There’s been a lot of conflict in the Middle East. And most of it has to do with the petrodollar.
Take Iran, for example. The country is undergoing a bout of hyperinflation. This came about because of the pressing sanctions the West placed on Iran. But it’s not the only way America is trying to control the country.
America is rapidly expanding its presence in hotspots such as Syria, because the country is aligned with Iran and is anti-petrodollar. By trying to control Syria, the U.S., by extension, is trying to control Iran.
Now, our government wants you to believe we’re in Syria because of Iran’s nuclear capabilities. But we think something more sinister is at play…
The U.S. is punishing Iran for trying to abandon the petrodollar.
This is not unprecedented. The U.S. government took down Saddam Hussein when he tried to do the same thing. It also took down Libya when Gaddafi, a U.S. puppet, turned on the U.S. and threatened to issue gold dinars. That’s why the U.S. blew up Libya’s water system and left 70% of the population without water.
These are actions our government takes to try to control other countries when it feels threatened. It’s clear that our administration is worried about something. And that something is our dollar’s standing in the global economy.
Pay attention folks. American foreign policy is the real cause of so much violence in the world. Obama — winner of the Nobel Peace Prize — was to correct all that. But no, he just continues down the same Bush road.
It’s the road to hell. We’re all on it. Expect real trouble in the future when the Petrodollar collapses.