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"Why" USA attacked the oil rich nations 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 140
I recently saw an interesting video which stated that President Nixon, when he took the USA off the gold standard, set up the EPA (and other such agencies) to appease the countries holding American debt. The land set aside as off limits for developemnt is collateral for the debt. According to the commentator the EPA is only a guise, so the American’s don’t know that Nixon “gave” almost 25% of America to the creditors.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Envi...al_Protection_Agency

It is interesting that on the news this AM, CBC indicated that the USA government wishes to relocate hurricane Sandy’s victims away from the coastline. Could it be that this prime land (not as it presently exists of course) will also become part of the collateral? It's just a thought, as coastline properties are normally very desireable.

Does anyone have any thoughts on whether Nixon did, in fact, perpetrate this “evil” against the American people intentionally, or is this truly intended to be protected for future generations?

www.qchron.com/editions/south/cuomo-sugg...7a-35bbc749c589.html

Another interesting bit of info this video presented was that there were seven oil rich countries that were not part of the Bank of international settlements in Switzerland. Apparently General Wesley Clark indicated that the master plan for dollarfication of the world’s oil nations included Libya, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Sudan (no mention if he is referring to the North or South Sudan), Somalia, and Iran (Venezuela has recently been added to this list) were/are targeted by the USA because they do not have privately owned banks. They “dare” to decide for themselves how to run their nations’ economies, rather than how private central bankers would like them to run.
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Re: "Why" USA attacked the oil rich nations 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 263
Debsyl, with regard to the first part of your post; my view is this is highly improbable. Apart from how unpopular this would make the U.S. government with its own people, I can't see any creditor nations agreeing to anything this flimsy.

What are their chances of ever COLLECTING on their debts in this manner...in the DISTANT future? Surely the same nation which defaulted on its obligations could just default on them again -- after their creditors sat around waiting for 50+ years(?).

Regarding the latter part of the post; the "list" you refer to is one I've also seen in my own reading/surfing. Obviously this is much more plausible. True?

It's one of those things where you look at the list, look at events over the past 10 years; and say to yourself if it's not true it's a pretty good coincidence/hoax. Yes, ANY nation which trades in oil (the KEY industrial commodity) but won't agree to submitting to Western financial hegemony with their monetary system has been "targeted" by the West (in one way or another).

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Re: "Why" USA attacked the oil rich nations 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 140
When searching for a link re the seven countries, I came across the following link. General Wesley Clark tells "his Story" explaining that the USA has been taken over by a "policy coup".



Jeff, if “land” was not offered to the debtors of the USA, what do you think was offered to them as collateral once gold was no longer backing the dollar. Many don't believe there is sufficient gold in the vaults.
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Re: "Why" USA attacked the oil rich nations 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 263
That's the point Debsyl. In my view, the most likely explanation is that the U.S. did "deliver" as much gold as it could to the nations it owed gold to. However, after the default it PRETENDED to still "own" all that gold (and other nations allowed the U.S. to pretend to do so) to prop-up the dollar -- since it was/is the reserve currency.

So all that "8,000 tons of gold" it claims to hold may actually exist (or at least did at one time); but if you go look in the vaults when outside visitors are NOT around; then the sign in front of the bars (listing the "owner") is not the U.S.


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Re: "Why" USA attacked the oil rich nations 1 Year, 7 Months ago Karma: 38
IF you look back at the Freegold narrative the original deal was US reserve currency=oil
with a floating amount of gold thrown in on every deal.

IMHO the US and other allies who "swooped" into the Middle East to rescue Arab Spring etc. were there only to confiscate gold reserves of nations. How's that for a radical Savoie-style view?
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The reserve currency divorced from any backing; as such the ability to "put the whole world on the hook for your mistakes" is the prize.

Mali? Swoop in under pretenses and get the gold. Where do you think Iraq's gold is or any other nation being "protected" for the sake of human rights etc.

There is no such thing left in the political world (read corporate world) that is concerned with human rights. Human rights are just a talking point to distract from the plane that is taking off carrying the wealth of a nation to "better vaults".

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