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Iraq an economic Study

 
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Fun, ain't it?

It's nice to see some of our media catching up on this, with the AP articles today, but here's how wrong most of them still are...I just heard on local conservative talk radio, during an ABC News break, "Shiite cleric al-Sistani is calling for Iraqi prime minister Maliki to be more inclusive of minorities in his government." That's not what Sistani said, at all. He said "New government." Period.
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Again, can't post the link, but at Friday prayers, Sistani called for a new, effective government, and blamed Maliki for the Sunni insurgency. The Grand Ayatollah has spoken, and the National Alliance now says it is looking for a new PM. This Maliki is finished.
 Quoting: Revbo™


Top Shiite cleric calls for new government in Iraq

BAGHDAD (AP) — The spiritual leader of Iraq's Shiite majority called for a new, "effective" government Friday, increasing pressure on the country's prime minister as an offensive by Sunni militants rages on.

Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani's comments at Friday prayers contained thinly veiled criticism that Shiite Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, in office since 2006, was to blame for the nation's crisis over the blitz by the al-Qaida-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

[link to hosted2.ap.org]
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I told Ali he didn't have hair on his ass if he didn't call out Maliki. Glad to see all it took was a little goading.
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Fuck you, whoever is reporting me for copyright violations. I'm not posting whole articles anymore, and here's another one.

[link to www.almadapress.com]


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Description orator F Ramadi on Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "Palmtath for blood and war criminal of the first kind," and explained that it is working to "rally the militias and gangs of Iran to the extermination of the Year", and among that al-Maliki "was released killers of prisons secret to be under his command the implementation of that ", he stressed that" the fall is very close and will be held accountable according to the law. "

Between the preacher and gray that "al-Maliki, who wants to be the people his slaves had dashed all his plans," stressing that "the fall of the tyrant al-Maliki is very close and will be held accountable according to the law with both sought to kill thousands of people of Anbar and Fallujah in cold blood."
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Fuck you, whoever is reporting me for copyright violations. I'm not posting whole articles anymore, and here's another one.

[link to www.almadapress.com]


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Description orator F Ramadi on Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "Palmtath for blood and war criminal of the first kind," and explained that it is working to "rally the militias and gangs of Iran to the extermination of the Year", and among that al-Maliki "was released killers of prisons secret to be under his command the implementation of that ", he stressed that" the fall is very close and will be held accountable according to the law. "

Between the preacher and gray that "al-Maliki, who wants to be the people his slaves had dashed all his plans," stressing that "the fall of the tyrant al-Maliki is very close and will be held accountable according to the law with both sought to kill thousands of people of Anbar and Fallujah in cold blood."
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Easy Rev...there will be many in sheep's clothing. They are degenerates. Take it with a grain of salt. The evil spirit is alive and well in this community. Perhaps they would want some factual info...???
Here you go Biiotches of the evil force!!!
Top Shiite Cleric in Iraq Urges Inclusive Government
BAGHDAD — Iraq’s most influential Shiite cleric, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, issued a statement on Friday calling on Iraq’s diverse political parties to move quickly to form a government. He also again clarified that his call for volunteers to defend Iraq against extremist jihadis was not meant as a call to arms for Shiites, but for all Iraqis.

The statement, issued at Friday Prayer in the Shiite holy city of Karbala, was conveyed by Ahmed al-Safi, a leading Shiite cleric and the Sistani representative there.

Mr. Safi said that all political blocs should stick to the timing required in the Constitution to convene a new Parliament by July 2. In the past, government formations have often taken much longer. “The winning bloc should hold dialogue in order to form an effective government that enjoys wide national acceptance to correct the past mistakes and open new horizons for Iraqis for a better future,” Mr. Safi said.
[link to www.nytimes.com]

In the USA news...wonder why...who cares, right..?? Most Americans could care less. Why is this being published now ??? I know why !!! Peace !!!
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Fuck you, whoever is reporting me for copyright violations. I'm not posting whole articles anymore, and here's another one.

