Trump Administration Apparently Heading For War As Iran Dumps U.S. Dollar

By Brandon Turbeville

While many were hoping against all odds that a Trump administration would live up to some of its campaign rhetoric and begin to back away from imperialistic foreign adventures, it seems those hopes are being dashed by the day as Trump and his team are giving every indication that they are moving toward war with Iran.

Even on the campaign trail, Trump expressed irrational anti-Iran sentiment suggesting that the Iran nuclear deal signed with the Obama administration was “terrible” and that the United States was essentially forced to pay Iran not to build a bomb. Of course, this rhetoric was nothing but fantasy since the only losers in the deal were the Iranians, who were never in violation of any international provisions against nuclear proliferation, did not have a nuclear weapon, a nuclear weapons program, or even the ability to create one. In reality, Iran never should have had to sign any deal with the world’s self-appointed guard dog. Still, Trump represented the release of Iran’s frozen assets as extortion (against the United States no less). For those who are unaware, the money that was allegedly “paid” to Iran was actually Iranian money the United States had frozen in the past as a result of prior fits of war hysteria.

This anti-Iran policy came to the forefront a week ago when National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, rabid anti-Iran warmonger, gave a surprise performance of typical Western war froth in front of the cameras about the “emboldened” Iran and the danger it presents to America and its allies. He also suggested that Iran has not been “thankful” to the United States for apparently not invading them as it has done to Iran’s neighbors and allies over the past sixteen years.

Flynn stated that the United States is officially “putting Iran on notice.” Thus, it seems that the United States is setting its sights on the next piece of the geopolitical puzzle before the ultimate goal of Russia and world hegemony is to be recognized.

Flynn stated,

Recent Iranian actions, including a provocative ballistic missile launch and an attack against a Saudi naval vessel conducted by Iran-supported Houthi militants, underscore what should have been clear to the international community all along about Iran’s destabilizing behavior across the Middle East.

The recent ballistic missile launch is also in defiance of UN Security Council Resolution 2231, which calls upon Iran “not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using such ballistic missile technology.”

These are just the latest of a series of incidents in the past six months in which Houthi forces that Iran has trained and armed have struck Emirati and Saudi vessels, and threatened U.S. and allied vessels transiting the Red Sea. In these and other similar activities, Iran continues to threaten U.S. friends and allies in the region. Iran continues to threaten U.S. friends and allies in the region.

The Obama Administration failed to respond adequately to Tehran’s malign actions—including weapons transfers, support for terrorism, and other violations of international norms. The Trump Administration condemns such actions by Iran that undermine security, prosperity, and stability throughout and beyond the Middle East and place American lives at risk.

President Trump has severely criticized the various agreements reached between Iran and the Obama Administration, as well as the United Nations – as being weak and ineffective.

Instead of being thankful to the United States for these agreements, Iran is now feeling emboldened.

As of today, we are officially putting Iran on notice.

Flynn cited only two justifications for his threat, neither of which are logical or anything but unproven allegations. First, Flynn attributed an alleged attempted missile attack on U.S. Naval ships parked off the coast of Yemen supposedly committed by Houthi Rebels. Second, Flynn argues that a recent ballistic missile test conducted by Iran violates the P5+1 and United Nations backed nuclear deal.

Flynn claimed that Iran has recently become “emboldened” because the Obama administration, the same administration which forced Iran to decimate their nuclear power program at the barrel of a gun, was “weak and ineffective.”

“In these and other similar activities, Iran continues to threaten US friends and allies in the region,” Flynn stated. Translation: Iran’s existence and refusal to knuckle under to foreign dictates represents a threat to the impunity of Saudi Arabia and Israel.

In regards to Flynn’s statements, it is important to note that the Iranophobic warmonger leaves out a number of points. First, Flynn lays the blame of Houthi missile attacks at the feet of Iran because, according to him, Iran somehow controls the Houthis or, at the very least, supports them. While it would be naïve to believe that the Houthis are receiving no support from outside forces, the fact is that there is absolutely no evidence that Iran is doing so. Indeed, the alleged missile attacks themselves are highly questionable, with some believing that they were actually a false flag on the part of the United States in order to justify a bombing campaign in Yemen on a flimsy basis of self-defense. This basis is flimsy because the United States does, after all, have its ships right off the coast of Yemen and it is supporting the Saudi war of aggression.

