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The Petro Dollar for Dummies - from Lee Camp

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Lee Camp of RT's Redacted Tonight does an excellent job of explaining global issues in terms a teenager can understand. And with humor. Here he gives us the history of US wars for the "petro-dollar" , that is US dollar domination. Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen - with Iran, which as of today is trading oil in euros - next on the agenda. Which countries are still not part of the BIS central banking system?  answer: China, Russia, Iran, Syria, North Korea. In other words, the countries that cannot be enslaved by western bankers and therefore are scheduled for US bombing. This discussion is in his opening monolgue, so you only have to watch the first five minutes. By the way, it's also hilariously funny.   click here

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