An adviser to Al-Maliki's flight to Germany « on: Today at 05:33:37 PM »
8/14/2014 An adviser to Al-Maliki's flight to Germany >>>>> Baghdad-(music) The security source revealed the escape of an adviser to outgoing Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Germany. He's (music) kateaa ngiman Stephen's Chancellor, known as "Abu Jihad" had fled to Germany for fear of prosecution after the failure of Al-Maliki in a third mandate. Many of the relativ es and advisers to Al-Maliki are thinking about escape from Iraq for fear of a legal proceedings will then detect files and transactions in the security and governmental leaders.(A.A-20) LINK
PM, I've read this article over and over but for some reason...just not seeing where Maliki is escaping in this article...so please, please correct me, someone if I'm wrong and would love to be wrong...although I have no doubt M will try to escape! :lol:
What I'm seeing is: 8/14/2014 An adviser to Al-Maliki's flight to Germany >>>>> Baghdad-(music) The security source revealed the escape of an adviser to outgoing Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Germany.
He's (music) kateaa ngiman Stephen's Chancellor, known as "Abu Jihad" had fled to Germany for fear of prosecution after the failure of Al-Maliki in a third mandate.
Many of the relatives and advisers to Al-Maliki are thinking about escape from Iraq for fear of a legal proceedings will then detect files and transactions in the security and governmental leaders.(A.A-20)
Your right BD,
It's not Maliki escaping,
it's his adviser....
That adviser knows where all the 'bodies are buried'
He had better leave the country to avoid prossecusion himself....
Wonder if that American company, that was supposed to help Maliki with his election, ever got their $50 million.?
Tlar and Lojak, I am a member of PTR as well and over there they say that we will see the dealers not selling the dinar for at least a few days pryer to the RV what do you think of that?
I had one friend call Xchange company of America yesterday and they told him they don't ship to Texas anymore. Another had the same experience again today. Could be just a license issue but I bought from them last week and they had no problem shipping to me. tlar
PTR is Peoples Talk Radio. Tlar no what I mean is do you think the dealers will have a time before the RV happens that they will no longer sell dinar, say a few days or so have you heard anything like this?
Momo8, I have always said as a Treasury licensed currency sale organization operating as an independent, they have a responsibilty (and maybe its a requirement under their license) to sell the currency to you if they have it in stock and are open for business.
I happen to believe they are required to do so under their license but that is a best guess and I'm not an expert on licensing requirements.
I could be wrong on that but I don't think so.
Theoretically these kinds of companies are not supposed to speculate, but rather they their make money buying and selling off the spread.
Having said that, if I owned a currency company and was sitting on billions of dinar, I might find a way to slow sales and make it more difficult to get while maintaining the apprearance of still selling.
Xchange sold me dinars last week and shipped them immediately.
I live in Texas.
Two friends of mine that also live in Texas were just told 2 days ago, Xchange does not ship to Texas. Texas is one if the biggest market for dinar speculators. So you figure t out. tlar
No, they will sell before and after the change but sales should be slower because the big investors most likely will not buy and hold the currency as we have done, preferring to buy on Forex.
Holding the currency really works on the non valuable currencies like the dinar or dong have been.
If you speculate on the the Euro etc. most will do it through a Forex account never taking possession of the bill itself.
I would think that the dinar will go the same way.
But again, the currency traders will at least for a while have inventories and continue buying and selling at the new level.
That is unless they decide to liquidate their company instead of continuing operations.
Then that inventory will be liquidated as it would be in any company closing its doors..
I expect some of these currency companies that have been selling dinar and making a living, will just close their doors preferring to cash their inventory and close their company.
When they do this as long as all bills are paid and they pay off any notes and have no liens against their company, the inventory of dinars will be distributed to the owners or the profits will be.
They will pay a tax just as you and I do. tlar