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Iran, Venezuela: Regime Changes

Here’s why:

"Saudi minister warns of dollar collapse

Edmund Conway
London Telegraph
Saturday November 17, 2007

The dollar could collapse if Opec officially admits considering changing the pricing of oil into alternative currencies such as the euro, the Saudi Arabian foreign minister has warned.

Prince Saud Al-Faisal was overheard ruling out a proposal from Iran and Venezuela to discuss pricing crude in a private meeting at the oil cartel’s conference.

In an embarrassing blunder at the meeting in Riyadh, ministers’ microphones were not cut off during a key closed meeting, and Prince Al-Faisal was heard saying: “My feeling is that the mere mention that the Opec countries are studying the issue of the dollar is itself going to have an impact that endangers the interests of the countries.”

If those countries attempt anything like this, they have to be taken down; survival demands it.

I still think we need to occupy the oil regions of those countries, at least Venezuela. The survival of the USA depends upon it.

We could find oil alternatives and make both countries worthless.

[quote]Gkhan wrote:
We could find oil alternatives and make both countries worthless.[/quote]

But then the MIC would be not be so happy, now will it?

[quote]Gkhan wrote:
We could find oil alternatives and make both countries worthless.[/quote]

We could also open up the 85% of our continenetal shelf (that is loaded with oil) that has been closed down by environmentalist wkackos.

If only it was as simple as finding alternatives.