Today I will make this newsletter short and sweet since my recent past letters have been very long recently. It is also a holiday and weather is perfect to be outside enjoying nature.
There is just so much good news and I can write a book. I wanted you all to know what is going on.
As I have said in the past the IMF now has and will continue to be the facilitator of the global reset process.
We are about to come to an end of the first phase of the process. Having said this I do not mean to say there are not issues that countries have to resolve prior to seeing the reset.
It is not now all about USA holding it up but the USA was in the past recent months the major player as to why the IMF has not released it.
This hold up has been corrected and the IMF has decided last week to go ahead and move forward in the rollout process.
Now that they are moving forward there are now other concerns that they have to address now that they have gotten to this level of the roll-out process. So they are addressing these issues now. I will tell you some of these major concerns.
One major concern for the USA includes how they are going to facilitate so many investors coming to the banks and exchange centers. It is now estimated that nearly 5 million plus citizens in USA now currently hold one or more of these revaluing currencies.
As many know the UST have instituted a call in process where you must first make a bank appointment using an 800 number. Their numbers are not yet published to the general public but the plan right now is to have these numbers distributed next week and people at the bank at that time.
To overcome some of the bottleneck they have begun group exchanges and are aiming at getting some of the larger groups exchanged this week.
If time allows they might open it up to the general public this week or next but the plan calls to not begin until the first week in May.
The IMF is now also attempting to put the Zimbabue (ZWD) back in the mix of currencies for this first basket.
There is great pressure from this country to have its own currency as it was moving forward in this direction and then postponed previously. Will they do it? I am hearing they may delay it a few weeks past the initial basket rollout but not far behind.
It may surprise us all and I hope I did not let too much of the cat out of the bag,.,,,,,lol....So I would not rush out and buy the ZWD but if I had the currency I would hold on to it. I am not financially advising anyone in anyway. This is just want I am going to do.
I want everyone to remember too that this rollout process is very dynamic and evolves. Does the IMF really want to roll out the final stages of the global reset......like yesterday? Does it snow in the Bavarian Alps in the winter? .....lol...
There is some minimal impact from the elections too. Some intel providers are spreading news that the election process does not matter. But I have to tell you I am hearing lots from the IMF inner circles and it does matter or should I say it did matter.
So this is all part of our delay so how can you just white wash over this and discount this so easily in your intel news? We are talking about a major political change about to happen in Iraq, one of the wealthiest countries on the planet and you want us to believe it has no impact?
I now say “did matter” because the closer they move through the elections, Iraq is finding that the people do in fact know more about the corruption and the necessity for a change in government than they expected.. Many more are turning out to vote than expected.
As much as the current prime minister wants to give them yet another 4 years of worthless politics, they are not going for this again. As I spoke in previous news there is also a huge ongoing political alliances that will soak up much of the votes Maliki could think about getting.
This is intentional and well thought out. So far no political party wants to support Maliki as it would be committing political suicide for the party as a whole. The National Allianace is now on the verge of extinction.
There is also the legitimate election law prohibiting the current PM from even running and this too scares parties from sponsoring him.
This law has been challenged in the Iraqi justice system too and was rendered constitutional. So in short Maliki may want to run for a third term and may pay to print posters, have free dinners, kiss babies and make grand speeches but there is no law prohibiting him from doing these things.
In the long run he will go nowhere in this election come voting time as we will all see at the conclusion of this election process.
So as this situation is evolving for the better, the IMF is now seeing that they can move forward more aggressively in the roll out. Political stability is finally on the near horizon for Iraq.
I still do not believe they will initiate the RV fully to the public until after the elections concludes but I could be wrong and they could find they could push this forward much more aggressively as the situation evolves over the next week.
So what does the future hold?
I believe that we will see the election results and then a flurry of laws will be announced in Iraq. I really expected the Amnesty law to force the release of many of the political prisoners before now but Maliki is holding any release of these potential political opponents. . If we are keen we can see why. This will happen soon after post elections.
Finally the long list of laws we and the Iraq people have long awaited for. The timing of the passing of the 2014 budget too will happen at about this time if not just prior. As I have stated in the past this budget it all done and waiting for the revaluation process to end.
There will also be some announcement about the currency going international too but it will not be the main topic of the discussion in the news. It will just be a comment. The announcement of the WTO ascension will follow days later but just prior we will all be at the bank.
They will then have TV broadcasts worldwide announcing their newly completed government (something that should have happened in January 2011) and it will not include Mailiki and his goons. We might even catch a glimpse of the good old president Talibani in the background smiling for the cameras (remember him?).
I believe at this time you may also see in the front row Allawi, Barzani, Hashimi and Jaafara smiling. Yes I did include Tariq al-Hashimi. I will not predict the new president but I do know for a fact Talibani will not be coming back in office.
But it is all good and I am very hopeful that now this country of Iraq will be moving forward.
Peace and Luv To Ya All.