WHO REALLY BENEFITS FROM ATTACKING TWO OIL TANKERS IN THE MIDDLE EAST? IT’S NOT IRAN
So this is really NOT good news. If you haven’t heard already, someone attacked two oil tankers headed for delivery in Japan. Torpedoes means state actors. That means a country has engaged in official high seas terrorism, right now. Immediately, US military officials asserted that Iran or people under its influence carried out the attacks. But that makes absolutely no sense, whatsoever. Why would Iran attack oil tankers bound for Japan while the Japanese prime minister is in Iran? They wouldn’t. Why would Iran do anything to antagonize the international public when the US, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Russia (and others) all want to marginalize the country and give them an excuse to go to war and steal their oil? Again, they wouldn’t. So who benefits from this attack in the Middle East? It’s not Iran.
OIL PRICES TO RISE, WILL REMAIN SO THRU AMERICAN ELECTION NEXT YEAR
So how does the US military make an assessment, pretty much instantly, that Iran carried out attacks against a potential oil customer while they’re visiting? This sounds a lot like centrifuge tubes and a clear and present danger from Iraq. Except there weren’t and there wasn’t. So again, who benefits from this attack? Well, I listed off the biggest names above: the United States, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Russia. Regardless, this is a big win for EVERY SINGLE OTHER OIL PRODUCER in the world. But why? We’re all about to pay a lot more for gas. Actually, we’re gonna pay a lot more for gas here in the US all the way thru the election next year. You know, all the way in November.
JOHN BOLTON’S WET DREAM ON THE VERGE OF BECOMING REALITY
So this is major bad news. There is pretty much no way Iran would do this. Iran wants to end it’s isolation from the world market, especially the oil market. They want normal relations with the rest of the world. They want tourism dollars from everyone. The last thing they’re going to do is give the United States and the rest of the greedy list an excuse to start a military action and steal or destroy their oil reserves. But someone did attack these ships with submarines. So who benefits? Pay attention, we did this in Iraq already. We don’t need another war in the Middle East.