History has shown, wars are ALWAYS about oil and money..
Hillary Clinton recently said, 'we can't invade them all' and the information in these links will explain her exclamation. Â If the dollar collapses, the powerful elite and world bankers will loose their control and world power as the Federal Reserve's PRINTED U.S. dollar will become cheaper than burning newspaper for heat. China and Russia quit the dollar too. Hillary Clinton's now has huge interest in leading the World Bank as President (which she denies) as coincidentally the current World Bank President is stepping down.Â There are NO 'coincidences'...
OPEC is the agreement that made all global oil transactions trade able only in US Dollars. OPEC is the culprit that gives Federal Reserve Notes their intrinsic value, without which, FRN's would have substantially less global demand.
The Federal Reserve System set up OPEC to protect the global dollar demand during extreme inflationary periods. This is why the system has lasted so long. Dr. Paul always says that he's surprised the dollar bubble has lasted this long. It's because the dollar will always be in demand when it is the only means of purchasing oil. If the demand for the dollar decreases, then so does its status as the world's reserve currency.
It's not imperative to Americans that the Dollar remain the world's reserve currency, but it sure is imperative to the money powers that control the world.
The collapse of the Dollar should continue to be slow and painful as other countries who are trying to dump the dollar or gradually move away from the dollar try to do so secretly or inconspicuously as to avoid any confrontations from the US and to avoid rapid turmoil worldwide.
The main thing these "arch enemies" had/have in common is that each one of them trades (or threatened to trade) their commodities (mainly oil) for something OTHER than U.S. dollars ie:
1. IRAQ. In late 2000, Saddam Hussein claimed he would no longer accept U.S. dollars for Iraqi oil but instead Euros or gold (Immediately after the fall of Bagdhad, Iraqi oil once again traded for U.S. dollars).
2. IRAN. For several years now, Iran has been trading their oil for a different currency other than U.S. dollars (called an Oil Bourse). This is the key reason we are angling for an attack.
3. LIBYA. Qaddafi was trying to establsh a new African currency (backed by gold) which would have competed with the dollar and the Euro.
All these actions threatened the hegemony of the U.S. dollar (the declared reserve currency of the world since the Bretton Woods agreement in 1944).
So, all our military actions are economically-based.
Somehow they must threatened profits of elite central bankers or commodity companies (mainly oil).
I don't understand why it's so imperative for the U.S. dollar to remain the world's reserve currency, but it probably has nothing to do with the well-being of the average American citizen.
My guess is it's about protecting PROFITS OF ELITE (Central) BANKERS AND HUGE CORPORATE INTERESTS.
They apparently have the power to convince the U.S. government to use our military to enforce their wishes.