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chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Iraq’s military chief told state TV on Monday that an offensive to capture the strategic city of Ramadi from the Islamic State (ISIS) group was about to begin, as 48 hours remained on a deadline Baghdad gave residents to evacuate.

“We are in an operation to control a sector of the city to prepare for an assault on the city center,” Lt. Gen. Othman al-Ghanemi said.    chattels: rudaw.net/english/middlee…
http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/iraq/211220153

chattels: Reports: Zimbabwe Government Suspends Use of US Dollar – Bonuses Paid in Zim Dollars zimbabwe-today.com/2015/1…

http://zimbabwe-today.com/2015/12/business/reports-zimbabwe-government-suspends-use-of-us-dollar-bonuses-to-be-paid-in-zim-dollars/

chattels: China To Cancel Zimbabwe’s $40M Debt, Increase Local Use Of Yuan www.ibtimes.com/china-can…
http://www.ibtimes.com/china-cancel-zimbabwes-40m-debt-increase-local-use-yuan-2234487

chattels: Terms of the World Bank opens the door to search for Iraq’s money looted and embezzled since 2003    chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3398

chattels: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said his visit to China is to support the economy of Iraq and diversify its sources of arms. A statement from his office received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, for Abadi was quoted as saying in a statement before leaving Baghdad on Monday evening,

“We look forward to our visit to the People’s Republic of China will be a successful visit and be a great outcome for the benefit of the two countries and result in the signing of several agreements in various fields.” He said al-Abadi, “This visit comes as part of orientation Iraqi government to support the economy and diversify its sources of arms.”  chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…  http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3397

Stash: Zim is 43.00 for 100 trillion. I gave 9.00 with free shipping for 200 trillion a few months back

BOBBY: Are people still buying zim?
Stash: Idk

DCDAV: Hi all, I am super new to this. I inherited some dinar and have no clue what is going on or where to find out. I literally got this 3 weeks ago. I have read everything from it is going to be worth something today to next year to it’s a scam. Where do I go for a realistic answer?

Stash: Right here. You will get the truth here
DCDAV: OK, so what is the truth?   DCDAV: and tyvm

Stash: It will revalue but nobody knows when or for how much.

DCDAV: How will we know if it does revalue, and could it actually be for less?

DCDAV: I am having a hard time understanding how all of these other countries tie into the currency I have. Is there cliff notes version of what is happening?

DCDAV: I am trying to wrap my head around this and the more I read the more I get confused.

Stash: U will fine out on here and it will not be for less.
Stash: Be careful who you read. There are many pumpers out there.
Stash: Just come here when you can and you will learn.

DCDAV: Ok, so then where are we now? I mean, there is a lot of people out there believing or saying that this is going to happen very soon and likely b4 or right after christmas. Is there any truth to what they are saying? They say that it has to or the US dollar will fail? I am freaking out here

Stash: Nobody knows when or for how much.

bobrv: ‹@Stash› get the truth here of what, NO ONE, NO ONE knows for 100% dead on what is going to happen guarnteed, ESPECIALLY when all people have to pull from is news

bobrv: all…YES ALL-ALL iraq news sources have never ever told the truth for 100% yet

DCDAV: I’m trying to learn some basics. like I said cliff notes of what is going on.

BOBBY: check the forum

Donnie: there is NO guarantee that the Dinar will be worth more then what it is now vs. the US dollar.

Donnie: Iraq is fighting a war with ISIS & Daesh and oil prices are still dropping (near $30) when Iraq needs the oil price to be $60 to get enough money to survive.
Donnie: the IMF & World bank are promising money (loans) to Iraq to help but it doesn’t ever seem to be enough for Iraq to pay all it’s bills.

