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Trump Backs Down, Walks Back “Locked & Loaded” After Iran Narrative Crumbles & Pompeo Should Go Next

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2 Replies to “Trump Backs Down, Walks Back “Locked & Loaded” After Iran Narrative Crumbles & Pompeo Should Go Next

  1. Thank you for following this story. It corroborates what I wrote September 15, and I appreciate getting the information about Houthi attacks on Saudi oil fields in August.. The broadcast is kind of repetitive and overly long, if you really want people to listen to this information. I will post it on my Facebook, but it would be far better to have a 10-15 minute version.

    Here is my post in World Peace Now:

    The war in Yemen has much to do with what’s happening in the Middle East today. There is so much misinformation that it is difficult to sort it out, which is why I think it gets so little attention.

    Let me tell you my small piece of the puzzle that I know from teaching English in Riyadh. Most Saudis don’t work. Yemeni health care professionals staff the hospitals and clinics. Doctors, nurses, x-ray technicians, you name it. Most health care professionals working in Saudi Arabia are from Yemen.

    So it does not seem far-fetched to me that there might be supporters from Yemen in this war with Saudi Arabia who were able to attack oil facilities from within the country. Considering the dependence Saudi society has on professionals from Yemen, this war has always seemed bizarre to me.

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