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Mnt Goat News Brief 11/12/19

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Post by RamblerNash Tue Nov 12, 2019 10:43 pm

Hi Everyone,

I bring you lots of news today.

I want everyone to know that the prime minister of Iraq Mahdi, has not left his position. We must be careful on what we read and how we interpret it. Many of these gurus jump the gun and tell you false information. Don’t they even know how to read? The recent news from Iraq told us Mahdi would and could accept a peaceful transition to a new PM for the sake of keep law and order. So why do these gurus tell you the re-election is already over? I donm’t get the lies. The reason for the lies? So Mahdi also spelled out the conditions under which he would resign. This is all he said concerning this topic.

Then Mutada al-Sadr has even come out and said he would prefer NOT to hold re-elections. I even presented this article to you too. I totally agreed with Sadr as this is not a reasonable solution. But you can see the frustration of the demonstrators and why they might want this resignation as an alternative to what they now have. You must blame someone and so they pick on the prime minister. But he is NOT the real cause of Iranian influence in Iraq.

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on last Tuesday his government would not respond to demonstrators’ demands to resign without a “smooth and swift” alternative.

So the very first obstacle to any replacement of Mahdi is to get a new set of rules in place to hold fair and unobstructed elections. So this is what they have been working on as of lately. The new law is done only it needs a second reading in parliament and then a vote.

A news agency in Iraq obtained a copy of the new electoral law after it was completed by the presidency with the help of a team of Iraqi experts and representatives of the United Nations. I did not print this law. It is 33 pages and in Arabic. You can go see the law for yourself if you like.

Here is the link: click here

So, after it is voted on and passed in parliament will they wait until the 2021 election cycle to implement it or will they re-do the 2018 elections now? This is the BIG question. I think they could go either way and prefer not to re-do it.

The other million dollar question is how about these other reforms especially the ones we are looking for and that is to stop the currency auctions and complete the project to delete the zeros?

Also we know that for sure someday soon they must “reinstate” the currency back on the global currency exchanges, if they are ever going to get the strong investors to come into Iraq. I have described this process to you a million times already and how it all works and ties into the banking reforms and ending these currency auctions. I will not do it again today. Go back and re-read my past newsletters and refer to my FB notes section. It’s all there.

Remember once again – We do not go to the bank and exchange until Iraq is out of OPAC sanctions and the Iraqi dinar is reinstated and on FOREX. This could not be any clearer.

Otherwise the banks will not touch your dinar, not even with a 10 foot pole. Not for the kind of money you want on making the exchange.

The fact is that any bank that is now selling or buying the dinar has nothing to do with being already “international”. Get it? I know this jackass TNT Tony and his side-kick are telling you otherwise. But this is just yet another sign they don’t really know what the hell they are taking about and just make this stuff up over their ”opinions” and not FACTS.

These banks merely chose to sell and buy the dinar in the same capacity as the internet brokers. They sell it as a novelty item not a legitimate currency. Get it? Why is this so hard to believe?

The banks make you sign a waiver stating this fact too when you purchase it. That is all this is. They do this as a risk and peril since they are a FDIC insured banking institution and it could blow up in their faces should any of this currency they sold or bought be traced back to terrorist funding efforts. This is in violation of US sanctions. I don’t know how this waiver would hold up legally.

How do the internet brokers then sell and buy it?
They do so, like the banks, using the executive order 13303 as their basis but this still does not circumvent the US OPAC sanctions. But unlike the banks they are not FDIC banking institutions and do not fall under these FDIC licensing rules. So they are given some latitude.

But remember, once again, they are selling to you a “novelty” currency. I have had long talks with internet brokers and bankers when it comes to selling and buying this currency and so I am not speculating. I know darn well exactly what I am talking about. Remember also you have the choice to believe the FACTS or listen to some idiot guru gibberish who has already proven himself/herself to be an idiot time and time again. The choice is yours. There is no “opinion” on this subject matter. It is all sound FACTS and RESEARCH.

Their words not mine…..No Rumors, No Hype, No Opinions ,,,,,
Just the FACTS!

More news….

How does the US feel about Iraq holding new elections?

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The United States has called on the government of Iraq to stop violence against protesters, reform its electoral system and hold early elections after weeks of unrest in which security forces killed about 300 protesters.

"The United States joins the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) in calling on the Iraqi government to stop violence against protesters and to honor President (Barham) Saleh's pledge to introduce electoral reforms and early elections," the White House press secretary said in a statement released by the US embassy in Baghdad on Monday.

How does Iraq feel about the US response to holding early elections?

Saleh Mohammed al-Iraqi, a close associate of Sadr's leader, on Monday attacked the United States, criticizing what he called "interference" in Iraq.
Sadr: We will not allow the United States to transfer Iraq to Syria
Najaf .. Mr. Muqtada al - Sadr: Once again it proves America insect and interfere in the affairs of others

More news….


