a major world crisis..... ??

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Présentation :...The Laboratoire européen d’Anticipation Politique Europe 2020, LEAP/E2020, now estimates to over 80% the probability that the week of March 20-26, 2006 will be the beginning of the most significant political crisis the world has known since the Fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989, together with an economic and financial crisis of a scope comparable with that of 1929. This last week of March 2006 will be the turning-point of a number of critical developments, resulting in an acceleration of all the factors leading to a major crisis, disregard any American or Israeli military intervention against Iran. In case such an intervention is conducted, the probability of a major crisis to start rises up to 100%, according to LEAP/E2020.


Extraits :  Iran's opening of an Oil Bourse priced in Euros at the end of March 2006 will be the end of the monopoly of the Dollar on the global oil market...... last week of March 2006, will catalyse and turn into a total crisis, affecting the whole planet in the political, economic and financial fields, as well as in the military field most probably too:
1.       Crisis of confidence in the Dollar
2.       Crisis of US financial imbalances
3.       Oil crisis
4.       Crisis of the American leadership
5.       Crisis of the Arabo-Muslim world
6.       Global governance crisis
7.       European governance crisis

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  Date : 13.03.06   





March 20 to 26, 2006: Iran-USA, beginning of a major world crisis, or «the End of the Western World we have known since 1945».

An Alarm based on 2 verifiable events
The announcement of this crisis results from the analysis of decisions taken by the two key-actors of the main on-going international crisis, i.e. the United States and Iran:

 - on the one hand there is the Iranian decision of opening the first oil bourse priced in Euros on March 20th, 2006 in Teheran, available to all oil producers of the region ;

- on the other hand, there is the decision of the American Federal Reserve to stop publishing M3 figures (the most reliable indicator on the amount of dollars circulating in the world) from March 23, 2006 onward

These two decisions constitute altogether the indicators, the causes and the consequences of the historical transition in progress between the order created after World War II and the new international equilibrium in gestation since the collapse of the USSR. Their magnitude as much as their simultaneity will catalyse all the tensions, weaknesses and imbalances accumulated since more than a decade throughout the international system.

A world crisis declined in 7 sector-based crises
LEAP/E2020's researchers and analysts thus identified 7 convergent crises that the American and Iranian decisions coming into effect during the last week of March 2006, will catalyse and turn into a total crisis, affecting the whole planet in the political, economic and financial fields, as well as in the military field most probably too:

1.       Crisis of confidence in the Dollar
2.       Crisis of US financial imbalances
3.       Oil crisis
4.       Crisis of the American leadership
5.       Crisis of the Arabo-Muslim world
6.       Global governance crisis
7.       European governance crisis

The entire process of anticipation of this crisis is described in detail in coming issues of LEAP/E2020’s confidential letter – the GlobalEurope Anticipation Bulletin, and in particular in the 2nd issue to be released on February 16, 2006. These coming issues will present the detailed analysis of each of the 7 crises, together with a large set of recommendations intended for various categories of players (governments and companies, namely), as well as with  a number of operational and strategic advices for the European Union.

Decoding of the event “Creation of the Iranian Oil Bourse priced in Euros”
However, and in order not to limit this information to decision makers solely, LEAP/E2020 has decided to circulate widely this official statement together with the following series of arguments resulting from work conducted.
Iran's opening of an Oil Bourse priced in Euros at the end of March 2006 will be the end of the monopoly of the Dollar on the global oil market. The immediate result is likely to upset the international currency market as producing countries will be able to charge their production in Euros also. In parallel, European countries in particular will be able to buy oil directly in their own currency without going though the Dollar. Concretely speaking, in both cases this means that a lesser number of economic actors will need a lesser number of Dollars [2]. This double development will thus head to the same direction, i.e. a very significant reduction of the importance of the Dollar as the international reserve currency, and therefore a significant and sustainable weakening of the American currency, in particular compared to the Euro. The most conservative evaluations give €1 to $1,30 US Dollar by the end of 2006. But if the crisis reaches the scope anticipated by LEAP/E2020, estimates of €1 for $1,70 in 2007 are no longer unrealistic.

Decoding of the event “End of publication of the M3 macro-economic indicator”
The end of the publication by the American Federal Reserve of the M3 monetary aggregate (and that of other components)[3], a decision vehemently criticized by the community of economists and financial analysts, will have as a consequence to lose transparency on the evolution of the amount of Dollars in circulation worldwide. For some months already, M3 has significantly increased (indicating that « money printing » has already speeded up in Washington), knowing that the new President of the US Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, is a self-acknowledged fan of « money printing »[4]. Considering that a strong fall of the Dollar would probably result in a massive sale of the US Treasury Bonds held in Asia, in Europe and in the oil-producing countries, LEAP/E2020 estimates that the American decision to stop publishing M3 aims at hiding as long as possible two US decisions, partly imposed by the political and economic choices made these last years[5]:
. the ‘monetarisation’ of the US debt
. the launch of a monetary policy to support US economic activity.
… two policies to be implemented until at least the October 2006 « mid-term » elections, in order to prevent the Republican Party from being sent in reeling.
This M3-related decision also illustrates the incapacity of the US and international monetary and financial authorities put in a situation where they will in the end prefer to remove the indicator rather than try to act on the reality.


Decoding of the aggravating factor “The military intervention against Iran”
Iran holds some significant geo-strategic assets in the current crisis, such as its ability to intervene easily and with a major impact on the oil provisioning of Asia and Europe (by blocking the Strait of Ormuz), on the conflicts in progress in Iraq and Afghanistan, not to mention the possible recourse to international terrorism. But besides these aspects, the growing distrust towards Washington creates a particularly problematic situation. Far from calming both Asian and European fears concerning the accession of Iran to the statute of nuclear power, a military intervention against Iran would result in an quasi-immediate dissociation of the European public opinions[6] which, in a context where Washington has lost its credibility in handling properly this type of case since the invasion of Iraq, will prevent the European governments from making any thing else than follow their public opinions. In parallel, the rising cost of oil which would follow such an intervention will lead Asian countries, China first and foremost, to oppose this option, thus forcing the United States (or Israel) to intervene on their own, without UN guarantee, therefore adding a severe military and diplomatic crisis to the economic and financial crisis.

Relevant factors of the American economic crisis
LEAP/E2020 anticipate that these two non-official decisions will involve the United States and the world in a monetary, financial, and soon economic crisis without precedent on a planetary scale. The ‘monetarisation’ of the US debt is indeed a very technical term describing a catastrophically simple reality:  the United States undertake not to refund their debt, or more exactly to refund it in "monkey currency".  LEAP/E2020 also anticipate that the process will accelerate at the end of March, in coincidence with the launching of the Iranian Oil Bourse, which can only precipitate the sales of US Treasury Bonds by their non-American holders.

In this perspective, it is useful to contemplate the following information
[7]:  the share of the debt of the US government owned by US banks fell down to 1,7% in 2004, as opposed to 18% in 1982. In parallel, the share of this same debt owned by foreign operators went from 17% in 1982 up to 49% in 2004.
→ Question: How comes that US banks got rid of almost all their share of the US national debt over the last years?


