The Monetary Transition
By Peter Meyer
Post From the Final Wake Up Call
The Plan is to Abolish all Central Banks
The Future is proving the Past
The financial system must crash
Political Policy Analyses
The amount of debt in the world has expanded hugely since 2007, when financial institutions started failing. They failed because they had too much debt. Now, there’s even more debt.
There’s far more debt in all sectors, including the automobile, student loan, mortgage, and consumer sectors, not to mention government debt.
Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Monday 1-21-19
Woke AF A meeting was held at the Central Bank of Iraq under the chairmanship of the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq and attended by the President of the Financial Supervision Bureau, the Chairman of the Securities Commission, the President of the Iraqi Accountants and Auditors, and the Vice President of the Iraqi Society of Certified Accountants and KPMG.
The meeting dealt with the prospects of professional work and the legal requirements regarding auditing and professional consultancy provided by these companies.
Late Sunday night addition.....
The Budget is "supposed" to be voted on during Tuesdays' session. Members are dissatisfied with Mahdi's progress during his first 100 days.
KajunRedBull: Question: What does the "People" expect Mahdi to do when "their" parlament keep voting down progress in the house? Correction, "The members of the house" what do they want Mahadi to do when they keep things from going forward!?
Lou: It’s a big game....... they already know who they want.,.....it’s just got to be made public...
Airam: So we depend on this ppl for the RV then that is what we have a charade ......so we can not argue with them .....we decided freely to make this so ......we wait until the clowns end their show ......lol......lol….. Iraq can't be taken seriously by the rest of the economic world......Iraq is a charade
Sunny: airam, IMO, there are some like in in the USA. Just their crimes have not caught up with them . . . yet.