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Saddlebred: That's pretty LOUD. $1,000,000,000 Loan and cancellation of Paris Club debts. Add that to the deal Jordan is supposed to sign in a few hours and another big US company's contract in Iraq, that BOOM should be SONIC - International go, go, go. IMO

Samson: France offers a large loan to Iraq

2nd February, 2019

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves LODRIAN announced that his country had agreed to grant a one-billion-dollar loan to Iraq for the reconstruction of the war-affected areas against the terrorist.

Ludran's comments came after negotiations in Baghdad with his Iraqi counterpart Mohammed al-Hakim.

During his visit to Baghdad, Loudrian held two meetings with Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi and Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohamed Halboussi.

25 Bloggers Share The Worst Financial Advice They’ve Ever Received
By Be Net Worthy 

Inspired by the popularity of my Halloween post on the scariest financial advice I have ever received, I decided to open up the topic to a wider group. And who else to offer thoughts on bad financial advice than personal finance bloggers?

So below, you’ll see some pretty awful financial advice, all offered by some of the most active personal finance bloggers today. And it’s not just bad investing advice or bad college advice that they’ve received.

Thank you Judy

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Feb. 2 2019

Compiled 2 Feb. 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington

Below was a summary of information from the Internet. It would be up to the individual reader to do their own research and decide whether or not it was valid. A Special Thank You to Martha for her untiring research efforts in discerning the Truth and to Ken who uncovers almost unlimited intel on pedophiles to help us Save the Children.

As of Jan. 21 2019 We The People returned to the original Constitution. Power over political affairs has now been taken away from political elites in Washington DC and given back to The People in their local State-run governments. We give thanks President Trump and the brave souls of the Alliance, whom we keep in our prayers.

Patience is a Virtue. Having Virtue is a sign of a good moral being. Good moral beings have the power to overcome evil and change the world.

A. Judy Note: Rumored Timeline

By James Clear   |    Life Lessons

In 1997, Warren Buffett, the famous investor and multi-billionaire, proposed a thought experiment.

“Imagine that it is 24 hours before you are going to be born,” he said, “and a genie comes to you.”

“The genie says you can determine the rules of the society you are about to enter and you can design anything you want. You get to design the social rules, the economic rules, the governmental rules. And those rules are going to prevail for your lifetime and your children's lifetime and your grandchildren's lifetime.”

“But there is a catch,” he said.


Samson: Russia and China give up US bonds

1st February, 2019

China and Russia have cut their holdings of US government debt, while Saudi Arabia has left the list of top 10 US bondholders, data released by the US Treasury Department on Thursday showed.

China's holdings of US Treasuries reached $ 1.21 trillion in November, down from $ 1.138 trillion in October.

Still, China remains the largest holder of US Treasury bills and bonds outside the United States, followed by Japan at $ 1,036.6 billion.

Besides China, Russia cut its investment in the bonds last November by $ 1.8 billion to $ 12.8 billion.