Moreover, in order to try to avoid the explosion of the "real-estate bubble" on which rests the US household consumption, and at a time when the US saving rate has become negative for the first time since 1932 and 1933 (in the middle of the "Great Depression"), the Bush administration, in partnership with the new owner of the US Federal Reserve and a follower of this monetary approach, will flood the US market of liquidities.


Some anticipated effects of this systemic rupture
According to LEAP/E2020, the non-accidental conjunction of the Iranian and American decisions, is a decisive stage in the release of a systemic crisis marking the end of the international order set up after World War II, and will be characterised between the end of March and the end of the year 2006 by a plunge in the dollar (possibly down to 1 Euro = 1,70 US Dollars in 2007) putting an immense upward pressure on the Euro, a significant rise of the oil price (over 100$ per barrel), an aggravation of the American and British military situations in the Middle East, a US budgetary, financial and economic crisis comparable in scope with the 1929 crisis, very serious economic and financial consequences for Asia in particular (namely China) but also for the United Kingdom[8], a sudden stop in the economic process of globalisation, a collapse of the transatlantic axis leading to a general increase of all the domestic and external political dangers all over the world.

For individual dollar-holders, as for trans-national corporations or political and administrative decision makers, the consequences of this last week of March 2006 will be crucial. These consequences require some difficult decisions to be made as soon as possible (crisis anticipation is always a complex process since it relies on a bet) because once the crisis begins, the stampede starts and all those who chose to wait lose.
For private individuals, the choice is clear: the US Dollar no longer is a “refuge” currency. The rising-cost of gold over the last year shows that many people have already anticipated this trend of the US currency.

Anticipating… or being swept away by the winds of history
For companies and governments, it is crucial to integrate now action plans in today's decision-making processes, which can contribute to soften significantly the "monetary, financial and economic tsunami" which will break on the planet at the end of next month. To use a simple image – by the way, one used in the political anticipation scenario « USA 2010 »[9] -, the impact of the events of the last week of March 2006 on the “Western World” we have known since 1945 will be comparable to the impact of the Fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989 on the “Soviet Block”.

If this Alarm is so precise, it is that LEAP/E2020’s analyses concluded that all possible scenarios now lead to one single result:  we collectively approach a "historical node" which is henceforth inevitable whatever the action of international or national actors. At this stage, only a direct and immediate action on the part of the US administration aimed at preventing a military confrontation with Iran on the one hand, and at giving up the idea to monetarise the US foreign debt on the other hand, could change the course of events. For LEAP/E2020 it is obvious that not only such actions will not be initiated by the current leaders in Washington, but that on the contrary they have already chosen "to force the destiny" by shirking their economic and financial problems at the expense of the rest of the world. European governments in particular should draw very quickly all the conclusions from this fact.

For information, LEAP/E2020's original method of political anticipation has allowed several of its experts to anticipate (and publish) in particular : in 1988, the approaching end of the Iron Curtain; in 1997, the progressive collapse in capacity of action and democratic legitimacy of the European institutional system; in 2002, the US being stuck in Iraq’s quagmire and above all the sustainable collapse of US international credibility; in 2003, the failure of the referenda on the European Constitution. Its methodology of anticipation of "systemic ruptures" now being well established, it is our duty as researchers and citizens to share it with the citizens and the European decision makers; especially because for individual or collective, private or public players, it is still time to undertake measures in order to reduce significantly the impact of this crisis on their positions whether these are economic, political or financial.

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Franck Biancheri, Director of Studies

Many website in the world have taken up fully or in part the article. Some of them made free translations in their national languages.
Though the accuracy cannot be certified, here are some of the links in other languages than French and English:

- Czech:
Blíží se nejzávažnjší politická krize od roku 1989? 
- German: 20.bis 26. März 2006: Iran-USA, Beginn einer großen Weltkrise
- Italian:
20-26 marzo 2006: verso una crisi politica mondiale?
- Norwegian:
USA vs IRAN scenario
- Portugess: 
20 a 26 de Março, 2006: Irão-EUA, início de uma crise mundial de grandes proporções (Maomé e a próxima guerra nuclear)
- Russian :
News Finance

- Slovak : Pravda.sk
- Spanish: ¿Crise no mundo? 20 al 26 de Marzo de 2006: Iran/USA - Difusión de la Crisis Global

Write Your Comments

Written by Peter Simonsen, Hastings, On. on 2006-02-23 21:58:44

The US defaulted on gold, first to its own citizens, later to foreigners. Is the eurodollar not also a kind of the default? Could the US declare externally held US dollars non-redeemable within the US, thereby shafting foreighners while continuing its own economy as if nothing happened.

Written by on 2006-02-23 21:59:31

Excellent analysis, unfortunately. 
Get gold everyone...

Bad News for the American People
Written by on 2006-02-23 05:35:34

Here in the US as far as I know except in a small number of financial web sites the american public has no idea of what terrible world shaking events loom next month. Its my opinion the average joe 6pack will do nothing until bad times hit and then it will be too late. American leaders have shown they are determined to go down the path to hell no matter what. Its a shame they wont suffer but the american people will.For these negative extremes to occur it proves that US leadership is corrupt criminal and war mongoring and completely out of control of the constitution.Because of their policies and actions and the extreme favoritism they show an out law terrorists middle east state and this same out law state has such power and influence over the appointed corrrupt arrogant presidents etc US leaders are also puppets of this illegal foreign influence. The ethnic inference accounting for much of this trouble should be in any event be missed or discounted.

Written by Kirk Kuhlmann on 2006-02-23 22:03:28

If all or part of this happens, where do you think Gold&Silver will go? Thanks.

I don't believe it.
Written by on 2006-02-23 22:05:09

The predictions are entirely based on selective economic models, disregarding politics. 
For example: The moment a military action against Iran's nuclear facilities takes place, all hell will break lose in the Middle East. And in that moment, investors everywhere will flee to Dollar, as they always do in a crisis. 
The Euro is an entirely political construct with no inherent stability of its own.

Fred Mathias
Written by Fred Mathias on 2006-02-23 21:57:07

I think Bush will be forced to back the dollar with some gold. The Euro as I understand is backed by 15% gold. I think Bush will have to go at least that high.

SO what should I do?
Written by on 2006-02-23 22:07:02

Buy Buy Gold till I drop?

Written by WL on 2006-02-23 22:23:53

I live in the US and have a knowledge of US, world and european 
history. I also make it a point to keep current with financial 
-political events and am extremely critical and harbour out right 
opposition of present US corruption, war mongoring and absolutel 
financial irresponsibility that is comng from this world destroying 
junta that presently rules us. The news Ive read in your email is non 
existant here. CNN and others here are no more than govt stations 
keeping the sheeple occupied with an artificial charged DOW NASDAQ and 
give forth no idea of what catastrophes are coming down. It could be we 
can be mutually supportive and try to acheive results which can derail 
the hellish days before us. Best wishes. 

