Saturday, January 07, 2006

$150/Barrel Oil and Global Thermo-Nuclear War

You might as well get used to the idea, because this administration is bent on the destruction of the United States. They have borrowed on the souls of our children and payment is about to come due. Whether you believe the media and their cock-a-mamey story about Iranian Nuclear facilities or you are more attuned to the recent announcement by the Federal Reserve to stop publishing M3 data and what that means, we are headed for war, first with Iran and then with China and Russia.

By now your saying to yourself (and me) "David, you have lost it....gone 'round the pipe''re a few sandwiches short of a picnic...etc...."

Well lets look at a few facts:

1. The dollar has lost 96% of its value since the inception of the Federal Reserve.
2. In March, Iran, a major supplier and dealer of world oil, is going to open its Oil Bourse (unless we invade and stop it first).
3. At the same time The Federal Reserve is going to stop reporting M3, the major indicatory of the size of the money supply.
4. Since the dollar is the reserve currency for the world (but not for much longer), any destabilization of it will have global affects.
5. Russia and China are heavily invested in Iran and not likely to just stand by and let Bush get away with ruining their investments.

When (if we don't invade) Iran begins selling oil only for Euros, the fraud of the American dollar will be exposed and the dollar will not be worth a Continental. There will be a global reset of currency alignments and economies and governments will fall. If we don't invade, then $150/barrel oil is just the starting point. It will go up dramitcally from there. If we do invade then the government may be able to hold the price in the high hundreds for as long as they can resist the rest of the world trying to stop them, but in the end the dollar and the United States are toast.

Ed Haas has more on this:

Is it mere coincidence that the Fed will begin hiding M-3 the same month that Iran will launch its Iran Oil Bourse, or is there a direct threat to the stability of the U.S. dollar, the U.S. economy, and the U.S. standard of living? Are Americans being set up for a collapse in our economy that will make the Great Depression of the 1930’s look like a bounced check? If you cannot or will not make the value and stability of the U.S. currency of personal importance, if you are unwilling to demand from your elected officials, an immediate abolishment of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 and the fiat money scheme that the banking cartel has used for nearly a century now to keep our government and our people in a state of perpetual debt, than you are faced with but two alternatives, abject poverty, or invading Iran.

The plans to invade Iran are unspoken, but unfolding before our very eyes. The media has been reporting on Iran more often, and increasingly harshly. For the U.S. government to justify invading Iran, it must first begin to phase out the War in Iraq, which it is already doing. Next, it must portray the Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, as a threat to the region and the world. Finally, once naive American people are convinced the “weapons of mass destruction” that were to be found in Iraq are actually in Iran, coupled with the almost daily media coverage of Iran’s nuclear power / weapons program aspirations, and what we will soon have on our hands is another fabricated war that will result in tens of thousands of civilian lives being lost, all because the political elected pawns in Washington DC lack the discipline to return our currency to a gold or silver standard, end the relationship with the foreign banking cartel called the Federal Reserve, and limit the activities of the U.S. government to those articulated in Article I Section 8 of the Constitution for the United States of America.

When a wayward and corrupt fiscal policy and fiat currency, coupled with runaway government spending, forces a nation to only be able to sustain the value of its currency with bullets, the citizenry of the country involved in wars primarily to sustain its currency have historically first became slaves to their government, and then to the nations that finally conquer them. If you question the validity of such a premise, or whether it could happen to the United States of America, study the fall of the Roman Empire. If you read the right books on the subject, you’ll quickly discover that towards the end of the Roman reign, the Roman Empire was doing exactly what America is doing today; attempting to sustain a failed fiat money system with bullets.


If the United States invades Iran, or if Israel starts military actions by launches missiles at Iran’s nuclear power facilities, which then opens the door for the United States to intervene, most Americans will believe that our military actions in Iran will be to defend freedom and liberty while spreading democracy, when the truth is that we’ll be fighting a war in Iran because of our nation’s relationship with the Federal Reserve, a so-called bank that is not owned by the federal government, maintains no reserve, and isn’t a bank at all, but a cartel. Just like our war in Iraq, Americans and foreigners will die in battle so that the historical power bankers and brokers; cartel members such as Rothschild, Morgan, Lehman, Lizard, Schrader, Lobe, Kuhn, and Rockefeller to name a few, can continue collecting interest on every single U.S. coin and dollar bill in circulation, while controlling the U.S. Congress to the extent that the U.S. taxpayer becomes the collateral and lender of last resort to cover bad loans and unpaid debts that these institutions create by loaning money to third world countries, some of which are devout enemies of the United States. Remember the $400 billion savings & loan bailout approved by the U.S. Congress during the Reagan Administration? America is still paying for it – you and me, and so will our children and grandchildren.

