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Donnie: “Under the extension, French police can now block any website, put people under house arrest without trial, search homes without a warrant, and prevent suspects from meeting others deemed a threat.”

Donnie: looks like France’s version of our Patriot Act.
Donnie: medium.com/insurge-intell…

https://medium.com/insurge-intelligence/europe-is-harbouring-the-islamic-state-s-backers-d24db3a24a40#.nq9m7ks3h

Donnie: ‘I’ll warm myself on fire of revenge’: Hatred hangs in ruins of Iraq’s Sinjar Read more at Reutershttp://www.reuters.com/article/2…

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/11/19/mideast-crisis-iraq-sinjar-idINKCN0T81UV20151119#QjOqtp5oDTbSP6cZ.99

Donnie: raqi police, all Yazidi, are stationed in a two-storey villa because their own base on the opposite side of the street has been occupied by the PKK, which gained a foothold in Sinjar when its Syrian affiliate rescued thousands of Yazidis stranded on the mountain.

The group’s forces in the area include fighters from Turkey and Syria. PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan’s image flies from a flag pole on a roundabout in Sinjar and posters of Barzani are plastered on the walls.

The staking out of territory raises the prospect of further violence in a town beset by tragedy. In the headmaster’s office of an boys’ school turned military base, senior Yazidi commander Qassem Shesho said the PKK was not welcome. “We will not give up Sinjar to any foreign force.

I hope they will think carefully so there will not be internecine conflict between us”. ($1 = 1,114.0000 Iraqi dinars)

Donnie: Iraq Live Update ‏@IraqLiveUpdate 11m11 minutes ago Bomb targets Shia mourners in Yousifiya, former Daesh hotbed, south of Baghdad. Women & Children casualties rise!

Stash: XE 1112 Stash: morning…..I guess everybody is at the bank exchanging but us

ladyfox: morning all ready to go to the BANK!!! GET MY WEALTH ON

chattels: hold the House of Representatives, on Saturday, to vote its regular reading of a number of draft laws. It includes tomorrow’s meeting agenda, according to a statement of the Council received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, “vote on the draft Martyrs Foundation Law,

and vote on the first draft amendment to the law to compensate those affected by the military operations and military errors and terrorist operations, and vote on the proposed annexation of the hospitality institutes Law to the Ministry of Education.

disciple7: Baghdad (AIN) -The Central Bank of Iraq announced Wednesday selling 170 million dollars and 521 thousand ones in its daily auction. Rate exchange of 1166 IQD is 1 dollar. Twenty nine banks and eleven exchange companies took part in today’s auction, CBI said in a statement. /End/

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2990

disciple7: en.alliraqnews.com/module…

http://en.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=3531

disciple7: Baghdad (AIN) –Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi discussed with Salah-il-Din Governor Raed al-Jubouri means of rebuilding the liberated areas and providing services to facilitate return of displaced families, statement by Abadi’s office received by AIN cited. The statement added “Both sides also discussed means of continuing victories achieved against the terrorist ISIL.” /End

disciple7: en.alliraqnews.com/module…
http://en.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=3608

disciple7: Baghdad (AIN) –The Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi met the Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament Salim al-Jubouri in Najaf province on Saturday. Abadi has visited Najaf on Saturday morning and met the religious authorities and head of the Sadr Trend Muqtada al-Sadr where he discussed with them updates of the war on terrorist ISIL organization, political situation and financial crisis as well as efforts exerted to fight corruption in Iraq. At the same time, Jubouri visited Najaf to attend a tribal conference. /End/

disciple7: en.alliraqnews.com/module…
http://en.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=3605

disciple7: Baghdad (AIN) –Anbar governor Suhaib al-Rawi assured on Friday the approval of the Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to reopen Trebeil border inlet and complete the exchange point with Jordan. Statement by Rawi’s office received by AIN cited Friday “PM Abadi approved the request of Anbar local government related to reopening Trebeil border inlet for the travel of citizens and transporting merchandise after being secured by both Iraq and Jordanian sides.”

