Dinarland Highlights for July 28, 2022


Dinarland Highlights – 7.28.22


[via PDK]

We are going to need to be calm…things are happening…this may take a few days to roll out to you and I…In Iraq I don’t think they meant for things to move forward like this….  I don’t think they expected people to be this excited about the changes…to storm palaces and parliament…These are not upset folks…they are partying and laughing and dancing…very excited…in all the parliament, CBI, government buildings…It has turned into quite an event in Iraq

Iraq did not expect it to leak the way it did. To roll out of country the way it did. My guess is this will force things to happen quickly now guys. We are hearing very positive things…give it a few days to roll out.  Buckle up…I am told it could take a few days before we get our changes in value…or redemptions…We do not know how long it will take to play out right now…but, that it is playing out now should have you excited. I was told it could take up to 10 days to get to our level…worse case…but I expect it much sooner. 

This is what’s going on…are…[they]  riotingNo, they look pretty excited about all the changes. We are getting more and more stories from Iraq that they are moving forward quickly.  The latest rumor I have…I have not been able to confirm yet…but the rumor is the rate is $3.28 US on the streets there right now…I do not know if this is accurate as we watch this play out. The dinar for oil program should net us more…we are definitely keeping our eyes on it. By the time Kuwait hit this point, the point where we found out about it with a solid trading on forex was 10 days…I do not think it will take that long for Iraq. Things appear to be moving at a compressed pace right now…


Nader From The Mid East

The Iraqi dinar has been changed in banks.  They didn’t launch it yet.  They’re gonna launch it soon I hope.  They’ve been working on it. Kazemi come out this morning and says whomever made the decision to change the dinar exchange rate from 1190 to 1460 is wrong and now he’s gonna change it. How much? I don’t know.  I have no idea how much.  But I know it has been changed.  That’s what he said in the video.


Sandy Ingram

Iraqi protesters broke into the parliament denouncing the nomination of the new Iraqi prime minister on Wednesday.  Al-Sadr told protesters at the parliament building that their message had been received and that they should return home.


Bruce (The Big Call)

[via WiserNow]

This is coming down to the wire. Literally, we were told we were in the last 10 yards of a marathon and I believe that’s going to be the case…the indication is very good for this to finally come to fruition – and we’re just going to believe that there’s nothing else that would keep this from going -that everything is clear – all systems go – everything is all lined up for us… the dinar is done. Rates are very, very good…I’m excited about where we sit right now.


Frank26 (KTFA)

[Iraq boots-on-the-ground report]

FIREFLY:  All hell has broken loose here in the green zone because who they’re trying to name as a prime minister…Kazemi did come on and say after the protesters stormed that the 1190 to 1460 was wrong and he said…the rate has been changed. But we don’t know what it’s been changed to or what or when can see this.  They have been working on it they tell us for a long time.  They say it’s coming.

Frank: …Kazemi decided to tell you the truth today that there is a change in your exchange rate.  That you are going to be receiving new small category notes very soon.  It was his desperate way to calm you down…these are exciting days for your country… 


Samson (KTFA)

After his supporters stormed parliament, Muqtada al-Sadr: Your message has arrived and you have terrified the corrupt



I had a feeling this was coming in this direction…A revolution is when the people rise up against the government.  A civil war is when the country is divided in half – it’s people – and they don’t agree on the same thing… [they] decide to duke it out but you use guns…it looks like a revolution might be starting over there in Iraq.


Petra (KTFA)

This is great news [Kazemi announcing to citizens a new exchange rate is coming].  I don’t know how to respond.  It’s exciting.  It’s good.  It’s something we’ve all been waiting for for quite some time…


MilitiaMan (KTFA)

I’m a little bit numb.  I pinched myself a couple time because at this stage of the game it may not be terribly surprising but this it’s surprising because it’s actually here.  We’re seeing the results of all the things we’ve been talking about come to fruition.  Things that we never even thought of are happening…it’s time to give them what they need and show them a new exchange rate



The dinar has not changed.  It remains…1460.  That’s where it’s remained since it was devalued in December 20, 2020.  No change has occurred.  It remains the same…the banks have to price everything off of the CBI.  The CBI is the mother source in this.  This is where everything starts against the currency…the rate has not changed.


Mountain Goat

Moving into August already. What will August bring us? There must be a breakthrough soon on the formation of the new govt in Iraq. Already they are saying this election process has hit a Guinness book of world records on the longest. But we all should know by now what the real cause of the delay is really all about. It is about corruptionCan they finally destroy Nori al-Maliki and rid Iraq of him…once and for all?


RVAlready (TNT)

It is not the same old story. We are now pretty sure that the CBI is ready to push the button. They will do so as soon as parliament votes in a new president of the republic. In other words, we may be days away from the RV.

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