DELTA: VERY INTERESTING IN SOCIAL MEDIA FROM ONE OF THE MONEY EXCHANGER SHOWING IQD BUY AND SELL FROM 1975…….. THEY WANTS THEIR CURRENCY TO GO BACK LIKE THAT…
Clare: VERY VERY INTERESTING!! THANKS DELTA! WE WANT THAT TOO …OR HIGHER!!
YoungSC: That would be fantastic!! IMO i think it will be more based on time lost and the amount of resources Iraq is enriched with. Frank stated a few times that in his opinion it would be around 3.86 with the 20% already added to it.
Clare: Proclamation on National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day, 2020
Since our founding, brave men and women who have selflessly answered the call of duty to defend our precious liberty have shaped the fabric of our Nation. In the course of fighting for our freedom and security, many of these heroes have been captured and often subjected to shocking conditions and unimaginable torture. On National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day, we honor the more than 500,000 American warriors captured while protecting our way of life. We pay tribute to these patriots for their unwavering and unrelenting spirit.
In every major conflict in our Nation’s history, American prisoners of war (POWs) have stared down our enemies, knowing at any moment their captors might torture them yet again or even kill them. These patriots, however, knew that they were fighting for something much larger than individual survival. They persevered for the sake of their fellow POWs, comrades in arms, families, and country.
Later this year, we will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the conclusion of World War II. Over the course of the war, nearly 94,000 American troops in the European Theater and an additional 27,000 in the Pacific Theater were captured and held as POWs. Subjected to starvation, lack of medical care, and unimaginable suffering, these Americans endured hell on Earth. The POWs who returned home were forever changed. Many bore the seen and unseen scars and wounds of war, having experienced the worst of humanity.
Though we can never fully understand the depth of their brutal imprisonment and mistreatment, as Americans, it is our duty to ensure all former POWs receive the love, care, compassion, appreciation, and support they deserve. It is our national obligation to remain mindful of the tremendous sacrifices they, their family members, and their loved ones endured over months and years of uncertainty, worry, and heartache. May the stories of these warriors inspire us to live each day with fierce conviction, indomitable will, and everlasting pride for our country.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim April 9, 2020, as National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day. I call upon Americans to observe this day by honoring the service and sacrifice of all former prisoners of war and to express our Nation’s eternal gratitude for their sacrifice. I also call upon Federal, State, and local government officials and organizations to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this eighth day of April, in the year of our Lord two thousand twenty, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-fourth.
DONALD J. TRUMP
SteveP99: Strictly IMO…Whether right or wrong, I believe this new PM designate for Iraq will be approved quickly and almost as fast if not at the same time (as Frank26 said in his opinion) the exchange rate will change by way of Fab4 via CBI!!!
2 Cents: Let’s hope so………Ramadan is just two weeks away!!!!
Berrogers996: Ramadan would give everybody a chance to find out what purchasing power feels like.
YoungSC: Remember you guys the ISX opens on the 18th. Will they trade with currency that is worthless once opened up? Frank mentioned that as a key event in last night’s UB2B. Along with the NSCN ready to be introduced just now and once introduced they need the new rate. 5 and 6 right after 1, 2, 3, 4 already being introduced in articles
Samson: Corona robs the global economy more than $ 5 trillion over two years
9th April, 2020
International financial estimates revealed the total losses that will be inflicted on the global economy due to the spread of the new Corona virus in the world
The US “Bloomberg” agency, quoting the estimates of the American “Wall Street Bank”, said that the total financial damages that will be inflicted on the global economy will reach about 5 trillion dollars in two years
According to the agency, “The Coruna virus epidemic will rob the global economy of more than $ 5 trillion over the next two years,” noting that the world will drown in the deepest recession since the thirties of the twentieth century because of the reality of this virus
At the same time, experts predict that the recession will be short-lived, but the global economy needs time to return to pre-crisis indicators
“Even with unprecedented levels of monetary and financial incentives, GDP is unlikely to return to the pre-crisis trend until at least 2022,” the agency adds
“Bloomberg” concluded that politicians have a serious task in stimulating the recovery of economic growth, warning that countries should avoid opening cities and institutions very quickly that will allow the virus to return
The epidemic forced many countries of the world, led by large countries with their capabilities and population, to take exceptional measures, ranging from a flight ban to declaring curfews and isolating entire regions, and even closing places of worship, to prevent the spread of deadly infections LINK
Ross: IMO staying at home this week is driving some people crazy… but when you are old and live alone well life seems rather normal to me.
For example, my poor neighbor, I saw her yesterday outside talking to her cat. Lol, it was clear she actually thought the cat understood her ! Lo
I went inside and told Clyde, my dog, about it and we has a good laugh.