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    just something to think and october 2018 Kuwait stopped selling oil to u.s. they said they got more money per barrel from asian market than us. last week Oman announced they were pulling out of OPEC at first of year. then monday Qatar announced its pulling out of OPEC as well at first of year and filed the papers.

    sidenote...south sudan is trying to get its oil back on line and pumping oil again .

  • #2
    Plus more and more oil transactions between nation states are being priced in currency other then U.S. Dollars.
    One day you eat the day the left-over five days you eat chicken feathers, head and feet.


    • #3
      Current events in the rapidly changing war of the Oligarchy's nation states.

      Multipolar World Order in the Making: Qatar Dumps OPEC
      Last edited by Sourdough; 12-13-2018, 06:52 AM.
      One day you eat the day the left-over five days you eat chicken feathers, head and feet.


      • #4
        also since sanctions are back on iran the france oil company that was pumping and running their oils wells has left operations. iran has just signed those wells over the a chinese oil company to pick up where france stopped.

        south sudan is working hard also to get its oil back up and running as well after all the chaos.


        • #5
          South Sudan is where this whole thing started. 1979.

          Meanwhile NIAC issues a 94-page draft to the President outlining measures to be taken to deal with a power grid attack. Measures include allowing citizens to shelter in place (no aid) and removing regulatory and financial barriers to allow corporations and state governments to "rebuild infrastructure" without hindrance. One detail of a recommended measure is making sure all "energy and fuel transmission methods are fully complete and to the highest modern standards." That, to me, reads as a green light to finish all the disputed pipelines and round file all EPA energy regulations.


          • #6
            If you want to really know how extensive the involvement with the Saudis and the U.S. is, read on. On the National Infrastructure Advisory Council there is one James J. Murren. Murren is the Chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts, Intl. While he himself is a philanthropist, the company's owner, Tracinda Co., is not. Tracinda was started by an Armenian-American investor named Kirk Kerkorian. In 2008 Tracinda purchased 20,000,000 shares of Ford Motor Company through a man named Ahmed Albahar, an investor. Albahar coincidentally happens to be the Founder, Chairman and Managing Director of The International Investor Company, KSC. TII is an Islamic-Compliant private equity firm specializing in "emerging market investments". It sought to make investments in businesses using privately held properties. TII was Founded in 1992 in Kuwait City, but prior to its founding Albahar served as the Managing Director of Al Rajhi United Company and acted as the head of their Division For Islamic Investments from September 1990 to August 1992. Al Rajhi, along with Al Faisal and Al Barak investments spearheaded Sharia Compliant Islamic Banking in the 1950's. Albahar also served in the Kuwait-based Kuwait Finance House and managed its day-to-day activities as General Manager from March 1981 to March 1990. Al Rajhi founders and investors Al Rajhi, Al Faisal and Al Baraka supported the Muslim Brotherhood since its inception following attacks in Egypt in 1950, and still do to this day and Al Rajhi bank has been the choice bank of some of modern history’s better-known terrorists and organizations:

            -Mamduh Mahmud Salim (East Africa Embassy Bomber)
            -Ayman al-Zawahiri (Al Qaeda Leadership)
            -Abdulaziz al-Omari (Planning & Execution, 9/11)
            -Kompak Islamic Mujihadeen of Indonsia
            -Al Haramain of Saudi Arabia
            (to name a few)

            Bank co-founder Sulaiman Al-Rajhi appeared on the infamous Golden Chain document of Al Qaeda financiers. These allegations were later legitimately reinforced by the U.S. Senate Investigation into Britain's HSBC Holdings and their Correspondent Relationships. But it seems like they missed one relationship: Albahar, as he is currently employed as a Financial Strategist in the UK's (Our Ally) Financial Conduct Authority, and responsible for strategic oversight of the Investment Management sector within the UK's financial services industry.