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Why the United States will attack Iran

 
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Why the United States will attack Iran
I posted this in a another thread, but this is important enough for its own thread, and the info in the link is concise and focused. Please read this people.



The reason we will go to war with Iran is because the banksters are using the might of the US army to push over Iran and install a privately owned central banking system. Its about control.


Read this link for a super easy to understand breakdown of what is going on. Its a bit old, but its good.

original article done by Ellen Brown, November 13th, 2007

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Why is Iran considered such a serious threat? The official explanation is that it is planning to develop nuclear weapons.

Another theory says the push for war is all about oil; but Iran supplies only 15 percent of total Persian Gulf oil exports, and its oil is already for sale.2 We don't need to go to war for it. We can just buy it.

A third theory says the saber-rattling is about defending the dollar.

These theories all have some merit, but none of them seems sufficient to explain the war drums. What is so special about Iran? Here is another possibility: Iran poses a serious threat, not only to oil and the dollar, but to a secret financial weapon that keeps a global banking empire in power. . .

The debt trap snapped shut for many countries in 1980, when international interest rates shot up to 20 percent. At 20 percent interest compounded annually, $100 doubles in under 4 years; and in 20 years, it becomes a breathtaking $3,834.6 The devastating impact on Third World debtors was underscored by President Obasanjo of Nigeria, speaking in 2000 about his country's mounting burden to international creditors. He said:

All that we had borrowed up to 1985 was around $5 billion, and we have paid about $16 billion; yet we are still being told that we owe about $28 billion. That $28 billion came about because of the injustice in the foreign creditors' interest rates. If you ask me what is the worst thing in the world, I will say it is compound interest.

What bankers call the "miracle" of compound interest is called "usury" under Islamic law and is considered a crime.

In 1980, median income in the richest 10 percent of countries was 77 times greater than in the poorest 10 percent. By 1999, that gap had grown to 122 times greater. In December 2006, the United Nations released a reported titled "World Distribution of Household Wealth," which concluded that 50 percent of the world's population now owns only 1 percent of its wealth, while the richest 10 percent of adults owns 85 percent. At interest compounded annually, the debts of the poorer nations can never be repaid but will just continue to grow.

The key to the bankers' success was that they would control and manipulate the money systems of the world while letting them appear to be controlled by governments.

Most countries have now been brought into this private global banking scheme, with most of the world's money being created by commercial banks in the form of interest-bearing loans.

The alternative to this independent "central bank" system is what used to be called "national banking." Iran has this.

At a 1968 meeting of the secretive globalist group known as the Bilderbergers, a U.S. official named George Ball spoke of creating a "world company." The "world company" was to be a new form of colonialism, in which global assets would be acquired by economic rather than military coercion. The "company" would extend across national boundaries, aggressively engaging in mergers and acquisitions until the assets of the world were subsumed under one privately-owned corporation, with nation-states subservient to a private international central banking system.

Iran was among the few nations to have escaped this global privatization scheme. Iran had its own oil, and it managed to avoid the trap of speculative currency devaluation by imposing foreign exchange restrictions and price controls on its currency, something it could do because it had adequate foreign exchange reserves from its oil sales.1

Islamic scholars have been seeking to devise a global banking system that would serve as an alternative to the usury-based scheme now in control internationally, and Iran has led the way in devising that model. Iran is characterized as a democratic Islamic republic, which enforces Islamic principles not only morally but legally and politically. The American-backed Shah of Iran was overthrown in 1979, ending 2,500 years of monarchical rule. All domestic Iranian banks were then nationalized, and the government called for the establishment of an Islamic banking system that would replace interest payments with profit-sharing. Iran's state-owned central bank issues the national currency, with the seigniorage accruing to the government rather than to private banks.16 The Iranian government is among the few to have very little foreign debt. It uses its state-owned banks to make loans and credits available to industrial and agricultural projects.

That could explain the big guns trained on Iran, and the tightening of economic sanctions against it. Dominoes that won't fall into the debt trap must be pushed. Like in the brutal attacks in Lebanon in July 2006, the military targets in Iran are liable to be economic ones ports, bridges, roads, airports, refining infrastructure.20 The threat posed by Iran's alternative economic model will be obliterated by blasting it back into the Stone Age.

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Re: Why the United States will attack Iran
I posted this in a another thread, but this is important enough for its own thread, and the info in the link is concise and focused. Please read this people.



The reason we will go to war with Iran is because the banksters are using the might of the US army to push over Iran and install a privately owned central banking system. Its about control.


Read this link for a super easy to understand breakdown of what is going on. Its a bit old, but its good.

original article done by Ellen Brown, November 13th, 2007

[link to www.webofdebt.com]
 Quoting: bobbyz

Yeah - if we go to war with them, that will be the real reason - I think they are one of only three countries left that don't have a central bank - i.e. Insider Bank - running their country via the IMF.
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