Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 15 June 2024

Why The Petrodollar Is Finished Now!

By Neenah Payne

The Birth of the Petrodollar 1974-1975 explains:

The 1973 oil crisis further fixed the value of the dollar as a result of this oil shock, bringing Saudi Arabia and the OPEC countries to make a secret agreement with Washington….. This agreement provided that in exchange for Washington’s political and military protection, the OPEC countries would be required to sell oil only in dollars. The petrodollar was thus born, being a replacement for the gold-linked standard that existed prior to Nixon. Once this system was supported by OPEC members, the global demand for US petrodollars hit an all-time high.

The video below explains that Saudi Arabia’s agreement to sell oil exclusively in dollars ended on June 9, 2024 – ending the backing for the petrodollar as the world’s reserve currency. The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has decided to open up its lucrative oil trade to other countries and currencies. Saudi Arabia has now joined a China-led digital currency project.

The video explains that the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) nations have announced a new BRICS payment system as the World Bank challenged the status of the US dollar in international transactions.  Saudi Arabia is considering a full BRICS membership this year.

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Saudi Arabia just changed the entire future of the US dollar when it decided to end it’s 50-year agreement with the US and the Petrodollar. Saudi Arabia is now looking to BRICS and China for their future in this new multipolar world. What happens next for the US dollar and BRICS? Let’s break it down!

The video refers to Tucker Carlson’s 6/7/24 interview of Rep. Thomas Massie who warned about the end of the petrodollar.

Andrei Jikh explains the significant shift in global economics with the expiration of the long-standing Petro dollar agreement between Saudi Arabia and the US on June 9, 2024. This system, in place for 75 years, marked the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency, granting economic stability and access to rising asset prices. The arrangement between the US and Saudi Arabia helped preserve the US dollar’s dominance over global trade.

However, this past Sunday, the Saudi Arabian prince announced that he would not renew the contract, signaling a major change in the global financial landscape. This agreement, initiated after World War II, allowed the US to control the world’s energy, and its impact on the standard of living for Americans is substantial. The Petro dollar system replaced gold as the standard of value and enabled the US to maintain dominance over international trade. The reasons behind Saudi Arabia’s decision not to renew the contract are part of a larger story, and its implications for us and future generations are yet to be fully understood.

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