Second, if the Iranians are now guilty because of unproven claims of support for Houthi rebels who are themselves only acting in self-defense against a brutal and horrific Saudi campaign of terror, murder, and starvation against the people of Yemen, then the United States is officially complicit in the beheading of young children, rape, torture, starvation, and cannibalism as a result of their support for “moderate” terrorists in Syria. Of course, the latter statement is actually true since it is the United States who funds, trains, supplies, and directs the terrorist proxies in Syria to this day.

Not only that, even if the Houthis did fire on American boats, it must be remembered that the United States is aiding the country who is invading theirs and thus makes itself a reasonable military target when stationed so close to Yemeni shores.

Still, one must pay attention to the logic: “We supported a country in a war of aggression against a rag tag group of rebels and those rebels attempted (possibly) to fight back. Therefore, we must threaten a third party whom we cannot even prove supports the rebels.”

In regards to the ballistic missile test, the new aggression is being based upon tests conducted by Iran over the weekend on a medium-range ballistic missile.

Yet, for all the browbeating of the United States since the Iranian nuclear deal was signed, the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2231 does not prohibit Iran from testing a missile or a ballistic missile. There is a provision which “calls on” Iran not to undertake any activity that relates to ballistic missiles but “calling on” and “prohibiting” are two different things. As Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute writes, “There are no specific provisions in the nuclear deal that explicitly prevent Iran from testing a missile.”

Who Is Michael Flynn?

Flynn has been so anti-Iran in the past that his subordinates were both confused and alarmed. In 2012, after the Benghazi attack, Flynn began demanding that those under his command at the Defense Intelligence Agency immediately produce evidence that Iran was behind the attack. If that kind of frantic framing of false intelligence sounds familiar, that’s because it is. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld ordered a similar intelligence agency initiative in the wake of 9/11 in order to blame Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.

Flynn was even fired from the DIA in 2014 for being too anti-Iran even for the Obama administration, a truly amazing feat in its own right.

“Adding together President Trump’s call to the Saudi king, where they discussed Iran’s “destabilizing” actions, and a pre-emptive war authorization bill languishing in the US House, the current danger of a US strike on Iran is just an accident — or a false flag – away,” writes McAdams.

Flynn was head of the DIA at the time when the now famous memo was produced explaining the fact that Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and other Gulf States as well as the United States were supporting terrorism in Syria and Iraq and that Russia, Syria, and Iran were fighting it. The memo also described the plan and support for creating a “salafist principality” in the east of Syria and West of Iraq, the precise location where ISIS created its caliphate. For this reason, Flynn cannot claim ignorance as to whom is actually supporting terrorism and who is fighting it.

The Path To Persia

The plan for a Western or a Western/Israeli attack on Iran, along with the theatre of alleged US-Israeli tensions leading up to a strike and outright war, has been in the works for some time. For instance, in 2009, the Brookings Institution, a major banking, corporate, and military-industrial firm, released a report entitled “Which Path To Persia? Options For A New American Strategy For Iran,” in which the authors mapped out a plan which leaves no doubt as to the ultimate desire from the Western financier, corporate, and governing classes.

The plan involves the description of a number of ways the Western oligarchy would be able to destroy Iran including outright military invasion and occupation. However, the report attempts to outline a number of methods that might possibly be implemented before direct military invasion would be necessary. The plan included attempting to foment destabilization inside Iran via the color revolution apparatus, violent unrest, proxy terrorism, and “limited airstrikes” conducted by the US, Israel or both.

Interestingly enough, the report states that any action taken against Iran must be done after the idea that Iran has rejected a fair and generous offer by the West has been disseminated throughout the general public. The report reads,

…any military operation against Iran will likely be very unpopular around the world and require the proper international context— both to ensure the logistical support the operation would require and to minimize the blowback from it. The best way to minimize international opprobrium and maximize support (however, grudging or covert) is to strike only when there is a widespread conviction that the Iranians were given but then rejected a superb offer—one so good that only a regime determined to acquire nuclear weapons and acquire them for the wrong reasons would turn it down. Under those circumstances, the United States (or Israel) could portray its operations as taken in sorrow, not anger, and at least some in the international community would conclude that the Iranians “brought it on themselves” by refusing a very good deal.

