Dinarland Highlights – 11.5.23
…We can see many events in-line with January 2024. I want to bring you up to date on my latest conversation with my CBI contact… It was told to me that the re-education campaign is still going forward but not yet rolled out as of yet. There is talk in the CBI it may be postponed due to the Gaza strip conflict, but no action or direction has been given to signify this as of yet…
Looks like Al-Sudani is taking a stance letting the world know Iraq is trying to avoid getting involved in this little scuffle that going on in the Middle East. He’s make it perfectly clear Iraq’s already been through a lot and although they support their brothers over there in Palestine they are not going to get in the middle of this and they are not going to cause a ruckus with the United States…
Released from their sanctions that’s what we’re really waiting for. So even if we woke up in the morning and you found out the Iraqi dinar had been reinstated to $3.22, Hallelujah, We’re rich right?!? Jumping around celebrating. But where are you going to redeem your dinar at if they are still under sanctions? Your options are going to be very limited here in the United States. Chase Bank still deals with the Iraqi dinars but not a lot of other companies or banks do just because of the sanctions…Will they be released from their sanctions before the revaluation or if they do an RI will they be released from their sanctions?
“An economic expert told Nina: Preventing the withdrawal of dollars in Erbil via ATM, i.e., an automated teller machine, is a health measure”
“He stressed that this measure will contribute to the elimination of parallel markets and parallel exchange rates, the end of the state of dollarization, and the trend towards an automatic increase in the value of the Iraqi dinar.”
The citizens have known for a long period of time that Iraq has the project to delete the zeros from the exchange rate and they don’t want to give up their dinar…because they’re going to have purchasing power and they’re going to make a lot of money from that.
I don’t think [Iraq] is going to have a deficit ever again. I think they’re going to move beyond that by far with all the income streams they got coming online. And once they change the value of their currency they won’t be tapping into their dollar reserves anymore. Those reserves are just going to grow and they’re going to grow big. Not to mention the money they’ve been clawing back over the last year or so…They were estimating $450 billion that’s going to be clawed back. Iraq is not going to be a poor country. It’s going to be filthy rich...
Our Federal Reserve is pushing the monetary reform of the Iraqi dinar for the new exchange rate…This MR (monetary reform) first started out with an RV (revaluation). In other words they did all the calculations on all the numbers of everything that they had in their reserves…banks…bank accounts, at the CBI…assets in the ground…The RV has led the MR to the phase they’re in right now which is called an RD (redenomination of their currency) – The new currency to replace the 3-zero notes.
The RD is inches away from entering what’s called the RI. The RI of Iraq’s currency is what will happen after this RD phase. Once you see…they have the redenomination in their hands, then the RI of their currency coupled with an RV of their new exchange rate value…will kick in. What it boils down to is it will start an international float using an international currency basket…
IRAQIS CALLED OVER EXTREMELY EARLY IN THE AM, THEY ARE EXCITED ABOUT THE LOWER DENOMS. ….STAY TUNED.
Remember, Sudani told the citizens in a week I will announce and introduce a new banking service that will decline the USD. That equals to an increase in the Iraqi dinar. He said it.
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