Don961: This may get the politicians off their booties , cease the bickering ,,, and get the new government seated asap ... When their salaries are threatened for lack of funds , it could be the motivation they need to get moving ..Another motivation ... The citizens have had enough political shenanigans ... Imo
Samson: An official source : stop the program of credit readiness between Iraq and the International Monetary Fund
23rd July, 2018
An official source in the Iraqi government, stop the program of credit readiness signed by Iraq and the International Monetary Fund in 2015 until the formation of the next government
The source, who preferred not to be named for "economy News", said that "the program of credit readiness, which earned Iraq a loan of 5.4 billion dollars from the International Monetary Fund stopped until the formation of the next government," adding that "Iraq will begin after the resumption of the program The third review of the Iraqi economy by the International Monetary Fund
He pointed out that "the International Monetary Fund criticized some of the actions carried out by the government during the past years and the latest delay in the House of Representatives in the adoption of the draft budget law for the year 2018 because of political differences
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DJ: DID YOU KNOW?
On August 5th, 1914 (The day after the Declaration of war in Europe) the Currency and Bank Notes Act was passed in Europe, On the 7th August,= 1914, in order to avoid a run on the banks, the Treasury issued Treasury Notes signed by John Bradbury - a form of national credit backed by the credit of the nation.
It required that the Treasury immediately restart issuing such interest-free money, based upon the wealth, integrity and potential of the country. Such an initiative would completely remove the hold the banks have over the nation, and would kickstart a productive economy.
This allowed the Treasury to issue currency notes of £1 and 10/-.the “Bradbury Banknote”. These notes had full legal tender status and were convertible for gold through the Bank of England. The Chancellor of the day, Lloyd George, just a few hours after the midnight Declaration of War, touched on the need to preserve the country's gold.
Generation Wealth: How The Modern World Fell In Love With Money
Lauren Greenfield has spent years photographing the world’s richest people. Now she’s made a documentary on society’s obsession with extreme wealth – and its cost to us all
By Rupert Neate Sun 8 Jul 2018
Documentary photographer Lauren Greenfield was trying to form trusting relationships with members of a Mayan tribe in Mexico in the early 1990s when she picked up a discarded copy of Bret Easton Ellis’s Less Than Zero.
Note: All Dinarians should read this.....So it will NOT happen to you!
InvestorChick: Lotto Winner Loses It All
I had the pleasure of meeting a very charming senior in the last few weeks. It's my friends mother and this lady is in her 70's.
She won 5 million dollars in the year 2000. I saw a copy of the cheque on the fridge at her son's house. I did a double take because I've never seen a cheque that large.
Of course me being a Dinarian and riding this crazy ride along with all of the others, I have been fortunate enough over the past 5 years to have been educated by people like Tony etc and I have done my research about this kind of thing.
All of us have been told the statistics and I do realize that all of this waiting has been hard, although the real challenge comes after our blessing arrives.
"Late July/Early August Events" by Sierra (NZ) - 7.22.18
Entry Submitted by Sierra (NZ) at 3:44 AM EDT on July 22, 2018
What an extraordinary time it will be in the next two weeks. We will have the longest lunar eclipse on 27th July...the Full Moon on 28th July...Uranus goes Direct on 7th August...the powerful Lions Gate is on 8th August...and all the planets are lined up on one side of the sun until mid-August. Any one of these events is profound - FIVE is amazing.
Lunar eclipses are always life-changing on a personal and global level - and their effect can be felt for months afterwards.
The 27th July eclipse lasts for nearly four hours. Its timing is no accident when you consider what is taking place globally...