[ASI] Will Russia Attack Saudi Arabia?

January 7th, 2016 at 6:24 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

I believe that the Russia/Iran axis wants to attack Saudi Arabia, and that is one factor in the decline of the stock market. Russian/Iranian destruction of the Saudi oil fields would force the price of oil back up to $100 a barrel. That would make tons of money for Putin’s regime. Another factor is that the Chinese regime has mismanaged its “capitalist” economy, which doesn’t make any difference to them, but threatens our markets. Trump is right that we are too dependent on China. He is blind on the Russian threat, however.


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We are seeing the international communist movement, including Chinese client state North Korea, on the move. The North Korean dictatorship has just exploded another atomic bomb. The Chinese are behind the North Korean regime. Don’t believe otherwise. Iran will be the next regime, with communist help, to explode an atomic bomb. That’s Obama’s plan. He is working for Iran and Russia.

Keep in mind: we are the target, economically and militarily.

At this point, our media seem clueless about what’s happening. They are under the influence of anti-American propaganda, much of it eminating from propaganda channels like Russia Today (RT), China Central Television, and Al Jazeera. These channels have saturated the U.S. media market. They attack the U.S. relentlessly, in order to accelerate our decline as a nation and keep our people in the dark about the nature of the threat.

You must understand how Russian propaganda works, and that is the subject of our new ASI Roku TV show, now posted on YouTube. Click here to watch.
Guy Taylor of the Washington Times is our guest. He will tell you what you can learn by watching RT with a critical eye.

 



For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




 

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