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NBC’s Brokaw: Saudis ‘So Unhappy' With Obama They Sent Emissaries to China, Russia Seeking Enha

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posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 06:10 PM

Reporting from Baghdad, Iraq yesterday, NBC’s Tom Brokaw said the Saudi Arabian monarchy is “so unhappy with the Obama administration for the way it pushed out President Mubarak of Egypt” that it has sent senior officials to the Peoples' Republic of China and Russia to seek expanded business opportunities with those countries.

After remarking on the difficulty of establishing democracy in the Middle East, Brokaw said that Defense Secretary Robert Gates “will face some tough questions in this region about the American intentions going on now with all this new turmoil, especially in an area where the United States has such big stakes politically and economically.”

“And a lot of those questions presumably will come from King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia,” reported Brokaw on the Nightly News. “I was told on the way in here that the Saudis are so unhappy with the Obama administration for the way it pushed out President Mubarak of Egypt that it sent high level emissaries to China and Russia to tell those two countries that Saudi Arabia now is prepared to do more business with them.”

Man the hits keep coming on this current administration! I bet there looking for the door come 2012?!

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 06:15 PM
Could that include switching the oil sales base from the dollar to the yuen?

If so... wow... we're in serious trouble.

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 06:16 PM
So I guess we now know who the NEXT middle eastern country to be invaded and taken over will be.

The irony is that after ten years of war, we will finally be actually invading the country where the supposed actual "9/11 terrorists" came from.

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 06:30 PM
reply to post by BlackOps719

Ironic isnt it? to actually go after those there were allegedly ascertained as the culprit?

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 06:32 PM
this is all by design.. destablize the region... decrease the dollar value to paper.. when you have the primary debt of this country owed to china.. the t bills owed to them become worthless.. the saudis have the majority of primary cash paper money... uhh hope they can eat it when its worthless.. the majority of americans owe money.. the majority of us dont have a bank full of money.. we live paycheck to paycheck.. those that do have money have bought into commodities that retain value in a dollar fails scenario.. so they dont care that it crashes .. its just paper.. china's economy is based upon american imports above and beyond all.. so they are in a trap that they dont even see... when your the leader in the world you can make others follow even if they dont want to.. 20 years ago china was 3rd world.. and they pretty much still are based on what ive read.. a few dozen large cities.. and a billion unknowing townsfolk.. the potential market they have is the only card they hold.. when the townsfolk modernize they will revolt and overthow the goverment they have.. the saudi's have a bunch of paper... and some oil wells that are by my logical guesses are pretty close to empty.. one thing you have to realize about whats going on is everything that should be happening to save the country is not happening.. its by design...

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 06:35 PM
reply to post by dave43035

Very logical assumption. With that, what do you think the after effects would be here in the US, who cares about abroad? For all intents and purposes Im curious to your thoughts about your theory and the aftermath?

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 08:17 PM
reply to post by dave43035

china's economy is based upon american imports above and beyond all.. so they are in a trap that they dont even see...

You just told them.

Now we're all doomed!

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 08:18 PM
We are not going after Egypt so lets stop would kill us first as oil prices would skyrocket and China and Russia would not allow it let alone Obama's buddies at the United Nations.

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 08:45 PM
reply to post by Whereweheaded

honestly i think in the short term there would be hardship on those of us who live day to day.. food and stuff that you need... if youve paid any attention at all to whats going on your already preparing.. as for problems here vs. elsewhere.. rarely people here in the usa have little if any contact to people elsewhere on a regular basis.. sites like this allow insight of whats going on but its a limited scope its not day to day updates.. im dating a russian import into the us.. her background into world events and history with the middle east spans her entire life.. her mother and father were russian/ former ussr embassy folks in the middle east.. she before moving to the us for college worked for a large russian oil company.. so i consider her knowledge of whats going on in the middle east to be pretty spot on.. she spent 16 years in iran iraq yemen saudiland! uae and more sandcastle countries that i dont even recall.. anyways.. when you stop and think why would the solution to going in debt be more spending? why? why? why? because we have no intention to evvvvvvvveeerrr pay it back.. our dollar was created to be replaced in 100 years.... were at year 98.. the deck is stacked against us yes... but you know at the end of the day that there is a plan.. and to assume that it leaves everyone you or i know out and just protects a select population of the rich is foolish.. yes they have an agenda... either way.... we live in a world full of pussies.. nobody is willing to stand and fight..

