Post From IQDCalls Chat Room
Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights EarlyThursday 9-14-17
chattels: ISIS is near defeat in Iraq. Now comes the hard part.
chattels: Old disputes between Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds over territory, resources and power already are resurfacing as the victors of the battles compete to control liberated areas or jostle for political advantage in the post-Islamic State landscape.
chattels: These rivalries now are compounded by the mammoth task of rebuilding the towns and cities destroyed by the fighting, returning millions of displaced people to their homes, and reconciling the communities that once welcomed the Islamic State’s brutal rule as preferable to their own government’s neglect and abuse.
RVAlready: I think Dinarland is nervous, waiting for the US Treasury to give the green light to the banks.
9Ball: If the President gets his tax reform through it will eliminate the "Death Tax". That is great news for us Older dinarians. We will be able to leave 100% of our estate to our heirs. This tax has caused the eliminations of about 60% or Family Farms in the last 50 yrs.. jmho
Elmerf123456: Check the location of this! Separation of the Regions is not in the best interest of the entire nation! To much going on!!
http://project-iraq.com/ I'm in a good place!
A split is not a good thing keeping them together so we get over the hump is fantastic give the Kurds their perpetuity and honor the 17% HCl on a regular monthly basis and everybody will be happy
Fishkissed: Elmer sounds like the Kurds settling down may help our cause?
Elmerf123456: When you have waited as long as many of us have once a day or two? This is definitely a game of patience and the situation we're not in control of
MilitiaMan: This to me is telling us they are fully ready to do what is expected of the CBI with international standards. They have contracted with some very big names that are respected globally and that tells me they are not going to be at a program rate in the proximal future. Thanks for the article WS, I'll bet your shaken your head on how powerful the articles are becoming as the train pulls into the station.. lol imo –MM
Walkingstick: Controller and Auditor
Mustafa Mohamed Ibrahim
often confused Maeetm and ambiguity between the control and audit in Iraq because ofpoor social awareness, staff and specialists The majority and the rest of the segments of the society to Aevrkon between the control and audit, see : most controlled and scrutiny from one perspective it is only monitoring work. In fact, there is
a radical difference between the observer and the auditor in two ways in the language and in the mechanism of work or implementation, if we look at the
first is the difference in the English language,
Compiled 12:05 am EDT 14 Sept. 2017 by Judy Byington
1. We hear that rates have been reset in the system and can be seen but not shared.
2. The old rates as we know them are the Dinar $3.71 and Dong $.47.
JesusLovesBaseball: The President of the Basra Council was sentenced to severe imprisonment for 3 years
Wednesday 13 September 2017 - 01:49 PM
President of Basra Governorate Council Sabah al-Bezouni
The Integrity Commission on Wednesday issued a verdict and the right of the President of the Basra Provincial Council Sabah Hassan Mohammed al-Bezouni, a three-year prison sentence based on the provisions of Article 319 penalties.
The Commission said in a statement received by al-Marbid a copy of it that the investigations department in the body, referring to the details of the case, the arrival of the court to the full conviction of the conviction Albzuni; to benefit from a civil company in return for forwarding a number of projects to that company, pointing out that the court decided to rule Shall be liable to a maximum of three years' imprisonment on the basis of the provision of the judgment in a clear and admissible judgment.
I'm a financial planner — here's what I tell people who ask if they're saving enough money
Business Insider Lauren Lyons Cole
September 12, 2017
Savings advice can sometimes seem like satire.
Start early. Save 15% of your income. Make sure it's your pretax income. Do it for 40 years. Cross your fingers. Click your heels.
But in the real world, that's not how it works for most people.