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Post by roxy22222222 on Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:46 pm

 Article:  "Saudi newspaper: Washington threatens Iraqi forces to bomb if Baghdad resorted to the military option against Kurdistan"  [Really, this is good news for us. The day the US abandons a united Iraq is the day our investment is worthless. This tells me the plan is still in place...]  I will say that the Kurd's only produce roughly 500,000 bpd while Basra and the rest pump roughly 3.5-40 million bpd, the Kurd's financial contribution to the overall state is probably closer to a push than a win. I'd definitely agree that Barzani and the Kurd's are using this for global leverage for recognition and support from Baghdad. 

these guys haven't received any support from Baghdad; government salaries, infrastructure, displaced persons and military hardware for the fight with ISIL since March 2014.  They had to do something profound to get everyone's attention, why hasn't anyone jumped in during that time to support and demand Baghdad's negotiations with Erbil? Well, they got the worlds attention now, hopefully they'll use this to win concessions and support that's designed to unite the country, no divide. Baghdad's response to the referendum is nothing but punitive, maybe they should try more carrot and less stick.

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