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Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Wednesday 1-2-19  Part 2 of 2
Sam I Am  When people realize that they own a currency that's headed for demonetization they usually wake up and do the right thing
Woke AF  JoeSchmoe not true, I've only been in since April of last year. I ain't going no where. And honestly, everytime I see someone talking negatively about the Dinar, I buy more~

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Wednesday 1-2-19  Part 1 of 2
chattels Still no cabinet, eh ?
Doug_W dumb Iraquis
chattels Been away from the news a few days.
larrykn  they said they will get things past even if they don't get the vote done on the mp
Chattels David M. Witty @DavidMWitty1 29 Dec 2018 Iraqi PM Abdel Mahdi demands Parliament delay voting on nominees for Defense & Interior Ministers due to political differences.  http://mobp.as/2Mt6n

Courtesy of Dinar Guru

Breitling : …We’re looking at a currency [Iraqi Dinar]. We know what it used to be worth…the highest it was worth was $3.25. 

Saddam Hussein through his manipulated currencies said it was worth $3.75 but we know that’s not true. We had the first gulf war and it took a huge hit. So we know what the value went to at that stage. 

The second gulf war we knew it was going to drop to compete nothing so we injected the Iraqi economy with $1.5 billion worth of U.S currency so when we did the shock and awe they had money to spend…later on down the road they printed the currency that you and I have and they actually had to put $1.5 billion more U.S. dollars more into the economy because the popularity of the currency [Iraqi dinar] started going up. 

So what were they trying to do? Control the pace of the economy of Iraq. They actually had to do this a couple of times.

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