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Saudi Arabia Finds out the Flip Flop Warriors of Yemen Have Ballistic Missiles that can hit Saudi Cities (Video)

by John Galt October 9, 2016 19:15 ET So much for the much vaunted Patriot missile batteries we sold the Saudis: The revenge of the Yemeni people: Ballistic missiles have begun to rain down on military bases in Taif, #Saudi. pic.twitter.com/8VkYei2bfX — Haidar Sumeri (@IraqiSecurity) October 9, 2016 And another one incoming to the Saudi military base near Taif: Saudis watching the sky light up as Yemeni ballistic missiles rain down in revenge for the 140+ martyrs. pic.twitter.com/0pMfWxBgZx — Haidar Sumeri (@IraqiSecurity) October 9, 2016 Good thing that Obama and the…


U.S. Sends 3 Warships to Coast of Yemen to Protect GCC/Saudi Navies from Flip Flop Warriors

by John Galt October 3, 2016 20:30 ET Beware the power of the shower slippers. Or beach flip-flops. Whatever it is they wear, apparently the Houthi have terrified the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to the point where they demanded U.S. Naval protection so they can bring more death to the civilians of Yemen (via FoxNews): US warships sent to area where Iran-backed rebels attacked Saudi-led coalition ship (excerpted) The U.S. Navy dispatched three warships near the southern coast of Yemen after four rockets hit and nearly…


The Flip Flop Houthi Warriors Sink UAE High Speed Cargo Ship off Yemen (Video)

by John Galt October 1, 2016 18:30 ET In the ongoing war which the West downplays, the Saudis censor, and UAE regrets being forced to fight in, the old flip-flop wearing Houthi warriors struck a blow against the Emirates by apparently sinking their Swift HSV-2 cargo ship which they had leased in 2015 to move supplies to their forces and the Saudi military in Yemen. First, some background courtesy of the SNAFU blog from August 6, 2015: HSV-2 Swift supporting Saudi operations in Yemen? via Janes. The ex-US naval logistics ship…


Saudi Aramco Blunders Again by Raising Oil Prices to Asia During a Bear Market

by John Galt June 5, 2016 10:40 ET The national oil company of Saudi Arabia, ARAMCO, announced today that they will be raising oil prices to Asian customers due to “robust demand.” In reality, this move flies into the face of reality and logic as the bounce in oil prices at this time is nothing more than a dead cat rebound in the midst of an over-supplied global bear market rout. Or did the Saudis just decide to ignore this picture and act for different reasons? Thus the story from Bloomberg…


GRAPHIC Video Shows Saudi Observation Post Wiped out INSIDE Saudi Arabia’s Najran Province

by John Galt February 12, 2016 21:45 ET The following is a graphic video of a Houthi attack on a hillside observation post inside of Saudi Arabia somewhere in the Najran Province along the Yemeni border. For those with sensitivities, this is combat with real blood and dead Saudi soldiers so if you can’t handle it, don’t watch it. The attack could have occurred anywhere along the long border region with Saudi Arabia and Yemen in this area as displayed on this map: One thing is for certain; whatever propaganda the…


Saudi Arabia to Hit Global Debt Market – Borrowing Could Equal 50% of GDP in 5 Years

by John Galt November 9, 2015 20:00 ET Whoops. The Saudis promised the world that the rapid decline in oil prices would have limited impact on their domestic economy.  Despite the public proclamations and chest thumping to reassure overseas markets and investors, in fact the Saudis have been desperate to raise cash as they have now discovered the economic reality of the difference between liquidity and actually having cash on hand. This was highlighted in none other than the website Reuters via Arabian Business on October 12th: Oil-dependent Saudi, Abu Dhabi…


Is Saudi Arabia Begging US Banksters for an Economic Bailout?

by John Galt September 7, 2015 19:00 ET The first observation is the biggest lie of them all; that the crash in oil prices has not hurt the Saudi Arabian stock market and economy. The Tadawul All Shares Index (TASI) demonstrates this fact (chart courtesy of Bloomberg): Thus this could be one of the reasons for the peculiar headline from the Financial Times this evening: Saudi Arabia’s king meets top US executives in investment drive Usually it is the other way around; US executives beg the Saudis to invest part of…


