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Old 23-10-2018, 08:05 PM
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Saudi Arabia has the worlds largest supply of crude oil. It can control the price by varying the supply into the market.
The US dollar Reserve currency is backed by Saudi oil supply, in return for Military protection of the family run Saudi Arabia.
Saudi invests its surplus revenue from oil in US Treasury bonds, supporting the US dollar.
It is the largest purchaser of arms from the US weapon manufacturers, again buying protection of the US.
Saudi and Qatar were part of the group who attempted regime change in Syria. Their particular agenda was to enable a gas/oil pipelines via Syria. This has failed.
After the Syrian failure, Qatar teamed with the ideological enemy Iran to share a gas pipeline from the Gulf. They both produce from the same divided gas field.
Saudi threatened to invade Qatar. The USA has a large Air Force base in Qatar. Turkish forces moved to Qatar to protect it from Saudi.
Saudis' oilfields are rumoured to be depleting, hence the invasion of Yemen with USA and UK logistic support.
Somewhere in that tangle is the answer to the Khashoggi assassination publicity overload, by the MSM.
I suspect that a regime change operation (or threat) is planned for Saudi. because Mohamed Bin Salman is not playing ball, and a more pliable Saudi leader is required by the USA.
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Nothing will happen, Trump has already declared it a witch hunt and compared it to the judge Kavanaugh affair, Mike Pompeo went over to smooth things over and get their stories right. The reason being Trump has been tweeting about oil prices being too high, which if Saudi is threatened they will turn off the pumps and oil will rise further, so in return for American support which they now have, expect the the Saudi's to increase production and the oil price to drop. I bet Greedy is already selling.
There you go Bellsy nothing to see here anymore.

Oil futures dropped more than 4% Tuesday, with U.S. benchmark prices at their lowest finish in about two months.

Traders focused on Saudi Arabia’s pledge to play a “responsible role” in energy markets, despite international criticism over the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/oi...ket-2018-10-23
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Old 23-10-2018, 08:45 PM
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There you go Bellsy nothing to see here anymore.

Oil futures dropped more than 4% Tuesday, with U.S. benchmark prices at their lowest finish in about two months.

Traders focused on Saudi Arabia’s pledge to play a “responsible role” in energy markets, despite international criticism over the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

https://www.marketwatch.com/story/oi...ket-2018-10-23
It would appear that the threat of a US enforced change in Saudi Arabia Leadership has worked, and the price of oil will remain stable, as Saudi production will remain unchanged.
The issue of Saudi buying the S-400 missile defense system from Russia for $2 billion is still a sore point with the US Military Industrial Complex and politicos..
I still have to figure what pay-off Erdogan of Turkey got for exposing the death of an insignificant journalist.
Pompeo was in Saudi and negotiated some deal and probably promised to haul off the rabid dogs of the Western Press publicity machine., so the story would be consigned to the Memory Hole. All wounds are healed and even death assuaged when the money bandage is applied.
We still have no Habeas Corpus of Khashoggi or evidence of the supposed recordings and video.
It is reported that one of the supposed assassins met an untimely death in a car accident in Riyadh.
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article...nt-yeni-safak/
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Old 23-10-2018, 08:51 PM
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It would appear that the threat of a US enforced change in Saudi Arabia Leadership has worked, and the price of oil will remain stable, as Saudi production will remain unchanged.
The issue of Saudi buying the S-400 missile defense system from Russia for $2 billion is still a sore point with the US Military Industrial Complex and politicos..
I still have to figure what pay-off Erdogan of Turkey got for exposing the death of an insignificant journalist.
I am also curious why the usual suspects of the Media went overboard on the publicity of the murder.
We still have no Habeas Corpus of Khashoggi or evidence of the supposed recordings and video.
It is reported that one of the supposed assassins met an untimely death in a car accident in Riyadh.
Shandy sets the bar on murdered journalists high, since his hero Putin massacres them by the dozen. They're all insignificant too. Especially after they're dead.
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Old 23-10-2018, 08:55 PM
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Old 23-10-2018, 08:57 PM
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How goes the RUssiagate conspiracy Doc A. Its been a good warm up act for WW3 AND YOU PLAYED YOUR PART ,YOU USEFUL IDIOT.
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Old 23-10-2018, 09:02 PM
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How goes the RUssiagate conspiracy Doc A. Its been a good warm up act for WW3 AND YOU PLAYED YOUR PART ,YOU USEFUL IDIOT.
Oh, do you think Putin haz a sad because of Russiagate? Is he going to nuke everyone? Are you afraid?

Trump was laundering Russian money for years. Everyone knows that. Except you and your basement boys.

But you're changing the subject. What about all of those journalists that Putin has had murdered? Any thoughts? Did they deserve it? Were they bringing on WW 3 too?
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Old 23-10-2018, 10:59 PM
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Dead men post no tweets.
They vote in elections though.
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Old 23-10-2018, 11:41 PM
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It would appear that the threat of a US enforced change in Saudi Arabia Leadership has worked, and the price of oil will remain stable, as Saudi production will remain unchanged.
The issue of Saudi buying the S-400 missile defense system from Russia for $2 billion is still a sore point with the US Military Industrial Complex and politicos..
I still have to figure what pay-off Erdogan of Turkey got for exposing the death of an insignificant journalist.
Pompeo was in Saudi and negotiated some deal and probably promised to haul off the rabid dogs of the Western Press publicity machine., so the story would be consigned to the Memory Hole. All wounds are healed and even death assuaged when the money bandage is applied.
We still have no Habeas Corpus of Khashoggi or evidence of the supposed recordings and video.
It is reported that one of the supposed assassins met an untimely death in a car accident in Riyadh.
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article...nt-yeni-safak/
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