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 Adam Montana - things could be happening sooner rather than later

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PostSubject: Adam Montana - things could be happening sooner rather than later    Wed Oct 18, 2017 9:36 pm

 Adam Montana 

 Article:  "Haider al-Abadi Is Succeeding At The World’s Hardest Job!"    I said it in 2013, and I will continue to say it: Abadi is the best man we could possibly hope for to lead Iraq forward.  

Elections will be coming up in 1Q 2018, which is not too far away... but if the election process will have any impact on an RV-push, we have to be prepared to ride this out a little longer. If Abadi does have a secret weapon in his stash to tip the Iraqi Dinar into a revalue situation, he could certainly use it at any time between now and April.

 I don't see a significant benefit to waiting TOO long, in fact it would be better to use that tool sooner rather than later. 

There will be some major changes across the board after the currency jumps, and it might be in Abadi's favor to have a month or two to settle everything down before he begins campaigning for re-election based on an incredibly successful 4 years.



Parliament is active right now. They are addressing a myriad of topics, passing and approving items, getting stuff done... but we are all wondering  "What about HCL and Article 140?", right?  This is to be expected, in my opinion. Those two subjects are "catalyst items", and once they go through, there's no putting that toothpaste back in the tube! In fact, once they are even brought up in a serious manner, that is the start of an avalanche that won't be stopped. As we all know, avalanches start with something as small as a single pebble... so don't let the waiting get you down. Once this baby starts sliding, it's going to happen fast.

Article:  "ISIS SURRENDERS IN IRAQ"   ...you'll get the impression that Syria is kicking some ISIS butt. And that impression is correct!   I still feel like ISIS is no longer a critical matter for the progression of Iraq's economy and global standing...


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