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War with Iran is War on You.

December 31, 2011


HOW MIGHT one collapse the global financial system virtually overnight? Start a war with Iran.

Iran borders the Straits of Hormuz, through which 40% of the world’s oil flows. A war with Iran would close the Straits, which is exactly what the globalist bankers want to do.

In case you’ve not yet noticed, the Fractional Reserve Banking system is set up to fail, short of repeated quantitative easing measures (printing money). This is because all money is now backed by debt agreements rather than substance (gold), and the interest differential between debt and credit balances means that interest rates are higher on debt – so that, periodically, we reach a point where there is far more debt in circulation than credit; too much debt to service.

Printing money to redress the balance simply dilutes the value of savings, as in fact does the money-tree growth that is Fractional Reserve Banking itself. So we lose even if the system stays in place.

HOWEVER, if you want to crash the whole thing almost in an instant – without even giving people time to prepare – you suddenly choke the world’s oil supply. And that’s exactly the prospect we’re looking at going into 2012 with. Armageddon, anyone?

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You see with money being backed by debt, it’s actually backed by human labour to satisfy the debt. To work, you need to travel, and you need power. You also need to EAT. To eat, you need OIL. No oil, or not enough oil… game over, financial system. (There’s a new one waiting in the wings.) And you go hungry, into the bargain.

Current estimates say that the amount of calories required in oil energy is about 70 for just ONE calorie of food energy for the food to be produced, transported and cooked before you eat it. So what happens if half the world’s oil supply is cut in an instant?

The price of oil has been estimated to rise 500% in such a scenario. Would food prices follow suit? Probably – if there was even food on the shelves of the supermarket. But would you have money to buy it anyway? Would you have a job?

NOW, WE’RE actually being prepped for such a situation. Reuters, the super-Masonic double-spiral logo lovers ran a story this week saying that IRAN might close the Straits of Hormuz. You may have heard: http://af.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idAFTRE7BQ0RP20111227?pageNumber=2&virtualBrandChannel=0 Now, you can be sure that, as per the Reuters logo, this has been spun.

Sure, Iran is now having naval exercises around the Straits. But so is the US. Chicken or egg? Ask yourself, who benefits? Is it the bankers, who are running our governments? They’ll get to clean up on all mortgaged land, won’t they?

Iran didn’t invade another country in 200 years. The US does it about once a year now. Iran is next – and if it happens, it will be a war on you. On your food supply, on your land. It may be time to start praying.

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Postscript: The Fractional Reserve Banking system’s architecture is based on the double spiral shownin the Reuters logo. Debt spinning around credit. Light around dark. It’s Kundalini, the Caduceus, the Dao, Wairua. But they bent it out of balance with the interest differential, so dark has the upper hand… and so that when they collapsed it – in 2012 – they would clean up on mortgaged land and, well, have a cull.

This is the real battlefield, and we’re each in the crosshairs. It’s also why we need to save seeds.

KIA ORA.

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8 Comments
  1. Very perspicacious! …needs to be said exactly like you laid it out.

  2. In error I left a message on the Nov.26 post at the bottom… for the erudite person(s) who are,to me are absolutely refreshing in their clarity…ie: hosting & reply on this site!…The info I left might further clarify the “Root” of our problem…Alex

  3. Maria permalink

    Going to be a very interesting 2012, or rather a scary one!
    Time to store seeds… silver/gold if you can afford it, buy canned foods etc…
    Nice article.

  4. anentropic permalink

    Good points but I question the need for gold-backed money (or money backed by any other arbitrarily chosen commodity). The important things it seems to me are: not to have debt money, and not to print (or otherwise create) more money than necessary.

    People look to gold-backed currency due to the second point, I believe this is because new gold is mined at a modest and consistent rate? But that fact is not guaranteed and any fluctuation in the gold supply will likely be in no way related to the economic situation of the country with the gold-backed currency. The value of gold is also subject to speculators games like any other commodity.

    It seems to me there may be other ways to have a stable and debt-free money supply. For example http://positivemoney.org.uk

    But this is all new to me and I’d like to hear more about the arguments for and against gold-backed and other forms of debt-free money.

  5. Chris permalink

    Very interesting. 2012 here we come.what kind of response have you got from this so far?

  6. Rod permalink

    It’s actually 20-25% of the world’s oil. But similar outcome nonetheless.

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