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Iraq an economic Study

 
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Shortest jolt of hopium ever.

No link. Sorry.

And now this:
Zubaidi denies providing "national" candidate to head the next government BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News /
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Shortest jolt of hopium ever.

No link. Sorry.

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Zubaidi denies providing "national" candidate to head the next government BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News /
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Don't give up hope :)
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Oh, I haven't. It could still turn out to be real. I just want it official.
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Shortest jolt of hopium ever.

No link. Sorry.

And now this:
Zubaidi denies providing "national" candidate to head the next government BAGHDAD / Baghdadi News /
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Don't give up hope :)
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Oh, I haven't. It could still turn out to be real. I just want it official.
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Central Bank of Iraq Calls for State Ministries to Wait to Deal With the Bank of the Economy

Should be noted that the CBI put Economy Bank for Investment under custody earlier this month, stressing that his eagerness to promote the bank and protect its customers, put a sergeant financially inventory of bank assets and the development of a two-step for the advancement of him or final liquidation after payment of the money his customers.



Said the central bank said in a statement that “the central bank governor and a number of bank officials met with the chairman of the Bank of the economy and the managing director, and they discussed about the possibility of taking the necessary measures for the advancement of the bank’s financial and maintain service customers.”



The statement added that “the representatives of the Central Bank undertook the task of supervising the actual Management Economy Bank for Investment and Finance.”

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Joel Wing is legit, right? Check out his tweet from a few minutes ago...



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Looks like we're gonna have a government next Tuesday. The blocs seems committed to it, and Sistani wants it. popcorn


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Deputy for the law: The political blocs began dialogues and understandings to hold first session


Added told all of Iraq [where] that the first session of the House of Representatives will be held on the first of next July, a maturity constitutional oath and elect a president Age no oldest member. said if it did not reach the political blocs confirmed that the dialogues started between the political blocs of winning and if reached understandings will be chosen as speaker of parliament and his two deputies and the president and two vice presidents, prime minister and his two deputies and vote on them in one basket in the first session.

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I hope tyhey don't wait until next Turesday to meet but I don't like the fact that their target is to get it all done in one day. I also like the fact that the NA will present as their unified nominee for PM Mahdi. What this means is that by the end of the day next Tuesday we should have a new non-sectarian government as long as they can walk in hand in hand, the coalition and tyhe SOL. If they can do0 thios and form in one day the government, we might even get to see Turki do his thing on July first in order to make sure that the ISX is able to go international and do their thing. It is forming up nicely and definitely coming to the finish line all about the same time. tlar



National Coalition confirms the request of the religious authority to respect the timing of the first session of the parliament and government formation

And accept the coalition said in a statement his decisions of the previous meeting and concluded several things, the most important reference request timings respect constitutional convene a meeting of the House and the formation of the next government.


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First time I've ever liked anything this guy has done.



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American Contractor has translated the video interview with the Central bank Governor. Is it possible that the Gov. Turki, may be referring to a Iraq dinar currency revaluation? Iraq dinar currency with any amount. That is what the CBI Gov. stated in his interview with CNBC Arabia.

Iraq Central Bank Gov Turki interview with CNBCArabia – 17 June 2014


...Reporter: Great therefore you are ready to support IQD in any circumstances without limit?

Gov. Turki: Yes and we are sure we can to determine the exchange rate as CBI like...



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Maybe, this is the compromise. Maliki keeps his immunity, but gets another position in the new government.

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Kerry-scenes consultations in Baghdad .. and Shiites preparing replacements for owners

Wed Jun 25 2014 02:32 | (Voice of Iraq)


It concluded among the speaker of parliament that "change the current prime minister, has become the reality of the tour after U.S. Secretary of State and his meeting with Iraqi political leaders."

While talking Shi'ite politicians accent tougher stressing that al-Maliki has become "of the past," after he refused to reform steps demanded by others, said Abu tirelessly "It's not necessarily that the next government will be in isolation from Maliki, but not necessarily also be al-Maliki as prime minister in." , speaking of the possibility that Maliki taking locations other than the site of prime minister. "

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Maybe, this is the compromise. Maliki keeps his immunity, but gets another position in the new government.

*50% rule observed.

