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Well the goat is rapidly becoming just another BS artist right up there with tony with a T and Okie.
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They are certainly getting more detailed and technical these days! lol Makes for better storytelling and believability.
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I'm gonna post this again, just because I'm not sure where I put it before and Steve's comments don't really make sense without some context. This goes to something a lot of folks are very familiar with around here. Open monetary policy. It's the same thing our Fed, and many other central banks do to control the value of their currencies...buying and selling bonds. So, it looks like economic reform is how they get there, and open monetary policy is how they do it. Getting clearer.


Financial representative: on the Central Bank on monetary policy open

|On 2013-08-20 | Writer Anthony David


Baghdad/Hamad Daham

The parliamentary Finance Committee stressed that "the primary cause of high dollar to Iraqi dinar lies in the political set by the Central Bank since the monetary policy pursued by the Central Bank with businesses and banks that deal with the Bank".

The Committee Member said Faleh Sari for daily "Alalam" that "the Central Bank told the House Finance Committee will follow the new theme mechanism will make a significant contribution in raising the value of Iraqi dinars before next June and will be the mechanism to raise the value of the Iraqi dinar against the US dollar."

He said in effect that "on the Central Bank to reduce the size of the companies that deal with money raised in the auction, which will lead to the reduction of the value of the dollar and rely on open monetary policy without complicated procedures and controls and opening wider the hopes of State banks. The banknote market has seen obvious variation in the exchange rate of the US dollar against the Iraqi dinar.



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Enorrste:
KAP called me today, 3 times (!), to get me to chime in here. So here goes.
When I first read this short article I was somewhat disappointed because I felt that it might be dealing with the ages-long problem of the falling value of the dinar against the dollar. You all might recall that I picked one of the previous articles apart and said that it didn't refer to an RV or even a free float, but instead only of CONTROL of the currency rate.

Then I decided to follow KAP's totally prescient advice (that's a compliment!) and follow up with some research from the IMF. Here is what I found, thanks to KAP:

"By buying or selling bonds, bills, and other financial instruments in the open market, a central bank can expand or contract the amount of reserves in the banking system and can ultimately influence the country's money supply. When the central bank sells such instruments it absorbs money from the system. Conversely, when it buys it injects money into the system. This method of trading in the market to control the money supply is called open market operations."

This is directly from the IMF. Now we have the CBI stating that they will move to "open market operations." They are, clearly, referring to the very quote above in terms of meaning. What does that mean for us? Here comes the good news, folks.

You all may recall that I had a debate with Din************.com in which they said, unequivocally, that it would be impossible for Iraq to reduce the money supply. Well, guess what? The IMF has shown conclusively that "open market operations" clearly will allow the CBI to reduce the money supply. All they have to do is sell bonds!

Now, it gets better, because we know from many months ago that the CBI stated that their plan was to reduce the money supply, right? But we have always thought that the only way they could do that was to buy back the large denoms, right? NOW we see that the means to buy back the large denoms is to sell bonds. People will buy bonds with large denominated dinars. The CBI will destroy them. Therefore there will be no "coersion" as the Douchbags thought. It will be, quite simply, OPEN MARKET OPERATIONS! Duh!

They will be able to reduce the money supply by creating "debt" out of thin air, namely through selling bonds. The US has been doing this for over a generation. Iraq HAS NO DEBT, so their is very little risk for them in doing this, right?

The bottom line is that the CBI is announcing that they are about to follow the IMF "open market operations" program to a "T."

What does that mean? It means that they will begin to reduce the money supply! And what does that mean? It means that the VALUE of the remaining money will RISE. And what is the goal? Clearly stated, it is to get the dinar up in value BEFORE next June.

Now, you have to start somewhere before you get to BEFORE June, right? I think this article is saying that they are about to start. That means "free float." Sorry, Douchebags, but you lose and we win!

Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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I'm gonna post this again, just because I'm not sure where I put it before and Steve's comments don't really make sense without some context. This goes to something a lot of folks are very familiar with around here. Open monetary policy. It's the same thing our Fed, and many other central banks do to control the value of their currencies...buying and selling bonds. So, it looks like economic reform is how they get there, and open monetary policy is how they do it. Getting clearer.


