Will the 1.5 Quadrillion Derivative Market Crash in the Ukraine Crisis?

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Operation Disclosure | By David Lifschultz, Contributing Writer

Submitted on February 24, 2022

WILL THE 1.5 QUADRILLION DERIVATIVE MARKET CRASH IN THE UKRAINE CRISIS?

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The United States public thinks that China, Russia and Iran hold losing positions in the Chess Game being played out in the Ukraine at present. 

Even though Iran is close to a deal on exporting their oil, they feel certainly aggrieved by the sanctions that have punished their women and children for so many years and may act in concert with Russia to crash the western financial systems as they were crashed by the US. These three countries alone can bring down the entire international financial system in one day by shutting the Straits of Hormuz, end all Russian oil and natural gas exports, and the ordering by Moscow of its former provinces to end their deliveries of oil and natural gas to the market which will shut down in one day nearly half the world’s oil supply. The stans will comply with Russian orders. It is questionable whether the SWIFT-CHIPS system could hold up under the pressure and we can expect all world markets to crash. This subject is covered in detail in the links below. Russia is one of the greatest supplier of commodities in the world as outlined below these links. We warn NATO: look before you leap or bruises you will keep.

This article discusses Russia’s ability to win decisively any war with NATO.

Russia’s Missile Warning, US Faces Checkmate at the Ukraine | Operation Disclosure Official

This article points out that the 1.5 to 2.5 quadrillion derivative market will implode if this becomes a commodity war between the US and Russia crashing all the world financial markets in a worse manner than the 1929 stock market crash. This covers just the Straits of Hormuz and Russian exports of oil. If you add Chinese oil production, the three countries control over half the world’s oil supply.

The Straits of Hormuz as a Trigger to World Depression

Since Russia is now in control of the Ukraine, who is a major world supplier of agricultural commodities, the cutting off of Russian and Ukrainian mineral and agricultural commodities can skyrocket inflation in the US to twenty percent which is covered in the next link.

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/02/23/impact-of-russia-ukraine-on-supply-chains-food-metals-commodities.html

David Lifschultz
THE LIFSCHULTZ ORGANIZATION
DAVID@LIFSCHULTZORGANIZATION.COM

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