Saudi/Iran Conflict Could Threaten Global Economy

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  1. JIM says:

    Need Trump as President! He would empower our forces to take out Iran and would be able to get a deal going to protect everyone. Saudi Arabia would pay us to keep their peace.


  2. robert bayer says:

    Your article has a few inaccuracies in it, and then some wild suppositions based on those flaws. Re-read it and think about what you are trying to sell here.


  3. Ron says:

    “almost self-sufficient”? With stronger leadership the US, with its oil supply, we can supply ourselves and our friends for the next century.


    Thomas J Murphy Reply:

    The U.S. is not self-sufficient without oil imports from Canada, who is and has been the largest exporter of oil to the U.S. for years. North America is self-sufficient if the necessary infrastructure is ever completed.


  4. B.L. Cocherell says:

    What you see happening in the Middle East is the alignment of ten Arab nations into two separate national entities, five to the south and five to the north of Israel noted in Psalm 83.


  5. Robert T says:

    You people don’t read your bibles, do you? It’s written that this would happen in time. Wait until the most holy Islamic Temple is destroyed and then see what happens. The U.S. will be involved just like the rest of the world, and as far as death goes, you ain’t seen nothing yet. I would prefer the U.S. and Russia stay out of it all together. But it’s written that all the great nations would be there. Say good bye to Islam.


  6. Gary Behling says:

    Any current or former bankers should have their hearts cut out and fed to dogs.


  7. George T says:

    Analytically and historically, the Rome/Protestant divide is so far from the Sunni/Shia divide, it is entirely inappropriate to compare them. Theological constructs entirely different, as was the geopolitical setting and the internal politics. Of course, consequences dramatically different. It it also entirely inappropriate to uses the word “evangelical” (of Greek origin, referring the message/proclamation of the “good news” (Gospel) of the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth that substituted for the sin of people so they could be saved and have life in heaven). As a matter of the historical writings of these religions, these are entirely different concepts than in Islam. An, in this proper sense, Orthodox, Catholics and Protestants are all evangelical.


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