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Post by RamblerNash Tue Oct 29, 2019 10:11 pm

Hi Everyone,

I bring you some news today.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is closely monitoring the situation in Iraq, the State Department said on Sunday, calling on all sides to renounce violence.

In a statement, the State Department offered its condolences to the families of the victims killed during the demonstrations this weekend, wishing all the wounded a speedy recovery.

Hundreds of protesters gathered on Sunday in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad for the fourth day in a row, in a new challenge after a long night of demonstrations led by citizens demanding the "overthrow of the regime" security forces used tear gas to disperse them.

There has been a second wave of protests in the Iraqi capital and southern cities since Thursday evening, as demonstrators continued to rally despite being confronted with tear gas, curfews and violence.

More news….

So, we have almost reached the end of October 2019 and still no RV.
In my last newsletter I talked about the US OPAC sanctions and how they are impacting our ability to go to the bank and exchange. But remember also we need the rate on FOREX. This too is very important for us.

But many of your readers once again dispute my claim that OPAC sanctions prohibit the banks from exchanging our dinar. I don’t know what planet you live or if maybe you are brain dead. So if you don’t believe me just go to any bank that does currency exchanges and try to exchange your Iraqi dinar. It is that simple to find out if I am mistaken or not. Also remember - why would we want to even go to the bank now anyhow since we know the rate is still 1200 dinars to the dollar or about an 8th of a penny.

Once the sanctions are lifted, I am sure the project to delete the zeros will follow and then the reinstatement will happen quickly and we will be at the banks exchanging almost immediately afterwards.

Remember I told over these last years over and over again that this Iranian influence must be dealt with or we are going to be in trouble. It has gotten to the point that we are in trouble. So now we are seeing it being played out. It is the Iranians who are stealing billions from Iraq through the politicians and currency auctions. They need to circumvent the US sanctions on Iran. They are firmly infiltrated into Iraq now.

But the good news is the protestors can make a difference against this Iranian influence as it is now being challenged. The trouble is trying to get honest and truthful news out of Iraq is very difficult. They do not want Americans to know what is really going on and are afraid of the influence the US might have on resolving this situation.

Are you listening to these idiot gurus who are telling you that Iraq can transfer funds globally and so they believe the dinar is now already international? These idiot gurus also provide evidence that Iraq is now operating under Article VIII as a member of the IMF. Okay so fine. But why are we not yet at the bank? Unless the OPAC sanctions are lifted we will not be going to the bank. All this other stuff is trivial and we know it is all completed. So lets not keep hyping it up over and over again.

So, is the Iraqi dinar really international?

This is all more foolish guru talk. Just because some banks are selling and buying the dinar they do it in their own peril and are not abiding by the sanctions still existing on the currency. Legally they can sell and buy due to Exec Order 13303 but not exchange it. Maybe it’s a matter of semantics but I don’t think so.

But again, I am telling you this will not get us to the banks regardless. Most banks will not touch the Iraqi dinar.

Remember also the internet brokers have been selling and buying dinars for over a decade already. Why didn’t the gurus tell you then that the dinar was international? This action on the part of the internet currency brokers is no different then what the banks are now doing. Get it? This is NOT exchanging dinar but acting like a currency broker. The banks are acting like the internet brokers and not in the normal capacity of bankers exchanging currency. Get it? The banks are out to make money too and why not?

How many times must I tell everyone that the Iraqi dinar, even if it is international (which I believe it is NOT), does nothing for us if we can’t go to the banks and exchange our dinar. The banks will not deal with us unless the US lifts the OPAC sanctions on Iraq. Get it?

Is there anything else Iraq must do to get out of sanctions?

Well…. why does the US not want to lift the OPAC sanctions? Does this tell you that something else must be done? Yes, of course there is something still pending or worrying the US.

Just watch this video. This is sanctions against Iran. Will this overflow into Iraq? Has this already overflowed into Iraq.


It appears the sanctions have…


When you find out please let me know….lol..lol..lol…

More news….

(Baghdad: Euphrates News) House of Representatives on Saturday to convene an urgent and extraordinary session to discuss the demands of the demonstrators.

