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DINAR GURUS UPDATE, 31 AUGUST

8-31-2013  Intel Guru TNT Tony    I was hoping this would be over this morning, just like you were. Now we will have to wait and see what happens throughout the weekend and into Tuesday morning. The regular/planned RV schedule calls for sooner than Tuesday, but lets just give them a little more time. So if I were you, I would enjoy my holiday weekend to the fullest, because if everything works

TNT Blast from Tony Saturday Afternoon 

I know you guys have been waiting for this, but I can’t give it to you until I get it.  I have been on calls with people here and half way around the world, late last night and all day today. 

We had a time frame of 9pm to 1am last night that everyone was looking for something to happen. Were we disappointed, yes.

Everyone is scared that if the missiles fly first, it will greatly affect the course of this RV.  It would have an effect on the rate, the date, the cashout time frame and the economies of several counties. 

We have been given a reprieve at the moment and if we can simply stay on course throughout the weekend all will be accomplished.
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The IMF has offered a comprise rate, as well as the ability for the original plan to proceed as scheduled, as long as there are no further delays.

The bank screens are showing the lower rates under the symbols –  IQD/VND and the higher rates under the symbols – IQN/VNN.  So the option is there to go either way. 

I was hoping this would be over this morning, just like you were.  Now we will have to wait and see what happens throughout the weekend and into Tuesday morning.  The regular/planned RV schedule calls for sooner than Tuesday, but lets just give them a little more time.

So if I were you, I would enjoy my holiday weekend to the fullest, because if everything works like it is supposed to you will be busy next week.  Tony TNT

Safety & Protection While On Vacation

Five Ways To Avoid Theft On Vacation  By Sarah Pascarella, SmarterTravel.com

Whether it’s a vacation or a business trip, it’s important to stay alert and know your surroundings to avoid petty theft.            

  Whether it’s a vacation or a business trip, it’s important to stay alert and know your surroundings to avoid petty theft.

“Once I was in the Middle East, and walking in a city with a colleague,” says Craig Bidois, principal consultant, Fear Free, a New Zealand-based security and safety management firm.

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   “A car stopped beside us and a lady got out of the car and asked me if I could change a larger note for a smaller one. Being a helpful person,

I went to get my wallet out. My friend—also a security expert—realized what was about to happen and replied that we could not help. Her car was ready to go with a driver; I suspect she would have taken my wallet and [driven] off.”

It’s not unusual for anyone, even security experts, to be caught off guard while traveling. Whether it’s a vacation or a business trip, it’s important to stay alert and know your surroundings to avoid petty theft. Read on for ways to safeguard your valuables while traveling.

What not to pack

Before you pack even one item, do a bit of research about the local area to see if any safety red flags come up. “Crime occurs in all countries, cities, and towns,” says Bidois.

“Maybe you’re going on a local vacation or to a remote area in another part of the world—the risk remains the same. Do some research about the location you are going to to find out what the safety issues are there.”

Armed with this knowledge, you can pack accordingly. Depending on where you’re going, you may want to choose a body wallet over a purse, a backpack over a suitcase, or other similar tweaks to your usual attire.

The old adage of “when in doubt, leave it out” rings true for all types of trips, from domestic road trips to far-flung international vacations.

Leave expensive jewelry, extra clothing, and other non-essentials at home, and forgo anything flashy, brand-labeled, or attention-drawing.

Not only will you know your valuables are safe at home, you’ll also enjoy the freedom of traveling light and in a manner that will hopefully allow you to blend in with the locals.

“A person should pack light so that they aren’t bogged down with having to carry a bunch of items with them,” says Beth Whitman, founder of Wanderlust and Lipstick, a guidebook series and website for women travelers. “If they can act confidently and aren’t fumbling around or looking lost, it’s less likely that a thief will target them.”

What to bring

You may also want to invest in a few extra precautions for your bags. Whitman recommends a cable lock to tether your bag to something stationary, small zipper locks to prevent entry into your bag, and a bag with mesh or slash-proof panels to keep thieves from tearing it open and making off with what’s inside.

