Economic and Political Intrigues
Editor's Note: You can clearly see that both left and right factions of Jewish power want to hurt Iran, but they are having a gang war over how it should be done. You can see how Obama’s entire rationale is not at all pro-Iran or anti-Israel as is alleged. Obama loves Israel and is tasked with rescuing the Zionist project from Netanyahu’s Armageddon-loving clutches.
President Obama phoned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from Air Force One on Thursday to discuss the nuclear deal with Iran, the White House said.
Yemen is under fire now. Saudis have followed the footsteps of their master in forming a coalition to bomb a country. The master is not only backing but is also providing tactical support. With the Nuclear Treaty with Iran on cards, America did not want to create an impression that it may change its policy in the Middle East. The Arab rulers fear that America may now turn soft towards Iran. America had to strike a balance. So it allowed Saudi Arab to have a go at Yemen.
Another Conspiracy Theory Becomes Fact: The Entire Oil Collapse Is All About Crushing Russian Control Over Syria
While the markets are still debating whether the price of oil is more impacted by the excess pumping of crude here, or the lack of demand there, or if it is all just a mechanical squeeze by momentum-chasing HFT algos who also know to buy in the milliseconds before 2:30pm, we bring readers' attention back to what several months ago was debunked as a deep conspiracy theory.
Back then we wrote about a certain visit by John Kerry to Saudi Arabia, on September 11 of all days, to negotiate a secret deal with the now late King Abdullah so as to get a "green light" in order "to launch its airstrikes against ISIS, or rather, parts of Iraq and Syria. And, not surprising, it is once again Assad whose fate was the bargaining chip to get the Saudis on the US' side, because in order to launch the incursion into Syrian sovereign territory, it "took months of behind-the-scenes work by the U.S. and Arab leaders, who agreed on the need to cooperate against Islamic State, but not how or when. The process gave the Saudis leverage to extract a fresh U.S. commitment to beef up training for rebels fighting Mr. Assad, whose demise the Saudis still see as a top priority."