The Changing Of The Guard: 21 Major Countries are Currently Refusing to Use the US Dollar for Oil Transactions
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As the world edges closer to an unprecedented economic shift, the turning point scheduled for October 31, 2023, stands as a testament to changing power dynamics. Countries are refusing the US dollar, signaling the dawn of a new era. But as they pivot away, what could be the far-reaching implications of this seismic move? Here’s what you need to know.
The U.S Dollar’s Waning Dominance
It’s no secret: 21 major countries, including economic behemoths like China, India, and Russia, along with European stalwarts such as Germany, France, and the UK, are turning their backs on the US dollar for oil transactions. The writing is on the wall, with the deadline set for October 31, 2023. As the days inch closer, the tremors are palpable.
But why does this matter? Oil transactions have long been a bedrock for the US dollar’s dominance in the global financial landscape. With the refusal of these nations to use the dollar in oil trade, we’re witnessing a monumental shift. The ripple effects are anticipated to be unprecedented, dwarfing even the cataclysmic events of the 1930s stock market crash.
A Deluge of Dollars & The Impending Financial Tsunami
When countries drop the dollar, they invariably pull their investments from bonds that have traditionally been used for oil trade. The resulting scenario? A deluge of dollars rushing back to American shores, creating an enormous strain on the nation’s financial system.
What’s more, China has thrown down the gauntlet by announcing its intent to stop purchasing US debt. This pivotal move forces the Federal Reserve’s hand, compelling it to up the ante and increase its dollar printing rate from $85 billion. Economists and financial pundits alike warn that the impending financial fallout may very well eclipse the devastation of past financial crises.
The Role of Israel & The Underlying Web
Then, there’s the intriguing case of Israel—a nation whose financial standing is intricately tied to the US dollar, particularly in the oil sector. The nation’s survival, in many respects, leans heavily on the fiat USD churned out by the Federal Reserve. But who really pulls the strings behind this colossal institution? Many point fingers at the Rothschilds, a family whose influence spans continents and centuries.
Historically, the Rothschild dynasty has played a pivotal role in the establishment of Israel. Their empire’s foundations rest precariously on the Middle East’s acceptance of the fiat USD for oil payments. But here’s the twist in the tale: nations like Iraq are distancing themselves from the USD.
Over 200 countries are reportedly jumping ship from the US dollar. The question that naturally arises is: If the Federal Reserve’s power wanes and the printing press falls under the US Treasury’s control, what currency will dominant global powers pivot to?
Deciphering Trump’s Moves
Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, often finds himself under the microscope. Many label him a Zionist. However, his actions, particularly concerning Israel, paint a more nuanced picture. Despite Iraq’s move to sever ties with Zionist Israel—going so far as to impose stringent penalties for trade—Trump’s response was notably restrained. Why?
Bibi Netanyahu, Israel’s longstanding leader, faces war crime allegations and discontent from his own citizenry. There’s a web of conjecture surrounding Netanyahu’s possible involvement in events as grave as 9/11 and ties with entities like Hamas. Trump’s past remarks hinting at the curious absence of ISIS attacks on Israel further add fuel to the speculative fire.
ZetaTalks, a source known for its unfiltered perspectives, mirrors this sentiment regarding Israel, going so far as to label it “the head of the Khazarian Mafia.” Their claims align with the growing narrative that the Rothschild-linked banking system is on the brink of collapse, as emerging powers like BRICS gain ascendancy.
Trump’s 2nd Declaration of Independence & The Path Forward
In another intriguing move, Trump signed a 2nd Declaration of Independence. Does this signal that the United States was subtly controlled by foreign entities, like the Rothschilds? Moreover, with the impending stock market correction, there’s talk of a resurgence of the Gold Standard—a system long suppressed by global elites.
SOFR, ISO-20022, Basel 3, Comex 589, Protocol 20—these tools, shrouded in enigma, are speculated to be the bedrock of the new financial order. Their culmination promises a new era, where the balance of power might shift in unforeseen ways.
The world is undergoing a tectonic shift. As the US dollar’s dominance wanes, the global financial landscape is set for a makeover. The implications are vast, the stakes are high, and only time will tell how this dramatic tale unfolds. One thing’s for sure: we’re in for a wild ride, and as they say, the best is yet to come.