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Dinar Updates Sunday AM Chat   4-9-17  Part 2 of 2

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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights
forestnr4 says to BGG():Nice Sunday Morning Smile with some coffee!!!
BGG says():(y)
Elilali says():jeez louise, am I dreaming?
Elilali says():the news this morning is unreal

Dinar Updates Sunday AM Chat   4-9-17  Part 1 of 2

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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights

forestnr4 says():* What about the subject of deleting zeros and why the delay?
- The decision on the deletion of zeros can not be taken in isolation from the political and legal environment existing in the country under the security conditions prevailing as a result of terrorist acts and the exit of a number of provinces outside the control of the State for the years 2014, 2015, 2016,

​which certainly leads to delay in the implementation of this project in addition to This should be done in coordination with all State departments and the private sector.

Pre & Post RV Wise "Considerations" –  Part 2 of 2

Post By Cabo OOM Forum  From Dinar Recaps Archives
E) Install reflective film on your home windows.
F) Consider building a safe room.
G) Install two safes, one hidden and the other obscure.
H) Get training in self-defense / firearms.
I) Use PGP (or better) encryption on your computer and Email.
J) Don't trust anyone ... keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

Pre & Post RV Wise "Considerations" –  Part 1 of 2

Post By Cabo OOM Forum  From Dinar Recaps Archives
(Dinar Recaps Note: We post this for informational purposes only.  Dinar Recaps recommends that EVERYONE seek professional licensed advisers locally to suit their individual concerns & plans, not a cookie cutter approach.)
Things to Consider or help round out your Final Plans  -- Worth Printing or saving as document
Things to consider with your new found wealth. Some items you will use, others may not be for you. Do what you feel comfortable with, as I am just trying to help you round out your plan… 
1) Do your due diligence, Choose your bank (s) carefully, and set up CDARS (Certificates of Deposit Account Registry Service) accounts and all accounts should be POD (Paid on Death) accounts.

News, Rumors and Opinions Sunday Morning 4-9-17


Sheila: Iraq is supposed to have a rate in their currency to receive any money from the IMF. I believe this is so ?  Sheila

Article: Iraq receives one billion and 400 million dollars from the International Monetary Fundhttp://www.jumhuriya.news/news.php?id=10263

Jay:  I said the same thing Cole. As per IMF teachings, they were not supposed to get another dime until they RVd...   Hmmmmmmm........Now add Saturday was calling for a holiday for Sunday. With NO mention of the banks being closed or not. NOW today they tells us banks are open and the IMF has given them a portion of the loans...

Boxman:  Seems lots of money flowing...some to Greece, 1.4 billion to Iraq from IMF, recovery of lost funds...should be an interesting Sunday, with the holiday in Iraq...everyone off except security and BANKS...hmmm