Written by Neil MacPhail Canada on 2006-02-24 10:51:56

Debt - derivatives - deflation following a period of severe inflation, is taking North America into a financial vortex 
An irresponsible U.S. government is leading the world to eventual war over Hegemony in the Western Pacific. 

This Country will experience a revolutio
Written by on 2006-02-24 03:07:44

It won't be pretty. Get some bullets and a supply of food now. Those are two things that might be in short supply later.  
I'd hate to be out of money AND hungry when times become problematic...

bad movie
Written by on 2006-02-24 05:39:45

Can't believe that the U.S. domestic economic policy and international policy are so transparent. This plays out like a bad hollywood movie directed by Washingtonians. If so, I wonder if they thought about the ending.

believe it!
Written by on 2006-02-24 07:50:37

anyone with an iq of less than 50 knows something is wrong..watch the week of march 20-26th. the iran oil bourse will start. does anyone know that saddam started an taking euros for his oil just before we invaded? 
do any of you know that it takes 20.80$ to purchase what cost 1.00$ in 1913?? the best thing families can do is buy 90% "junk" silver dimes, and as many 1/10th ounce gold american eagles as you can. also purchase a 1 year storage food supply for everyone in your family. also store as much water as you can. most people won't do this. remember hurricane katrina? then a few weeks later the hurricane that hit florida...all those idiots knew the hurricane was coming but did not purchase supplies ahead of time. so instead they blamed the government for their discomfort.. look folks..... you better get prepared in the past 200 years- every time the world went into a major bull market in commodities a major war broke out! every time!!!!! this time will be no different.. the morons in washington DC, AND THAT MEENS CONGRESS THE SENATE AND THAT IDIOT BUSH..(which hurts me to say cause i'm a very conservative libertarian) don't give a rats tail about the American people.. you better take care of yourself and depend on NO ONE. TIME IS SHORT......... 

Biblical Prophecy is setup centuries ago
Written by on 2006-02-24 13:29:34

I´ve emailed this story to my friends. Most of them are skeptical. For me it really means just an option for what is scheduled to happen at this ending times. Biblical Prophecy is setup centuries ago. Now reality is just aling up itself. 

. . .and Australia?!
Written by Brian. on 2006-02-24 23:24:18

Following the whole nightmarisk story as it unfolds like an extremely bad dream I truly shudder to think how much worse it may get come end of March. Does anyone have any inkling of how this may affect us here in Australia. Will it be as bad as the US nightmare? Sure I know oil and the stock market may go crazy but do you think Aus may ride it out acceptably? Please post your thoughts, it's lonely down under! Oh, I've stashed heaps of gold! Cheers,

Written by william huegel on 2006-02-24 23:22:58

Uncle Sam has a persistant hacking cough. That cough is caused by the constant borrowing of foreign capital to fund our deficet spending...now to the tune of some one point three trillion dollars a year....that includes our glorious trade deficet and red ink borrowing by our un-truthfull federal government. Both china and japan now hold about 1.8 trillion dollars in reserve...how much longer will these foreign banks and governments keep buying our debt and holding our ever increasing and depreciating dollars???? Forever you say?? Really??? The federal debt now is some eight point three trillion dollars headed for nine then ten trillion in very short order in a matter of a few years, based on our current path of travel. When our current "frat boy" leaves the oval office in january '09, this country will, for all purposes, be insolvent...if it isn't already. Borrowing the words from the CBS TV broadcaster--Edward R. Murrow--"good night and good luck". Yes fellow citizens, it's good night for the so called american way of life and good luck to our future generations. May they have the mental moxey and money to fix things right with the economic wrongs with this society and government. Good night and good luck. Sincerely....William Huegel.....patriot and veteran.

Peter, Deutschland
Written by on 2006-02-24 19:23:51

Alternative Meldungen in Deutschland, die man vorzugsweise im Internet oder kleineren und weniger verbreiteten Zeitungen findet, erläutern dasselbe, doch deutlich differenzierter als dieser Artikel. Was ich hier noch vermisse, sind Infos über die regional wie lokal schon fast überall vorhandenen positiven Alternativen, die der Einzelne in organisierter Gemeinschaft mit anderen gehen kann. Die Mainstream-Medien werden uns auch künftig nicht darüber informieren, das müssen wir schon selber tun. Wer sucht, findet die für ihn wichtigen konstruktiven Infos heute im Internet sehr leicht. Das Gute: Wer aufmerksam in unserer Welt lebt und sich nicht ins Bockshorn jagen lässt, merkt, diese kommmende Krise bereitet eine bewusstere Zeit für die Menschheit vor, die das Prinzip Konkurrenz gegen das Prinzip Kooperation austauscht. Die Veränderung beginnt im Kopf! Wer nicht einsichtig ist (und das sind wir weit überwiegend leider noch lange nicht), bekommt die Lektion mit Schmerzen. Die emsigen Fragen und Ratschläge auch in diesem Forum, wie der Einzelne sich individuell schützen könne, sind noch keine wirkliche Lösung für uns als planetare Gemeinschaft. Und der gigantische Betrug, den man planetar mit uns versucht, hat ein noch viel größeres Ausmaß, als hier dargestellt.

the US dollar the real reason for Iraq
Written by on 2006-02-24 21:21:48

Iran, Oil and Euros: The War Scenario 
Gwynne Dyer, Arab News  
Here’s the scenario. On March 20 Iran opens a new “bourse” (exchange) on which countries all over the world can buy and sell oil and gas not only for dollars but also for euros. It also establishes a new oil “marker” (oil pricing standard) based on Iranian crude and denominated in euros, in open rivalry to the existing West Texas Intermediate, Norway Brent and UAE Dubai markers, all of which are calculated in US dollars. 
The Iranian bourse is an instant success with countries and companies that are unhappy about having to hold huge amounts of overvalued US dollars to finance their oil transactions, all of which must presently be conducted in that currency. Very large sums start to shift from the dollar to the euro, although exactly how much is unknown because the US Federal Reserve System (by pure coincidence, of course) has chosen late March as the time to stop publishing the data that would make it easy to know how fast the hemorrhage was. 
But the US government knows, and is deeply alarmed by the danger that the dollar may be losing its status as the world’s only reserve currency. Given the huge deficits that plague the US economy, the US dollar’s value would collapse if other countries began to see it as just another currency, so the euro must be prevented from emerging as an alternative reserve currency. In practice, that means the Iranian experiment with a euro-denominated oil bourse must be stopped — and the only way to do that is to attack Iran. 
Some of the scenario-mongers would change the sequence of events and have the US launch a “preventive” attack against Iran before it even opens the bourse. An alternative scenario has Washington persuading Israel to do the dirty work of actually launching air strikes against Iran. But a lot of people are genuinely worried that the whole crisis over Iran’s alleged nuclear weapons program is being whipped up to give Washington cover for a strike against Iran that is really meant to halt the bourse. con't. 
Along the lines of Gwynne Dyer above is a great video - 
In this video , the war in Iraq is examined- the fabrications and the official reasons, but the US dollar is the real reason that the US went to war - to preserve dollar supremacy. If you do not wish to watch the whole video of 45 min, the dollar discussion occurs starting at 29 min. 
Video: Sky Television – Conspiracies: Iraq