Just remember that TSA security requirements mandate that your bags are unlocked in flight, so be sure to bring the locks along and attach them to your bags once on the ground.

Additionally, make copies of all your important documents (passport, itinerary, reservation confirmations, credit cards) and give them to trusted family and friends before you leave. You’ll also want to share copies of customer service phone numbers and emergency contacts.

This way, in case your wallet and/or bags get stolen, you’ll have backup to continue with your trip, honor your reservations, and have a means to get home.

Consider purchasing travel insurance to give you additional peace of mind while on vacation. Be sure to read your policy’s coverage before you buy to verify that loss/theft protection is included.

Out exploring

“You are responsible for the security of your possessions, no one else,” says Bidois. “Most of us save up our hard-earned money to take ourselves and our families away on a vacation. We deserve to have a stress-free and enjoyable time away, [but] sometimes we let our guard down.”

While you may feel the urge to relax and cut loose on vacation, staying alert and aware of your surroundings is your first and best line of defense. “Would you leave your house unlocked? Car unlocked? Money lying around your bedroom?” says Bidois. “You need to maintain basic everyday security measures.”

Start by deciding what to have on you while you’re out, and map out your route in advance. Your money, credit cards, and forms of ID should be in a secure place, such as a money belt that’s worn close to your body or an interior jacket pocket.

Avoid crowds or other touristy areas known for petty theft, pickpockets, and the like. And by having a general sense of the area and your route, you won’t have to fumble with guidebooks and maps, which makes you stand out as a (potentially vulnerable) tourist.

“Be careful about people who approach you,” says Bidois. “Many are con artists or worse … Use your gut feeling. If you think something is not right, trust your instinct.”

It’s always a good idea to carry a dummy wallet on you, filled with loose change and a few small bills. A former colleague had a brilliant strategy of saving the fake cards that come with credit card solicitations and bringing those along in her decoy wallet.

If you are held up and asked for your wallet, you can get rid of the dummy one, the thief will be none the wiser, and you’ll still have your valuables.

Finally, stay sober. If you’re intoxicated, you’re much more likely to end up in an unsafe situation. Keeping your wits about you is the key to safety.

In your hotel

At check-in, request a room that’s not near a stairway or elevator (to reduce foot traffic or strangers prowling around the easiest-to-access rooms), as well as one that’s not on the ground floor. If the clerk announces your room number for all to hear, ask to be reassigned to a different room.

Ideally, the check-in attendant should write the room number on your key envelope and pass it to you across the counter. Discretion can prevent theft.

Once in your hotel room, take advantage of all the locks you have. “A rubber door stop will prevent someone from entering your room,” says Whitman. “Many hotel room doors in developing countries don’t have additional locks, such as chains, so this little item can come in handy.”

Sometimes, paying a little more per night can give you extra peace of mind for security’s sake. “If you are a backpacker or staying in a low-grade hotel, you get the security level you paid for,” says Bidois.

“Generally, higher grade hotels have more protection measures in place … but you still need to remain alert. I never leave the ‘please make up my room’ sign out—this signals you are away. I do leave the TV/radio on as a gentle background so it appears I am still in the room.”

You may also want to use the hotel safe for your valuables, travel documents, and other pieces you’d like to safeguard. Check in with the front desk beforehand, though, to find out just how secure the safe is. How many people have keys to the safe? Who has access to the room? A few general inquiries can determine whether the safe is a viable option for you.

If you do get robbed…

Unfortunately, even the most aware and alert traveler can experience a bit of bad luck. If you do get robbed, there are a few steps to take to make the best of a bad situation.

If you lose your passport or other identification documents, get in touch with the nearest embassy. Ideally, you will already have copies made that you can take along with you—this will expedite the replacement process.

“If it’s valuables, definitely report it to the police so that they have a record of it,” says Whitman. “If the police will issue a report, you might be able to get your insurance policy to reimburse you.” Be sure to get a copy of the police report for your insurance claim.

Finally, while the threat of theft may seem frightening, it shouldn’t be an all-consuming focus on your vacation.

“Don’t let fear put you off traveling around the globe to visit some amazing sites and meeting interesting people,” says Bidois. “

Just use common sense, appropriate humor, follow the local cultural customs, and be a little more alert than if you were at home.”

