Alan wrote on
August 31st, 2013, 8:50 am: Determined by who??? The CBI and the Gov… well, gosh I thought it was China, USA, IMF, CL, and ten other people/agencies.. Somebody is unda presshhhhaaaaa!!!!! Post By Frank26 »
August 31st, 2013, 11:57 am • [Post 177] Aloha Alan…… Look at Your notes from T’s CC. I made it very clear IMF gave them 30 …….. UNSC with CH7 gave them 30 . Then I said …….. WE have taken the power back and SECURED very large areas. Said …… Now ………. WE will release the rate.
Said look as second week of Sept starts. Also have other TEAM markers we are following.
Even though You can not see what we see….. I like what we are seeing. Constant prayer…… : Gearhead wrote
on August 31st, 2013, 8:36 am:
Finance parliamentary: a more stable exchange rate and the date of the deletion of zeros related to the Central Bank 31-08-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) – Add a comment –
Confirmed the parliamentary Finance Committee, on Saturday, that the exchange rate of the dinar against the dollar is more stable than the former, while the promised date of the deletion of zeros from the Iraqi currency “something relates to” the central bank and the federal government.
A member of the Committee Amin Hadi said in an interview for “Twilight News”, “the central bank plan past distribution of hard currency to bank branches in the provinces, and therefore the Commission not reached any complaint in this regard.” Complete Article Link
Post by Frank26 »
August 31st, 2013, 12:06 pm • [Post 178] IMO ……….. Since we are TELLING the GOI/CBI what to do now ………. We will see more of these articles projecting a date.
Why? Because no one knows the date nor rate. Except the AoP.
Which have pushed M out of the way and now TELL them ……… A Date. Hmmm.
Fine by me. KTFA, Frank…… These are the articles we as investors want and need to see…….. Now. But they MUST continue to come out evolving with results and not cancellations. Gearhead wrote
on August 31st, 2013, 9:10 am:Forces “SWAT” go down to the street and surrounded the demonstrators
31-08-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) – Add a comment – Alsumaria News / Baghdad
According to one of the demonstrators, Saturday, that the troops “Swat” I went down to the street, and approached the demonstrators in Andalus Square for a distance meter and a half.
Sumerian Ali said, in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “SWAT forces went down to the street, and began approaching the demonstrators to a distance meter and a half.”
And was a member of the Coordinating Committee Shamkhi Jabr, mentioned a little while ago, that the security forces removed the protesters from the street adjacent to the Ministry of Agriculture force, while the campaign of mass arrests.
It is noteworthy that on Saturday (31 August 2013) saw out demonstrations demanding the abolition of salaries of parliamentarians pensions, are supposed to be these demonstrations in the squares of Paradise and editing, but the security forces closed the arenas and the roads leading to it. LINK Post by Frank26 »
August 31st, 2013, 12:13 pm • [Post 180] The security is phenomenal!
There are so many NEW agencies ……. Weapons ……. Things in the sky ……… Cameras ……. RE-TRAINED targets ……. ect that worked better than The Orkinman could have supplied!!
Iraq ……….. It is time ……….. “Verum …Volant” !!! KTFA, Frank] abundantlyblessed wrote
on August 31st, 2013, 9:54 am:Awwww yes. There is that dubious phrase “coming period”. About as definitive as “soon” and “in days” and “shortly” and “near future”. JUST DO IT ALREADY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good Morning KTFA family. Have a safe and abundantly blessed weekend. Maybe, maybe, maybe this is our week? What say you Frank, Delta and Eagle? :headspin: :headspin: :headspin: Post by Frank26 »
August 31st, 2013, 12:22 pm • [Post 183] But You missed something very significant!
When have You seen them combine IQD and INTERNATIONAL in the same article? Not enough IMO.
Yet…… We strongly believe we will start to see this movement more profound NOW. KTFA, Frank walkongstick wrote on
August 31st, 2013, 10:36 am:Iraq’s Missing Parliament
Image By: Mushreq Abbas for Al-Monitor Iraq Pulse Posted on August 30.
The main political leaders in Iraq would rather not involve themselves in a healthy parliamentary life.
Of course, the Iraqi parliament convenes on a regular basis, and votes without problems on procedural and formal laws, such as joining treaties. However, decisions on laws related to political processes are made or delayed by leaders of political parties.
Leaders of blocs still refuse to use electronic voting to know exactly how their deputies voted. There have been disagreements on this issue within the parties themselves.
The Iraqiya List dismissed parliament member Alia Nassif, and the Rule of Law coalition dismissed parliament member Jawad al-Bazouni for taking positions that differ from their blocs.
In addition, sample votes of deputies are constantly sent to party leaders, and parts of the deputies’ salaries go to the parties, a condition for their nominations to the lists.
The number of parliamentary bloc leaders who lead their blocs and decide on their behalf in matters small and large can be counted on one hand. Most of the parliamentarians content themselves with a show of hands when it’s time to vote, based on decisions made in advance. Complete Article LINK
Post by Frank26 » August 31st, 2013, 12:29 pm • [Post 190] M’s top quote of the week: ” I thought we left India?” I am fascinated to see our Team’s Studies coming to the forefront of ………. Reality. KTFA, Frank……… BOZO!!!
Post by billuke » Sat Aug 31, 2013 10:37 am • [Post 150] [quote=”billuke”;p=340153][/quote]
[quote=”Toyvp”;p=340146]31/08/2013 (00:01 pm) – The number of readings: 138 – Issue (2879)
Demonstrators spoke Maliki: your entourage, fool .. And the continuation of the bombings proved the failure of “revenge of the martyrs” Just waiting for someone there to use the word “Bozo”.
Post by Frank26 » August 31st, 2013, 12:31 pm • [Post 192] IMO………. You will ………. Within 120 days my Friend…… :handshake2: KTFA, Frank