Saturday, February 11, 2012
|Reserve Bank of Australia HQ|
|Occupy Sydney sign outside the RBA|
Could gaining control of the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran (CBI) be one of the main reasons that Iran is being targeted by Western and Israeli powers? As tensions are building up for an unthinkable war with Iran, it is worth exploring Iran’s banking system compared to its U.S., British and Israeli counterparts.
Some researchers are pointing out that Iran is one of only three countries left in the world whose central bank is not under Rothschild control. Before 9-11 there were reportedly seven: Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea and Iran. By 2003, however, Afghanistan and Iraq were swallowed up by the Rothschild octopus, and by 2011 Sudan and Libya were also gone. In Libya, a Rothschild bank was established in Benghazi while the country was still at war.
Islam forbids the charging of usury, the practice of charging excessive, unreasonably high, and often illegal interestrates on loans,and that is a major problem for the Rothschild banking system. Until a few hundred years ago usury was also forbidden in the Christian world and was even punishable by death. It was considered exploitation and enslavement.
Since the Rothschilds took over the Bank of England they have been expanding their banking control over all the countries of the world. Their method has been to get a country’s corrupt politicians to accept massive loans, which they can never repay, and thus go into debt to the Rothschild banking powers. If a leader refuses to accept the loan, he is oftentimes either ousted or assassinated. And if that fails, invasions can follow, and a Rothschild usury-based bank is established.
|Communist China mobile execution van conforms to LEAN principles by reducing waste and controlling inventory|
From the Daily Mail:
The world’s first mobile team to administer euthanasia in patients’ homes will be launched next month.
Units will be dispatched when family doctors refuse to administer lethal drugs on ‘ethical’ grounds.
The launch of the first unit, which will consist of at least a doctor and a nurse, was confirmed on Radio Netherlands by the country’s Right to Die Association.
The group confirmed the unit in The Hague will be the first of six that will target borderline cases in which family GPs are reluctant to administer euthanasia.
It is likely to be used with mentally ill patients or those with early dementia, involving the patient’s GP only 'if possible', the association has said.
The group has previously claimed that 80 per cent of people with dementia or mental illnesses were being 'missed' by the country’s euthanasia laws.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2099089/Go-ahead-worlds-mobile-euthanasia-unit-allow-patients-die-home.html#ixzz1m2ukrsLG
From Merco Press:
The government will restrict daily cash transactions to 1,000 Pesos (231 US dollars) per person, down from 10,000 Pesos, according to a statement in the Official Gazette. The measure affects activity in the stock and bond markets, investment funds and in the futures markets. Operations above the limit will have to be done through Argentine bank accounts that are authorized by the central bank.
“They are forcing a higher level of formality in the economy, as cash transactions allow more irregularities,” said Felipe Hernandez, an analyst at RBS Securities Inc. in Stamford, Connecticut. “This is in line with other measures to prevent money laundering, for which the government has been under a great deal of pressure.”
The move is aimed at combating money laundering and terrorist financing, according to the statement in the Official Gazette.
RussiaToday on Feb 10, 2012
London - The Bank of England voted to inject more cash into the economy to shore up a fragile recovery and shield the country from fallout from the unresolved eurozone debt crisis.
The central bank said on Thursday it would buy another £50bn of assets - mostly government bonds - with freshly printed money, taking the total to £325bn, as economists had expected. The BoE also left its key interest rate at a record-low 0.5%.
The cash boost is welcome news for the government, which has come under pressure again to loosen its austerity drive after the economy shrank at the end of 2011 and unemployment hit its highest level in more than 17 years.