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Saudi Arabia on the Ropes? ~ Armstrong

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Saudi Arabia on the Ropes?



There is serious trouble brewing in Saudi Arabia. They have been dumping oil increasing their output by 3.5%. However, the cash is being kept offshore. Rumors have been flight that members of the Royal family may be creating a stash just in case there is major civil unrest which forces them to flee into exile. Obama on his recent trip told the Saudis they should adopt democratic reform. Make no mistake about it. There is trouble brewing in the Middle East. There is no way Obama would have made such a statement publicly if the situation were not grave.

May – August – October are being highlighted as key periods ahead.



https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/saudi-arabia-on-the-ropes/
 

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Barry appears scared Shiiteless of his superiors The Sheiks in that photo.

So, if the House of Saud were hoarding money, I seriously doubt that it would be the FRN.

In fact, if there were any one acquisition which the banksters fear, it would be that of physical PMs and other tangible assets.

Moammar's African currency comes to mind as a parallel threat to the ethereal fiat cabal.
 

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If they turn their back on the USA the Saudis will lose their kingdom. This puppet can be replaced.
 

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Here is an idea. What if the buyers, who are asked to pay to "private" accounts, publicly announce that they are concerned that the sales might not be sanctioned by the next government, and give the account numbers that they are paying to in order to prove that they are buying in good faith. If there is no fraud, then that information is not harmful to the royal family, just maybe inconvenient.