The Days of the Petrodollar Are Numbered. Rothschild Scuttles It with Ripple for His One-World Currency: The SDR. IMF Coming World Central Bankc

DWN 29 Aug. 2016: According to experts, new financial technologies and payment systems threaten the global dominance of the US dollar in international payments,  the Financial Blog Sovereign Man reports. These allowed transfers between two parties directly bypass  the US financial system and the dollar. To date, practically all transactions were conducted worldwide through dollar accounts at US banks. New, innovative payment systems such as Ripple, based on the block chain technology, begin to establish themselves as alternatives: Ripple, whose investors are i.a CME, Andreesen Horowitz, Google Ventures an Arm of Google´s Alphabet Inc.  where Edmond de Rothschild is a shareholder: Alphabet makes up about 11.4% of Edmond DE Rothschild Italia SGR SPA’s investment portfolio, making the stock its 3rd largest position. Edmond DE Rothschild Italia SGR SPA’s holdings in Alphabet were worth $8,012,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period.

Ripple

Ripple offers the possibility of direct international transfers – a method that makes the dollar simply superfluous (see the feature above).

Although the use of alternative payment systems is in its infancy it already works. Two months ago a Canadian bank had made the first payment with the Ripple protocol to Germany. The Swiss bank UBS and the Deutsche  Bank join forces in developing a new cyber currency.
The system promoted by the Swiss Bank could come on the market in consultation with  t (Rothschild´s ) central banks  and (Rothschild´s BIS) Regulators. 

Simon Black of Sovereign Man argues that the often ruthless economic and geopolitics of the United States is expected to increase the incentive of other countries and banks looking for alternatives.
They have abused the trust and confidence which was put into it by the rest of the world, – by amassing debt  in huge extent, waging  wars in other countries, and having dropped  remote-controlled bombs on hospitals. It also points to the example of French bank BNP Paribas, which had to pay $ 9 billion to the US authorities.

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Furthermore The CME – owns the Dow Jones. IDG Capital (China-funded),  and Santander of the Rothschilds (and member of the Inter-Alpha Group) are further Ripple investors.

About the  Inter-Alpha Group “The Adviser” wrote on 27 Sept. 2011: (Author Jeff Davy Katunga of the Pressreader):
This group was founded by Lord Jacob Rothschild in 1971 ,  at the exact time that Richard Nixon took the gold of the U.S dollar and ended the Bretton Woods system of protection with fixed exchange rate. The US Gold Commission in 1982 reported to Pres, Reagan:  “The U. S. Treasury owned no gold at all. All the gold that was left in Fort Knox was now owned by the Federal Reserve, a group of private bankers, as collateral against the National Debt.”

Most, of the $35 trillion dollars of tax-payer funded bail-out money worldwide (Crisis 2008) has gone to Rothschild’s Inter-Alpha and private banks, the City of London, the EU. Inter-Alpha control 70% of all the world´s finance.

Rothschild’s also make up the 7 private banks known as the Federal Reserve Bank of America formed in 1913. Rothschild’s Banks of London and Berlin, Lazard Brothers Bank of Paris, Israel Moses Seif Bank of Italy, Warburg Bank of Hamburg and Amsterdam, Kuhn, Loeb Bank of New York, Chase Manhattan Bank of New York and Goldman, Sachs Bank of New York. These bank’s are a private credit monopoly which has preyed upon the people of the United Sates and now they intend to hold the world to ransom they have nothing to do with anything government or anything American, these banks have created the $14.3 trillion Federal debt, this debt has more than doubled since 2000, 60% of the Worlds’ reserves are held in U.S dollars. The GDP of the U.S is $14.7 trillion the U.S. is headed for bankruptcy. When the U.S dollar collapses it will take the rest of the world with it, Australia included. 

China´s new development bank the AIIB seeks cooperation with Rothschild´s world Bank and IMF – and is welcomed.

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Rothschild-Jacob
Among the ripple banker pioneers mentioned above are Rothschild banks. As I recently wrote this is a paradox because the Rothshilds have bloodily staked on keeping his FED´s monopoly to print US dollars.

Rothschild knows that the weakening of the petrodollar means the fall of the US superpowerstatus, its loss of always enough short-time credit to fund its army, navy and airforce and perpetual wars enriching Rothshild´s other money machine, the military industrial complex and here. It will mean the collapse of the dollar – and probably war against the other saboteur of the petrodollar, Russia, who is abandoning her Rothschild central bank and her dollar dependency.

So what is the reason for Rothschild shooting himself in the foot?

Among the ripple banker pioneers mentioned above are Rothschild banks. As I recently wrote this is a paradox because the Rothshilds have bloodily staked on keeping his FED´s monopoly to print US dollars.

Rothschild knows that the weakening of the petrodollar means the fall of the US superpowerstatus, its loss of always enough short-time credit to fund its army, navy and airforce and perpetual wars enriching Rothshild´s & CO´s  other money machine, the military industrial complex and here. It will mean the collapse of the dollar -and probably war against the other saboteur of the petrodollar, Russia, who is abandoning her Rothschild central bank and her dollar dependency.

So what is the reason for Rothschild shooting himself in the foot?

