MBS: War Will Destroy Saudi, Others as Well, Duff on Press TV

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  1. The power balance /structure is forever altered in the Middle East.
    For the jews, there is no light at the end of the tunnel.

  2. Harming other Nations out of a deep seated need to be pitied and cared for.
    The Freelunchausen Syndrome.

  3. We can only hope Duff is correct about an Islamic super state, as long as that state can be led be people the quality of Assad and Nasrallah, and not the usual zio-western/bankster toadies.

  4. The war machine makers of the US, Britain, France, Germany have and still do depend on the Saudis buying their products. Keeping the factories open and the jobs and the people who do these jobs alive. It is anybody’s guess how much light sweet crude they still have to pump out of the ground to fund their existence. I for one don’t believe S.A. is autonomous, it was created. In my imagination, the creators have seen the writing on the wall and the worlds pivot to the east, like maybe buying the S-400 from Russia. It is no secret that the war machine makers in Russia are a large part of their economy, jobs. The question I have is what will be the consequences to the economy of the west, and what will the west do in retaliation to losing the worlds biggest customer? Further than that, how does the world shift from a war economy to a peace economy without collapse and chaos?

  5. We must remember that the Saudis are not chess players. At best, they are tic-tac-toe players. They have no strategy and their tactics are confined to posturing. They are sitting ducks as all their infrastructure is vulnerable. Proof: their defeat at the hands of untrained Houthi rebels. Should Iran unleash hell on S. Arabia it’s game over, irrespective of the game being played.

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