Donnie: there you have it – short but not very sweet

BOBBY: Donnie….. think there were playing games on here

Donnie: i’ve only been in this a little over a year and I’ve read people saying the Dinar was going to RV each and every month I’ve owned it. But here we are with no RV.
Donnie: ‹@BOBBY› me too – but i wanted to say this anyways 🙂

BOBBY: well said
DCDAV: i was looking at the forum

BOBBY: see above for any info

Donnie: I check this chat room when I get up and before I go to bed. I’m looking for people screaming “Iraq RVed”. Donnie: No more wasting time reading news and researching info for me anymore

BOBBY: not even sure how I would react if it did

DCDAV: So Iraq is broke, trying to get loans to survive. Needs the money to be raised in value or what?

Donnie: i’m all set mentally. I’d grab a few Dinar and head to the bank to test the exchange rates and process.

DCDAV: So what advice do you have for newbieDCDAV: <—- infant in this case LOL

Dianne777: ‹@DCDAV› patience

BOBBY: i would suggest you not to center your life around this

Donnie: ‹@Dianne777› lol
Dianne777: ‹@Donnie› 😉

BOBBY: to many people have wasted time listening to guru’s

Donnie: my patience ran out after 6 mos of owning. Now I just put it on the back, back burner and wait to see others yelling Iraq RVed 🙂

DCDAV: Ok I was just trying to understand what I have.

Donnie: toilet paper at this point

BOBBY: smart thing to do

Donnie: very pretty, ornate toilet paper but worth about the same

BOBBY: lol….. litte on the rough side
DCDAV: I will just leave it in the safe deposit box he left it to me in.

Donnie: seriously. compare a thousand pieces of Dinar to an expensive roll of toilet paper
Donnie: ‹@DCDAV› good idea

Dianne777: ‹@DCDAV› definitely  hold on to it lol
BOBBY: best thing you can do
Donnie: gn people

DCDAV: gn and ty   DCDAV: ty all
BOBBY: Donnie .. good night

DCDAV: So are you suggesting I use this as my single source of info?
BOBBY: DcDave…. thats something you would have to decide….. see who is right

DCDAV: I am not looking to research this stuff daily I have mouth’s to feed. I just want to know when/where/how to use what I received
DCDAV: That’s just it. it’s all over the spectrum

Dianne777: ‹@DCDAV› yes

BOBBY: that will be determined if and when it ever changes

DCDAV: Well, tyvm everyone. I am headed to bed. I’m not going to spend a ton of time on this. Is there someone I could talk with like an accountant, banker, wealth manager? Someone who could possibly direct me.    DCDAV: I mean is it like owning stock?

BOBBY: DCDAV…. i cant think of anyone that would be of service to you at the moment
BOBBY: i would just live life and let it play out how it does, my opionion only
BOBBY: beware what you read and hear

DCDAV: ok well ty. I’m off to bed goodnight
BOBBY: night

 

chattels: Iraq central bank devalues dinar as oil hurts its income

chattels: Iraq’s central bank has increased the sale price of US dollars to banks and currency exchange companies by 16 dinars, or 1.37%, as the government seeks to compensate a decline in oil revenue, a government official and the central bank said.

The sale price of the dollar “has been adjusted to 1,182 dinars,” the central bank said in a statement yesterday.

chattels: Mudher Saleh, a top economic adviser to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and former deputy central bank governor, told Reuters.
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chattels: “This is a small adjustment, it’s not a devaluation. It will increase government revenue to meet local needs,” said Saleh.

chattels: “It may be the first of many steps to reduce the budget deficit and increase the local income,” said Abdul Rahman Najm, an economics professor at several universities in Baghdad. “As no improvement in oil prices is expected, there will be more steps to reduce the value of the dinar versus the dollar.”

chattels: “Iraq needs large revenues to continue the war on Daesh,” he added, using a local derogatory name of Islamic State, …………… ”  chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3399

chattels: The arrival of the Prime Minister Dr. Haider Al-Abadi to China. – Face book post

chattels: Deputy for the National Abadi calls to put forward the idea of ​​China’s accession to the alliance quartet :: 2015/12/22 7:59 • Deputy for the National Abadi calls to put forward the idea of ​​China’s accession to the alliance quartet [Baghdad – where] deputy called for Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi National Alliance to expand the themes of his visit to China to ranges rather than China’s accession to the alliance quartet formed to fight the terrorist gangs Daash.

chattels: said Abdul Salam al-Maliki said in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of “China with strong and developed economic and military capabilities of states not to mention the impact on the United Nations, being one of the permanent members, making for a visit Abadi important not to be harnessed for specific things.” .

