October 16, 2019

North: “Saudi First Strike at Tehran”

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[Oliver]NORTH: “So here is the frightening part of it. The Saudis clearly feel threatened by what’s happening in Iran. In fact, the big losers with Yemen going upside down in the hands of Iran is all the shipments that go through the Suez canal go right through the Coast of Aden, right? And so, you can’t have that area if you are Saudi or an Emirate or an Egyptian. You cannot have that controlled by Iran.

“What we are looking at is the likelihood I think it’s very strong — excuse me, Senator Graham on just a little while ago, I think you are looking at the very strong likelihood of a Saudi first strike at Tehran. I’m saying that because the meeting that took place 10, 12 days ago now in Riyadh. King Salmod calls a (inaudible) out of Egypt, (inaudible) out of Turkey. He invites Abdullah, but he has got his hands full in Jordan. He couldn’t make it. The two guys run the emirates, UAE, and Sharif of Pakistan. Now, why would they do that? Because they are getting ready to go to war against the Shiites, and what we are looking at is having absolutely zero influence on it.

“The frightening prospect is if you think the market went back in 2008, as soon as anyone cracks off a nuke, the market is going to drop like a stone and it’s going to take us a decade to recover from it. And all because this administration cannot figure out what they want to do. This talk — what they really are trying to receive is Kissingerial Nixon (inaudible) like they did in China. The difference is China wanted to survive the experience. These people in Tehran don’t care about that.”<<<Read More>>>

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