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Panic in the Saudi Kingdom

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In recent weeks, significant news continue to come from the most "democratic" country of the Middle East - Saudi Arabia. First, news agencies around the world reported that Saudi Arabian crown prince Naif al-Saud died in Geneva. The prince was, no less a few, 78 years old. It would seem that such an age should itself say that man is not eternal. However, the death of Naif, Crown Prince, stirred Saudi Arabia. And the excitement didn’t sweep around at all for Saudi nationals who had the “honor” not so long ago to get acquainted with the methods of suppressing any unrest using government armored vehicles. Agitated Saudi political elite, led by 87-year-old King Abdullah Al Saud. The fact is that certain hopes were communicated to Naif on the continuation of the course of the current monarch, but since the crown prince ordered to live long, it was necessary to urgently look for another prince who could change Abdullah on his throne. A long search could not wait, and a couple of days after the death of Naif Abdullah announced that henceforth Salman bin Abdulaziz was appointed the new crown prince of Saudi Arabia.

Prince Salman is King Abdullah's 76-year-old. Also, as they say, far from a boy, but because the overbearing elite of Saudi Arabia is obviously experiencing a serious crisis. The fact is that the kingdom today is trying to position itself as a state that has the power to impose a “democratic” order in the world, although there is not even the smell of the very real democracy in Saudi Arabia itself. But it’s one thing to try to solve the problems of foreign countries and quite another to try to restore order in your country, where after the funeral of Prince Naif you can expect a new beginning of Shiite unrest, which will obviously be supported by Iran.

Obviously, King Abdullah worried about the situation and hurried to issue a decree to bring the Saudi army into full combat readiness. Saudi Special Forces units expect possible mass unrest in the country, and therefore are ready to once again go to the defense of "internal democracy" when it is headed by one very large democrat.

It would seem that the introduction of the actual state of emergency should have brought the situation to a normal course, but then a number of Arab media published data that can be described as having the potential of a bomb ready to explode at any moment. According to data from the Arab news agencies, Saudi King Abdullah, after all the troubles of the last time, associated with the death of Naif and possible unrest in the country, was hospitalized and is now in a coma. There is unconfirmed information that the 87-year-old king will no longer be able to return to state affairs, because the doctors of the clinic stated that the aged monarch had stopped active brain activity. It is reported that Abdullah was urgently sent for treatment in Morocco, where he had already undergone a therapeutic course. Immediately there is information that Abdullah stayed on the territory of the country and was placed in a military hospital of the Saudi capital.

In general, the situation remains confusing, and it is completely incomprehensible at the moment whether the authorities of the kingdom are silent about the possibility of the monarch’s near (or even already accomplished) death, or whether the opposition Arab media are pouring oil on the fire that is about to break out in Saudi Arabia. . At least, there is precisely confirmed information from the attending physician, William Roger, that King Abdullah’s 1 brain in July did not respond to electromagnetic impulses. And then - complete silence from the attending physicians, and from the official authorities, which is like a real Mkhatovskaya pause, after which the action can move to the culmination phase.
For natural reasons, the situation in Riyadh in the absence of the state leader on the throne, and even if there are reports of his worst physical condition, is tense to the limit. In the royal palace, an almost open struggle began for the throne, which is far from being the youngest Crown Prince Salman and could not hold back.

In this regard, it is extremely interesting to observe the position of the West regarding the events in Saudi Arabia. After all, today this apparently totalitarian state is almost a direct ally of the United States. And, despite the fact that 4 a year ago, one of the American magazines called Abdullah a bloody dictator, the activities of this dictator were on hand to the Americans. Recently, Saudi troops have been used more than once to advance the "democratic will" of the West to North Africa and the Middle East. That is why Saudi Arabia in recent years can be called an even more active supporter of NATO policy than many of those countries that directly belong to the alliance itself. And we should not forget that Saudi Arabia is the most important world exporter of oil, a serious percentage of which goes straight to the United States. Losing a partner who is ready to share raw materials with Washington’s loyalty, and giving soldiers to perform certain operations, is simply not strategically advantageous for the United States. What is there is not profitable - like death. By the way, after all, almost 4% increase in the price of a barrel of oil on world markets, which was recorded last week, is directly related to the Saudi events.
It turns out that if the news that King Abdullah doesn’t return to power activities is confirmed, then the Americans themselves will have to take the bull by the horns and support the person who will continue to send the policies started by Abdullah Al Saud on the throne of Saudi Arabia.

