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Post by Mountain Goatee on Wed Sep 05, 2018 11:03 am

September 5, 2018 Mnt Goat News Brief

Hi Everyone,

I bring you much news today.

We finally see that Iraq is forced to hold the first session but only because of a constitutional requirement. Will they delay it further and can they do so legally now that this first session is held and some of the new MPs are sworn in. Oh – but not all the new MPs are sworn in. They are still missing many from the Kurdistan region and it will be hard to get a quorum without them.

Here is what happened in detail:

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – So on Sept 3rd, Iraq’s parliament held its first session since May’s national election on Monday but failed to elect a speaker, what should have been the first step toward forming a new government. Lawmakers were supposed to elect the speaker and two deputies, at the start of a 90-day process outlined in the constitution.

But with competing political blocs each claiming to hold a parliamentary majority, no vote was held on the appointments. The temporary leader of the assembly said it would remain in session until Tuesday.

The new cohort of Iraqi lawmakers was sworn in after a formal handover ceremony attended by the leaders of the main electoral blocs, including Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi who addressed the gathered MPs of the 329-seat body.

So we must go back to Sunday to see what is REALLY holding up the formation of the new government.

On Sunday, lawmakers led by populist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and Abadi announced they had managed to form an alliance that would give them a majority bloc in parliament. Remember this? But what happened?

Hours later, a rival grouping led by militia commander Hadi al-Amiri and former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki responded by saying it had formed its own alliance that would be the largest bloc, after it persuaded some lawmakers to defect from the rival group.

Amiri and Maliki are Iran’s two most prominent allies in Iraq. Abadi is seen as the preferred candidate of the United States, while Sadr portrays himself as a nationalist who rejects both American and Iranian influence.

Both groups continued to claim they held the majority on Monday, complicating the election of a speaker.

More news….


The House of Representatives resumed on Tuesday the agenda of its first session under the chairmanship of the President of the Age Mohammad Ali al-Zini and the presence of 120 deputies.

The correspondent of "Al-Ghad Press", said the head of the age, Mohammed al-Zini announced shortly, the resumption of the agenda of its first session in its fourth session, the presence of 120 deputies.

He added that Zinei began to deal with deputies on the selection of the speaker of parliament. "The meeting continues and I can not force the deputies to enter the hall to achieve a quorum," said Zini.

The head of the old Mohammed Ali al-Zini opened the first session of the parliament, on Monday, the presence of 297 deputies, while keeping open for deliberation on the selection of the largest bloc in parliament.

Some MPs are sworn in within parliament. Some deputies, on Tuesday, took the constitutional oath within the House of Representatives.

A parliamentary source said on Tuesday that the leaders of the blocs and the head of the age, Muhammad Ali Zinni agreed on the lack of feasibility of holding meetings without the selection of the Presidency of Parliament, indicating the possibility of postponement of the meetings for "specific days."

The source said in an interview for Alsumaria News, "The President of the age, Muhammad Ali Zinni and leaders of the political blocs held a meeting in the Constitutional Hall to discuss the issue of holding meetings without achieving a quorum and the formation of the Presidency of Parliament."


The heads of the political blocs, Tuesday, ended their meeting inside the House of Representatives by agreeing to resume the parliament session in mid-September. Again we go back to this mid Sept date.

A source for the parliamentary / information /, "The heads of political blocs have finished, today noon, their meeting, which they held inside the House of Representatives," noting that "the meeting agreed to resume the parliament session in mid-September next."

The source added that "this step came in order to give an opportunity for the political blocs to choose the Speaker of the House of Representatives and his deputies and to resolve who has the largest bloc and who can take on the responsibility of forming the new government.

(Mnt Goat – What is REALLY going on behind the scenes?

So again they are stalling for time but not so much for what they are telling you in this article above. They are stalling to settle which is the largest bloc. To get the largest bloc they must include the Kurds. They will need the Kurds in order to get the needed quorum in parliament to get anything done.

It is unfortunate many of these idiot Kurds can’t seem to remember the past or they are being bribed $$$ to move their votes over to Ameri and Maliki coalition.

Remember back in 2010, when Sadr went out on a limb to convince the Kurds to allow Nori al-Maliki a second term as the prime minister (contention in the election with Allawi), the Kurds signed off under conditions that Maliki had to meet. Maliki in return did not live up to his promises, thus stabbed Sadr in the back. The Kurds remember this but from the standpoint of Sadr and so the trust level is low with Sadr. Can Sadr deliver on the promises? This is what they are now working on. This is also why Maliki will NEVER get a third term as prime minister. He could NEVER muster up the needed support from Kurdistan.

So now the Sadr Movement must convince the Kurds that they WILL get what they promise them this time around since you can only lie so many times)

More news….


No change as of yet. HOWEVER…. I expect that if they solve the crisis with Kurdistan and the deadlock for the largest bloc, they will then reconvene in parliament prior to Sept 15th. But how will they solve this crisis?

There is only one of two ways to decide this deadlock: (as far as I see it)

1.These “on the fence” Kurdistan parties must decide which coalition they will side with or;

2.The judicial will step in and decide which coalition is the largest bloc

More news….


The leader of the National Coalition Iyad Allawi, fearing the future of Iraq as it passes in the most sensitive and embarrassing conditions.

Allawi called on Iraq's politicians to uphold the interests of the country and to accelerate the start of an urgent national dialogue between the parties of the ALLIANCE OF REFORM AND RECONSTRUCTION ON THE ONE HAND AND THE KURDISTAN ALLIANCE ON THE OTHER AND THE COALITION OF CONSTRUCTION ON THE OTHER HAND to prevent the aggravation of the crisis and reach reasonable and acceptable solutions, The most important thing is to agree on the form and type of the next government program, away from names, sites and names.

