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ATS.G: Iran's Oil Bourse: is this game on ?

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posted on Mar, 10 2006 @ 09:08 AM

PODcast: Iran's Oil Bourse: is this game on ?
Questions regarding Iran's intention to open their own oil market and trade in euro's. What does this mean to the world and why is it being ignored by the world's media ?

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posted on Mar, 10 2006 @ 09:46 AM

posted on Mar, 10 2006 @ 07:38 PM
Replies anybody. . .please. . .

this is still a conspiracy theory website, right ?

posted on Mar, 10 2006 @ 08:17 PM

PODcast: Iran's Oil Bourse: is this game on ? (reply 1)
Saphie ranting about somethings maybe a response in there somewhere--great podcast fingapointa!

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posted on Mar, 11 2006 @ 03:13 AM
YAY! A podthread relating to the totalitarian tiptoe of the inevitable World Currency, hoorah! Something I can easily reply to! Now if only my damned computer would hurry up and finish exporting this week's radio show to mp3!

posted on Mar, 11 2006 @ 09:55 PM

PODcast: Iran's Oil Bourse: is this game on ? (reply 2)
NrKY responds. Expect this one to be about the problem-reaction-solution formula of the Illuminati's plan to bring about a world currency, world bank, world unified government, world army, and a microchipped population of slave sheeple, through the Totalitarian Tiptoe.

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posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 10:14 AM
Well this Iranian Oil Bourse is just great news to me. With the tensions between the US/UN and Iran already, I am fairly sure they are going to call sanctions against Iran just for their nuclear ambitions. I already have my finger on the trigger, because as soon as that happens, oil prices are going to skyrocket, and I'm going to cash in. Now with this bourse thing, it's going to be even worse (Or better....

Since the beginning of the whole Iran issue I have been waiting for this. I am going to put ALL my spare money into investments in oil. I have a feeling it's gonna hit $100 (US, not Euro
) a barrel. Or if things don't go quite the way I figure, I could lose all my money. Oh well. I missed out on the huge surge in price after Katrina, but I'm not gonna miss it this time

To be honest, I don't think the Bourse will do that much though. The fact that the US is going to call sanctions against Iran will do much more. The bourse doesn't matter that much, because there will still be exchange rates, currencies, etc. Iran just hates the Americans so they don't want to use the US dollar. I don't think this is going to ruin the US dollar, or even devalue it much.

Disclaimer: Actions represent the actions of Yarcofin and are not recommended for others. Yarcofin is not responsible for your substantial gains/losses, should you choose to invest in oil/the energy sector

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posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 09:45 PM
Yarcofin I respect your right to free enterprise, but I'd like to state my beleif that it's PATHETIC to capitalise on the economical effects of war. By buying war bonds, or by profiting from extreme fluctuations in the commodities market because of a WAR, makes you just as bad as the international bankers choking the life out of third world nations.

posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 09:54 PM

The way I look at it, stuff is going to happen anyways. You might as well make a buck off it. I cannot stop the war. I don't consider it supporting the war either. I would never buy war bonds. The fact is, it's probably one of the most predictable things you can see happening in the stock market. I don't consider it unethical. I'm also not even going to buy an Iranian or US stock, it is going to be a Canadian one. In fact, it's not even just a single stock, it is an index of lots of different stocks.

I also don't expect the US to go to war with Iran. At the very most, some sort of watered-down Cold War/trade war. It's just a fact that any time there is uncertainty like this in the world, prices of commodities like oil rise.

You could actually use war to gain money for peace efforts. The irony would be delicious.

How would you feel if I donated all my profits to third world nations?
Heck, if I make enough to cover my commission costs and have enough profit left over, I'll use it to sponsor a child. How about that?

I wonder if I can sponsor a child with a ficticious name. I'll make it out to "Yarcofin" and post it up on ATS for all to see.

Because if there's one thing I like more than money, it's using money to make less fortunate people revere you as a charitable God

I also hardly would consider myself anything like the 'international bankers'. I'm only 18 for gosh sake. How much money do you think I have to put into this LOL. This thing will make me like a weeks pay of minimum wage, max. Don't worry... I will not wipe out Etheopia... any time soon.

