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The Power of the Almighty Dollar

Updated on March 2, 2013


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The US$ is the standard currency used around the World.

The fact that the US$ is the standard obviously means that the United States has advantages over other countries but how much?

Already many people believe that a group of high level financiers, such as the Rothschild’s and Rockefellers’, really run the US and are seeking to bring the whole world under their control as a New World Order but how true is this?

How can an entity in the US control other countries?

Well now it would appear that they can.

The United States judiciary has decided that any US law broken by a non US entity can still be prosecuted if, at any time, a United States Dollar is involved.

An example would be: If the United States has a unilateral ban on trade with say Iran, no other country is restricted by this law. Now however, if any part of that trade involves US dollars, then the US are able to sue or punish the trader, even if through a banks inadvertent brief exchange to dollars. So if a Japanese company trades with Iran and monies paid are paid in Yen, if the banks involved decide to convert the Iranian money, first to the US dollar and then to Yens, the transaction is prosecutable by US law.


Already certain companies have been caught out, mainly British.

The Dutch bank ING paid US$600 million for their transactions with Iran and Cuba. Barclays PLC agreed to pay US$453 million. Now HSBC and Standard Chartered are being told to pay. Also Daimler, of Germany, who own Mercedes- Benz are being pursued for money.

So why if these are not American firms and are not subject to American law, are these firms paying up?

The answer is that they do not want to be penalized by the US, which could cost them more in the long run.

In the real world, where these bankers, governments and multi national corporations make us live, these would be acts, at best, of bullying or at worst extortion. Yet the United States, self proclaimed leader of righteousness and justice, blatantly use these tactics.

Now if these tactics are openly used against large multi nation companies, do you think that those responsible would even flinch on using similar tactics on individuals?

We therefore all become subservient to the almighty dollar. Our governments running up debts, to these financiers are bringing our country under the control of these dominatingly arrogant elitists and by bringing our country under their control; they put all of us under their control.

There stands the New World Order with the rest of humanity at their beck and call.


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    • sparkster profile image

      Sparkster Publishing 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      Hey, rafken. Interesting article. Did you know that first ever audit of the Federal Reserve showed $16,000,000,000 in secret bailouts, mainly to the British!?

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      somethgblue 5 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      and yet another example of your ability think outside the box while relating the information to a readable format, bravo!