votes and so now his bloc may get to choose the next prime minister. We suspect that al-Sadr will do this, but he has not yet made his announcement so it is not yet over until it’s over. So hang and in and let’s see how this all plays out today. I repeat it is not yet all official. The judiciary still must also ratify the results to ensure nothing is fishy and all is proper.

I want everyone to remember way back in 2014 when the western new media jumped the gun and announced that Nori al-Malik had won. I told everyone he will not be prime minister and so what happened? Al-Abadi was designed as prime minister, as Maliki was not going to be allowed to serve for a third term, regardless if he received the majority votes. We may see something like this playout again this time also for our benefit and the benefit of the people of Iraq.

Once the new Prime Minister is selected and all is deemed legal, the prime minister-designate has 30 days to put together a cabinet and present it to parliament for approval. *Parliament must approve the government program and each individual minister in separate absolute majority votes. If the prime minister-designate fails to put together a governing coalition after 30 days, or if parliament rejects the prime minister designates proposed cabinet, the president must nominate another candidate within 15 days.

POSITIONS OF HOUSE SPEAKER AND PRESIDENT

Lawmakers will elect a parliamentary Speaker and two deputies by an absolute majority within their first session.

Parliament will elect a new president by a two-thirds majority within 30 days of its first session. The new president WILL WITHIN 15 DAYS FORMALLY TASK THE LARGEST PARLIAMENTARY BLOC’S NOMINEE with forming a government.

PARLIAMENT MEMBER SEATS

As of early Monday morning, the complex electoral system in Iraq's 18 provinces suggests that the final make-up of the 329-member parliament is still far from decided.

Victory Coalition (led by Abadi) 47 seats 

List of Others 36 seats

List of the Opening (factions popular mobilization) 30 seats

Coalition of the Rule of Law (led by Nuri al-Maliki) 26 seats

Iraqi Decision Coalition (led by Osama Nujaifi) 26 seats

Kurdistan Democratic Party 25 seats 

National Coalition (led by Iyad Allawi) 20 seats

Stream of Wisdom (led by Ammar al-Hakim) 12 seats 

Alliance of Democracy and Justice (led by Barham Saleh) 12 seats

Patriotic Union of Kurdistan 12 seats 

Kurdish Change Movement 11 seats

Party of Solution (led by Mohamed Karbouli) 11 seats

This is what was in the news. If you add it up it is only 268 seats. So we don’t yet know where the other 61 sets are designated.

The announcement of official results are expected by this afternoon Monday May 14th in Iraq.

FORMING THE NEW GOVERNMENT

The new government will be formed, according to the Iraqi constitution, which specifies it could be a 90-day process. This brings us to end of August.

They can not begin the process until the next session of parliament is opened which is not until early June, so the clock does not even begin until this timeframe.

More news…..

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a statement, Pompeo called on "elected members of parliament to form a comprehensive government that meets the aspirations of all segments of the Iraqi people."

"We hope that the Iraqis will be able to form the next government AS SOON AS POSSIBLE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONSTITUTIONAL TIMING, to allow Iraq to move forward towards a secure and prosperous future,"

More news….

As soon as the sun shone on Sunday morning, which followed the general election, the streets of the capital appeared almost empty of pictures and invitations of candidates, after the early prepared a number of so-called "rotary" to clean the streets of those ads to benefit from the large quantities of iron that Used to make them.

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Formal Articles are below. Due to FACEBOOK limitations they do not print my RED colored fonts or italics, so my comments are in brackets ( ) throughout the articles. I will preface my comments with “Mnt Goat” so you know I am jumping in with observations. Also, I separated the articles with asterisks. 

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Baghdad today A page close to the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr called on Sunday to "celebrate after the "VICTORY OF REFORM the tears of joy with Basma al-Amal have won," said Saleh Mohammed al-Iraqi, a member" of Facebook. "The reformists have won and the divine reconciliations have been won," she said. "Follow the reformers and celebrate with your people to return to Iraq its prestige and ".

the people's rights The page added: "Celebrate what pleases God and does not harm the people and be happy and remember God and pray for your Iraq and the homeland of the faith," pointing to "non- ".use of firearms An official source at the Interior Ministry said that "supporters of the Sadrist-backed list are ".starting to go to Tahrir square in downtown Baghdad to celebrate The results of the elections in Iraq, according to a source familiar with the Electoral Commission, while the results show a victory for the list of Prime Minister Haider Abadi, followed by a list of others supported by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al- .Sadr The source said in an interview singled out by Baghdad today,

"THE VICTORY COALITION LED BY ABADI OBTAINED ACCORDING TO THE PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS ON 47 PARLIAMENTARY ".seats," noting that "the list of others replaced by 36 seats.

He added that "the list of the opening, which included most of the factions popular mobilization, got 30 seats," pointing out that "the coalition of the rule of law led by Nuri al- ".Maliki has won 26 seats.

