Will US-Saudi Rift Open Oil Market to Iran?

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  1. #1 by Wally D. on 11/02/2013 - 9:34

    Bandar bin Sultan sold his mansion in Aspen, Colorado for $36.5 million, thus liquidating half of the six properties in the luxurious ski resort area, which “formed a massive compound where the prince entertained guests including recent US presidents,” according to The Wall Street Journal.

    Good riddance. Bandar likely supplied the Sarin gas to McCain’s hired thugs in Syria.

  2. #2 by rehmat1 on 11/03/2013 - 9:34

    There is no rift between Washington and Riyyadh. Any ally of Israel is automatically ally of the United States.

    The United States only import 6% of its total oil needs drom Saudi Arabia. Canada is the top oil exporter to the United States.

    Iran under King Reza Shah used to supply oil to European countries and Israel. After 1979 Islamic Revolution, Iranian oil is exported to China, India, Turkey, S. Korea, Germany, South Africa and some other countries.

    American Jewish writer and blogger, Stephen Lendman, describes this alliance, saying: “Israel and Saudi Arabia are rogue states writ large. They’re two of the world’s worst. They deplore democratic values. They spurn rule of law principles. They commit horrendous human and civil rights abuses. They’re responsible for daily crimes against humanity.”


  3. #3 by Dante Ardenz on 11/03/2013 - 9:34

    The Saudis are tactic Isreali Allies. The ignorant Jew loving ‘patriots’,of the US do not get this. This Zionist Alliance goes back a very long time. They always banked with Rothchilds Of London/US Federal Reserve. All must recall,Jew toady FDR,and his evil accomplace Churchill sealing the post WW2 deals in that Kingdom,back in 45. SEE CHURCHILL AND THE JEWS.Martin Gilbert.

  4. #4 by NLG on 11/03/2013 - 9:34

    The House of Saud is so inextricably bound with the USA (and therefore Israel), I’m sorry, but all this talk is meaningless. What we’re witnessing is just the death throes. They signed their own execution orders the moment they agreed to trade in petro-dollars in exchange for “protection.” It might take a little while, but it’s been game over for a while.

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