Written by on 2006-02-25 01:10:26


Amerika against the world...
Written by Jimbo on 2006-02-25 12:09:36

Look folks, get your collective heads out of your collective rears, and quit practicing group think! 
The leadership of America does not represent American values. They have stolen the country for their real masters, the multinational corporations, and the energy cartels. How did Exxon turn $40bill in profits last year? I know they claimed $30bill or so, but they undoubtedly lied. 
Britain has already fallen to these new international criminals, and Germany as well, and France will be next. The Third Reich is still here folks! Time to wake up! Yes Virginia, there really is an international conspiracy! 
Old rule in detective work."Follow the Money!" What to do? Gold isn't going to protect you any more. Spending all this time trying to make more money isn't going to protect you either. When the Brown Shirts are marching again, nothing will protect you. Russia is still a sleeping bear, and China a sleeping tiger, but if you rattle your swords enough they will wake up and eat what is left of Europe and the middle east for breakfast. Get real kiddies... 
Jimbo- the last American

Written by Stephen Mawdsley on 2006-02-25 12:21:53

Albeit frightening, I fear that LEAP e2020 view is closer to being factual as each day passes. I can't help but think there is an effort to keep this information off the Media Radar, at least in NoRth America.

Written by Barry Bergthorson on 2006-02-25 12:21:20

You're right on in this article thanks for providing it free..Bless you & best regards

Written by Bagher R. Harand on 2006-02-25 12:27:12

Its sound valuable article to read. 
Yours truly,

well, who the h--- knows...
Written by on 2006-02-25 18:38:23

Ah ain't no religious kind a guy but it's looking like the end times to me....peak oil, war, starvation, global climate change....... 
Every day I do a PR (Pat Robertson) and pray for the deaths of all the neocons, Carlyle Group and others. A little embolism here.... a thrombosis over there... bing bing bing. 

Read about September 1929
Written by on 2006-02-27 10:52:42

I have been reading a book about the collapse of the US Stock Market in 1929 (October) and it is fascinating to see that we are EXACTLY REPEATING the follies of that season now.  
I advise all who are sustained by food and kkept warm by clothing to quikly and quietly set aside at least a few months supply of basic essentials, without delay. 
Water, too. 
I am ready. Are you? 
GOOGLE: "100 Items to Disappear First in a Panic"

Written by epi on 2006-02-27 10:53:33

How to stop the war. 
Instead of getting dragged to the bottom with the Anglo-American empire why not simply cut the transatlantic connection and seek a reorientation towards a Eurasian peace. 
We must ask, from where is Europe going to get its future energy supplies? 
From a bankrupt USA? From Israel? Or from the countries it is currently antagonizing in the name of 'the West' or 'the world community'? 
After Gerhard Schroeder left it seems Europe embarked on a devastating and entirely self-defeating course. Europeans are not aware of the situation and do not defend their economic and democratic interests. Instead they are moved by distractions and smokescreens such as nuclear worries, fake terrorism, 'Muslim' uprisings and self-inflicted embassy assaults. 
The current situation can only be possible through massive manipulation of minds through global media and equally massive blackmail operations in the political class. The important task is to identify and expose those forces and individuals who work against European democratic interests and have their loyalties elsewhere. This must be done by people gathering in informal networks and will not happen in the political layer, the same is true in America. Currently we should expect nothing good from our leadership who likely rule under hypnosis with a gun in their back and a bribe in their pocket. 
The truth is that Iran stands to become Europe’s most important trading partner and currency customer. If European leaders could come to their senses and break the axis of self-betrayal, Washington-London-Berlin-Paris, they would be in Teheran 24/7 courting the leaders and helping to protect the oil bourse to make it bomb safe and set up redundant operations in other countries such as Norway, Russia and elsewhere. Such a strategy would stop the war because if it succeeds, there would be absolutely no point in bombing Iran.  
Some very simplistic calculations to illustrate what is at stake: 
Iran’s oil reserves are 130 800 000 000 barrels, selling these in euros instead of dollars at a price of €51/b ($62/b) would enrich the euro zone economy with a value of €6681 billion ($23 000 for each citizen in the euro zone (291 million people)). This is the sum of the goods and services foreign countries would need to export to Europe in exchange for the currency needed to buy the Iranian oil. 
Europe lost €5712 billion (€20 000/citizen) in Iraq when USA reversed Saddam’s rightful decision to sell Iraqi oil in euros. However the Iranian oil bourse is not about Iran or Iraq but potentially the entire output from OPEC. 
Today this wealth is going to the American economy to finance their war on the rest of the world.  
Some links to better understand the petrodollar issue. 
Norway wants to open a euro based oil bourse too, next bombing target? 
War plans: 
Read this year old analysis of what a former BND employee has to say about the situation in Europe and the world. 

Written by on 2006-02-25 22:50:19

Good article!

Say Goodbye to Tehran & Damascus
Written by S. Hutchins on 2006-02-27 10:54:32

Not kidding...the world's economy is fueled by two things, guns or butter. Guns are much more profitable, wars fuel economies. Hitler brought Germany out of the depression by building a war machine. The US built a bigger machine and a stronger war/post war economy. That's why the US still dominates the world economy. The US is in moral & economic decline; Europe is on the rise. This is what I see coming....the US & Israel will attack Tehran & Damascus simultaneously. Russia, whether it wants to or not, will be forced to defend both. Russia and the US get involved in a nuclear exchange (WWIII). Europe & China are left standing. The Islamic countries will be in chaos, but its oil will be its salvation. Europe will enforce a middle east peace. For the sake of the oil. After some years Europe & China and the Islamic nations will initiate WWIV. By S. Hutchins

Is the Bush Administration Planning a Nu
Written by on 2006-02-25 23:55:58

please go and read that ! 

Time to Buy Foreign Currency
Written by on 2006-02-26 01:41:57

But which to buy? 
Britain is too tied up with the USA. 
Maybe Euros - although befoe the euro began 
the Germans were reported to be buying Swiss Francs. 
Maybe I should do likewise? 
Since there are also reports of a tidal wave affecting the Atlantic Ocean and all its coastlines 
around the same date (Thursday?) so maybe people should move inland too - Americans trying to avoid being taken prisoner in FEMA's internment / concentration camps. 

And A Solution?
Written by on 2006-02-26 03:34:43

LEAP/E2020 seems to have the finger on the pulse only too well - thank you for the warnings. I would plead for you to make some suggestions on what we can do - some 'post apocolyse' advice for us (besides buying gold etc). Not ways to avoid what will happen though, as the major players are hardly going to take advice, but some things that we 'punters' can do to ride the storm. LEAP/E2020 appears to have given much thought to the problem and short term results - can it please now help with some 'on the ground' solutions for the little folk? Oh, and hurry LEAP, there's only 2-3 weeks left! Cheers, Brian Howard, Sydney Australia.

