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West creating hyperinflation in Iran

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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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To make sure Iran fires the first shot and is seen as the ``bad guys`` by the sheeple.

Hyperinflation Comes To Iran

Hyperinflation has struck again, this time at ground zero of the most sensitive geopolitical conflict in ages: Iran. EA WorldView reports:

An EA source reports that a relative in Tehran ordered a washing machine for 400,000 Toman (about $240) this week. When he went to the shop the next day, he was told that --- amidst the currency crisis and rising import costs --- the price was now 800,000 Toman (about $480). Another EA source says that the price of an item of software for a laptop computer has tripled from 50,000 Toman to 150,000 Toman within days.

And so the opportunity cost for the Ahmedinejad regime to preserve its status quo gradually grinds to zero, as the entire economy implodes (courtesy of a few strategic financially isolating decisions) making further escalation virtually inevitable, in a 100% replica of the US-planned Japanese escalation that led to the Pearl Harbor attack, and gave America the green light to enter the war.

You add to that :
- January 23 : europe voting on Iran oil embargo
- June : US financial sanctions go in effect against Iran (which will make the situation even worse)

The sheeple don't know what is happening in Iran right now, they'll believe the MSM when they say that the attack was ``out of the blue``...

Hell I've been reading many threads on democrat forums, most of them opposed the Iraq war and of course blamed it all on Bush, but when it comes to Iran, since it's Obama, it's alright if there's a war, especially if ``Iran strikes first``...

The Japanese embargo strategy worked before, time to apply it against Iran.
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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:19 PM
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The sheeple don't know what is happening in Iran right now, they'll believe the MSM when they say that the attack was ``out of the blue``...


Technically it would be "out of the blue". In the eyes of the decision makers, the sanctions can only be ended by Iran agreeing to the terms and conditions that are laid out by those who have imposed them.

That's politics.

Of course, the real world is much different. And people don't like to cave in when they are backed into a corner...



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:30 PM
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Originally posted by boncho
The sheeple don't know what is happening in Iran right now, they'll believe the MSM when they say that the attack was ``out of the blue``...


People who use the term "sheeple" are patronising twits. No disrespect intended.

If there is hyper inflation in Iran it is probably due to the way the Iranian authorities run the country.

It's all too much. If it is not going right in Iran then someone else is to blame. If there's riots on the streets then it’s the Great Satan, Little Satan or some other Satan doing it and NOT because the population are sick of repression, sham elections, police state rules and fear. It’s never because the Islamic Republic is run by people who don’t give a toss.

Blame everyone else, that's the policy here. It "cannot be us" because we're the Islamic Republic.

Regards



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:33 PM
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STOP your Nuclear Programme and sanctions go away.

Is Nuclear Fuel THAT important?.. No.
Is a Nuclear Weapon THAT important? Yes.



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:34 PM
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Very interesting find, thanks for sharing

Another push further out on the plank, it's not looking pretty for those that prefer peace.



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:35 PM
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So simple isn't it. The West is Evil and just putting the thumb screws to everyone else ... lets forget about the Flood in Thailand that is creating an electronics part shortage (as far as the laptop goes) Prices have gone up and who to say a fellow Iranian isn't above screwing their fellow Iranian with prices ? I find this post reaching at best ... for what reason ? Isn't it obvious lol



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:45 PM
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If there is hyper inflation in Iran it is probably due to the way the Iranian authorities run the country.

Nope. Since the US has imposed financial sanctions in Iran, their currency has plummeted by at least 50%.

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STOP your Nuclear Programme and sanctions go away.

They did stop their nuclear program from 2003-2005. Iran was doing everything the US wanted... but the US didn't want to give them a real deal to allow them having peaceful nuclear energy... so they went back to doing their own business.


Is Nuclear Fuel THAT important?.. No.

Yes. They need alternative sources of energy.


Is a Nuclear Weapon THAT important? Yes.

To defend against warmongers? Sure.

reply to post by NorthStreet1
 


lets forget about the Flood in Thailand that is creating an electronics part shortage

You are right about the floods in Thailand, but this has no relation to Iran.


Prices have gone up and who to say a fellow Iranian isn't above screwing their fellow Iranian with prices ?

Well their currency have plummeted by at least 50% in the last few days, of course there's hyperinflation. Nothing to do with Thailand or people screwing each other.

One country (the US) shouldn't be able to have so much power over the world.



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:54 PM
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One country (the US) shouldn't be able to have so much power over the world.


It pretty much comes down to this,doesn't it? Its a sad world we live in. Heck we have the Almighty( wink ) EU council.



posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:55 PM
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Originally posted by CALGARIAN
STOP your Nuclear Programme and sanctions go away.

Is Nuclear Fuel THAT important?.. No.
Is a Nuclear Weapon THAT important? Yes.


One my primary beliefs is that you can do anything you want in this life, so long as you are willing to pay the consequences. That said, I personally think we are unnecessarily violating Iran's sovereignty in this issue. That is ultimately, not a good thing.

I mean "STOP your Nuclear Programme and sanctions go away" is kinda like saying "say uncle and I'll stop punching you in the arm!"

or, maybe more like...




posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 12:57 PM
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Iran won't let American contractors build any type of pipeline through them.
To finish the massive project taking place over there as we speak, Iran needs to comply.
So the US is teasing them until they retailiate and then the US will "go to war".
Probably without declaring war, like the Constitution says it should.
Unless we get "attacked"....then they actually may declare it.
Which is even more scary.

