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WILL AMERICANS SACRIFICE MORE OF THEIR OWN FOR THE BANKERS?

 

 

By: Devvy

January 9, 2006

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"This notion that the United States is getting ready to attack Iran is simply ridiculous. And having said that, all options are on the table." George Bush, Brussels, Belgium, February 22, 2005.

On December 15, 2005, Bush called Iran "a real threat" and repeated his 2002 harangue that Iran is part of an "axis of evil." Bush went on to say, "I called it part of the 'axis of evil' for a reason. It's a real threat."

Apparently Congress didn't get the message because counterfeit U.S. Sen. Sam Brownbeck, R-Kan., unlawfully got $3 million dollars put in the recent budget to "promote democracy" in Iran! "This money should be made available immediately for those seeking to express their opposition to the hard-line Islamic government and to promote internationally recognized human rights," said Brownback.

Think Bush didn't know about that unconstitutional $3 million dollars in the budget he signed? The president calls Iran evil and Congress turns right around and steals from the people's treasury to fund the very same country's political factions. Since there is no money left in the people's treasury (it's overdrawn by $8.1 trillion dollars and counting), this $3 million dollars will have to be borrowed from the private banking cartel, the "FED."

How long will it take you to earn $3 million dollars? Americans have become little better than beasts of burden, trudging off to one, two or three jobs everyday to pay the money lenders for this type of economic flogging. It is NOT the responsibility of the American taxpayer to fund any foreign country's political parties or factions. Jefferson, Madison, Washington, Patrick Henry - they must all be spinning in their graves, sickened by the stupidity of the American people for continuing to support such unlawful actions by any sitting president or Congress. On Nov. 4, 2005, Congress passed a another grossly unconstitutional foreign-aid appropriations bill in the amount of $20.9 billion borrowed dollars. In this monstrous new rape of the people's treasury is a $4 million dollar expenditure to fund Russian political parties. How long does it take you to earn $4 million dollars? How hard is it for you to put food on the table and pay the rent?

It's okay to steal from the American people to send $3 million dollars to support political parties in Iran, a country declared evil by Bush and known to harbor terrorists. It's okay for the USAID, another unconstitutional swindle funded by the sweat off your back to fund terrorists groups. It's okay to do business with the communist Chinese and Russians, the two largest host terrorist nations on this globe, but it's not okay to do business with Iraq - except bomb them into oblivion to control their oil reserves.

Has anyone seen or heard a direct threat from Iran to launch a nuclear weapon at America? Invade America? Has there been any credible threat from Iran to do the United States any harm? Media sources continue to report with a certainty that Iran is going to attack the United States with a nuclear weapon based on "intelligence sources."

Do the American people believe Iran would be so foolish as to lob a nuclear weapon at the United States? There's no question our military capability is superior. We could wipe out Iran with a snap of the fingers. They know it, we know it. Iran maintains they have the sovereign right to develop nuclear power - just like Britain, France, China, India, Israel, Pakistan, Russia, and the United States have already developed deployable nuclear weapons under their sovereign status.

North Korea is also being accused of building up a nuclear capability allegedly based on the constant threats of military action by Bush. Since the 1960s, both the Russians and Communist Chinese have provided substantial support to North Korea's efforts. As recent as 2003, Pakistan began playing a substantial role in making North Korea's nuclear program a success. Communist China, Russia and Pakistan - all supposed friends of the United States - helping an enemy of America build their nuclear program.

According to a Feb. 29, 2000, story - titled, "China Threatens U.S. with Missile Strike," by Bill Gertz of the Washington Times - "China stepped up its war of words over Taiwan yesterday, bluntly threatening to fire long-range nuclear missiles at the United States if it defends the island."

Despite this direct threat, Bush hasn't threatened to nuke or invade Communist China - his good friend and trading partner. But, Bush has been making threats against Communist North Korea and Iran for years, demanding those two countries shut down any nuclear operations.

Something very important is being overlooked here. The Communist Chinese don't have enough energy. Communist China has long-standing close ties with Iran. In a published report by BBC News, Nov. 1, 2004:

"According to China's official Xinhua news agency, the two countries signed a memorandum of understanding committing Sinopec to buy 250 million tons of liquefied natural gas from Iran over 30 years. Iran will also export 150,000 barrels of crude per day to China after Sinopec has developed the Yadavaran field, Xinhua reported.

"It valued the deal at $70 billion. Iranian news service IRNA said the memorandum granted China the right to explore and develop the Yadavaran oil field, and provided for LNG sales of 10 million tons a year. Iran supplied roughly 13 percent of China's oil imports in 2003, according to official figures quoted by Xinhua.

China has been experiencing blackouts for years and it will get worse. The Washington Post report gave a good overview of the problem for the communists on July 15, 2005:

"With so much competition for assets, China has pursued deals with international pariah states that are off-limits to Western oil companies because of sanctions, security concerns or the threat of bad publicity. China National Petroleum is the largest shareholder in a consortium running much of the oil patch in Sudan, a country accused by the United States of genocide in its western region of Darfur.

"Last year, China signed a $70 billion oil and gas purchase agreement with Iran, undercutting efforts by the United States and Europe to isolate Teheran and force it to give up plans for nuclear weapons. If Cnooc acquires Unocal, it would have gas fields and a pipeline in Burma, whose operation by the U.S. company has been criticized by human-rights groups.

"No matter if it's rogue's oil or a friend's oil, we don't care," said an energy adviser to the central government who spoke on the condition he not be identified, citing the threat of government disciplinary action. "Human rights? We don't care. We care about oil. Whether Iran would have nuclear weapons or not is not our business. America cares, but Iran is not our neighbor. Anyone who helps China with energy is a friend."

See how China looks at the bigger picture: Who cares if the oil comes from rogue nations or nations that host terrorist? They will get what they want, one way or the other.

Here's the trouble that's coming:

"Contemporary warfare has traditionally involved underlying conflicts regarding economics and resources. Today these intertwined conflicts also involve international currencies, and thus increased complexity. Current geopolitical tensions between the United States and Iran extend beyond the publicly stated concerns regarding Iran's nuclear intentions, and likely include a proposed Iranian "petroeuro" system for oil trade. Similar to the Iraq war, military operations against Iran relate to the macroeconomics of 'petrodollar recycling' and the unpublicized but real challenge to U.S. dollar supremacy from the euro as an alternative oil transaction currency."

The quote above is from an important article titled Petrodollar Warfare: Dollars, Euros and the Upcoming Iranian Oil Bourse that all Americans should read because that event will happen in March 2006. This is a very dangerous situation brewing and Bush won't hesitate to sacrifice more of your sons, daughters, fathers, brothers and husbands to feed an illusion. It is tragic that we cannot reach more Americans with the truth, but so many don't want it anyway. Besides, with such a dumbed down population walking around like zombies with their I-pods and cell phones growing out of their ears, most don't have the ability to understand the danger staring them right in the face.

In my January 2, 2006 column, It's an American issue, I quoted Jeri Lynn Ball on how the communists create enemies, turn on them and then terrorize the American people:

"They (the Russian, communist Chinese, U.S. communitarian allies) have used them to justify the invasion of Afghanistan, Iraq, and other countries and to manipulate Americans into supporting government hunts in the exact same manner as the Communist Russians. Their aim is to manipulate whole populations into supporting "wars of national liberation" and achieving not only the sovietization of "liberated" undeveloped countries such as Afghanistan and Iraq, but also the full altruization and sovietization of the United States and other Western nations."

Bush is now terrorizing the American people with Iran. Is it in America's best interests for Bush to bomb Iran - killing who knows how many innocent civilians - to shut down their nuclear plants? Certainly Iran is no friend of America. The world is a damned dangerous place, but it is made more so by the unseen forces behind the curtain feeding these wars in a shoving contest for control of oil.

What about the reaction from nuke-rich Communist China that desperately needs Iran's oil and natural gas? Are the American people prepared for the retaliation if Bush bombs Iran? Are the American people ready to sacrifice thousands of our precious military personnel for a perceived threat for whose interests?

"Whose interests" is the central bank - the crowning glory of evil. If the American people think the banking cartel is going to allow their trillions to go down the rat hole, they grossly underestimate how evil these monsters really are who operate behind the scenes. Many of us have been warning for over a year about the coming financial catastrophe with the first 77 million baby boomers retiring in '08, but Americans appear to be uninterested, too dumbed down or too afraid to accept what's right in front of their eyes. They are putting themselves and their families at great risk.

While the American people don't have a clue, Warren Buffett (worth $46 billion) and Bill Gates (worth $42 billion) do see the bigger picture, which is why they and others with enormous financial assets have kicked the dollar. In a January 29, 2004 column, Gates is quoted as saying, `"I'm short the dollar,'' Gates, chairman of Microsoft Corp., told Charlie Rose in an interview late yesterday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. "The ol' dollar, it's gonna go down."

Back in 1928-1929, economists and those who understand the significance of a gold backed currency tried to warn the American people about what was coming. Too many ignored the warnings or simply had no understanding of how the central bank operates. It's no different than today. Astute, concerned Americans are buying at least some gold as a hedge for the dollar. Politicians lie, gold doesn't.

2006 Devvy Kidd - All Rights Reserved

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Devvy Kidd authored the booklets, Why A Bankrupt America and Blind Loyalty, which sold close to 2,000,000 copies. Devvy appears on radio shows all over the country, ran for Congress and is a highly sought after public speaker. Your complimentary copy of the 32-page report may be obtained from El Dorado Gold. Devvy is a contributing writer for www.NewsWithViews.com.

Devvy's website: www.devvy.com

E-mail is: devvyk@earthlink.net


 

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