However, at the same time, Shiite forces may exert their pressure, which may also be strengthened by Iran. In such a situation, it is very important whether the change of power in Saudi Arabia takes place painlessly and according to all existing traditions, or the hereditary princes themselves start a game that can lead the country to chaos. Although in this case, to be honest, the country which itself has recently wreaked havoc where it could (including in the North Caucasus), can hardly be truly sorry.
It is worth expecting that the democratic assistants from Washington will still help the Saudi princes not to fight and at the same time subdue the Shiite population, who is demanding a change. And if they do not have time to help, then the Saudi bomb will be much more impressive than all those that the world has seen in recent years.

Materials used
http://www.dinardaily.net/t22257-saudi-king-in-a-coma
http://www.bbc.co.uk/russian/rolling_news/2012/06/120618_rn_saudi_crown_prince.shtml
http://www.pravda.ru/world/asia/middleeast/03-07-2012/1120967-saud_korol-0/
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  1. Deniska999
    Deniska999 7 July 2012 09: 18
    +11
    The prince is old))) America will certainly help, how can you not allow another riot in the East, especially with an ally.
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 7 July 2012 09: 33
      +18
      Quote: Deniska999
      one more riot in the East cannot be allowed, especially with an ally.

      Just on all the American maps of the future section, in the territory of Saudi Arabia there are several states. America will sacrifice any ally in order to comply with its interests !! Libya is a recent example!
      1. 5aa1
        5aa1 7 July 2012 11: 18
        +5
        expect a new start to Shiite unrest, which obviously will be supported by Iran.

        oh, the possibility of sowing a new grain of democracy for US troops. Obviously, the Western media is preparing the population so that then they don’t have an opinion on the situation in the Gulf countries, and only know that it’s hard to say which US army is fine, just delving into someone else’s underwear. bitte.
        1. Teploteh - nick
          Teploteh - nick 7 July 2012 11: 42
          +14
          Quote: 5aa1
          which US army is beautiful, once delving into someone else’s underwear. bitte.

          And pumps other people's oil and other natural resources! am
          With the advent of the Amer, oil production in Iraq, Libya, has reached the highest historical level in the history of these countries. And it will only increase - until ALL oil to the last drop - Amera pumped.
          And then they will go home. Leaving behind a poor, bloodless and plundered country. Which will be waiting for starvation and complete extinction. am
          HERE - what is it - democracy - its true bestial grin - grinned Hyenas and Jackal. am
      2. Evgen2509
        Evgen2509 7 July 2012 13: 25
        +10
        on all American maps of the future section, in the territory of Saudi Arabia there are several states

        1. ZuluS
          ZuluS 8 July 2012 18: 50
          +3
          The idea is not bad, in general! What does not suit you? Iran is in place! Turkey will be circumcised! Only Armenia should be given access to the sea!
          1. illarion
            illarion 9 July 2012 12: 21
            +1
            Right, to the Persian Gulf.!
          2. erkenegon
            erkenegon 9 July 2012 14: 47
            -3
            here you are together with an army in the sea that feels like turkey gut
        2. Sanches
          Sanches 9 July 2012 14: 57
          0
          Evgen2509 July 7, 2012 13:25 p.m.

          why did they decide that Egypt and some Western Bank state could capture Israel ?? belay
      3. Fidain
        Fidain 7 July 2012 21: 05
        +7
        u anglechan xoroshaya pogovorka <u nas net vechnix druzai, u nas yest vechnie interesi> (na skolko pomnyu)
      4. alexng
        alexng 8 July 2012 12: 18
        +9
        Quote: APASUS
        Just on all the American maps of the future section, in the territory of Saudi Arabia there are several states. America will sacrifice any ally in order to comply with its interests !! Libya is a recent example!


