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chattels: ” Sunnis made strategic mistake supporting strong central govt run by Shiite parties musingsoniraq.blogspot.co… … ” Joel wing

chattels: Joel Wing ‏@JoelWing2 ” Sunnis have slowly moved away from centralism to pushing for federalism in Iraq musingsoniraq.blogspot.co… … ” http://musingsoniraq.blogspot.com/2015/12/can-iraqi-politics-find-solution-to.html

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chattels: What a “Kurdish-Centric Strategy” Can Accomplish By DAVID ROMANO wealthwatch.world/showthr… http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3148&pid=7536#pid7536

chattels: excellent analysis, IMO

chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – A senior Peshmerga official told Rudaw on Wednesday that US heavy weapons for Iraq’s Kurdish forces had arrived in Kuwait and would be delivered to the Kurds in a month. “The USA decided to give heavy weapons to the Peshmerga,” said Jabar Yawar, chief of staff to the Peshmerga ministry.

“The weapons have arrived in Kuwait and in a matter of one month they will be transferred to the Kurdistan region,” he said in a television interview.

chattels:   US military: the new force of Iraq’s small but will be carried out combat operations :: 2015/12/2 21:59 • [Follow-where] he said on behalf of the international coalition Colonel Steve Warren The strength of the new Special Operations that are being sent to Iraq from the United States likely to be up to about a hundred people.

He said Warren in a press statement on Wednesday, “This force may be about one hundred and maybe a little less, and will be in most of them members of the assignment.” He noted that the functions “vary in all fields starting from aviation to the collection of information, so it will be the force that will be offensive or operations very small combat.

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chattels: The increased presence and participation of American troops has potentially dangerous political ramifications for Mr. Abadi wealthwatch.world/showthr…

chattels: Deputy: Parliament will serve to prepare the budget and will not discuss other laws :: 2015/12/2 8:28 • [Baghdad – where] MP for the coalition forces said Abdel Azim and Healing, The House of Representatives will occupy after the resumption of its meetings next week to prepare a draft budget law. He added Healing told all of Iraq [where], that “the parliament after the resumption of its meetings will serve to prepare the budget,” adding that “there will not be time to discuss other laws, ………………….. wealthwatch.world/showthr…


BOBBY: Chattels. …. the David Romano article was a good read

chattels: ‹@BOBBY› yes, indeed

chattels: Parliament is scheduled to reconvene on the 8th I believe

chattels: Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook and his wife said they planned to waive 99 percent of their wealth in shares of Facebook and currently worth about $ 45 billion for a new charity in a letter to their daughter, Max, who was born last week.

The plan comparable to move other billionaires like Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates, who have established charitable institutions and pledged to donate their wealth to charity.

chattels: impressive, eh ?

chattels: Who is Priscilla Chan? money.cnn.com/2015/12/01/…
” http://money.cnn.com/2015/12/01/technology/priscilla-chan-facts/index.html?iid=surge-story-summary

chattels: ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – US-led coalition airstrikes hammered Islamic State bases west of Kirkuk on Wednesday night, killing 10 militants. “Last night warplanes heavily bombarded the Islamic State group also known as Daesh in Humayria village,” Sarhad Qadir, director of police in Kirkuk province, told Rudaw on Thursday. Qadir said at least 10 ISIS militants were killed during Wednesday night’s operation.

“We also heard a big sound that seemed to be the Daesh military storehouse being blown up due to the bombardment,” the police director added. Peshmerga forces backed by coalition airstrikes have recaptured large swaths of territory in the past few months west of Kirkuk province that were previously under ISIS control.

chattels: millions of IDPs and refugees in the region lack the basic necessities for survival, such as food, water and winter apparel.

chattels: Parliament rapporteur: cut 500 thousand dinars for each day of absence of the deputies without disconnecting one of them   chattels: www.alliraqnews.com/modul…

chattels: Oil Minister: ready to discuss a Saudi proposal to cut OPEC production by 1.5 million barrels www.alliraqnews.com/modul…

chattels: Snow caused the closure of roads in Dohuk www.alliraqnews.com/modul…

chattels: Iraq is a varied climate and landscape

chattels: Millions of visitors also had come to Karbala from more than 70 Arab and foreign countries the right to revive. Saw airports and border crossings are other momentum human exceeded according to the relevant previous years to weaken the number of visitors.

