Saudi Suggests 'Squeezing' Iran Over Nuclear Ambitions
The Wall Street Journal
21-Jun-2011 (one comment)

A leading member of Saudi Arabia's royal family warned that Riyadh could seek to supplant Iran's oil exports if the country doesn't constrain its nuclear program, a move that could hobble Tehran's finances.

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Kamran Ramyar

Saudis = Imbeciles

by Kamran Ramyar on

Before deciding to supplant Iranian oil exports our Saudi friend ought to take a long and close look at himself/ his filthy clan and how the world community views them.

1) Familiar echo heard is Saudi Arabia is the biggest gas station in the world with owners - members of the royal family - reaping all the benefits!

2) It is becoming a joke when every dictator ousted through popular uprising, seeks asylum in no place but Saudi Arabia.  Must be a heaven for criminals, degenerates, thugs and those who have committed crimes against humanity.  By the way, this is not a new development.  Take the case of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin all the way to present day when Tunisian dictator and his cute looking wife sought refuge in the house of Saud! 

Readers can go ahead and make up their own conclusion.  But surely... for an imbecile -whose only claim to fame is being a prince - it is ridicolous and utter nonsense to suggest supplanting another country's only source of revenue.  Only ones he is hurting in the process are our Iranian brethren.