        No matter how the United States itself turns into a territory with small states. Should one day be given what they deserve to these bloody "peacekeepers".
        1. Facturin
          Facturin 8 July 2012 14: 05
          +8
          Quote: alexneg
          No matter how the USA itself turns into a territory with small states

          I would like to look at such a map! drinks
        2. APASUS
          APASUS 8 July 2012 21: 58
          +2
          Quote: alexneg
          No matter how the United States itself turns into a territory with small states. Should one day be given what they deserve to these bloody "peacekeepers".

          This country is run not by people, but by money! And any dissent in this country is dissatisfaction with money, so dissent will be suppressed
          1. illarion
            illarion 9 July 2012 12: 24
            +1
            As soon as the money runs out, the most interesting thing will begin immediately: queues for the most necessary things, demonstrations, the military will go to work in civilian clothes, blacks provide "shelter" at dark nights.
          2. alexng
            alexng 9 July 2012 19: 38
            0
            Quote: APASUS
            This country is run not by people, but by money! And any dissent in this country is dissatisfaction with money, so dissent will be suppressed


            Even in the information field:
            Syrian citizens, well armed with fists, attacked opposition fighters peacefully around the corner in ambush with machine guns and machine guns and, well, small mortars. There are victims: opposition supporters received severe moral injuries, and residents escaped with light deaths ...
            Westernism is hard to overestimate.
  2. Норд
    Норд 7 July 2012 10: 25
    +9
    Yeah, Kiss would say. From the descendants of the descendants, sand is pouring. Democracy is at stake. Now you need to wait for the State Department landing in Saudi led by Madame Clinton. Will promote his henchman ...
    1. Altor86
      Altor86 7 July 2012 10: 40
      +4
      Zionist landing for Wahhabis? In my opinion there will be a bust. Although, in fact, there is one gang-watering can. laughing
  3. Kaa
    Kaa 7 July 2012 10: 31
    +6
    But interestingly, who will democratize Saudi Arabia, what will be the proposals?
    1. Ataturk
      Ataturk 7 July 2012 10: 44
      +11
      Quote: Kaa

      But interestingly, who will democratize Saudi Arabia, what will be the proposals?

      Saudi Arabia is ruled by Democrats. The best friends of the USA. Pen-do-sons made a film, a very good film. I would even say this is reality. Look and everyone will understand who and how are fraternized and why and why.

      The Americans cannot once fly into the continent and say it’s time to build a der mo-cra-tia here. HE NEEDS AN ALLY.

      The Middle East one of the first allies became the Saudis. Then Israel, then Dubai, Qatar, Iran, AFTER THE EXCHANGE OF THE SHAH OF IRAN, they hid in Iraq, and made Saddam a loser. And then they sold Saddam. Kuwait is a new ally, then Jordan. All. The problem is solved. There remained Syria and Iran, and we can say the Arabian Peninsula in the hands of the pen-do-owls.

      here is the movie. look it up. Educational film

      1. Kaa
        Kaa 7 July 2012 13: 02
        +3
        Maybe China will help? Why are they building aircraft carriers for some reason? winked
      2. Lord of the Sith
        Lord of the Sith 7 July 2012 13: 52
        +2
        The film was watched twice, a great film.
      3. smile
        smile 7 July 2012 16: 25
        +2
        Ataturk
        Hello! A great comment, the filmets is the one ... the trailer looked ....
        And the word "skiryukhovali" - remember, liked it! :))))))))
        By the way, the Iranians and Syrians will be mugs if they do not take advantage of the situation and set fire to the situation there with the help of their agents, having discouraged Riyadh from hunting off into other people's affairs.
        1. Konstantm
          Konstantm 8 July 2012 08: 47
          +3
          And our GRU just has to carry out its work.
      4. PSih2097
        PSih2097 8 July 2012 03: 55
        +3
        No need to go far:
        Spec Ops: The Line
        Spec Ops: The Line by genre is a lively third-person shooter with a shelter system, distribution of orders to team-mates and rushing from one box to another. The narrative is given to the captain of the American Army Martin Walker, who is sent to the once luxurious city of Dubai. It ceased to be luxurious because of the powerful sandstorms that made it simply unsuitable for life. Because of which, all residents of the city were quickly evacuated. From now on, Dubai has become a home for looters and bandits.