Ironically, it is admitted by the authors of the report that the Iranians are not governed by lunatics intent on nuking the world but by entirely rational players. Still, they move forward with a number of options for attacking Iran. It should thus be obvious to anyone reading this report that the US, NATO, and Israel are uninterested in peace with Iran and are entirely focused on war and Iranian destruction.

“The so-called “Iran deal,” introduced during the administration of US President Barack Obama, represents precisely this “superb offer,” with Flynn’s accusations serving as the “turn down” ahead of the “sorrowful” war and attempted regime change the US had always planned to target Tehran with,” writes Tony Cartalucci of Land Destroyer Report.

The report continues to discuss the citations that could be used for an attack on Iran, clearly stating its intentions to create a plan to goad a non-threatening nation into war. It states,

The truth is that these all would be challenging cases to make. For that reason, it would be far more preferable if the United States could cite an Iranian provocation as justification for the airstrikes before launching them. Clearly, the more outrageous, the more deadly, and the more unprovoked the Iranian action, the better off the United States would be. Of course, it would be very difficult for the United States to goad Iran into such a provocation without the rest of the world recognizing this game, which would then undermine it. (One method that would have some possibility of success would be to ratchet up covert regime change efforts in the hope that Tehran would retaliate overtly, or even semi-overtly, which could then be portrayed as an unprovoked act of Iranian aggression.)

The question of the Israeli role in the possible attack against Iran is also mentioned by Brookings. In fact, in the chapter entitled, “Allowing or Encouraging An Israeli Military Strike,” Brookings not only outlines a potential strategy but essentially admits that the US-Israeli tension being hyped in the Western media is nothing more than a farce. It says,

..the most salient advantage this option has over that of an American air campaign is the possibility that Israel alone would be blamed for the attack. If this proves true, then the United States might not have to deal with Iranian retaliation or the diplomatic backlash that would accompany an American military operation against Iran. It could allow Washington to have its cake (delay Iran’s acquisition of a nuclear weapon) and eat it, too (avoid undermining many other U.S. regional diplomatic initiatives).

Why Iran?

There are a number of reasons why the United States and the NATO imperial army would like to see Iran destroyed over the coming years. Geopolitical reasons are, of course, front and center.

On one level, the Israeli connection stands as one obvious reason the United States has maintained an anti-Iran posture for nearly two decades. Iran not only stands as a regional opponent to the whims and aims of the Israeli settler state, but it also bankrolls and supports one of the greatest forces of opposition to Israel directly due to its close proximity and the militia’s military prowess. Indeed, Israel was humiliated by Hezbollah in front of the world in 2006. Thus, if Iran is destroyed, Hezbollah goes with it and two of Israel’s biggest and most effective opponents disappear from the game board.

The United States also sees Iran as an opponent due to Iran’s resistance to the Anglo-American insistence on global hegemony of its “Western” system of financial and corporate overseers in a plantation owned by a world oligarchy. Iran stands in opposition to the Western system because it refuses to engage in a system private central banking as well as corporate and private financier domination of its society and culture. Maintaining its own national bank has long been a source of irritation for Wall Street and City of London vampires eager to sink their fangs into the blood supply of every nation on earth. In addition, Iran has recently announced that it will be dropping the U.S. dollar for some other currency or basket of currencies beginning March 21, a sure sign that a Western war of aggression is most definitely on the horizon.

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Iran also remains a close Russian ally and the last domino that needs to fall before the great Anglo-American army can march forward directly into Russia and break the largest country in the world into “manageable” parts.[1] Once Iran is destroyed, Russia will be largely isolated and left to face the NATO alliance which has been slowly surrounding Russia over the last two decades.


