Iran has rejected the claim by Pompeo that it was behind the attacks on Saudi oil facilities on Saturday. We pretty much know that if Pompeo claims Iran was behind the attack within minutes of the attack and with zero evidence, Iran probably wasn’t behind the attack.
Nevertheless, let’s not let the truth get in the way of selling regime change in Iran to the rest of the world.
Lindsey Graham even went as far to state that the U.S. should strike oil fields inside Iran.
Yemen’s Houthi fighters claimed responsibility for Saturday’s attacks that knocked out more than half of Saudi oil output but U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the assault was the work of Iran, a Houthi ally.
Why not take the Houthi fighter’s word that they were responsible for the attack? Would acknowledging that the Houthi fighters in Yemen were responsible for the attacks show that U.S. policy in supporting Saudi Arabia in its military attacks against Yemen is a bad move? Most people inside the U.S. don’t even know that our government is selling cluster bombs and other weapons to Saudi Arabia so that they can use against the Houthi’s fighting for their independence in Yemen. Could this be why Pompeo is so quick to try and turn the attention away from the war in Yemen and instead focus on Iran?
The drone strikes on plants in Saudi Arabia’s oil industry were expected to send oil prices up $5 to $10 per barrel on Monday as tensions rise in the Middle East.
Fearing that this may be the big false flag event by the U.S. that they’ve been waiting for, a senior Revolutionary Guards commander warned that the Islamic Republic was ready for “full-fledged” war.
“Everybody should know that all American bases and their aircraft carriers in a distance of up to 2,000 kilometers around Iran are within the range of our missiles,” the semi-official Tasnim news agency quoted commander Amirali Hajizadeh as saying.
Aramco gave no timeline for output resumption but said early on Sunday it would give a progress update in around 48 hours. A source close to the matter told Reuters the return to full oil capacity could take “weeks, not days”.
Who knew that it was so easy to shut down more than half of all oil coming out of Saudi Arabia with remote control airplanes?
Comcast, Disney, and other owners of mainstream media inside the U.S. have completely lost all credibility and social meeting sites and search engines like Twitter, Facebook, and Google, have gone down the toilet with them. It seems like an incredible story that anti-Saudi Arabia fighters took half of all Saudi oil production off-line with flying remote control drones.
Follow the money and special interest groups. Who benefits the most from the rise in the price of oil and who benefits the most in terms of building a coalition for regime change in Iran? The answer is Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the U.S. It’s reasonable to assume that one of these groups, or even all three, had a hand in this attack. Think about it. Why would Iran attack Saudi Arabia when it knows that such an attack would be suicide? Iran attacking Saudi Arabia would be as stupid as Ocasio Cortez and Ilhan Omar attacking U.S. law enforcement agencies because they want more illegals to come into America so they can get more votes. Oh wait, that’s exactly what those socialist losers did. Well Iran’s leaders are a lot smarter than Ocasio Cortez and Ilhan Omar.
It’s so interesting too that the supposed Iran attack comes after President Trump stated his desire to start a dialogue with Iran in New York this month.
Who benefits most in blocking President Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani from talking at the United Nations General Assembly in New York this month? It’s unequivocally not Iran.
Pompeo said “Amid all the calls for de-escalation, Iran has now launched an unprecedented attack on the world’s energy supply.” There’s zero proof at this time that Iran was behind the attack but there’s Pompeo already acting as investigator, judge, and jury.
Did Pompeo get his remarks cleared by the President first? Probably not. Pompeo needs to be fired. Clearly Pompeo is another John Bolton type deep state actor within the Trump Administration.
Who can forget Pompeo working with Democrats to deny a deep state even exists:
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway said that a meeting between the Presidents could still take place, but told “Fox News Sunday” that the strikes “did not help” that prospect. Of course the “attacks” didn’t, that was likely the intention.
Iran’s foreign minister Mohammed Javad Zarif said Washington and its allies were “stuck in Yemen” and that blaming Tehran “won’t end the disaster”.