        Plus, somewhere in its vicinity is disgraced Colonel John Conrad, founder of the Delta special squad. During the evacuation of people, for some reason, he did not obey the command of the command and, instead of returning to America, remained in Dubai. Since then, not a single radiogram has come from him ... And then suddenly a weak signal comes from the Konrad detachment. Army officials immediately send a warrior detachment to find out what happened to such an exemplary commander as Konrad.

    2. illarion
      illarion 9 July 2012 12: 25
      +1
      Naturally, the United States. Their troops are in the SA, there is an agreement
  4. Magadan
    Magadan 7 July 2012 10: 42
    +3
    The Saudis, from their very foundation, belong to the Anglo-Saxons with giblets. No fig there will be no revolution.
    1. SlavaP
      SlavaP 7 July 2012 21: 51
      +2
      Well, it is unknown who owns whom ... ~ 10% of all American assets (officially) belong to just the Saudis
  5. buga1979
    buga1979 7 July 2012 10: 45
    +1
    Kaa, So there is another super democracy left Qatar called maybe they will help))
    1. throst
      throst 7 July 2012 11: 37
      +5
      Qatar is he, he will help everyone. who would later help Qatar.)))
      1. Ataturk
        Ataturk 7 July 2012 11: 49
        +3
        Quote: throst
        who would later help Qatar.)))

        before they had oil, they were engaged in pearls and fishing. DO NOT NEED help from outside. And now they help everyone if you are not in the know. One of the largest airlines in the world belongs to them. Gatar Airline. There the fleet counts. God knows how many planes. They live far from bad. Oil brings them billions.
        1. throst
          throst 7 July 2012 12: 26
          +10
          immensely happy for them. extremely. only in Qatar, mostly guest workers work in the oil field, while indigenous Qatar people, suffering from obesity, "work" as managers, design engineers and other representatives of the creative class. how Qatar helps everyone - this is also perfectly illustrated by the example of the same Libya, and now Syria. I dare to remind you that the most "truthful" reports about the assault on Tripoli were filmed by the Qatari Aljazira, and about a third of those storming the city from the sea were hired by the Qatari monarchy. and after all, the Qataris have settled well in Benghazi in the oil fields.
          now in Syria, terrorists from eastern Libya, the SA and other countries of the victorious democracy, under the guise of peaceful protesters and the "objective" cover of the aljazirs, are slaughtering the civilian population at the same rate as in Libya. only Assad turned out to be stronger. although it is clear that he will not resist, most likely. but keeps himself surprisingly well done.
          So, taking into account the volume and direction of Qatar's assistance to its distant neighbors, I strongly doubt that someone will help Qatar when the neighbors get to it. Despite the decent size, the base of the main democratizers, the largest fleet of civilian aircraft, the largest tanker fleet and the richest traditions of fishing and pearl mining.
          1. Ataturk
            Ataturk 7 July 2012 13: 12
            +4
            Quote: throst
            Qatar mainly works in the oil field migrant workers

            Dubai, Qatar, Bahrain and others, mainly gastroealers. They are all millionaires. They hire workers.

            Quote: throst
            now in Syria terrorists from eastern Libya

            they are freaks.

            Quote: throst
            only Assad turned out to be stronger. although it is clear that he will not stand, most likely.

            Alas, yes, but we hope that it works.

            I once wrote here that there is a religious war. I don’t know whether you read it or not. I have often seen such photographs both in Libya and Iraq, and now in Syria.

            THIS IS FOOD FOR MIND



            This suggests where they find traitors to their people !!! Among mine !!!
            Although many will probably be offended by my post .... but I say they are the same Christians as a Buddhist from me.