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KTFA’s Frank26 Shares Personal Experience & Comments

chacha wrote on August 31st, 2013, 12:14 pm:Pearl Harbor: after the tours have gone.

Pearl Harbor: after the tours have gone. I never knew this.  :salute: :salute: :salute:

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Eternal Peace   WWVll Valor in Pacific Channel  Interment Aboard the USS Arizona

Post By Frank26 » August 31st, 2013, 1:12 pm   •  [Post 208]  Tink and I have been on The Arizona Memorial 3 times.

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Post By Frank26 » August 31st, 2013, 1:12 pm   •  [Post 208]  Tink and I have been on The Arizona Memorial 3 times.

It is very moving ……… Emotional……….. For all Americans. It is personal.

The last time we were on her………… Tink heard a song being played while on board. It was the Marine’s theme song “From the Halls of Montezuma” …….playing softly in the background.

We asked the tour guide where the music was coming from.

He looked at us a little perplexed and with a smile on his face he said….we do not play music onboard the Memorial. Nor are there any bands in the vicinity.

There are moments in life Family that leave a lasting impression branded into the soul that we were born with. This was one of those moments. I love my country …..I am grateful for all the men and women that have served to protect our nation.

My dream is to take as many of you to this Arizona Memorial as possible. You see Family…..the Arizona Memorial is a man made island in the West Pacific waters where the tree can be rebuilt once again through the precious Grace and Love of God.

You may not understand what I am trying to say right now until I take you there and show you things that words nor pictures can not project. When I see the Japanese take their first step onto the Arizona Memorial it’s as if closure finally came to them.

My father used to deliver the fallen soldier back to his family’s home in the 60’s. I used to accompany him and watch from a distance.

 To this day……I am bothered when I hear taps followed by gun salute and the folding of our American flag into a triangle then being presented to the surviving family members. We in the military are a very bonded family.

I suppose it bothers me to remember the 60’s with my dad because this military procedure was done for my sister when she died in Germany as we returned to bury her in Fort Sam Houston Texas.

Indeed……life offers many flavors some are sweet and some are sour. Thank goodness………for the sweet and sour dishes of our lives.

I leave you in peace Family. I leave you with my Christian love. I will see you tomorrow at 8pm EST for our second prayer Conference Call.  Aloha from my soul to yours……… :hibye:  KTFA, Frank

Directed to exempt all investing companies from taxes and fees

Directed to exempt all investing companies from taxes and fees

08/31/2013 12:00 AM

Parliamentary economy: lagging them overwhelm the state budget

BAGHDAD – Farah pumice

I went back to the Committee on the economy and investment parliamentary bill exempting Iraqi and foreign companies implementing investment projects from taxes and fees of important laws of the country, which contribute to advancing the investment forward and raise the economic level of Iraq.

Comes at a time the Committee affirmed the importance of addressing the phenomenon of companies lagging in the implementation and completion of investment projects in the country, which caused upheaval in the state’s annual budget.

Discuss the law

Committee member Rep. Amer said winner (morning): The «his committee discussed the draft law to be submitted to the Presidency of the Parliament and its inclusion on the agenda for the purpose of the second reading, as will be discussed extensively and the introduction of proposals to members of the House of Representatives.

He predicted the winning pass this law during the current legislative session, saying that the law of the important laws that serve the country and support the movement of investment.

Tax breaks

The Council of Ministers has approved a bill exempting Iraqi and foreign companies implementing investment projects from taxes and fees last May, in the interest of the government to support the private investment and economic, private development projects through the granting of privileges and exemptions and facilitating the procedures implemented and work to achieve development projects and encourage companies and contractors to implement these planned projects in the country’s investment approaches, as approved yesterday (Tuesday) to exempt the company implementing the project of the port of Faw of tax and fees.

The field of employment

Competent investment affairs Hassan al-Asadi had explained that the decision of the Council of Ministers holds a lot of pros from investor exempt from paying value of the contract is estimated at (3.7) percent of the total value of the volume of work and this is a big number affects the capital estimated at work (1) percent represents a direct deduction, he said, adding that the law encouraged to enter the field of investment business in all sectors, as the need to find projects of various sizes in all sectors of production and service efforts that need to be investment companies.

