sepheronx wrote:par far wrote:par far wrote:A very good article explaining of what is really happening.
RT: How do you see the difference in targets of the oil producing countries? What are their interests in fact?
AS: We should not think in terms of the oil countries, the oil producing countries, because the countries that produce oil have very vastly conflicting interests, take for example, Saudi Arabia, an ally of Israel, the US, and NATO. Look at Russia - the largest oil producer in the world. It has its own very different interest. Look at the US with shale oil they will be able to be self-sufficient and become exporting again. And they have a very different sort of interest.
So we have to see oil as part of the war. That is why I call it the oil battle. It is probably the first battle of this ongoing Global War I and this has nothing to do with the oil countries on the one side and the rest of the world on the other side. There are geopolitical factors way above oil which we are now seeing in this ongoing battle. In the future we’ll probably see this also with water and with food. So we have to get ready for very, very difficult times as the following months and years are coming about.
Is Russia ready for water and food war? Countries like India, China, Brazil, South Africa, Venezuela, Nigeria, Iran and the rest of the world have to start preparing for the water and food war because that will be an even bigger war than the oil war. The Zionists are evil, so be ready.
Well, seeing as how Russia started the food war by banning products from EU, and growing their own, all the while Russia being second or third largest in terms of fresh water supply, they are safe.
Wheb you said they raised the prices, how much are we talking? And so you got your raise to meet inflation? Good! Waiting for my conpany to do that (they never met inflation).
Yeah they already did