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Iran: The Bankster Angle

It's noteworthy up front that Iran, Syria and North Korea are not part of the international Central Banking carte. And yes, Libya was planning a gold backed Dinar which would have done damage to the cabal, particularly if seen through the prism of the Petrodollar framework. That being said:

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(Left Hook)

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Rothschild’s Covert War On Iran

While the Illuminati corporate media focuses public fear on Trump’s North Korea red herring, Tillerson and his oil baron buddies are causing trouble in Iran.
Describing rioting during the past few days which has left twenty-two dead, leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khameini stated,  “During the events of the past several days, Iran’s enemies, using the various tools at their disposal, including money, weapons, politics, and security apparatus, have allied to create problems for the Islamic establishment.”
Khameini was of course referring to the Anglo-American-Israeli-Saudi axis, which carries water for the City of London Rothschild-led banking families.  After failed attempts to seize the oilfields of Iraq, Libya and Syria for the banker-controlled Four Horsemen (Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch/Shell, BP Amoco and Chevron Texaco), the fuzzy-thinking inbreds appear on the verge of tangling with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
With Trump cheerleading the rioters – filmed attacking a police station on Press TV – on Twitter, Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif fired back in obvious reference to the Saudi monarchy, “Iran’s security and stability depend on its own people, who – unlike the peoples of Trump’s ‘bffs’ – have the right to vote and to protest.  These hard-earned rights will be protected and infiltrators will not be allowed to sabotage them through violence and destruction.”
The bankers fomented similar domestic trouble in Iran in 2009.   That attempt failed and this one will too.   The only question is how far the oil barons will go in their covert war on revolutionary Iran.
Much will depend on the situation in Yemen, which is not going well for the Saudi proxy.  If the Houthi/South Yemen Marxist coalition holds, expect more desperate attempts by Rothschild minions to destabilize Iran.

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