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ABOUT TIME...........



Donald trump is going to block Saudi oil  ....well about  fucking time D....finally   a man   with balls .....these  fuckers  have been  holding people  hostage  for years  with their  bullshit .....

Oil  cartels have become  substantially rich   and i mean rich  withe   these  fucker  controlling  economies ....no president in America  stood  up to these cunts  ...because they  were  all  about oil ....

America  goes to war  because of oil ....that's  what  Saddam Hussein deal was  all about ...and of course no weapons of  mass destruction were  ever  found  .....but then if you  believe  the  WC  bombing  was  about   terrorism  ...then your  head in  in your  ass.....but that's  another  blog .......

Oil ....Oil .......Haiti  has  no  fucking oil ...America  does  not help them  fuckers  much  ...America  only  cares  when it  comes  to oil ......oil  dependency .....well maybe  Donald is about to teach those  middle eastern  fuckers  a lesson  ..as long as  he  does not  mess  with  belly   dancers   and middle  eastern restaurants .......

America  was  getting  lazy  .....bad presidency ....leniency  towards  influx  of people who don't  care .....married men get lazy ......because they  don't  need  to worry they are married  ....so  they get  comfortable .......some  men  work at it  ,,,,,because they want to  keep it    interesting .....when you start a  fire  ....you  to to keep it   burning .....or the wife  goes downhill .....

Now there  is a   N.K.O.T.B.....hopefully old  habits  will die hard ....or maybe  not .....but  at least we  have a  real man  heading the  ship ......America  was  being  laughed  at  a joke ....now  the  laughter's  may have to take this man seriously .......

I have always  said  America is  a  business not   a  country ....now we  have a business man  taking over instead of  a paycheck pandering refugee  sensitive lenient  pathetic man ....he is  only doing a paychecks  worth .....

Donald trump is  not  taking the  paycheck....proves he is  a  player ....don't  hate the player  ...hate the game .....






Oil markets analyst, journalist and author based in Southeast Asia 

Saudi Minister of Energy, Industrial and Mineral Resources Khalid al-Falih arrives for the opening ceremony of the Qatari and Saudi Economic Forum on November 6, 2016 in Riyadh. (Photo  FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images)
Imagine making the world’s largest oil exporter sweat it out, even before you take office. That’s exactly what Donald Trump is doing. The president-elect has said repeatedly that the U.S. needs to block all oil imports from Saudi Arabia.
During his campaign Trump vowed to secure U.S. energy independence from “our foes and the oil cartels,” while also creating “complete American energy independence.”
However, on Wednesday, Saudi Arabia’s oil minister fired back. Khalid Al-Falih, also the chairman of Aramco, said in aninterview that “at his heart President-elect Trump will see the benefits [of Saudi oil imports] and I think the oil industry will also be advising him accordingly that blocking trade in any product is not healthy.”
“The U.S. is sort of the flag-bearer for capitalism and free markets,” Al-Falih added. “The U.S. continues to be a very important part of a global industry that is interconnected, that is dealing with a fungible commodity which is crude oil. So having equalization through free trade is very healthy for oil,” he said.
The Saudi oil minister added that Saudis are waiting for Trump’s presidency, as his presidential campaign had amounted to “50,000 feet announcements” that may change.
Despite the U.S. shale oil boom, which has made it the third largest global crude oil producer, the country still relies heavily on Saudi crude imports. Saudi Arabia is the largest Middle Eastern oil supplier to the U.S. with an 11% market share and has also invested heavily in U.S. downstream assets (refineries) to help lock in that supply. Around 31% of all U.S. oil imports are from OPEC members, while Canadian oil imports have a 41% share.
Saudi Arabia for its part, has been hit particularly by the more than two-year roil in oil markets. As oil prices have tanked from $115/barrel in mid-summer 2014 and are now hovering in the mid $40s range, Saudi Arabia has run record budget deficits of $98 billion last year and $87 billion forecasted for this year. Foreign reserves are also dwindling as the central bank props up the economy.
The downturn in oil prices and lost oil revenue is also forcing Riyadh to put in place politically unpopular austerity measures, as well as raising $17.5 billion in international bond sales last month, with little end in sight until OPEC and major non-OPEC oil producers can agree on a substantive and lasting oil production cut.








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