TNT – More News, Rumors and Opinions Friday Afternoon 3-22-2024

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Tishwash:  Briefing Room Whitehouse.gov

Statement from Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on the Visit of Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’a Al-Sudani of Iraq to the White House

On April 15, President Joe Biden will welcome Prime Minister Mohammed Shia’a Al-Sudani of Iraq to the White House to coordinate on common priorities and reinforce the strong bilateral partnership between the United States and Iraq. 

The leaders will reaffirm their commitment to the Strategic Framework Agreement and deepen their shared vision for a secure, sovereign, and prosperous Iraq fully integrated into the broader region.  President Biden and Prime Minister Sudani will consult on a range of issues during the visit, including our shared commitment to the lasting defeat of ISIS and evolution of the military mission nearly ten years after forming the successful Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS.

They will also discuss ongoing Iraqi financial reforms to promote economic development and progress towards Iraq’s energy independence and modernizationlink

Tishwash:  Al-Sudani will visit Washington next month and discuss the dollar and the development of the military mission

Statement from the White House

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said on Friday that US President Joe Biden will welcome Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani to Washington on April 15 to discuss common priorities regarding the dollar and developing the military mission.

Statement by Karine Jean-Pierre:

On April 15, President Joe Biden will welcome Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani to the White House to coordinate on shared priorities and advance the strong bilateral partnership between the United States and Iraq.

Leaders will reaffirm their commitment to the Strategic Framework Agreement and work to deepen their shared vision of a secure, sovereign, and prosperous Iraq fully integrated into the broader region.

President Biden and the Sudanese Prime Minister will consult on a range of issues during the visit, including our shared commitment to the enduring defeat of ISIS and the evolution of the military mission nearly a decade after the formation of the successful global coalition to defeat ISIS.

They will also discuss ongoing Iraqi financial reforms to promote economic development and progress towards Iraq’s energy independence and modernization.  link

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KTFA:

MAllen:  I’m not very smart, but if the dinar become more valuable than the dollar then the game is over.  So just do it, what a better way to clean up the parallel market than to just change the rate.  Or tell the world, things will take care of itself.

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Courtesy of Dinar Guru:  https://www.dinarguru.com/

Frank26   You think they froze everything, paying everybody and having a normal functioning government just for the heck of it?  You think they did it to 3 budgets retroactive…?   There’s a new exchange rate…This budget is about to be brought back.  The time of overlapping with all the things we’re seeing is incredible.  It’s wonderful.  Because they’re in the process of raising the value of their currency of course you got to recalculate the budget…

Mnt Goat   …another article came out from the CBI telling us about yet another step in the RV/Reinstatement process is about to be implemented…The reinstatement is coming and I firmly believe from what we now know we are about to witness the major part of the Banking Reforms that everything else was geared up to support over the past 10 years.  Iraq is now slowly getting out of the sanctioned mindset / banking practices and return to common international banking practices of how they will be doing business with the rest of the world. Yet more evidence of it this period of news in March.

Expect A DRAMATIC TURN FOR THE WORSE for The Economy.. With MUCH Higher Stock Prices.

Greg Mannarino:  3-22-2024

https://youtube.com/watch?v=cAqH-gykX_E%3Ffeature%3Doembed%26enablejsapi%3D1

The Great Crash Just Started, Black Monday Is Not What You Think

Atlantis Report:  3-21-2024

In the midst of economic turmoil, alarm bells are ringing louder than ever. Despite efforts to contain it, inflation persists, squeezing budgets and rattling markets.

Uncertainty looms over job security as revisions reveal a less rosy picture of employment gains. The once-promising gig economy now faces imminent collapse, threatening the financial stability of millions.

And as if these weren’t enough, the banking sector stares down the barrel of potential disaster, with bank failures looming.

 Black Monday is not what you think.