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Post by Mountain Goatee on Fri Sep 22, 2017 8:41 am

September 20, 2017 Mnt Goat News Brief
Hi Everyone,

I bring you much news today.

So today I bring you yet a very amazing article from IMF news. They are telling Iraq to get off the program exchange rate. Folks this is WOW news today. I hope everyone is listening?

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Large TV screens are being erected throughout Iraqi cities. These screens will be for the purpose of announcing the results of the upcoming elections. Note they are not about the RV or anything to do with the RV, as I know many of these idiot intel gurus are now going to tell you. So I just wanted to give you a heads up and the real reason for the TVs, as in the past these gurus used these large screens to serve their propaganda info on you for the RV.

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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Monday that Abadi postponed his trip to New York on Tuesday to receive the Kurdish delegation. Originally president Masum was supposed to take on this Kurdish delegation for Abadi, but now we can see tensions are rising and this issue of referendum is moving forward.

Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari arrived in New York to attend the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly and represent Iraq at a number of meetings on the sidelines of UN meetings.

"Jaafari is expected to meet with foreign ministers and officials of a number of countries in the world to discuss and strengthen bilateral relations, and to mobilize efforts to maintain their standing alongside Iraq and contribute to the reconstruction of the infrastructure of Iraqi cities," a foreign ministry statement said. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi is due to address Iraq at the UN General Assembly meeting in New York City.

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On Monday we have already seen police deployed to prevent ethnic clashes with the Turks in the Kirkuk region.

Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi on Monday evening received a telephone call from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss the referendum, which the region intends to break up.

According to sources in the Turkish presidency, the two sides stressed during the communication the need to maintain the territorial integrity of Iraq, and insistence on the referendum will lead to increased tension in the region.

(So listen to me everyone – this referendum is and is going to cause yet more chaos and problems in Iraq. It is the next dilemma that may hold up the RV. We have to watch and wait to see how it all plays out.)

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The president of the Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani on Tuesday gave Baghdad and the international community three days to put the alternative to the referendum on separation, refusing to represent the borders of Kurdistan "Green Line".

"The decision of the referendum is the decision of the people of Kurdistan and not for one person or a particular party," Barzani said during his participation in a ceremony held in the court of Suran district to support the referendum on the independence of Kurdistan. He called on all participants in the ceremony to "raise the flag of the Kurdistan region only, "He said. "We have not succeeded in partnership with Baghdad, so we now have to be dear neighbors. As for us, we have no choice but to hold a referendum," he said. "They are asking us to go back to the Green Line to demarcate Kurdistan's borders.

The Green Line refers to the line that formed the line of contact between the Peshmerga forces and the Iraqi army in the ousted regime. Barzani said that "cutting the salaries of the staff of the region, were other operations of Anfal being exposed to the people of Kurdistan," noting that "the current Iraqi state is a religious state and not federal, and that's why we want independence and do not want positions in Baghdad."

"If there is no real alternative in three days, it is impossible to postpone the referendum. If we find the alternative to our rights, we will celebrate September 25 and hold mass rallies.

(So this last update in the referendum tells us so much as to why Kurdistan wants to break from Iraq. Did you read it? Here are some highlights as to why (and I quote from the article):

1. "cutting the salaries of the staff of the region”

2. “the current Iraqi state is a religious state and not federal, and that's why we want independence”

3. “ find the alternative to our rights” (the GOI is not finding alternatives)

4. “they are asking us to go back to the Green Line to demarcate Kurdistan's borders” (if they separate).

ERBIL— If the Kurdistan Region leadership receives an alternative for its independence referendum from Baghdad WHICH THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY CAN GUARANTEE ITS ENFORCEMENT, instead of voting to the referendum on September 25, the people of Kurdistan will celebrate the date, otherwise, they will go ahead with their vote, said Kurdistan Region President.

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Update on the remaining war with ISIS - Iraqi forces are reported to have launched an operation to recapture the last stronghold of so-called Islamic State in the country's western desert. A military source told the BBC that soldiers, Anbar provincial police and Sunni Arab tribal fighters began moving on the town of Ana on Tuesday morning.
Their progress was slowed initially by dozens of booby-traps, the source said. Ana, 90km (55 miles) from the Syrian border, is one of three Iraqi towns in the Euphrates river valley held by IS. The jihadist group still controls large parts of the valley in the neighboring Syrian province of Deir al-Zour, but it is under pressure there from Syrian pro-government forces and a US-backed alliance of Kurdish and Arab fighters.

The Iraqi military source said the assault on Ana and its surrounding district was being supported by US-led coalition air strikes and military advisers on the ground.

