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Post by roxy22222222 on Wed Jul 19, 2017 9:17 pm

 Article “Iraq plans to sell us dollar bond deal in coming weeks – sources”   The interesting thing about this one is they are expected to be International. But, one might ask are they yet?  They say they are above based on selling the bonds to come shortly, as in next week...real close. The council of ministers permitted the issuance of the bonds in the amount of US $1 billion. Really?  No guarantee by the USAID. But by JP Morgan, Citi Bank, Deutsche Bank, Etc.. (...there is not a need for the USA to do so, the Banks are.)  Where did the seed money come from for the Banks to pony up?  Well school is now in session...   So did we not here about 5 tankers landing...?  We did...  

 Well, lets think about those five ships. And we shall not wonder why they were arriving under the  "cloak of darkness." If you will! More ships on the way and publicly we here in opinions offered! The Bonds being sold in the past had a ...poor track record in Dinars. No wonder why at a 1184ID/1USD? Lol  These new international bonds are not IMO at a program rate, as they say they are international above, worth up to $1 billion USD.  Lets say those five ships were the big boys seeding at 500,000,000 tons each @ about 7.5 brls per tonnne. That is about 3,750,000 brls per ship or about 18,750,000 brls total...  Lets say they got the best deal recently they could and sold for $49.00 a brl.  That is about $918,750,000... There is your backing for the Bonds that the USAID need not back, as the Iraq pipeline fed the SA refineries to load SA ships to cloak into the USA to be tested for purity and good faith if you will, possibly! Iraq payments in swing for war re payments?  Food for thought.. imo
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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Jul 19, 2017 10:02 pm

MilitiaMan should do better research. His numbers are way off, but what do you expect when wearing thosse RV goggles...



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Supertankers (VLCC and ULCC)

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Knock Nevis (1979–2010), a ULCC supertanker and the longest ship ever built.
"Supertankers" are the largest tankers, including very large crude carriers (VLCC) and ULCCs with capacities over 250,000 DWT. These ships can transport 2,000,000 barrels (320,000 m3) of oil/318,000 metric tons.[43] By way of comparison, the United Kingdom consumed about 1.6 million barrels (250,000 m3) of oil per day in 2009.[45] ULCCs, commissioned in the 1970s, were the largest vessels ever built, but the longest ones have already been scrapped. By 2013 only a few ULCCs remain in service, none of which are more than 400 meters long.[46]
Because of their great size, supertankers often cannot enter port fully loaded.[22] These ships can take on their cargo at off-shore platforms and single-point moorings.[22] On the other end of the journey, they often pump their cargo off to smaller tankers at designated lightering points off-coast.[22] A supertanker's routes are generally long, requiring it to stay at sea for extended periods, up to and beyond seventy days at a time.[22]


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Post by Scotchie on Wed Jul 19, 2017 10:59 pm

Isn't it odd that previously the gurus were touting the bonds would be covered by oil, and all that gold and diamonds under the ground in Iraq?

The price of oil is falling, and Iraq needs an economy of more than one product.

Why are they not digging up the gold and diamonds hidden under the ground in Baghdad.

It is was not so sick, it would be funny

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