Dinarland Highlights – 7.28.21
…Kazemi is not going to Washington DC for the RV.
…The RV is between the CBI and the IMF. If anything related, he will go ask for relief from OFAC sanctions that the CBI needs lifted in order to reinstate the dinar, thus then they can start the process of deleting the zeros which we know leads to the reinstatement and thus us going to the bank
Wednesday RV News:
Where are we today:
…The projected timing is between now and the end of the month…
“Iraq’s foreign money between the anvil of creditors and the hammer of protecting the US Federal Bank”
There are a handful of articles that keep talking about this…we have been holding on to some money for Iraq for a long time. There have been a lot of creditors trying to get in there but there was an agreement…the United States told everybody else hands off period. Nobody could come after this money. All debt is considered settled once they pay these things off. Why do they keep talking about that?
I can’t help but smile because IMO what I think is going to happen once the troops leave Iraq is gaining their sovereignty, they pay their remaining debt off – they have the money to do it quickly with Kuwait and this other company then they should be debt free. Then we give them their funds back. If they get their funds back…does that mean they should reinstate the rate the United Council was talking about which is $3.22?
…In 2017 what did they [United Council] say? Iraq has…done nothing to lose the value of their currency. It should be reinstated at $3.22…If they indeed used the revenue from oil to destroy 70% of the currency that was in circulation…is it low enough where they can now reinstate once they get their money, their sovereignty, once their debts are paid? Is it possible? Again…the United Council said what? They’ve done noting to lose the value of their currency. There’s no reason for it not to be reinstated at $3.22...Is it possible they’re going to give them their funds back? Is it possible there’s enough in there to cover the $3.22 rate?
[… Friday looks good…what say you?]
Friday does look good….today looks good. But based on what I hear from group leaders-later on this week looks good.
If Iraq wants to join the WTO they can’t say to the WTO, ‘Can we join?’No, every country on this planet Earth that joins the WTO needs a sponsorship. They need a sponsor. Who is the sponsor for Iraq to join the WTO right now? …the main sponsor is the United States of America...Kazemi and the governor of the CBI are still following the protocol that Donald Trump left for the Middle East…IMO a sponsoring country would be a perfect candidate to be 1 to 1 with…
We had thought that we would be notified by yesterday – there was info coming from 3 solid lead banks or sources – they were all pointing to us being notified yesterday – and then we find out yesterday that there was some activity – additional clean up…So where does that put us? It should…put us in a position that I’ve been told where we should receive the entire thing tomorrow – that would mean notifications – 800 #s – emails – setting of appointments and actually starting our exchanges…TOMORROW [Wednesday]…I do not have a time for when that will all take place – we’ll have to see how that unfolds – it’s exciting – it should be Christmas in July for us…let’s see if that actually takes place…
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