Kerry-scenes consultations in Baghdad .. and Shiites preparing replacements for owners

Wed Jun 25 2014 02:32 | (Voice of Iraq)


It concluded among the speaker of parliament that "change the current prime minister, has become the reality of the tour after U.S. Secretary of State and his meeting with Iraqi political leaders."

While talking Shi'ite politicians accent tougher stressing that al-Maliki has become "of the past," after he refused to reform steps demanded by others, said Abu tirelessly "It's not necessarily that the next government will be in isolation from Maliki, but not necessarily also be al-Maliki as prime minister in." , speaking of the possibility that Maliki taking locations other than the site of prime minister. "
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Guess there is more to the contingent immunity scenario than I originally thought.

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June 25th Matrix of Information Update

We have no change in the matrix and the projection made on May 23rd still stands that the next Prime Minister of Iraq will be Maliki.

The reasons stated for this (problem, reaction, solution) remain in full play.

The next marker we are looking for is a victory speech of sorts from Maliki on the fight against the terrorist.

We expect this speech to happen before parliament seats to choose the next heads of government.

The Kurds have now very publicly stated their intent to hold a referendum to form the independent nation of Kurdistan which again confirms the pending announcement of the Maliki's 3rd term as Prime Minister. (the PROBLEM)

This action also telegraphs the impending action by the Central Bank of Iraq to announce the new backing basket and issue the new currency soon.

Be advised...the Matrix of Information is now indicating a high probability of major false flag attacks perpetrated for the sole purpose of instilling fear and rage in the masses perpetrating a call to action and thus instigating warfare on a global scale.

This false flag window opens this week and runs to the end of July.


I will go into more detail on tonights program.

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June 25th Matrix of Information Update

We have no change in the matrix and the projection made on May 23rd still stands that the next Prime Minister of Iraq will be Maliki.

The reasons stated for this (problem, reaction, solution) remain in full play.

The next marker we are looking for is a victory speech of sorts from Maliki on the fight against the terrorist.

We expect this speech to happen before parliament seats to choose the next heads of government.

The Kurds have now very publicly stated their intent to hold a referendum to form the independent nation of Kurdistan which again confirms the pending announcement of the Maliki's 3rd term as Prime Minister. (the PROBLEM)

This action also telegraphs the impending action by the Central Bank of Iraq to announce the new backing basket and issue the new currency soon.

Be advised...the Matrix of Information is now indicating a high probability of major false flag attacks perpetrated for the sole purpose of instilling fear and rage in the masses perpetrating a call to action and thus instigating warfare on a global scale.

This false flag window opens this week and runs to the end of July.


I will go into more detail on tonights program.

[link to www.blogtalkradio.com]
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Maybe, this is the compromise. Maliki keeps his immunity, but gets another position in the new government.

*50% rule observed.

Kerry-scenes consultations in Baghdad .. and Shiites preparing replacements for owners

Wed Jun 25 2014 02:32 | (Voice of Iraq)


It concluded among the speaker of parliament that "change the current prime minister, has become the reality of the tour after U.S. Secretary of State and his meeting with Iraqi political leaders."

While talking Shi'ite politicians accent tougher stressing that al-Maliki has become "of the past," after he refused to reform steps demanded by others, said Abu tirelessly "It's not necessarily that the next government will be in isolation from Maliki, but not necessarily also be al-Maliki as prime minister in." , speaking of the possibility that Maliki taking locations other than the site of prime minister. "
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Don't think he should have any position in security or finances!
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Maybe, this is the compromise. Maliki keeps his immunity, but gets another position in the new government.

*50% rule observed.

Kerry-scenes consultations in Baghdad .. and Shiites preparing replacements for owners

Wed Jun 25 2014 02:32 | (Voice of Iraq)


It concluded among the speaker of parliament that "change the current prime minister, has become the reality of the tour after U.S. Secretary of State and his meeting with Iraqi political leaders."

While talking Shi'ite politicians accent tougher stressing that al-Maliki has become "of the past," after he refused to reform steps demanded by others, said Abu tirelessly "It's not necessarily that the next government will be in isolation from Maliki, but not necessarily also be al-Maliki as prime minister in." , speaking of the possibility that Maliki taking locations other than the site of prime minister. "
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Don't think he should have any position in security or finances!
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Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
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Maybe, this is the compromise. Maliki keeps his immunity, but gets another position in the new government.