Earlier on July 5th, the Iraqi Interior Ministry decided to close this border inlet due to information related to presence of the ISIL gangs at the border inlet and start of the military operations of liberating Anbar. /End/

disciple7: en.alliraqnews.com/module…

http://en.alliraqnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=3593

disciple7: some of these article may be old.. I just went on a copy and paste mission. my apologies

chattels: ‹@disciple7› OOTW has asked that only WealthWatchWorld links be used in the chat. Please check the forum for previous posting and post any new articles so that you then have a site link.

PROVIDE LINK TO THE “THREAD” WHERE THE ARTICLE IS POSTED  –  NOT JUST TO THE FRONT PAGE – TY

disciple7: Kurdistan could be major oil exporter, says oil exec By Rudaw ISTANBUL, Turkey— Chief Executive of Genel Energy Tony Hayward said the Kurdistan region of Iraq could effectively start exporting its gas to Turkey by 2019. The British businessman said Kurdish gas could be supplied to several countries and sufficiently meet their demand.

“Kurdistan region is believed to have an estimated 200 trillion cubic meters of natural gas and could become a major exporter in the market,” said Hayward, who was chief executive of British Petroleum before leaving the company in 2010.

Speaking at the Atlantic Council energy and economic summit in Istanbul on Thursday, Hayward also said Kurdistan was steadily increasing its oil export despite the ongoing crisis in Iraq. Kurdish Minister of Natural Resources Ashti Hawrami, also at the summit, said Kurdistan could increase its gas export to 20 billion cubic meters a day in four years.

“We have been increasing our gas production for the past nine months and will work with Turkish companies to export it to Turkey,” Hawrami said. Content originally from wealthwatch.world

disciple7: The appearance of Mohammed Saleh[/size] Ebadi, an adviser to call for an expanded conference to discuss the reality of insurance in Iraq 11/20/2015 12:12 [size=1]Long-Presse / Baghdad He called on the Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Friday, to hold an expanded conference to discuss the reality of insurance in Iraq, as he emphasized the importance that this conference will come out with recommendations discuss the future of the sector.

Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister and the appearance of Mohammed Saleh said in an interview to the (long-Presse), “The insurance companies in Iraq need to assess their work and restructuring.”

He called on Saleh to “hold an expanded conference or workshop major insurance companies to work in Iraq and in the presence of Ministers of Trade and Finance and the Governor of the Central Bank and banks and all relevant authorities and insurance experts.”

Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister and explained that “the conference to assess the reality of insurance in Iraq and its future, and come out with recommendations revive this sector and can be implemented as an amendment of laws and the creation of new companies and the creation of new systems or cancel some of the companies.”

Saleh pointed out that “there are many possibilities for the insurance market in Iraq and personnel and goods,” noting that “this important sector being a profitable sector represents the mainstay state.” [/dir][/dir] Content originally from wealthwatch.world

disciple7: XE: IQD 1113.5857  disciple7: Gold: 1080.00
disciple7: Havent seen any Maliki news lately? wonder where hes been hiding?

MzDiva: ‹@disciple7› dont cough him let sleeping dogs lie
MzDiva: maybe hes been kidnapped

Stash: who would want him….lol

disciple7: ‹@MzDiva›  :laughing: sleeping or not I want tabs on him constantly

chattels: ‹@disciple7› Last statement from Mr. Maliki was that he is still VP and awaiting the decision from the Judiciary on his appeal of the Abadi declaration which is expected on November 24

disciple7: Abbas al-Bayati: general amnesty does not achieve reconciliation and better postponed offline

:: 2015/11/20 9:08 • [Baghdad-where] counting the National Alliance MP, Abbas al-Bayati, a draft of the amnesty law that he “does not achieve national reconciliation” in Iraq, in the current circumstances.

He said al-Bayati told all of Iraq [where] that “national reconciliation needs to reform package, and this law does not achieve reconciliation, because it is not in the interest of any person amnesty for terrorist and criminal”.

