Iran is going to line up with international banking cartel or else - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark
    • 20.09.12 | 06:57 (IDT)

    This is not about Iran's nuclear power or not, maybe Iran already have nuclear bomb ,Russia was seeling them when Soviet Union Broke up, maybe Iran bought one or two, real stroy is that bringing Iran with the Internationla Banking Cartel and obey the rules of the Petro dollar, US Economy will tank if there is no use of Petro Dollar, and I do not blame US to protect its intrest, remember Dick Cheney told the Russian even, do not mess with our Perto Dollar or else,Saddam, Gaddafi or any other leader who is thrathening Petro dollar is a History,new World Order is that since there is no Gold backing US dollar since Nixon, only other tengibale asset is OIL, and US dollar is backed by Oil, since everyone needs oil, so will they need US dollar,it is Economy stupid,,and US will never allow its curency to tank,and they have every right to do that so, that is why US uses Israel as hit man to put all Gulf oil nations in check or Israel will get you.but do you get me? I hope so

    from the article: Iran nuclear chief says Tehran does not intend to enrich uranium beyond 20 percent
    First published 10:06 18.09.12 | Last updated 10:06 18.09.12
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