Stressing that the current circumstances do not allow for a real opposition effective, and that everyone should bear the responsibility to promote this country and address its crises.

More news….

Okay I hope you read and understand what I just told you in the above articles and commentary. If not go back and reread them.

So later on, on Tuesday out pops this article telling us yet more details on the situation going on with the Kurdistan parties and finding the largest bloc.

Baghdad / .. Kurdish MP Mariwan Nasruddin, on Tuesday, that the Kurdish deputies, did not attend today's meeting, yesterday decided they to boycott the current sessions.

"The Kurds did not attend today's session, we are waiting for the response of the Federal Supreme Court to a letter addressed to it, to resolve the announcement of two parliamentary blocs themselves the largest bloc in the first meeting."

He added that "six people nominated themselves for the post of Speaker of the House of Representatives, they are (Rashid al-Azzawi, Osama al-Nujaifi, Talal al-Zubai, Mohammed Tamim, Ahmad al-Jubouri and Mohamed Halbusi), pointing out that" nothing new in the subject of the presidency of the Council. "


Formal Articles are below. Due to FACEBOOK limitations they do not print my RED colored fonts or italics, so my comments are in brackets ( ) throughout the articles. I will preface my comments with “Mnt Goat” so you know I am jumping in with observations. Also, I separated the articles with asterisks.


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Parliamentarians and economists and the Iraqi street are expected to sign on September 5, the date of announcing the activation of the law of the National Oil Company.

This law, which set 10 percent of the sales of oil to put in special funds for distribution to the Iraqis. To abide by the date stipulated by the law, to restore confidence between the street and the government, especially that the law WILL GIVE EACH CITIZEN A SHARE OF THE OIL OF HIS COUNTRY.

The law of the National Oil Company includes a clause that the Executive Authority must implement six months after its approval by the Chamber of Deputies. The law entered into force on 17 April last after it was published in the official newspaper. On 5 March, Which gave each Iraqi resident within the country a share of oil deducted 10 percent of total sales.

The MP for the province of Basra, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, the government to «respect the date provided by the law, most citizens are convinced that any law benefit from it financially initiated and not work, which will increase internal tension».

Maliki said in a statement that «the law is a national achievement distinctive, and almost the best for the Iraqis since 2003, as will give each Iraqi share of the oil of his country in a fair and clear».

He stressed that «the provisions of the law can reduce poverty rates and increase the welfare of the citizen and strengthen the national spirit and the sense of equality for all». “This law does not include Iraqis abroad. Therefore, it will be considered an invitation to the return of our children from the expatriates and immigrants. Our country is poor, but the conditions forced citizens to travel, along with the mismanagement and occupation, and resulting in chaos and corruption that led to unsatisfactory results for the people.”

As for the conflict of law with other laws, Maliki said: “It will not conflict with any other law such as petrodollars or oil licenses and oil investment agreements with foreign companies, because it is a deduction of 10 percent of the proceeds of selling oil in the United Nations Development Fund for Iraq, the transfer of funds to the Central Bank, which will distribute the amounts in the form of shares on behalf of every citizen ».

And the quotas of oil-producing provinces, Maliki said that «the budget and in agreement with the Prime Minister granted provinces producing under the Petrodollar 20% will be devoted to the fulfillment of debts or allocations that have not been implemented during the past years with the actual quota of 5 percent for each barrel product, will be allocated service projects to productive provinces and develop their reality Al-Omrani, Al-Khademi and others. ”

“The National Oil Company has allocated a fund for generations, and the shares in the national company is not bought or sold because it belongs to the citizen, a law that would achieve economic benefit for the Iraqi people,” said a member of the former oil and gas committee. The law required the Kurdistan region to hand over the quantities of oil produced in its fields to the national oil marketing company «Sumo», otherwise they will not be given to the residents of the region ».


Articles End

Their words not mine…..No Rumors, No Hype, No Opinions ,,,,,

Just the FACTS!

Disclaimer: All information in this newsletter is not intended for investment decisions / purposes. Mnt Goat is not a financial analyst, planner, banker, attorney or associated in any role with giving out professional investment advice.

In ending I want everyone to know your constant prayers in the fight against evil (ISIS) in Iraq have worked. God has guided these young men and women on the battle field. Let us all now know that there is a new battle now to fight. A battle to save our homelands from the corrupt politicians who are bent on taking what they want from our current wealth and from future generations without our permission. We must keep praying for the end to the rapid corruption in Iraq and in the United States. We must pray for our leaders when they are being guided by the Holy Spirit. We must stand by them and let them know we are still there to support them, even after the election is over. I have composed a prayer maybe we can all pray today in our own way and until the revaluation of the Iraq dinar occurs.


“For the Iraqi Prime Minister and the President of the United States, that all their cabinet members, and deputies may be anointed by the Holy Spirit to do God’s will and bring the free democracies of the Republic of Iraq and the United States of America to the much-deserved prosperity and abundance thru justice and freedom from oppression and corruption. That they may be a shining example for the rest of the middle east and to rest of the world to follow.

In the name of Jesus Christ our King and Savior, Amen”

Auf Wiedersehen

Much love to ya all,

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Post by Captain259 on Wed Sep 05, 2018 6:36 pm

This is a total disaster in Iraq. These A-holes have no idea what they are doing. Just get rid of Maliki and your problem is solved. Does the US have a drone in the area? If you listen to Cigar man T-and Run around Ray you would think they are sitting in Iraq. Obama gave us the screwing so now I think Trump can give them the word---Get your act together or Mr. Maliki---look for the drone.

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