Dinarland Highlights for May 31, 2021

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Dinarland Highlights – 5.31.21

RayRen98 (TNT)

SOME BANK STAFF ARE REPORTING IN TUESDAY AT 6 AM EVEN THOUGH THE BANKS DON’T OFFICIALLY OPEN UNTIL 9 AM. HMMMMMMMMMM?

All of our bank sources are planning on Tuesday to be their “day of activity.” Some bank staff are reporting to work on Tuesday as early as 6:00 AM in preparation for (_____?)  [TIME WILL TELL]  “Communication Lockdown” will begin on Tuesday for some bank institutions….no cell phones, in-house meals, etc.  Some banks are contemplating “invitation-only” exchange activity to test their systems.  Treasury sources indicate live rates today…probably for testing?

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Jeff

A lot of the articles coming out are suggesting to us that Iraq still has a ways to go and still has not achieved stability at this time.  Article:  “The United Nations called on Al-Kazemi to resign”  Part of the reason for that is just go back to May 25th…The citizens demonstrated and protested because they don’t have better lives…they don’t have their social services, entitlements.  They’re still living the same poor crappy lives.  They’re not being taken care of.  Going down to their level, Kazemi has not delivered those promises to them…now the U.N. has intervened and they’re asking for Kazemi to resign…

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Frank26 (KTFA)

The Marshal Plan is something that is being applied right now to the Iraqi dinar.  That’s why it’s pegged to the American dollar…they are going to rebuild themselves economically because they’re about to raise the value going into Article VIII…they have to un-peg themselves from the dollar and stop this 1460…go 1 to 1 with the American dollar. We’re looking for the Iraqi dinar to say goodbye to the American dollar.  If you see the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq come out and talk about the [un] pegging of the American dollar to their currency that would be good.  If you see that they un-pegged and didn’t tell anybody that would be really good…

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Holly

I was told it is time to be quiet. Just know we are there and it is set to happen this week.  Let’s let the process unfold. This is a transition not a transaction!  Never, ever give up!

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MarkZ

[via PDK]

I am very much in agreement with [Guru] Holly that this is the time to be quiet. There is a lot of things you are not going to see right now because of security. What we have heard is there is a massive push to have the software portion/computer portion ready for June 1st. We don’t know how it rolls out after that. But I have been told we are right here on the precipice…I have not heard anything is postponed guys…The overwhelming intel I get right now is we have to be quiet.

There are more and more banking stories about June 1st…over the weekend there was a number of articles in Iraq saying that it is time for them to make a serious change in their value…there are reports coming from the streets of around .70 cents to the dollar in Iraq on the dinar and then float it quickly…i can’t prove this yet.   I spent the weekend trying to get pictures of lower denominations…They are trying hard not to leak things right now. We just need a little more patience as we watch this roll out.

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