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Mnt Goat News Brief 11/14/19

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Post by RamblerNash Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:23 pm

Hi Everyone,

I bring you so much news today. Wow!

Demonstrators in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad on Wednesday issued a statement calling for a million-strong demonstration on Friday Nov 15th and the dismissal of the government of "snipers" in reference to the government of Iraq and the shooting of innocent civilians.

(Mnt Goat – so here we sit and more than a month already of protesting. Like I told everyone the protestors are only going to get stronger and stronger as time passed if reforms are not completed according to their demands. There are lots a very good articles in today’s newsletter and you should carefully read each and every word. In some of them I took out the repetitious wording that they tend to do in the news media but I assure you I included the guts of the news for you.

I also want to say I have a nice long, but good article for you about the way Iraq handles its country through politics and where all the oil money $$$ is going. It was way too long for today’s newsletter so I saved it for Tuesday. Please join me in reading it then. It will educate you so much as to why the RV has not yet happened. The common theme is – Why is Iraq still so underdeveloped with all their oil revenue? Where is all the oil money going?)

More news….

WASHINGTON - The exercise of freedoms in Iraq faces several challenges under Iranian hegemony, the Wall Street Journal said, stressing that Iran was defeated in Iraq in popular terms.

It is unreasonable for Iraqis not to find the most basic services, even though Iraq is OPEC'S SECOND-LARGEST OIL PRODUCER.

The paper also compared Iran's position on the popular movement in Iraq and Russia's position on the Ukrainian file.

He stressed that the two regimes view these protests as a threat to their interests in both countries

Abdul-Mahdi: We have come out of the storm and are currently talking with demonstrators, unions and the state.

The law prohibits the holding of demonstrations for more than 4 hours and the current demonstrations are 40 days already. There are those who called in conjunction with the demonstrations to bring about holding the current government responsible for the accumulation of corruption is /unfair as we have major reforms.

US Department of State: Pompeo where Abdul Mahdi to take immediate steps to address the legitimate grievances of the demonstrators

More news….

Just in Nov 12th- Activist in the demonstrations Nael Zamil, that the United Nations plan to resolve the crisis in Iraq is not important, stressing that the demonstrators will not accept it, and stressed the need to dismiss the government and prosecution.

More news….


Baghdad Today -
Baghdad Ayat Muzaffar Nouri, spokeswoman for his victory coalition, former prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, on Wednesday (November 13, 2019), confirmed that any road map TO RESOLVE THE CURRENT CRISIS IN THE COUNTRY CAN NOT PROCEED WITHOUT A FATEFUL DECISION TO RESIGN THE GOVERNMENT of President The Cabinet, .Adel Abdul Mahdi.

1.The first steps of the roadmap to be adopted are the resignation of the government of Adel Abdul" Mahdi, because of which the blood of Iraqis was disguised by masked men and snipers," Nuri told Baghdad Today

The methods of repression and arrests faced by demonstrators and activists are at least provocative," restrict the freedom of expression guaranteed by the constitution, as well as a reason to deepen the .gap between the people and the political power," she said .

2.The coalition criticized the victory, according to the statement, "the absence of the vision of the government lacking solutions, but that some of the steps and speeches of the government complicate the situation.

He pointed out that "the international community wants to help Iraq and what the current government gives a negative view of the country where the previous government has taken great measures to return Iraq to the international community.

(Mnt Goat – very good article. Hope you can begin to see the reason why they country has not moved more towards international in dealing with the currency too. It is all connected.)

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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Economist Mohammed Mint, on Tuesday, considered the file auction currency as "one of the most corrupt files" in Iraq, pointing out that it allowed the transfer of "large funds" to Oman and Dubai.

Mint said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "the file auction currency of the most corrupt files in Iraq," noting that "in 2009 was published controls, regulations and instructions of the CENTRAL BANK ALLOWS THE PURCHASE OF HARD CURRENCY AT DISCOUNTED PRICES AND FOR CERTAIN BANKS BELONGING TO INDIVIDUALS OR DEPUTIES OR FRIENDS AND RESPONSIBLE PARTNERS IN ORDER TO BENEFIT. "

"These banks have transferred large funds as a result of the currency auction to Oman , Dubai and even some European countries and benefited from influential people from power," said Mint, pointing out that "the currency auction file is one of the most corrupt files reviewed with each reform."

