Dinarland Highlights for January 5, 2022


Dinarland Highlights – 1.5.22


[via PDK]

The acting minister…made a comment there [Iraq] on Sunday that they do not need the government to be sat in order for the rate to change or to “adjust the values” of the dinar…Everyone just stay positive…we are very close…

The news that we do have is coming out of the bond side. Literally all of my bond contacts believe they will have full access to any funds they have not received yet -TODAY… I pray this happens guys…this means the RV is very close…  They would not release those funds otherwise…The bond side right now is our canary in the mine shaft and I am watching it closely.


Frank26 (KTFA)

Who is the CBI now meeting with?  They met with the U.S. Treasury for about 3 months in a row every Saturday.  They then stopped meeting them and about a month ago they started just meeting with the executive level [of Iraqi banks]

IMO the CBI is preparing to show the citizens of Iraq the new small category notes in a picture poster form and then they’ll massively advertise it all over Iraq on billboards, television, newspapers and the mosques-everywhere/anywhere they can…it will be all over the place.  

What does it mean to float?  Or how can Iraq float the currency internationally?  The answer was if you had Chapter VII completed.  If you had all Chapter 6 completed.  If you had Kuwait say you don’t owe us anything and they have.  That’s why we’re at that next step.  IMO it’s what the CBI has told the executive level to tell the branch levels, the tellers, to tell the citizens.



Parliament sets the Great Hall of the Council as a place for its first session next Sunday

Looks like parliament is set to go ahead and hold their first session which will happen this Sunday.  From there remember they appoint the speaker first, the deputies and then they announce the nominee for president.  Salih has done a good job hopefully gets back in there…it’s January 9th

“Mazhar Salih:  The government may make changes to the exchange rate, and the dues of Resolution 15 are guaranteed”

The government cannot change the exchange rate…the Central Bank of Iraq is separate than the Iraqi government.  They can make requests, they can pressure them, but it is up to the central bank of Iraq …


MilitiaMan (KTFA)

The CBI – they’re the ones that are in charge of the monetary reform.  It’s not the government…the government agrees…



Every once in a while you get someone who brings up a Global Currency Reset. It is utter nonsense as I stated numerous times most currencies in the world already float so they are already priced where they should be. In other words there is no such thing.


Bruce (The Big Call)

Iraq is supposed to bring out their new rate again – they’ve already brought one out last Sunday – and it’s already in excess of what Dr Shabibi said our value would be on the Dinar…They are coming out with either an updated version of that Sunday as well as the introduction of their new government…So we are supposed to be launched prior to that – that means realistically – we should be there  Wednesday – Thursday – Friday – or  Saturday... we can’t absolutely pin it down but things are moving through…I think we are…at a very short waiting time…We know the rates are going to be very strong – we are not going to be concerned about that…

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