So far, the Iranian response has been marked by unwise mirror bans of American travelers, an entrenchment and reassertion of national sovereignty, and a much more serious announcement that Iran will dump the U.S. dollar. While Iran would have been much better suited to respond to the Trump travel ban in the same way the Russians responded to Obama’s idiotic expulsion of Russian diplomats, it seems American sabre rattling will do nothing now but encourage Iran’s population to possibly look toward more “hardliners” in terms of elected government. By hardliners, we mean politicians who campaign on an Anti-American platform and who take a more stern approach to foreign affairs. After all, those who have argued that the United States can be reasoned with are slowly being proven wrong. The question then becomes whether or not the collision course the United States wants to set out on becomes a path Iran unwittingly follows.

The Trump Administration’s false labeling of Iran as the biggest sponsor of terrorism, ignoring the fact that Iran is one of the most important players in the fight against ISIS and Sunni Islamic extremism in the Middle East as well as the fact that American ally Saudi Arabia is perhaps the biggest purveyor of terrorism in the world, tells everyone what we need to know going forward – the plan to destroy Iran is marching forward without a hitch in another example of seamless transition.

Lastly, for the Trump apologists, we would ask “Does the possibility that Trump has no control over his own military and foreign policy seem like a more palatable option?” At this point, having a President opposed to war is largely meaningless if he cannot do anything to stop it. Of course, Trump’s rhetoric throughout the political campaign was clearly anti-Iranian of the fanatical variety so the possibility that Trump is actually anti-war, at least in terms of Iran, is extremely unlikely. In fact, it is so unlikely as to no longer warrant consideration.

That being said, we must immediately begin to mobilize to oppose the Trump administration war posturing towards Iran and do whatever we can to prevent the current situation from shifting towards an actual physical war. Whatever positive elements of the Trump administration there may be must be prevailed upon to stop this madness. At the same time, we must be prepared to demonstrate, oppose, strike, and otherwise refuse to participate in anymore imperialistic wars should that agenda actually take shape. Aside from the obvious moral issues of bombing and destroying a nation of innocent people for a geopolitical agenda, war with Iran is a step toward war with Russia and World War Three and, at the very least, another vast waste of American treasure and the lives of military service personnel. It must be stopped at all costs.

[1] Brzezinski, Zbigniew. The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And Its Geostrategic Imperatives. Basic Books. 1997. Pp. 202.

Brandon Turbeville – article archive here – is the author of seven books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions and Dispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, and The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President. Turbeville has published over 850 articles on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s radio show Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST at UCYTV. His website is He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at)

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47 Comments on "Trump Administration Apparently Heading For War As Iran Dumps U.S. Dollar"

  1. To believe in one candidate vs another is falling right back into the nonsensical “left vs. right” paradigm. Its all the same. Stop wasting your time voting. The imperialistic war machine will move on regardless of who sits in the oval office. Those newly elected presidents who try to stop it will be shown the Zapruder tape.

    • freewheelinfranklin543 | February 7, 2017 at 12:57 pm | Reply

      As George Wallace used to say before they shot him,”There ain’t a dimes wortha difference between the democrats and the republicans.”

    • come-and-take-it | February 7, 2017 at 3:12 pm | Reply

      Current actions taken by Trump certainly support your assertions. Losing faith in your country’s institutions is kind of a bummer! Looks like something more effective than voting may be required. Suggestions?

      • Well, I think for starters independent journalists should unite and grow a pair and expose the people behind the curtain.

        These are the people that own the banks that own the banks that own the banks – The Rothschild family. These people have a long history of funding both sides.

        • This will continue for a looooong time. Maybe forever ?
          The masses refuse knowledge and just don’t care.

          What has changed since this was written in 1553 ? :

          “When a thousand, a million men, a thousand cities, fail to protect themselves against the domination of one man, this cannot be called cowardly, for cowardice does not sink to such a depth. . . . What monstrous vice, then, is this which does not even deserve to be called cowardice, a vice for which no term can be found vile enough ?”- La Boétie

          This they knew already 2.500 years ago, even longer….

        • There are many good and independent journalists reporting on the lawlessness of our own government such as what you just read but you have to look for them and always trust yourself on what you believe or do not. Research is the answer.

      • Suggestions? Just let Iran take care of it for us.

        • come-and-take-it | February 7, 2017 at 10:32 pm | Reply

          I spent a good bit of time in Vietnam in the early 70’s and after coming to know Iranians after EOS believe they will be a much tougher, more implacable enemy than the VC were. Americans do not understand the shit-burger our leadership is cooking up for us. It will no longer be a foreign war. Iranians are very intelligent people and will find a way to kill us if we push them to it. Trump had best zip his fly with these people or the entire country will pay dearly. Our kids deserve better than this!