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Description orator F Ramadi on Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "Palmtath for blood and war criminal of the first kind," and explained that it is working to "rally the militias and gangs of Iran to the extermination of the Year", and among that al-Maliki "was released killers of prisons secret to be under his command the implementation of that ", he stressed that" the fall is very close and will be held accountable according to the law. "

Between the preacher and gray that "al-Maliki, who wants to be the people his slaves had dashed all his plans," stressing that "the fall of the tyrant al-Maliki is very close and will be held accountable according to the law with both sought to kill thousands of people of Anbar and Fallujah in cold blood."
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No kidding. You are trying to do us a favor and someones trying to be a little poophead. I wonder why somebody so scared of your posts.hummmmmmmkmKitty scared
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Fun, ain't it?

It's nice to see some of our media catching up on this, with the AP articles today, but here's how wrong most of them still are...I just heard on local conservative talk radio, during an ABC News break, "Shiite cleric al-Sistani is calling for Iraqi prime minister Maliki to be more inclusive of minorities in his government." That's not what Sistani said, at all. He said "New government." Period.
 Quoting: Revbo™


Actually he said:

Quote:

""He also called for the wise Iraqi political forces to abide by Palmdd constitutional and formation of a government acceptable to the national scale, indicating that the Federal Court approval of the election results, paving the way for the formation of a government within the bishop specific time, stressing the important role of reconciliation political solution to the security crisis and pull the fuse of this crisis and dismantled"

So he said Iraq must follow the constitution and Iraq must accept the results of Federal Court election results approval.

So according to the constitution the winning block of the election gets to name their pick for Prime Minister which according to the official election results was the Rule of Law party...and the Rule of Law party has stated that their pick for PM is...Maliki.

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How long until the elections will finally be 'official'.
This BS is starting to make the Bush Vs Gore 2000 fiasco look tame by comparison
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How long until the elections will finally be 'official'.
This BS is starting to make the Bush Vs Gore 2000 fiasco look tame by comparison
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All ready happened...they were made official on Monday the 16th.

"The State of Law bloc led by Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki won the the parliamentary elections, taking 92 of the 328 seats.

BAGHDAD — Iraq's supreme court ratified the results of the April 30 parliamentary elections on Monday.

"The court has approved the results of the elections except for four candidates who have ongoing trials against them," Supreme Judicial Council spokesperson Abdul Sattar Bayraktar told Anadolu Agency.

The State of Law bloc led by Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki won the the parliamentary elections, taking 92 of the 328 seats.

Predominantly Shia al-Muwatin ended up with 29 seats, while the Mutahidoun bloc of Sunni Muslims got 23 seats.

Al-Maliki needs support from 165 lawmakers to lead the next government in what would be his third term as prime minister.

On April 30, some 12 million Iraqis-except those in the violence-wracked Anbar province-cast ballots in parliamentary polls contested by a total of 9,200 candidates.

[link to www.dailysabah.com]
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"National Alliance" began searching for an alternative candidate for al-Maliki to head the next government


[link to translate.google.com]



Iraq Ayatollah calls for new parliament to start work without delay


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"National Alliance" began searching for an alternative candidate for al-Maliki to head the next government


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Iraq Ayatollah calls for new parliament to start work without delay


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I think we will see the parliament come together after the announcement from Maliki of a victory over ISIS and the praise to all Iraqi's for fighting and driving the terrorist back into Syria.

So maybe by the beginning of next week sometime as we may have the victory declaration this weekend...maybe Sunday? Monday?

So Maliki victory speech first...then parliament comes together.

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Fuck you, whoever is reporting me for copyright violations. I'm not posting whole articles anymore, and here's another one.

