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déjà vu: The REAL deal on IRAQ and IRAN

"We are about to see a radical new type of weapon unveiled on the global stage.

This weapon will not rely on explosive technology or flying aircraft.

This weapon will not kill enemy troops.

This weapon will not see one army invading the territory of another.

No, instead this weapon will simply rely on supply and demand, the basic concepts that underpin Economics 101.

This new weapon will be a financial weapon. In fact this weapon will be so powerful it will be able to inflict serious harm on the financial stability of an entire adversarial nation."

What is this weapon? And who is the adversarial nation?
1. The Iranian Bourse.

2. The United States of America

And, you thought I was alone in my theory about US hostility to IRAN.


At Sunday, December 11, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am SO confused ... does this mean my long-planned move to la belle France is a GOOD idea, or a BAD idea?
Signed, Curious

At Monday, December 12, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's it QRS, when Iran allows oil sales in euros, the hegemony of the dollar is seriously threatened, and then, why would any Treasury anywhere want so many of our dollars? they will want euros, just to be flexible at first, and it that scenario settles in, we're screwed. The Fed won't have to magically produce gobs of dough -they'll be plenty of those old greenbacks that are now tucked away in vaults and computers all over the world finally seeing the light of day, a day where our dollar is much less desired. Denari, anyone?

Hmm, France... Maybe slightly better off, but not much, and that's hardly guaranteed.


At Monday, December 12, 2005, Blogger qrswave said...

Hey, look at the bright side!

It's only money!


Thank God our wealth is in our minds, our labor, and our trust.

At Wednesday, December 14, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow... I thought I was depressed before I got here ;(

At Wednesday, December 14, 2005, Blogger qrswave said...


Don't be depressed!

It's just money!

It might take a while to adjust. But, now that you know how worthless money is, you can stop killing yourself trying to make it and instead spend your time doing things that are worthwhile!

...like spreading the truth and helping us turn this rotten system around.

At Friday, December 01, 2006, Blogger Inheriting Syria said...

Carter Iran Israel war connection
Dear LA Times Reporter Maggie Farley, maggie.farley@latimes.com

Jimmy Carter and Iran think about the same in regards to Israel’s connection to the war.

I saw former President Jimmy Carter being interviewed about his newest book “Palestine Peace Not Apartheid” which just came out in November 2006. Former President Carter seems to have a lot in common with Iran’s President Mahmound Ahmadinejad. Needless to say if their is anyone who should have a repugnance to Iran it is former President Carter.

Two similarities came to my mind when I read LA Times reporter Maggie Farley, maggie.farley@latimes.com on November 30, 2006. She wrote Iran’s President said that:

1. U.S. backing for Israel is the key difference that alienates the U.S. from much of the Middle East.

2. Bush administration overly supports Israel and Israel controls a substantial portion of the media sectors.

I realize that most people worldwide do not have time to read books and thus believe what the major news media(s) claim.

I have not received by order of Carters book yet thus the above comments are based only on my understandings.

Carter claims he wrote the book in order to have an intellectual exchange of ideas and inform the American people.

Maggie Farley writes that the Bush administration dismissed President Ahmadinejad’s statements as a “public relation’s stunt”.

In my mind President Ahmadinejad’s statements is a “High Quality public relation’s achievement”. But I suspect the LA Times or any other major news outlet would NOT print such skillfulness that demands bipartisan negotiations to help stop the war at the expense of Israel’s land grab and America’s oil grab.

Carl G. Mueller, Nam 68 (909) 866-9310
PO Box 120707
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

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One basic note of corruption is confusion. Rational argument is used, not to clarify, but as a trap, to foster confusion and to nurture it as a major weapon against the fighters of corruption. Confusion, it would seem, is a prime weapon for distraction from the truth.


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