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Kerry-scenes consultations in Baghdad .. and Shiites preparing replacements for owners

Wed Jun 25 2014 02:32 | (Voice of Iraq)


It concluded among the speaker of parliament that "change the current prime minister, has become the reality of the tour after U.S. Secretary of State and his meeting with Iraqi political leaders."

While talking Shi'ite politicians accent tougher stressing that al-Maliki has become "of the past," after he refused to reform steps demanded by others, said Abu tirelessly "It's not necessarily that the next government will be in isolation from Maliki, but not necessarily also be al-Maliki as prime minister in." , speaking of the possibility that Maliki taking locations other than the site of prime minister. "
 Quoting: Revbo™


Don't think he should have any position in security or finances!
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Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
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He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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Maybe, this is the compromise. Maliki keeps his immunity, but gets another position in the new government.

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Kerry-scenes consultations in Baghdad .. and Shiites preparing replacements for owners

Wed Jun 25 2014 02:32 | (Voice of Iraq)


It concluded among the speaker of parliament that "change the current prime minister, has become the reality of the tour after U.S. Secretary of State and his meeting with Iraqi political leaders."

While talking Shi'ite politicians accent tougher stressing that al-Maliki has become "of the past," after he refused to reform steps demanded by others, said Abu tirelessly "It's not necessarily that the next government will be in isolation from Maliki, but not necessarily also be al-Maliki as prime minister in." , speaking of the possibility that Maliki taking locations other than the site of prime minister. "
 Quoting: Revbo™


Don't think he should have any position in security or finances!
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Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
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She's right you know.

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Maybe, this is the compromise. Maliki keeps his immunity, but gets another position in the new government.

*50% rule observed.

Kerry-scenes consultations in Baghdad .. and Shiites preparing replacements for owners

Wed Jun 25 2014 02:32 | (Voice of Iraq)


It concluded among the speaker of parliament that "change the current prime minister, has become the reality of the tour after U.S. Secretary of State and his meeting with Iraqi political leaders."

While talking Shi'ite politicians accent tougher stressing that al-Maliki has become "of the past," after he refused to reform steps demanded by others, said Abu tirelessly "It's not necessarily that the next government will be in isolation from Maliki, but not necessarily also be al-Maliki as prime minister in." , speaking of the possibility that Maliki taking locations other than the site of prime minister. "
 Quoting: Revbo™


Don't think he should have any position in security or finances!
 Quoting: calin


Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
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He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

[link to www.microsofttranslator.com]
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Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
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Don't think he should have any position in security or finances!
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Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
 Quoting: Ohio chic


He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
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You know what, OC...??? We could just run them red lights !!!

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Al-Qaeda merges with ISIL at Iraq border
2014-06-25 16:23

Beirut - Al-Qaeda's Syrian offshoot on Wednesday made an oath of loyalty to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant at a key town on the Iraqi border, a monitor said.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the merger is significant because it opens the way for ISIL to take control of both sides of the border at Albu Kamal in Syria and Al-Qaim in Iraq, where the jihadist group has led a major offensive this month.

After months of clashes between the two sides, Al-Qaeda's official Syrian arm the Al-Nusra Front "pledged loyalty to ISIL" in Albu Kamal, said Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman.

"The pledge comes amid advances by ISIL in Deir Ezzor province" in eastern Syria on the Iraqi border, Abdel Rahman told AFP.

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Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
 Quoting: Ohio chic


He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
 Quoting: Ohio chic


You know what, OC...??? We could just run them red lights !!!

[link to www.youtube.com]

Sorry...no motorcycles for me...better yet, a Turbo-charged, Dodge Diesel pickup truck !!!
 Quoting: jetphyxr

Sounds like a plan...I'm in!!
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Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
 Quoting: Ohio chic


He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
 Quoting: Ohio chic


I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"
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I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"


I agree 100% There are so many dumb asses in this world its no wonder why the powers that be wants about 6 Billion people wiped off the face of the earth...for that is about the amount of people worldwide that have all fallen for the deception! Pathetic.
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Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
 Quoting: Ohio chic


He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
 Quoting: Ohio chic


I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59589998


Your are absolutely right the bible is highly allegorical and was not meant to be literal! However TPTB know millions of people around the world take the bible literally! Because they know this they can use this knowledge to their advantage and create a sort of self fulling prophecy that people will accept because THEY EXPECT IT TO HAPPEN!!!

