He will return. He said if anyone messes with my currency I will sue them. He has the International support behind him. He is a man of honor, truth, and dignity. Mark His words!
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We shall see. I thought that, at first, too. Now, I'm not so sure.
An article came out this morning, with statements from the government, that said this Turki is not experienced, and will only be around until either Shabibi is cleared, or someone else is appointed. Shabibi would have to have balls of steel to show back up in a country that might just kill him if he's convicted, when he's 80 years old and can retire in peace in Switzerland, surrounded by his family. Maybe he does and maybe he'll prevail, but I'm not betting on it.
Here's the article...
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My money is on Ali Allawi. He's Iyad's cousin, and Ahmed Chalabi's nephew, as well as a Bremer appointee and former Princeton visiting fellow, author, and former London banker, as well as one of four names put out by the World Bank as potential replacement for Shabibi literally minutes after Shabibi was dismissed, so he would be acceptable to National Alliance, Iraqiya, US/UN, and the international banking cabal. Here's a quote of his from the recent London Iraqi finance conference.“The opportunities in Iraq in the financial sector are the best in the world, but you have to have the appetite for riding the roller-coaster.”
– Professor Ali Allawi, former Minister of Finance
I don't know about y'all, but I've never heard Shabibi say anything like that. Allawi must know something we don't because the Iraqi banking system, at the moment, is an outdated, socialist shambles.