            The terrorists have no religion, no homeland, no flag. TFU ON THEM.
            1. throst
              throst 7 July 2012 14: 11
              +5
              I’m not arguing that terrorists have no homeland. I tell you that for helping others from those around, Qatar will be billed, which he simply can not pay.
              from the photo - somehow I doubt that that Arab in the photo is a representative of Christianity. on the other hand, the fact that a person is a representative of Christianity does not automatically make him a lamb of God. in the end, the Christian soldiers of the Wehrmacht, NATO and the United States quite allow themselves things that simply do not fit into Christian morality. and Orthodox Georgians, too, were noted in the Caucasus.

              and more from the photo
              http://topwar.ru/16100-siriya-reportazhi-krivdy.html

              here at this link.
              why lie, Atartyuk?
            2. 11Goor11
              11Goor11 7 July 2012 20: 03
              +9
              Ataturk
              they are Christians like a Buddhist from me.

              This funny little man, in the photo, has just robbed a Christian temple.
              This is one of the "liberators" of the Syrian people from property, and often from life.
            3. Artsakh
              Artsakh 8 July 2012 11: 11
              +1
              Omar, you in your repertoire:
              I have often seen such photographs in Libya and Iraq, and now in Syria.

              Your lies expose throst.
              Let me ask you a question - why are you "pathologically" lying?
              You are "nonsense" !!!!
            4. Yoshkin Kot
              Yoshkin Kot 9 July 2012 08: 17
              +1
              vile provocation, a Christian priest has no right to hold weapons and kill in his hands, staged photo
    2. Kaa
      Kaa 7 July 2012 13: 06
      +6
      Since childhood, I like the name Qatar. In medicine, Qatar is inflammation. Qatar throat - SARS, influenza, catarrh of the urethra, sorry, - gonorrhea, and this is Qatar why? what
      1. smile
        smile 7 July 2012 16: 30
        +6
        Kaa
        And this, colleague, is a catarrh of the stomach! Although the catarrh of the rectum would be more suitable ... I do not know if there is such, but if there is, then it is in Qatar! :))))))))
  6. neri73-r
    neri73-r 7 July 2012 10: 45
    +9
    Land to the whole king's family rest in peace !!!!!!!
    1. smile
      smile 7 July 2012 16: 31
      +7
      neri73-r
      And the sky - with nails! :))))))))
      1. Facturin
        Facturin 8 July 2012 14: 11
        +9
        The situation in Saudi Arabia is reminiscent of the race on the carriages of the post-Brezhnev period! Somehow all together gathered up to the forefathers!
  7. Skiff
    Skiff 7 July 2012 10: 54
    +3
    "In this regard, it is extremely interesting to observe the position of the West regarding the events in Saudi Arabia. After all, today this is obviously a totalitarian state is practically a direct ally of the United States. And, despite the fact that 4 years ago, one of the American magazines called Abdullah a bloody dictator"
    Rzhunemogu, what journalist, what prince, what throne?
    I am the captain of the evidence in this given, and they are just sick. Yes, they have a lot of oil, they have a lot of ambition, but they have little knowledge to realize that they are poor in their attempts to become great.
  8. matex
    matex 7 July 2012 10: 57
    +6
    Hmm ... one I apologize for the expression the old man replaced the other old man, but they do not need to think about chaos and "democracy" but about matters beyond the grave.
  9. VEKT
    VEKT 7 July 2012 11: 08
    +16
    It’s about time for us to connect, so to speak, Alaverdi for the Caucasus and for Afghanistan. How much Russian blood was spilled for their money. So let them burn.
    1. Follow us
      Follow us 7 July 2012 11: 48
      +5
      I subscribe to your every word.
  10. Docker76
    Docker76 7 July 2012 11: 26
    +4
    ... a scorpion, himself - stings .... laughing
  11. The centurion
    The centurion 7 July 2012 11: 39
    +5
    That's where the fire can be fanned, there are more than a thousand princes, and almost everyone, theoretically, can claim the throne.
  12. throst
    throst 7 July 2012 11: 47
    +7