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Description orator F Ramadi on Friday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki "Palmtath for blood and war criminal of the first kind," and explained that it is working to "rally the militias and gangs of Iran to the extermination of the Year", and among that al-Maliki "was released killers of prisons secret to be under his command the implementation of that ", he stressed that" the fall is very close and will be held accountable according to the law. "

Between the preacher and gray that "al-Maliki, who wants to be the people his slaves had dashed all his plans," stressing that "the fall of the tyrant al-Maliki is very close and will be held accountable according to the law with both sought to kill thousands of people of Anbar and Fallujah in cold blood."
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No kidding. You are trying to do us a favor and someones trying to be a little poophead. I wonder why somebody so scared of your posts.hummmmmmmkmKitty scared
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In six years on this website, I've never had a copyright violation complaint, until the last two weeks. During that time, I've had six.

Hey, asshole:

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Easy there Revbo...

chuckle

They are just protecting the site...

I got one on the 16th...they are being careful...that's all

Its the mods who give those out
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Iraq crisis: Maliki’s days in power numbered as Iran and US lose faith

[link to www.independent.co.uk]

Isolated and discredited by humiliating military defeat, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki, is likely to go soon, battered as he is by only slightly veiled demands for his immediate departure from powerful figures who once supported him. Within hours of President Obama making it implicitly clear that he wants a change of political leadership in Baghdad, the spiritual leader of the Iraqi Shia, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, was calling for a new and “effective” government that avoided the mistakes of the old. Nobody in Baghdad has any doubts that he wants the Prime Minister gone.
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I'm back on the phone for the weekend, so I guess I won't be getting any copyright violations, but I'm seeing an article on Sotaliraq.com that has a member of Sadr's group, named Kanani, saying since SOL nominated Maliki and refuses to back down, they're going to break up the National Alliance, and end the SOL's obstruction, and take whomever their nominee is directly to Parliament. If it goes that way, SOL will nominate Maliki, he will be rejected, and then the Sadrists, being the second place finisher, will nominate their guy, probably either Chalabi or Adel Mahdi.

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I can't post it from the phone, but there's an AP article that we should have soon that says three guys from within the Islamic Supreme Council, Hakim's group, are jockeying to take his job. I've been wanting to say this for a long time in this...And so it begins!

Ask not for whom the bell tolls, Maliki. It tolls for thee.
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PMSL.
MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

rockonrockonrockon
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chuckle I had to google PMSL.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

You crack me up Rev.
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I can't post it from the phone, but there's an AP article that we should have soon that says three guys from within the Islamic Supreme Council, Hakim's group, are jockeying to take his job. I've been wanting to say this for a long time in this...And so it begins!

Ask not for whom the bell tolls, Maliki. It tolls for thee.
 Quoting: Revbo™


PMSL.
MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

rockonrockonrockon
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chuckle I had to google PMSL.
 Quoting: Revbo™


HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

You crack me up Rev.
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I was always partial to LMFAO
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Thu. June 19th Matrix of Information UPDATE

According to our Matrix of Information the next events may be:

1. Maliki calling a special presser to announce a victory over the ISIS forces driving them back into Syria with the few that remain to be captured or killed in short order. He will give special praise to both Shia and Sunnis for coming together in unity to defeat the forces of evil. This will solidify his success as the next PM.

2. This successful action will be touted as a surprise development by the US press and the next major focus will be on the billions of missing Iraqi dinar which is now hidden in Syria with ISIS and the PROBLEM that will be on a global scale.

3. The surprise turn of events will give the US an excuse to begin air operations in Syria and the reason given will be to destroy ISIS before they can launch global terror.

4. This dialectic launched with the missing IQD as the PROBLEM will have quite the REACTION worldwide that will demand a SOLUTION.

5. Said SOLUTION will come via the Central Bank of Iraq announcing the emergency implementation of the "removal of zeros" plan and the issuing of the new currency.

6. Because of the PROBLEM of the stolen currency this exchange will have to be accelerated to a 30 day or less time period and the excuse given will be the need to limit the ability of ISIS to launder the stolen IQD to fund global terror.

