Re: U.S. Has More Oil Tha Middle East
The U.S. does not import oil from the Middle East, and Mideast oil is not strategic or important to U.S. energy policy.. rather the U.S. exports dollars to the Middle East, which - through a forced policy of petrodollar recycling - props up our otherwise unsustainable national debt.
The U.S. is also interested in a policy of "strategic denial" in the Mideast, i.e., even though we don't need that oil, we want to control it, so that we can control those who *do* need it... (most of the rest of the planet).
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