The Repressive Iranian Leadership Have Created the Conditions for Violence
President Trump Weighs In On the Iranian Crisis
Wtih the President so quick to judge the events in Iran, it appears highly likely that he is, in part, behind what is happening in Iran.
Human rights violations Mr. President? There are human rights violations every single day in Iran. As I like to say, there is the reason and then there is the real reason for one’s actions. This is about much more than human rights violations.
A Clear Case of Supporting the Petrodollar
Why would the President be behind, or at least in support of these events in Iran? The answer is simple, this President has based his entire presidency to this point in time on building up the economy. As much as America, and Donald Trump, may loathe the Federal Reserve, the financial health of the Federal Reserve is paramount to the health of the dollar and central to Trump’s economic recovery plan.
At the center of this controversy is the Petodollar. Prior to the rise of the BRICS nations, nearly all nations of the world had to first purchase American dollars from which they would then purchase oil from Middle East suppliers. This gave the dollar its only backing. A healthy dollar is contingent upon the use of the Petrodollar. The BRICS, led by Russia and China, began to purchase Iranian oil in gold and subsequently damaged the dollar. Undoing this damage is paramount to saving the dollar in the short-term. Trump may not like the Federal Reserve, but he likes a failing dollar far less. In the following short video, I discuss how we can be certain that this series of protests, which is looking more and more like an outright insurrection, is being motivated by Western and US interests. The highly relevant material is found at the one minute mark in which I reference the fact that the Iranian dissenters are chanting pro-Western phrases which have to do with Palestine and other Western foreign policy interests.
Like President Trump must be feeling, I am having conflicted feelings. I would love to see the degenerates from the Federal Reserve fail. However, I am not willing to cut my nose off to spite my face. America needs a healthier dollar and countering the BRICS intent of destroying the dollar is important. Therefore, it is hard to not support regime change in Iran and at least a temporary restoration of the Petrodollar.
The Beginning of Russia’s Line In the Sand
Russia has made Iran a very close ally and economic partner and anyone with any degree of awareness of Russia’s political and economic interests should be concerned that Russia will put troops on the ground in Iran in order to preserve the status quo.
“Moscow considers the ongoing unrest in Iran an internal matter and will regard any outside interference to be unacceptable, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Monday. “We express the hope that the situation won’t develop into a scenario of bloodshed and violence,”the ministry said in a statement quoted by Russian news agencies. “External interference destabilizing the situation is inadmissible.”
The Chinese Will Not Be Left Out
It is not just Russia that the United States has to worry about with regard to Iran. The Chinese appear to be inserting themselves into this controversy as well.
From the Daily Caller:
“…appeared to be signs of Chinese militarization of Pakistan…“
In the last few months, there have been persistent reports of Chinese survey teams in the areas west of Gwadar, a seaport considered critical to the success of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the linchpin to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, an effort to achieve Chinese commercial dominance in South Asia and as a connection to its strategic interests in the Middle East and Africa.
Pakistan would be an excellent jumping off point if military aid was needed in Iran to prevent a regime change which would prove detrimental their BRICS interests.
How long will it be until Moscow puts troops on the ground in Iran? What will China’s role be? Should the world be focusing on the events inside of Iran instead of what is going on with North Korea? Is North Korea merely a distraction and a disguised excuse to mobilize for war under false pretenses?
This is beginning to feel a lot like the military build up to World War I.
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