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RebazaBarzani
“I request Abadi to come to here. When he comes, we will welcome him. This is not my opinion, but 70% of us wants this.” Look at these . They also sold .
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Dr Omairdo Dec 20
Replying to @RebasaBarzani
the traitor is the one who stole his country's money to sifen it off to his tribe and spend it on western propaganda to leave this hard working man and many like him without salaries !!!
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RebazaBarzani Dec 20
Replying to @goodmmann
You Iraqi talking about stealing money? Your government has stolen more than 330 billion dollars. Go look at garbage cities of Bagdad and Basra. Iraq is one of the most corrupted countries in the world. Be proud of your country, very proud.
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myIraq Dec 20
If you knew anything about Iraq you'd know that the krg is 1000x more corrupt than Baghdad
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RebazaBarzani Dec 20
At least if you go to Duhok, Erbil and Slemani, you see nice developed cities, buildings and roads.
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myIraq Dec 20
Baghdad, not exactly bad I'd say 🤔
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Yousif Dec 21
Replying to @RebasaBarzani
Traitors because they ask for their basic rights? You're a Barazani you don't like the protests because you just want to keep stealing those poor people 👍🏻
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RebazaBarzani Dec 21
Replying to @josephalali_
Well why don’t the Iraqi government give them their RIGHTS? They should pay the salaries, not KRG. 2014 until now no money. Look who you are blaming. Biggest thieves are in Baghdad.
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RebazaBarzani Dec 21
Garbagehole Bagdad
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Yousif Dec 21
Replying to @RebasaBarzani
A few months ago you wanted to declare independence and claimed that you will be a strong country. Now you beg Baghdad to pay your salaries. This is a basic right for our Kurdish people that I totally support.
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Yousif Dec 21
Replying to @RebasaBarzani
But this cannot happen as long as Barzani family are stealing a percentage of this salary from the poor Kurdish people pockets. They also won't send the oil revenue to the central government because they need it to build their castles!
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RebazaBarzani Dec 21
Replying to @josephalali_
We never said we’d declare independence. We did a non binding referendum. The most peaceful and democratic day ever in Iraq. Be proud of that. By the way, we’re not begging, this is our RIGHT!
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RebazaBarzani Dec 21
Replying to @josephalali_
Go sell the airplanes of Maliki, boughy for himself with money of Iraqi people. Really funny you blame others, while Iraq is the most worse country according to corruption (actually everything).
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Mohamed Alemara Dec 21
Then what was the point of holding an INDEPENDENCE referendum? 🤦🏻‍♂️
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RebazaBarzani Dec 21
Replying to @josephalali_
It’s a process. We said we won’t declare independency immediately, but it’s a process. The results will always remain and will be implemented in near future. The point of the referendum is to expres the voice of 6 million people who don’t want to be part of a failed state.
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Mohamed Alemara Dec 21
You were just going on about how u weren't gonna declare independence in response to someone asking how would u prosper as a state if you're still dependent on salaries from Baghdad...
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RebazaBarzani Dec 21
Replying to @josephalali_
If we sell all our oil, including Kirkuk, can make deals without stupid Bagdad, we don’t have to depend on Bagdad. But when we are part of Iraq, this is our right!
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Mohamed Alemara Dec 21
Kirkuk isn't yours tho, and never was. While Iraq was fighting ISIS you filthy Kurds took advantage and surpassed your 2003 borders. All good now, we got kirkuk back and pushed Barzanis thugs back. Most Kurds don't even call themselves Iraqi, why does Baghdad owe u anything?!
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RebazaBarzani Dec 21
Replying to @josephalali_
Historically it is ours. Why don’t Iraq implement art.140? Scared that majority votes for KRG. Iraq didn’t push us back, we got betrayed. Baghdad owes us because it’s our constitutional right. And besides, you’re right. Being called Iraqi is an insult for me.
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RebazaBarzani Dec 21
Replying to @josephalali_
We could’ve declared independency in 2014, when ISIS was all over Iraq and Iraqi army fled like rats. We had respect and helped Iraq get back Mosul. But as always, Iraqi unthankful and unfaithful people.
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