7. It is anticipated this emergency action by the CBI will happen on or before July 1st 2014.

So the next major expected event will be the announcement from Malaki on victory over the terrorist.

My next Matrix update will follow after the announcement of victory.

Be advised...we have two obvious uses of the Hegelian Dialectic in play at this time...one on the political side (Maliki as PM) and one on the currency side (change of value of the IQD)

Have a plan...and plan to act.

Phoenix
 Quoting: PIR


We are getting closer to our next temporal marker of Maliki declaring victory.

Maybe by early next week we may see this announcement.



Army is making progress in the three provinces and killed 300 terrorists

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Sat Jun 21 2014 03:36 | (Voice of Iraq) - comment.PNG Add Comment - «Daash» splits suffers because of the looted money from banks

BAGHDAD - morning

She said crowds of volunteers who answered a call to the nation, further momentum moral to the people of the armed forces, especially after the arrival of meals them to the battlefield, and participation effectively in dealing with gangs, "Daash" suffering from depressions clear and large, due to class basis for widening the size of military strikes commissioned during the past two days, nearly 300 people dead, as well as the growing defections taking place between terrorists "Daash" and criminals so-called "way Naqshbandi" in Nineveh, because of disagreements over the sharing of the money that was stolen from banks in Nineveh, as well as the property of the role that the terrorists deportation of their owners .

While preparing the security forces to fight the battle to liberate Mosul, especially after the control of the sons of the army and the volunteers on the reins in Tal Afar, which was deemed operational commander there, Gen. "Abu Walid" the head of the spear for the Liberation of Mosul, said other information from within the province for the outbreak of the great differences between terrorists caused by the sacking of the so-called "Wali Mosul" by the leader of the "Daash" terrorist "Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi."

And enabled the toughness and courage of the people of the armed forces, from the macro-control on many of the areas that have experienced terrorist actions, especially in Anbar, Diyala, Salahuddin, which forces imposed a security grip on some of the areas Terrorists tried to penetrate, and as happened in Baiji, which saw Andhara large gangs " Daash. "

Military victories

And achieved the security forces victories succession in many fronts, which locked in the Champions armed forces in fierce battles with terrorists "Daash" who are still receiving blows fierce, thanks to the bravery of the sons of the army and the tribes, as well as volunteers, who answered a call to the nation, and added momentum morally significant to the people of the armed forces.
It was announced protect commander, Maj. Gen. Tal Afar, "Abu Walid" that his forces were able to kill more than 30 members of the "Daash" and the burning of 15 wheel bearing unilateral security in the process of elimination, noting that he has control over the entire judiciary with the exception of some pockets Mini.
While the defense ministry said, the end of military operations to cleanse hand ISHAQI Salahuddin province of organizing "Daash", confirmed the arrest of a number of elements of the organization and the seizure of large quantities of arms and wheels.
For his part, said a spokesman for the Office of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces team Qassim Atta, that the Baiji refinery north of Tikrit under the control of the security forces fully, as announced in the deaths of 104 militants in the provinces of Nineveh, Anbar, Babil and destroy the wheels belonged to them during military operations.

Read the rest here: [link to www.sotaliraq.com]

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And closer yet to the announcement of victory from Maliki...

Mosul .. 75% of the foreign leaders to Daash withdraw to fight elsewhere

[link to xendan.org]

and...

The arrival of military reinforcements to the border port based in Anbar


[link to www.alliraqnews.com]


Yup...Maliki is getting closer to the victory announcement.
As I said on last nights broadcast we feel it will be AFTER this victory announcement that parliament gets together to seat the new government.

Last night's show: [link to www.blogtalkradio.com]

So...maybe early next week we are thinking we will see the victory announcement.

popcorn

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Ok...so by The Matrix of Information this nails down the "Malaki Victory" speech before Tuesday!

