The dollar's collapse is nearing. The European Union is planning to switch its payments to the Euro for its oil purchases from Iran, eliminating United States dollar transactions.
Just one more nail to the US dollar's coffin. Its collapse is all but imminent at this point. The EU has successfully found a way to scoff at potential future sanctions on Iran by openly defying the US; and as an "added bonus," they've helped seal the dollar's fate. According to RT, a diplomatic source with the EU has told a news outlet of the decision. "I'm privy to the information that the EU is going to shift from dollar to euro to pay for crude from Iran," said the diplomatic source.
Brussels has been at odds with Washington over the US's decision to withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, which was reached during the administration of Barack Obama. President Donald Trump has pledged to re-impose sanctions against the Islamic Republic as soon as he is able to do so. The Trump administration also has had plans to topple the current regime in Iran, according to leaked documents, and it looks like they've just given themselves the go-ahead: