A bipartisan effort to ban Russian oil has been cheered by the warmongering narrative media, but this sanction could have handed Vladimir Putin an immense amount of power to destroy the dollar.
“It’s pathetic enough to see American statists cheering sanctions that US officials inflict on foreigners with the aim of bringing death and impoverishment to them. Ironically, even while cheering the manifest evil of sanctions, many of these same statists go to church on Sundays and pray that God bring peace and love to the world. It’s equally pathetic when statists cheer the destruction of their own rights and liberties — and ours as well — at the hands of their own government officials.”—Jacob Hornberger
Imagine, if you will, that Russian President Vladimir Putin drastically undercut the price per barrel to those nations still buying Russian oil, and he put just one stipulation on it, that being that it must be purchased with anything but the U.S. dollar.
That’s the question Eric Peters ponders in a recent piece. If that were to happen, katy bar the door on the fall of the U.S. dollar. This is a real problem for us.
“It’s not Russian troops marching into a former Russian province. It is the leader of Russia selling oil cheaply and for gold or some other currency that has value, unlike the American ‘dollar’ – the pieces of paper that are almost not worth the paper they’re printed on,” Peters wrote.
Peters, who notes this would play well into the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) plans for us to own nothing, added: “Americans are forced to use these pieces of paper to buy whatever oil the hair-plugged febe who fronts the U.S. government permits them to buy – assuming they can afford to buy it. But the rest of the world – or large parts of it – is not so constrained. And there’s nothing – shy of letting the nukes fly – that the old hair-plugged febe who fronts for the U.S. government (which has become another front of the WEF) can do about it, in that event.”
Still, on a bipartisan basis, the Congress enthusiastically approved a ban on Russian oil. In the words of Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas), who voted against it, the Republicans got “played” with all but 15 voting for the ban in the House.
With this, and other sanctions, we the people can expect the already inflation-plagued prices to go up further, from oil to aluminum and everything in between as detailed by The Naked Emperor. The United Nation’s is forecasting and 20% hike in food prices.
Meanwhile, this provides the talking point for the Biden regime to blame high prices on a “Putin price hike,” a laughably absurd statement but one that will be believed by the brainwashed masses.
As Daniel McAdams points out:
“With prices skyrocketing, the expected finger-pointing has arrived. While there’s plenty peripheral blame that is certainly warranted, problems are not solved by tinkering with the periphery. You solve problems by going directly to the source.”
“The root source of inflation is always The Federal Reserve, for it has the unconstitutional power of counterfeiting dollars out-of-thin-air. Until this immoral practice is addressed and forbidden, the problems of inflation will never be solved.”
And that’s the real point. Putin now has the power to destroy the dollar, but in reality, The Fed has been destroying the dollar for decades by funding the massive spending political agendas of both sides of the uni-party. The collapse of the dollar is inevitable, but it may be nearer than anyone knows.
Our real national security threat is of our own making. It’s the debt, which now stands at $30.3 trillion according to usdebtclock.org. And most of that debt is over the last four decades. As David Stockman details, America’s debt was $846 billion in 1980, that’s over 39 presidents and 190-plus years of American history.
And yet, Congress is now committing $13.6 billion that we don’t have to aid Ukraine, as Matt Agorist wrote for The Freethought Project. He writes: “What’s more, as the politically elite send billions to the other side of the world, 3.7 million children have been pushed into poverty here at home.”
This might just be what they want to do. The desire of globalists for a one-world digital currency may have moved a step closer with the Russian sanctions, and their plans for an “energy transition” may have as well.
“Well, for the past several years, the ruling elites have been getting together in Davos, Paris, and elsewhere, and deciding, without your consent, that removing reliable energy from our lives is absolutely necessary to combat the ‘climate crisis,’” wrote Jordan Schachtel. “They claim this ‘crisis’ — which just so happens to result in the massive accumulation of centralized power — is the most important issue facing the world today. Virtually every powerful western government has embraced the need for ‘accelerating’ away from reliable energy and into unreliable “clean” resources, such as solar and wind farms.”
It’s time to prepare, and that means getting out of the dollar, and I would suggest cryptos as well. Biden has just issued an executive order to regulate cryptocurrencies, an unconstitutional action but one I haven’t heard much opposition to by the GOP. Then there’s the announcement from Coinbase, a digital wallet company, stating it cutoff the wallets of Russians. There goes maybe the sole benefit of cryptos, that being decentralization, as Coinbase bows to the globalist agenda.