Saudi Arabia Captures 4 Shia Rebels 1 Saudi Soldier Killed in Al-Qatif (Video)

By John Galt April 5, 2015 21:45 ET Keep in mind that the video and news report below is from a propaganda bases source, PressTV via Iran: However this does confirm a report from Al-Jazeera early Monday morning of such a raid occurring (translated via Google): One Security Man Killed, one Wounded during Anti-Terror Raid in Eastern Saudi Arabia According to the Saudi Press Agency murder of a security man and left five wounded in an exchange of gunfire in the town of Awamiya in Qatif (eastern Saudi Arabia), during a…


Iran to get Nukes, Israel Angry, and Yemen being Invaded; Guess Where Obama is Going?

by John Galt March 26, 2015 19:40 ET While Michelle Obama is in Southeast Asia destroying what relationships we have with our remaining allies in that region: Cambodian prime minister criticizes Michelle Obama visit Ah well, maybe it was her dance moves. The Emperor of the United States (EATUS) decided that after this stressful week of doing nothing but finding new ways to destroy the Constitution that he needed a break. After all, selling out America’s only ally in the Middle East which just happens to be the only democracy in…


03.26 Gold and Oil Surge on Yemen Conflict

by John Galt March 26, 2015 05:00 ET Needless to say that old barbaric metal must be popular in the Middle East as an insurance policy against economic destabilization. As the news about the size and scope of the Saudi offensive into Yemen became public knowledge overnight, precious metals surged in response: Meanwhile WTI Crude is up over $2.00 per barrel as of this posting: Stay tuned as this conflict has the potential of spreading far and wide throughout the region thus ending the bear markets in these commodities and altering…


03.25 20:45 ET: Saudi Arabia & GCC Launch Military Operations in Yemen

by John Galt March 25, 2015 20:55 ET As I warned in January, the start of a conflict involving the pro-Iranian Houthis and Arab nations in the region would start within weeks of their movement towards the capitol and as warned, the conflict has now expanded to include the nations of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Cooperation Council launching attacks in Yemen this afternoon. From Al-Jazeera minutes ago: Saudi ambassador announces military operation in Yemen Saudi envoy to US says his country has begun airstrikes against Houthi rebels to defend legitimate…


ISISjobs.com

by John Galt February 18, 2015 18:00 ET Since the United States Department of State spokeswoman, Marie Harf, has unfortunately brought the “dumb blonde” stereotype back into vogue with this comment yesterday: “We’re killing a lot of them and we’re going to keep killing more of them, so are the Egyptians, so are the Jordanians they’re in this fight with us,” Harf told Matthews. “But we cannot win this war by killing them, we cannot kill our way out of this war. We need, in the longer term, medium and longer…


Obama’s US Embassy Scoreboard: Islamic Terrorists 3, United States 0

by John Galt February 11, 2015 21:00 ET Since President Obama has become Emperor of the Gods on Earth (his idea, not mine) his scorecard is horrendous with regards to holding on to US territory versus Islamist terror. After today’s fiasco in Yemen, the scoreboard is as follows: Syria – CLOSED Libya – CLOSED Yemen -CLOSED Islamofacists: 3 – Obama: 0 No wonder our fighting men despise this SOB. He’s surrendered more since he became President than the French did in World War II.


