Dinarland Highlights – 10.15.23
…What one person calls a redemption center-another calls a bank. But overwhelmingly redemption centers are in banks…Banks that are set up with people trained to exchange currencies and all the procedures and equipment…. Call it whatever you want. Call it a “redeeming bank”…Most work in dual roles…in wealth management and will be assisting with exchanges when it happens…so most are already employed at banks.
[Iraq boots-on-the-ground report]
FIREFLY: News saying within 2 months the dollar exchange rate will stabilize.
FRANK: Inside the next 2 months it’s highly possible we’ll see a new exchange rate. That’s the only thing that can stabilize it because a program rate unstabilizes it. This is as simple as I can put it. I’m not exaggerating. I’m not adding to it. This is for real.
January 1st, no more USDs [In Iraq]. But that’s only the final day of USD removal. It has nothing to do with the monetary reform.
...I DO “BELIEVE” THAT IT HAS BEGUN!! RATES DID CHANGE IN IRAQ LAST WEEK…MAYBE AGAIN OVER THE WEEKEND? WAITING TO HEAR FROM SOME FOLKS WHO WERE EXCITED LAST NIGHT AND WERE LOOKING TO SEE SOMETHING (BEHIND THE SCENES) THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT…TIME WILL TELL
“China hosts representatives from 130 countries at the New Silk Roads Forum”
This Belt Road project is linking right through Iraq. Al-Sudani just met with Putin on his Development Road Project as well… The 10th anniversary of this coinciding with electronic systems hook ups in Iraq are looking to be timed accordingly…I like it.
There’s a lot of movement and evidence to suggest Iraq is going to to international. They pretty much have all the tools they need to do so. We haven’t seen any payment internationally for projects. We know the 23, 24 and 25 budget has not been spent yet...It’s all very good.
“Iraq is in the first quarter of the list of the most powerful and influential countries around the world”
“Iraq is ranked 50th globally and fourth in the Arab world in the most influential countries in the world…”
There’s no proof whatsoever that anybody inside our congress hold Iraqi dinar. Now I’m not saying they don’t because the truth of the matter is most of them are in the know. So if something big is going to happen I guarantee they’re going to have Iraqi dinar. But where’s the proof that congress has Iraqi dinar? Where’s the proof that Trump has it? You know that’s a funny thing, I believe Trump was asked one time and he said he didn’t have any at the time but was thinking about it…
“Erbil: Withdrawing the dollar via ATM machines stopped by a decision of the Central Bank”
“A number of Erbil residents were surprised, on Saturday, by the stopping of the ATMs, which were designated for withdrawing US dollars, in several areas, including the “Empire” complex, which witnesses a large presence of foreign expatriates… There are banks that still issue dollars via ATM machines, and they are subject to stopping at any time.”
If you don’t believe the Iraqi dinar [note count] is artificially inflated then you don’t need to be in this investment because you’ll never understand it. All kinds of evidence from back in the day when they had less oil, less customers and the value was $2.75, $2.25…range. Now they have more customers and they’re pumping out more oil and their currency is at a 1/10 of a penny? You have to understand that. It [the Iraqi dinar note count] is artificially inflated and it’s controlled by its money supply – how much dinar is out there.
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