"We will launch a national initiative that brings together the three authorities, academics, religious authorities and the social spectrum to address the problems, put popular demands for rights and duties on the authorities to implement them and engage the United Nations according to a timetable and serious work” , Halbousi said at the parliament session on Saturday (11/9/2019).

(Baghdad: Euphrates News) The House of Representatives finished reading a proposal to amend the law on the election of provincial and district councils.

Parliament finalizes report and discusses proposed law to abolish privileges of officials add THE FIRST READING TO AMEND THE PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS LAW on the agenda of Parliament referring MP Ahmed al-Jubouri to the Committee of Parliamentary Conduct the House of Representatives finalizes the report and discusses the amendment of the retirement law UNAMI launches special account for protests in Iraq Abdul Mahdi and Saleh discuss supporting reform measures in response to the demands of the demonstrators.

More details about Saturday’s session in the articles section below.

More news….


The source told the Independent Arab newspaper that private banks in Iraq recorded losses of about $ 16 million a day since the first interruption of the Internet in early October (October) last.

The combined losses of private banks, mobile phone companies, money transfer services, tourism and airline ticketing offices exceeded an average of $ 40 million a day, equivalent to about $ 1.5 billion in just over a month, the source said.


Independent / Prime announced the Iraqi government Adel Abdul Mahdi, would be " an important reshuffle" in response to the requests of the demonstrators, after weeks of protests in the country. Abdul Mahdi said in a statement on Saturday that the authorities had to restrict Internet services when used by some to fuel violence and conspiracy. The prime minister said that "anyone who assaulted, kidnapped or arrested outside the legal framework will be tried," and pledged to carry out new electoral reforms in the next few days.

He also said that any weapon outside the state would be banned, with any armed entity operating outside state control illegal. He said peaceful demonstrations one of the most important events that have passed the country after 2003, BUT IT MUST SERVE THE RETURN OF NORMAL LIFE."


The demonstrations have helped and will help put pressure on the political forces, government, legislative, executive and judicial authorities to correct the paths and accept the changes. Just as demonstrations are a movement to return to the natural rights of the people, the continuation of demonstrations must serve the return of normal life in which legitimate demands are fulfilled. This is when the internet will be turned back on.

More news….


Perhaps the most prominent in its proposals "to finalize the development of a legal framework for elections and security reform and identify those responsible for targeting demonstrators."

In addition, "any change in the constitution to the referendum by the Iraqi people and refer corruption cases to the judiciary or the Central Court to combat corruption."

(Mnt Goat – UN says nothing about currency reform. This must come from the World Bank and the IMF.)

More news….

Where does the nation stand on this ridiculous impeachment witch-hunt hearings by the left-wing radical liberals and paid political news media?

I will let the video by Todd Starnes speak for itself. Link is below.


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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Saad al-Hadithi, spokesman for Prime Minister's Information Office Adel Abdul-Mahdi, said on Friday that the resignation of the latter from his post and turning the government into a caretaker "will not ".satisfy the demonstrators, and WILL AGGRAVATE THE CRISIS AND COMPLICATE MATTERS.

The resignation of the government will turn it into a caretaker government, so the government will" not leave until new elections are held in the event of dissolution of parliament, or until the mandate of another party of political forces currently in parliament," Hadithi told Arab media.

He added, "This matter, if it happens, will not satisfy peaceful demonstrators," noting that if the government turned to the conduct of business, it would "deprive it of many of its powers and the ability to achieve reforms and promises made to the demonstrators.

He added that the government, if it becomes a caretaker government will not be able to send bills to parliament," noting that "the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi is currently preparing a draft law for elections and another related to the anti-corruption process under the title" Where do you get this?
Which will review all the money, property and real estate of current and former officials in Iraq.

The spokesman for the Information Office of Abdul-Mahdi, the resignation of the government will complicate the crisis and aggravate things, stressing that "not against the early elections, but the mechanisms of these elections in the validity of the Constitution and the parliament He pointed out that the holding of elections under the current law may not achieve the purpose advocated by peaceful demonstrators," usually that "the law is the basis of satisfaction of the demonstrators and gives equal opportunities to candidates in the elections.



Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi met on Saturday with President Barham Saleh.

A statement issued by Abdul-Mahdi's office said that "during the meeting, they discussed current developments and cooperation between the executive, legislative and judicial authorities and support the government's efforts and reform measures taken in response to the demands of the demonstrators, and ways to maintain security and stability throughout the country."

This comes in a meeting of the Iraqi Council of Representatives chaired by Mohammed Halbousi Speaker of the Council.

A parliamentary source said that the Council proceeded to hold its session after achieving a quorum in the presence of 232 parliamentarians from various parliamentary blocs.



The leader of the Sadrist movement , Moqtada al-Sadr, and the head of the Fateh alliance, Hadi al-Amiri , have set aside the option of sacking the government of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi , the Khorasan newspaper reported on Sunday, citing threats to the government and the political system.

