Iran’s Bourse, the Dollar and “Pre-emptive” War

by | Jan 22, 2006 | Stress Blog | 3 comments

We all know (hopefully) from reading Dr. Gordon Prather 3 times a week at and World Net Daily (and even from rags like the Washington Post) that if the government of Iran began to enrich uranium for nuclear bomb making purposes right now, it would take them 10 years to make one simple gun-type nuke (Prather’s term) (and nevermind the delivery system). In other words, all the hype about some imminent nuclear danger is a pack of lies.

Karen Kwiatkowski, Ph.D., the great witness to the Office of Special Plans, has said repeatedly that she believes one of the principal reasons for the invasion of Iraq was that in the year 2000 Saddam Hussein had begun demanding Euros instead of dollars as payment for “his” oil.

Now there is this incredible article by Krassimir Petrov, Ph.D., along the lines of Dr. Prather’s piece this weekend which speculates that the reason the neocons and the Israeli government keep asserting Iran will have nukes and require bombing by March is because they are about to open a new oil and gas exchange – the Iranian Bourse, and will be demanding payment in Euros.

This is bad news for the US dollar because the Saudis et al. demand dollars for their oil and the powers of the Earth must therefore hold large amounts of US currency.

Iran, a state run by people who for some reason aren’t happy with us, plan to demand Euros in their new exchange. That could lead to the government banks of the world to diversify their holdings and a flooding of the US with our government’s paper money that has been held in those foreign accounts. Then comes inflation – bad inflation.

The War Party may have decided that the time is now for pushing the nuke program lie and striking while the getting’s good.

This article by Professor Petrov lays it all out.

Why is it so hard to understand that the threat to the dollar is the 2.5 Trillion dollar budget every year- much of it new money created out of nothing? They bankrupt America with incredible rates of spending on wars to maintain dollar dominance and create the problem in the process.

Israel, oil companies, the military-industrial complex, crazy born again war for God types – in the end, it’s all about the state isn’t it?

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