Financial representative: on the Central Bank on monetary policy open

|On 2013-08-20 | Writer Anthony David


Baghdad/Hamad Daham

The parliamentary Finance Committee stressed that "the primary cause of high dollar to Iraqi dinar lies in the political set by the Central Bank since the monetary policy pursued by the Central Bank with businesses and banks that deal with the Bank".

The Committee Member said Faleh Sari for daily "Alalam" that "the Central Bank told the House Finance Committee will follow the new theme mechanism will make a significant contribution in raising the value of Iraqi dinars before next June and will be the mechanism to raise the value of the Iraqi dinar against the US dollar."

He said in effect that "on the Central Bank to reduce the size of the companies that deal with money raised in the auction, which will lead to the reduction of the value of the dollar and rely on open monetary policy without complicated procedures and controls and opening wider the hopes of State banks. The banknote market has seen obvious variation in the exchange rate of the US dollar against the Iraqi dinar.



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Enorrste:
KAP called me today, 3 times (!), to get me to chime in here. So here goes.
When I first read this short article I was somewhat disappointed because I felt that it might be dealing with the ages-long problem of the falling value of the dinar against the dollar. You all might recall that I picked one of the previous articles apart and said that it didn't refer to an RV or even a free float, but instead only of CONTROL of the currency rate.

Then I decided to follow KAP's totally prescient advice (that's a compliment!) and follow up with some research from the IMF. Here is what I found, thanks to KAP:

"By buying or selling bonds, bills, and other financial instruments in the open market, a central bank can expand or contract the amount of reserves in the banking system and can ultimately influence the country's money supply. When the central bank sells such instruments it absorbs money from the system. Conversely, when it buys it injects money into the system. This method of trading in the market to control the money supply is called open market operations."

This is directly from the IMF. Now we have the CBI stating that they will move to "open market operations." They are, clearly, referring to the very quote above in terms of meaning. What does that mean for us? Here comes the good news, folks.

You all may recall that I had a debate with Din************.com in which they said, unequivocally, that it would be impossible for Iraq to reduce the money supply. Well, guess what? The IMF has shown conclusively that "open market operations" clearly will allow the CBI to reduce the money supply. All they have to do is sell bonds!

Now, it gets better, because we know from many months ago that the CBI stated that their plan was to reduce the money supply, right? But we have always thought that the only way they could do that was to buy back the large denoms, right? NOW we see that the means to buy back the large denoms is to sell bonds. People will buy bonds with large denominated dinars. The CBI will destroy them. Therefore there will be no "coersion" as the Douchbags thought. It will be, quite simply, OPEN MARKET OPERATIONS! Duh!

They will be able to reduce the money supply by creating "debt" out of thin air, namely through selling bonds. The US has been doing this for over a generation. Iraq HAS NO DEBT, so their is very little risk for them in doing this, right?

The bottom line is that the CBI is announcing that they are about to follow the IMF "open market operations" program to a "T."

What does that mean? It means that they will begin to reduce the money supply! And what does that mean? It means that the VALUE of the remaining money will RISE. And what is the goal? Clearly stated, it is to get the dinar up in value BEFORE next June.

Now, you have to start somewhere before you get to BEFORE June, right? I think this article is saying that they are about to start. That means "free float." Sorry, Douchebags
, but you lose and we win!

 Quoting: ReVbo™

Was doucebags necesary? lol

Why does he think that anyone would use large denomination dinar bills to buy bonds?
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DinarDouchebags.com is that site for lopsters. I don't think there are very many large denoms left in Iraq, and he's talking about in-country, not us, but they would probably do it for the same reasons we buy T-bills...savings and investment.
Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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DinarDouchebags.com is that site for lopsters. I don't think there are very many large denoms left in Iraq, and he's talking about in-country, not us, but they would probably do it for the same reasons we buy T-bills...savings and investment.
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OHhhh.. not familiar with all the dinar sites.