The Presidency of the House of Representatives in a statement received (Euphrates News) a copy of it, "The parliament will hold on Saturday an urgent and special session to discuss the demands of the demonstrators and the decisions of the Council of Ministers and the implementation of reform packages."

"Session 11 will be held at 1 pm," she added.

More news….


27 October 2019
Baghdad / Sky Press

The President of the Republic Barham Saleh in the Palace of Peace in Baghdad in the meantime, a meeting with a number of heads of blocs and the judiciary and representatives of the Kurdistan Alliance to discuss several options, including the dismissal of the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi and the declaration of an emergency government.
A source familiar with the presidency said that the meeting began a hawala an hour from now to discuss meeting the demands of the demonstrators and a number of solutions, including the dismissal of the current government and the announcement of a government to lead the country in the transition.

More news….

Many of you readers I swear are brain dead! I recently posted a print of a screen with a new Iraqi dinar rate from F. E. Rates VISA. Many of you just did not get my point in showing this to you. Instead all you want is something definitive and the RV now. You want it now and you can not see the trees through the forest.

So, later on some of you researched this screen and why it was showing the rate. You realized it was just a “mistake” and so they fixed it. But here is my point to be made.

The point to be made is why the mistake in the first place? Get it? This mistake posed lots of questions.

Who told them to even post that rate?
Why this rate of 84 cents for the dinar?
Oh- coincidentally if you delete the zeros from the rate now in the CBI is just happened to be 84 cents.

Something was up for them to even put this rate out there. Someone or something told them to post it then something changes. A process began and then was backed off or stopped. Get it? That is my point.

More news….

Associated Press Oct 25, 2019,

Iraqi police fired live shots into the air as well as rubber bullets and dozens of tear gas canisters on Friday to disperse thousands of protesters on the streets of Baghdad, sending young demonstrators running for cover and enveloping a main bridge in the capital with thick white smoke. One protester was killed and dozens were injured in the first hours of the protest, security officials said.

Or but wait a second they just told us the police were not allowed to carry live bullets. They did this intentionally so they can not be accused of firing on the crowds as they were in the first set of demonstrations in early October. Instead they use tear gas and fire hoses with water to disperse the crowds. So where do the live rounds of bullets come from. The news media in Iraq is just as crooked as the politicians.

More news….

Are these demonstrations in our favor? Will they help get the RV?

Yes and yes. Just think if it. We know there is massive corruption in Iraq especially through the currency auctions. We thought the maybe the administration led by Mutada al-Sadr would fix all this. Afterall he ran for prime minister under the reform movement party. But we ended up with a compromise instead and got a pro-Iranian prime minister once again out of the Shiite party. So we must sit back and just watch this all play out. WE know we can’t get the RV unless this corruption is fixed. So at least something now positive is going on to fix it. It may take longer than we want but this is all we can do. Oh – we can also pray and pray some more that this is all fixed by the help of God. Yes, God’s hand is at work.

More news….


The House of Representatives plans to vote on the second reform package in the next few days that was, in part, called for by the demonstrators.

"The council has already hosted the demonstrators and received from them a list of 20 demands," Council member Salim Shoshkiyi told Al-Ahd Nabuz on Monday.

He called on the demonstrators to "allow the House of Representatives to hold a session to vote on the second reform package, as they prevent the presence of members of the Council and threaten to storm the House."
"These threats are not the right solution for a radical change in what is being offered to citizens," he said. "They should be given a chance to meet and pass important laws away from emotions and urgency."

Will this include currency reform and the project to delete the zeros?

More news….


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said it was evaluating an emergency reform package announced by the Lebanese government last week and stressed the need for urgent reforms in light of the country's high debt and fiscal deficits.

Lebanon has been the scene of more than 10 days of protests against the political elite, which people accuse of corruption, mismanagement of the country's finances and pushing the country towards an economic collapse not seen since the 1975-1990 civil war.

Oh – gee are we also seeing this in the US? Why and who is causing this to happen?

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.
Articles Begin


From accusations long-dead soldiers shot protesters to jihadist statements backing the rallies, fabricated news has swirled around Iraq's protests -- sending tech-savvy youth into debunk overdrive.