He added that, "Although set in the past years , five steps , but it is back now , again for reasons of regional rivalries and sanctions on Iran and the state of Daesh that got banks that have opened , " asserting that "there is a file on the Prime Minister 's Office is talking about THAT DAESH/ISIS BENEFITED GREATLY VERY CURRENCY AUCTION. "

The MP for the wisdom stream Furat al-Tamimi, Friday (August 16, 2019), the existence of "smuggling" of the currency and the introduction of goods "corrupt" through the currency auction, stressing the need for the Central Bank to cooperate with the government and the House of Representatives to find a way in which the control of the auction.

A large number of financial policy experts opposed the auction of the currency, which they consider a "waste" of public money in these circumstances if not properly regulated and not employed to serve public and economic interests.

(Mnt Goat- so here we hear the same old, same old, same old complaining about the currency auctions and how much money is being stolen from the Iraqi people. Can you see why now the protestors are demanding these auctions to end? Will they get their demands met? To me it seems they MUST get their demands met and this is one of the critical demands. Remember this demand was on their FIRST list of demands.)



So what was in the UN plan to end protests?

Students and teachers continued their sit-ins on Tuesday in different cities in southern Iraq, coinciding with UN efforts to press the government to adopt major reforms within three months to face the protests calling for the "overthrow of the regime."

The United Nations is seeking to be the godmother of the solution to the Iraqi crisis by drawing up a roadmap and meeting with Iraq's top Shi'ite religious authority on Monday, after political parties in the country through the intervention of neighboring Iran reached an agreement on the survival of the regime.

But that has not deterred the street so far. Most schools and universities in southern Iraq closed on Tuesday after the teachers' union declared a general strike in an attempt to restore momentum to weeks of anti-government protests.

Despite calls from the authorities for a "return to normalcy", protesters continued to demand a new regime and change the political class in a country that is one of the richest in the world and among the most corrupt.
Since October 1, 319 people have been killed in the bloody protests, according to official figures. Since the end of October, the movement in the mainly Shiite south of the country has turned into a wave of civil disobedience.

Hundreds demonstrated on Tuesday in the city of Kut, and toured the closure of schools and official departments. Also in Hilla, south of Baghdad, schools have not opened their doors to the absence of teachers, while public departments have reduced working hours. In Nasiriyah, where two demonstrators were killed on Tuesday night, according to medical sources, and in Diwaniya, the two cities that are the spearhead in the wave of protests in the south, all educational institutions closed.

That momentum was fueled by the words of the country's top Shiite cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, who gave the protesters a cover in the face of the government's attempt to break it up. The representative of the United Nations Jenin Hennes Blaskhart after meeting Sistani on Monday in Najaf, the reference approved the road map presented by the organization and includes a review of the election law within two weeks.

Sistani, who never speaks to the public, "is concerned to see the political forces not serious enough to implement similar reforms," said Blaskart, who is on Wednesday a guest of Iraq's parliament.
In the capital Baghdad, young demonstrators continue to engage in clashes with security forces in the commercial streets adjacent to Tahrir Square.
- "Optimistic" –

(Mnt Goat – Just so you know…stopping the currency auctions is one of these “major” reforms they are talking about this article today. They can give money to housing units that are unfinished and even improve roads, etc,, but this one they can’t escape. Seems so far, all the “reforms” they promised are like bribes just to shut the protestors up. Yes, just throw some money at the problems and maybe they will go away. Maybe the protestors will go away. Maybe if you kill and/or injure a few more hundred protestors they will give up and go home?

Oh – but it’s not going to work this time. But this currency auctions reform is not going to go away either unless they address it and do it very soon. No- they don’t need the protesting to end prior to ending the currency auctions. All they need to so is continue with the project to delete the zeros, pop out the new promised rate and move forward with the reinstatement. Certainly pressure from the US is going to let them do it now.