He added that “Iraq is part of the quadripartite alliance includes Russia, Iran and Syria to fight Daash and terrorist organizations, and the presence of China as part of this strategic alliance will be a strong impetus for the construction of an integrated and effective security system to Cope with terrorism,

especially after he proved the international coalition led by the United States of weakness and lack of seriousness in the fight against Daash and to minimize the weakest faith of its impact, and what comes from new developments in the so-called Islamic alliance and Mahristith of doubt and suspicion in the real goals.   chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul…
http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=24830

chattels: Abdul Salam al-Maliki sounds like a Badr faction mouthpiece.
chattels: Deputy: the devaluation of the dinar would adversely affect the low-income and poor class wealthwatch.world/showthr…   http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3399

chattels: the Municipality of Baghdad announced the company Zora City Games that the capital will be lit sky with fireworks to celebrate the birth of Prophet Mohammad and the Christmas holiday for the whole week. Muhammed was born in Mecca, now in Saudi Arabia, in the year 570 of the Gregorian calendar.

The precise date of his birth is unclear. However, Sunni Muslims observe Muhammed’s birthday on the 12th day of the Islamic month of Rabi’ al-awwal, while Shi’a Muslims mark it on the 17th day of this month.

chattels: The word Mawlid, or Milad, depending on the method of transliteration used, comes from the Arabic word for birth and usually refers to the anniversary of Muhammed’s birth.

chattels: There are mixed beliefs on how one observes Muhammed’s birthday. Some people see the Prophet’s birthday as an event worthy of praise. Others view the celebration of birthdays as contradictory to Islamic law.

Both sides cite the Hadith (narrations originating from the words and deeds of the Prophet Muhammed) and events from Muhammed’s life to support their views. Mawlid, or Milad, is celebrated with large street parades in some countries.

chattels: However, many Muslims also do not participate in celebrations on this day. Instead, they may mark the occasion by spending more time to read the Koran. Muhammed is said to have been born on a Monday and some scholars see fasting during the hours of daylight on Mondays as another way to celebrate his birth.   chattels: www.timeanddate.com/holid…
http://www.timeanddate.com/holidays/muslim/prophet-birthday

chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul…
http://www.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=24804

chattels: (IraqiNews.com) Baghdad – On Monday, Iraqi Commander-in-chief Othman al-Ghanemi announced, that the storming of the city of Ramadi (110 km west of Baghdad) will begin in the coming hours.

Ghanemi said, “The storming of the city of Ramadi, as well as cleansing operations against ISIS elements will start in the coming hours.” On Sunday, Joint Operations Command called the citizens of Ramadi (110 km west of Baghdad) to evacuate it within 72 hours, while pointed out that Iraqi Air Force had dropped leaflets guiding them to safe roads.

chattels: (IraqiNews.com) al-Anbar – The commander of Anbar Operations, Maj. Gen. Ismail al-Mahalawi, announced the liberation of 50 percent of the area of Albu Ziyab north of Ramadi, ……………………….. www.iraqinews.com/http://www.iraqinews.com/

chattels: Iraq is suffering a severe economic crisis, with oil prices dropping below $40 a barrel recently and costs mounting in the war on the Islamic State, which now controls about a third of Iraq. Austerity policies pursued by the Iraqi government since the end of 2014 have disrupted many investment and service projects, but cultural projects have been affected the most.