While their compatriots hit the streets in anti-government rallies, dozens of anonymous activists from Iraqi NGO Tech 4 Peace hunker over laptops, using virtual private networks to circumvent a social media ban.

Those in Iraq coordinate with fellow activists across the Arab world, Europe and even North America to discern the real from the ridiculous.

Did the Islamic State group really call for demonstrations? No -- that's a fake statement, writes Tech 4 Peace on its popular Facebook page.
Was a young protester shot dead this morning? No, his friends confirm he's still alive.

Did the family of ex-dictator Saddam Hussein back the rallies? Another no.
One of the most common forms of fallacy spread online is the misidentification of security personnel who shot at protesters, said a Tech 4 Peace verifier identifying himself as Sami.

"Pictures of people accused of killing demonstrators have been circulating for days," Sami told AFP.

They included photographs of Iraqi soldiers who had in fact died fighting the Islamic State group several years ago.

"We've also debunked dozens of claims of people accused of being jihadists, with their names and photographs circulated online, who have nothing to do with terrorism," he added.

Protests erupted in Iraq's capital and further south on October 1, first demanding more jobs and an end to corruption before evolving into calls for an overhaul of the entire political system.

Authorities swiftly imposed internet restrictions, first banning some social media before imposing a total blackout.

But activists at Tech 4 Peace were just as fast: by the second day of protests, they were trawling through online platforms full of inaccurate or totally fabricated claims.

"We found videos with false titles or bad sourcing, posted by people, pages or other social media accounts that sometimes don't even know they're distributing false information," said Sami.

He and his colleagues also often find falsified government decrees, which they repost on the group's Facebook page with a red watermark saying: "Alert! Fake news!"

Iraq has a plethora of television stations and newspapers, but most people use Facebook or messaging application Whatsapp to share news.
That makes it easy for unverified information -- including mistaken rumours of deaths -- to spread.

"A former president even issued his condolences for an artist who was still very much alive," said Saad al-Kaabi, an Iraqi blogger.

"Authorities sometimes even launch test runs, spreading rumours on the internet to see the street's reaction," he told AFP.
A total of 157 people were killed in the first week of rallies, authorities said in a recent report, a majority of them protesters who died of wounds to the head or chest.

The government has kept restrictions on some social media sites in place, but even regular Iraqis are circumventing them en masse by using VPNs.
Activists called for protests to resume on Friday October 25, but they began hours ahead of schedule on Thursday evening.

Many seemed nervous about whether they were receiving accurate portrayals of the reality on the ground.

"The situation is always complicated, and plenty of people could easily fall victim to rumours," said Reda Najmaddin, a 50-year-old day labourer.
Iraqis have been hoodwinked in dramatic fashion before.

ISIS used the power of its propaganda in 2014 to claim it had taken a series of Iraqi cities even before it had militarily conquered them.
Such claims spread fear among security forces, ultimately making them a self-fulfilling prophecy when troops fled.

Some worry that people being taken in by fake news could again cause major destabilisation, including Susanne Aziz, a 46-year-old housewife.
"No one knows what could happen," she told AFP.

(Mnt Goat- If parliament does not act quickly and swiftly, they will be out of a job soon. Mahdi also will lose the prime minister’s position and Iraq will go into a provisional government. This does not look good for Iraq but they must go through it to resolve their corruption. Will the US intervene? )


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) and now the corruption in Iraq have worked. God has guided these young men and women on the battle field. He has guided the honest, patriots of Iraq to fight for their homeland. So this new war now on our citizens is underway. New battles are raging every day over corruption. These are battles to save our societies from the corrupt politicians and secret societies 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 and enslavement of people in Iraq and also in the United States. We must pray for our leaders that they may be anointed by the Holy Spirit and guided to do God’s work. 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 reinstatement of the Iraq dinar occurs.


“For all leaders of all nations, that they may be anointed by the Holy Spirit to do God’s will to bring about abundance and prosperity to their nation.

To fight this waging war on corruption, our freedoms, our liberties, socialist plans and injustice.
To bring all those corrupt to justice and pay for their crimes no matter how high up in the government they are.

That the FREE WORLD may be a shining example for the rest of the entire planet.

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

Auf Wiedersehen
Much love to ya all,
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