Tuesday, February 27, 2007


Recent events involving Iran, are far more directed to banking than Uranium.......

"......these International bankers own the Central Banks in every nation of the world, except the so-called seven rogue nations (now down to five, since Afghanistan and Iraq have been invaded, and central banks established.) The U.S. State Dept. defines "rogue nations" as any nation that harbors or supports terrorists. The remaining nations that meet this definition are/were: IRAN, Libya, Cuba North Korea, and Sudan. There is no evidence that Cuba or North Korea harbor, or support terrists, SO THE ONLY COMMON THREAD BETWEEN THESE COUNTRIES IS THAT NONE OF THEM ALLOW THE iNTERNATIONAL BANKERS TO OWN OR CONTROL THEIR CENTRAL BANKS." (Emphasis mine) ---from "The Elite Don't Dare Let Us Tell The People", by Robt. Gaylon Ross, Sr.----

I think we know enough about these people to know they lie and obsfucate most everything, and neither uranium refining, the protection of Israel is likely the real reason the elites want Iran attacked.


2006--Jan, May, August, September datelines......
[Iran prints it's own money and has resisted becoming controlled as we are by the Rothschild and other int'l banking families.]

January, 2006...

Iran protects cash from any U.N. sanctions[Iran] Central Bank moving foreign reserves out of Europe

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10941513/ --------TEHRAN PREPARES ECONOMIC WEAPON U.S. resorts to blackmail to pressure Iran5/23/2006 7:00:00 PM GMT The United States is threatening foreign banks with fines and lost businesses if they continue their operations in Iran in a bid to squeeze the Iranian regime, USATODAY reported. http://www.aljazeera.com/me.asp?service_ID=11339 ----------------------------------Tehran, 8 August (AKI) - by Ahmad Rafat - Iran has practically rejected a UN security council resolution threatening economic sanctions if it fails to suspend uranium enrichment by 31 August. And as a document obtained by Adnkronos International (AKI) suggests, Iran means to show how much the West has to loose if a boycott is imposed.The 11-page document prepared by authorities in Tehran offers an analysis of Iran's economic relations with Western countries using data from Iran's central bank, the Bank Markazi. The document rethorically poses as its main question: "who will have the courage to boycott the Islamic Republic?"

[and notice the linkage to NK.]
"The economy of South Korea, whose exports to Iran in the past three years totalled 26 billion dollars, would be hugely damaged by a boycott on Tehran."[more]http://www.adnki.com/index_2Level_English.php?cat=Politics&loid=8.0.328739038&par=0


Politics & Economics: U.S. Steps Up Pressure for Sanctions on TehranAs Nuclear Deadline Passes, China, Other Nations Balk At Imposing Stiff PenaltiesBy Neil King Jr., The Wall Street Journal, 667 words Sep 1, 2006 Acknowledging that the U.N. route could hit an early dead end, the U.S. is also pushing to cut off bank lending to Iran from Europe, the Gulf states and Asia, though U.S. officials concede that the effort has so far had only limited success. The U.S. is also beginning early discussions of trying to impose harsher economic sanctions outside of the U.N. system, possibly among a smaller group of European and Asian countries with significant exports to Iran. (for subs. only)


Sept. 7th,---Condi says "Iran is a Central Bank for Terrorists".


So just how worried is the Bush admin. about Iran's far distant nuke capabilities (10-20 years away???) or are the Int'l bankers wanting to install their own central (Fed) bank just like they did upon the invasion of Afganistan, Iraq?

Could the dead horse's head in Iran's bed be there from the Rothschild family aiming to acquire Iran's more lucrative banking, rather than any other reason?