For example, the Iraqi government said in August it would begin closing its cultural centers in several European countries. Read more: www.al-monitor.com/pulse/…
http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2015/12/iraq-theater-low-state-budget.html#ixzz3v1i1xQXl

chattels: ” Iraq is suffering a severe economic crisis, with oil prices dropping below $40 a barrel recently and costs mounting in the war on the Islamic State, …………”

chattels: The % of occupancy of Iraq by DAESH seems out of date, but the economic crisis due to oil prices and the costs of the war on DAESH is real enough I believe. Not to mention the costs of resettlement and reconstruction post DAESH.

chattels: “the organization of the Islamic state has lost 40% of the territory seized by the last year, where it was defeated in Tikrit and Baiji (northern Iraq), and will be defeated in Anbar (west),” pointing out that “what still has the ability to launch some attacks Small, however, that our strikes was able to eliminate 90% of its capacity to export   chattels: independencenews.net/ar/%…  LINK

chattels: Department of Defense (Pentagon) Stephen Warren, Tuesday, for forced Iraqi forces to withdraw from Ramadi, said Pentagon spokesman Stephen Warren in a press statement: Iraqi troops were forced to withdraw from the gray, and the organization of the Islamic state still has the ability to carry out attacks in certain places.

He called Warren to journalists not to conclude too much about the setback in Ramadi. Stressing: Snstaidha the same way that we restore them slowly but surely other parts of Iraq, and this with the help of Iraqi ground forces and air power to the alliance.

He said Warren: that the process led by the Alliance is a slow process and requires years for its success, stressing that the United States disagree post any faction in Ramadi battle under the banner of the Iraqi government. Warren said: Pentagon welcomes the participation of the popular crowd and any military faction in the war against Daash provided work under the umbrella of the Iraqi forces.

Describing the control of the organization Daash the city of Ramadi as a strategic shift in the war against the regulation point. He and Warren continue to support the Washington Advisory and air forces in the Iraqi city of Ramadi restoration. independencenews.net/ar/%… LINK

chattels: ” ………….. the process led by the Alliance is a slow process and requires years for its success, ……………. ”

chattels: The so-called First Deputy President of the Republic Nuri Kamal al-Maliki receives President of Armenians in Turkey Defiance independencenews.net/ar/%… LINK

chattels: Joel Wing ‏@JoelWing2 2h2 hours ago Sadr: Elements of Hashd working with Maliki to exploit Turkey issue for their own political gain www.sotaliraq.com/newsite… …

http://www.sotaliraq.com/newsitem.php?id=311520#axzz3v1Ef5QLs

chattels: TIME TO FOCUS ON THE WARS WITHIN THE WAR AGAINST THE ISLAMIC STATE MICHAEL KNIGHTSDECEMBER 21, 2015 : In Iraq, the solution is arguably simpler, and Washington is already broadly on the right track.

The United States needs to continue providing the strongest backing for Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, a moderate and a reformer, and for the Iraqi Army, still the most respected national institution in Iraq and the key potential balancer to the Shia militias.

Washington must not abandon Baghdad and attempt short-cut solutions that undermine Abadi and play into the hands of the militias, such as directly arming the Iraqi Sunnis and Kurds.

Washington can still help Iraq to put in place a strong military chief of staff under which command is increasingly unified. The United States can support Iraq in its quest to receive IMF and World Bank funding to weather the storm of its economic crisis.

And the U.S. military can ramp up its airstrikes to visibly help Abadi to deliver further battlefield victories in Ramadi and Mosul. warontherocks.com/2015/12…
http://warontherocks.com/2015/12/time-to-focus-on-the-wars-within-the-war-against-the-islamic-state/

chattels: Joel Wing ‏@JoelWing2 43m43 minutes ago Like in Syria Iran trying to build Hashd into indep security force that will outlast current war warontherocks.com/2015/12… …
http://warontherocks.com/2015/12/time-to-focus-on-the-wars-within-the-war-against-the-islamic-state/

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