The newspaper said in a report followed by (information), "It seems to be visible that the threats to the government and the political system in Iraq in general began to recede and dissipate after the guarantees of the last religious reference speech."

She added that "there are reports of the start of consultations between the leaders of the main political forces and currents, including Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr and Hadi al-Amiri, and the emergence of a trend that puts the option of dismissing the government of Adel Abdul-Mahdi, on the basis of the government's commitment to implement its promises to carry out broad economic and political reforms."

The paper pointed out to Mr. Sistani's emphasis on "the need for peaceful protests and avoid the use of excessive violence against peaceful protesters and to prevent the internal and external forces riding the wave of protests, and stressed the need for radical reforms."



A page close to Sadr's leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, denied reports in some media about an agreement to keep Adel Abdul Mahdi's government in spite of the current tensions in the country.

The page called Saleh Mohammed al-Iraqi close to Sadr, not to be dragged behind lies and rumors, stressing that Muqtada al-Sadr stands with the people in the words of the page.

Earlier, Agence France-Presse said an agreement between Sadr, Amiri and Iran to keep the current government.



BAGHDAD (AP) — The United Nations’ mission for Iraq on Sunday proposed a roadmap out of the country’s social upheaval, while Amnesty International said Iraq’s crackdown on anti-government protests has descended into a “bloodbath.”

At least 319 protesters have been killed by security forces since the economically driven protests and unrest began last month, according to the latest figures from the Iraqi Human Rights Commission released Sunday.
Iraqi security forces put up concrete barriers in central Baghdad in an effort to hamper and block the movement of protesters. The measures come after security forces last Monday violently cleared demonstrators from three flashpoint bridges in central Baghdad. By the end of the day, six anti-government protesters were killed more than 100 wounded.

The widening security crackdown reflects government intransigence and narrowing options for protesters who have been on the streets of Baghdad and the mainly Shiite south’s cities for weeks. Authorities shut down internet access and blocked social media sites several times amid the demonstrations.

The leaderless protests are targeting Iraq’s entire political class and calling for the overhaul of the sectarian system established after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion. Security forces have used live ammunition, rubber bullets and tear gas in an effort to quell the protests.

On Sunday, the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq urged the country’s politicians to chart a way forward and PROPOSED A ROADMAP, SAYING TIME IS OF ESSENCE.

In a statement it laid out a series of short- and longer-term measures to deal with the crisis, including electoral reform and a series of anti-corruption measures. As immediate measures, it called for the release of all peaceful demonstrators detained since Oct. 1, initiating a full investigation of cases of abduction and prosecuting and punishing those responsible for the excessive use of force.

Amnesty International said Iraqi authorities should immediately rein in security forces.

“The government of Iraq has a duty to protect its people’s right to life, as well as to gather and express their views. This bloodbath must stop now, and those responsible for it must be brought to justice,” said Heba Morayef, Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa Director.

“All government promises of reforms or investigations ring hollow while security forces continue to shoot and kill protesters,” she said.

The protesters’ most immediate demand is for the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi’s government. He’s held the post for just over a year, and is refusing to step down.

On Sunday, security forces closed roads near the Khilani Square with one-meter high concrete barriers, trying to block protesters from reaching Baghdad’s landmark Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the protests, and the Sanak bridge.

At least 19 protesters were wounded when security forces used tear gas to repel them, according to police and hospital sources.

In the southern city of Nasiriyah, security and medical officials said 31 people were injured in confrontations outside the education directorate as security forces tear-gassed protesters trying to block employees from reaching the building in the city center. Among those wounded were two school students, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with regulations.

On Saturday, five protesters were shot dead by live ammunition, while the sixth was killed by a direct hit to the head from a tear gas cannister, medical and security forces said.

The protesters were pushed back from the three bridges spanning the Tigris River toward the heavily fortified Green Zone, the seat of government. Protesters have tried to force their way across on an almost daily basis.
The deaths occurred as the protests intensified in the afternoon when demonstrators tried to get back to the bridges. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity in line with regulations.

The demonstrators complain of widespread corruption, lack of job opportunities and poor basic services, including regular power cuts, despite Iraq’s vast oil reserves. They have rejected government proposals for limited economic reforms, and instead called on the country’s political leadership to resign, including Adel Abdul-Mahdi.

“We consider the peaceful protests of our people as among the most important events since 2003,” Abdul-Mahdi said in a statement Saturday that vowed to meet the protesters’ demands for wide-ranging reforms. He added that electoral reforms would be put forward soon along with “an important government reshuffle” in response to the protests against the sectarian system imposed in 2003, though the statement didn’t provide further details.

Abdul-Mahdi reiterated an earlier order forbidding security forces to use excessive violence, such as live rounds, against peaceful protesters in a meeting with President Barham Salah and Parliament Speaker Mohammed Halbousi on Sunday.

(Mnt Goat – So where are the reforms? It has been over a month already since the protestors demanded the end to the currency auctions)


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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 and work 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,
Mnt Goat

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