Monday, February 25, 2008

The Continuing Art of Deception

OK... I figure I would start this blog today by answering a few critics on my writings.

It is not PARANOIA to post the material in these blogs. These blogs contain absolute truths that can be researched for yourselves. If people cannot see the truth about our sick world, then you can go and leave this website, and go into other sites that will keep you in your dream world. This is fact, and not delusional material. Our world has been hijacked by these criminals. The truth must be told to have people open their eyes, and join in this important fight. This answers the first question that alot of naysayers have put forward to me: Why are you putting out blogs that seem paranoid?

The second recurring question is: Why am I putting out these blogs, and what is in it for me? I have stated before that once I discovered the truth about our world, I wanted desperately to have all information shared with all of my readers. It is important to have everyone open their eyes to the truth as stated above, and once you see the truth, then you can go about your day with eyes wide open, and a clear conscience and mind. There is nothing in it for me personally, other than to clear my own mind, as well as the minds of others, of all of their programming, and to help save our world!

Now that I have cleared the air and answered some questions, on to important material.

The media has continued to put out alot of propaganda about the need to have a war with Iran. I figure that I would tell my readers the reasons why they are desperate to have America go to war with Iran.

Iran is a peaceful, nonviolent country, PERIOD!. Iran has never, and I must state, NEVER had plans to develop a nuclear bomb. They have built nuclear reactors to supply the electrical needs of the country, and have sold their oil as a means of obtaining currency for their citizens needs. Nuclear reactors require fuel, and fuel rods, mostly either Uranium, or Plutonium. The purity of the fuel is the major difference between bomb material, and nuclear reactor fuel. For reactors, the purity has to only be about 10-20 percent, as compared to around 97 percent or better for bomb grade material. Iran has developed with Russia's help, centrifuges to enrich their Uranium to nuclear reactor grade fuel, and nothing better. Nuclear reactor fuel cannot be used for Nuclear bombs... This is fact. For Iran to enrich to bomb grade material would require hundreds of more centrifuges, and other major facilities that they presently dont have! This is also fact!

The controlled media around the world has parroted the lie that Iran has, or will develop Nuclear bombs! This lie has led the Iranians to have members of the International Atomic Regulatory Agencies send officials hundreds of times over the last few years to inspect all of their reactor facilities, and each time these officials have reported absolutely no bomb making capabilities! However, the zionist media tells Americans, and others, the continuing LIE about Iranian Nuclear bombs! and why we must attack Iran now!

Now for the important issue... Why? Here it is in a nutshell.... The Media is lying to everyone! No surprise here. The Zionists want their war with Iran to give them total hegemony over the Middle East. They already convinced their puppets in Washington to eliminate Iraq as a threat in 2003, and the only opposition that could stop their dream of total control is Iran. They are constantly filling the media with the lie about a nuclear Middle East if Iran is not stopped, without telling the truth that their dreamland of Israel already possesses over 300 Nuclear bombs that they have developed since the 1960s! A distortion of lies indeed!

Another factor is the Iranian Oil Bourse.... The controlled media has not even ONCE mentioned that since the middle of this month, Iran has started to trade their oil in currency other than the US dollar! THIS more than anything else is the reason that the Zionists want to destroy Iran. Once countries start trading for oil in currency other than the dollar, it could spell the end of the US dollar as the major world currency all together. People do not realize that almost all the world's oil is traded in US dollars, and this factor has been probably the only reason that the US has not suffered a major depression already. Trading oil in US dollars causes a demand that countries hold some US currency in their country's finances. If suddenly they no longer had to maintain a supply of US dollars, then that currency would flood back to the US, and most probably cause a major crash in its value in the US, hyper-inflation, and a possible Depression! The Zionist controlled US WILL do everything in their power to prevent this, and this even means going to war if necessary! Think this cant happen, think again... THIS is most probably another reason why the US attacked Iraq in 2003, because Saddam Hussein started trading his oil in currency other than US dollars back in 2002!

These facts can be easily researched, and you most probably will come to exactly the same conclusion that I have reached some time ago. These monsters want control, and they are willing to sacrifice American lives for their goal. The American public is constantly bombarded by the media lies about "Iranian Nuclear Bomb", or "Iranian President is Evil", etc..... Problem is that the idiot box has dumbed down enough of the public that they will go and march themselves off to another of their wars of conquest, and die as a result!