    what a young and prosperous monarchy with half-dead at the helm. there are also about 11 thousand princes, was it really impossible to choose someone younger? albeit from a side branch of some kind of thread, like bin Ladenov)) they would be happy. By the way, are ordinary Americans generally aware that the beacon of democracy in the Middle East is a real monarchy, mired in religious obscurantism, in which even weather forecasters can be executed by a Sharia court verdict "for predictions and witchcraft"?
  13. 3 points from Ilyich
    3 points from Ilyich 7 July 2012 12: 06
    +1
    That they will not burn, this is not included in the plans of the "democrats", someone is revolting and will be forgotten tomorrow. One died, the other will come, and there is absolutely no difference. Masks change, but the face remains
    1. throst
      throst 7 July 2012 12: 13
      +4
      depending on how they rebel. it was they in Bahrain by common efforts that they were able to take over the Shiites. well, as if Iran did not stint and make a fuss not only in Bahrain, which is now reinforced by Wahhabi formations from all over Arabia, but, say, in Qatar, where the Shiites are again the majority, the UAE, where they are again dofiga, and in KSA also decently in places. then they will have to harness themselves, which will negatively affect their already dubious ability to fight the Persians. otherwise it will be a completely different scenario.
  14. Castor oil
    Castor oil 7 July 2012 12: 16
    +5
    Quiet guys, don't jinx it ... winked Oh! She, this Fucking Arabia, would have to be pushed competently, so that it would fall apart guaranteed. wassat
  15. sichevik
    sichevik 7 July 2012 12: 40
    +5
    What goes around comes around. The Saudis have sown the winds in the east, and will reap a storm ...
    It is necessary to support Shiites in their endeavors.
    1. smile
      smile 7 July 2012 16: 34
      +2
      sichevik
      Yes, they blew the winds notably ... in the whole region, if not the world ... I hope now they’ll break their ass! :)))))))))
    2. sergo0000
      sergo0000 7 July 2012 17: 43
      +1
      sichevik,
      I welcome Vladislav! The Shiites will support Iran, and it would be nice for us to support Iran itself with the S-300 complexes! He also supports Syria.
      Russia is now fully capable of changing this whole Middle East alignment.
      Terrorists need to be destroyed. And such countries as Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, the United Arab Emirates may well be reckoned as accomplices of the territories, or even worse, consider them as terrorist states led by the USA!
  16. Castor oil
    Castor oil 7 July 2012 12: 42
    +4
    ABOUT! Someone quietly minus us laughing
    Come on Saud, go on, gee-gee ... tongue
    1. throst
      throst 7 July 2012 12: 57
      +1
      hi minus)) I personally do not care laughing from the first kament)))))
  17. CHICHIMAH
    CHICHIMAH 7 July 2012 13: 13
    +1
    for Iran, it’s a chance to strengthen its influence and weaken American control in this region
  18. Alx1miK
    Alx1miK 7 July 2012 13: 33
    +2
    One youth was replaced by another youth. With one foot in the grave and all the same, what kind of people.
  19. antiaircrafter
    antiaircrafter 7 July 2012 15: 49
    +3
    Shouldn't we start raising funds for the revolution?
    1. Imperialist
      Imperialist 7 July 2012 17: 05
      +1
      Saudi Arabia and Qatar are ideally suited for practicing orange technology.

      Dumb snickering population, monarchist absolutism, lack of basic rights .....
  20. Imperialist
    Imperialist 7 July 2012 16: 58
    +1
    The Saudis are sitting on the same oil, but the oil is not endless; there are calculations that in 10 years they simply will not have oil for export, maybe they will even have to import, it just asks for what money?

    And the population is growing rapidly and oil consumption is also high, Russia with a 150 mil population spends 2,5 mil barrels per day and the Saudis with 30 mil spend 2,6 mil barrels both produce 10 mil barrels per day.

    For this reason, the United States cannot do with Russia what they did with the USSR in the 80s; there is a desire; well, there are no opportunities. The Saudis exhausted their reserves; they would have to maintain their production level.

    Therefore, now the Suadists are fighting not for life but for death.