(So we see the fight against ISIS is not yet over, but the offensive has now begun and has moved out of the planning stages to the battle field.)

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BAGHDAD / (Reuters) - Al-Amin, the economic expert, presented a number of plans and proposals to activate the local product and to be manufactured in Iraq in the first brand in local markets.

"In all economic theories, the country that does not produce its economy is economically dysfunctional. It will be besieged by economic crises and will be plunged into debt and poverty for many years before it recovers. Its leaders are keen to correct the course of the economy and stop the import bleeding," Al-Amin told Iraq News. "The daily consumption of food, energy and consumer goods such as cleaning papers, pencils and paper, imported from neighboring countries, milk, flour, vegetables, oils and other commodities steal the entry of Iraqis to settle in the pockets of the industrialized countries what we need, although we can produce these goods and better, but we stopped our plants and Burna fields and orchards and our cattle all our domestic animals in order to import consumer goods.

(So how will they trade with the outside and export when the Iraqi dinar is 1182 dinars per 1 US dollar? Right now under sanctions they can not export anything but oil and this must be paid to them in US dollars so they can use these dollars to pay importers. This is the only process now set up to trade with the outside world. This must all change, as we see in this article today)

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2017’s 10 Most Expensive Currencies
Rank Country Name Currency Name

1 Kuwait Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD)
2 Bahrain Bahraini Dinar (BHD)
3 Oman Omani Rial (OMR)
4 Jordan Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
5 United Kingdom British Pound (GBP)
6 Gibraltar Gibraltar Pound (GIP)
7 Libya Libyan Dinar (LYD)
8 European Union Euro (EUR)
9 Switzerland Swiss Franc (CHF)
10 United States U.S. Dollar (USD)

The U.S. dollar is known as the business currency of the world. Its value is attained using the US Dollar Index, which values the dollar against a basket of foreign currencies

Will Iraq soon be added to this list?

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Articles are below. Due to FACEBOOK limitations my comments are in brackets ( ) throughout the articles. I also separated the articles with asterisks.

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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced on Monday that the independence of the Kurdistan region will have no significant economic and financial impact on Iraq.

The Iraqi Business Council said in a press statement received by "The Economist News" that "the head of the mission of the International Monetary Fund in Iraq, Christian Joss, discussed in the Jordanian capital Amman with the delegation of members of the Iraqi Business Council the latest developments of the Convention on credit readiness with Iraq and the challenges facing the Iraqi private sector" .

"The independence of the Kurdistan region will not have a significant economic and financial impact on Iraq, because the Iraqi government has not paid for the Kurdistan region from two years ago; and therefore did not affect the general budget of the government."
He added that "the IMF agreement with the Iraqi government to pay the dues of contractors over three years from the signing of the credit agreement, that is to pay all arrears by 2019."



Economy News _ Baghdad

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday called on the Iraqi authorities to restructure the Rasheed and Rafidain banks and strengthen the legal framework of the central bank, calling for the cancellation of the remaining entry on the dinar exchange rate.
The Iraqi Business Council said in a press statement received by "The Economist News" that "the head of the mission of the International Monetary Fund in Iraq, Christian Joss, discussed in the Jordanian capital Amman with the delegation of members of the Iraqi Business Council the latest developments in the Convention on credit readiness with Iraq and the challenges facing the Iraqi private sector" .

"The IMF urged the Iraqi authorities to take further measures to strengthen oversight and implement plans to restructure state-owned banks that control the banking system, including the Rashid and Rafidain banks, strengthen the legal framework of the Central Bank, AND ELIMINATE THE REMAINING RESTRICTION ON THE EXCHANGE RATE AND THE PRACTICE OF MULTIPLE EXCHANGE RATES , and the implementation of measures to combat money laundering and the financing of terrorism and fight corruption.

"The International Monetary Fund stressed the importance of implementing structural reforms to improve the investment climate and diversify the economy to encourage private sector activity and improve the business environment," the statement quoted Jos as saying.

"Integrity in Iraq does not need new laws, but rather to implement existing laws strictly to combat corruption. The international community should help Iraq in this regard," he said

(Okay did you read this article? Did you read this part and I quote – “eliminate the remaining restriction on the exchange rate and the practice of multiple exchange rates”. What does this mean? This means to manage the exchange rate and check it to one country wide exchange rate. Even when they get off the program rate they are still allowed to vary the rate by +- % to be in compliance. It also means to end the provisional rate (or as many call it the program rate) that was put on Iraq during the embargo and sanctions which led to the inflation of the dinar. These restrictions prohibit the dinar in the payment of outside debts and was stricken from the global currency exchanges, thus the dinar could not be traded. The provisional dinar was to be used strictly for the in-country economy. Now they want to release the dinar back to the world, and the IMF is telling Iraq they want this done. They are telling Iraq to get it done. So who has control now? No more debate or fights between all you so called idiotic gurus. They are telling us they just gave the CBI the go ahead and so the ball in now in the court of the CBI)


Sept 18, 2017

KIRKUK, Iraq (Reuters) - Police deployed overnight Monday in the northern Iraqi oil city of Kirkuk to prevent a deadly dispute from developing into ethnic clashes ahead of a referendum on Kurdish independence, local residents said.

