"We are definitely in the end game of the plan."
There is a lot of conflicting intel and articles regarding the confusing political and security situation in Iraq and how it all impacts where we are right now. But what we all need to remember is that this is much different than the world watching the Tutsis and Hutus in Rwanda being allowed by the world to descend into sheer anarchy and chaos and nobody really seemed to care.
This is the country where 4,489 American Soldiers were killed, 32,021 were wounded and which costed the U.S upwards of 1.1 Trillion dollars.
So needless to say the most powerful superpower in the world has a vested interest in making sure one wanna-be dictator will never be allowed to thwart their original plan, which was to first oust their prior dictator who also thought he was invincible.
Take control of their oil through so-called Strategic Framework Agreements, take control of their central bank bringing it into the 21 century, while devaluing and soon revaluing their currency, of which they own trillions to pay for the war itself, as stated by Bush.
So with that in mind, all we have to do is attempt to guesstimate, based on what we can factually determine by what we actually see in real time, if they intend to do this right now, or if they are content to wait out the Iraqi constitutional process.
From what we see. we can safely assume that they WILL NOT allow Maliki to continue as Prime Minister because they have made that perfectly clear.
We can also assume that, based on Kerry's personal visit and the urgency of his message for the acceleration of the forming of the government, that the PTB want this done sooner rather than later, and that they are much further along in the process - politically, economically and security - than we are being led to believe... for obvious reasons that include keeping the wannabe dictator off balance for what is to come.
So from this, we can safely assume that we are definitely in the end game process of the entire plan,
Which culminates in the RI/RV of the Iraqi dinar.