    If in the coming years they do not expand and capture additional sources of hydrocarbons, their state and people will simply die of hunger and thirst.

    And then there is Iran near by whose territory it is not a desert but a territory rich in water, where it is one of the youngest populations in the world, a country that in the near future will go beyond 100 mil of the population, a state that poorly poorly tries to industrialize, and which is already for ideological reasons enemy Suadovtsy who also has their own hydrocarbons that does not need so much to import food.

    If the Saudis in the near future do not ditch Iran, then later it will ditch them.

    Therefore, now from the side of the Saudis and their whims such fuss reigns around Iran and Syria
  21. Charon
    Charon 7 July 2012 17: 19
    +3
    I am not very well versed in Saudi customs.
    The king is 87 years old, crown prince 76. Is there not a hereditary monarchy?
    1. hrych
      hrych 7 July 2012 21: 59
      +5
      The throne is succeeded by the next brother.
  22. Ataturk
    Ataturk 7 July 2012 17: 19
    -3
    Quote: Imperialist
    The Saudis are sitting on the same oil, but the oil is not infinite; there are calculations that in 10 years they simply will not have oil for export

    :)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) Are you kidding? They have more oil than ours.
    and they’ll run out of oil no sooner than 50 years later. MINIMUM!

    Quote: Imperialist
    Russia with 150 mil population spends 2,5 mil barrels per day

    They would also spend more if the standard of living were the same as in Saudi Arabia. And the population would increase in Russia, if not for the standard of living. How do people feed themselves and support their families when salaries are ridiculous, meager pensions ????

    Quote: Imperialist
    Therefore, the United States can not crank with Russia what they did with the USSR

    If earlier they were looking for a traitor in the person of Gorbachev, now they are looking for presidents who will not love Russia. What they do very well.

    Quote: Imperialist
    The Saudis exhausted their reserves to them would support their level of production.

    Therefore, now the Suadists are fighting not for life but for death.

    Open Google and write in the search or in Yandex, the oil supply of Saudi Arabia and Russia.

    In short, you are not in the subject dear.
    1. Imperialist
      Imperialist 7 July 2012 17: 55
      +11
      I am absolutely in the subject. That you are not in the subject.


      They have been pumping oil from the same oil fields for 60 years now, and they are drawing their own reserves which they want more precisely, what the American owners will tell them so that the prices on the exchanges do not fly up.

      Saudi Arabia is not Russia, there all the deposits are explored and located in a small territory, in Russia there are many oil provinces and there are territories that simply are not developed and they are not protected in the general balance, for example, eastern Siberia and the shelf.

      Moreover, the estimate of the volume of oil and gas reserves in Russia is classified.

      But the Saudis now have little water and there will be even less and oil is running out.

      The standard of living in Saudi Arabia is not much higher than in Russia it is not necessary to confuse Saudi Arabia with the United Arab Emirates or Qatar, and salaries and pensions in Russia are not at all ridiculous, especially when compared with colleagues in the CIS or Eastern Europe, hydrocarbons are simply wasted more in CA, they have no nuclear power plants, no hydropower, no coal-fired power plants; they burn oil.

      Why, after all, it is necessary to refuel air conditioners at bus stops and sea water should also be cleaned from salt.

      If earlier they were looking for a traitor in the person of Gorbachev, now they are looking for presidents who will not love Russia. What they do very well.

      Well, yes, they set Gorbachev of course, but they also need high oil prices. Yes, you are clearly a person in the subject and you know how to look into people who love and who do not like Russia.
      1. fatanee
        fatanee 8 July 2012 14: 24
        +4
        Imperialist,
        in general, in my opinion, a very big bubble is being inflated about oil. Back in Soviet times, in the 60s, if my memory serves me, a theory was put forward about the abiogenic origin of oil, which implies the restoration of places of origin after a period of so-called "hibernation". There was more than one case when an oil field in the USSR was allowed to "lie down" for 10 years, and then they started pumping oil from there again. smile

