Dinarland Highlights for June 2, 2022

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Dinarland Highlights – 6.2.22

MarkZ

[via PDK]

[Nader (Guru Nader From The Mid East) said…that CBI is all that we need to wait on NOTHING, else.]

I agree with that because Iraq has fulfilled all they [need?] to …and the CBI has said they can go without the government…. The IMF is pushing the CBI to change the rate.

I did finally get a response back from one of my Reno contacts. They said it is now time to be quiet. We are very, very close. I think this is very telling with the sheer number of people being quiet right now. It’s been almost a complete black out since Sunday and Monday on communications…personally I think this could be a great sign. It’s been crazy quiet.

Remember-Nobody knows the exact timing. We all are doing our best guessing based on news articles and what we are being told by sources. I still think we are really close.

Today has been crazy quiet again…spooky crazy quiet…if I reach someone they say there is no news or no news they are allowed to share at this point…

[Is the silence from everyone’s NDA’s?]

I do believe so. I think this is exactly what we are seeing…I believe all is good and we are in the short and skinny of this…   We are darn stinkin close.

[What makes you say we are close?]

All the news out of Iraq as they are pushing to change that value… All the paperwork Iraq has signed with the IMF and the UN…. The articles from the IMF and the UN pushing Iraq to change the rate…and the bankers have been over the top…

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Walkingstick (KTFA)

[via Frank26]

The importance of the latest meetings with the CBI, IMF, World Bank, all of them was to discuss and agree on the ATMs that will soon be released to the Iraqi citizens…These ATMs are now being put into position where they will be available to the citizens for the new small category notes.  They talk about adding thousands and about replacing ATM machines.  

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MilitiaMan (KTFA)

Article:
Finance is finalizing the 2022 budget, and good news for lecturers and contracts”

There is definitely a push to get the reforms done… The articles all show it to be the case and the world having been involved through the World Bank, IMF, AMF, UST, etc., is and or was the catalyst to push the politic side into high gear or the consequences may have been very dire.

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Pimpy

…I was listening to news from overseas, the lady was talking about how the IMF and the World Bank have grossly underestimated the GDP growth in Iraq and said that if they formed their government and moved forward in the right way that they would have a much stronger GDP growth.  That would be awesome because that’s what we want.

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BobTheTaxMan

Emerging markets are countries that have some characteristics of a developed market but yet not fully developed …Iraq and Mongolia are the two latest that are moving from a kind of 3rd world status...Iraq is the richest country in the Middle East in terms of having raw materials and educated people.

Iraqi Dinar Revaluation and Global Currency Reset News | Dinar Chronicles

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