“The Big Picture is a New World” – Fri. AM TNT Thoughts/News 10-14-22



Al-Sadr monitors the framework government and gives Al-Sudani six months

Today, Friday, political analyst Jabbar al-Mashhadani expected that the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, would give the Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Shia al-Sudani an opportunity of six months to define the features of his government.

Al-Mashhadani said in an exclusive interview with “Mawazine News”, “The assignment of Al-Sudani is not considered any blow to the Sadrist movement, because Al-Sadr has a reform project, and therefore if the Sudanese government includes a reformist side, it is certain that Al-Sadr will support it, but if the opposite is proven and the government was formed on the basis of Sectarian quotas follow the approach of previous governments and contradict the approach of al-Sadr, so he will be the first to object.”

And he indicated that “we do not rule out that if the Sudanese government and Sadr’s reform project do not fit in, he will resort to the street,” noting that there is a great possibility that Sadr will give the Sudanese a six-month opportunity to get acquainted with the form of the government.

And he continued, “The government should not be partisan or on the basis of sectarian quotas, and commitment to the cause of the experimenter is not tempted, and the opportunity is given to talented people.”  link

Once Iraq and Iran RV, the picture changes…The GCR will change the world…Now, the RV can move forward. I think it will happen sooner than anyone expects.

The big picture is a new world, with a new financial system. A place run for the people. Not to take advantage of the people…..Post RV, after the derivatives are removed from the market, prices should go back down…..It had to come sometime. I think we had to push the PTB to the edge to get a result.


Yes. The very thing we were looking for and for some, hard to believe.

Not excited just yet! I’m waiting to see IF Sadr will give these people a chance before he sends his demonstrators out to create ruckus.

Jwill, you have your answer. Sadr giving them 6 months. As close to stable we are going to get.

Coordination framework: Completion of the ministerial cabinet of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani within 10 days

Baghdad / Obelisk: The leader in the coordinating framework, Jabbar Al-Maamouri, revealed on Friday 10/14/2022 the announcement of the ministerial cabinet for commissioner Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani soon, indicating that it will be ready to vote within 10 days.

Al-Maamouri said, in a press interview, that the movement to identify candidates for the cabinet of the Sudanese government started yesterday evening, indicating that there are preliminary consensus on many points between the political forces, which will contribute to facilitating the task and reducing the time period.

He added that he expected that the cabinet of the Sudanese government would be ready within 10 days from now to be put to the House of Representatives for a vote, pointing out that the most important goals of the next government are to restore the prestige of the state and address economic failures.


The Iraqi Prime Minister-designate, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, said last Thursday, during his speech after receiving the letter of assignment to form the government from the President of the Republic, that his government will include efficient, honest and capable personalities, and that his program will support local governments, and work with dedication and sincerity for Addressing problems and crises.

Al-Sudani pointed out that the top priority of his government will be in the fight against corruption, and we call on everyone to assume responsibility and participate in a comprehensive national campaign to combat corruption.

He also affirmed that he will seek to hold local and parliamentary elections in a free and fair atmosphere and in light of a transparent electoral system that reassures all contestants.

Oil prices are making up for their losses

Oil prices compensated for losses incurred earlier in the session, and rose in Asian transactions, today, Friday, supported by the weakness of the dollar and the decline in US fuel stocks.

Brent crude futures rose 31 cents, or 0.3%, to $94.88 a barrel by 06:22 GMT, while West Texas Intermediate crude futures rose 36 cents, or 0.4%, to $89.47 a barrel.

“The weakness of the US dollar and the strong recovery of risky assets has lifted oil prices… and the momentum of recovery may continue in the Asian session today,” said Tina Ting, market analyst at CMC Markets.

Ting added, “The OPEC + production cut will continue to support crude prices, along with the potential recovery of demand in China in the fourth quarter of the year if Beijing eases anti-Covid restrictions.”

Oil prices also received support from a sharp decline in US distillate stocks, which came at a time when there is an expected increase in demand for heating oil with the approach of winter.

The US Energy Information Administration said that distillate stocks, including fuel and heating oil, fell by 4.9 million barrels to 106.1 million barrels, their lowest level since May, compared to expectations for a decrease of two million barrels.  link


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