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Zig’s Place Chatroom News Monday Evening 5-16-22

 

Zig: Welcome to Zig’s Place, a chat room for dinar speculators and others….discuss any topic that you wish

 

Dave   The leader of the Sadrist movement in a strict tone: We will not ally with the blocking third…. Baghdad / Obelisk: The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, confirmed on Monday, May 16, 2022, that he will not allow a return to square one.

 

Al-Sadr said in a statement received by the obelisk, “The Iraqi people suffer from poverty and we will not allow it to return to square one.”   Talking to the coordinating framework, he added, “What excuse do you make for disrupting the people’s summit?”

 

Al-Sadr added in his speech that “the people are boiling, and for how long will corruption remain?”  obelisk     LINK

 

Dave   Sadr will may call for protests……… (fingers crossed)

 

Dave   Trying to recollect Our national News Headlines from the last week………got nodda…..

 

Dave  FREE DENTAL fer ALL……best i can come up with.?

 

Dave   no excitement here i guess

 

Butterfly   For some reason this website won’t let me copy anything, only the URL:   LINK  It is in regards to present the budget for 2022    LINK

 

Dave   butterfly they have never passed a budget bill

 

Dave   always suppllemental

 

butterfly  Dave LOL craziness in the world

 

Dave   pretty boring here

 

butterfly   For the first time in 30 years, a woman has been appointed as prime minister in France    Monday 16 May 2022 21:57 https://www.ninanews.com/Website/News/Details?key=976566

 

butterfly   I would take boring over craziness.

 

Dave   thought Macron won 2 weeks ago

 

butterfly   appointed not elected

 

butterfly   French President Emmanuel Macron has chosen Labor Minister Elizabeth Borne as Prime Minister to be the first woman to head a French government in 30 years, the Elysee Palace announced in a statement.

 

Butterfly   Dave it helps to read the article lol

 

Dave   President and PMs

 

Dave  PM

 

butterfly    Macron was re-elected for a second term on April 24, and the president hopes to retain an absolute majority in the National Assembly following legislative elections scheduled for June 12-19.

 

Dave   I really just let my Wife think she is the boss……

 

butterfly   If it ain’t for the covid it is the dust storms: 2022-05-16 15:49

 

Shafaq News / On Monday, more than 110 people were transferred to hospitals due to the dust storm that chocked several Iraqi regions.

 

Chamchamal Health Department said that more than 30 people, including children, were taken to hospitals. Some of them were in critical conditions and suffered from shortness of breath.

 

Al-Sulaymaniyah Health also reported that 70 cases of suffocation were recorded during the past hours, while the Garmyan administration recorded 10 cases.

 

Many Iraqi governorates were shrouded in thick brown dust due to strong winds.

 

Today, Basra, Baghdad, Al-Sulaymaniyah, and Najaf airports suspended flights due to severe dust storms.

 

The meteorologist Sadeq Attia said on Facebook that “the dust storm would continue until Tuesday noon, in the cities of the south and east of the country,” also expecting that “it will be worse tomorrow morning.”

 

A dust storm, also called a sandstorm, is a meteorological phenomenon common in arid and semi-arid regions. Dust storms arise when a gust front or other strong wind blows loose sand and dirt from a dry surface.

 

Butterfly   2022-05-16 11:16   Shafaq News/ Iraq’s Minister of Oil, Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail, on Monday said that his country is ramping up its production capacity goals, targeting six million barrels per day (bpd) in 2027 and eight million bpd in 2029.

 

“The Ministry is expediting the optimal plans and projects to invest the associated and non-associated gas in order to bolster the energy sector, curtail the reliance on fossil fuel, conserve the environment, and reduce harmful gas emissions,” he said before the 29th Middle East Petroleum and Gas Conference in Manama, Bahrain’s capital city.

 

The Ministry affirmed that Iraq “is committed to the stability of the international oil market via the cooperation with the country members in OPEC+ to face the challenges facing the market, restore its balance, and retain the gains it achieved recently.”

 

OPEC+, which achieved a historic reduction of 9.7 million barrels per day between May 2020 and July last year, is unwinding cuts due to improving demand. It was adding about 400,000 bpd to the market every month and increased that to 432,000 bpd for May and June.

 

Brent, the global benchmark for two thirds of the world’s oil, was trading 1.6 per cent lower at $109.76 a barrel at 12.53pm UAE time on Monday, while West Texas Intermediate, the gauge that tracks US crude, was down 1.percentent to $109.01 a barrel.

 

butterfly   Be prepared for high gas prices. OPEC hasn’t made enough billions, they want to make trillions.

 

Dave   Iraq yes RICH…….GOVT morally poor

 

Dave   SADR still after the corruption….aint backing down

 

butterfly   As OPEC said a few weeks ago, they will raise the prices, not lower them. So those that think “any” president controls the gas price, need to re-study what is actually happening in the world/USA.

 

butterfly   Dave good hope he is successful, but we may be dead by the time that happens.

 

butterfly   I have been reading where Iraq is going after ISIS and taking out a lot of them.

 

butterfly  Look at Russia, those people think everything is ok under a dictatorship bc they don’t know what freedom is.

 

Dave   Nodda happening in Iraq until Maliki is in chains

 

Dave   butterfly doing better than being Soviet

 

Dave   No more MacDonalds in Russia though…….

 

butterfly   Every news channel is told what they can report. Funny thing is they broadcast Tucker Carlson’s show—portions of it. Then they just broadcasted Rand Paul, the only one objected, to sending those extra billions to Ukraine.

 

Butterfly   Here’s how much profit Big Oil raked in last quarter:

 

Shell: $9.1 billion   Chevron: $6.3 billion   BP: $6.2 billion   Exxon: $5.4 billion

 

They’re not raising prices to cover their costs—they’re raising prices to pad their profits.

 

 

 

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