Bibi Goes Berzerk: Israel makes final warning to Iran

Wrong strait, Iran owns Hormuz but Bibi doesn't want to talk about that

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made an alarming warning to Iran. According to the Israeli prime minister, if Iran blocks the strait – the only way out of the Red Sea, a war will begin.

According to Netanyahu, the international coalition led by the Israeli army will declare war on Iran should the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait be blocked.

The Bab-el-Mandeb is a strait located between Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula, and Djibouti and Eritrea in the Horn of Africa. The Bab-el-Mandeb acts as a strategic link between the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea via the Red Sea and the Suez Canal. In 2006, an estimated 3.3 million barrels (520,000 m3) of oil passed through the strait per day, out of a world total of about 43 million barrels per day (6,800,000 m3/d) moved by tankers.


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  1. o estado americano do norte, a muito vem perdendo gordura econômica, face seu déficit continuado e, os únicos meios que entendem possíveis para recuperação: ameaças, sanções econômicas e guerra contra parceiros ou não, para levar a crise financeira para outros lugares.
    de outro lado, os EUA, são os maiores produtores de petróleo depois da Russia, mais não possuem refinaria no seu território adequadas ao refino do xisto e, por isso impõe aos europeus e aos chineses que compre seu petróleo, mais caro do que o tradicionais fornecedores, criando-se o atual impasse internacional.
    ao mesmo tempo verifica-se que, a Pérsia tranquilamente, pode produzir o mínimo de 500 milhões de barris iranianos, o que diminuiria bastante o preço do barril no mercado, tornando-se impraticável a comercialização do petróleo de xisto retromencionado.
    acontece no caso que, Arabia Saudita não possui no momento produção de petróleo para substituir o fornecimento iraniano, no mercado, o que com isso só causa aumento do preço do barril petrolífero.
    assim mesmo a Pérsia (4ªreserva) poderá juntar-se a Venezuela (1ªreserva), impedida de vender sua produção no mercado.
    quanto o alto preço dos combustíveis petrolíferos nos EUA, entendo que na verdade só servem para ajudar sustentar as despesas do mercado interno.
    por fim, espera-se que na Pérsia seja território respeitado, para que seja evitada outra guerra e mortes de pessoas inocente.
    edu

  2. MOAB – Some of us will not fly on an airline except out of dire necessity until the TSA is disbanded, and its goons put to work picking up garbage.

  3. There goes the nut-bag again. Making statements that Israel can’t back up. Using the MSM tactic of creating a situation that does not exist to enable a threat. Maybe he should tell his scrotum licking buds next door not to make a war zone of the strait. Maybe Israel should get out of the KSA war on Yemen. Maybe he should just off himself and save Israel from destruction. Nah, none of that! They’ll just do the same ‘ole, same ‘ole…double-down.

  4. The solution here is to build a six lane tidal bridge from Oman to Iran, generating 40,000 MW of low cost sustainable tidal power and provide vital security calming infrastructure for the region.

    The Gulf region is the cradle of civilization, rich sophisticated cultures with mature conflict resolution history, leaving many contributions to greater humanity. The people in this region have a history of getting along and solving their own problems. Outside interventions today do not permit them to do this. The priceless archaeological treasures that have been looted and lost in the conflict are an immeasurable loss.

    The tidal bridge vision has been a long time in consideration, first proposed in the OPEC 2000 report from Dr. Hazel Henderson from the future conference in Caracas Venezuela. The tidal bridge would provide regional control over who gets access to the inner gulf, and if you do not have any legitimate constructive business there then keep out.

    Uncultured intervention superimposing their interests over the local wisdom. A sustainable alternative solution with cessation of hostilities. Sounds like a step forward after 50 years of deceit and killing.

    US Patent Office whistleblower Dr. Tom Valone revealed some 5135 denied energy patents. The world has been denied a century of energy innovation and the BRICS can make hay with these stranded technologies. A great contribution to humanity and make huge returns for their investors.

  5. the shithead talks like a fool nonstop and never shuts up and loves to rave on and on further and further into sheer madness and stupid ideas

  6. War might have benefits to the world:
    The screw balls in Israel might lose and lose badly. In other words they might get leveled like Nagasaki and Hiroshima did in Japan during WWII.
    Don’t they rightly deserve this fate for all their hate of humanity and the world? Blame God for it. Isn’t it written in the Old Testament which they read every day and have been brainwashed by every day? They did 9/11/01 but falsely sought to blame innocent Muslims. Yet the have the chutzpah to criticize others for religious discrimination against them. He need to return to school and learn what the word hypocrisy means in all languages.

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