The Kurdish authorities want to hold the vote on Sept. 25, despite opposition from the central government in Baghdad and the region’s non-Kurdish population. The city is also home to Arabs and Turkmen.
Kurdish security and the city police erected checkpoints across the city after a Kurd was killed in a clash with the guards of a Turkmen political party office in the city.

Two other Kurds and one Turkmen security guard were also wounded in the clash that broke out when a Kurdish convoy celebrating the referendum, carrying Kurdish flags, drove by the Turkmen party office, security sources said. The Kurdish dead and wounded were among those celebrating, they said.

The United Nations, the United States and western powers fear the referendum could distract attention from the fight against Islamic State militants who continue to occupy parts of Iraq and Syria. Iran and Turkey fear contagion for their own Kurdish populations.

You can read the entire article at https://reut.rs/2fwpCTO
(So you still think that this referendum is not an issue to the RV? Think again! As I told everyone stop listening to all these so called intel “gurus”. What the hell do they know. What is their opinion worth. We can see this referendum is building up tensions not just among fellow Iraqis but also with Turks. So already we witnessed clashes. How much more evidence do you need? A storm is brewing……..)



The Prime Minister Haidar Abadi, rejected the referendum of the Kurdistan Region scheduled to be held after less than a week, and expected a "breakthrough" in this regard in the coming hours. During his meeting with a number of media and political analysts, Abadi urged Kurdish forces to abandon the referendum and go to dialogue. "If we need to impose security in the event of a referendum, we will do it," he said, adding that "unilateral border changes open the door to bloodshed." He said Saudi officials had "contacted" And provided an initiative to resolve the crisis and intervention and their ideas matched our ideas in not dragging the region to the projects of division and fragmentation." He explained that" the decision of the Federal Supreme Court to stop the fast referendum procedures consistent with the Constitution. "

He stressed that "the referendum is not time appropriate , but not right at any time" , rejecting the escalation and speeches firearms without interest, as we refuse to bring forces from outside Kirkuk to the province , "adding that he" will not come that day when Iraqis fight them on land."

And the visit of a delegation Kurdish referendum to Baghdad, said Abadi said he did not hear that only in the media," while rejecting the initiative by President Fuad Masum to resolve the crisis of the referendum," pointing out that "the discussion of negotiations to save face"

The Prime Minister, "If we do not reach an agreement We return to the Constitution, but they (the Kurds) do not accept the invocation of the Constitution with Hardly allude to modify. "

He stressed that "Turkey and the United States, Iran and even Saudi Arabia refuses to divide Iraq, and stressed some of the cancellation of the referendum and not just put it off."

On the lack of travel to New York to attend the work of the General Assembly of the United Nations, which began its effectiveness on Tuesday denied Abadi, "cancel the visit and has not announced so far." He called on the Prime Minister, the central forces stationed in Kirkuk, to "not be party to any dispute erupt there, and protect all components." "We will not fight for an area or a city or a piece of land and the war is completely unacceptable," he said, pointing out at the same time that "Baghdad will not control Sinjar or disputed areas because the people of these areas are to govern their areas."

"Instead of engaging in a struggle in these areas, let us cooperate for its protection and security," Abadi said. "Iraq can not be compared to the time of dictatorship, and all components have been subjected to injustice."

Abadi pointedout that there are "malicious agendas behind the calls of hatred and incitement on both sides, stressing that" there will be no punitive measures or pressure on the citizens of the Kurds, but may take legal action against some personalities," said Abadi also said that "There is no country that supports the independence of Kurdistan except Israel, and some Kurdish forces believe that Tel Aviv has influence in the United States to support the referendum, but the Israeli lobby there is preoccupied with its own issues."

In a statement to one of the media that the Confederate system is correct for Iraq, It must be in these the situation in the procedures stipulated by the Constitution itself to vote by two-thirds of the members of the House of Representatives and a referendum for all Iraqis on the amendment.

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Their words not mine…..No Rumors, No Hype, Just the FACTS!

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