He added that “the general amnesty law spiky and Sjala and the large problematic”, ruling out approval and passed in the House of Representatives during this legislative term, and that he “will be postponed to the next chapter, because the notes it more than the pros.”

and between al-Bayati said “The law in its current form opens the way for amnesty without studying the backgrounds previous law, which was released some, and returned again to the ranks of terrorism.” ,

calling that “postpone approval of the law until after the liberation of Anbar and Mosul to be part of a deal College project of national reconciliation.” He pointed out that “the General Amnesty Law Asttinaath many and where gaps”, stressing that “all observers and legal experts and members of the House of Representatives found through their feedback that this law in its current form can not be passed in the House of Representatives. ”

The House of Representatives, has initiated during its meeting last Saturday, to discuss the draft general amnesty law after he began the second reading to him. and going on a major dispute between the parliamentary blocs on the re-trial or investigation for covered by the law, which decided Presidency of the Council of Representatives forwarded to the heads of blocs to resolve disputes around it.

promised Forces Union approval of the law “as a gate that will open wide the way for national reconciliation road map in Iraq.” Content originally from wealthwatch.world

MzDiva: ‹@chattels› you think after that statement they took some where and duct taped his mouth

disciple7: im gonna mark the 24th on my calendar

chattels: “the Federal Supreme Court held its today to consider the Da’oyen that are kept by Osama Abdul Aziz Najafi first as Vice-President of the Republic and the second in his personal capacity, and demanded the cancellation of the Cabinet decision to abolish the post of Deputy President of the Republic and the heroes of the House of Representatives decision to ratify it.

“He pointed out that” The court decided to postpone consideration of the Da’oyen to day 24 of this month] for the purpose of completing legal procedures, and to provide the parties to the lawsuit to Oaiham Reply. wealthwatch.world/showthr…

http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2890

chattels: President of a coalition of law Nuri al-Maliki said, it is still practiced his vice president. “He added in a press statement today, said that” the Federal Court did not decide so far in this matter ………… ” – Maliki wealthwatch.world/showthr….

http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2814

MzDiva: No offense but Maliki makes me sick to my stomach i wish he was gone

disciple7: Maliki’s day is close.. you cant clean up corruption and add security with him in office. he gotta go.

MzDiva: ‹@disciple7› yes he has to go

Donnie: ‹@chattels› “chattels: OOTW has asked that only WealthWatchWorld links be used in the chat.”   Donnie: I never knew that

disciple7: ‹@MzDiva› hopefully soon but knowing that guy he will probably have to be taken into custody with a “swat team” like approach.. just my opinion.

MzDiva: Yeah Maliki is not going to go calmly hes going to put up a fight

chattels: Abbas al-Bayati: No new meetings of the leaders of the blocks except to discuss and pass the budget law

disciple7: if Iraq even has a military team that is of that caliber
disciple7: pass that budget  🙂

 

chattels: ” There are no new meetings of the leaders of the blocks and heads of committees to discuss any laws except ……….. to discuss the budget bill and passed after the completion of observations and amendments to the clauses.”

chattels: ” the parliament speaker told the parliamentary blocs that some very important legislation is still pending and the need to speed up Pthariaha but it seems that the atmosphere is perfectly suited to pass a package of these important laws, including the laws of the Federal Court and amnesty and the Council of the Federal Service and the prohibition of the Baath Party and other “.

Donnie: Iraq Live Update ‏@IraqLiveUpdate 3h3 hours ago Bomb targets Shia mourners in Yousifiya, former Daesh hotbed, south of Baghdad. Women & Children casualties rise!
chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2814

disciple7: ‹@chattels› wow!

Donnie: Iraq Live Update ‏@IraqLiveUpdate 3h3 hours ago Kurdish Peshmerga militias turn a blind eye to looting & revenge attacks in #Sinjar

Donnie: ‹@chattels› “a package of these important laws” OH NO!!!!!

disciple7: ‹@Donnie› why “oh no”?