The number of visitors more than 26 million, according to Minister Baqer al-Zubaidi, transportation, and expected to reach number visitors on Thursday, to 27 million.

chattels: 27 million is almost equal to the population of Iraq

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chattels: The role of everyone involved in the success of millions visit, which has consistently grow and vocal to reach the whole world, despite the media blackout meant that is dealing the with the largest human gatherings of more than sixty countries

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[08:47:07 AM] chattels: media blackout
chattels: the President Fuad Masum said, “The change of prime minister Haider al-Abadi is not possible at a time when Iraq is fighting Daash terrorist gangs”.

chattels: “is impossible in the current circumstances the replacement Abadi,” pointing out that “the agreement on the Prime Minister alternative would take about six months and this government will be only the conduct of the ongoing work of the government, will not be able to sign any agreement, as they will not be able any decision, as we in the face with Daash.

chattels: an agreement on the extension of the mandate for two years Barzani

chattels: “The conflicting parties reached the semi-based extension of two years for the regional president Massoud Barzani agreement until He’s elected legislature in the region ”

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chattels: and the decision to the US administration to send ground troops to Iraq, He stressed that “for Iraq from the floor sustenance [wild] enough to control the land and the expulsion of Daash”, pointing out that “sending ground troops requires coordination with the Iraqi government,” adding that “such a decision does not need to be presented to the Parliament in order to be approved due to the presence a previous agreement between Iraq and the United States allow the second party to provide military assistance to Baghdad.

chattels: “such a decision does not need to be presented to the Parliament in order to be approved due to the presence a previous agreement between Iraq and the United States allow the second party to provide military assistance to Baghdad.”

chattels: “and what is being said about the readiness of the Peshmerga to participate in the liberation of tenderness Syrian city, was considered infallible this responsibility lies with the Syrians, while the task of the Iraqi forces fighting Daash is essentially liberation of Mosul and all Iraqi areas occupied by Daash gangs “, advising the peshmerga” not to not to cross the border to participate in the liberation of tenderness.”

chattels: He explained infallible reluctance of the Peshmerga from approaching Mosul to” seek to avoid the emergence of Arab-Kurdish conflict in case they got [the actions of non-decent in the city.”

chattels: “He attributed the infallible delay edit gray city of Daash, that “the most important reasons is that the terrorist gangs based guerrilla war, not a classic war, enabling terrorists to be irritable movement so that they disappear and then appear and difficult to catch them in with a common border vast desert areas with three countries:

Saudi Arabia, Jordan Syria and showed that despite these difficulties, the liberalization of Mosul and Anbar constitute the main tasks of the Iraqi forces in various configurations and that this will not take sustenance from non-specifying a time limit certain “.

chattels: they disappear and then appear and difficult to catch them in with a common border vast desert areas with three countries: Saudi Arabia, Jordan ( and )Syria

chattels: While Abadi may be legally empowered to allow American ground forces, the long(er) term political consequences may be terrible for him ( and us )

chattels: Repeat post from yesterday : CAUTION : Many of the pundits now citing the ” changes ” and ” intel ” regarding the CBI / Rate, etc. have been ” calling ” for the ” RV ” repeatedly over time and on the basis of the latest event or circumstance. Do not be deceived that they know anything. If they did then they would have forecast the recent changes as a condition(s) precedent or attendant to the ” RV “.

It is what I call ” situational / happenstance intelligence “. Pundits take the recent news and conform it to their own narratives. We do not know what if anything recent news or events mean for our liquidity event. We know that many other things are relatively unchanged.