Written by on 2006-02-26 04:52:51

the destruction of the US has been long planned by TPTB. 
The Police State Road Map (free online e-book) 
Three World Wars (New World Order) 
buy emergency preps, and get out of the dollar (read buy gold/silver coins)

Latinoamerica presente!!!
Written by on 2006-02-26 05:43:14

Yo creo que esto es verdad. Veamos que hace Chavez para arrinconarlo a Bush

Written by on 2006-02-26 06:01:12

What are we supposed to do to get ready for this possible next Great Depression?  

Written by on 2006-02-26 06:05:01

I'm no conspiracy theorist, but the U.S. can't keep plunging our country into debt forever. Creation of the Federal Reserve, and removal of the gold standard started all these wheels in motion. Combine that with utter disregard for our Constitution by the vast majority of our leadership and we arrive at the moral decay and economic danger of "today". I don't know what will happen at the end of March. But I know two things: 1. The world will end at some point, Christ will return. 2. The United States has to change & get back to the Constitution. www.constitutionparty.com

Written by on 2006-02-26 08:32:51

Have not we heard of similar scenerios?

Written by on 2006-02-26 08:41:56

To Brian in Orstayra, 
First, don't be alarmed. Be alert, but not alarmed. 
Here in Orstraya we are in good hands. Mr Howard power walks EVERY morning and is constantly thinking of the good of His people, especially when power walking. You can tell that by the sweat on His brow. And if, G*d forbid, (I put the * in 'coz Americans are very funny about calling G*d God) Mr Howard should Pass Away, we have Mr Costello to fill the breach which I believe he would do in a flash or quicker and would endevour not to smirk. 
So don't worry Brian. Harm will NOT befall us. We WILL NOT decend into the hell that awaits Americans who will get their just desserts for indiscriminate shopping at Wal Mart and getting obese on Big Macs paid for by using their homes as culinary ATM's for take-aways.  
We, Brian, we Orstrayians, are made of sterner stuff. WE DO NOT BEND OVER! FOR ANYBODY!! Don't be lonely - you are amongst friends. Indeed, I am willing to be your friend and mentor in your time of need.  
BTW I note in passing that you have a stash of gold. Is it safely stored? Perhaps I can give you some timely advise on this, as a friend and of course at NO charge. Please email me. Regards 

Say the sky is falling in often enough,
Written by on 2006-02-26 09:27:09

Why does WW3 have to start in the last week of March? 
Do you think people will feel safe trading oil on the Iranian bourse when there is a threat of the place being blown up? 
And what makes the Euro a superior currency to the USD? The European s are inflating things just as much as the Americans. If people have such a preference to hold and trade in Euros over dollars, the Euro/dollar exchange rate would be 10, or 50, not 1.20, 
I suspect the US will attempt a few things that do not involve military conflict first. 
Things such as infecting the Iranian oil bourse's trading system with a virus. Lose records of who holds a position in what and when. Basically undermine the credibility of the bourse. 
Alternatively, i see no reason why the US could not just take a wait and see approach. There is alot of chatter on message boards on the Internet about how this Iranian oil bourse is going to be a raging success...but why? There will be low liquidity, massive spreads, in a country no financial trading history,...and there there is the the small issue of apathy. Why change when there is no apparent benifit, only risks? 
The whole thing will likely turn out to be a fizzer. 
Nick Kno

so what should college student do?
Written by on 2006-02-26 09:57:25

Hi, im currently attending college in the US, but if all of this happens to the u.s. dollar, im wondering, should i even be going to school? should i move to another country??

college students
Written by on 2006-02-26 10:00:16

Ok, well I am currently attending college in the US, but was wondering that if all of this happens to the dollar, what will happen to my degree?? should i move to a different country?

Not much we can do anyway
Written by on 2006-02-26 10:25:32

Might as well make the most of what time we have left then. Spend up and enjoy yourself while you can.

Moan & groan; its time to pay the loan
Written by on 2006-02-26 14:55:36

Why does this news come as such a shocker? For years, conspiracy theorists have been writting books (100's of them) to explain how the international financiers have manipulated world events to their benefit. Now that all the preparationa have been made and the "right" people are in power, the time for the final phase of the transistion to the "NEW WORLD ORDER" is upon us. There will be no armed uprising of the citizens; those who survive will be thankful for the martial law that will end the months of anarchy. It is all happening according to the plan. 
Robert F. vonBriesen / U S A

Written by on 2006-02-26 17:19:40

we have been in an economic crisis forever, if you don;t have college you have to live on 10-15./hr and everything else is going up. The majority of the people live on this from the american professionals. If our economy will get better through higher salaries with saudi arabia , then have them buy the ports and have the muslims who might pay higher to americans run the world. Cause the american people are not helping the little ones with pay, benefits or anything else.

eclipse over iran march 29th
Written by on 2006-02-26 17:41:37

lThere will be a total eclipse over the region on march 29th.hmm!!!! 
buy gold and silver. 
Ben Pittam

too simplistic, in the end bordering
Written by on 2006-02-26 22:10:43

on irrational exhuberance. But a very likely scenario, frankly March 26 is not the "IDES OF MARCH" and the world will not come to an end. I bot gold for sure and oil, all outside the USA, yes we could see glimpses of armagheddon during Hurrican Katrina, even the Hearst abduction, and now the bombing of shrines of no real value, but 1.5 billion Chinese won't let Bush do the crazy Hitler end stunt.

Written by on 2006-02-26 22:22:28

Ron Paul's speach was last week. 
First American I hear speaking about this in public. 
I guess he is not Joe 6-pack :-)

Ralf Schulz
Written by on 2006-02-26 22:45:19

America is simply a colony of Israel like India was of England. The Zionist leadership will start another world war to protect their dollar and their oil monoply. The War will probably start next month. I am only amazed they havn't staged another 9-11 to sell their war to the American people.

Written by on 2006-02-26 23:17:16

Don't fall for this. 
Politics do not control banks. Banks control politics. The leadership of US or EU does nothing less or more that the international banks tells them. Banks know no borders. The trick is to finnance all sides so the bank trick with creating perpetual credit can work.  
Dumping US into armagedon does no good to the power to be. Who will be buying the Chinese goods? Without selling the majority of their goods, how will China buy commodities (short of millitary invasion)? With what? Yuan? EU they don't have?  
The fear plays well with the banks. The creation of credit requires people buying. Fear is the best catalyst for buying. Even buying gold plays well with the banks since money spend on gold are additional money spend besides money for food or goods. Once gold reaches a peak (which may be quite high this time) it is as easy to dump it into nothing. And believe me they will dump it once it serves their purpose and most of the privite saving will be tied in it. 
Fear, fear and buy buy. This is the motto these days. Don't you see that the advocates of doom and gloom always at the end say buy gold, buy silver. Why? For your own good sake? Hahahaha.  
Don't fall for this scam. US economy will not be permited to sink. Banks will not shoot themselves in the leg. Their scam works very well and it works only if US is buing. There is no replacement for US buying.

