After realizing that the US Congress’s move to allow the filing of charges against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for its supposed role in the “terrorist” attack on New York in 2001 could be Washington DC’s way of putting the House of Saud on notice — that it, too, is not exempt from its two-faced foreign policy, and could be a future target for a regime change once it ceases to be a willing subject to systematic extortion, like what’s being done with Japan for decades right after the Second World War, the House of Saud continues to engage Russia for a possible common ground. Continue reading
There’s an ongoing daylight genocide in Yemen by the House of Saud using Western supplied arms and ammunitions, which the mainstream media tried to ignore until now. Continue reading
Saudi Arabia is projected to go bankrupt in 2020 and is now scrambling for ways to prop up its economy after its offer to collaborate with Russia has been rejected by Putin in the middle of this year.
The House of Saud now finds itself in times of extreme trouble. Their risky oil price war may eventually backfire. The succession of King Abdullah may turn into a bloodbath. And the American protector may be musing a change of heart.
Everybody with sovereign wealth substantial enough to dictate the global economic direction are making their voices heard, and their action felt.
China and Russia spearheading the establishment of a World Bank of Hard Currencies, e.g. gold, is now being joined by Saudi Arabia which might replicate what Iran has been currently doing in the energy market.
All these moves will have one sure casualty — USDollar.
But what’s in it for us?