Obama’s Yemen Success: US Citizens Should Depart Yemen Immediately, You are on Your Own

by John Galt January 26, 2015 17:45 ET Classic. The United States Embassy in Yemen issued the following statement today (h/t GatewayPundit.com): Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens January 26, 2015 Due to ongoing security concerns, the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa is unable to provide routine consular services but remains open and operational and is providing emergency services. We are continuously analyzing the security conditions and will resume regular consular operations as soon as possible. The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the high security threat level in Yemen due…


With the Death of the Saudi King, a US Invasion of Yemen is only Weeks Away

by John Galt January 22, 2015 21:45 ET Just about one year ago on February 5, 2014, I warned about events on the Arabian peninsula which have now come to fruition: Obama is about to Lose Another Arab “Ally” to Radical Islamists in Yemen Within that warning, I stated the following: Once Yemen falls, there is a proverbial line in the sand challenging Saudi dominance in the area and worse, it creates a hornet’s nest of Islamist radicalism potentially obstructing commercial traffic into the Red Sea and Suez Canal with Islamic…


Is Saudi Arabia Fostering a False Flag Attack to Justify an Invasion of Iraq?

by John Galt July 7, 2014 20:50 ET Several hours ago, the following news broke across Twitter and newswires around the world: What is not unusual about this report however, is that the Saud media has censored any information about this attack as it was not reported via state organs including the Arab News newspaper. Yet the Gulf News in Dubai had no problem publishing a report today on the “attack”: Three shells land in northern Saudi town of Arar Gulf News Report Published: 22:37 July 7, 2014 Dubai: Two days…


The Middle East is Starting to Boil as US Influence Fades

  by John Galt March 23, 2014 13:10 ET The reality of a confusing if not outright policy of appeasement to popular idealism as trumpeted by the extremist left in the world is starting to hit American foreign policy where it hurts, as fighting is breaking out throughout the Middle East and spreading across North Africa (MENA region) causing the remainder of the world to choose sides to divide up the spoils of the coming conflicts. In Yemen this week, as I warned on February 5th in the article “Obama is…


Obama is about to Lose Another Arab “Ally” to Radical Islamists in Yemen

  by John Galt February 5, 2014 20:05 ET While President Obama continues his policy, lie, berate, wash, rinse, and repeat about his reign of terror on the American people, another Arab ally in the old war on terror is about to fall as Houthi Shiite rebels advance on the capitol of Yemen. From the Middle East newsite Al-Arabiya tonight: Houthi rebels advance on Yemeni capital The excerpt below should provide a vivid picture of how severe this crisis is becoming in a crucial nation to countering the advance of not…


8/31 Middle East News Update: Attack on Ship in Suez Canal Foiled

  by John Galt August  31, 2013 22:300 ET With the President of the United States demonstrating once again that he is a man of cowardice who is unwilling to follow through on his threats unless they are against unarmed U.S. citizens and the entire Middle East becoming a dangerous tinderbox waiting for the American match to set it on fire, the news from the MENA region tonight and today is somewhat depressing. The biggest story by far is the first one below via Al-Jazeera: Ship attack foiled in Suez Canal…


Islamist Winter Update#3: Stories the Mainstream Will Ignore from Central Asia and the MENA Region

By John Galt December 18, 2011 – 20:15 ET As Bahrain and Egypt are getting scant notice beyond some of the cable news outlets in the U.S., there are other regions roiling with protests and riots which will impact not just the geopolitical picture, but economic future of the West in the year ahead. Thus I thought some alerts as to what just might be coming is worthy of reporting. First from Reuters, a story today that could indicate that all of the plans of the West, especially Europe and even…


9/6 Religion of Peace has been Busy: Multiple Attacks in the MENA region

By John Galt September 6, 2011 – 09:20 ET Just read the headlines and be thankful we have people advocating their “rights” to protest and do their worst in our nation. Latest insurgent attack kills 9 in Iraq Suicide bombers kill 20 in Pakistan Eleven dead, 65 injured in Delhi blast 19 killed as militants, Yemen soldiers clash  


8/20 MENA News Update: The Region is ON FIRE

By John Galt August 20, 2011 – 07:30 ET The headlines this morning and throughout the week are stunning. Just click on any of the headlines to read the story in full. It would appear that the world’s “September Surprise” may well be an entire region engulfed in conflict. Battle rages in cities outside besieged Tripoli Egypt summons Israeli ambassador over killings Israel-Gaza attacks stoke tension with Cairo Arab League to hold meeting on Gaza on Sunday Israel says investigating Egyptian deaths Turkey strikes Kurd rebels in Iraq for third night…


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