ChrisC: Here is the thing that people should notice. Do we take pictures with Confederate money? No. Do you see Indian head pennies or even wheat pennies in pictures? No. Young people don’t even know what a fil is. Why would they even be in a picture unless they were out already? Alak in a picture in front of an ATM should be telling us something.
Smooth: Yes Chris I thought the samething, Alak in front of that ATM says a lot, not just a random photo!
S.Josh: WOWOWOWOWOW!!!! Helium balloons, for a celebration??
Frank26: QT: ……………. HOW LONG CAN THAT HELIUM LAST?
Samson: Sadr announces completion of final touches to form a government
24th May, 2018
Sadr’s leader Moqtada al-Sadr announced on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, the completion of the final touches of the government, describing it as a genuine Iraqi government and opposed to a peaceful political and peace building.
“I have completed the picture and completed the final touches after you have completed the advice and satisfied you with the government,” Sadr said in a tweet followed by the obelisk.
“It is a Sunni, Shiite, Arab, Kurdish, nationalist and non-sectarian government but an authentic Iraqi government. “He said.
“We will brief them on the details of the many meetings so that they can have good sayings, and then we will wait for the honest and patriotic blocs that are precious to form a strong patriarchal government that will give the people their rights,” he said.
The leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr met with a number of officials in the Iraqi government and heads of blocs and coalitions, including Prime Minister Haider Abadi, and discussed with them the formation of the next government and its program. LINK
AnotherMailman: That was fast! Wow!
Will: Yea, and the print form is always lagging behind.
Doc.K: SADR put finishing touches on Iraqs new Government.
That is the fastest thing they have done in history. Are we Waiting for a swearing in Frank ????
Frank26: %$#@! YES !!! ………………………………….lol
Greenclan: So….Frank we are awaiting the Swearing in ……in order for the RI/RV to appear then from what your saying? IS this correct? Thanks Greenclan
ChrisC: I just now got a call from my cousin who has dinar. He has checked Forex 3 times a day for over five years. He said in all those five thousand times he checked, he never saw a map of Tier 2 banks near him where he could exchange international currency until today. I always like to look for breaks in routines like that to show something is coming. We’ll see.
Frank26: WHAT DID I SHARE ABOUT TIER 1 AND 4 BANKS? (smile)
Samson: “Victory” confirms a “semi-final” match between the views of Abadi and Sadr
09:13 – 24/05/2018
The victory coalition led by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Thursday, there is a semi-final match in views between his president and the leader of the Sadrist movement, Moqtada al-Sadr, denying at the same time the existence of any real veto on the ascension of Abadi prime minister for the second time in a row.
The spokesman for the coalition, Hussein al-Adli said in a statement to the information that “there are understandings and agreement between the coalition of victory and an alliance on the basis of the principles and the principles of the next phase, for the formation of the government,” noting that “the meeting, which gathered President of the victory coalition Haider Abadi, Moqtada al-Sadr, was a positive meeting, and saw a match in the views between the two sides. ”
Al-Adly said that “the meeting of Abadi in Sadr was agreed on the roadmap for the next phase, and can be considered first to form the largest bloc that will form the government,” noting that “there is a great openness to the rest of the forces, where a lot of dialogues have been held, and understandings are still ongoing on all levels”.
He stressed that “it is not customary to establish the condition of obtaining the premiership from the beginning, but to the moment there is no real candidate for prime minister and there is no real veto on Haider Abadi for the post in question.” LINK
Sunkissed: Talk about moving FAST!
Samson: Deputy: Canceling the election results will enter the countryin a spiral and civil war
24th May, 2018
The MP accused of the Fatah alliance Amer al-Fayez, Thursday 24 May 2018, Speaker of the House of Representatives Salim al-Jubouri and other deputies to try to cancel the results of the parliamentary elections, while stressing that those attempts will not succeed, warned that the abolition of elections may enter civil war Ahmed in Lebanon in the seventies of the last century.
Fayez said in a statement followed by the obelisk, that “the scenario of the meeting last Saturday will be repeated with today’s session and will end the meeting without a quorum or take any action on fraud and manipulation of the election results,” noting that “Jubouri stands behind the call for the meeting because it and a group of deputies adopt a proposal to cancel the results The election”.
Fayez added that “the cancellation of the election results will enter the country in a spiral and civil war, as happened in Lebanon when the results of the elections were canceled in the seventies of the last century and entered Lebanon civil war lasted for years,” noting that “the elections that took place on May 12, Accept the least losses “. LINK
Frank26: TOLD YOU SO ……… M CC.
Dena: can we say .. there is now a SUITABLE atmosphere for things to catapult into new beginning ???