OOTW: THANKS CHATTELS..THREE DUPLICATE SESSION AGENDA’S CONTINUALLY PUSHED OUT…WHAT ARE THESE PEOPLE PLAYING AT?

OOTW: HI EVERYONE

chattels: ‹@Donnie› ” package ” in that context means that there may be a ” quid pro quo ” between the political blocs to accomplish passage of contested legislation in one vote – nobody trusts one another – it does not mean a truncated legislative process – there will be all required reading and discussions

OOTW: THE SAME AGENDA EVERY DAY THIS WEEK…STILL NO VOTES RECORDED AT ALL ON ANY LAWS SINCE THE 14TH

chattels: the passage of laws has hardly been expedited or fast tracked in the sense that the pundits would have you believe

OOTW: SO TRUE

chattels: there continues to be much rhetoric and little action

disciple7: Groundhogs Day

chattels: still waiting for an explanation from ” XXXX ” about the budget vote on Thursday 🙂

Donnie: this reads strange “Third: the first vote on the draft amendment to the law to compensate those affected by the military operations and military errors and terrorist operations.”

Donnie: the first vote?
Donnie: maybe they meant the first reading.

OOTW: FROM CHATTELS

OOTW: LETS SEE IF THIS ACTUALLY HAPPENS

Donnie: I see a couple votes on tomorrows agenda

chattels: still no executive order by Abadi 🙂

OOTW: Parliament completed tomorrow vote on the Martyrs Foundation Law :: 2015/11/20 17:07 • [Baghdad-where] hold the House of Representatives, on Saturday, to vote its regular reading of a number of draft laws.

It includes tomorrow’s meeting agenda, according to a statement of the Council received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, “vote on the draft Martyrs Foundation Law, and vote on the first draft amendment to the law to compensate those affected by the military operations and military errors and terrorist operations, and vote on the proposed annexation of the hospitality institutes Law to the Ministry of Education.

“It also includes” hosting and Minister of Labour and Social Affairs [Mohammed Xiaa Sudanese], and the reading of the economic and investment commission and discuss the draft general budget of the Federal Republic of Iraq for fiscal year 2016 “report.

It will be read” report and discuss the first draft amendment to the law liability insurance law personal staff of government departments and the public sector No. 47 of 1990, and the report and discuss the draft amendment to the Code of Criminal Procedure Act No. 23 of 1971, with the work of the Committee of the Regions and governorates not organized in a region “plan.

The House of Representatives has commenced at its yesterday to vote on the draft Corporation Law martyrs but otherwise covered by the entitlements and led to the withdrawal of the blocks in the session caused the postponement of a vote for tomorrow’s session after the dissolution of this Klavat.

OOTW: WELL THE PARLIAMENT MEMBERS WOULD COME BACK ANYWAY AND REFUTE IT CHATTELS

OOTW: JUST LIKE ANY POLITICIANS IRAQ’S MP’S ARE NO DIFFERENT – THEY’RE FULL OF THEMSELVES

OOTW: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2990&pid=7096#pid7096

chattels: and there is no such thing as an executive order in such matters, IMO

OOTW: NO THERE IS NOT ALTHOUGH THE CONSTITUTION DOES ADDRESS SUCH A CONDITION, HOWEVER, VAGUE

chattels: ‹@OOTW› Yes, but very limited, IMO

OOTW: YES THAT’S WHY I SAY ANY OPPOSING MP’S WOULD VOTE AGAINST IT

chattels: Legal representative: political blocs failed to agree on the legislation of the Federal Court Act in the current chapter

Donnie: I think the person that updates the readings/votes on Parliaments website is on vacation. Not even the readings are reports readings. Nothing since 11/14/2015

chattels: “There are no real negotiations to pass Court Act Federal during future meetings, and did not hold new talks to resolve points of contention relationship between the blocs and parliamentary committees.

