Iran: The True Focal Point for the IMF-NATO Hegemony

by | Apr 30, 2018 | Headline News | 16 comments

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    The “Iranian problem” is one that was created by the United States and Britain decades ago. Mossadegh was removed from office when the Shah was inserted…that selfsame Shah who supported Anglo-American oil interests in his country until Ayatollah Khomeini sparked the Iranian Islamic Revolution in ’79. That revolution began the takeover of the U.S. embassy in Teheran and the hostage situation that effectively ended the Carter presidency (rather his actions to resolve it, such as Operation Desert One). President Reagan came in, the hostages were released, Iran and Iraq fought a bloody war, and relations with the U.S. were discontinued.

    Now the “crisis” in Syria has many parts, all of which have been outlined in previous articles: the creation and fostering of ISIS by the U.S. to overthrow Assad, the indirect proxy war and standoff with Russia, the U.S. desire to run a natural gas pipeline through NW Syria to Qatar. The crisis recently (and temporarily) culminated in the brave alliance of the U.S., France, and Britain…coalition of the willing… and their “Sitzkrieg/phony war” of the cruise missile strikes in Syria. No hard targets for the Tomahawks: only what intelligence claimed was a threat.

    The purpose of the strikes: to erase any evidence that could potentially prove a lack of evidence in the phony chemical attack in Douma. The “attack” was a false flag with crisis actors and film production crew, complete with rubberized lacerations, fake limbs, and moulage blood…that stimulated the coalition to act. Photos and film are all over the Internet of such.

    To summarize: by blowing up a target with a classified intelligence rating, the true capabilities of the complex destroyed will never be known by outsiders, and it is therefore shielded from public scrutiny by the rating.

    The proof of this happened just the other day, on 4/28/18, as reported in the article “Trump Seals JFK Documents Until 2021,” released on Alex Jones’ Prison Planet, and relying on reporting from the Dallas Morning News. Here’s an excerpt:

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump issued an order Thursday keeping some of the most sensitive records from the Kennedy assassination files sealed for another 3-1/2 years, as the National Archives released a final batch under a law meant to force most of the records into the light by last fall.  In 1992, Congress set a 25-year deadline for releasing remaining documents stemming from John F. Kennedy’s murder in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963.  When the deadline arrived — Oct. 26 last year — Trump gave federal agencies a six-month extension to plead the case for keeping selected records sealed, if they could assert a vital national security interest. The FBI and CIA in particular had pressed for more time.

    Do you see the pattern of obfuscation that has not truly changed? Who is being protected here? Perhaps the better question is “Who can protect us from our alleged protectors?” There is a tie-in to the current events in Syria: whether it is the Kennedy issue of yesteryear or the debacle in Syria, there is no transparency in our government, and certainly no accountability to the American people.

    Iran is “against the grain,” and taking down Syria is key for the control of Iran, a country rich in natural resources such as gold and oil. Iran is also not a part of the IMF Hegemony, a group of bankers and oligarchs backed by the “muscle” of NATO and the blustering from the three nuclear powers involved in the latest Syrian strike. It has recently been reported that there is an Iranian military base in the heart of Damascus, which should come as no surprise. Syria is critical to the Hegemony in the future acquisition of Iran. Saudi Arabia also wants to see Iran taken down by the United States.

    The Petrodollar is linked and inextricably intertwined with Saudi interests (they have the oil, and the U.S. has the military force). The problem is we are seeing the world beginning to “disconnect” itself from the Petrodollar to embrace the gold-backed currencies such as the Yuan that are now also trading in oil. The BRIC nations are on the rise, and the Petrodollar nations are on the wane.

    Toynbee showed many parallels in history that we are following today: a morally defunct empire with a debased monetary system, exercising totalitarian and draconian measures over its citizens while overextending itself militarily. In any global conflict, regardless of our position, a U.S. victory would be Pyrrhic in nature, and such a conflict would result in the U.S. being fragmented and unable to maintain its current form of existence.

    Iran is the focal point of conflict, of struggle between spheres of influence (such as the U.S. and its allies, and Russia and her allies). Syria is a preliminary and necessary step. Israel is pushing the U.S. to deal with Syria and Iran, as is Saudi Arabia. No matter who wins, the American people lose, and more: as the Kennedy records censorship proves, we will not find out who was responsible for a conflict until many years have passed, if we find out at all. Their agendas have not stopped, and Syria and Iran are two critical “dominoes” needed to be toppled in order to realize their globalist goals of a totalitarian new world order.

    Jeremiah Johnson is the Nom de plume of a retired Green Beret of the United States Army Special Forces (Airborne).  Mr. Johnson is also a Gunsmith, a Certified Master Herbalist, a Montana Master Food Preserver, and a graduate of the U.S. Army’s SERE school (Survival Evasion Resistance Escape).  He lives in a cabin in the mountains of Western Montana with his wife and three cats. You can follow Jeremiah’s regular writings at or contact him here.