Written by on 2006-02-26 23:21:53

Australians better get to like the Chinese. They are going to be in your country soon. 
These are the "good old days" so enjoy them.

By Way Of Thanks!!! Spartacus
Written by on 2006-02-27 00:38:53

I believe we should all be thankful (no, make that VERY thankful) for the internet. Without it there would be a total suppression of truth. God be with all good people at this time and God bless the constitutional republic of these United States of America which remains intact within the hearts and minds of men.

Written by on 2006-02-27 01:13:17

I'm not worried. I don't have anything to lose, just debts. It can't get any worse for me. So bring it on baby, let the world see wat 2 terms of bad US leadership results in. It's a fascinating analysis of things in motion. I knew there was more to the aggresive retorics against Iran than the nuclear thing. But this sounds very plausible. And something GWB would do to save his own ass. I'm counting the days till the shit hits the fan. I'm excited really... I'm going to enjoy every minute of it!

Written by on 2006-02-27 07:52:19

What a dreadful scenario. With the world so far in forment and violence already, nothing good can come from such confusion and instability as described in the article. For those in the USA and other nations who are deeply in debt..UH OH 
Matt Paulsen, Springfield, Missouri, USA

totally fucked up
Written by on 2006-02-27 09:24:35

total usa debt is 40 trillion (All sectors credit market instruments, excluding  
corporate equities liability 2005 Q3 38828.8 billion). 
usa goverment's debt is only some
8 trillion. the rest 30 trillion is in private and business debts, mortages, credit card debts, car loans etc. 
usa has
negative savings rate 
so that adds up to $130000 of debt for every man, woman and child and no savings at all.  
not pretty.  
basically, china, saudi-arabia and japan own a very large portion of usa. you guys have  
already sold your country.  
this and this and the rest of usa crisis.

Written by on 2006-02-27 17:37:32

Well done russian propaganda. Up to day in Russia $ will changed to € or to £ nothing happens. Iran and Russian relations are going warmer, but neighbour relations (problems) will stay

Written by on 2006-02-27 18:08:31

Its tiring listening to all the doomsday crap about america. 
Every country out there always cries for our help when they get into trouble. The minute all of you are living under Islam, or under a chinese government you won't have the oppurtunity or the right to complain about your lot in life. 
For my part I think the USA should kick the United Nations out of our country, and stop funding them. We should bring all our military forces home and let the people of the world take care of their own problems. No matter how inhumane that might become. The USA can protect itself and get by on less oil from the middle east, if it has too. We can ration oil and make alternative fuel from corn and grain, but remember north america is the bread basket of the world, so the rest of you can eat our dust. As for our debt, you know all the money we owe to foreign countries, how many times has the USA lent money, gave away money, forgave debt, etc and all we get for it is a kick in the teeth. 
The USA should declare itself debt free. Other countries have done it a number of times without any serious consequence. P.S. If you don't like AMERICA, leave or don't visit.

Written by on 2006-02-27 19:12:48

And just how much food and water 
should one stash away? Maybe the 
Mormons had it right all along. 
Is this "crisis" going to last a month, 6, a year, or what? Should we also buy a 500 gallon gas tank and plop it down in our backyard? 
Where do I buy a radiation suit 
and some dark sunglasses? 
R. Lee McCord 

Rude American
Written by on 2006-02-27 19:52:21

Sorry Eurotrash, go back to your shine box, and quit yer bitchin. The only thing I hope for is ISOLATIONISM. See how you speedo wearing men and unshaved women act when your big cousin has tuned his back on you.

Not Totally Buying It
Written by on 2006-02-27 19:53:56

I just can't buy all the "truths" in this article's 7 sector-based crises, it's not like any of them are new. I also don't buy into the other extreme that everything is fine and going according to plan as Bush is trying to present. My guess is that like most anything else on the internet, each side presents their own best or worst case version of something, and in reality, the truth is somewhere in the middle.

Written by on 2006-02-27 21:46:13

Very timely alarm posted here; however, man has tried many types of programs and organizations to bring peace - nothing has worked with any great success. Man must learn to look to a divine source to find his way out of the mess he has gotten himself into. When he can do that - with all of his grand "intellect" included - he will then, and only then, succeed.

No more statis quo...
Written by on 2006-02-27 23:07:18

The gold standard is no a workable deal anymore. There is only so much gold. period. To support growing economies and communities, the USA went off the gold standard, and now we stand on our integrity, of product and action. So going back to a gold standard is impractical. Now when we need more money, we print it up. If governments want to just drop or write off our debt, they can! They do it all the time. It is just fugures and the movement of goods, services and industry just go on. Would it be really nive for the global banks just to forgive all debts?? Clean slate! We could. Many countries have done such for their countrymen.  
So buying gold is not the answer. It may help during a short time, but since the majority will not have any, you willl need things for barter.  
How this all goes down is up to each of us. This is not a movie sequel...it is our very life. 
Why do we allow our government to delclare war when we cannot pay for it? We can't, but there are those who plan it!  
There may be some rumblings in March/April but for now it does not seem catostrophic.....why? Because it is planned this way. The collapse of the US economy is well on its way, and this will be one domino in a row of many. The collapse will be more visible in August.  
The US needs to have their faithful tax payers pay for this year of folley..in April. So they will not act or act like anything is happening. You will hear clammerings, but they will be labled unamerican, thus swept under the rug.  
We are a Golbal community and all the walls need to fall down that separate us from them. it is US...all if us. And although the US will fall tha hardest, it also can come back much stronger and more ready to embrace our global economy. 
No more statis quo!

Written by on 2006-02-28 00:07:50

Written by on 2006-02-27 01:13:17 
Reply for Crixus. Interesting - yes, fascinating - yes, enjoyable???? - No. 
I've been stocking up on some food, water, silver, and stocks in gold, silver and oil. Will it do any good? Maybe. In the short term. Over the long run with all of the combined problems (for everyone, not just the US) peaking at once I wonder if it will matter. We truly have pulled the carpet out from under our (and our childrens) feet. 

Written by on 2006-02-28 05:02:59

the US and Israel have been wanting to attack Iran for the last 3 years and we're still waiting. 
it wont happen any time soon. 
maybe after the US is out of iraq. 
today with its soaring deficit and the mess and expense in iraq, the US is in no position to confront iran. it'll cost 1 trillion to finance a war against iran, not to mention the damage to world economy from rising oil costs. 
vietnam is gonna look like a picnic after the death toll they'll recieve from iran. they're army will be shreded from all sides by iraqi guerillas and iran's armed forces and 100 of thousands of volunteers ready to kill themselves.