The source pointed out that "the Iraqi decision coalition led by Osama Nujaifi got 26 seats," ".explaining that "the Kurdistan Democratic Party managed to get 25 seats. The source said that "the National Coalition led by Iyad Allawi got 20 seats," noting that "the ".stream of wisdom led by Ammar al-Hakim won 12 parliamentary seats. The source pointed out that "the alliance of democracy and justice led by Barham Saleh won ".12 seats," noting that "the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan has also won 12 seats The source concluded that "the Kurdish change movement got 11 seats," pointing out that "the party of solution led by Mohamed Karbouli got 11 seats," noting that "the announcement ".of official results may be tomorrow afternoon

The Iraqi elections that took place on Saturday, the province of record record is the first of its kind over the past electoral trials since 2003, where the Iraqi Electoral Commission announced a percentage of the province of 55%, while observers and sources are likely to be .much higher Observers of the election process in Iraq saw the 2018 legislative elections as low participation rates, while 24 million Iraqis were eligible to vote, out of a total of 37 million .people.

The political parties participating in the legislative elections of 2018, doubts about the integrity of the voting process, in a number of the provinces of the country, including Kirkuk, Sulaymaniyah, Nineveh and Anbar, as well as other areas scattered in the country, where a number of them to cancel the results or the adoption of manual counting and sorting instead of E-mail

The current Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that the general election process in the 2018 legislative elections took place freely and safely in all Iraqi provinces for the first time after the defeat of the organization in the country, while living security forces, state institutions, .the media and all those involved in the success of the electoral process.

The Independent High Electoral Commission, confirmed earlier on Sunday, 13 May 2018, that the counting and counting of votes in the parliamentary elections, and the scrutiny of the data of the electoral centers, continue under the supervision of judicial committees, and international observers, and international and local, expected to start the results appear in part, starting on Monday

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THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT WILL BE FORMED AFTER THE HOLIDAY OF EID AL - FITR

Iraqi News 13/05/2018 0 4 Visit

Alsumaria News / Baghdad 

The leader of the coalition, "victory" led by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, on Sunday, that his coalition has no red lines or "veto" on the mass or party or political figure during the upcoming negotiations to form a government, it will be after the Eid al-Fitr holiday.

MP Abbas al-Bayati said in an interview with Alsumaria News that "the new government will see the light after the holiday of Eid al-Fitr," adding that "the results will be announced in final form during this week."

Al-Bayati said that "the new government will be based on the principle of technocrats political or outside the political sphere and within the competencies and professionalism," stressing that it (the new government) "will look for a practical program and realistic and economic and developmental and will support a solid and strong nucleus within parliament to witness the next stage of conflict and differences between the government and parliament "He said.

Al-Bayati pointed out that "the capacity of electoral programs and the extent of convergence will determine the quality of alliances," explaining that "the size of seats for each block and alliances with other blocs and move away from quotas and the exclusion of logic points will be the starting point for the formation of the next government.

He stressed that "the coalition of victory will negotiate with all the blocs and will open to everyone, both within the National Alliance or outside it and there is no red lines or Vito any bloc or personality or party and the extent of convergence with the electoral programs will be the basis for future consensuses and alliances."

On the morning of Saturday (May 12, 2018), all the provinces of Iraq witnessed the start of general elections to elect members of the Federal Council of Representatives.

On Saturday night, the Electoral Commission announced the "success" of the voting process in Iraq with a participation rate of 44.52%. The ballot box was closed at 6 pm on Saturday, 12 May 2018, in Iraq's first election after the victory of the "Daash" organization and the fourth since the fall of the former regime to choose a new Iraqi parliament.

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Their words not mine…..No Rumors, No Hype, No Opinions ,,,,,

Just the FACTS!

Disclaimer: All information in this newsletter is not intended for investment decisions / purposes. Mnt Goat is not a financial analyst, planner, banker, attorney or associated in any role with giving out professional investment advice.

In ending I want everyone to know your constant prayers in the fight against evil (ISIS) in Iraq have worked. God has guided these young men and women on the battle field. Let us all now know that there is a new battle now to fight. A battle to save our homelands from the corrupt politicians who are bent on taking what they want from our current wealth and from future generations without our permission. We must keep praying for the end to the rapid corruption in Iraq and in the United States. We must pray for our leaders when they are being guided by the Holy Spirit. We must stand by them and let them know we are still there to support them, even after the election is over. I have composed a prayer maybe we can all pray today in our own way and until the revaluation of the Iraq dinar occurs.

PRAYER

“For the Iraqi Prime Minister and the President of the United States, that all their cabinet members, and deputies may be anointed by the Holy Spirit to do God’s will and bring the free democracies of the Republic of Iraq and the United States of America to the much-deserved prosperity and abundance thru justice and freedom from oppression and corruption. That they may be a shining example for the rest of the middle east and to rest of the world to follow.

In the name of Jesus Christ our King and Savior, Amen”

Auf Wiedersehen 

Much love to ya all, 

Mnt Goat

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