“Boom all of a Sudden” – Fri. PM KTFA Dinarland Thoughts 2-3-23



Suzie » February 3rd, 2023

Now that we’re going into February and have a new PM and a new CBI Gov, and they care so much about their people and economy, reserves at the highest, supposedly all these hundreds of companies pouring into Iraq hooked into Buna Swift, the AMF all the banking updates, nscns ready, IMF and US telling them to get this done, ascension to the WTO, countries signing major contracts, and on and on, why can’t this prettiest girl at the prom still not find her way there?  Iran?? I thought they pretty well got rid of that “influence” and all I’m doing is asking this all in MY OPINION, and honesty, what’s taking so long if they’re in such a hurry?  Just askin’, not looking for an argument or to get moderated, just askin’………

Cashflow » February 3rd, 2023

Hi Suzie, I agree 100% with you. But correct me if Im wrong but is this not the same scenario as Kuwait did? I personally think imo after the meeting on Tuesday in Washington we will see something happen. Boom all of a sudden. You have to have faith because if you dont then what do have? Just IMO.

Billuke » February 3rd, 2023

The mistake that people have made over the years in dinarland is to equate what happened in Kuwait to Iraq. Two different situations and animals. If one can find the NY Times article: AFTER THE WAR; No Electricity but Kuwait Reopens Its Banks from March 25, 1991, and other articles from around that time, you’ll see it was a quick reopening of Kuwait’s economy after the war.

DeepWoodz » February 3rd, 2023


Suzie…. Sounds like from what you said, Iraq is still clawing back those 000 notes! Liquidity of the dinar and the dollar drying up at the same time?! Sounds freakin awesome! That can only mean one thing, right?!    All imo

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