          • It all depends on the Russians! Russia will be happy without Iranian oil in the markets.

          • englishvinal | February 9, 2017 at 11:15 pm |

            I believe that Vladimir Putin is as much into mutual cooperation and loyalty to “partners” as he is into raw GREED.
            Check out “who” sent a midnight secret cadre of crack military into Ukraine to bring out the elected president when the coup mongers were searching for him to murder him.
            The whole interview is on youtube. Putin didn’t agree with many of the convictions of the president of the Ukraine, but the two countries were mutually supportive of each other.

      • If tyranny really rests on mass consent, then the obvious means for its overthrow is simply by mass withdrawal of that consent. The weight of tyranny would quickly and suddenly collapse under such a non-violent revolution. Obviously there is no need of fighting to overcome this single tyrant, for he is automatically defeated if the country refuses consent to its own enslavement. Tyrants need not be expropriated by force, they need only be deprived of the public’s continuing supply of funds and resources. The more one yields to tyrants, the stronger and mightier they become. But if the tyrants “are simply not obeyed”, they become “undone and as nothing.”(La Boétie in Voluntary Servitude, 1553)

        • Bravo~! Without the money from the slaves, opps I means indentured servants…there Massa…. the grease for the wheels doesn’t get bought.. and the wheels fall off the Juggernaut.

  2. I guess we all know who Trump’s boss is now.

  3. Iran has not been the aggressor in a war since before USA, Inc. was created. They have a right to protect their nation by seeking nuclear parity against the USA and Israel since we are the biggest terrorists in the world going to war against non nuclear nations of brown people.

  4. Trump is being allowed to “Make America Great Again” at home, with his deals for jobs and the economy. Basically, he gets a mostly free run in the Homeland. In exchange, Neocons, dual-nationals and the rabid dogs at the Pentagon get to continue with their multi-presidential agenda, of ‘conquering’ the globe, and have it in thrall to their jealous, avaricious, and all-seeing financial masters.

    I doubt his family would have survived the alternative.

  5. “American sabre rattling will do nothing now but encourage Iran’s
    population to possibly look toward more “hardliners” in terms of elected
    government.” I’m sorry, but in my almost 60 years of life on planet earth, Iran has always had frothing anti-American sentiment coming from its totalitarian spiritual heads and all leaders “elected” after the Shah. Nothing is going to change that, and certainly not in my lifetime. That Iran wants to play aggressive footsy from time to time with the US is clear. The position of an elected US President always comes with strings and handlers. President Trump is no different. Let him do his best in the very difficult world we live in. Of course the author could always run for president if he thinks he can do better…

  6. There are so many nefarious agendas of power and control that it boggles the mind. Name a subject…health, banking, manufacturing, news, sports, etc. and upon simple investigation the slimy reality appears.

  7. even if it were true (pardon me for a moment while I sneeze) that Iran never had nuclear intentions – in which case, Israel murdered a number of innocent nuclear scientists there – some purpose has to be found for the billions and trillions that America continues to pour into the military-industrial complex.

  8. This article is basically accurate except for one issue: Iran did announce it would respond militarily to anyone that prevented them from sending supplies to Yemen. There were ship loads of goods of all kinds being sent on a regular basis to Yemen. There were also arms and volunteers from Iran that went to Yemen to fight that war. I am not saying it was not justified, etc. but we must realize there is a direct connection between Iran and Yemen in this matter. Although it is basically true Iran has not helped ISIS, they were hwever involved in helping fighters in Iraq fight against US forces. Just because there wasn’t an official war between Iran and the US does not mean there wasn’t some kind of material and active support of fighters against the US. We can’t portray the Iranians as guiltless in the Middle East, and there are substantial rumors they do have a few nukes acquired from other sources. The question is can we count on them not to use any weapons against other nations including Israel? We need more information, and especially the insight of the Russians in this matter before we jump to conclusions and go to war against them.