Ok... however, would that be reducing the amount of dinar that much? When you have a large percentage in poverty, how will that work in - country to reduce the currency?

Didn't I read that this process involved auctions and bonds?
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DinarDouchebags.com is that site for lopsters. I don't think there are very many large denoms left in Iraq, and he's talking about in-country, not us, but they would probably do it for the same reasons we buy T-bills...savings and investment.
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OHhhh.. not familiar with all the dinar sites.

Ok... however, would that be reducing the amount of dinar that much? When you have a large percentage in poverty, how will that work in - country to reduce the currency?

Didn't I read that this process involved auctions and bonds?
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Well, the poor don't generally have the larger denominations anyway, so it's the folks with 25K notes stuffed in their mattresses that this would be targeting. Once they do economic reform and float the rate, people are going to be more willing to use banks, and more willing to invest in things other than cash. I guess it could just be a flop, but Iraqis are selling tons of dinars for dollars every day. I would assume, if they are willing to sell for dollars, they would be willing to sell for dinar-denominated bonds, especially if the economy starts growing as it will once economic reform, and market diversification, takes hold.

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DinarDouchebags.com is that site for lopsters. I don't think there are very many large denoms left in Iraq, and he's talking about in-country, not us, but they would probably do it for the same reasons we buy T-bills...savings and investment.
 Quoting: ReVbo™


OHhhh.. not familiar with all the dinar sites.

Ok... however, would that be reducing the amount of dinar that much? When you have a large percentage in poverty, how will that work in - country to reduce the currency?

Didn't I read that this process involved auctions and bonds?
 Quoting: calin


Well, the poor don't generally have the larger denominations anyway, so it's the folks with 25K notes stuffed in their mattresses that this would be targeting. Once they do economic reform and float the rate, people are going to be more willing to use banks, and more willing to invest in things other than cash. I guess it could just be a flop, but Iraqis are selling tons of dinars for dollars every day. I would assume, if they are willing to sell for dollars, they would be willing to sell for dinar-denominated bonds, especially if the economy starts growing as it will once economic reform, and market diversification, takes hold.
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I get that ReV... but this process is supposed to be for keeping the exchange rate level. I don't get this guys big revelation - that's all.
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It's not really that big of a revelation. It's just something that went along with the "Open Monetary Policy" article I posted. Buying and selling bonds is how most central banks control the value of their currencies. When they want to increase the value, they sell bonds to lower money supply. When they want to lower the value, they buy bonds and increase the money supply, like our Fed is doing now with QE3 through MBS purchases. Ordinarily, they try to keep values in a fairly stable range, but that doesn't mean they can't just go all-in on selling bonds and sucking in money supply. The issue is, how much have they gotten in already through the auctions. If they have gotten as much as I think they have, they won't need to sell many bonds, except to larger holders of IQD to get the last few larger in-country notes out of circulation. We're not talking about 30 trillion dinars here. More like 2-5 trillion is my guess.

Here's a little bank story I came across this morning from a guy I who doesn't post this kind of stuff...

Quadkidd1:
I too have a contact at WF and although I don't know this guy very well he says that his mother works for the US govt and her role is in the banking sector and the purpose of her job is the efforts of , the US and Iraq and the coordination of the banking between the US and Iraq. He IS on board with the RV theory and holds IQD. That's about all I will say but I did sit down face to face with him and discussed the above. Is it all true ???? Well all I can say is what I am stating is true and as far as his information... I hope so too!

Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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Good point re: bonds from Aloha Alex on DA:

Profits from bonds are tax-free, which is why some very wealthy Americans use them to pay all their taxes, so inessence, never having to pay taxes. One of the tricks the rich use to stay rich. A good financial planner will know which ones to invest in.
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It's interesting to me how this thing has evolved, and how I've evolved since I got involved in it. In the early days, for me, and I think for most of Dinarland (and it's still that way for most of Dinarland), this whole thing was shrouded in mystery and intrigue, and it was seemingly based on the idea that they were breaking all the traditional rules of economics to get this done. As it turns out, all Iraq needs to make this thing happen is economic reform, market capitalism, and an open monetary policy, three things that are in any Econ 101 Macro textbook.

