John Kerry's prediction that the Iran deal would lead to the end of the Petrodollar may be coming true

Besides the fact that former Senator and Secretary of State John Kerry is a globalist with numerous ties to the cabal, on rare occasions he will drop a truth bomb that at the time may seem to be hyperbole, but later on eerily morphs into reality.

Back in 2015 while functioning in the office of Top Diplomat for Barack Obama, John Kerry was very much opposed to the U.S. ending sanctions against Iran and at times publicly spoke out against his boss on the topic.  And within his occasional public speeches he made regarding Iran, one one occasion he dropped what appeared at the time to be an innocuous statement, but two years later just happening to manifest itself as true.

Consider that in August 2015, then-Secretary of State John Kerry warned that if the U.S. walked away from the nuclear deal with Iran and forced its allies to comply with U.S.-led sanctions, it would be a “recipe, very quickly…for the American dollar to cease to be the reserve currency of the world.”
— Global Research

Fast forward to 2017.

Since the beginning of the year not only has Iran joined with the Sino-Russo coalition in both the energy trade and in a military alliance, but they were also part of the coalition that helped bring an end to the Syrian conflict.  And in an even more profound move from Tehran, they have joined in with aiding their long-standing enemy Iraq in forging a rebirth of Middle Eastern alliances.

Iran has sent 2,000 advance troops to Iraq in the past 48 hours to help tackle a jihadist insurgency, a senior Iraqi official has told the Guardian.

The confirmation comes as the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, said Iran was ready to support Iraq from the mortal threat fast spreading through the country, while the Iraqi prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, called on citizens to take up arms in their country’s defence.

Addressing the country on Saturday, Maliki said rebels from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis) had given “an incentive to the army and to Iraqis to act bravely”. His call to arms came after reports surfaced that hundreds of young men were flocking to volunteer centres across Baghdad to join the fight against Isis.
— The Guardian

Yet once the ISIS threat was virtually defeated, Iran did not return to its previous isolation, but has welcomed the efforts of both Russia and China in aiding their quest to remain free of U.S. dollar hegemony.

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A Chinese state-owned investment firm has provided a $10 billion credit line for Iranian banks, Iran’s central bank president said on Saturday.

The contract was signed in Beijing between China’s CITIC investment group and a delegation of Iranian banks led by central bank president Valiollah Seif.

The Iran Daily said the funds would finance water, energy and transport projects.

Iran is vital to China’s trade ambitions as it develops its trillion-dollar “One Belt, One Road” strategy aimed at dramatically boosting its ties to Europe and Africa.

In addition to the credit line, the Export–Import Bank of China committed to a further $10 billion in loans, while the China Development Bank signed preliminary deals with Iran for $15 billion in infrastructure and production projects, Seif announced.
— Alaraby

And now Iran has been freed from any potential economic threat that the U.S. could impress upon them, and has shown the way for other nations such as Turkey, Qatar, and possibly soon even Saudi Arabia to end their enslavement to the Petrodollar system.  And even more, Iran may soon play a significant role in the emerging new monetary system that is being started by the BRICS, but open to anyone who finds the will to join.