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PostSubject: Islandg1211 for 8/18/17   Fri Aug 18, 2017 10:28 pm

BARZANI'S REFERENDUM & THE RV...This referendum on its face is a non-starter:  Turkey has directly stated that they will not support an independent Kurdistan. All Turkey has to do is shut down the pipeline. That's it, game over for Kurdistan.  Iran has directly said that they do not support an independent Kurdistan.   Iran and Iraq could capture and hold Kirkuk oil fields and pump out the oil East into Iran. Kurdistan would run out of money within a very short time with Kirkuk's oil.  Sadre has said he is not for an independent Kurdistan along with Iran's Shiite leader. Kurdistan would loose support from within their borders from their Shiite population. Even in Kurdistan the religious leaders still hold power.

 Abadi has made agreements with Iran and Saudi Arabia to pump out Iraq's oil east and west so it doesn't have to go north through Kurdistan. He's buying oil tankers and the Port of Faw is operational.  Basra is booming.  Abadi positioned Iraq to not having to "bend the knee"... to Erbil because he is developing alternative oil export routes.   The Kurds are completely responsible to come to Baghdad, sign agreements, and get the HCL law passed and settle the contested Article 140 areas.  Abadi isn't going to give Erbil their budget until that is settled.   ...the reality is that an independent country isn't happening without the support of Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria and the US.  

BARZANI'S REFERENDUM & THE RV...This referendum on its face is a non-starter:  Turkey has directly stated that they will not support an independent Kurdistan. All Turkey has to do is shut down the pipeline. That's it, game over for Kurdistan.  Iran has directly said that they do not support an independent Kurdistan.   Iran and Iraq could capture and hold Kirkuk oil fields and pump out the oil East into Iran. Kurdistan would run out of money within a very short time with Kirkuk's oil.  Sadre has said he is not for an independent Kurdistan along with Iran's Shiite leader. Kurdistan would loose support from within their borders from their Shiite population. Even in Kurdistan the religious leaders still hold power.
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