posted on Sep, 7 2013 @ 12:11 AM
By looking at all the things and how it doesn't quite make sense to get involved in that country's affairs on the surface... I can only speculate
and give my 2¢.
So... Going on what I can tell (or make a guess of.)
The ball for this actually rests in the EU's court. (Obama this, Obama that... Pfft... Even though he's fronting, I have some feeling he's not the
one actually calling the shot on this.) Has to do with long-term energy purchases. If they go with Russia, this will likely fizzle out. If they're
more interested in business with Emirates, Saudi Arabia, etc., then odds are fairly high that it's gonna go down.
U.S. doesn't need to do this for many reasons, but with that deficit and stuff we don't hear about, the old adage "money talks, B.S. walks"
probably has a lot to do with it. It depends on what the economic players behind the scenes try to pull off, and no they're not necessarily just the
countries involved. (I suppose it comes down to which speculators and market manipulators have the better connections. Money and material to drive a
conflict comes from somewhere, and to me it's very doubtful anything "grass-roots" can get it all together that fast. Sucks that a lot of people
die either way so some greedy b#'s pulling the strings can make a buck, but that's how I see it.)
Now am I awful for seeing it that way, or is there something to it?