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Peace in the Middle East, What...

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by dolphin77, May 17, 2008.

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  1. dolphin77

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    If for some reason there were suddenly peace in the Middle East and all the countries like Iraq, Iran, etc were pumping oil what do you think would happen to the oil prices? They would drop. And who would this hurt? The Saudis....I wonder if that has anything to do with the fact that they support terrorist and most of the 9/11 were Saudis? WC
     
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    The only way there is going to be peace in the middle east is when it's a self lighting glass parking lot.<br>
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    Some of these animals, and I do mean animals when they blow up or hack the heads off of innocents, have been revenge killing each other going back in some cases eight centuries. There ain't gunna be peace until they are dead.
     
  3. dolphin77

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    True, but not my point. I really believe that the Saudis are the controling force in the area, mainly to control the oil supply. WC
     
  4. dbcook

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    maybe that is why georgie boy sold the saudis billions upon billions upon billions of weapons in 07. the saudis have never been in a war that i remember of. do you suppose that the weapons slipped into the saudis terrorist network? dwain
     
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    Georgie sold em huh. What arms company does he work for? Wow, billions upon billion upon billions. Thats quite a few.
     
  6. dbcook

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    georgie authorized the us to sell them. i didn,t know that you wouldn,t understand that.next time i will be a little more specific in my explanation so the simpletons can understand. & yes it was several billions of dollars worth. dwain
     
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    Georgie sold em huh. What arms company does he work for? Wow, billions upon billion upon billions. Thats quite a few.
     
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    What a stupid post! Who gives a shit about the Mideast!
     
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    "the saudis have never been in a war that i remember of."

    Just exactly what do you call Desert Storm,,,dwain???
     
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    i was under the impression desert storm was iraq & kuwait. if the saudis were involved i don,t remember that. is this correct jack? dwain
     
  11. Paladin

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    The Saudis were heavily involved in Desert Storm, militarily and strategically. The majority of coalition forces were based from Saudi Arabia. Saddam Hussein briefly had Iraqi troops in Saudi Arabia, until they were forced out.
     
  12. dbcook

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    didn,t know that.thanks jack. my mistake. dwain
     
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    I learn so much history, sociological development and political insights from this board. Its why I love it so. Jake
     
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