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Post by Ssmith on Sun May 27, 2018 8:15 am


Manaolana3 » May 25th, 2018

So many positive advancements being done in the final steps.

They are in the midst of a full-blown massive campaign, pulling out all the stops; BB outside, PB inside all the financial institutions in/out of Iraq to educate the citizens.

At the final countdown, when all the specifications for a suitable environment are met, it will blow.

When the MOAB (mother of all bombs) detonates. It will reverberate sending shock waves clear across the globe. The whole world will be in awe!

Like a swarm of BZ-Bees, foreign investors, businessmen, the global community, and entrepreneurs alike will descend upon and infiltrate the "New Mecca" of the Middle East, courting the "prettiest girl in town," the likes that no one has ever witnessed before.

The motto, the theme for a "New Day" with new beginnings will be, "Together, Let's Make Money Again!"

Samson » May 25th, 2018

Sudan seeks mechanisms to release 122 billion dinars from frozen bank balances

26th May, 2018

Minister of Industry and Minerals Mohamed Shiaa al-Sudani discussed on Saturday the mechanisms of launching 122 billion dinars of frozen bank balances.

The ministry said in a statement received by "Al-Gharab Press," a copy of it, "The Minister of Labor and Industry Minerals Agency Mohamed Shiaa Sudanese chaired a meeting to discuss the mechanisms of the release of bank assets frozen (suspended) at banks since 9/4/2003, amounting to (122) billion dinars and belonging to public companies Of the Ministry in accordance with the regulations and regulations in force. "

She added that "the subject of banking facilities provided by banks before the year of (21) billion dinars with interest, in addition to the share of the public treasury of the profits of companies for previous years." LINK

Fatah and virtue seek to speed up the formation of the government

26th May, 2018

The Virtue Party and Al-Fath Alliance, Saturday, 26 May 2018, the formation of the next federal government as soon as possible and abide by the deadlines and constitutional ceilings for the completion of election entitlements.

The Party of Virtue in a statement followed by the obelisk, said that the delegation of the party and during his rounds of Ramadan met with the leader of the Fatah alliance Hadi al-Amiri and a number of leaders of the coalition, and during the meeting addressed a number of topics that are the focus of the Iraqi street, where the parties stressed the need to form a government as soon as possible And adherence to deadlines and constitutional ceilings for the completion of electoral benefits, and the adoption of legal ways and means in dealing with appeals related to the electoral process.

The meeting also stressed, according to the statement, to invite all parties winning in the elections to participate in the dialogues because these parties represent the voters who put their trust in them. LINK

US in ‘Wait and See’ Position After Iraq Election

25th May, 2018

The victory of Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s party in Iraq’s recent election has put the United States in a wait-and-see position, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told reporters yesterday in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The secretary was in Colorado to preside at the change-of-command ceremony for North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command.

“History tells us that all wars eventually end, and the decisions you take following a war — comparing the United States leadership after World War II, versus what came out of Versailles after World War I — can set the conditions for the future,” the secretary said, adding that in this case, the United States must first see who is going to be the prime minister, because no party or coalition won enough to govern Iraq on its own.

After World War II

“First, all wars eventually come to an end. By 1948, ’49, after the vicious World War II, the Pacific Island Campaign was as vicious a fighting between two nations that’s ever been in history,” Mattis said. “We all know what Germany did during World War II with death camps [and] with invasions across Europe.”

And yet, by 1948 and 1949, he said, “we were standing up NATO to defend Western Europe, and we were working with Germany.”

“The Marshall Plan was underway,” Mattis said. “We were [also] working with Japan.” Germany and Japan now are U.S. treaty allies, he noted.

Mattis pointed out that despite the rout of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, some terrorists remain in Iraq. “But it was interesting, wasn’t it, that in the midst of everything going on next door in Syria, having recently destroyed the ISIS strongholds in Iraq – they are still isolated cells of them, of course,” the secretary said.

A Responsive Government

The secretary reiterated the United States will have to see whether the new Iraqi leaders form a responsive government.

Mattis noted the Marshall Plan was met with initial skepticism.

“People in 1944 were told basically in five years we’ll be serving alongside German troops and sending locomotives and railroad tracks to Germany,” he said. “We would have laughed in your face, said that’s not going to happen; this is a war to the death. Damn near lost.” But that’s exactly what we did, he noted.

“So wars rub the veneer off all of us and leave the passions really exposed, and now it’s time for strategic thinking, for looking to the future, and determining how the Iraqi people can dictate their future,” the secretary said, “not external threats from Iran, not money from Iran, not internal threats from ISIS or other terrorists.

“This is between our two governments, and we’ll see what government they end up with,” Mattis said. “So we’ll play that forward. It’s too early to tell.” LINK

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