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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Thursday Early PM 8-31-17 
tman23: ERBIL — A Turkmen leader from the Shi’ite Badr Organization called for ousting Iraqi President Fuad Masum, and all the Kurdish ministers from Baghdad, in response to the independence vote the Kurdistan Region has planned to hold in September.
In an interview with Baghdad-based Al Rasheed TV, Mohammad Mahdi al-Bayati, the Shi’ite militia leader said that the President of Iraq must leave Baghdad, arguing that “there is no sense that the president is from Kurds.”

Frank26: When we were talking, I told him, I said: you know what sir? You know what, sir? This kind of reminds me a little bit about… You know those football players that refuse to stand up for the national anthem? He said: yeah, what about those punks?

[Transcriber’s note: this conversation may get a little difficult to follow so I will designate Walkingstick’s words with WS, and Frank’s words with an F.]

F: They probably have never fought for the freedom of their country, for the rights of their parents, of their families. They’ve never been in harm’s way before. They don’t know what it’s like. They don’t know what it’s like. WS:  Well, they should know what it’s like to cover a six. F: I know, sir. I know, I know. I know, those that don’t stand up to salute the flag are disrespecting the freedom of those that have given it to them.

They are  selfish. They are abusing a right that many soldiers have paid the price for. They are  spoiled brats, and I understand that you feel negative.


KTFA Conference Call – August 28, 2017

*** The comments made by Frank26, Delta, and others are their sole OPINIONS and cannot and should not be used as any form of financial, tax, banking or investment advice! We offer NO DATE, NO RATE on this forum!!! ***
CC Notes Monday, August 28, 2017
Frank26: Now, what we’re going to do is walk into the second part of our conference call tonight which is the study of the Iraqi Dinar.


Samson:  The holiday is five days from Friday to Wednesday

30th August, 2017

The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers announced on Wednesday in a brief statement that "Eid al-Adha holiday will begin on Friday 1/9/2017 and resume on Wednesday, 6/9/2017

On Monday, the Iraqi cabinet denied reports that the Eid al-Adha holiday had been set.
The Council pointed out that "the news that the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers announced on Sunday evening that the holiday of Eid al-Adha will begin from Thursday, August 31, until Tuesday, September 5, is incorrect and was published by Before the mass citizen was contacted by the Secretariat and warn of the publication of news in the future. "
It is noteworthy that the Kurdistan Regional Government, set earlier in the days of Eid al-Adha, from August 31, until September 5 next, noting that "on Wednesday, September 6 will be an official term."


Wednesday UPDATE for August 30, 2017

An article surfaced indicating that PM Abadi was called on to "curb the depletion of hard currency" due to passport carriers of VISA's exchanging 1,200 dinar for $3,000 USD noting these are currency dealers, not basic travelers indicating in the loss of state funds. (Unless I'm misreading this article)

Let's see what tomorrow brings!