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It's not really that big of a revelation. It's just something that went along with the "Open Monetary Policy" article I posted. Buying and selling bonds is how most central banks control the value of their currencies. When they want to increase the value, they sell bonds to lower money supply. When they want to lower the value, they buy bonds and increase the money supply, like our Fed is doing now with QE3 through MBS purchases. Ordinarily, they try to keep values in a fairly stable range, but that doesn't mean they can't just go all-in on selling bonds and sucking in money supply. The issue is, how much have they gotten in already through the auctions. If they have gotten as much as I think they have, they won't need to sell many bonds, except to larger holders of IQD to get the last few larger in-country notes out of circulation. We're not talking about 30 trillion dinars here. More like 2-5 trillion is my guess.

Here's a little bank story I came across this morning from a guy I who doesn't post this kind of stuff...

Quadkidd1:
I too have a contact at WF and although I don't know this guy very well he says that his mother works for the US govt and her role is in the banking sector and the purpose of her job is the efforts of , the US and Iraq and the coordination of the banking between the US and Iraq. He IS on board with the RV theory and holds IQD. That's about all I will say but I did sit down face to face with him and discussed the above. Is it all true ???? Well all I can say is what I am stating is true and as far as his information... I hope so too!

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Well all I can say is what I am stating is true and as far as his information... I hope so too!

He didn't give any information!!!
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Good point re: bonds from Aloha Alex on DA:

Profits from bonds are tax-free, which is why some very wealthy Americans use them to pay all their taxes, so inessence, never having to pay taxes. One of the tricks the rich use to stay rich. A good financial planner will know which ones to invest in.
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Thanks for the lesson! ;)
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It's interesting to me how this thing has evolved, and how I've evolved since I got involved in it. In the early days, for me, and I think for most of Dinarland (and it's still that way for most of Dinarland), this whole thing was shrouded in mystery and intrigue, and it was seemingly based on the idea that they were breaking all the traditional rules of economics to get this done. As it turns out, all Iraq needs to make this thing happen is economic reform, market capitalism, and an open monetary policy, three things that are in any Econ 101 Macro textbook.
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Are you still thinking an RV or just the float?
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Maybe this will help a bit more with your questions on Enorrste's comments from earlier. Someone asked him basically the same question. I think his response is similar to mine, but he may shed a little more light.


Enorrste:
I don't believe anything can be said about Iraq's position regarding international acceptance of the dinar from this article. What CAN be deduced is that they are planning for the value to rise. Whether that happens before, during, or after international recognition of the currency cannot be deduced from this article. However, it makes sense to think that it would coincide with international recognition of the dinar.

Next, it is easy to make a blanket assumption that "Iraqis are poor and can't afford to buy bonds." On what would you base that assumption? As in all economies there are some who have a lot of money, and those are always the people who are bond buyers. The same will occur in Iraq. It is also probably true that those are the ones who are still holding on to large denom notes, since they can afford them. In short, I see no problem at all with the CBI offering to sell bonds. Clearly they are in a better position than you or I am in determining whether there is a potential market, right?

