Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Thursday Evening 3-29-18
Zig: I have always read that most people have very little Dinar...
futuremoney: @Zig I know someone who has 30 million dinar
Whitelions: @JoeSchmoe Hi I just read where you said that there are so many people in this thing , well it just seams that way there is less than 1 % of the people in the USA where we are better informed than most countrys and world wide it's even less and those numbers come from the CBI and the Dinar sales over the last 13 years .
It just seams that way to a lot of people because we as Dinar holders are in the fourms and chat rooms but if you go from room to room and look at the sites you will see the same people in each very little new people
Thank You Judy
Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of March 29 2018
Compiled 12:01 am EDT 29 March 2018 by Judy Byington
Judy Note: For the last few days Templeton Collectibles has shown an offline screen. Yesterday Q said “Offline For a Reason.” (Q is an informant who gets intel direct from the White House & may be Trump himself).
Yesterday March 27 the Stock Market began a sharp downward spiral & was still down again at close today March 28. Bruce’s call last night indicated we might get those 800#s very soon and exchange through the Easter weekend, with the general public beginning their exchanges after banks reopen Tues. April 2.
TNT Call on Mon. March 26 indicated they would send out the 800#s during the day & when all US banks were open, meaning those 800#s could come in the afternoon sometime within the next couple of days. Today they said we should see this by at least Sun. April 1, or sooner
JJonesmx: DEVELOPING IRAQ’S INFRASTRUCTURE THROUGH A SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUND
Home / Developing Iraq’s Infrastructure Through A Sovereign Wealth Fund
Post Date: March 19, 2018
Author: Haneen Latif
The oil sector is the single main source of income for Iraq. The Iraqi government currently employs over 40% of the population with 90% of Iraqi oil revenues being paid as salaries and pensions for the public sector.
This leaves little room for supporting the costs of healthcare, education, defense and security among others and inevitably, long-term investment. This issue is only aggravated even further by the rapid depletion of Iraq’s foreign reserves.