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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Monday 7-16-17  Part 3 of 3
txbrand: reminds me of a saying i found -------------> You don't have to be walking the same ways as everyone else to be going the right way for you. Just because my path is different doesn't mean I am lost.

Spectra: @txbrand good quote! :)
Sparky: @txbrand nice,.against the mass flow is usually correct

RVMAN: Can anyone tell me a site or person that you know without a doubt is telling the truth??? No one can cause all out info is 2nd or 5th hand. We just have to listen to all of it and pick what seems logical

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Monday 7-16-17  Part 2 of 3
Logs: It wouldn't be a change in rate on the site, the "offline" hack was completely independent
Spectra: the english is down the ENGLISH side!
Sergio: @Logs your pretty good at this stuff
Spectra: @Logs english side not working ?
Logs: working for me
Heron: Was probably not a hack, but was a developer screwing up the header codes for the page. They've done that before.
Sergio: @Logs what's your field of work
Logs: ty, been in the industry a while :)

Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Early Monday 7-16-17  Part 1 of 3
xyz: Cbi just got hacked
chattels: Qadir Haji Ali, age 62 and Omar Sayid Ali, 72, are in line to be elected as head of Gorran and replace the founder Nawshirwan Mustafa who died in May after a long battle with cancer. http://www.rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/17072017
xyz: Check https://cbi.iq/
xyz: About 10 minutes ago
chattels: Juba (sniper) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Juba Nationality Iraqi Occupation Sniper Known for Iraqi insurgency Juba Allegiance Islamic Army of Iraq (emblem).png Islamic Army in Iraq Juba (Arabic: جوبا‎‎) (a.k.a. "Joba") is the pseudonym of an alleged sniper involved in the Iraq War's insurgency, featured in several videos.

The second of these videos shows Juba claiming to have shot 37 American soldiers.[1] Whether Juba is a real individual, a role shared among multiple individuals, or a propaganda/media creation is unknown. Juba was allegedly murdered by ISIL in 2013 or 2014.[2]


Sunny:  WHEN YOU WANT PROOF Of Iraq Currency Revalue Plans: US Gov. Report

In the past there were Quarterly Reports to the United States Congress and the Secretaries of State and Defense.  The reports were compiled and presented to Congress and agencies by the "Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction."

These reports covered how funds were distributed and being used for reconstruction, security, development, defense, along with the economy, political conditions, etc.  including audits of those funds/accounts AND about revaluing Iraq's currency.

Below is a link to the PDF of the Quarterly Report dated April 30, 2012.   On page 94 using the PDF numbering, it says, 

"In April 2012, the CoM postponed indefinitely plans for a currency reform that would have removed three zeros from the Iraqi dinar in 2013 and required the issuance of new currency notes. The reform would have made the dinar’s value slightly less than $1. It is currently worth less than one-tenth of a cent."