Rev. 21:4 He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.
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[mort] 12:10 pm wed got info from my guy that 2 days ago there were 100 countries run through with no problem, now the rest are run through ok but there are #7 countries who are not happy with their rate and want it changed, but now all rates are in the banks and on the screens and just waiting for the US treasury to push the button, Christine LaGarde has had it with this whole process taking forever for it to happen. She said the #7 countries will stay as is and they will just have to deal with it. She said if the US treasury Doesn't press the button today the IMF will step in and press the button for them-they want this done!!
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It's interesting to me how this thing has evolved, and how I've evolved since I got involved in it. In the early days, for me, and I think for most of Dinarland (and it's still that way for most of Dinarland), this whole thing was shrouded in mystery and intrigue, and it was seemingly based on the idea that they were breaking all the traditional rules of economics to get this done. As it turns out, all Iraq needs to make this thing happen is economic reform, market capitalism, and an open monetary policy, three things that are in any Econ 101 Macro textbook.
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Are you still thinking an RV or just the float?
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I find it harder and harder to argue with Kaperoni and Enorrste that they will just float it from where it is, just because that's how it's done. I see all the downsides of a free float from 1166, but SWFG proved, a long time ago, that there has never been an appreciation shock of more than, I think, about 50% overnight. We would be looking for 100,000%, or better, which would break all the rules of traditional economics. I believe they can get to where they want to be using traditional economics, so I don't believe they are going to break those rules. I could be way off, and they come out at 86 cents just as sort of an IPO rate, since IQD is so grossly undervalued at the moment, but if Kap's right, the gap up on the first day would get it close to there anyway, so it doesn't even really matter.
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It's interesting to me how this thing has evolved, and how I've evolved since I got involved in it. In the early days, for me, and I think for most of Dinarland (and it's still that way for most of Dinarland), this whole thing was shrouded in mystery and intrigue, and it was seemingly based on the idea that they were breaking all the traditional rules of economics to get this done. As it turns out, all Iraq needs to make this thing happen is economic reform, market capitalism, and an open monetary policy, three things that are in any Econ 101 Macro textbook.
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Yep, its really quite simple. What gives value to currency, when it is not artificially pegged. When has pegged it and for what reason. Are those reasons still valid, if not why does the peg still exist. It would appear that most of the reasons for a peg are no longer in existence, and as for what creates value in a particular species of money, I think gold, oil and reserves speak for themselves. The peg and who holds the key would seem to be the pertinent question. The rest as far as I can see is just fluff.

Having said all that the power lies in removing the peg and those that hold its removal.
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Time to think post RV. Here is some good info from some other folks.

Eagle!. Be sure to run this by a good tax attorney or your fiscal team if you have one. Hope it helps.

Put funds into NIB accounts (non interest bearing backed by UST). 1) IQD 2) VND

WELLS FARGO is offering us an account equal to the TAG ACCOUNTS that were created under Dodd-Frank in this account funds WILL NOT SUFFER DE-VALUATION .. and WON'T TAKE A LOSS IN THEIR VALUE

Put the moneys from dinars exchange into a bank that is thoroughly and totally Basel III compliant:

- Zero balance - Non-Interest bearing account

It is an account they WILL CREATE FOR YOU. If you talk with your banker or your private banker, they will set this up for you

They will probably want to SET IT UP AS A BUSINESS ACCOUNT, rather than a personal account. That's the language they have used with me (Eagle1) as I've spoken to them about it.

And what they want to do is attach it to our Trust accounts. That's how they want to attach them (the TAG accounts). ZERO BALANCE ACCOUNT & NON-INTEREST BEARING. (Tag accounts) is a short-term proposition until ready to diversify funds (purchase property, metals, brokerage account, purchase short-term T-Bills or US Treasury Bonds. T-Bills are sold by the bank in 30-day increments, 60-day increments, 90 day increments. You can buy them at whatever length you want to. So if you got $10million from your exchange, after you have exchanged your dinar.. you can go buy 60-day or 90-day treasury bills (treasury bonds), that will expire and pay out at the end of that.

Having the zero balance account, and having the non-interest bearing

.. if you got $10 million USD , or $50 million usd in that account, Wells Fargo WILL PROTECT IT BY DISTRIBUTION. CDARS is a distribution system where the funds are distributed across numerous accounts, and across numerous finance entities, FOR THE SAKE OF PROTECTION. And I believe that that is what WF intends to do. The alternative to it is to have U.S.Treasuries.

You can purchase your own US treasuries. WF or any bank will sell you US treasuries, and you can use those, you can use your USD, even the funds that you would get, if you EXCHANGED DONG, or RUPIAH.

You can use those dollars to purchase treasuries AND PROTECT THE MONEY = just as though it were in a tag account.

Set up a sweep (cash) account (no risky investments are in it). For a couple (2 beneficiars (PODs) the account is insured up to 1.5 million. FDIC covers up tp 250k. DIF (better) covers over 250k. WF SPIC coverage best.

