To point the finger at Iran is a no-brainer. But how is it that Russia has the aerial footage?
This is the same week that Bolton is booted out of the White House as foreign advisor. Seems like many players here.
Iran is usually really good at taking the bow for a job they did. They are not claiming this one. The Houthies are not really Shia or Sunnies. They are opportunists though.
The stock price will go up by $8 – $12 per barrel. Now, THAT is interesting, since it would be in the pocket book interest of the Globalists in US, Russia and Turkey (since they control a vast area of transport) as well as others who would have little angst about the price going up.
There’s one other thing to consider Russia, Turkey and Iran meeting,
Syria’s Idlib to take center stage in Turkey, Russia, Iran talks
The leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran are to meet again to strike a deal over the last rebel-held enclave in Syria. DW provides an overview of the catastrophic situation in Idlib.
The presidents of Turkey, Iran and Russia are meeting in Ankara on Monday to discuss Syria and the last rebel enclave in Idlib amid Turkish concerns over the consequences of a Syrian government offensive there.
Houthies attack Saudi Arabia petroleum refinery
With 10 drones the video clip says
Putin knows about the attacks by drones in Saudi Arabia
10 drones —Россия 24
apparently attacked – got through the airspace of SA?
an airspace that is heavily monitored by Israel, US, Iran, Turkey and Russia
None detected? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07S6sozHJcQ&t=48s
These drones look familiar, but that may be because the ME is copying our design? Not sure. And how would the Houthies get such sophisticated drones that go undetected. And 10 of them at that?
How quickly good news (being cheeky) spreads that Russia 24 is able to obtain aerials so quickly? Lots of Russia / Iran / Houthi cooperation / coordination going on here.
Could they have confused the systems detection devices by “swarming?”
Investment watch reports:
Uh oh, could be that Pompeo and Washington hawks have found a window for a false flag. The Houthis claim responsibility for this drone attack but Pompeo claims there’s no evidence of Yemen origins for the drone. They are calling it an “unprecedented attack on the world’s energy supply.” Not reassuring rhetoric there. They really really want their war with Iran.
Drone attacks claimed by Yemen’s Houthi rebels struck two key oil installations inside Saudi Arabia on Saturday, damaging facilities that process the vast majority of the country’s crude output and raising the risk of a disruption in world oil supplies.
The attacks immediately escalated tensions in the Persian Gulf amid a standoff between the United States and Iran, even as key questions remained unanswered — where the drones were launched from, and how the Houthis managed to hit facilities deep in Saudi territory, some 500 miles from Yemeni soil.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Iran of being behind what he called “an unprecedented attack on the world’s energy supply” and asserted that there was “no evidence the attacks came from Yemen.” He did not, however, specify an alternative launch site, and the Saudis themselves refrained from pointing the finger directly at Iran.
President Trump condemned the attack in a phone call with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and offered support for “Saudi Arabia’s self defense,” the White House said in a statement, adding that the United States “remains committed to ensuring global oil markets are stable and well supplied.”
POMPEO SAYS ATTACK on SAUDI OIL FACILITIES CAME FROM IRAN & NOT YEMEN
Tehran is behind nearly 100 attacks on Saudi Arabia while Rouhani and Zarif pretend to engage in diplomacy. Amid all the calls for de-escalation, Iran has now launched an unprecedented attack on the world’s energy supply. There is no evidence the attacks came from Yemen.