Samson: Disclosure of Iraq's crude oil reserves
Iraq's oil reserves stood at 147 billion barrels, BP said on Saturday.
The company said in its statistical review of the global energy sector for 2019, Iraq's crude oil reserves record 147 billion barrels to replace Iraq in the fifth place in the world.
Venezuela topped the list with a reserve of 303 billion barrels and Saudi Arabia second with 297 billion barrels. Canada, according to estimates of the company, ranked third with reserves of 168 billion barrels, and Iran 156 billion. LINK - http://alforatnews .com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=200892
Thank you Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of June 15 2019
Compiled 15 June 2019 12:01 am 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 is valid
Judy Note: As of Wed. night June 12 the new gold/asset-backed US Treasury Note (USTN) was said to have gone live, the AIIB, World Bank and BIS were repositioned and all were said to have signed off on the Global Currency Reset.
At any time and likely on Sunday afternoon-evening June 16 notification could be sent out to set Zim redemption and currency exchange appointments through use of 800#s, or by individual contact in text, or email. Redemption Center personnel have been asked to report to work to cover appointments early Mon. morning June 17.
Zim redemption would only be done through HSBC Bank. The Global Currency Reset was said to go on a shotgun start where individuals, groups, packages, Whales, Europe, Asia – everyone – would all go at once.
Word was that if the GCR didn’t go by Sun. June 16 the Chinese would take over so we could begin appointments at least by Mon. June 17.
How to Be Great? Just Be Good, Repeatedly
Over the years, we’ve all encountered our fair share of successes and failures. As I’ve acquired more of both under my name, I’ve started to contemplate which experiences were truly “great” and why.
Interestingly enough, I realized that it was not the sporadic highs that were exceptional, but instead the long hauls; the sequences of events that seemed minimal at each juncture, but compounded into major gains.
This led me to think further about what greatness truly means. I’ve come to learn that it’s not about overnight successes or flashes of excellence, but periods of repeatable habits.
Perhaps “great’, is just “good”, but repeatable.
Don961: Tip for the return of the global economy to «zero square»
Friday 14 June 2019
Capitals / agencies
The global financial crisis took place in 2008 against the backdrop of the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers, which led to the turmoil of the financial markets in addition to the downward trend that dominated the global economy at the time. The crisis has prompted major central banks around the world to resort to quantitative easing programs that inject liquidity into markets to drive the economy and boost growth.
But a few years ago, central banks gradually moved away from these stimulus policies and monetary tightening in line with strong growth in the global economy, while the elimination of loose monetary policy was accompanied by signs of a global economic slowdown amid trade and geopolitical concerns.