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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Wednesday  8-01-18  

Whitelions  Away from the protests .. Iraqis are waiting to activate the law of the National Oil Company in September

Parliamentarians and economists and the Iraqi street are expected to sign on September 5, the date of announcing the activation of the law of the National Oil Company, which set 10 percent of the sales of oil to put in special funds for distribution to the Iraqis.

To abide by the date stipulated by the law, to restore confidence between the street and the government, especially that the law will give each citizen a share of the oil of his country.

The law of the National Oil Company includes a clause that the Executive Authority must implement six months after its approval by the Chamber of Deputies.


Samson:  Moody’s: Vietnam’s state-owned and private-sector banks show diverging capital profiles

30th July, 2018

The profitability of Vietnamese banks is strengthening as robust economic growth fuels credit demand and supports an improvement in asset quality, but challenges are also apparent, Moody’s Investors Service says in a recent report.

"Credit growth is outpacing internal capital generation, weighing on capital ratios, and the State-owned banks – unlike their private-sector counterparts – have been slow in raising external capital even as their capital ratios slide," says Rebaca Tan, a Moody’s analyst.

"Against such a backdrop, a continued deterioration of capitalisation will weaken the competitiveness of the State-owned banks and ultimately their credit profiles," says Tan.

By Yura Bryant

What is wealth?

Many people define wealth within a spectrum of many different values. Wealth can be defined within the context of monetary accumulation, good health or living a desired lifestyle.

No matter what criteria you attribute to wealth, it all boils down to the image of living a life beyond an average state of existence.

Going from that point of recognition, it is important you begin to recognize what develops a wealthy mindset. Even with these different variations of what can be defined as wealth; the key component within the equation is a mind which welcomes wealth within its confines.


(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on rumors/leaks from several sources which may or may not be truthful or accurate.)

Certain events are synchronizing for the RV release to occur.

Zimbabwe's election results is one of these events.

The winning party of Zimbabwe's election is working closely with the Alliance.

It is essential for Zimbabwe's assets to be released to the world for the RV/GCR and GESARA.

The passing and signing of the ZIDERA amendment bill will pave the way for Zimbabwe to share their assets to the world.


Manaolana3: Mon's CC was heaven-scent, as in, the sweet scent of a pikake lei that leaves a lasting fragrance and impression.

So many clues suggests they are further along than we know, or, they care to admit, because of their actions, and the speed in which they are doing things.

My biggest take-away was, that the Iraqi currency is now recognized internationally, and on par with the US dollar, per the article you BF on 7-28 thread, post 176, and BF again on subsequent threads. This is huge Walkingstick!

Thank you! Confirms they are Article VIII compliant, and they lifted their restrictions, as you all have been telling us. The evidence is in print, and it is unfolding right before our very eyes.

My copy of the Turkmenistan's article is like a road-map in itself! It's high-lighted, sequentially numbered, asterisked, with hand-written notes scribbled all over it. I refer to it now and then just to compare notes.