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DR WILLIAM MOUNT: OIL PIPELINE KEY TO PEACE IN MIDDLE EAST?

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

OIL PIPELINE KEY TO PEACE IN MIDDLE EAST?

US OIL PIPELINE KEY TO MIDDLE EAST PEACE???

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Are the current us oil pipelines the key to peace in the Middle East?

Could it be that if the United States begins flooding the world with oil at $9 a barrel – less that half to a third of the price of middle eastern oil – it could dry us the revenue for the Middle East???

No money, no weapons, no weapons, no war???

Most of the revenue to buy weapons all across the Middle East is coming from Oil Revenues – they have almost no other revenue, right?

So if you sold weapons – and you knew the Keystone Oil Pipeline would end your Weapons Sales – would you not block the Pipeline?

When Hillary lost the election George Soros held a meeting at the Mandarin Hotel in DC and gave away hundreds of millions of dollars to organizations that are trying to disrupt the US Economy thorough riots, protests, etc. We did a story on this. George then immediately flew home and – we believe – promptly died.

Immediately afterwards the organizers of the Oil Pipeline Protest in North Dakota were given $5 Million to run a camp of now more than  7,000 protesters who are blocking roads and making an overall mess.

The Corp of Engineers was planning to run the last 1,174 feet of the pipeline through a Souix Burial Ground and under a reservoir – what a bunch of Idiots. Then they told protesters to get of the Federal Land or they would arrest them 5 December – then did not arrest them.

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Protesters Win: US Army Corps Denies Route for Dakota Pipeline — Veterans Today

The US Army Corps of Engineers decided to deny the route for the Dakota Access pipeline that passes through Native American lands in North Dakota, handing a major victory to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe after months of protests that gained national and international solidarity.

via Protesters Win: US Army Corps Denies Route for Dakota Pipeline — Veterans Today