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      1. Syrians gold will kick the can a little longer? The Irans? Then Venezuela? China and Russia?

      2. The problem with Iran and the rest of the Middle East started more or less in the year 570 when Muhammad was born. At least in terms of the radical and violent beginnings of the ‘religion of peace’. The entire region has been in one war after another since time immemorial. Maybe back to the late 14th century B.C. when Moses was born… even farther back to the Egyptian dynasties. It’s always been ‘my God is better than your God and I’ll kill you if you don’t agree’. You can pick any religion, any part of the world. And you can even choose the systems of government we’ve developed that strive to replace religion with themselves – communism, socialism, dictatorships, kingships…. Let’s face it – mankind wages war. It’s what we do. It has been the greatest spur to progress and the most threatening to our existence. It’s an even bet which will in the end finally come into being. Growing up as a species or self-termination.

      3. …. to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

      4. When the shooting starts let me know. Until then I don’t care.

        • “The “Iranian problem” is one that was created by the United States and Britain decades ago.”

          True enough but Iran is a bigger problem now, unchecked, and out of control: funding terrorism across the world even into the USA.

          I would rather deal with the devil I know: the NWO, than the devil I know: Islam. 🙁

        • Sgt. I feel the same. If I can’t do anything about it, I sometimes don’t give a shit. But, I still do give a shit. We all do, or we wouldn’t waste our time typing letters into our ‘puters.

          Glad spring is coming. Be good to get off my ass, get outside and not waste my time commenting to no end. Got gardening to do.

      5. How ’bout this,JJ : If Iran would mind it’s own business and not use proxy groups to commit terror like Hezbollah,the world wouldn’t be on the edge of destruction.Iran could spend the money helping the Iranian people and improving they’re lives. Get a grip,guy.

        • I agree. I got halfway through this tripe before I stopped reading.

        • poor poor propagandized person. you must be living in a cave or else support isn’treal and its dirty mossad.

      6. Disabling the petrodollar hegemony; what’s holding up the process? Pride? Incompetence? More billionaires to be made? [It’s not because they’re making America great again!]. As for transparency of motives and actions of the g-men; who trusts that?!! No one in the belt way will self-incriminate and they’re covered by “need to know”; their lives mean more than yours. Of course, this is why we’re prepping for system independence.

      7. southside

        How ’bout this,JJ : If the(US) would mind it’s own business and not use proxy groups to commit terror like (ISIS) ,the world wouldn’t be on the edge of destruction. (The US) could spend the money helping the (US people) and improving they’re lives. The US supported dictators throughout Central And South America training their “Security Forces” (who executed Catholic Priests who dared speak out about the unjust poverty).

        News Flash, the US created and arms ISIS.
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        The US does not wear a white hat. Don’t take my word for it listen to two time recipient of the Medal Of Honor USMC Major General Smedley Butlers own words.

        I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street. I helped purify Nicaragua for the International Banking House of Brown Brothers in 1902–1912. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for the American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Honduras right for the American fruit companies in 1903. In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested. Looking back on it, I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.

        • You forgot to sign “Uncle Sam” at the close ….

      8. Old Gimlet Eye Butler tells it true enough, but in the real world and in the Great Game you either win or you are subject by and to foreign powers. Is there anyone here who would rather be speaking Mexican than English ???

        Would you rather America dominated the global stage or China ??? Maybe Russia ??? It is naive to believe that other powers would not take advantage if they could. If it comes down to me and mine, or “them” whoever they are at the time, I would rather it be America, me, and mine.

        Fuck “them” whoever they are. 🙂

      9. The Tigris and Euphrates Rivers begin with the snow melting in the mountains of southeast Turkey. Turkey has a vast network of dams on the tributary rivers that run into those rivers. Effectively, it is a stranglehold on Syria and Iraq. Turkey can make life very difficult for both countries without firing a shot. It also makes life hard on the Kurdish liberation movement in southeastern Turkey. The construction of the large dams are a means of potentially gaining control over your neighbors downstream. The Ethiopians and Sudanese are constructing large dams to control the Nile which the Egyptians are uneasy about. The Iranians share a single large tributary to the Tigris. The droughts, the melting of the mountain snow caps that start the rivers are good predictors of the tensions between the countries.

        • An informed and thoughtful observation

      10. Never get you trolls who attack JJ and then go on to confirm the premise of his article. Especially the so-called “I served” types. Try reading his articles and use a few brain cells before ommenting on his articles. Unless the beer in your belly means more to you than the functioning brane cells in your noggin.

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