Another words they can create an end time type scenario with the point being to control the masses!! I think this is highly possible! And ironically the bible gets proven right in the process!!! Seem far fetched?? I am not so sure....
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He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
 Quoting: Ohio chic


I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59589998


Your are absolutely right the bible is highly allegorical and was not meant to be literal! However TPTB know millions of people around the world take the bible literally! Because they know this they can use this knowledge to their advantage and create a sort of self fulling prophecy that people will accept because THEY EXPECT IT TO HAPPEN!!!

Another words they can create an end time type scenario with the point being to control the masses!! I think this is highly possible! And ironically the bible gets proven right in the process!!! Seem far fetched?? I am not so sure....
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People are funny. They will accept bad things in there life even doom type scenarios if they believe those things are SUPPOSED to happen or should happen to them.
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He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
 Quoting: Ohio chic


I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59589998


Your are absolutely right the bible is highly allegorical and was not meant to be literal! However TPTB know millions of people around the world take the bible literally! Because they know this they can use this knowledge to their advantage and create a sort of self fulling prophecy that people will accept because THEY EXPECT IT TO HAPPEN!!!

Another words they can create an end time type scenario with the point being to control the masses!! I think this is highly possible! And ironically the bible gets proven right in the process!!! Seem far fetched?? I am not so sure....
 Quoting: AAONMS 59395182


i totally agree... manipulate things to make it appear as though bible prophecy is actually happening... just another control mechanism.

talk about a hegelian dialectic... you can use the literal reading or "prophecies" to create the solutions you want.
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He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
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You know what, OC...??? We could just run them red lights !!!

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Sorry...no motorcycles for me...better yet, a Turbo-charged, Dodge Diesel pickup truck !!!
 Quoting: jetphyxr

Sounds like a plan...I'm in!!
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Roger that !!! Praise Jesus Christ and have a few drinks !!!
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I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21031050


I agree 100% There are so many dumb asses in this world its no wonder why the powers that be wants about 6 Billion people wiped off the face of the earth...for that is about the amount of people worldwide that have all fallen for the deception! Pathetic.


This post immediately brought another recent post to mind... Thread: Edgar Cayce on the book of Revelation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21031050


I agree 100% There are so many dumb asses in this world its no wonder why the powers that be wants about 6 Billion people wiped off the face of the earth...for that is about the amount of people worldwide that have all fallen for the deception! Pathetic.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59471036


This post immediately brought another recent post to mind... Thread: Edgar Cayce on the book of Revelation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


didn't know that about Cayce, thanks for the link to that thread.... Cayce's interpretation is the same as other authors I've read... one of the things I like about GLP, every once and a while, after sifting through piles and piles of nonsense and noise, someone offers up a nice nugget of truth... it's like panning for gold, you gotta have patience and sift through a ton of rocks to find that tiny gold nugget hidden in there.


anyway, we don't want to derail this thread.... back to the topic at hand
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Kerry is a joke! This whole thing is a joke! He is an actor on the stage with the rest. But as long as the US keeps having dialog and intervening that keeps the USA in the middle so the can start their stage play over here....that's my opinion....
 Quoting: Ohio chic


He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
 Quoting: Ohio chic


I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59589998


first and foremost it is not Revelations with an "s" its revelation and you are so off base with your theory that you are truly a lost soul if you do not think the Bible was a blueprint on how ee are to live our lives then you obviously missed the entire point and really need people to pray that the Lord speaks to you and opens your eyes because the time is drawing near
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He may be...so may Obama be. However, we have to respect their positions. I believe Democracy, with bombings, will emerge in Iraq! Babylon will rise again! The King James version of the Bible states it. Let's see !!! Let me find an article....5, 10, 40,49 percent, who gives a rat's ass...
Al-Maliki's Government, refusing to adhere to third term
Confirmed the outgoing Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki rejected the formation of a Government of national salvation to the crisis experienced by the country after militants control large areas, and reiterated its commitment to the Office for a third term.