Looking good!

Iraq's VP, Alkhozai, Will Call The New Parliament to Hold First Session Next Tuesday, June 24th

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June 21, 2014

Alkhozai will call the new parliament to hold first session next Tuesday, June 24th

Familiar with the Presidency of the Republic, on Wednesday that Vice President Khodair al will call the new parliament to hold its first session next Tuesday.

The source, who asked not to be named stated that "Vice President Khodair al will be asked to formally members of the new Council of Representatives to attend the first session next Tuesday (24/6) and chaired by the eldest member."

He added, "The demand will be announced next Sunday," noting that setting a date comes within the agreement took place between the leaders of the political process in Iraq during their meeting on Tuesday evening in the office of the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, in the presence of Vice President Khodair al.

The Prime Minister during his weekly Wednesday, said that "the next few days will witness the first session of the new parliament, which will address a large part of the current crisis.

Read the rest here: [link to www.albaghdadianews.com]


popcorn

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Ok...so by The Matrix of Information this nails down the "Malaki Victory" speech before Tuesday!

Looking good!

Iraq's VP, Alkhozai, Will Call The New Parliament to Hold First Session Next Tuesday, June 24th

<50%

une 21, 2014

Alkhozai will call the new parliament to hold first session next Tuesday, June 24th

Familiar with the Presidency of the Republic, on Wednesday that Vice President Khodair al will call the new parliament to hold its first session next Tuesday.

The source, who asked not to be named stated that "Vice President Khodair al will be asked to formally members of the new Council of Representatives to attend the first session next Tuesday (24/6) and chaired by the eldest member."

He added, "The demand will be announced next Sunday," noting that setting a date comes within the agreement took place between the leaders of the political process in Iraq during their meeting on Tuesday evening in the office of the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, in the presence of Vice President Khodair al.

The Prime Minister during his weekly Wednesday, said that "the next few days will witness the first session of the new parliament, which will address a large part of the current crisis.

Read the rest here: [link to www.albaghdadianews.com]


popcorn
 Quoting: PIR


We will see.
Garner: support Al-Maliki and we knew that it would deprive the Kurds and Sunnis will be persecuted

General Jay Garner, head of the US reconstruction file Iraq during liberalization of Iraq in 2003, Washington has made great strides with regard to numerous errors.
snip
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External and internal pressure mounting to remove Al-Maliki

Observers noted that US President Barack Obama's remarks, which intensified in the last two days about the serious crisis in Iraq, in the ' box ' hint that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki stand down.

In those remarks, Obama focused on the conflict in Iraq is the result of sectarian divisions exacerbated by, the people of Iraq and its leadership in the control exercised over these differences.

[link to www.microsofttranslator.com]
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Ok...so by The Matrix of Information this nails down the "Malaki Victory" speech before Tuesday!

Looking good!

Iraq's VP, Alkhozai, Will Call The New Parliament to Hold First Session Next Tuesday, June 24th

<50%

une 21, 2014

Alkhozai will call the new parliament to hold first session next Tuesday, June 24th

Familiar with the Presidency of the Republic, on Wednesday that Vice President Khodair al will call the new parliament to hold its first session next Tuesday.

The source, who asked not to be named stated that "Vice President Khodair al will be asked to formally members of the new Council of Representatives to attend the first session next Tuesday (24/6) and chaired by the eldest member."

He added, "The demand will be announced next Sunday," noting that setting a date comes within the agreement took place between the leaders of the political process in Iraq during their meeting on Tuesday evening in the office of the President of the National Alliance, Ibrahim al-Jaafari, in the presence of Vice President Khodair al.

The Prime Minister during his weekly Wednesday, said that "the next few days will witness the first session of the new parliament, which will address a large part of the current crisis.