They must do this one and the people are wise to the corruption and money being stolen and laundered from their pockets. Oh – but the govt promised them the HCL monthly payments too and so where is this promise?

Oh – but they can give billions away to Iran but can’t pay on HCL to Iraqi people?

This corruption must end and like Donald Trump says about America and its corruption “Americans First”, “America First”. The Iraqis too must take up this slogan and say “Iraqis First” , “Iraq First”. There is God’s Hand as work here. There must be salvation of these countries if the world is going to prosper and be abundant. These charlatans who have raped our young children and rapped our wealth must be dealt with. It is time! )



GENEVA (Reuters) - The UN representative in Iraq said on Monday she had visited the top Shi'ite cleric, Ali al-Sistani, because of the situation in Iraq.
She said in a press conference held in the city of Najaf after the Sistani meeting that "the Sistani authority stressed during the meeting the need not to use violence for any reason, and stop arrests and abductions immediately, and demanded again to hold accountable the perpetrators of this violence and the need to work on real reforms within a reasonable period and a unified law. He expressed concern about the seriousness of the political forces in carrying out these reforms. "

"He believes that peaceful demonstrators will not return to their homes without fulfilling their legitimate demands ... If the authorities are unable or do not want to fulfill the demands, there must be other behavior."

She stressed that "the United Nations is following what happened during the past weeks," noting that "anger and discontent in the street comes as a result of the failure to provide services for 16 years."

"The United Nations is documenting reports to stop this violence. IT IS ALSO SEEKING TO MOVE IRAQ FORWARD. THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE IRAQI AUTHORITIES TO IMPLEMENT WHAT THE DEMONSTRATORS DEMAND. This country cannot be an arena for conflict between countries."

(Mnt Goat – How long will it take to meet these demands…we are waiting…. Please let us all stay on target and not get confused with all these bullshit rumors about some GESARA or NESARA working in the background. I happen to know they people who spread this stuff are bad for this country and are within these socialist democrats. Anyone who talks about this stuff I would run away from very fast. Like REAL FAST!

They are playing on your emotions to take away your abundance and prosperity. It is all nothing but lies and deception. They are not about growth and moving ahead. How many times must I tell everyone to STOP listening to this rubbish? )



Kurdistan Region
Government of Kurdistan

The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Masroor Barzani, and his deputy Qubad Talabani on Tuesday with the heads of provincial councils in the region.

Barzani asked the provincial councils to cooperate with the government in the implementation of projects within the framework of public policy, and to eliminate routine, and facilitate the reconciliation of citizens’ transactions.
Barzani stressed that government employees, starting from the prime minister and the ministers, down to the youngest employee in government departments and institutions are responsible for providing services without discrimination and at the same time should respect the rights of employees, saying that “we must work to transform our society from consumer to producer.”

(Mnt Goat – YES, so correct on the part of Barzani. This is how you get a vibrant economy. President Trump in US also knows this and so he too is moving away from this socialist agenda of a non-productive economy of consumers and moving instead towards self- sufficient producer economy that brings in wealth to the nation. Again, we are seeing many parallels between Iraq and the US.)


The Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, on Wednesday, the non-arrival of the federal budget for fiscal year 2020 from the Presidency of the Council of Ministers to the House of Representatives so far, likely to arrive at the end of this month.

"The federal budget for 2020 is still in the custody of the government and we have not reached it until the moment," committee member Hanin al-Qadu told Al-Maalouma.

He added, "The budget will arrive at the end of this month to make adjustments, transfers and discussions on some articles and paragraphs, as well as to meet the ministers of planning and finance to put the finishing touches to the budget."

The Presidency of the House of Representatives announced earlier, to address the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers on speeding up the dispatch of the draft budget law.

(Mnt Goat – want to make a bet it does not arrive at the end of Nov? Also how long will it sit in parliament once it does arrive before it is finally voted on and passed? How long will they fight over it? In next Tuesday’s newsletter I have a very long yet very good article explaining to you why the budget takes so long to work out and why the reinstatement has not yet occurred. Remember to come back on Tuesday 11/19 and read it. It will educate you.