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posted on Mar, 12 2006 @ 09:57 PM
the internationalist bankers in the real city of London will want to see Iran pounded in the ground for not submitting to them. the war is coming and the richest people in the world want more money!

posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 02:26 AM
Fascinating subject.

It's great to see people making the time to engage in meaningfull conversation aimed at questioning the status quo.

It certainly seems strange that the majority of countries on the american "sponsors of terrorism" hitlist seem to not only be members of Opec, but also seem to be heading towards trading their oil in euro's.

First Iraq, now Iran, who next?

perhaps Venezuala?

It seems unless your administration / USD friendly, stories will be told, propaganda will be spread, mass public mainstream media used untill there is justification for regime change.

I don't know who said it earlier in the peace, but that trading oil in the USD was effectively a modern empires way of taxing it's colonies?? thought provoking....

posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 07:41 AM

Originally posted by kojacI don't know who said it earlier in the peace, but that trading oil in the USD was effectively a modern empires way of taxing it's colonies?? thought provoking....

I didn't put it quite that way, but I think I remember saying something along the lines of the theory that trading in the USD puts you at the whim of the decisions of the bankers that own the 'American' 'Federal' 'Reserve' ('tis not american, nor federalised, nor even does it even have any reserves). Unfortunately the same people own every major currency printing service and reserve bank in the world, so you really are stuck up sh1t creek without a paddle.

posted on Mar, 14 2006 @ 12:34 AM
Here is a thread of mine that contains some interesting links to the subject.

Global Systemic Rupture

posted on Sep, 30 2007 @ 04:53 PM
In two months or atleast early 2008 petrol will be £1/litre as standard and then in 3-5 years we'll be paying £2/litre. Bushs middle east plan is coming to fruition.

ITS ALL ABOUT THE CASPIAN SEA PEOPLE. Please have a look on Google maps and you can see the Wests hidden agenda. The Caspian Sea is the last bastion on the planet for oil besides the tundras of Alaska and artic which are more difficult to engineer through the frozen sub-soil.

Bush has to instigate war against Iran as this will give the US complete dominance in the middle east and more importantly be on the foot hills of China. US will then control the southern aspect of the Caspain Sea and will control the world economy with their territorial pipelines.

Just google "BTC pipeline" which has flew under the radar of the mass media and was one of the biggest commercial builds on the planet that no one seems to know anything about.

In Iraq, Basra is one of the most fortified places on earth as this is where all Iraqs' pipelines leave their motherland to wing its way into the 8litre V8 gas guzzlers of america. This is why they feed the bull# to people about democracy when in reality they are a totalitarian regime protecting these pipelines from the 'insurgence' and will throw as many troops as they can get away with to protect this asset.

Any campaign is useless as we will all fuel the fire by filling our cars up as necessity. The solution is something called zero point energy. An ethereal energy that permeates space like a galactic current that charges every single atom within every piece of matter. Apparently if we could harness this 'dark energy' which constitutes 95% of the universe, then there is enough energy in a tea cup to boil all of the oceans dry!

The illuminati opress this technology as long as oil is harvested as it's all too easy for them to control world economies with the black gold.

Just my two pennies worth and just the ravings of a mad man

posted on Feb, 10 2008 @ 10:47 PM
Well, it is 2/10/2008 here in COLORADO. It must be 2/11/2008 in IRAN. Any news? IS the bourse open? Economic armageddon? Has the war begun?

posted on Oct, 29 2009 @ 12:39 PM
Well if we can believe the news that so far I only see cited as coming from Tehran it apparantly is NOW open for business as of this week
Oct 26, 2009... interesting that as major a step as this is claimed to be that no where is there any news. Fox supposably isn't a real news outlet but at least there are some stories when u search for Iran Oil Bourse... search CNN and see what you find... NAda

I hope I can get to 20 posts so I can start a thread

Iran opens exchange to trade oil, products-ISNA

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