chattels: the Kurdistan Alliance bloc continues to insist on the adoption of a consensus in the decisions of the Court, as well as a consensus president and vice president to pass resolutions relating to the center and the region. “He said the” blocs other political / National Alliance and the Alliance of Power / still insists on not possible to achieve consensus within the Federal Court, otherwise there is no justification for its existence originally.

chattels: sees the possibility of resorting to the application of the principle of majority or an absolute majority a substitute for unanimity in the blocks Federal Court decisions.

chattels: judicial system reform is necessary for the political blocs to speed up the legislation of the Federal Court Act which the party concerned the interpretation and challenge laws Constitution,

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2992

Donnie: the dealer markup on the 50k notes here in America is 100%. You can buy 1 million of 25k notes for around 900 but it’ll cost you 180 to get 1 million 50k notes.

chattels: ” ……….. a National Identity Card Law …………… This law, which parliament passed in late October, …………..”

chattels: Has the National Identity Card Law been published ?

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…
http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2987

OOTW: ‹@Donnie› POSSIBLY I HAVE SEEN SUCH FAUX PAS BEFORE

Donnie: ‹@OOTW› i talked to a dealer in MD.

disciple7: ‹@Donnie› $180.00?

Donnie: ‹@OOTW› supply/demand – the first guy with product can set the initial price!
Donnie: ‹@disciple7› typo
Donnie: 100,000 Dinar – 25k notes is about $90 and 50k notes is $180

disciple7: ‹@Donnie› oh ok gotcha thanks

chattels: Lots of news in the forum. I am likely out for the rest of the day. Laterz all.

Donnie: ‹@chattels› TYVM – have a nice day Sir

OOTW: BYE CHATTELS

Tootsie: Keywords: Congress on the number of fingers trying to pull the mandate of Abadi BAGHDAD – Iraq Press – November 20: MP for the coalition of state law on the Keywords, on Friday, he does not have a secret alliance between the large blocs in parliament to change the prime minister Haider al-Abadi.

Keywords and said in a press statement that “there are no alliances between large blocs in parliament, it aims to change the prime minister Haider al-Abadi,” referring to “the existence of some lawmakers who are on the number of fingers trying to pull the mandate of Abadi.”

He added that “Hola CBA, because their plans were weak, and would do so again but larger and smarter, and I see that most of the parliamentary blocs supports Abadi in operation Reformation in the government.”

Sources have revealed the existence of alliances within the political blocs in order to change the current prime minister, spoke at a time when reports on the announcement of a parliamentary coalition between the number of parliamentary blocs to support reforms Abadi inside the House of Representatives. ا finish wealthwatch.world/showthr…

http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=2993

Tootsie: “there are no alliances between large blocs in parliament, it aims to change the prime minister Haider al-Abadi,” referring to “the existence of some lawmakers who are on the number of fingers trying to pull the mandate of Abadi.”

Tootsie: later ~

TxBrand: dang …not again www.allenbwest.com/2015/1…
http://www.allenbwest.com/2015/11/developing-gunman-shouting-allahu-akbar-take-more-than-100-hostages-in-a-hotel/

Fox News reports “Gunmen who have taken more than 100 hostages after storming the Radisson Blu hotel in Mali’s capital Friday morning while shouting “Allahu Akbar” reportedly are forcing their captives to recite verses from the Koran or face death.”

TxBrand: i have been away from tv

OOTW: NOT AGAIN IS RIGHT

OOTW: OUR GOVERNMENTS ARE GOING TO TAKE THE NDAA AND INJECT IT WITH HYPER AMOUNTS OF STEROIDS

OOTW: WE’RE GOING TO HAVE NO CHOICE ABOUT PRIVACY AND TRAVEL ANYMORE    OOTW: NONE

OOTW: THE NDAA AND COMPARABLE LEGISLATION IN OTHER COUNTRIES I MEAN

TxBrand: and Harry Reid said don’t worry the bill that the house will not pass the senate… he is one insane person     TxBrand: that the house passed ,,,, will not pass in the senate


Doug_W: NDAA ?

disciple7: National Defense Authorization Act

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