Re: U.S. Fears Prospect of Saudi Coup, Weighs Invasion Plans
As crazy as this sounds, it gets even crazier when one considers the true motivation for such paranoid, preemptive, Middle Eastern military strategy. And we ain't talking about oil, boys and girls.
It's all about the juggernaut created by the central bankers and their debt bubble. We don't need to invade Iraq, Saudi Arabia or any other oil-producing country to ensure supplies of the "black gold" for our own consumption. They are, after all, in the business of selling oil. They need us as customers as much as we need them as suppliers. Otherwise most of those nations would have nothing else to export except for sand.
The real reason why we fear anyone else gaining control of any oil-producing nations is the same reason why we invaded Iraq shortly after Saddam started making his oil-for-food sales in Euros rather than dollars. If another entity hostile to the U. S. decides to do exactly what Saddam did, the only thing which has been holding up the debt-ridden American dollar this long -- our ability to slough our debt instruments off onto the countries which purchase our imports in dollars -- will be undermined, and the American economy will soon follow in a great financial implosion of cataclysmic proportions.
Ironically, Saddam did possess weapons of American mass destruction: his knowledge of Western central banking and how to use it against the great Satanic American infidels. Bush did have a valid reason for invading Iraq, but it is one he can never share with the American people without disclosing the great, evil conspiracy known as The Feeral Reserve, the same conspiracy that his own family fortunes were built from.
Ergo, Bush is trapped by the machinations of his own ruthless globalist taskmasters and his doom (along with that of the United States) is assured.
\"...if the American people ever find out what we have done, they will chase us down the streets and lynch us.” George H. W. Bush, Sr., 1992.