Remember the budget for the following year is supposed to be completed and passed by the end of October. Iraq’s official fiscal year begins Jan 1st not Oct 1st. )



A US official responded to statements by Sadr's leader, Muqtada al-Sadr, who had attacked Washington over a White House statement expressing deep concern over the continuing attacks on demonstrators, civilian activists, the media and the Internet ban in Iraq.

"The United States, unlike Iran, is committed to a prosperous, sovereign and strong Iraq," a State Department official said in a commentary on Al-Hurra's statement on Sadr's statement, which he posted on his Twitter account on Monday and threatened the United States.

Sadr has attacked the US administration and vowed to end its presence "if it does not stop its hands on Iraq," saying it interferes in the affairs of his country without referring to Iran, which observers considered condoning the leader of the Sadrist movement over Tehran's control of the country.

(Mnt Goat – the last statement about Iranian control is the guts of this article. Sadr does not like it that the US is interfering in Iraqi affairs yet the US does nothing about the Iranian interference. So, Sadr is saying – either help us, shut up or get out! What use are you anyway? We don’t need your constant rhetoric instead we need ACTION. Like I said these articles are tricky to read and understand sometimes.)



World - Al-Ahram Weekly (11/13/19)

When tribal chieftains met last week in a small town north of Baghdad to see what they should do with the protests that have gripped the country’s south and capital city, one key question emerged: how will Iran respond if the uprising fails?

“They will tear all of us to shreds,” one sheikh reportedly told the gathering of influential tribal leaders who belong to Iraq’s Shia majority community. “Just imagine what they could do to others,” he added amid a stunned silence.

As the anti-government protests escalate and turn against the interference of Iran in Iraq’s domestic politics, many Iraqis have started voicing concerns about the prospect of Iran getting its way in sabotaging the uprising and even plotting revenge against its supporters.

Tens of thousands of protesters have been gathering in Baghdad’s Tahrir Square and across southern Iraq in recent days, calling for an overhaul of the political system established after the 2003 US-led invasion.

But as the government has cracked down harshly on the protesters, many Iraqis have begun challenging Iran’s entrenched influence in their country and raised concerns about the role Iran has been playing in promoting the dysfunction and corruption by political factions and militias loyal to Iran.

Fearful that its influence in the neighbouring country could erode, Iran has stepped in to marshal a vigorous campaign of smears, intimidation and threats against the protesters and their supporters.

Iranian leaders and the country’s media have been quick to suggest that the uprising is a foreign conspiracy and to label the protesters as stooges of Iran’s main foes, the United States, Israel and Saudi Arabia.

In remarks widely seen as giving the green light to Iran-backed militias in Iraq to smash the protests, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urged the Iraqi authorities to give “priority to dealing with the riots and instability”.
Iran has also turned to online campaigning in response to the widespread support for the protest movement in Iraq on social networks. The aim is to discredit the protesters or to paint them as disruptive.

On Friday, Iran launched a massive campaign on Twitter and Instagram promoting the Iranian discourse about the uprising with hashtags such as “we will not leave Iraq,” “Iraq and Iran won’t be separated” and “Iraq won’t be burned.”

Iran’s Mehr News Agency, which is owned by the country’s powerful religious establishment, said the campaign, run in Arabic, English and Farsi, was in support of the “Iraqi-Iranian alliance.”

Most significantly, Iran has stepped in to prevent the ouster of Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi and replace him with another Shia figure, and it has even sent its point man to Iraq, commander of the Quds Force, a unit in Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), Qassem Suleimani, to Baghdad to pressure Tehran’s allies to end the uprising by force.

Suleimani is reportedly running an operations room from Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone with leaders of pro-Iran militias to deal with the protests. He has also been chairing backstairs meetings of Shia politicians to ensure their support for Abdul-Mahdi and prevent his government’s downfall.