The demands of investors

In turn, the media adviser to the National Business Council Daoud Abdel Zair: The «exempt investment companies from taxes is one of the demands of investors task, has been put forward the idea of ​​the holiday tax through the media earlier to their importance and are adding positives to the investment process as a whole, indicating that the process تستبشر good investment when they are adopted so orientations.

The head of the International Federation for Economic Development Ali Hilfi stressed the importance of this decision to exempt investment firms from customs duties, pointing out that the red tape, which was based at the border crossing for the purpose of imposing customs duties and time-consuming, and carry a lot of negative influences in the reality of work, and they represent unwelcome step by foreign investment enterprises in particular.

Breakthrough investment

Hilfi said the decision marks the beginning of investment real breakthrough, as it represents the time factor is important in investment companies wishing to operate in the country, noting that Iraq’s vast field and needs a lot of service agencies at border ports to speed up transactions Customs Alkmarki.

Recycling money

In a related context, said a member of the Economic Committee that the projects lagging by some companies invested caused upheaval in the general budget of the state, where there are funds from one year to another and overstock misplaced, noting that it has caused great losses, whether productive or service where delay the wheel the national economy if the delayed completion.

Giant projects

To address this phenomenon, said the winner: "It must be the selection of companies with competence and have similar acts Closed, as well as submit bids rewarding, as well as mega projects, it is preferable to be global companies have completed projects in other countries, with the capability to share with the Iraqi company as The national partner will gain experience and to create cadres for future projects and further facilitate foreign matter of the company."

And on the penalty clauses included in the contract with the investment companies, it was stated MP that the conditions exist, but red tape delay the achievement of the behavior of legal ways that take a long time to lead to a delay in the project, arguing that the financial and administrative corruption prevents the assignment of projects to companies good and solid to carry out and complete the project on time.

Raise the level of Iraq’s credit rating attracts investments and achieve development

Raise the level of Iraq’s credit rating attracts investments and achieve development

08/31/2013 12:00 AM

Experts enemy a good indicator reflects the general situation of the country

Baghdad – Mostafa Hashemi

Economists called the government’s economic authorities in the country to the need to speed up resolution of the subject of Iraq’s credit rating because of its great importance in attracting foreign investment and give the right economic perceptions to the investing companies as well as being one of the most important factors in the banking sector reform.

According to the economic expert d. The appearance of Mohammed Saleh, the classification of Iraq credit now, although he did not specify yet officially, he is at a temperature of B-returned him a good indication of the reason for optimism, noting that it could be rated country credit through bonds sold in global markets because the presence of a credit rating, and that was low , it is better than no rating basically.

countries in the world are classified as credit ladder consists of 4 grades are A, B, C and D as well as variables that represent signal + or – and various Petkrarat.

Salih stressed in a statement to the (morning) the importance that begins Iraq is now negotiating for the purpose Ranked credit because this issue is vital and contemporary and is useful for re-engineering the performance of the Iraqi banking sector and developed to accomplish its functions in the service of economic development, which is kind of development industry, banking and banks that operate for the purpose of applying this system to keep pace with the development in the rest of the Arab banks and global.

The first round of the Conference of Finance and Commerce had been launched in June of last year, it was agreed during which Iraq to encourage investors to come to Iraq and classification of credit to be able to give credit for foreign investors, as well as the importance of that goes on Iraq in this category in order to give guarantees opportunities for investors and reassurance to recover their capital.

Saleh was said earlier that the credit rating is through the public debt and the issuance of treasury transfers or government bonds, particularly in international markets, or those bonds that are sold outside of Iraq except for support and one Qaeidah Iraq in return for private-sector debt under the Paris Club agreement.

Adding when sold then sold bonds at about 60 cents, then rose discount of up to 90 cents, and in this case became as if Iraq automatically rated among the countries that have rated within the grade B-.

He pointed to the existence of additional factors must be exploited to achieve the credit rating and raise the degree and the most important out of Iraq from Chapter VII and the entry of a number of foreign companies, in addition to the high financial liquidity available.