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 08:49 PM
except the saudis deserve to be invaded for all there connections to 9-11 and funding islamic extremism for the past 10 years.

the worlds largest oil supply is the icing on the cake.

i dont care much for obama or the saudis if there is justice in this world both will get whats comming to them

obama defeated and exiled and the end of the bloody saudi dictatorship

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 08:52 PM
Watch this it explains everything. I know he is annoying but he is right on with his info. Its long so you may want to listen to it at night before you crash out over a few nights.

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 09:05 PM
reply to post by neo96

Thats not why we are going there. Soros and his NWO thugs will cause another uprising there, The radicals will be in control and ready to march on Israel, not worried about what we owe them because that rebellion will be a deal breaker.

We told them along time ago. We will build your oil infrastructure if you buy our Treasury Bonds and Tea Bills, we also promised that we would not pump our oil and compete with them.

So now that most of the oil is gone over there and the price of oil is high the elites cause all the dictators who originally agreed to the deal to be toppled by internal rebellions witch will dissolve the deal in their minds.

The price of gas will shoot through the roof the minute the chaos hits Saudi Arabia and its coming. The elites will then only after the U.S. economy tanks start a one world government and then pump our oil to make mega dollars.

The only two countries that did not go along with this old oil deal was Iraq and Iran. One has been conquered and the other is being left to lead the Arab masses into Israel.

This is the plan of the evil rich elite in this world and they all bow down to the devil.. The Anti-Christ is their man.

posted on Apr, 6 2011 @ 11:11 PM
I told ya so.

posted on Apr, 7 2011 @ 12:03 AM
Believe it or not Iran has the largest supply of the so called oil corridor in that region. I learned that today when on a financial investment blog. This is a MAJOR disaster. Obama really dropped the ball on Egypt. Them and the Saudi's were the only reason the entire middle east hasn't been at war with Israel for thirty years. In addition they our second largest oil supplier.

The financial districts are talking 200 dollars a barrel. That will effect everything inflation wise. PLUS the Dollars is dropping like a brick. Who is going to be able to afford 12 a gallon for gas to drive to work. You combine it all and it's a scary equation.

How did the people that voted for that clown not see this coming? He was a housing manager that was crumbling in a socialistic and corrupt city and was surrounded by criminals. The FBI wouldn't have hired him in a million years. And the Idiot sheep in this country vote him in. It's truly shameful.

posted on Apr, 8 2011 @ 09:26 AM
reply to post by Jomina

Oil based sales were going to be switched to Jap YEN... why else do think the US HARP'd them?

posted on Apr, 8 2011 @ 12:20 PM
I pity the monarch's royal advisors.

Foriegn policy is the purview of the Secretary of State Mrs Hillary Clinton. She had been far outspoken on democracy, human rights and freedom around the world, matching the very aspirations of the Saudi Arabians.

But it had been the Obama administration, that had tampered her voice when the uprisings SA occurred, as well as the SA regime's involvement in sending troops into another foriegn nation - Bahrain, to browbeat their dissenters into slavery.

It is beyond all expections that the foolish SA regime would seek out China and Russia for assistance and economic benefits when it had been the Obama administration helping them all the time whom are being ignored now.

It means USA no longer is obligated to the regime, and should the SA masses rise up, revolt, and seek for help, international nations CANNOT turn its blind eye to the slaughter happening there, and will have to bring the murderers to justice.

Imagine the SA king and his family chained and dragged along the streets to face justice for his crimes by the SA finally. A sight to behold.

As for help from his russian and china CCP govt fiends, they too, soon will have problems on their hands, massive ones.

Thus, I pity the king's advisors for their stupidity.

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