- Question: Does Daniel 7:23 speak of peace or World War? Obviously world war!
Daniel 7:23 (New King James Version)
23 “Thus he said: ‘The fourth beast shall be
A fourth kingdom on earth,
Which shall be different from all other kingdoms,
And shall devour the whole earth,
Trample it and break it in pieces.
- This coming war has nothing to do with Iran being a nuclear threat to anybody. It is BS propaganda by the western Illuminist MSM. It is about the breaking of the petrodollar hegemony and thus the global reserve currency hegemony of the western Illuminati (ie. USD). Both Iraq and Libya were invaded because they abandon the USD for the sale of oil. The Illuminists know that the reign of the USD is coming to an end. But they do not want any substitute that is not their own. Ie. they still want to maintain their global monetary hegemony. When they lose this hegemony, they lose power and control over the world. Iran is quite obviously sticking it to them!
- The US petrodollar hegemony means that oil can only be sold in USD. This creates an artificial demand for USD since all countries need oil. Thus, the USD became the world reserve currency. Countries keep USD because they need to buy oil. As much as 2/3 of international trade is settled in USD since all countries accept USD. When this hegemony is broken, and it is falling apart, it means the USD will collapse. It means the US can no longer finance its wars of aggression and world conquest. It means the end of the Anglo-American-Zionist Illuminist world empire. Quite obviously, the Illuminists do not want this and they will go to war with anyone who challenges their global monetary hegemony!
Iran to accept payment in gold from trading partners!
By Tim Pearce | Reuters
TEHRAN, Feb 28 (Reuters) – Iran will take payment from its trading partners in gold instead of dollars, the Iranian state news agency IRNA quoted the central bank governor as saying on Tuesday.
Iranian financial institutions have been hit by sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union in an effort to force Tehran to halt its nuclear programme.
Significant difficulties in making dollar payments to Iranian banks have forced Iran’s trading partners to look for alternative ways to settle transactions, including direct barter deals. “In its trade transactions with other countries, Iran does not limit itself to the U.S. dollar, and the country can pay using its own currency,” central bank governor Mahmoud Bahmani was quoted as saying. “If a country should so choose, it can pay in gold and we would accept that without any reservation.”
The sanctions include a phased ban on importing oil from Iran, which EU member states are to implement by July. China and India, two of the largest consumers of Iranian oil, have said they will continue imports, but Japan and Korea have announced cuts to quotas following pressure from the United States. As a result the value of Iran’s rial has plummeted, pushing the price of goods sharply higher across the country.
Western countries believe Tehran is trying to establish a nuclear weapons capability, and the United States and Israel have not ruled out military action against it. The Islamic Republic says its nuclear ambitions are peaceful and that it will hit back if targeted.