      2. Northerner
        Northerner 9 July 2012 14: 43
        +1
        This is 100% true hydrocarbon deposits in Russia, I do not know by hearsay about the re-conservation of previously explored reserves! That's just the infrastructure in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, next to the remaining gigantic deposits, it’s a taiga and a swamp through which you can only ride through the winter road in winter! Although the time will come and the Russian people will lead trails there and establish an infrastructure and give new jobs to Russia, and again the strings of shift workers from all over the CIS will reach for a long ruble!
    2. throst
      throst 7 July 2012 20: 45
      +7
      imperialist pretty much in the subject. Saudi fields are first locally located, secondly they are over 50 years old, and thirdly, production has declined more than once. they have to intensify production from the fields by pumping process fluid. this, by the way, reduces the profitability of the well. and secondly, it reduces the well life.
      at the same time, Russia has access to several scattered across a large territory and belonging to different layers. plus new ones are opening. so the SA will soon be left with an empty desert.
      1. hrych
        hrych 7 July 2012 21: 53
        +6
        So a new round of the "Arab spring" has become logical.
        1. throst
          throst 7 July 2012 22: 25
          +5
          the funny thing is that until 2001, CA deposits were in concession and under external management. and in the beginning / middle of 2001 they were transferred to the Saudis proper with an estimate of the balances. and about 3 months later, on September 11th. Personally, I was very fucked up by such a coincidence.

          and yes, they take the concession deposits in Libya. Syria is needed only as a territory for transportation.
    3. erkenegon
      erkenegon 9 July 2012 14: 54
      -3
      Bravo! Comment on a commendable brother, although I do not always agree with you.
  23. Yemelya
    Yemelya 7 July 2012 20: 50
    +1
    What modern medicine has brought royal blood! To die a 78-year-old prince is how to die, sorry, a 78-year-old virgin.

    Prince Charles is probably going away from such news laughing .
  24. hrych
    hrych 7 July 2012 21: 07
    +3
    Oh-oh-oh, until the king dies and shouts: "Long live the king!" there will be no big war in the Middle East, the main sponsor is dying, I wish Assad to finish off the weakening saboteurs. Qatar is a Saudi mongrel, it doesn't decide anything. I'm afraid that events with a downed phantom, an excellent reason for an attack, will disappear in the tuna. Bashaaar hold on!
  25. with
    with 8 July 2012 00: 42
    +1
    In such a situation, it is very important whether the change of power in Saudi Arabia occurs painlessly and in accordance with all existing traditions, or whether the Crown Princes themselves start a game that can lead the country to chaos. Although, in this case, to be honest, a country that itself has recently wreaked havoc wherever it could (including in the North Caucasus) can hardly be sincerely sorry.


    Not at all sorry !!!
    1. petrakov vowa
      petrakov vowa 8 July 2012 10: 36
      +2
      And indeed! Russian folk sayings contain many wisdom, the current situation in Saudi Arabia is "For what we fought for, we ran into it".
      And the change of leader never painlessly passed - they didn’t have a tandem)!
  26. gleb49
    gleb49 8 July 2012 09: 45
    +3
    The FSB, of course, is not the KGB, but still it may work.
  27. ward
    ward 8 July 2012 13: 28
    +3
    On some specialized sites, people began to recruit people for those places ... the conditions are just a fairy tale ... oh, a bit old ... a bit old ...
  28. Shaman fish
    Shaman fish 8 July 2012 18: 16
    +3
    ward,
    Do you have website addresses?
    The probability, of course, is small, but I really hope for a mess!
    1. ward
      ward 8 July 2012 20: 55
      0
      Concerning the sites ... Hanged by say gardening ... gardeners are required, etc. and the mess seems to be ... already, security companies are pulling up ... but they don’t roll against geese ... plus ..
  29. Vadim
    Vadim 8 July 2012 18: 47
    +2
    The Saudi princess asked for political asylum in England, so there is not everything in order with democracy, is it time to sharpen the "tomahawks" and start peaceful bombing?
  30. Dmitry.V
    Dmitry.V 8 July 2012 22: 07
    +1
    Even US loyalty will end in death at their hands, maybe EU countries will have an example.