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Samson: Trump allows negotiations with Iran

2019/7/20 10:38 

US President Donald Trump announced that he had allowed Republican Senator Rand Paul to negotiate with Iran on easing tensions in the Gulf region.

"Rand, my friend, asked me if he could engage [in negotiations] and I answered yes," Trump said in a White House press statement. 

"If other senators ask me to get involved, I may also say yes, depending on who they are," Trump said. "I have a lot of people involved in this, and Iran will work very well."
LINK - http://alforatnews .com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=204072

Thank you Judy

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of July 20 2019

Compiled 20 July 2019 12:01 am EST by Judy Byington

Below is 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.

In the near future this will come to be. I wish you well in your humanitarian efforts and look forward to seeing you again on the other side of the RV where together, we will make life better for all.

Trust the Plan, Q: https://www.youtube .com/watch?v=KVeDKuHPDK8

Judy Note: A contact in DC said that Trump would be signing everything off Sat. July 20 and was setting up some kind of photo op.

TNT claimed that the banks were doing exchanges yesterday Thurs. July 18 and today Fri. July 19, plus planned on starting Tier 4 tomorrow Sat. July 20.

Notes From The Field  By Simon Black
July 16, 2019 Santiago, Chile

Insanity: Now even JUNK bonds have NEGATIVE yields

75 years ago this month, a group of 744 delegates from around the world gathered at the very posh Mount Washington Hotel in New Hampshire to build a brand new global financial system.

The year was 1944. World War II was still raging in Europe and the Pacific.

But with the successful invasion of Normandy well underway, the Allies knew that Hitler’s days were numbered. And they needed to start preparing for a post-war world.

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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Friday 7-19-19  

Chattels  US sanctions 4 Iraqis for corruption, human rights abuses By Mohammed Rwanduzy https://www.rudaw .net/english/middleeast/iraq/180720191

chattels  Iraq strikes Basra gas deal with America’s Honeywell By Lawk Ghafuri
https://www.rudaw .net/english/business/17072019

chattels  Iraq’s Ministry of Oil announced its intention to capture gas flares for electricity generation back in February 2019. Doing so could help improve Iraq’s ramshackle power grid, which suffers daily blackouts, and clean up the environment.

Iraqi officials had said they aim to end gas flares in Iraq by 2021


Don961: How does corruption in Iraq threaten ordinary citizens and foreign investors?

- One Day Ago

The website of a modern diplomat published a report on the political and humanitarian challenge that has become as important and perhaps more complex than terrorism in Iraq.

The British website pointed out that the levels of corruption in Iraq have witnessed an unprecedented rise, which negatively affected the basic relationship between the Iraqi state and its citizens.

Samantha Maalouf, an international relations research assistant, said ordinary citizens were the only ones at risk because of the country's endemic culture of xenophobia and foreign investors, such as the French telecom giant Orange, And their exit from the market, which requires enormous support.

"The lack of credibility and legitimacy of official government institutions in Iraq is the focus of the many difficulties in the country "

The lack of credibility and legitimacy of official government institutions in Iraq is at the heart of the country's many difficulties, including the government's futile attempts to fight the state's organization during its first offensive in 2014, to the graft that appears to have been carried out in every national bureaucracy.