The secret stupid Saudi-US deal on Syria. Oil gas pipeline war

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oil wellTHE details are emerging of a new secret and quite stupid Saudi-US deal on Syria and the so-called IS. It involves oil and gas control of the entire region and the weakening of Russia and Iran by Saudi Arabian flooding the world market with cheap oil. Details were concluded in the September meeting by US Secretary of State John Kerry and the Saudi King. The unintended consequence will be to push Russia even faster to turn east to China and Eurasia.

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4 thoughts on “The secret stupid Saudi-US deal on Syria. Oil gas pipeline war

  1. We’re thrilled with the drop in the price of oil (and natural gas) in New Plymouth. $80 a barrel is the break even price for the barrage of fracking wells that have invaded our region. If the price drops any lower (it’s predicted to drop to $70 a barrel in early 2015), the Wall Street banks are going to cut off the credit (the fracking industry is run on borrowed money). There’s no way these frackers are going to keep fracking at a loss and they will quite destroying our environment (and our health).


    1. Stuart,
      Any reduction in hydraulic fracturing is a positive development. Water is necessary for the survival of all living things, and one becomes baffled and disappointed when public officials fail to account for such a monumental fact in discussions/debate over hydraulic fracturing.


  2. What a good website. We need more communist websites like these ones, educating americans about how evil capitalism is. And the need for a communist government in the USA, with free medical care, free universities. And with corporations nationalized under worker’s control. We need a marxist-leninist dictatorship of the proletariat. Capitalism is evil and it must be destroyed !!


    1. Juan,
      How are you. As one who is averse to political labels, with capitalism and socialism there are positive features in both types of systems which ideally can be combined to arrive at a system which allows the greatest health and well-being for the greatest number. Essential industries like central banking/money creation, energy, water, education and health would be better off publicly owned and not private/for profit, as everybody needs them. It is obvious these industries when privately owned for profit has contributed greatly to the world’s current tremendous wealth inequality. The focus needs to be on measures/changes which result in a more equitable, moral, peaceful and just world for humanity.


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