Joint accounts (i.e., multiple owners) — Cash sweep deposits are insured for up to $1 million in the case of two owners — plus an additional $250,000 for each additional owner.

Trust/transfer-on-death (TOD) accounts — Cash sweep deposits are insured for up to $750,000 in the case of one owner/one beneficiary — with additional insurance coverage for each additional owner/beneficiary combination (e.g., with two owners and two beneficiaries, the total is $1.5 million).

WF current Bank Deposit Sweep Program places no more than $250,000 at each of the second and third affiliate banks for a total of $750,000 for individual accounts (higher for joint and trust/transfer-on- death (TOD) accounts depending on the number of owners/beneficiaries).

Deposit solutions The Private Bank also offers you a number of premium deposit services to provide convenience, flexibility and control. All of our deposit accounts come with: [link to www.wellsfargo.com (secure)]

•No monthly service fees
•The Private Bank debit card
•Free Wells Fargo checks
•Increased ATM withdrawal limits
•The Wells Fargo Private Banking PMA® Package

Want Black credit card and NO bank or spread fees - ever

Put 50% for taxes into short term (30 day T-Bills) or tax free municipal bond mutual funds and generate a monthly "tax free" income until you need to pay taxes.

Obtain (30 -40) CCC [Clean, Clear Funds of Non-Criminal Origin Certificate] signed by the bank [link to www.fourwinds10.net]

Put aside a ____% into Brokerage Account (generals64.info) "commodity exchange" 11% fee/tax only if you are in the general's group.

Set up a MCA (foreign multi currency account and hold a percentage in other currencies (Canadian Dollar, Aussie Dollar, British Pound, Yuan/Hong Kong, Swiss Francs) A multi-currency account is simply a bank account, with a single account number, in which you can hold balances in various different currencies.

Purchase property and metals

Set aside ? mil for Annuities which provide monthly income for 20 -30 years

Set up Charitable Trust account to save principal which will be passed onto beneficiaries

CXI website. www.ceifx.com/index.php

THE QUESTIONS:

WHAT TYPE OF BANK ACCOUNTS DO YOU HAVE AVAILABLE?

Put funds into NIB accounts (non interest bearing backed by UST). 1) IQD 2) VND

Set up a sweep (cash) account (no risky investments are in it). For a couple (2 beneficiars (PODs) the account is insured up to 1.5 million. FDIC covers up tp 250k. DIF (better) covers over 250k. WF SPIC coverage best

T-BILLS .. or US Treasury bonds. T-Bills are sold by the bank in 30-day increments, 60-day increments, 90 day increments. You can buy them at whatever length you want to. So if you got $10million from your exchange, after you have exchanged your dinar.. you can go buy 60-day or 90-day treasury bills (treasury bonds), that will expire and pay out at the end of that.
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It's interesting to me how this thing has evolved, and how I've evolved since I got involved in it. In the early days, for me, and I think for most of Dinarland (and it's still that way for most of Dinarland), this whole thing was shrouded in mystery and intrigue, and it was seemingly based on the idea that they were breaking all the traditional rules of economics to get this done. As it turns out, all Iraq needs to make this thing happen is economic reform, market capitalism, and an open monetary policy, three things that are in any Econ 101 Macro textbook.
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Yep, its really quite simple. What gives value to currency, when it is not artificially pegged. When has pegged it and for what reason. Are those reasons still valid, if not why does the peg still exist. It would appear that most of the reasons for a peg are no longer in existence, and as for what creates value in a particular species of money, I think gold, oil and reserves speak for themselves. The peg and who holds the key would seem to be the pertinent question. The rest as far as I can see is just fluff.

Having said all that the power lies in removing the peg and those that hold its removal.
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And here, I've been thinking they were re-inventing the wheel. They're not re-inventing it. They're just building it out of 24 carat gold.
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Ohhh . . . that is some good advice right there! Buying US T-bills . . .

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Ohhh . . . that is some good advice right there! Buying US T-bills . . .

whatever
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Iraqi bonds, AC. Not American. They have almost no debt at the moment, so they should be able to sell quite a few.

