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Why The Dollar Is Rising As The Global Monetary Bubble Craters

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posted on Mar, 19 2015 @ 06:59 AM
a reply to: Cygnis

From this article, we're all basically doomed, one way or another.

Yes...we are doomed...because we ow money to...whom exactly ? To other humans...and apparently...there is no way out of it. Though we created that system...and we print the money is beyond our control. Maybe the Aliens took over while we were sleeping...

I would laugh...than saddens me we are so moronic.

posted on Mar, 19 2015 @ 07:02 AM

originally posted by: Metallicus

Maybe the real trick here is to stop having fiat currencies and get back to commodity backed money.

I tend to agree with you and to do it properly it would need to be tied to several commodities instead of just gold.

posted on Mar, 19 2015 @ 06:38 PM

originally posted by: wasaka

The global currency has one very big opponent
and it isn't the American people. That isn't to
say the American people don't care, they do
care... but their opinion doesn't matter.

If every American strongly opposed a new
global currency, that would stop our government
from moving forward with implementation.
American think they have a representative
government, they do not.

No, the BIG opponent to a global currency
controlled by the International Bankers is
not America---it is Russia.

Perhaps this is why the war drums are beating.

Oh I have no doubt this currency war is part of the reason why war with Russia seems to be on the books. The West wants Russia and all their natural resources. If the West can take Russia, then who is left to oppose them?

If Russia is defeated then China wont dare stand up to the US & Europe since it's such a symbiotic relationship. But if Russia has China, NK, Iran and Syria with them initially, then things may be different. I don't necessarily like Russia or Putin but he doesn't bend to the wills of the West, or at least that's how it seems.

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