“New Dinar Coins?” – Update from Redd Starr 1-9-22

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From Redd Starr – Parliament Chaos Controlled Today…Iranian Influence….and could this be the new Dinar coins?

Hello all

What a night/day leading up to what we know now! RIP Dr. Shabibi first and foremost. Your name should be all over Iraq right now!

What you accomplished for the Iraqi people will always be remembered. I know your dream will be come to fruition soon. Instead of celebrating his accomplishments, we are seeing the last remnants of Iranian influence try to cause chaos again.

This time it is not going to work! They might be slowing down progress, but their days are numbered. I hope!

So what exactly happened? Here is brief recap-

  • Even before Parliament convened this morning, the Iranian Quds Force Commander (Qanni) made a surprise visit to Baghdad. Asking to postpone the sessions. Go figure!

    Then we hear Al-Sadr come out and say “No more militias in Iraq”! Shortly after this, Saraya al Salam forces (backed by Al-Sadr) enter Baghdad. Guess they weren’t on the same page?

    At the same time, US Military convoy’s moving equipment for transport out of Iraq were attacked. We all know who is behind this!

    Once Parliament convened, Temporary Speaker Mashhadani was attacked and rushed to hospital. Allegedly by Al-Sadr’s MP’s. Seems to me Sadr is trying to play as many sides as possible and his dam is starting to leak holes. I’m sure we’ll see more soon. Good article below to read.

“Iraq’s new parliament holds 1st session marked by disarray”

https://www.theolympian.com/news/business/article257168482.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

The following is obviously my opinion, but it sure makes a lot of sense.

I know there has been a lot of talk about the lower denominations coming out soon. In order for the new exchange rate to work, yes, they eventually will/need to be released. Some will be lower notes (paper bills/dinars) and some will be coins (fils) A while back, maybe mid 2021,

I watched a video that Allawi made. He was explaining the white papers, and the processes behind it. In this video (this is on the official Iraq Government page/link below) you can clearly see the new coins (fils) & what I believe to be one of the new paper notes. This was part of the educational process.

The smaller bill is covered, but clearly smaller in length than the 25k and 10K notes shown. Meaning, if you look at other Middle Eastern currencies, smaller denomination bills, will be smaller in length.

I believe this to be the 100 dinar/bill, or the 50 dinar/bill that was pulled years ago. On the coins/fils you will see 5 different fils. Four different ones in the back, and the biggest one (in the box) in the front. The biggest one, I believe to be the 100 fils coin.

You can read more under Iraq’d Dinar/currency. The other four, being the 5,10,25, & 50. Again, I’m only going by what has been shown to us.

As always, keep praying, all good things come from God.

https://twitter.com/IraqiGovt/status/1379056476606451718?s=20

Source: Dinar Recaps

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