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The value of the Iraqi dinar is unlikely to change before 2026. In March 2021, a spokesman for the Central Bank of Iraq announced that the currency would remain fixed for the next four years. Later that year, another government official confirmed that the exchange rate had been established in government budgets.
The value of the Iraqi dinar is fixed by the Iraqi government and does not change, unless the central bank changes the exchange rate. This means that the government decrees the price for sale and purchase of the currency.
The dinar is the currency of Iraq, issued by the Central Bank of Iraq. In 1932, the dinar was introduced into circulation--replacing the Indian Rupee. Due to UN sanctions after the Gulf War in the early 1990's, the previously used Swiss printing was no longer available to create the original Iraqi Dinar notes, so a new note was issued. After the deposition of Saddam Hussein in 2003, the Iraqi Governing Council and the Office for Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance began printing the new dinar notes to maintain the money supply.
Banknotes were issued by the Iraqi government in the early 1930's in denominations of 1/4, 1/2, 1, 5, 10 and 100 dinar. Printing was done in the United Kingdom. After 1954, the Central Bank if Iraq issued these banknotes. In 2003, new banknotes were issued consisting of 50, 250, 1,000, 5,000, 10,000 and 25,000 dinar denominations. A year later a 500 dinar note was issued.
(1) Despite another 40 billion e-mail alerts from scam artists using stupid names that the Iraqi dinar was about to revaluate, or was in the process of revaluating, or that space aliens were going to descend on the U.N. Headquarters in New York and force a revaluation, the Iraqi dinar did not revaluate.
(2) There just wasn't any real news about the Iraqi dinar. No press releases, no nothing. While the scam artists will now say that it is the calm before the storm (or the RV), the more accurate appraisal is that it is the calm before the nothing actually happening, i.e., the calm before even more calm.
(3) I do note that the same scam artists who were selling the Iraqi dinars are now bundling them together with the Vietnamese dong (What a great name for a currency: "Hey, buddy, can you spare me a dong?" or "Give me a dong, and I'll pay you back later.") Make sense from their viewpoint -- if you are dumb enough to buy the dinar, you're probably dumb enough to by the dong too. The sad truth is that many people are recidivist suckers, falling to stupid get-rich-quick schemes over and over and over. Or in the words of Homer Simpson, "I know that I've fallen for a lot of get-rich-quick schemes in the past, but this time I'm going to get rich, and quick!"
Sorry for the lame update, especially one spanning two months, but there is only so much reporting one can do about absolutely nothing, and that's what is happening with the Iraqi dinar. Stay tuned for my special December 31st year-end "Nothing In Review" about absolutely nothing going on with the Iraqi dinar. And for those of you still harboring dreams of great riches with your jars of magic beans, well just keep turning them and good things will happen.
Well, loyal dinar investors, we are finally here! We are at the place where you need to get your confidentiality agreements with your financial advisers in place, and start looking for expensive houses on the French Riviera. Yep, for you it is champagne and caviar from here on out. The latest rumors say that the Iraqi dinar is just about to RV. Heck, the Vietnamese Dong and the Melchizedekian Shekel are about to RV too. Plus, NESARA is about to be passed into law, and that means that Omega Trust & Trading is about to pay off. Bernie Maddoff is going back in business. Heck, even Charles Ponzi is coming back from the dead to pay off. It all starts right now!
With Iraq devolving into a Sunni-Shia civil war of epic proportions, and a good chunk of the country overrun by ISIS, we can pretty much state here that the chances of the Iraqi dinar being RV'd anytime soon -- except maybe massively downward -- is between none and none. Iraq now has to fund its civil war, and that will cause the Iraqi dinar to slowly devaluate for years to come.
OK, well I totally forgot to update for August, 2014, because I was too busy taking money baths in Iraqi dinars. Yep, I filled the tub with them, the hot tub with them, and even my heated kidney-shaped pool (well, it isn't really kidney-shaped) with them. Every hour of every day, I'd jump in an take money baths in Iraqi dinars. De-lightful! With the upcoming Global Reset, all those dinars were going to translate into muy dinero Americano! But then, the neighbors started complaining because dinars were blowing all over the place, and the neighborhood started looking like a paper recycling center. Heck, bumbs started showing up with stacks of newspapers, and when the Boy Scout arrived with a truckload of old magazines looking for dough, well, that was that and I had to shut it all down.
You see, this NEW Global Reset ("NGR" -- I just made that acronym up) which is scheduled for October 1, 2014, must be the real deal. It has to be, because there are 18,000+ posts on the websites of those who sell Iraqi dinars that say it must be true. Never mind the fact that Iraq is totally broke, and their government teeters in existence from day-to-day. Tomorrow, er, October 1, is the day when it all turns around!
The story goes that because of ISIS, or ISIL (I get the two confused), the Powers-That-Be have decided that Iraq must immediately pay off its debts with Iraqi dinars. Not real, valuable money like U.S. dollars or Swiss francs, or even 20%off coupons for the two tacos and a drink combination at the 'Bell, but Iraqi dinars. These unnamed Powers-That-Be (i.e., the Rothschilds, Bildeburgers, Freemasons, Moose Lodge #416, and some would say Pauly Shore too) have decided that although Iraq is overrun with terrorists, has lost much of its Mosul oilfields to whoever, and whose army spends its time figuring out how to vamoose, is suddenly going to make a big comeback in a big way.
Yeah, and I would have had a delicious sausage biscuit this morning but for the pigs flying away. But, hey, I still get e-mails from folks telling me that I'm all wrong about the dinar, and that they'll be cruising the Aegean sea in their mega-yacht very soon. Sadly, many of these e-mails seem to be from older folks who have been taken in by the dinar scam, and who are well past their better mental years. They all want to leave their kids and grandkids something valuable, like bales of colorful but worthless script. "Here you go, son, your granddaddy left you this, and maybe you and your buddies can take it out to the river and have a bonfire or something."
Personally, I think dinars would be really cool to use as the paper for a homecoming float. Somebody please go out and decorate some old junker with dinars and send me the picture, ASAP. "And in the next care, here comes Ms. Sucker 2014".
So, what this means in real life, is that if you are holding on to bales on Iraqi dinars in your garage in the U.S., you will have to figure out how to exchange those old bills for new ones, or else totally forfeit their value.
The good news is that two scam artists were sentenced for selling Iraqi dinars, see -jailed-iraqi-dinar-scam/ According to the story, "The men, Bradford Huebner and Charles Emmenecker, were both convicted of fraud, and Huebner was also found guilty of evading reporting requirements and money laundering. Huebner received over 7 years in jail and Emmenecker almost 3." Here is another good story on the case, with pictures of the scammers: -men-sentenced-in-dinar-case.html
Otherwise, what do we know about Iraq? We know that it is a total mess, and as of today the entire government was fired. This is a failed country that is not making a comeback anytime soon, and the only thing you can expect of the value of your dinars is that they will keep going down. 041b061a72