Meanwhile, the Iraqi uprising is also posing an alarming threat to Tehran’s influence in the Arab country. Protesters blaming Iran for its malign role in Iraq’s domestic politics attacked the Iranian consulate in the Shia holy city of Karbala, torching its walls and ripping down the national flag.

Protesters in Baghdad, Basra and Karbala also burned effigies of Khamenei and used their shoes to beat photographs of Suleimani and Tehran-backed militia leaders.

In other signs of declining Iranian influence in Iraq, Tehran slammed a freeze on sending Iranians to Iraq to perform the pilgrimage to Shia holy sites. MANY IRAQIS HAVE ALSO STARTED A NATIONWIDE CAMPAIGN TO BOYCOTT IRANIAN GOODS.

A low-water mark of Iranian political and economic influence in the post-Saddam Hussein era has already been reached, and 16 years of Iranian attempts to impose Tehran’s hegemony over its neighbour appear to be going down the drain.

Moreover, the Iraqi uprising is expected to have a serious impact on the Islamic Republic’s regional influence and on Tehran’s bid to exploit instability and geopolitical chaos in the region to build a long-aspired Middle Eastern empire.

While the United States and its regional allies have been pushing hard for years to confront Iran, TEHRAN SEEMS MORE WORRIED THAT THE UPRISING IN IRAQ WILL WEAKEN ITS INFLUENCE AND UNDERMINE ITS REGIONAL EXPANSIONIST STRATEGY.

By all calculations, the anti-Iran uprising in Iraq and the mass anti-sectarianism protests in Lebanon have posed more serious threats to Iran’s plans than all the efforts made by Washington and its allies so far to combat Iran’s regional influence.


Many experts believe that the popular protest movement in Iraq bodes ill for Iran and that the fallout may be felt most inside Iran itself where the regime brutally crushed a pro-democracy uprising in 2009.

Hopes for liberalization and opening up under the Islamic regime have evaporated in Iran, and TEHRAN FEARS THAT THE PROTESTS IN IRAQ WILL SPREAD TO IRAN at a time when the US sanctions against the country have had a crippling effect.

As we recall when Iranians took to the streets last year to protest against the regime, they chanted slogans against Tehran’s involvement in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen and Gaza.

Iran’s tactics in Iraq to maintain its leverage as the country slides deeper into a political crisis are difficult to pin down. Tehran categorically denies interfering in Iraq’s domestic affairs and also denies supplying the Iraqi security forces with lethal weapons to crackdown on the uprising.

In fact, there’s mounting evidence that it has been doing both.

Iran has significant political, security, economic and cultural assets in Iraq that it is mobilizing to sabotage the uprising and ensure its Iraqi allies’ survival if it thinks the uprising will threaten its ambitions in the region.
The international rights group Amnesty International reported on Friday that Iranian-made grenades had been used by the Iraqi security forces to kill protesters during the recent violence in Baghdad.

“A significant portion of the deadly projectiles are in fact M651 tear-gas grenades and M713 smoke grenades manufactured by the Defence Industries Organisation (DIO) of Iran,” the group said.

By all accounts, Iran is deeply immersed in efforts to crush the Iraqi uprising, but the question is to what extent it will flaunt its muscles in Iraq.
In addition to the geostrategic factors that make Iraq an important country to Iran, Iraq is also a major consumer of Iranian goods as trade between the two countries reached $13 billion in 2018.

Iran also plans to increase its exports to Iraq to $20 billion next year, making it a top destination for Iran’s non-oil exports and a major trade partner.

Moreover, Iran has been using Iraq as a conduit to circumvent the economic sanctions that have been imposed by US President Donald Trump on Tehran since Washington withdrew from the 2015 nuclear accord with Iran in May 2018.

There are valid concerns that Iran may be pushing Abdul-Mahdi to taper down the uprising or even to use the Iraqi security forces to crush it brutally if the protesters refuse to leave the country’s streets and squares.

One worrying scenario is that Shia militias may roll into Baghdad and other cities backed by Iranian troops to try to put an end to the revolt in a move reminiscent of the Soviet invasions of Hungary in 1956 or of Czechoslovakia in 1968 that were staged in order to smash revolutions against the then Communist regimes.

