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DR. CLARKE (4-4-18):

Our Latest OPINION, as of This Morning:


In our 3-26-18 POST ( LINK ), we said: 

“It would be a "MAJOR MIRACLE", if Iraq Officially & Publicly, Substantially increased the Value of their Dinar, On or Before, Sunday, APRIL 1, 2018.”

“OH, and we seriously doubt that the Substantially Increased Rate Value, is found ANYWHERE, in Iraq's 2018 Budget.”

WE WERE CORRECT - They DID NOT get it done on APRIL 1, 2018, and they DID NOT have the New Rate ANYWHERE in the 2018 Budget.

Do You Want the TRUTH? DO YOU?
(We don’t Care what ANY OTHER Information Provider, Conference Caller, Guru or Commenter, has to say about Any of this stuff. THIS is OUR Stuff.)

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Wednesday  4-4-18  

JoeSchmoe: So it looks like we have until at least May to wait on anything

futuremoney: @JoeSchmoe they always find something to push the date out for a least a month

JoeSchmoe: budget not opening til after elections and/or political stability,not that the budget will produce an increase

futuremoney: @JoeSchmoe where did you hear that

JoeSchmoe: read it at DP : as per abadi i think

Notes From The Field By Simon Black
April 2, 2018  Santiago, Chile
Why Elon Musk’s bankruptcy joke on Twitter isn’t funny

Nearly 4,000 years ago in the mid 18th century BC, the King of Babylon passed away, leaving the throne to his 18-year old son Hammurabi.

Hammurabi was smart enough to know that his kingship would be incredibly short if he didn’t do something quickly to assert his power.

So as his first order of business, Hammurabi made a bold proclamation that won him incredible support from his people: he forgave ALL citizens’ debt that was owed to the government… including high-ranking government officials.