Central Bank of Iraq
Random question to be asking… agreed but by all means since talking more about this Dinar RV business we have delved a little deeper into looking at the owner/controller of the Central Bank of Iraq.
Of course this could all just be one enormous conspiracy theory with very little substance. But it is worth considering in a little more detail.
John Perkins wrote a book called “Confessions of an economic hitman“. John is an IMF Whistleblower who worked for the International Monetary Fund aka the IMF and has since released a book detailing his account of what really goes on at the IMF.
This ties in line with what I know of the real Iraq, Saddam Hussein as much as he did some awful stuff, for which he can never be forgiven. He also did many good deeds, at the heart of bettering the Iraqi economy was the oil industry. On June 1, 1972, Saddam oversaw the seizure of international oil interests, which, at the time, dominated the country’s oil sector. A year later, world oil prices rose dramatically as a result of the 1973 energy crisis, and sky-rocketing revenues enabled Saddam to expand his agenda.
Of course, this does no favours for the customers wanting to buy the oil but it certainly puts more $£€ in the country for it’s socio programmes.
Within just a few years, Iraq was providing social services that were unprecedented among Middle Eastern countries. Saddam established and controlled the “National Campaign for the Eradication of Illiteracy” and the campaign for “Compulsory Free Education in Iraq,” and largely under his auspices, the government established universal free schooling up to the highest education levels; hundreds of thousands learned to read in the years following the initiation of the program.
Even today, when travelling to the likes of Tunisia, I remember a taxi driver talking to me saying “ahhh Saddam, he used to send lots of school books for our children”.
Or when in Morocco, a lady explaining that her Moroccan Grandma was a staunch supporter of Saddam, this lady said “My Grandmother died before Saddam was executed, she wouldn’t of been able to live if she knew he was executed”.
It sort of stunned me because, I know how life was under Saddam and I knew the many good / bad things he done.
Of course, I cannot sit here and say I am a supporter of Saddam, for me what happened in Kurdistan is simply unacceptable and that defines my opinion of him. However anyone watching western media would never have expected these people to speak with such fondness in the year 2011/2012.
But really deep down, in other countries throughout North Africa and the Middle-East the opinion of Saddam was favourable.
Especially when one considers the United States support for Iraq during the Iran–Iraq War, against post-revolutionary Iran, included several billion dollars’ worth of economic aid, the sale of dual-use technology, non-U.S. origin weaponry, military intelligence, Special Operations training, and direct involvement in warfare against Iran.
So back to business, watch this video of a former IMF employee and hopefully you will get where I am going with this blog post:
My personal opinion: The impression I got from Saddam was that he was on a mission to take Iraq places only others could dream of, alone. He seemed to want to do it all himself without the support or help of western nations. He seemed to feel as though he didn’t need to sell to the Americans or trade with the British. He seemed to think he could do it his way without other countries dictating to him how he should be doing it, how wrong was he?
By watching the above video – if John Perkins is correct in what he is saying, then this conspiracy could really have some weight especially when you consider that before 9-11 there were reportedly seven Rothschild owned Central Banks: Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea and Iran.
By 2003, however, Afghanistan and Iraq were swallowed up by the Rothschild octopus, and by 2011 Sudan and Libya were also gone.
We are left with Cuba, North Korea and Iran currently without a Rothschild owned central bank….
It is said the family owns over half the wealth of the planet—estimated by Credit Suisse to be $231 trillion—and is controlled by Evelyn Rothschild, the current head of the family.
How do you invade a country, you get the support of your nation. How do you get the support of your nation, you paint a negative picture. What does CNN, BBC etc talk about day in day out, week in week out – Cuba, North Korea and Iran.
Ask yourself a question, when was the last positive news story you heard about Cuba, North Korea or Iran? Maybe it was Dennis Rodman’s Basketball Diplomacy drip to North Korea?
Oh wait, wasn’t Dennis Rodman talked about negatively?
Of course we have just heard details about the agreeement in Iran to curb nuclear activity, great stuff. But are we stupid enough to really forget the barrage of negative news stories we have heard over the last few years…. also the players are very good at bluffing. Iran is not solved, Israel is calling the deal ”a historic mistake”.
Seems a pattern is emerging here.
Iraqi Dinar, that’s what you really came here for:
Much of the Dinar Chatter is related to talk of a Global Reset due to take place and the discussion of Iraq being used as the vehicle in order to make it happen. We are not here to say either way, we are more interested in delving deeper into this conspiracy.
Could it be, that the Rothshchild’s now have control of the Central Bank of Iraq and most importantly they are going to ensure the Iraq Dinar does complete it’s revaluation? After all if you have a set of people really in control of the entire planets wealth then surely nothing can stop them in their tracks?
Who knows… something is happening for sure, I just wouldn’t like to speculate either way other than to say I can’t trust the Rothschild family one little bit. IF they are really in control and this is their way of manipulating the situation, boy… they are bloody good at deception. Mass deception on a global scale, fool the world – go in covertly and bluff the world followed by making Trillions of whatever currency they like.
Scary stuff!! Not for one minute, am I saying the Iraq Dinar will RV – just looking into the factors which if it were to happen, could be part of the equation.