We can avoid this, but only if the government fesses up about the Federal Reserve and ends this fiat currency. If we go by the Constitution and return to the bi-metal standard that is prescribed by law, we can avoid a world war. I'm not saying it will be easy, but it is preferable to 2000 spf sunblock and living underground.

But don't count on it. This adminstration and this congress have shown themselves to be more corrupt than any other in the history of America. They will jump from the sinking ship, taking as many of their toys as they can carry, but they have shown no interest in protecting Americans.

"We still find the greedy hand of government thrusting itself into every corner and crevice of industry, and grasping at the spoil of the multitude. Invention is continually exercised to furnish new pretenses for revenue and taxation. It watches prosperity as its prey and permits none to escape without a tribute."
-- Thomas Paine


Blogger Gunner said...

I have pretty much given up hope for the system ever working.

No. That's wrong. I know the system that they said was working for so long was simply covering the problems. That it did do nicely for most. But as a regulatory system for finance and stability it is a failure in the long term.

In the last week my wife and i have invested another $150+ in canned goods for long term storage. Saying such brings forth charges of delusion and other illnesses. I can live with that.

Saturday, January 07, 2006 11:07:00 PM  
Blogger David said...

Hi Gunner,

We moved into our new gulch in November (the day before Thanksgiving) and unpacked the hurricane supplies. We have also made a few trips to the store to replenish some stuff, but we need to go over our list and get back up to where we were when we lived in Florida. Luckily there is plenty of game around here and we have enough property to grow stuff.

I thought I might have been going overboard with that post, but all the facts point to a major conflict to cover the fraudulent dollar. I ran across another four articles about it last night.

Stay Safe, Stay Free...

Sunday, January 08, 2006 8:14:00 AM  
Blogger Triton said...

I always suspected that the Iraq war was fought to insure that Iraq sold its oil for dollars instead of Euros. A "War for the dollar", if you will. If Iran is truly threatening to sell its oil for Euros, I believe an invasion is imminent.

The path of least resistance for the feds is to use military force to prop up the dollar (as your post said). As long as they don't have long-range nuclear missiles, such a conflict should be winnable with acceptable losses.

We'll see what happens, I guess.

Sunday, January 08, 2006 4:44:00 PM  
Blogger David said...

Hi Triton,

Unfortunately I find it morally unacceptable to attack another country in order to try to extend the fraud of the American Dollar and while Iran may not be able to produce their own nukes, I am quite sure they have secured some left over Soviet nukes. In fact, right after the fall of the Soviet Union, there were numerous stroies of Soviet nukes being moved into and through Iran.

Irregardless, the stories I read last night said that an invasion is in the works and that the US will use tactical nukes as part of their attack whether Iran use nukes or not.

Either way the region will be further destabilized and the price of oil will skyrocket. $150/bar. is really just a conservative estimate.

Thanks for the comments. Keep on, keepin' on...

Sunday, January 08, 2006 8:41:00 PM  
Blogger Triton said...

Of course it's morally unacceptable. If you interpreted my comments to mean that I suggested otherwise, then I'm sorry for the confusion.

I'm just trying to figure out why the feds do the things they do. I think I know, but one is never entirely sure.

As long as the U.S. military is the biggest kid on the block, I think the dollar will be sustained through threat of force. I guess we'll just have to wait and see if Iran is the next domino in line to fall.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006 1:57:00 AM  
Blogger David said...

Sorry if I misunderstood you. They can try to sustain it, but the imbalances are growing too large. China is going to further diversify to try to save what they have. They know they can't save it all, but they also know they can't keep sitting on it. And, there is no way we are going to try to invade China to keep the dollar up... Iran would maybe stall it for awhile, but it won't solve it and it would all be a waste.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006 7:02:00 AM  
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