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Post by Ssmith on Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:40 am


SP » November 8th, 2018

Not sure if everyone realizes this or not -- but in the study of numerology, the year 2018 = 2+0+1+8 = 11.

So, this coming Sunday is actually an 11 month -- 11 day -- and 11 year. 11/11/11

Evenstar » November 8th, 2018

I think that is amazing........Middle East and Aisian cultures rely on Numerology and use it all the time...Lets hope it means something wonderful!!

Samson » November 8th, 2018

Sistani's office announces the first day of the month of Rabee al-Awal

8th November, 2018

The Office of the Supreme Religious Reference, Mr. Ali Husseini Sistani, Thursday, the first day of the month of spring.

The office said in a brief statement, received / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "on Friday, 9/11/118 is the first of the month of Rabi I of 1440 for migration. LINK

MilitiaMan » November 8th, 2018

Now keep in mind it is not spring now, it is the fall season. This above is not about the season of spring as it appears (see below). It is about a new beginning.. Which may bring in a new GOI, a new Currency with a new rate to give a new beginning..

imo Sistani is a smart man and a very very very respected man. He does things for a purpose. Note that Delta also told us that Social Media is openly talking about the new currency to come and the citizens are getting very antsy!

They have been told about the monetary reforms until they are green in the face now. Antsy populations are not always a good thing to have. Things can go south in real time quickly if circumstances arise or are produced for cause an effect.

If the citizens have been as vocal as I think they may have been, Sistani needed to talk and did. Mosque day tomorrow could be very telling in regard to what is coming to the citizens and possibly in the sense of a gift, of new currency with new purchase power of a new small category size. Time will tell. ~ MM

On an aside I would like to point out a few supporting things that many may not be aware of. Using citizens to get cause and effect has or at least can have reaching implications with powerful results.

Now think about the reality to be set upon the Iraqis and the new reality that has also been imposed by sanctions on Iraq's neighbor.. One side is to experience new found prosperity, whereas, they other side feels the pinch and sting of inflation, that will be pressuring their leaders to even the playing field.

Not only did Secretary of State Pompeo and Secretary of the Treasury Mnuchin just update the world on the sanctions, there is today, in Iraq on going education about those sanctions and how and who they effect and they are educating the people in a calm professional manner view media.

Giving assurances they are not targeting citizens directly, they are geared toward the citizens power base. I would like to show you something that caught my eye in the meeting with the two Secretaries this week when explaining the USA position on things.

The main point is past tense. They put in place efforts that were focused on Financial and economic issues. Put in place Sistani talking about a new beginning, a day of remembrance and giving? I would say, by what the Secretaries and Sistani have said are in conjunction or at least complementary in one way or another and for mutual benefit and a common good for all sides.!! ~ MM

One more thing.. Putin is to possibly meet with President Donald Trump in Paris on 11/11/2018 for a working lunch. 100 year to the day ending of the armistice WWI. Sistani has a new begging so to speak for 09/11/2018. Lots of 11s... lol ! Paris Club payments for 2019 would need to be in the new 2019 budget for Iraq.. Things to think about. imo ~ MM

"QUESTION: Thank you. Roj Zalla with RUDAW TV in Iraqi Kurdistan. Mr. Secretary, Iran has very powerful hands in Iraq. Are you not concerned that with these sanctions Iran might increase the pressure on some of your allies in Iraq? And in that case, what can you do to reassure those allies?"

"SECRETARY POMPEO: So it’s a very reasonable question. Here’s the facts. Since the United States entered the JCPOA in 2015, Iran has turned up the heat on those very entities to which you’re referring. Sowe have a history, we have data set, we have a historical basis upon which to say that we know that the JCPOA didn’t impede Iran one bit from putting pressure on Kurdistan, pressure in Baghdad, pressure throughout the region.

We are very hopeful that the set of efforts we’re undertaking – we’ve focused here on the financial and economic, but the full range of efforts we’re taking to push back against the Islamic Republic of Iran will have the intended effect of reducing Iran’s capacity to be destabilizing and present risk to the Middle East, to Europe, and the world.


" During this month, many Muslims celebrate Mawlid - the birthday of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad." "The word "Rabi" means "spring" and Al-awwal means "the first" in Arabic language, so "Rabi' al-awwal" means "The first spring" in Arabic language. The names seems to have to do with the celebration events in the month as "spring" is the end to winter (symbol of sadness) and consequently the start of happiness. The Arabic calendar being lunar calendar, the month is naturally rotating over years and Rabī‘ al-awwal can be in spring or any other season every now and then, so the meaning can not be related to the actual season.[3]


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Although historians and scholars disagree on the exact date of Muhammad's birth,[4] it is commonly celebrated on 12th or 17th of Rabi' al-awwal. The celebration of the Mawlid is done differently depending on the country. In some areas celebrations begin as early as the first of the month and can continue till the end of the month. Muslims generally put coloured lights on roads, streets, and their homes and put green flags as well to celebrate. In many countries a procession is also conducted on 12th or 17th of Rabi' al-awwal night and day. On these occasions sweets and drinks are also distributed widely from home to home and to the general public. In some areas Muslims also exchange gifts. It is the month of blessings.

The Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, and months begin when the first crescent of a new moon is sighted. Since the Islamic lunar calendar year is 11 to 12 days shorter than the solar year, Rabī‘ al-Awwal migrates throughout the seasons. The estimated start and end dates for Rabī‘ al-Awwal are as follows (based on the Umm Al-Qura calendar of Saudi Arabia[5]):

First day (CE / AD)
Last day (CE / AD)

12 December 2015
10 January 2016

30 November 2016
29 December 2016

19 November 2017
18 December 2017

9 November 2018
7 December 2018

29 October 2019
27 November 2019

18 October 2020
15 November 2020

Rabī‘ al-Awwal dates between 2015 and 2020

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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Donald Trump will meet at a short working lunch in the Elysee Palace in Paris on Nov. 11, Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov said on Wednesday.

MilitiaMan » November 8th, 2018

Thank you Sunkissed and Pompey Pete for your help and insight!

Don961 » November 8th, 2018

Contradictory Iranian messages reveal the lack of options and reinforce US sanctions

- Two Days Ago

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran is sending contradictory messages to the West as part of efforts to ease the sanctions that have come into effect on Monday by calling for dialogue, military maneuvers, threats, rallying the Iranian street and announcing measures to circumvent "sanctions".

But the Iranian leadership does not seem to have many solutions, with sanctions imposed on more than 700 Iranian entities and assets, targeting the oil and transport sectors and banks, and with the entry of the Swift system on the crisis line, thus preventing Iranian banks from reaching its services.

The Iranian behavior reiterates an Iraqi approach that was consistent during the rule of the late President Saddam Hussein and is based on the lack of appreciation of Iranian politicians for the real impact of the new sanctions regime and the extent to which the West can reach the confrontation in general.

As Saddam Hussein's regime did during the 1990s, Tehran adopted a language of defiance to the West and then resorted to dialogue and without an intermediary, as expressed by President Hassan Rowhani on Monday. Iran seems to be on a path that could end in the same way as Iraq - the most severe sanctions to date - affecting the regime's grip on governance and perhaps its collapse.

Observers believe Iran is fooling itself with simple exemptions for its oil exports - eight countries - China, India, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Greece, Italy and Turkey - with European statements sympathetic to Tehran that will not affect the US position, but gradually lead to an oil- Which was imposed on Iraq previously.

Instead of looking for international sympathy by warning of the dangers of the blockade and the humanitarian suffering imposed on the Iranians, Iran's clerical rulers have played down concerns about the impact of sanctions on the country's economy, and as a personal confrontation with US President Donald Trump based on stubbornness and perseverance.

"Today the enemy (the United States) targets the economy," Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said. "The main objective of sanctions is our people."

"America wanted to reduce Iranian oil sales to zero ... but we will continue to sell our oil ... and break sanctions," Rowhani told a group of economists on state television.

"This is an economic war on Iran ... but America must know that it can not use the language of force against Iran ... We are ready to resist any pressure," he said.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif wrote on Twitter: "America's bullying back ... America, not Iran, is isolated."

The United States on Monday announced a new set of sanctions against Iran and threatened further measures to pressure it, while Tehran denounced the move as "economic war" and vowed to defy it.

The re-imposition of sanctions comes as part of broader efforts by the US president to force Iran to scale back its nuclear and missile programs and reduce its influence in the Middle East. It also comes after Washington withdraws from the 2015 international agreement on Iran's nuclear program.

"The Treasury's imposition of unprecedented financial pressure on Iran should make it clear to the Iranian regime that it will face increased financial isolation and economic stagnation to radically alter its destabilizing activities," Treasury Secretary Stephen Menuchin said in a statement.

The sanctions include 50 banks and related entities, more than 200 people and a ship in the cargo sector, as well as Iran Air and more than 65 aircraft, the statement said.

US national security adviser John Bolton said his country would impose more sanctions on Iran without giving details. "We will impose sanctions that go beyond this," Bolton said in an interview with Fox Business. We will not simply accept the level of sanctions that existed in the era of (former US President Barack) Obama in 2015. "

Iran has lost about $ 2 billion in oil revenues since May when Trump pulled out of the nuclear deal, US special envoy to Iran, Brian Hawke, told reporters on Monday.