We can stop them, but it takes alot of work for everyone to do. Turn off the idiot box, and spread the message about the truth about Iran. Wars of conquest on behalf of world Zionism have to stop!


Ivo Cerckel said...


What is it that prevents the human mind to acknowledge the Truth when it discerns/sees the Truth?

Truth is ad-equation between the thing and the intellect, said Thomas Aquinas. (1)

In Saudi Arabia, inflation is at quarter-century high because the country pegs its riyal to the weak US dollar. (2)

As a result of Bush’s pleas to Saudi Arabia for OPEC, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, to lift its production ceiling
in order to bring down the price a oil which is now hovering at around 100 US dollar a barrel,
the Saudis seem to have adopted the “a friend in need is a pest” attitude. (3)

Why can’t observers conclude from this
that Saudi Arabia should de-peg the riyal from the US dollar
that OPEC should price its oil in another currency than the US dollar?

What is that prevents the mind from ad-equating itself to these facts?

Is it that, as Aristotle writes,
when human intelligence is confronted with the highest truths,
it is in the same situation as the bat who is dazzled by the light of the sun?

And guess what?

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said on Monday in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia's second-largest city, that dropping the Gulf dollar peg would ease inflation. (4)

the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) foreign ministers are to meet on Saturday, March 5, to discuss continuing pegging their currencies to the dollar (5),
the next OPEC meeting being scheduled for Wednesday, March 5

the Iranian Oil Bourse opened on Sunday February 17.

The mystery concerning the Bourse remains however complete.

Indeed, we do not know in which currency oil is being traded on the Bourse.
Some sources say it’s the Iranian rial.
Others say indeed it’s the Russian ruble. (6)
Hence the importance of this Friday 21, 2008 International Herald Tribune-article.

Moscow deepens ties to Iran's energy sector (7)
DUBAI: As the United States warns the world away from business with Tehran, Moscow is deepening its ties to Iran's energy sector, underscoring Russia's differences with Washington over Iranian nuclear plans and Kosovo's independence

What if it was gold
(which is no longer available in Fort Knox,
but is marked to market on a quarterly basis by the European Central Bank)?

Gold left last week for da moon!

We watch this new gold market together, yes?
Thank You
6/29/98 ANOTHER (THOUGHTS!) (8)

Here’s a February 20 article of the Iranian News Agency which says
that Iran's Oil Exchange Market, which I suppose is not to be confused with the Iranian Oil Bourse, will be inaugurated on Wednesday February 27
that oil dealings on that Market will be based on euro or Iranian rial (9),
thus not based on ruble.

Still watching …

Ivo Cerckel

ivocerckel AT siquijor DOT ws


Conformity, con-FORM-ity, concerns only the form.
Ad-equation says that not only form,
but also the matter/substance/content/ousia of both the thing and the intellect must equalize.

Saudi inflation at quarter-century high
Dubai: Sat, 23 Feb 2008
Saudi inflation hit 7 per cent in January, its highest level in more than a quarter century, as rents and food costs spurred price rises in the world's largest oil exporter for a ninth straight month.
Saudi Arabia has been grappling with inflationary pressures as the economy, the largest in the Arab world, booms on a near five-fold rise in oil prices since 2002 and because it pegs its riyal to the weak US dollar, pushing up some import costs.

From The Sunday Times
February 24, 2008
Sun shines on some as storm clouds gather over US economy
American Account
Irwin Stelzer
Most important of all, Opec, which accounts for about 40% of world output, refuses to lift its production ceiling, despite personal pleas to the Saudis from Bush. The Saudis seem to have adopted the “a friend in need is a pest” attitude. Opec fears an economic slowdown will cut into demand, and that the dollar will fall further, reducing the purchasing power its cartel members receive in return for their oil.

Greenspan: Dropping Gulf Dollar Peg Would Ease Inflation
Monday, Feb. 25, 2008
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said on Monday near-record Gulf Arab inflation would fall "significantly" were the oil producers to drop their dollar pegs, in contradiction to Saudi policy.
Saudi and UAE central bank chiefs spoke in favour on Monday of retaining dollar pegs, while QATAR's prime minister advocated regional currency reform to avert possible unilateral revaluations designed to curb inflation.