As I wrote already in 2010, Rothschild´s IMF has the follower of the dollar ready – the coming one-world currency: The SDR of the IMF. The notes and coins? They are being abolished: Once more, Rothschild´s central banks just discussed to abolish cash at a meeting in the US!! – and replace with an electronic curreny! That would also mean the death of the petrodollar.
At the same time Rothschild agent Soros i.a. is scuttling the EU and the Euro – since Germany would not pay for their demanded fiscal  Union.
The Rothschild alternative is obviously  a new global order with a new currency and  central bank,the IMF and the BIS to rule them all and a new global tax system, launched and headed by the IMF in order to pillage us even more!

And the IMF and its officials will be immune to any accusations of corruption theft etc.
The IMF is owned by Rothschild and 30-40 additional (Jewish) families.

Capitalism and Jewish Communism are merging under Rothschild banking.

In my opinion, the Illuminati are now about to implement what was planned by Joseph Stiglitz  and included in the 2009  UNCTAD Report – viz. the IMF as the one-world Rothschild central bank – and its SDRs as the only world reserve currency.
Both Russians, Chinese, probably Saudis and the US itself are giving up the petrodollar – and thus the US status as the World´s only superpower: The Illuminati are taking over the world as  planned from their beginning.

ADDENDUM

HERE IS THE PLAN
( as I wrote on 19 Febr. 2010 (at end of article) and again on 31 May 2016 (at end of article)

On 19 Febr. 2010, I published the following plan which is regular old-fashioned Soviet planned economy – without reward for industry and invention. As we know from the Soviet Union this leads to social poverty – due to man´s natural idleness. 

UNCTADWorld governance by means of inflationary money production and regulation  – see 2009  UNCTAD Report.
III E Conclusions:
1. A key objective  of regulatory reform should be theweeding out of financial instruments with no social returns and providing incentives to channel resources towards investment projects with high social returns.
2. Regulatory arbitrage can only be avoided if regulators are able to cover the whole financial system and ensure that all financial transactions are overseen.
3. It is necessary to complement micro-prudential regulation with macro-prudential policies aimed at smoothing the leverage-cycle.
4.
The incentives of credit rating agencies could be improved by establishing a regulatory authority that supervises the operations of the agencies.
5. Participation of developing countries in the various agencies different regulatory requirements.
6. Chapter IV D subsection 3: The report of the Stiglitz Commission: Reform involving Special Drawing Rights (SDRs) as the main form of international liquidity.
7. A system of managed flexible exchange rates. The Bretton Woods system and theEuropean Monetary System provide precedents.
8. Better, if countries whose currencies were under pressure to devalue were joined in their fight against speculation by the monetary authorities of those countries whose currencies were under pressure to appreciate.
9. Example: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), plus China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ASEAN+3): collectively managed fund that will pool the foreign exchange reserves of these countries.
10. The global economic governance would gain greater coherence if multilateral trade rules were complemented by an effective system of surveillance and macroeconomic policy coordination. So far, policy surveillance by the IMF has been effective only for countries borrowing from the Fund. (And what a misery to such countries – see the year 2000!).
Free-trade11: Chapter V: F: Countries need to lead global action to mitigate climate change. They need to assume responsibility for the accumulation of emissions affecting the global climate, which have resulted from their past actions. If strengthened, many of its elements could contribute… to the greater participation of developing countries in those efforts.
12: Putting a price on emissions, in the form of taxes ortradable emission permits…, could help set in motion a process towards establishing lowcarboneconomies.
13: Direct government intervention in the form ofemission performance standards and strict regulations.
14: The international community can support industrial development in this direction byallowing developing countries sufficient policy space in the context of relevant international agreements on climate change, trade, Foreign Direct Investment and intellectual property rights. Allow banks the possibility to deposit dollar reserves in a special “substitution account” at the IMF, to be denominated in SDRs. The SDRs could also be used to settle international payments. The risk would have to be covered either through the generation of higher revenues by the IMF or by guarantees from member States.
15: Enable a new “Global Reserve Bank or a reformed IMF to issue an “artificial” reserve currency, such as the “bancor” suggested by Keynes in his Bretton Woods proposals for an International Clearing Union. The new global reserve system could be built on the existing system of SDRs.
16: One possibility is for countries to agree to exchange their own currencies for the new currency, so that the global currency would be backed by a basket of currencies of all the members. But other variants are also discussed in the Commission’s report. The new system could contain penalties against countries that maintain deficits, and equally against countries that maintain surpluses.
17: The G-20, at its London Summit in April 2009, announced its support for a new general SDR allocation, which would inject $250 billion into the world economy and increase global liquidity. However, a major problem with the G-20 proposal is that the new SDRs are allocated among the IMF’s various members, so that the G-7 countries would get over 45 per cent of the newly allocated SDRs, while less than 37 per cent would be allocated to developing and transition economies, and less than 8 per cent to low-income countries.
18: SDRs should be allocated to member States on the basis of some estimation of their demand for reserves, or, more generally, on some judgement of “need”.
19: The G-20 finance ministers meeting in April 2009 endorsed the proposal for acountercyclical issuance of SDRs. If the purpose of SDR allocation is to stabilize global output growth, it would indeed be appropriate to issue more SDRs when global growth is low – and smaller amounts or retire SDRs in periods of fast global output growth.
20: Wage cuts have an immediate dampening effect on domestic demand and further destabilize the economy. Moreover, wage cuts of the size needed to restore competitiveness are deflationary and add to the general depression of production and investment. The purpose of giving countries unconditional access to international liquidity should be to ensure that the level of imports can be maintained, and not to bail out foreign investors.

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