Ever since its arrival in the Middle East, ISIS has been busy turning their organization into a functional government that is not unlike the institutions they’re fighting. They’ve created bureaucracies, school curricula, environmental controls, ID cards, and have provided their own twisted brand of law and order. They’ve even managed to achieve some of the more traditional staples of a government, such as taxing, looting, conquering, and wholesale murder.
But now ISIS is planning to add to that list by issuing a new currency. Unlike its predecessors though, and pretty much every other currency on Earth, they claim that their new coinage will be made of precious metals, including gold, silver, and copper. Their gold Dinar will supposedly be valued at $139, which would make it 1/10 of an ounce. They first announced they would create a new currency last November to “emancipate itself from the satanic global economic system.”
There’s two facts that need to be considered here. One: the establishment hates gold backed currencies and two: it’s now widely known that ISIS was created by Western intelligence to destabilize the region. On the surface at least, this doesn’t appear to serve the interests of the Western governments that created ISIS. Is ISIS escaping the control of their handlers, or is something else afoot?
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