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Ohhh . . . that is some good advice right there! Buying US T-bills . . .

whatever
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Iraqi bonds, AC. Not American. They have almost no debt at the moment, so they should be able to sell quite a few.
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Anything the US, bonds and treasuries I want not part of, and when you speak of FDIC, do you really think they could cover a major banking failure, they are broke now. No perhaps these Ideas would have been good at a differ time Alex, but not now.

I would rather arrange for a large purchase of bullion to be made at the time of trade in and take it home with me. As far as cashing in do it for lawful money, it then is untaxable.

Banks now consider depositors, as investors and hence you can loose it all in a bank failure, learn from cypress. Would be terrible to have a cash in one week and to be broke the next. No thanks, its gold or tangible goods for me, prearranged purchases at the time of cash in.
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Ohhh . . . that is some good advice right there! Buying US T-bills . . .

whatever
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Iraqi bonds, AC. Not American. They have almost no debt at the moment, so they should be able to sell quite a few.
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Anything the US, bonds and treasuries I want not part of, and when you speak of FDIC, do you really think they could cover a major banking failure, they are broke now. No perhaps these Ideas would have been good at a differ time Alex, but not now.

I would rather arrange for a large purchase of bullion to be made at the time of trade in and take it home with me. As far as cashing in do it for lawful money, it then is untaxable.

Banks now consider depositors, as investors and hence you can loose it all in a bank failure, learn from cypress. Would be terrible to have a cash in one week and to be broke the next. No thanks, its gold or tangible goods for me, prearranged purchases at the time of cash in.
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Oh, they're not getting my dinars for any junk bond, but that's not to say they won't get plenty.

Agree with everything you have to say there, ts. My only question is about lawful money. I've seen you mention it before and haven't really looked into it, but are you talking about Treasury Notes? If so, where do I get those? They were only allowed to print, like, $100m, or so, a year, and they stopped even doing that about 30 years ago if I'm not mistaken, and replaced them completely with FRNs. Assuming it's true that I wouldn't have to pay taxes on that, and I feel like I'd be in for quite a fight with the IRS, how are they gonna find enough Treasury Notes to pay more than a few dinarians?

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It's interesting to me how this thing has evolved, and how I've evolved since I got involved in it. In the early days, for me, and I think for most of Dinarland (and it's still that way for most of Dinarland), this whole thing was shrouded in mystery and intrigue, and it was seemingly based on the idea that they were breaking all the traditional rules of economics to get this done. As it turns out, all Iraq needs to make this thing happen is economic reform, market capitalism, and an open monetary policy, three things that are in any Econ 101 Macro textbook.
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Are you still thinking an RV or just the float?
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I find it harder and harder to argue with Kaperoni and Enorrste that they will just float it from where it is, just because that's how it's done. I see all the downsides of a free float from 1166, but SWFG proved, a long time ago, that there has never been an appreciation shock of more than, I think, about 50% overnight. We would be looking for 100,000%, or better, which would break all the rules of traditional economics. I believe they can get to where they want to be using traditional economics, so I don't believe they are going to break those rules. I could be way off, and they come out at 86 cents just as sort of an IPO rate, since IQD is so grossly undervalued at the moment, but if Kap's right, the gap up on the first day would get it close to there anyway, so it doesn't even really matter.
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Incidentally, we should really all be for the float. If that's the case, and I'm betting it is by not buying any more dinar or reserves until the Econ Reform shows up on Parliament's agenda, I get to jump right in the minute it goes at 1166 and buy as much as I can afford. That way, I'm not locking up money that I need right now by stuffing in the mattress. I think I mentioned it before, but that's probably why Forbes, WealthDaily, etc are not dinar fans. They can't trade it and make money on it today. I'm sure their tune will change as soon as dinars become tradeable.
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Ohhh . . . that is some good advice right there! Buying US T-bills . . .

whatever
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Iraqi bonds, AC. Not American. They have almost no debt at the moment, so they should be able to sell quite a few.
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Anything the US, bonds and treasuries I want not part of, and when you speak of FDIC, do you really think they could cover a major banking failure, they are broke now. No perhaps these Ideas would have been good at a differ time Alex, but not now.