"We have taken 1 million barrels of oil out of the market and this alone will cut the revenues of the Iranian oil system by two billion dollars," Hawk said.

European powers, which still support the nuclear deal, said they opposed the re-imposition of sanctions while China, a major oil buyer, regretted the move.

China, India, South Korea, Japan and Turkey, combined by countries that import Iranian oil from eight countries that have received temporary exemptions from sanctions to ensure that oil prices are not destabilized.

US officials said the countries would deposit Iran's revenue into a special account whose funds would be used for humanitarian purposes.

The move is part of broader efforts by Tramp to force Iran to scale back its nuclear activities, halt its missile program and end its support for proxy fighting forces in Yemen, Syria, Lebanon and other parts of the Middle East.

Switzerland said it was in talks with the United States and Iran over opening a humanitarian payment channel to help keep food and medicine flowing into Iran.

US sanctions allow trade in humanitarian goods, such as food and medicine, but measures imposed on banks and trade restrictions may increase the cost of such goods.

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday that the sanctions, which are being re-imposed, "are the most severe sanctions ever imposed on the Islamic Republic of Iran."
The Arabs link

Samson » November 8th, 2018

Christine Lagarde: When history harmonizes

8th November, 2018

Mark Twain once said, "History never repeats itself, but it often harmonizes." As heads of state gather in Paris this week to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, they must listen carefully to the echoes of history and avoid repeating the tumultuous tones of the past.

For centuries, our global economic fortunes have been shaped by the influence of two dual forces: technological progress and global integration. These two forces can lead prosperity in different countries of the world, but their mismanagement can lead the world to disaster as well. World War I is a grim example of what happens when things go wrong.

The 50 years preceding the Great War were a period of outstanding technological achievements, such as steam ships, rail locomotives, electric power and telecommunications. It was the period that shaped our modern world and was characterized by the unprecedented global integration that many call the first era of globalization. The movement of goods, money and individuals faced relatively small obstacles. Between 1870 and 1913, we saw significant gains in exports as a percentage of GDP in many economies, an indicator of increased openness.

All this has created enormous wealth, but it has not been distributed equally or fairly. It was the era of dark and dangerous factories and barons. It was an era of sharp escalation in inequality. In 1910, the population, which had the highest 1 per cent of incomes in the United Kingdom, was in control of almost 70 per cent of the country's wealth, a disparity that had never before or ever occurred.

Then, as now, the rise of inequality and the growing uneven gains of technological development and globalization contributed to an adverse reaction. In the run-up to the outbreak of war, the reaction is the rush of countries to excel at the national level, while sacrificing the concept of co-operation to achieve dominance that does not win anyone. The result was catastrophic. The full weight of modern technology was directed to commit massacres and spread destruction.

In 1918, when the leaders lost poppy fields, which were filled with dead bodies, they were unable to draw the right lessons. Once again, they put short-term interests above long-term prosperity, retreated from trade, sought to restore the gold rule, and avoided working with mechanisms of peaceful cooperation. According to the writings of John Maynard Keynes, one of the founders of the Fund, in reaction to the Treaty of Versailles, the financial destruction in Germany will eventually lead to disaster. He was quite right in it.

It was necessary to engage in the scourge of another war so that world leaders could come up with more sustainable solutions to our common problems. Today, the United Nations, the World Bank and, of course, the institution I have the honor to lead now - that is, the International Monetary Fund - are part of that history. The aim of this system, which was established after the Second World War, was always to be a system capable of adapting to changes. From the shift to flexible exchange rates in the 1970s to the creation of the World Trade Organization, our predecessor realized that global cooperation must evolve to stay.

Today, there are very similarities with the period leading up to the Great War. Technological developments are astounding minds, global integration is deepening, prosperity is increasing, and poverty has been lifted, but unfortunately many have been overlooked. It is true that safety nets are better at present and useful, but in some places we are seeing once again growing feelings of anger and frustration accompanied by adverse reactions to globalization. Again, we need to adapt to the variables.

Therefore, I have recently called for the new pluralistic work, a more inclusive, more human-centered and accountable act. This new multilateralism must revive the spirit of previous cooperation while addressing a broader range of challenges, from financial integration and financial technology to the cost of corruption and climate change.

Our recent research on the macroeconomic benefits of women's empowerment and modernization of the global trading system presents new ideas on ways to create a better system.

Each of us in his position - every leader and every citizen - has a responsibility to contribute to this reconstruction process.

After all, what was true in 1918 still holds true now is that the peaceful coexistence of nations and the economic prosperity of millions depends directly on our ability to discover the tones of our common history. LINK

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