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    Post Iraqi banks see increase in financial deposits

    Iraqi banks see increase in financial deposits

    Financial deposits have increased at Iraqi government and private banks, which Iraqi experts and banking specialists say reflects growing public confidence in the country's banking institutions.

    Source: IraqDirectory.com

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    I wonder if that includes the largest private bank in Iraq,(uhmm...), Al-Warka Bank. I hope I'm wrong but I don't think Warka will be reimbursed for the financial debacle Maliki's thugs slapped on them until the Sunni hating Maliki is defeated or goes back to Iran with hundreds of millions of stolen gold, USD and who knows what else. I still can't believe that Bush's people allowed this Iranian sympathizer to even run in the first election.
    The POTUS, Barack Hussein Obama, (aka Barry Soetoro) continues to prove that he is now the MOTUS - Marxist of the USA with much more collateral damage yet to come.

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    Check out the New Yorkers piece in Maliki. CIA actually recommended Maliki as a candidate to the
    Bush administration. Great article, although I don't believe everything in it.
    "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat." - Sir Winston Churchill

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    Thanks, d-d. Maliki probably started with good intentions but access to that much money and power in addition to his hatred of Sunnis steered him to the dark side from which he can't return. If he loses the election, I believe he will leave Iraq on his own or forced out for being a lying crook and thief.
    The POTUS, Barack Hussein Obama, (aka Barry Soetoro) continues to prove that he is now the MOTUS - Marxist of the USA with much more collateral damage yet to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinar shore View Post
    Thanks, d-d. Maliki probably started with good intentions but access to that much money and power in addition to his hatred of Sunnis steered him to the dark side from which he can't return. If he loses the election, I believe he will leave Iraq on his own or forced out for being a lying crook and thief.
    Agreed. He'll probably end up in the EU along with other former officials who embezzled funds.
    "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat." - Sir Winston Churchill

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