    • “Although it is basically true Iran has not helped ISIS…”

      Understatement of the year. Iran is actively fighting ISIS in Syria, which you cannot say (straightforwardly) of the West. The West both fights against it, and supplies it and fights for it, to keep the witch’s brew simmering.

  9. We live in very uncertain times. When Iraq wanted to dump the dollar we invaded them now Iran is dumping the dollar. While it may be in U.S interest to invade Iran I find war appalling since I am against violence but understand that our leaders sometimes have to make these choices for the welfare of the American people and our lifestyle I guess all we can do is pray.

    Russia seems to have investments in Iran along with China from what I have read in the past I do not keep update with current trends on these nations investments in this country but find it worrisome to know that in the past Russia has stated it would defend Iran from attack since they possess missiles that pose a threat to us like the SS-18 for instance

    When we went to war in Iraq alot of things happened to civilians that do not represent the people of America I just hope if we go to war our generals and leaders will ensure that our troops never harm women, kids or men and that we display good moral conduct which represents the people of America and make it a quick and snappy take over.

    • Ohh did Saddam attack the US? Why did the US go to Iraq? Did Saddam say naughty things that offended George Bush? There was no need for the US to attack Iraq under a lie and there is no need for the US to attack Iran with another lie as Iran has not attacked the US. I was actually quite keen on Trump being elected because he said he did not want war with Russia and only wanted to remove ISIS terrorists. But I am quickly changing my mind with the rhetoric coming out of the mouths of the new babes I am quickly believing it has not made any difference and war is coming and the US people are being fed the same lies that were told to the Germans before WW2 and again aimed at Russia on all fronts. We really are gullible as long as the word Russia is mentioned, by trying to demonize them at every turn.

  10. Gosh, US has to take oil of the markets, in order to make its fracking industry profitable.

  11. Michael McNulty | February 8, 2017 at 5:13 am | Reply

    The US will fight this war with only the soldiers already enlisted in the armies of its allies. Europeans and English-speaking people won’t sign up to fight for the US and Israel and we will forcefully resist the draft. The US hasn’t been good at war since WWII and once our armies are taken down the US is on its own.

    Israel won’t fight because if its forces are decimated it cannot hold the country it has stolen.

  12. Iran has the Russian S-300 missile system and with all the Obama money the S-400s are probably being planned if not already shipped. A war with Iran over petro dollars is pretty lame since its their oil and gaz and with the many years of sanctions….. , I would assume that the USA is looking to invade with the same proof that Bush had – None.

  13. The US has Iran in it’s sights for one reason and that is to keep them from becoming an economic competitor to it’s vassal states in the region.

  14. citing ZBig……is the author really so ignorant of recent history or conveniently afflicted by amnesia?………it’s not like they’ve not done it before… petrodollar warfare.. our bad boy saddam, his bourse, and israel-firsters were part of the ‘new american century’ w/which the neocoMs got us mired there in first place.. many years ago..

    • As a friend quips this kind of reporting is “an elevator that doesn’t go to the top”. Stuck between floors, as far as I can tell, only offering port hole views.

      What is happening now on the geopolitical STAGE is all part of a long running plan to force the west to its knees to destroy what’s left of our civil liberties.

  15. Rick Manigault | February 8, 2017 at 6:48 pm | Reply

    I’m hoping Trump is just setting up a deal. A war will be the end of us.

  16. Want peace? Force emigrate the synagogue to Madagascar, let them corrupt/feed off of each other and take all the idiot evangelicals who DO love them so along to till their fields, harvest their crops, empty their chamber pots and offer up their sons and daughters for their beloved “chosen’s” amusement.
    Then, when The Christ DOES return, watch the looks on their faces as they whisper; “oops!”

  17. Catherine Light | February 9, 2017 at 1:29 am | Reply

    trump does not want war.

  18. catalanismo is hatred | February 9, 2017 at 11:03 pm | Reply


  19. catalanismo is hatred | February 9, 2017 at 11:03 pm | Reply


  20. What a load of crap… Keep up Turbeville…
    Iran quit using the dollar a couple of decades ago, removing access to it from their banks, and they’ve no plans of returning to it.

  21. Nice post. The symbology of the phoenix being born again coincides nicely with the “Out of chaos, order” motto of the globalists.

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