Read the rest here: [link to www.albaghdadianews.com]


popcorn
 Quoting: PIR


We will see.
Garner: support Al-Maliki and we knew that it would deprive the Kurds and Sunnis will be persecuted

General Jay Garner, head of the US reconstruction file Iraq during liberalization of Iraq in 2003, Washington has made great strides with regard to numerous errors.
snip
[link to www.microsofttranslator.com]

External and internal pressure mounting to remove Al-Maliki

Observers noted that US President Barack Obama's remarks, which intensified in the last two days about the serious crisis in Iraq, in the ' box ' hint that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki stand down.

In those remarks, Obama focused on the conflict in Iraq is the result of sectarian divisions exacerbated by, the people of Iraq and its leadership in the control exercised over these differences.

[link to www.microsofttranslator.com]
 Quoting: jetphyxr


Iraq has a constitution and Iraq has laws and according to the constitution and those laws the party with the most seats (the "State of Law" which was certified and approved by the Iraqi Supreme Court) gets to select the next Prime Minister.

No matter how much you are a fan of Obama and Obama's desires...what Obama wants does not override the laws and constitution of Iraq.

And that...is a fact.

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They don't get to select the next prime minister, Phoenix. They get to make the first nomination. That doesn't mean the full
Parliament has to vote for him, and SOL only has 93 votes.

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Look out ISIS!

Ali Ibn Sedea
Urgent urgent urgent

Iranian Ministry of Defense announced that it would hand over Iraq 130 fighter planes found in airports since 1991, after the completion of maintenance and added sophisticated devices to it and try it through the rounds Asttalaiha for their ability and bring them into the military operations of the Iraqi army ...

He said theSpokesman for the Iranian planes are ready and will be delivered to the Iraqi side after 3 or 4 days, adding that the Islamic Republic has to complete and equip 130 fighter plane, and 54 aircraft Hlkupetr variety stressing that the Islamic Republic of Iran will be delivered to the brothers in the Iraqi party free of charge, adding that approximately 230 Iraqi pilot completed Astaadadthm and trained during the period of the past as they will lead the country to victory particular

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They don't get to select the next prime minister, Phoenix. They get to make the first nomination. That doesn't mean the full
Parliament has to vote for him, and SOL only has 93 votes.
 Quoting: Revbo™


I know this...I have read the law and the constitution of Iraq.

The next nearest party (2nd place) only has 29 votes.

The Rule of Law Party secured commitment to all of the needed votes 2 weeks ago.

He is a shoe in.

But this will be a PROBLEM for the Kurds...and cause quite the REACTION which will require...a SOLUTION.

popcorn

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06/21/2014 01:39 PM

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PMSL.
MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

rockonrockonrockon
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chuckle I had to google PMSL.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

You crack me up Rev.
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I was always partial to LMFAO
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Oh why the hell not.
It is friday after all rockon

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06/21/2014 02:31 PM
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They don't get to select the next prime minister, Phoenix. They get to make the first nomination. That doesn't mean the full
Parliament has to vote for him, and SOL only has 93 votes.
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I know this...I have read the law and the constitution of Iraq.

The next nearest party (2nd place) only has 29 votes.

The Rule of Law Party secured commitment to all of the needed votes 2 weeks ago.

He is a shoe in.

But this will be a PROBLEM for the Kurds...and cause quite the REACTION which will require...a SOLUTION.

popcorn
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92, 93 seats does not claim victory. Add all other blocks who are United and see M running for cover...bottom line ,...end of story. Let's see what happens. We will be amazed !!!

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06/21/2014 03:19 PM

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They don't get to select the next prime minister, Phoenix. They get to make the first nomination. That doesn't mean the full
Parliament has to vote for him, and SOL only has 93 votes.
 Quoting: Revbo™


I know this...I have read the law and the constitution of Iraq.

The next nearest party (2nd place) only has 29 votes.

The Rule of Law Party secured commitment to all of the needed votes 2 weeks ago.

He is a shoe in.