Buy Gold - Then What?
Written by on 2006-02-28 06:14:52

Ok so I go out and buy all this gold and silver. I spent paper fiat USD on it (my bank sez it's there, anyway). So gold goes up to say $700US/oz (or more) and sliver goes up to $12US/oz (or more). Can I buy a loaf of bread with it? "Say, buddy, can ya make change for a 10 oz bar?" They say "Buy low - sell high". So, since I can't EAT gold or silver, and nobody will take it as a currency (it hasn't been a reserve standard since 1971 when Nixon gave the rest of the world the finger) I have a COMMODITY, traded on the world market, bought and sold in a variety of fiat currencies. What is it really worth? Whatever "the market" sez it's worth. 
Now, with the Fed discontinuing the publishing of M3, who, then, will know exactly how much fiat money is out there? Why did the Japanese investors buy so much gold a few months ago to push Gold over $500US/oz? Are certain central bankers thinking of basing their currency back to a gold standard? If the USD goes bust (hyperinflation) then is my $500/oz gold now worth a devalued $1000 and have the same purchasing power? It's all smoke and mirrors and Fed parlor tricks. The Morgans and the Rothschilds will have their way and war-profit like they have for a century or so, pitting one country against the other for fun and profit. 
"Secrets of the Federal Reserve" 
I certainly have more questions than answers, Nevertheless, I'll stock up on non-perishables. Got my brand-new non-RFID passport in hand, too. I hear New Zealand is nice. Maybe a tiny Carribean island: they won't bomb there cuz Jamaica has no oil. Ja man. 
-Cap'n Spinblower, drydocked in CLE OH 
"Get up! Stand up!"

Written by on 2006-02-28 06:48:32

Time to sell off my old car and buy a scooter, with pedals.

Poor data analysis
Written by on 2006-02-28 11:34:49

The other side of the US debt argument

Everyone Clueless here...
Written by on 2006-02-28 12:41:58

As much as the coming war with Iran has everything to do with monetary policy, our (the U.S.A.) overall societal problems have everything to do with the "original intent" of the Constitution. Specifically blatant violation of Art. 1, Sec. 10... 

To the extent that we participate in an economic system the Constitution was framed to prevent, we are not a law-abiding nation. This in itself sufficiently explains why law enforcement has become so unreliable, and will only worsen until the lessons of
A Caveat Against Injustice are taken to heart by a new generation of Americans.—FTS (Nov. 29, 2001) 

Perhaps, this first sentence is worth repeating... 

To the extent that we participate in an economic system the Constitution was framed to prevent, we are not a law-abiding nation. 

People, until WE (the U.S.A.) decide to set right and follow Art. 1, Sec. 10 the way our founders intended, all other discussions of the Constitution are moot. The only person that I know to date that has done so continually (unfortunately, to mostly deaf ears), is Hon. Dr. Ron Paul. I don't know about any of the rest of this cyber community. For myself, I cannot reconcile in my mind how our nation believes that it can continue like this without serious repercussions. To violate a sacred (and yes I do mean sacred [biblical precedent]) tenet of the founding of this once great nation can only eventually bring grave consequences to this nation and it's people...

People Should Be Prepared Anyway
Written by on 2006-02-28 14:35:55

There are enough potential threats in the world that we should have emergency essentials stocked up. It doesn't matter where we are. Aside from that, there's no reason to sit around and wait for the end of the world. The hardest thing to do when faced with something this big is not to worry. Enjoy the world and the time you have, and then, even if the world doesn't end, you'll still have made the most of your time.

Oh so Right
Written by on 2006-02-28 16:27:03

I totally agree with "ON The Mark" 
Good for you for putting into words what so many of us in the USA are feeling and thinking. 
We Americans come to the aid of foreigen countries time and time again only to get kicked in the teeth for it..enough is enough!  
I'm sick to death of losing our young men to war,fighting other countries battles and getting nothing but bad mouthed in returned.If these other countries insist on war amongst themselves then let them kill each other off and let their own government deal with it.Why always cry to us for help? 
Angry in Montana

Frogs in a pot
Written by on 2006-03-01 08:57:54

If you read the Bible you'll find that it won't be the end of the world anytime soon. There will be at least 1,007 years more (7 years of Great Tribulation plus a millenium), but the earth will be purified by fire, Jerusalem will be here forever, and eventually the entire world will be ruled by Jesus Christ. Chances are, our government will gradually print more and more "funny money" so that we will be like frogs gradually being heated in a pan of boiling water, without even knowing it. Gas is so expensive lately, I've thought about riding my horse.  

Ifigenio Despotricante
Written by on 2006-03-01 10:52:42

Ref "On-The-Mark" You are very right indeed!!! Get your whole ass off the rest of civiliced world and let us live without you tick sucking our blood.We dont need you, fatty USAcos (I am refering only to USA govnmt and ignorant people like you,Mark.Are you serious believing your army is at rescue of anything or anybody?)

Written by on 2006-03-01 20:05:56

You're gonna need beans, bullets, bandaids and GOD in the very near future. USA fight with all your might!!!!!

Written by on 2006-03-01 20:30:14

I guess you can only wait and see.

Somewhere on mars
Written by on 2006-03-02 10:52:06

I love science fiction.

looking forward to it
Written by on 2006-03-02 23:19:17

The very best thing about this theory is that we don't have to wait very long to see how it plays out. I've been talking about Peak Oil for a few years now and only now a few people are starting to understand, but it's hard to raise any concern (and harder any action) based on an event that may have already happened or may be 10 years away and that we can only recognize in hindsight. Very hard.  
Now March 20th. I like that - a nice fixed date. :-)  
This is one US citizen who is ready for the empire to end, let's get on with it.

Written by on 2006-03-02 23:53:09


the answer
Written by on 2006-03-03 00:05:18

how come whenever somebody asks, What should I buy and how muc (referring to water, etc.) nobody replies. Can someone give us a clue?

How Many Rations To Buy? Here's an Answ
Written by Brian. on 2006-03-04 11:48:19

To the anonymous writer who asked "How many rations to buy i.e. water food etc" for the coming financial storm, I would say this: On one hand we could say buy 6 months to a year worth of rations - only because it would be impractical to store much more. So, if you are to 'stock-up' then this would probably the best guesstimate. On the other hand we could be looking at simply another Millenium Bug scare - remember that one from the turn of the century? The scaremongers were REALLY left with egg on their faces. Me? I'm somewhere in the middle. If people like Warren Buffet can get a billion dollar bet on the US dollar so wrong (in 2005) then forget the rest of us trying to postulate on the future. Yes, I have bet over half the farm on the gold price tripling but that's all I've done, through stocks and some direct gold. I'm in Australia so I may be insulated somewhat from any fallout (fingers crossed). I'm not a political animal but I do have to say this Bush guy worries me. Seems like a likeable guy with which to have a beer but not too smart and from most reports making the wrong decisions with his once great nation and its resources. Keep your faith in God and do all you can to reduce your debt - I think this will prove to be the very best strategy. Get the hell out of those absolutely ridiculous mortgages they have in the US if you are in one and get defensive in your financial allocations. It could be a year or two before it hits the fan or it could be April'06 - either way enjoy the good times while they are here and enjoy your quality time. it does, however, look like it is definitely going to hit the fan bigtime though at some point. Cheers from Down Under - we're all with the US people here in spirit - the bad may come but like always the indominable US people will come back stronger and better. Even if it is to a GOLD standard of world finance! Take care -

Written by on 2006-03-03 15:16:38

This poem says it all. Run scared, because the sky is falling?? You are creating your own monsters and bringing them with you along the way. How about a reality check.....The Islamic world is ruining civilization because they cannot survive in the world the West created. This is their plan and they assume their mission on this planet.  
Nothing short of melting the Middle East down to a huge piece of glass and skating right over the top of their ass will stop them.  
Will oil survive a nuclear winter??

