Dinarland Highlights for August 2, 2021

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Dinarland Highlights – 8.2.21

Frank26 (KTFA)

IMO the GOI has pledged to the World Trade Organization a certain parentage of the local currency (30 to 40%) of dinars at a certain value upon admission into the WTO…you think the WTO wants a certain specific percentile and figures of the Iraqi dinar currency at a restricted sanctioned program rate? ...to be in the WTO Iraq’s currency needs to be tradable...

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Pimpy

Article:
Iraq’s revenues from oil exports jump 62% in the first half of 2021

This is awesome…Yeah buddy, that’s what we’re talking about right there!  This is despite we’re still on partial lock-down/on full lock-down in places so you can imagine what happens if the entire world opened up once people wake to the fact that this is just a planneddemic…all this does is secure and strengthen the economy which is exactly what we want

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Breitling

Question:
Who exactly are the globalists who don’t want the RV to happen?”

That tells me a lot about what you believe and how you believe it… There’s nothing wrong with globalization.  You wouldn’t have what you have without globalizationWhat is globalizationIt’s trade.  That’s all it is.  The United States is not going to control the world.  The U.N. is not going to control the world.  China..Russia are not going to control the world.  It’s all horse shit…why would a globalist who does trade internationally want a currency…?

It’s an exchange.  You take the U.S. dollar and you exchange the exact equivalent amount for the Iraqi dinar.  Or vise-versa, you take Iraqi dinar and you exchange it for the U.S. dollar, the Euro or whatever.  It’s an exchange.  But either way there’s trade going on…the definition of globalism is trade.  That’s where it all came from – trade and trade routes and trade empires.  The question doesn’t even make any sense.  It’s so off…Globalists want trade.  They want business.  They want to do business with Iraq…that’s the whole point of globalism – trade

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MilitiaMan (KTFA)

Article quote:
Minister Khaled Battal Al-Najm will announce…Monday, 2/8-2021, the details of the responsive document, and the reform and recovery plan, for the period 2021-2023, which it has completed.”

I would like to be a Fly on the wall at this meeting tomorrow. THE UNDP [United Nations Development Program] is all about management of and for attaining goals. They have the ears of many international players. All interested in mutual success. Private sector is not about a program rate. No way. Even Iraq has stated they were to issue and recalculate effectively BONDS back the 1st of January 2021.. They said is was done to open or activate the private sector (market economy). imo.

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MarkZ

[via PDK]

My redemption folks that went in this morning had a short meeting on logistics. There were one or two small changes…nothing that affects us. Some procedural things on the banking side of it. They still have great expectations for this week. They do not know the timing but they are being asked to stay on call. The reason they do this is a majority of these folks work in wealth management . so they are working during the day and when this occurs they will go to the centers.

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