While an Iranian military intervention in Iraq would be crossing a red line, Iran might resort to a scenario similar to the one it has used in Syria, where the Islamic Republic has been backing Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad by sending in military experts and militias to beef up the regime’s defences along with deliveries of munitions and equipment.
Yet, the volume of anti-Iranian sentiment displayed by the Iraqi protesters, who are also largely Shia, has showed how difficult it is for Iran to cling onto its imperialist ambitions in the region, such as its grandiose plans to create a Shia Crescent that will join Iran to Iraq, Syria and Lebanon.

Like in Syria, the Iraqi Shias fear that a terrifying onslaught by Islamic State (IS) militants similar to the one that took place in 2014 could help Iran to expand its influence in the Arab country but could also be the undoing of it.

As a matter of fact, the popular protests in Iraq have disclosed that Iran has no blank cheque in Iraq anymore, and it is now at a crucial disadvantage as the uprising becomes a wake-up call to reject its interference in Iraq’s domestic politics.

As has become obvious, claims of “Iran’s unity with Iraq” as drummed up by Tehran’s anti-protests online campaign are seriously contested by most Iraqis. One of the outstanding outcomes of the uprising is that Iraqi nationalism has been rising and Iran’s hegemony has been crumbling.

Of course, IRAN MAY NOT GIVE UP EASILY, but it would be a great mistake for the Iranian leaders to think that their attempts to impose their will on the Iraqis will go unchallenged.

(Mnt Goat – enough said in the article. Just remember I have been the ONLY single person out in this dinar community that has been telling everyone for years that unless the Iranian influence is GONE from Iraq their will be no RV. So now we see it playing out finally coming to a head. This needed to happen to transition away from Iran. This process had to begin and now we must wait and watch it all play out before the CBI makes its next move)



Baghdad Today -
Baghdad Ayat Muzaffar Nouri, spokeswoman for his victory coalition, former prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, on Wednesday (November 13, 2019), confirmed that ANY ROAD MAP TO RESOLVE THE CURRENT CRISIS IN THE COUNTRY CAN NOT PROCEED WITHOUT A FATEFUL DECISION TO RESIGN THE GOVERNMENT of President The Cabinet, .Adel Abdul Mahdi.

The first steps of the roadmap to be adopted are the resignation of the government of Adel Abdul" Mahdi, because of which the blood of Iraqis was disguised by masked men and snipers," Nuri told .Baghdad Today
The methods of repression and arrests faced by demonstrators and activists are at least provocative," restrict the freedom of expression guaranteed by the constitution, as well as a reason to deepen the .gap between the people and the political power," she said .

The demonstrators do not want to destroy government institutions," she said" The victory coalition, held on Sunday evening, November 10, 2019, a meeting chaired by Haider alAbadi to discuss the situation in the country and the mass movement and the demands of the .demonstrators A statement of the coalition received (Baghdad today), "the coalition of victory reiterated its emphasis on proceeding with the questioning of Prime Minister Mr. Adel Abdul Mahdi in the House of ".Representatives and the importance of setting a date for questioning.

The coalition criticized the victory, according to the statement, "the absence of the vision of the government lacking solutions, but that some of the steps and speeches of the government complicate ".the situation
The statement added that "the meeting discussed the talks of political blocs and the emphasis on the initiative of victory put forward by Dr. Haider al-Abadi at the beginning of last month and expressed ".the coalition's fear of further collapse because of government policies.

The coalition refused, according to the statement, "the use of force that caused many casualties and the policy of suppressing freedoms, arrests and kidnappings, as well as knowledge of the perpetrators ".of the killings by snipers and the use of direct fire He explained that "the victory coalition criticized the process of blackmail to the government and the ".exploitation of the current situation to pass what they want and get gains He pointed out that "the international community wants to help Iraq and what the current government gives a negative view of the country where the previous government has taken great ".measures to return Iraq to the international community.

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 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,
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