I would rather arrange for a large purchase of bullion to be made at the time of trade in and take it home with me. As far as cashing in do it for lawful money, it then is untaxable.

Banks now consider depositors, as investors and hence you can loose it all in a bank failure, learn from cypress. Would be terrible to have a cash in one week and to be broke the next. No thanks, its gold or tangible goods for me, prearranged purchases at the time of cash in.
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You go to the bank and ask to exchange for lawful money?
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Hey Revbo, here is a thread I started on lawful money a few years back, before my for ever ban. lol enjoy

Thread: Pay No Taxes legally -End the FED -synopsis page 8-Why are waiting for someone to do it for us like Ron paul

Page 1 has a good synopsis I added later after the vids were not longer working. I did post new links to the vids later, but not sure if they are working now as I can't update the thread anymore do to my bannishment.

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Hey Revbo, here is a thread I started on lawful money a few years back, before my for ever ban. lol enjoy

Thread: Pay No Taxes legally -End the FED -synopsis page 8-Why are waiting for someone to do it for us like Ron paul
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I am scared to click on it! lol

Thought you might have an easy response for us here.
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Hey Revbo, here is a thread I started on lawful money a few years back, before my for ever ban. lol enjoy

Thread: Pay No Taxes legally -End the FED -synopsis page 8-Why are waiting for someone to do it for us like Ron paul

Page 1 has a good synopsis I added later after the vids were not longer working. I did post new links to the vids later, but not sure if they are working now as I can't update the thread anymore do to my bannishment.
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That sounds an awful lot like a Wesley Snipes argument, man. I'm just gonna pay the damn tax and enjoy early retirement and avoid the protracted fight with Uncle Sam. Unless he wants more than 40%. Any more than that and it's going into a nice, tight roll up my backside and off to Uruguay.

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So, now we're gonna have another base over there. Hope and Change! Woohoo!


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BAGHDAD - Nizar Hatem revealed Iraqi sources and informed that Iraq and the United States putting the finishing touches on completion of an agreement between the two requires the establishment of a U.S. military base in Iraq. According to the same sources, the U.S. military base, will contribute to addressing the organizations «base» by growing activity in parts of Iraq, while showing that the security services and the Iraqi military's inability to cope with the escalation of this activity and the expansion of terrorist operations. According to experts, the number of members of al-Qaeda in Iraq, as between 2007 and 2008 at the height of terrorist attacks against U.S. and Iraqi forces by about 5 thousand element, most of them non-Iraqis now reached to about 20 thousand, mostly Iraqis, so that became al-Qaida in Iraq locally.According to Iraqi sources, who spoke for Qabas, the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, who feel the government is concerned about the growing al-Qaeda operations and the seriousness of the security situation, dispatched to Washington and security delegation politically senior, featuring political adviser Tariq Najim Abdullah, a leader of the Dawa Party, which belongs to al-Maliki, and the Minister of National Security Faleh Fayad in addition to Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari that already exists in the U.S. capital. will discuss the Iraqi delegation with U.S. officials «activate the strategic agreement between the two countries , including the security aspect at the heart »according to the expression of Iraqi sources, which pointed out that the focus on« the establishment of a U.S. base enhanced aircraft without a pilot, and special devices detect terrorists and track, in addition to training Iraqi cadres of the system security ». 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Based on these data disturbing are the Iraqi government feel , more than ever, the seriousness of the security situation, as called for Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to send the leader of the Dawa Party and the political advisor Tariq Najim Abdullah, the Minister of National Security Faleh al-Fayad, to Washington, in parallel with the visit of Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari and his meeting with senior officials Americans to look at the the possibility of activating the strategic agreement between the two countries, including the security aspect at the core as well as preparing for Maliki's visit to Washington next month. U.S. base to meet the base of the information that was nominated for a meeting envoys of al-Maliki possible establishment of a U.S. base enhanced aircraft without a pilot, and special devices to detect and track terrorists, In addition to training Iraqi cadres of the system security. 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