We all know this is coming, but there will be a reason why the public will be duped.
Just like every other "war" that was never declared.
Again. (Viet Nam)
And again. (Persian Gulf)
And again. (Iraq)
And again. (Afghanistan)
And again. (Syria/Libya)
Need I say more?




When will we stop letting these people get away with more than murder?




Oh yea.....
Never.







posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 01:20 PM
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I thought these sanctions didn't go into effect until another 6 months?




posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by Vitchilo

]Originally posted by paraphi
If there is hyper inflation in Iran it is probably due to the way the Iranian authorities run the country.

Nope. Since the US has imposed financial sanctions in Iran, their currency has plummeted by at least 50%.


Actually, Iran is the master of her own fate. The actions of the Iranian authorities are the direct result of the sanctions.

The sanctions against Iran are numerous and varied. The impact of the sanctions imposed by the US on Iran are over-stated as neither nation has any economic ties with the other. You can whine about the US, but in fact Iran is more affected by the sanctions from countries, such as those in the EU.

That said, it is much easier to blame the US because they are the perpetual enemy. It is less easy to blame the EU because most people could not name the many countries therein.


Originally posted by Vitchilo
One country (the US) shouldn't be able to have so much power over the world.


They don’t. In the case of Iran the entire developed world is concerned and worried. Most other Middle Eastern nations fear a nuclear armed Iran. I mean, look at Iran – they just sit and threaten people left, right and centre. Just think what they will be like when they can toss a few nukes around. They don’t care, it’s all a religious struggle to them.

Regards

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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 03:43 PM
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Even if that is true, I imagine the expectation that the restrictions will be put in place would be enough to force the market to act.

For example, if the president were to declare that no more civilians would be allowed to purchase firearms of any type or ammunition of any caliber after the 31st of January but any weapons or ammo purchased before then are OK, what do you think would happen to prices of firearms and ammunition?

This is what happens when the government messes with the free market.
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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 04:04 PM
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Originally posted by paraphi

Originally posted by boncho
The sheeple don't know what is happening in Iran right now, they'll believe the MSM when they say that the attack was ``out of the blue``...


People who use the term "sheeple" are patronising twits. No disrespect intended.

If there is hyper inflation in Iran it is probably due to the way the Iranian authorities run the country.

It's all too much. If it is not going right in Iran then someone else is to blame. If there's riots on the streets then it’s the Great Satan, Little Satan or some other Satan doing it and NOT because the population are sick of repression, sham elections, police state rules and fear. It’s never because the Islamic Republic is run by people who don’t give a toss.

Blame everyone else, that's the policy here. It "cannot be us" because we're the Islamic Republic.

Regards


Why did you quote me in that?

I don't use that word. And that's not my quote.
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posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 05:02 PM
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With this Iran thing, if you go to the Project Camelot achieves you will find an interview “The Anglo Saxon Mission.’ The whistleblower concerned was invited to a meeting which he thought was a council meeting and the other people at the meeting assumed he was one of them.

This interview is very informative, illuminating and will help you join the dots. Note that Iran is not the final target here, they are merely part of the plan.

Consider this for a moment.

Since, for example, Norman times, some families in Britain and Europe have built fortunes which have passed down through the generations. With wealth comes power, with power comes influence, Influence facilitates further wealth and power but it also enables influence over government policy, particularly in key areas and influence also sets the boundaries of government decision making.

It is understandable is it not, that these families over the centuries start to take on a ‘born to rule’ belief and become the shadow government over key countries.

Consider also, the industrial development and the technological era has largely been driven from Europe which means its white, Christian and western.

Now consider, there is a kid on the block and he threatens these peoples power and influence and threaten to kick them out and rule the roost himself.

With this in mind, read the article above in the Project Camelot achieve and all will become clear.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 03:11 AM
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West engineered economic warfare.

However, this is actually good news for the Iranians, for a number of economic reasons, as it stimulates the local economy.

www.moonofalabama.org... is following the same story, and goes one better by asserting:



In total the markets will be more nervous and the risk premium included in oil prices will go up. Iran and the other Persian Gulf countries will make more money. Everyone else will have to pay more for oil with the price increase for the "west" likely much higher than for the "east". This while the "west" is in economic trouble and the "east" is still expanding.

It will be the most stupid self inflicted wound world policy has seen for a while.


IMHO Iran is doing alright, it's the West that's about to be historical.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 03:45 AM
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Originally posted by Vitchilo
One country (the US) shouldn't be able to have so much power over the world.


If the U.S. wasn't the most powerful nation in the world, some other
nation would be. I'd rather it be one of the good guys in charge.



posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 06:47 AM
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It is quite amusing how people are fed with mono-political agendas and One World Government US offers.

People can not even think the other way.

They think Earth is a big jungle and they should be the lions.



posted on Jan, 24 2012 @ 06:35 AM
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Originally posted by USN1983

Originally posted by Vitchilo
One country (the US) shouldn't be able to have so much power over the world.


If the U.S. wasn't the most powerful nation in the world, some other
nation would be. I'd rather it be one of the good guys in charge.


What makes you think the U.S. is good guys? Have you come to this conclusion by what you've seen in their actions? Or are you just regurgitating what Americans are typically brainwashed with? That we are the best, the smartest, Land of the free, home of the brave. riiiiiiight,



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