2Cents: So no one jumps off the deep end seeing the 90 days discussed……I am all in as soon as we have political stability…….this will not occur until sometime after the Federal Court decision according to articles…….some articles are saying the government will be announced still during Ramadan and some are saying right after Eid…….either still allows time in June for all to be completed
IMO, as soon as the Federal Court ratifies the election results, all will move forward…….however, not before……
When we factor WS info into the equation, we can surmise that the intended plan is closer than farther……However, realize even the banks(WS) doesn’t know as they reportedly expected it anytime since last December…..
I posted a couple months ago that we are about to see some of the craziest occurrences in the US perhaps ever in history……indictments, arrests, property confiscation of many very “known” are about to take place…..
I have told many that as soon as you see this, go to the CBI website and within hours you can expect a change…..the time frame for this has changed many times very congruent with our studies on the Iraq timeframe……
The new proposed timeframe is now starting 6/11….couple with this the US/NK meeting anticipated on the 12th, the end of Ramadan anticipated at sundown 6/15 with the Eid festival to follow, IMO, the 11th through the 23rd could be very exciting with a back door of the 30th…..
Until June passes, this is my study…..however, the Federal Court decision could impact this drastically….
Realize, NOBODY knows the date…….It could be 2019 for all we know……We know that all seems ready and they are waiting for a “Suitable Environment”…..with the info Jay brought this morning, it is logical that they have a 90 day “back wall”…….
Just my 2cents haha…..
ChrisC: Well said 2cents. I have been down with some nasty food poisoning but I wanted to jump in and say it does matter what is happening in Iraq and then it doesn’t. There are other forces in play that we don’t know about and to some degree aren’t even thinking about.
It is hard when you only get little tiny pieces of information to put together what is happening, and they want it that way. As we all believe, this RV is going to be a game changer for the world. Apparently a disastrous event has been building up for our banking system with derivatives.
All my life I always thought of banks as very conservative but these derivatives are betting moves like a drunk sailor would make in Vegas. The very fact that Deutsche Bank has been downgraded for A WHOLE YEAR and they are just now admitting it should make everybody sit up and pay attention.
It is UNBELIEVABLE that info was kept from the public until now. What supposedly is going to happen is that these drunk sailor bets are going to start coming due which may lead to a chain reaction of explosions in the banks.
Deutsche Bank has their bets laid off on JPMorgan and JPMorgan has their laid off on Chase, etc.. I am seeing (potentially) a scenario where the money from the RV is the thing that saves them.
I don’t know though if there is even enough money there to cover what they owe. Supposedly Deutsche Bank has around 50 TRILLION in derivatives, they are the worst but most of the big banks have multiple trillions.
I hope this piece comes out coherent because I am still not 100% but I started thinking about this reading various people’s “opinions” of when they “felt” it was going to happen. It is irresponsible to throw out dates like November or next year or 2020 because many people latch onto that and it sticks in their mind.
Everybody should remember this…1) Iraq is the geographic center of the ME, they are the richest in assets in the ME and they are constantly saying they are going to be the tiger of the ME. Another thing I always thought was telling is our largest embassy in the world is in Iraq. A country like this is not going to use somebody else’s currency five minutes longer than they have to.
2) No more ISIS
3) Corruption is on the way out. That really is one of the main reasons IMO that they have kept using the dollar and now they are going to start stringing them up if they stay in Iraq.
MovieBound: IMO Good points. I would like to add that if 90% or the majority of the corruption is tied to the auctions, then when they stop, suspend, or alter the auctions; the majority of the corruption will be removed. Many state that we have to have the new government seated to remove corruption, when in fact the majority of corruption will be handled with the RI and the auction switch.
If anything, the newly seated government, means immunity has been removed for those that are guilty of corruption that were previously protected, which lines up perfectly with the new government’s focus.
Don961: Two provinces will announce next Wednesday an official holiday
6 hours ago NRT
The Basra provincial council announced on Sunday that the official working hours will be suspended on Wednesday so that employees can participate in the commemoration of Imam Ali’s anniversary .
The Council said in a statement today, June 3, 2018, that the decision to disrupt the official working day next Wednesday on the occasion of the “Imam Ali” came under the local law of the holidays declared by the Council four years ago .
For his part, the Council of Maysan province, next Wednesday an official holiday within the administrative boundaries of the province on the occasion of the “martyrdom of Imam Ali . ” link
Samson: Việt Nam records $3.39 billion trade surplus
2nd June, 2018
Việt Nam continued to make a trade surplus of US$3.39 billion in the first five months of 2018, reported the General Statistics Office (GSO).
The foreign direct investment (FDI) sector, including fuel, took the lead with a surplus of $13.78 billion.
The country’s export turnover increased by 15.8 per cent year-on-year to $93.09 billion in the first five months, of which the domestic-invested sector reached $26.43 billion, up by 17 per cent, while the FDI sector (including fuel) earned $66.66 billion, rising by 15 per cent and occupying 71.6 per cent of the country’s total exports.
Major export products posting encouraging earnings included electronics and computers worth $10.9 billion, up by 14.2 per cent; mobile phones and components, which were valued at $19.5 billion, up by 19.8 per cent; and machinery, equipment and parts amounting to $6.4 billion, up by 29.7 per cent.
Others products included footwear ($6.1 billion, up by 7.9 per cent); vehicles and their components ($3.3 billion, up by 17.2 per cent); wood and wooden goods ($3.3 billion, up by 10 per cent); seafood ($3.1 billion, up by 11.1 per cent), fruits and vegetables ($1.7 billion, up by 19.6 per cent); rice ($1.6 billion, up by 51.1 per cent) and cashew ($1.4 billion, up by 25.3 per cent).
Turnover declines, however, were seen in several staples such as coffee, $1.6 billion, down by 12 per cent; rubber, $630 million, down by 10.8 per cent; pepper, $379 million, down by 37.1 per cent; and crude oil, $919 million, down by 20.4 per cent, GSO said.
According to GSO, the United States remained the largest export market for Việt Nam during the period, with an export turnover of $17.4 billion, increasing by nine per cent compared to the same period last year. The European Union and China ranked second and third, with $16.9 billion (up by 13.6 per cent) and $13.8 billion (up by 30.8 per cent), respectively.
They were followed by ASEAN countries with $9.8 billion and Japan and the Republic of Korea with $7.2 billion each.
In terms of imports, the country spent $89.7 billion to import goods from January to May, up by 8.2 per cent year-on-year. Imports accelerated due to the growth of several commodities serving the products for export, including electronics and computers worth $16.1 billion, up by 14.1 per cent; mobile phones and components worth $5.2 billion, up by 1.3 per cent; and petrol and oil worth $3.6 billion, up by 35.3 per cent.
China remained the largest import market for Việt Nam, with a turnover of $24.2 billion, increasing by nine per cent year-on-year. It was followed by the Republic of Korea with $18.7 billion (up by 1.1 per cent) and ASEAN with $12.5 billion (up by 11.1 per cent). LINK