He said Al-Maliki--who has ruled the country since 2006-in his weekly call to form a Government bailout is not constitutional, and they try to eliminate the democratic experience, he

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

Respect is earned and that has not happened. But...this IS all biblical that I know.
 Quoting: Ohio chic


I don't think that any of this is biblical... the bible, like all religious scripture, is not meant to be read literally. Like all art, it's not literal, it's allegory and metaphor.

Human beings relate to stories about human beings...they don't relate to complex abstract concepts and ideas, so for people to understand these things they personify different aspects.

it's like taking a candy bar and eating the wrapper thinking it is the candy bar and throwing away the actual candy bar.

The stories in the bible are the wrapper, the teachings, through metaphor and allegory, are the candy bar.

The bible was never meant to be read as a literal history... any time you read religious scripture and the story starts to leave the realms of reality.... like a person surviving being swallowed by a fish, or a talking snake, or a talking donkey, or putting every single animal on a boat... those are writing mechanisms to clue you in to the fact that this is not meant to be taken literally... and the further away from reality the story goes, the more important the teaching being told.

the book of revelations, isn't about the "end of days"...it's an allegory for personal transformation... modern humans use the word apocalypse entirely wrong. It does not mean the end of the world, it means to reveal or unveil... hence the title "book of revelations"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 59589998


first and foremost it is not Revelations with an "s" its revelation and you are so off base with your theory that you are truly a lost soul if you do not think the Bible was a blueprint on how ee are to live our lives then you obviously missed the entire point and really need people to pray that the Lord speaks to you and opens your eyes because the time is drawing near
 Quoting: Ohio chic


revelation, revelations... it's all the same, it's about knowledge being revealed, about truth being unveiled....

the bible is a book that provides a moral blueprint on how we should live our lives... do unto others, love thy neighbor, thou shalt not kill... all excellent aspects for mankind to learn... but that is the exoteric reading, the surface reading...

the story that delivers the moral lesson, is not meant to be taken literally but is merely a means to provide a story that people can relate to so they can learn the moral...like aesop's fables.

I can tell you a fictitious story about people who actually lived in order to convey a moral truth / lesson... but the fictitious story is just that, fiction...it's the moral you are supposed to walk away with, not the story about the people.

as for the time drawing near... people have believed that for centuries... there has always been conflict, oppression, tyrants and evil doers takign advantage of the masses.... there has always been wars and fighting and death and destruction... why is right now any different from the countless other times people have claimed the end is nigh??? Because you and me are all alive right now, so we think our present chaos is what the bible was speaking about... yet our ancestors thought their chaos was what the bible was speaking about.

granted there is a huge paradigm shift happening, but it's not the end of days... a lot of people will suffer, but it's not bible prophecy.... the bible is about personal transformation, about how each human is capable of union with the divine... it's not about the end of the world, but about the evolution of human beings

but again, this is not the right thread for this, sorry for derailing
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Maybe, this is the compromise. Maliki keeps his immunity, but gets another position in the new government.

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Kerry-scenes consultations in Baghdad .. and Shiites preparing replacements for owners

Wed Jun 25 2014 02:32 | (Voice of Iraq)


It concluded among the speaker of parliament that "change the current prime minister, has become the reality of the tour after U.S. Secretary of State and his meeting with Iraqi political leaders."

While talking Shi'ite politicians accent tougher stressing that al-Maliki has become "of the past," after he refused to reform steps demanded by others, said Abu tirelessly "It's not necessarily that the next government will be in isolation from Maliki, but not necessarily also be al-Maliki as prime minister in." , speaking of the possibility that Maliki taking locations other than the site of prime minister. "
 Quoting: Revbo™


The Kurds aren't giving back the disputed lands, and they refuse to work with Maliki.

Maliki doesn't appear to be leaving anytime soon, and he is backed by Iran, being backed by Russia & China.

A unity government means Shia power decreases, and US/Western influence on Iraqi politics increases, and the petro-dollars decline is slowed/arrested.

Splitting the kill means Iraq/Russia/China keep Shiite Iraq and trade oil without petro-dollars, weakening the US/EU/IMF/WB and strengthening Iran/BRICS.

I think Russia & China & Iran are well aware of what is at stake... USA primacy.

Be prepared for Maliki to stay and for the world to start weaning themselves from the petro-dollar.


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