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The Frozen Dollar ... A Thriving Money Laundering Business


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Post by rocky on Tue 29 Sep 2020, 10:05 am

[size=12]On September 29, 2020[/size]
[rtl]Haider Al Haider Al Ajoudi[/rtl]
[rtl]Future Center for Strategic Studies[/rtl]
[rtl]Spread on various social networking sites propaganda leaflets for many unknown people promoting the sale of dollars (anonymous), most of the time half or a third of the real price of the dollar is placed on them, so that every $ 100 is sold for $ 50 or less !, or I buy $ 10 thousand at a value Only 5 thousand dollars! Do these dollars have a specific source? Why are they sold at half their real value? And who is behind promoting this trade?[/rtl]
[rtl]The frozen dollar[/rtl]
[rtl]The term "frozen dollar" appeared for the first time during the second Gulf War, after Saddam Hussein's army invaded into Kuwaiti territory, millions of dollars were seized from Kuwaiti banks, and in order to prevent the circulation of stolen dollars, their serial numbers were frozen by Western financial systems, which means preventing their circulation In any of the government banks because it lacks its real value in the commercial markets, the frozen dollar is not considered counterfeit at all, just like any other dollar, and it cannot be separated from the correct dollar, except that it is not working for a while, and it is not spent in official banks, so it is pumped into the black market By virtue of the lack of awareness of the exchange owners of these frozen numbers, which means that the fraud and fraud operations through it may be very easy, but not every green paper can be a dollar, so it is completely different from a sound dollar, and the process of buying and trading it may be a participation in the laundering and re-circulation of that money .[/rtl]
[rtl]Brokers and gangs[/rtl]
[rtl]Gangs and large networks for money laundering and returning the value of what was stolen from the banks, millions of dollars were stolen from the conflict areas, to reach the pockets of the Arabs in one of the largest swindles and fraud, so no one will be able to officially enter these currencies into government banks, and to re-exchange them must enter illegally. Legally, they are not fraudulent or 100% valid, but no one can buy them anything except through the black market![/rtl]
[rtl]To exchange this frozen dollar, specialized brokers are deployed for this purpose in Turkey, Jordan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and other Arab countries in which the global financial digital system is somewhat weak, which facilitates the process of trading these currencies, fraud and fraud through them with great ease.[/rtl]
[rtl]What is its source?[/rtl]
[rtl]The sources of the frozen dollar are many, but the most widespread in the Arab world comes from the conflict areas in the region, and according to economic analysts, Libya is the most prominent source of the frozen dollar. With the fall of Muammar Gaddafi's regime in Libya after the revolution that toppled his regime in 2011, former US President Barak signed Obama ordered an executive order to freeze all the assets of Gaddafi and his family, in addition to the senior figures in the Libyan government at the time and with them the Central Bank and the country's sovereign wealth funds, which led to the accumulation of millions of dollars in the Libyan treasury, and with the deterioration of the security situation in the country, these funds were smuggled into a number of countries. After the American invasion of the country in 2003, large amounts of dollars were stolen from government banks, which in turn informed Washington in order to freeze them so that no one would benefit from their disposal or Enter them into bank accountsSecond, in addition, some specialized sites mention that some of this money comes from Iran and Venezuela, which are subject to the US administration's sanctions, and huge accounts have been frozen, which led to the accumulation of large amounts of frozen dollars.[/rtl]
[rtl]The capital of the frozen dollar[/rtl]
[rtl]The capital of the Turkish state, Istanbul, has turned into the capital of the frozen dollar in the world, where the sale of those dollars flourishes for many years, after it was the seat of stolen Iraqi funds and other countries of conflict, and with the outbreak of tension in Libya and Turkey's intervention in the Libyan scene and after its transformation into an ally of the Government of National Accord Affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, that trade flourished strongly in the Turkish capital, especially after the economic crisis that struck the country recently, and some sources from Libya mention that after the economic crisis that struck Turkey this year, which led to the contraction of the Turkish economy by 9,9% in the second quarter of this year and the collapse of the Turkish currency in a big way, some Turkish businessmen tended to transfer large amounts of money from Libya, but that money was frozen before it reached Turkish territory, it turned it into money without a real value for it, and instead of pumping it into The Turkish Central Bank was pumped into the black market to dubbed Istanbul after that as the fridge of Libya's money, turning it into a thriving market for Libyan funds amid a large government overlooked sales and purchases, so is all this done under the supervision of the Turkish government? Or is it incapable of controlling this booming trade? .[/rtl]
[rtl]Iraq and money laundering[/rtl]
[rtl]Despite the warnings of the Central Bank of Iraq to prevent the circulation of the frozen dollar on the black market, but the weak souls of unknown persons may be supported by merchants who continue to publish ads on social networking sites to encourage people to buy these dollars at a price less than their real value, and because Iraq is one of the Countries that suffer from money laundering and cross-border currency smuggling crimes, and gangs are involved in this, taking advantage of rampant financial corruption, to throw their goods on the Iraqi exchange market. Will this money be controlled in Iraq and its promoters and workers held accountable?[/rtl]
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