Following announcements that the Islamic Republic of Iran will stop using the US dollar in the upcoming months, the Trump administration also announced that Iran would be included in the list of seven countries banned from the US, together with a quiet authorisation for the US to use armed forces against them.
The Iranian PressTV reported, “Valiollah Seif, the governor of the Central Bank of Iran, was quoted by domestic media as saying that Iran would either replace the US dollar with a new common foreign currency or use a basket of currencies in all official financial and foreign exchange reports.” This is due to take place on March 21. The decision was made as Seif believes that Iran needs a more stable foreign currency, and “Iran would be better-suited trading in European Union Euros, Chinese Yen, or in United Arab Emirates Dirham”.
Trump’s plans stated that the countries that are now banned from entering the US for at least 90 days include Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen. Globalists are outraged by the new announcement, believing that the decision is yet another man-made obstacle restricting the freedom of travellers, together with breaking down bonds of family and business across borders.
Since the recent announcement, reports have claimed that Iran’s dollar plan could risk the country’s leaders falling victim to US vengeance. The US is reportedly already preparing for any potential conflict with Iran, and has even introduced H.J.Res.10 – Authorization of Use of Force Against Iran Resolution. This was introduced last month without any media attention, despite it authorising “the President to use the US Armed forces as necessary in order to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons”.
Similar countries have attempted Iran’s plan in the past, but these have only resulted in bad consequences, including being invaded by the US. TFTP’s Jay Syrmopoulos reported last month that NATO’s involvement in Libya, “was not for the protection of the people, but instead it was to thwart Gaddafi’s attempt to create a gold-backed African currency to compete with the Western central banking monopoly.” He claimed that the involvement of the USA in Libya’s affairs was driven by the desire to gain their oil supplies.
In the past, Muammar Gaddafi, Saddam Hussein, and Bashar Al-Assad have all tried to move away from using the dollar by replacing it with the use of another currency, but this has resulted in the destruction of all three countries. President Trump has said that he may choose to pursue a more diplomatic solution, although there is no evidence of that yet.
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