GCC foreign ministers council to meet Saturday
RIYADH, Feb 25 (KUNA) -- The ministerial council of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) foreign ministers will hold their 106 meeting in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, under QATAR's chairmanship on Saturday March 1.
In a press statement on Monday, GCC Secretary-General Abdulrahman Al-Attiyah said this meeting held much significance as it will take place after the 28th GCC Leaders Summit in Doha which included announcing the establishment of the GCC's common market.
While saying discussions will include regional and international developments, he added that the meeting's sidelines will include a forum between GCC foreign ministers with their Yemenite counterpart as part of supporting development projects in Yemen. (end) ay.

Russian ruble could be used in oil trade deals in Iran - envoy
15:30 | 15/ 02/ 2008
MOSCOW, February 15 (RIA Novosti) - The Russian ruble could be used as a payment instrument for deals on an Iranian oil exchange, the Islamic Republic's ambassador to Moscow said on Friday.
"Possibly in the future, we'll be able to use the ruble, Russia's national currency, in our operations," Gholamreza Ansari said, adding that the Islamic Republic was currently busy launching a new oil trade exchange.
The Islamic Republic's oil minister, Gholam-Hossein Nozari, earlier said that Iran would launch on February 27 a commodities exchange for oil, petrochemicals and natural gas on the Persian Gulf island of Kish and that all financial settlements would be made in Iran's national currency, the rial.

Moscow deepens ties to Iran's energy sector
By Simon Webb and Amie Ferris-Rotman Reuters
Published: February 21, 2008
DUBAI: As the United States warns the world away from business with Tehran, Moscow is deepening its ties to Iran's energy sector, underscoring Russia's differences with Washington over Iranian nuclear plans and Kosovo's independence


Russian expert says oil dealings in Iranian Oil Exchange Market soon
Moscow, Feb 20, IRNA
Head of Iran Contemporary Studies Center in Russia Rajab Safarov says in the coming months, Iran wants to privatize its oil companies, whose number is no more than 40, and start oil deals in Iran's Oil Exchange Market.
Safarov told Moscow-based daily Vermianovesti that Iran's Oil Exchange is a crucial body that is expected to leave a drastic impact on the world oil market.
He said in the market, oil dealings will be based on euro or Iranian rial.
Vermianovosti said Iran will inaugurate its Oil Exchange market on February 27.
It quoted Iranian Oil Minister Gholam-Hossein Nozari as saying the exchanges will be in rial and possibly euro and the Exchange will be located in Kish island in Persian Gulf.

Northerntruthseeker said...

Thanks for the heads up on some important material. It shows that the human mind can block the truth when it is right in front of everyone's faces, as I have unequivocally stated in many of my blogs... People need to see the truth!

Ivo, keep the information coming when ever you can... It aids in our fight against the wrongdoings of these criminals around the world!

Ivo Cerckel said...

Iran central bank to receive US punishment

Monday 25th February, 2008

The Wall Street Journal has reported that the US Treasury Department will consider sanctions against Iran's central bank for helping other Iranian institutions evade earlier US economic sanctions.

The Journal said the impact of the measure would depend in large measure on the extent to which US allies backed the effort.

The nature of the sanctions under consideration has not been described but could have a severe impact on Iranian trade if other countries become involved.

Ivo Cerckel said...

Russia quietly prepares to switch some oil trading from dollars to rubles
By Andrew E. Kramer
Published: February 25, 2008

SNIP from page 2
Alan Greenspan, the former Federal Reserve chairman, said Monday that high inflation in Gulf states would fall "significantly" if the oil producers drop their dollar pegs, Reuters reported from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The pegs restrict the ability of governments in the Gulf to fight inflation by forcing them to shadow U.S. monetary policy at a time when the Fed is cutting rates to ward off recession, while Gulf economies are surging on a near five-fold jump in oil prices since 2002. The central bank chiefs of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates spoke Monday in favor of retaining dollar pegs, while Qatar's prime minister advocated regional currency reform to avert possible unilateral revaluations designed to curb inflation