|Tidbit Rumors & Opinions - Post By Dinar Detectives
[COLOR=#000000 !important]10-14-12 Butifldrm: This is crazy. Something is going to POP. I don't believe the US would allow Shabibi to be arrested. Plus, isn't Shabibi in Tokyo?
Hopefully this is just more NA propaganda. "Regulatory source revealed the issuance of an arrest warrant against CBI Governor Shabibi, sources revealed his escape outside Iraq.
The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity for said that an arrest warrant issued against Iraqi Central Bank Governor Shabibi for his alleged involvement process monopoly of the dollar and money laundering."
10-14-12 Moneysoon: "Shabibi known at the international level for his national courage, competence and integrity. Criticized what it called targeting the Iraqi Central Bank and the attempts by some political forces to undermine the independence of the Bank guaranteed by the constitution of Iraq and Iraqi laws and international."
Moneysoon Continues: Wow, for some reason I beleive this will force the revelation of the true plan. It appears that Shabs appeal to outside bodies that what he is doing only confirms what others have said.[/COLOR]
One, he is truly in workign in isolation to protect his vision and two, somebody's loose lips is about to sink the ship.
I do not believe the appeal to outside bodies will work in his favor. Perhaps one of these things might happen: he may have to reveal his plan prematurely, push the button now, flee and risk total corruption or stay and start to sing like a canary.
I have a feeling something is about to go down. I will pray on this Lord's Day that the Blessings we are all loking for will come into fruition through this new turn of events.
10-14-12 BGG: There are reports of the National Meeting being scheduled for the end of the month and that it will be televised. If this is the case the National Meeting will only be for show and everything will have been agreed to ahead of time.
This would indicate (for the moment at least) things are going well. As I have said before how Maliki finishes up will be the key.