Dinarland Highlights – 8.17.21
It is RI (Reinstatement) first, Then revaluation, then reset…as I understand it. But the first step is reinstatement and we expect these things to happen in a very compressed timespan. Most people will never notice it’s a “stepped process”.
We have been disappointed before. But, it does appear we are in a good place…At this point I think they are afraid that if they don’t move forward and pull the trigger with all the instability in the region that they will lose all the reforms and progress they have made in Iraq. Of course they are now worried about the infiltration of the Islamic state getting a bigger foothold in Iraq.
Monday Night RV Report: This has now been verified Iraq officially kicked off their currency today. Announced in the mosque. On Sunday the DOD authorized the release of the RV in the Pacific Daylight Time Zone (no word on the time.)…
‘it has been announced…the launch of a national campaign that’s sponsored by the CBI to raise awareness to support the national currency and the Iraqi economy.’
Holy cow. What more do you need? What did we say? The CBI is about to go on a national massive campaign to educate the citizens about what they’re doing with the monetary reform. I mean almost word for word what [Guru] Walkingstick told me to tell you…
“Will the local market’s anxiety end with the dollar price in the 2022 budget?“
What? Did you not see this? Internet, other gurus, btw bless all you other gurus I pray for you…You know what they’re talking about right? Those money exchangers at the borders who…steal money from the Iraqi citizens…there is only one way for it to end. Raise the value of your currency. Let me rephrase that to see if I can get my point across better. Will the jerks stop messing with the exchange rate? Will that be put to an end the moment our 2022 budget is at 1 to 1 with the American dollar? Powerful article.
…there’s a lot in the news… Last week, we started seeing signs that the HCL was picking up again. That’s still happening, and there’s some pretty solid news coming in on the backend over here. Nothing that says “RV by X date”, but very encouraging just the same. And this week… Afghanistan. Afghanistan is not Iraq, but anything major that happens in the middle east is worth paying attention to. My understanding of the current situation leads me to believe that we don’t need to be overly concerned about our “chances”. Everyone stay calm, focused, and of course…GOOOO RRRRRRRRVVVVV…
[Iraq is seriously looking to be a part of the G20. You want to comment on that Militiaman?]
Yeah…that doesn’t sound far-fetched. If you look at the fact that they have A. A lot of oil. B. They’re moving away from the oil to other sources of income which is agriculture and liquid natural gas, mining minerals, tourism and one of the biggest things of all is the the taxes and tariffs from the borders. Those income streams will probably make this country in a very short period of time very wealthy…they were a regional dynamo… where the country is geographically located is a hub for the Middle East…
It really would take a PowerPoint presentation to be able to show the alignment of everything that’s going on globally right now this week around the world. The tragedy in Afghanistan is one piece (Although I don’t believe it’s part of what we’re looking at)…the timing…the convergence…
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