Doug_W: don’t they always “C”

chattels: ‹@Doug_W› Yes, but many people seem to not recall such or are seduced by positive illusions.

chattels: Beginning in August the popular narrative was the Abadi reforms, which have virtually stalled and come to nothing. Now it is the IMF and CBI , etc., ad nauseum

chattels: Of course prior to August there was no mention of any need for ” reforms “. The popular narrative was everything is done, DAESH is not a problem and we are ” any day and everyday “, yada, yada, yada

chattels: The waiting and uncertainty of an outcome to our speculation is frustrating, but the cacophony of purported ” intel ” / intelligence is disgusting. It lacks integrity and is intellectually dishonest or just plain stupidity, IMO.

chattels: But I understand that few are interested in my opinion as it does not appeal to to the preferred narrative. So be it. I am in until the end. I just wish that the journey was more pleasant and less prone to sensationalism.

chattels: The month of Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar, brings with it the memory of the sacrifice of Imam Husayn , the grandson of Prophet Muhammad

chattels: Husayn is highly regarded by Shia Muslims because he refused to pledge allegiance to Yazid I,[11] the Umayyad caliph, because he considered the rule of the Umayyads unjust.[11] The annual memorial for him, his family, his children and his companions is called Ashura (tenth day of Muharram) and is a day of mourning for Shiite Muslims. His action at Karbala fueled the later Shiite movements

chattels: According to most reports, Husayn was born on 8 January 626 CE (3 / 5 Sha’aban 4 AH).[6] Husayn and his brother Hasan were the last descendants of Muhammad living during his lifetime and remaining after his death.

chattels: Muhammad is reported to have said that “He who loves me and loves these two, their father and their mother, will be with me at my place on the Day of Resurrection

chattels: In Islam it is difficult to separate the religious from the political in my limited observation(s).

chattels: Read more @ en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hus…

chattels: Just think if Jesus had had children ( successors ) ! ?

chattels: In any event today is the last day of the ” holiday ” for the millions of visitors. Back to ” normal “, whatever that is for Iraq, next week. 🙂 Laterz all.

chattels: announced that the Ministry of Interior, the success of the special security plan to visit the death of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him decrees, which ended on Thursday.


Doug_W: Pole dancers   Doug_W: www.chonday.com/Videos/ba…

disciple7: XE: 1105



Donnie: “We have the Brimstone precision missile system, which enables us to strike accurately with minimal collateral damage – something that even the Americans do not have. The RAPTOR pod on our Tornado aircraft has no rival…”

Donnie: pretty bold statement from Mr. Cameron   Donnie: wealthwatch.world/showthr…


disciple7: I love how the idiots in the government jump on every tragedy to try take away gun rights….   disciple7: sorry had to vent


disciple7: funny how they wanna take ours yet the gentleman surrounding them with security can have their guns though…

chattels: ” …………. we do face a fundamental threat to our security. We can’t wait for a political transition, we have hit these terrorists in their heartlands right now. And we must not shirk our responsibility for security – or hand it to others. ……………., throughout our history, the United Kingdom has stood up to defend our values and our way of life. We can – and we must – do so again.”

disciple7: our guns go.. their guns go.. their security guards can walk around with mase
disciple7: ‹@chattels› well said

chattels: wealthwatch.world/showthr…  http://wealthwatch.world/showthread.php?tid=3075

chattels: I am considering opening an account to make contribution(s) to the internally displaced persons ( refugees ) in Kurdistan. ” Sustain A Refugee Endeavor ” / SAFE . If anyone is interested in participating then please contact me at [email protected] There are approximately 3.5 millions such persons in Kurdistan and winter is upon them. They have often only a blanket for warmth.

chattels: Parliamentary Legal Committee confirmed on Thursday that the federal government will not hand over 17% of the Kurdistan Regional Government if the oil has not adhered to THE AGREEMENT in the next year, INDICATING THAT IT IS ONE OF THE TERMS OF THE 2016 BUDGET.

chattels: He pointed out that “THE KURDISTAN REGION’S SHARE OF NEXT YEARS BUDGET HAS REMAINED THE SAME IS 17% UNDER THE SAME CONDITIONS BETWEEN BAGHDAD AND ERBIL, but if the provincial government did not comply with the export of oil and the delivery ratio him to Baghdad, the federal government will not fulfill their obligations will not hand over 17% of the budget of the province.”

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