In 2000, there were few countries with their own independently government-owned central banks:

  • Afghanistan
  • Cuba
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Libya
  • North Korea
  • Sudan
  • Syria

Let's look at the status of these countries since 2000:
Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria: NATO wars!
Sudan: perpetual civil war!
Cuba and North Korea: alienated by West!
North Korea is moving to the centre stage for the next US/NATO conflict...
See a pattern?
Iran is the only one listed that is not mentioned. It has signed a defense agreement with Russia and China so it will remain out of NATO's imperialistic conquests for the time being.

Afghanistan: The 2001 US War in Afghanistan was as a result of 9/11 and the ensuing 'war on terror'.1 The removal of Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda was a prime directive of the US who later convinced NATO members to participate. Current information dares to question the validity of the intelligence about Al Qaeda and the Twin Towers.2 3

Iraq: The CIA [US Central Intelligence Agency] provided US President Bush information that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. Off to war the US and NATO went. Once removed, the central bank signed agreements with IMF and World Bank.2 No weapons of mass destruction were ever found. Elements within the CIA deceived the population once again to achieve a goal.

Libya: View the detailed article here: Death of Muammar Gaddafi In short, Libya was ransacked, its central bank looted of its gold and subsequently Libya legislated a central bank in agreement with western international banks.

Syria: The West's insistence on the removal of Assad began with the 'pro-democracy' Arab Spring movement in 2011 funded by western deep pockets. Syria has its own government-owned gold-backed central bank. The war is depleting its resources. What has ensued is a multi-sided conflict and proxy war of the West, Russia and Iran over Syrian soil.2 4

The rest of the world's countries have agreements with global financial institutions
including the IMF, World Bank and BIS [Bank for International Settlements].
Few central banks can create their own fiat money. The USA has a privately-owned Federal Reserve made up of private and public financial institutions. Europe has the European Central Bank and Japan has the Bank of Japan. These three create money and use it to purchase assets like stocks, corporate and goverment bonds. The Bank of Japan currently owns 10% of the stock shares on the Nikkei stock market. The ECB prints 20 billion euros per month to purchase european bonds. The Federal Reserve has amassed over 4 trillion in real estate assets in last 8 years.

The West has skewed the facts on certain leaders in order to secure the public's support in their imperialistic quest of subjugating countries to the globalists' central banks, IMF, World Bank and BIS.5 Having countries that are autonomous of the central bank regiment and completely independent and backed by gold presents an uncomfortable scenario compared to the rest of the world that uses a banking philosophy based on debt and fractional reserve.
In other words, the globalist money people do not want autonomous financially secure countries.

In this day and age, motives for war are withheld from the public and a false narrative is promoted. Seek answers and withhold any thoughts of agreeing with the narrative presented that demonizes those the West seeks to crush. Things may not be as they appear.6