Pierre Jovanovic, à propos de son dernier livre « 666 »

16 nov. 2014
Le Cercle des Volontaires est allé à la rencontre de Pierre Jovanovic pour la sortie de son livre “666” publié au Jardin des Livres. Ce spécialiste du monde bancaire et monétaire nous montre comment l’eschatologie chrétienne permet d’anticiper l’effondrement économique qui vient. La bête de l’apocalypse a pris la forme du dollar et la planche à billet de la FED est en train de mener l’humanité à sa perte.

Insensé pour certains, évident pour d’autres, l’auteur nous révèle preuves à l’appui comment et pourquoi ce monstre à 7 têtes s’accapare peu à peu tout l’or du monde, ruinant les états nations et les particuliers. Que l’on soit croyant ou non, les faits présentés dans cet ouvrage sont à couper le souffle, ce livre est une véritable bombe littéraire qui explosera à la figure de chaque lecteur !

Petrodollar pumping US policy on Iran, backfire looms

An oil field near Pol-e-Dokhtar, Iran

As tensions between the US and Iran heat up, author Michael T. Winter believes the main reason behind America’s harsh stance is Tehran’s move to seek an alternative to the dollar as an oil currency.

Economic sanctions, spearheaded by the US and, less willingly, the EU could have a disastrous effect on both of their respective economies.  If Iran cannot sell their oil to Europe, there are plenty of customers waiting in the wings, and if they come bearing not petrodollars, but gold and sovereign currencies, then all the better for Iran.  These sanctions, if enforced, will in effect place a serious dent in the power of the petrodollar.

Any rhetoric regarding Iran’s nuclear program and the insistence on crippling it is nothing more than a US attempt to force regime change for one more receptive to maintaining the hegemony of the petrodollar.

The world now knows the truth about the US and how they conduct their affairs.  US hostilities toward Iran have nothing to do with nuclear weapons development.  If that were the case, then North Korea and Pakistan would be facing similar sanctions and threats, but they aren’t. The difference of course is in what lies beneath the ground – oil. Iran has it and the other guys don’t.

At the heart of the issue is not Iran’s dubious attempt to build nuclear weapons, or even oil, but how that oil is paid for.  In 1973, Richard Nixon promised King Faisal of Saudi Arabia that the US would protect Saudi Arabian oilfields from any and all interested parties seeking to forcefully wrest them from the House of Saud.  It’s important to remember that in 1973, Saudi Arabia didn’t have a fraction of the military and ground forces it possesses today (almost exclusively US manufactured weapons) and the USSR was very much a threat. Continue reading