But this will be a PROBLEM for the Kurds...and cause quite the REACTION which will require...a SOLUTION.

popcorn
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92, 93 seats does not claim victory. Add all other blocks who are United and see M running for cover...bottom line ,...end of story. Let's see what happens. We will be amazed !!!
 Quoting: jetphyxr


The Rule of Law Party secured commitment to all of the needed votes 2 weeks ago.

He is a shoe in.


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06/21/2014 03:46 PM
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Re: Iraq an economic Study
from DD:

6-21-14 DSull: (IMO) There will be NO RV until there is a stable government in Iraq (period!). No one wants Maliki as the PM, except Maliki.

Although Maliki's political party (the SOL) have the most votes (93-95), it will take at least 167 parliament votes to win the PM seat.

The process is not like here in the US, where we basically have 2 parties, and we vote for a President. In Iraq, they vote for a political party, as in Parliament seats. Those winning groups form a block of at least 167 seats, which gives them more than half of the Parliament Seats and subsequently the right to choose a Prime Minister.

Once these "blocks" are formed, Parliament holds its first meeting and names a President.

At this time, the "winning block" (the one formed earlier, which obtains at least 167 seats), submits there PM Candidate for ratification.

Once this PM is accepted, an announcement is made and the PM is seated.

There is the government.

There is time given between each of these stages of the process, but it is a max time.

Clearly the new Parliament has now been formed, because they were scheduled for their first meeting on June 30th. Then, a few days ago, that initial meeting was moved up to this Tuesday (June 24th), a full week early!

Your guess is as good as mine, but, I believe the government has already been formed. We simply await the official process to be completed and the announcements.

Again, IMO we will not see an International RV until there is a stable government. And, rightly so.

All that being said, as well the fact of the July 1st date for so many agreements to start, including the ISX -International release date, I do believe that Iraq is expediting this "process" and will have a new, seated, functional government before the end of this coming week, in order to RV their currency by or before July 1st.

I will even take it one step further and say that Maliki will not be the next PM, but Chalibi will.

Personally, I would also like to see Barzani (from the Kurds) as the next Iraqi President, but that's just wishful thinking.

Here's to our long awaited international RV between Tuesday (June 24th) and Tuesday (July 1st)!
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06/21/2014 04:04 PM
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Re: Iraq an economic Study
article 140 ?




Iranian source: Maliki agrees to the immediate application of Article 140 which included all areas of the Kurdish region


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according to the same source approval Maliki and all parties that fall under the coalition political immediate application of Article 140 of the constitution and the annexation of Kirkuk and other disputed territories, without exception, to the Kurdistan Region, as well as the development of the left coast from Mosul in full under the administration of the Kurdish and authorize the forces of the Kurdish Peshmerga and the security services asayesh security file it in the pan Nineveh. , and at the level of the oil Ostagiz the Iraqi government for the region to export oil from Kurdistan for a period of five years and the right to enjoy the amounts export a full five-year term for the benefit of the region and then make the region's share from the general budget of Iraq thirty percent. Tehran has vowed to ensure the agreement and its implementation. , and later held the Kurdistan Region President Massoud Barzani held a meeting with leaders of the Kurdish parties and discussed the offer from al-Maliki and Iran together. A statement from the meeting that all Kurdish parties do not prefer a military solution in Iraq."


[link to www.sotaliraq.com]
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06/21/2014 04:10 PM

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Can't post the link, but I was able to copy the headline. It's on sotaliraq, if anyone can grab the link. Basically, if this Iranian source is right, Maliki just agreed to immediate implementation of Article 140, and to allow the Kurds to export, themselves, for five years. If this is true, it's a total game changer. That would keep Maliki prime minister, but it would also keep the Kurds part of Iraq. They're still gonna have to deal with the Sunnis' demands, but this is pretty much going back to the old Erbil Agreement.


Iranian source: Maliki agrees to the immediate application of Article 140 which included all areas of the Kurdish region


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