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Bruce: Welcome Everybody to the Big Call from all around the globe. This is a really important time. We are coming up to the Winter Solstice Thursday, December 20th. A lot is happening right now. You are feeling the pressure of Christmas which is a week away, trying to get ready, last minute gift ideas, and travel plans going. We are getting ready for the most important blessing that maybe we ever experience by a long shot. 

I am excited because I know the intention is, we don’t call it, we don’t do dates or rates, on the Big Call. I can tell you we are in a very close proximate state where the intention is, China’s intention, for us to have this for Christmas. Their intention is to have the world have this for Christmas. We know parts of the world they already started. We are kind of behind.  

​They are ahead in parts of the world. They started in some parts of the world already. That is a good thing.




KTFA:

Samson: IFC is a sister organisation of the World Bank and a member of the World Bank Group.

IFC launches RPT governance course for Vietnam banks

December, 13/2017 - 14:00

Experts discuss the importance of related party transactions governance in commercial banks

HÀ NỘI — The International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO) on December 13 launched an online course on Related Party Transactions Governance for Vietnamese commercial banks.

Related party transactions (RPTs) are viewed as situations, which are open to a possible conflict of interest and can harm individual institutions and stakeholders, that should be subject to rigorous review.
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Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of Dec. 20 2017

Compiled 12:20 am EDT 20 Dec. 2017 by Judy Byington

A. Dec. 19 2017 The Big Call, Bruce: Thebigcall.net: 712-770-4016 code:123456#

1. The intention was to have this for Christmas Dec. 25.

2. Different parts of the world have already started the RV. It's only the US which is behind.

3. Today Dec. 19 around 3-4 pm EST Iraq was granted a loan from the World Bank which would allow the lower denominations of the Dinar to be put out.
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By Andrew Pacholyk, MS L.C

Our body and minds are stronger and more complex than most people realize. We are capable of much more. People place too many limits on what they can do. Learning to believe in yourself and your abilities is a hard job that never ends. 

​Although, it does get easier with time. You need to start pushing yourself.

Attempting things that are just outside your ability. I know, you’re saying to yourself, “I push myself,” or “I do my best,” but I am still struggling with money issues, then you are still stuck in the old belief pattern.
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Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Late Tuesday Night  12-18-17  

sandyf: Back in the beginning it was all about Iraq but following the financial crisis it all went pear shaped. This is an extract form something that was kicking about in 2010. If sanctions were not seen as a problem then, why would they be now, after all they are effectively over.
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