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Could U.S. Govt Be Setting Up to Blame Economic Collapse on Russia?

Was watching a youtube video of Austrian economist, John Williams, from a few months ago on journalist, Greg Hunter's, youtube channel "USA Watchdog." The video was titled "Economist John Williams: Financial Collapse if Russia Sells U.S. Dollar Holdings". I had seen this video a while back but it was reposted this week by "econews". I started thinking how the U.S. has been trying to stick it's fingers in Russia's eyes recently (from pushing it with Syria, Iran, Ukraine, to the downed airliner.....and now I saw on Zerohedge yesterday that the U.S. has taken over a bank in Cyprus that had many Russian investors). Is it possible that the U.S. is trying to push Russia into attacking us economically so as to blame the inevitable collapse of the dollar on Russia? Also to justify major war with Russia?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re87KmGGybA

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-24/americas-dumbest-mo...



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Mmmmmm...

The Ruskies have over the last few years slowly reduced their dollar holdings as has China, and India. But the Ruskies could not alone destroy the dollar.

If China, Russia, and India all dumped all their dollars at the same time they could create a dollar crisis. But they cannot do it now because the dollar is the reserve currency.

Now, once the BRICS create a currency to challenge the dollar they could probably trigger a collapse of the dollar. But they would lose big as well. Not to mention it would probably start WW3...and there are no winners in a global nuke war.

I think, that the BRIC's best play, is to lure Germany into the BRIC's. This would surely break up the EU and France would likely follow. That would be the end of America's dominance. And the world would remain intact. I think that is the smart play, and I think that is the BRIC's game plan.

Just one man's opinion....for what it's worth.

Tech sector exports are crashing.

No one wants equipment that will spy on them.

Eurasia can provide a useful distraction while sales plummet.

Free includes debt-free!

Absolutely

They must have a foreign enemy to blame it on, their balls will be in a vise if they can't.