In the same context, said banking expert at the Ministry of Finance.

Hilal Taan that the responsibility for providing the credit rating of Iraq rests with the Central Bank of Iraq, pointing out that the credit rating of the current is the result of a reflection of the political situation and economic development of the country.

Said Taan told (morning) that Iraq had in the seventies and eighties of the last century rated credit high but no one to disclose the grade and classification at the time as being contrary to the laws and regulations of the former regime.

and called for the need to move the government to raise this level to a degree better because it will contribute to attracting investments and gives confidence for additional investors and foreign companies for the purpose of coming to Iraq and direct the reconstruction of infrastructure to Therefore, it is important in the economic advancement of the country at all levels.

said academic Economic d. Essam المحاويلي that it is necessary for Iraq, a credit rating sovereign agencies and international credit rating (CRAs) and the application of the policies needed to improve the degree classification to become within the investment grade, which contributes to increase the resources of the state to enable Iraq to attract investors and access to global capital markets and access to finance appropriate cost.

He المحاويلي told (morning) that there are clear differences between the credit rating agencies in the credit rating of sovereign debt, as well as the Group Financial is the most influencing factors in the credit rating of sovereign debt, which leads to a change in the degree classification, pointing to the need to identify the differences in including the methodologies credit rating of sovereign debt to be canceled.

He called for the work to get the credit rating of an international grants and reliability of its projects and be able to get international funding for investment projects that he wants to do in various fields and adopt a policy of return to Iraq Ranked global credit and grants and reliable enough for its projects and as to encourage international companies to implement them.

He added that the concerned party to return Iraq to the global credit rating, you should be with extensive experience in this field, and has the ability to negotiate and persuasion to get the best results.

ESPN2 – From Rich to Broke Documentary posted by Izzy at TNT Forum

Izzy:  OK. And now for a serious post…When I first got introduced to Dinar through my GF and her Banker Dude hubby, the first thing he had me do after I purchased my Dinar was watch this show. It was EYE OPENING!  I don’t know if it has been posted before. 

Doc D’s funny YouTube video thread and my post to it made me think of this. It is a long watch, so make sure you have some time. But, every one of us should be required to watch this as well as your partner(s) before the RV. 

Hope you like it.  Documentary: 30 for 30 – BROKE

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KTFA’s Frank26 & Members Thoughts & Opinions

Post by BigIron » August 31st, 2013, 1:00 am   •  [Post 103]   I have a bank story. Yesterday I was meeting with WF and while waiting on some documents to print I decided to see what this personal banker[ I really don’t know her position] knew about the dinar.

 I said “I bet WF gets a lot of questions about the dinar?” She probably thought oh no here it comes. Without even looking up at me she said “oh yes”. Then she asked “do you have any dinar?” I said “yes”.

Then she said “How much?” It shocked me that she would ask “How much?” I didn’t give her specifics but told her enough for an investment.

Then I said the worse case scenario with this investment was worth the gamble. Then she said “Oh yes the huge rewards far outweigh the risk.” :surprised:

Funny thing is I have confidence in our investment and didn’t even think to tell the family until I saw ehankins bank story post. I haven’t post about the dinar for about 2 years now. I just try to encourage the family, pray, say something silly, play music, or lurk. :biggrin: KTFA

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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

JIM COSTA POST FROM TNT FORUM, 31 AUGUST

“I called to ask if there was verification of the Republic being restored now. She said that she could not confirm that, but could say for sure:* The Global Settlements have been issued * Impeachment proceedings are now underway against Obama.* The Reset is underway.* The United States, Canada and Great Britain will be the first countries   to be liberated.”http://src-fla.us/index.php/news2e629-

LOECHIN POST, 31 AUGUST

8-31-2013 Intel Guru Loechin It seems that someone got a shock when we saw the rates drop. I think it may have been a situation that say’s “If you want the higher rate then let it go, or here is what you will get” I don’t know nor do I care what the final outcome is. As Tony said last night…today should tell the story. I love people who have no idea of items like Chapter 7, 13303, 2013 Iraq