You see now that I question the whole reality of nuclear power, one must ask what elements of the Saudi Arabia/House of Saud stories are true. We must “drill down” right to the most basic of basic questions: is there unlimited oil under all those palaces?
I am quite sure the Anglo-American empire creates front men for everything. Be it the “evil Jew” to control Hollywool and banking, be it “scary Muslim terrorists” to keep us on edge, be it “Saudi Kings” controlling oil prices. The old money of Europe is no doubt in my mind behind all these facades, whose players of course go along with the game quite willingly to get paid.
Do we even know the true nature of oil? We are told it’s running out, then we’re awash in it. This sounds more like a dialectic then the forces of the market. I believe its unlimited and replenishing, which would blow the whole price cartel fixing model away.
Oil is more likely a resource that is strictly controlled and rationed like bread was by ancient controllers. It controls the whole economy, due to its pervasiveness in consumables.
Our controllers have built a story around it. Perhaps nuclear was a backup story that was based on total imagination, where oil is based on a real substance that really is useful, but its distribution must be strictly controlled to keep power over the masses.
It seems oil has controlled the herd for the past 100 years, and will continue to control our activity for another 100 as well.
The kingdom’s current approach has been to spurn calls for output cuts in response to lower prices.
Most analysts expect continuity under the new leader King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud.
Nonetheless, there was a minor spike in the oil price in international markets in the aftermath of the news from Riyad