Written by on 2006-03-04 23:30:19

You know, I get tired of arrogant, ignorant people(Americans) that shout their heads off making America look bad. Granted, we probably deserve it. (On the Mark, eh?). Of course I don't like extremism of any kind... but yeesh, stop acting like the world depends on us long enough to pay attention to the topic--does the information in this report accurately predict a crisis? And if so, what should we do? 
Of course, I'm terrible when it comes to this kind of thing--so ignore me if it makes things smoother.

Not the end of anything!
Written by on 2006-03-06 05:27:06

What a bunch of crap! Even if the worst case scenario happens as this article says it will, don't you think America has the technology to change our oil needing transportation machines? PLEASE!!!! 
All America has to do is change our current technology which is dependent on oil, to another form of energy...whatever it may be!  
Worst case scenario described here, yes possible, but highly unlikely! Most likely scenario to happen- the world will keep turning as its done for millions of years.... GO EAT SHIT AND GET A REAL BRAIN PEOPLE.  

American And Proud
Written by on 2006-03-06 14:49:11

Ithaka, well said. They are backwards and will NEVER see things normally. It's like trying to reason with a schitzophrenic who had been brainwashed by his/her rich ruler who pays the local Mullahs to to keep their pea brains in line, so they don't attack. Their theorytale about Israel ruling the US and Israel and the US behind 911 is another of their sick stories touted by their THICK media - along the lines of Jews killing and drinking their arab baties blood. Anyone who believes that the sun sets in a miry pit every night - well, the'll believe anything! 
As for the US...we need to just become self-sufficient again and stop buying all the crap Made in China - just to save a buck. Put folks in office that will tax the hell out of the corporate traitors and force them back onshore with the jobs. This government hasn't done a single thing to make this happen. Too many backhanders from the corporate elite I suspect. They need kicked in the butt. The pathetic Democrats won't either. They'll just tax the hell out of those of us who are trying to get ahead and hand it to their voting pool - who want to sit on their fat lazy asses and collect just enough welfare to keep going but to never get ahead. This is the Democrats plant to keep them from becoming Republicans! But hey, these folks keep electing the Democrats. AH, but the Democrats don't have to live in their neighborhoods now do they? Pathetic idiots. Don't think for a moment that they too won't take corporate backhanders.  
I lived in the UK for 7 years and I watched the Democrats literally copy the attacks on Tony Blair about 3 days later. They would use the EXACT same lines on George Bush. So, No plan and NO IMAGINATION Let's get real. They don't want to change the government. They want to BE the government.  
As for the Europeans? Well, folks, soon you will be chipped and will be living a robotic life where Brussels tells you when you can poop and when you can't. All because pathetic France and Germany are hungry for the power they ONCE had. Oh, if only they could be relevant again! They are the reason our sons and daughters are dying in Iraq. No morals.....just deals with Saddam. So, best thing they can do is make allies with the Arabs and the likes of that idiot in South Africa and drip out a constant Anti-American lefty liberal media so that the majority of your citizenship (who have never been to America) will hate America. Great plan. Hope you don't birth another Hitler. We won't be there this time to put out the fire. Oh, and I give you 15 years and the radical minorities in your midst will be your majorities. Won't be so great when your women have to wear long black coverings and can't expose their faces. Oh Sharia law. Won't it just be so liberating? 
Oh, and then there is Russia. Another has-been who HATES us because we still have some power. So they do their typical transparent crap and side with our enemies and send bombs and technology to blow up our troops in Iraq. Never trust Putin.  
Then of course we have India. Hey, at least they hate the Islamic morons who want to rule the world...so I say give them nuclear technology. After all, it's us or someone else and since Turkey has lined up with Russia, well?  
Then of course there is China...good ol China. They get fat from our money. They build up an arsonal to eventually blow us up. They make deals with the Sudan and with Iran, and our pals in Venezuela. But their evil asses sit on the security council, so forget them ever voting for sanctions. This is why the killing went on in the Sudan. Because China and Pakistan had oil deals there. So it's all about money folks. Politics = money & power. Ordinary Joes mean absolutey nothing more than a tax base for these trashy politicians and world rulers.  

Written by on 2006-03-06 19:38:23

Ammunition will be the currency of the 21st century. Oh, that's right. Eurabians are not allowed to have guns and ammunition. Instead they castigate the U.S. from their armchairs while the Americans are busy at the local shooting range. Remember this. Slaves are not permitted to own guns. But free men have them. We have the guns, so I care not who makes the laws. Got to go now. After work I have to go to the coin shop and buy some gold. Then I'm off to the gun shop to get some ammunition for target practice, while the Europeans contemplate how best to appease the Arabs who are debasing their culture and liquidating their once proud history.

Wai Wurri folk
Written by on 2006-03-06 23:07:35

Time for us to get back to basics, save open-pollinated seed, stop buying crap, eat what is in season, learn to grow your own food, even in cities. Look at the Cuban example after the Americans tried to starve them out, they are expert on organic growing, mostly done in raised beds in the cities. You can't eat gold, silver or diamonds, overcome your sickness with pure food, and after all, us fellas in NZ have got thousands of possums to eat - we won't starve! Give some thought to sustainable living, protect Mother Earth - the best thing we can all do is stop deifying money - a healthy family is worth more than a truckload of gold.

Written by on 2006-03-07 07:39:57

This world needs to shed its old raggs and don a new outfit.

Truth or Dare!
Written by chrysos on 2006-03-07 18:08:12

Whether you believe these predictions or not it is safe to say that there are major changes in the world as we speak. Those changes are not neccesarily on paper or on the internet but all around us. Do you also walk in the streets of our civilized societies and feel something is not quite right. This is proof that man is a collective irrespective of race or religion. That people have a natural instinct to realise that there is trouble brewing everywhere. Crime, poverty etc. is not only a big problem in your own countries, as the media would like you to percieve but a gobal problem that governments can solve but fail to. Why? Many people are worried about what is comming next but the fact of the matter is that we have been warned now for years and years that its going to hit the fan, but we chose to worry about our sports our jobs and whether we have better cars than the jones's. Our idea of freedom is much diffirent to those who fought world wars and I have a feeling that in our generation we will realize the cost of true freedom. 
Also note that when the superpowers of the world become unstable every member of some oppressed orginization would see this instability as a pretext to claim any prize they think they deserve. (White supremacy, religious orgs terrorist basically) 
The world is on a knife edge an d everyone knows it. It is always interesting to see that there are so many people blissfully in denial  
of how we asdk our leaders to lead us on the road to hell. 
Kind regards From South Africa and may th egoos people of the world survive. Peace to all.




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