A Looming Danger in the Saudi Arabian Oil Fields!

I’ve Been alive for 78 years of Mankind’s life chain greed for liquid Oil

Man’s historical food chain now in last Endangered Species Stage

Real Gold to Paper Gold to Liquid Gold to Endangered Species

A food chain that has led to a Never Ending hunger for Oil

And Eventual final war in the Middle East born of Greed!

A looming danger in the Saudi Arabia oil fields Occurs!

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It will take time for all the Middle East power Shifts

To produce 10 Islamic horns with pro-jihad Views.

It is unlikely they will attack Israel prior to 2014,

But it’s likely they’ ll attack Israel prior to 2015!

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March 10, 2011


I have watched this develop since I was 19 years, and attempted to warn where it was leading since 1976. Please consider our Archive Blog below of from July, 2008 and the latest 2011 news from the uprising in the Saudi Arabian oil fields.

The Antichrist is the 11th Little Horn, who arises after all the 10 have become pro-jihad.

Daniel 7:24 –And the ten horns out of this kingdom are ten kings that shall arise: and another shall rise after them;

Begin Archive Blog of July 11, 2008

I don’t FULLY Agree with Kaniuk,

But article points out part of Problem,

And Petroleum control does make it Clear,


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of Money Is Still the ROOT of All Evil!

There is no question Islamism Jihad hates the Jews!

There’s no question Islam’s goal is to change the World!

There’s no question Islam wants International Sharia Law!

And there’s no question nations desire to own the Earth’s Oil!

International Love of Mammon is the Underlying Ca use

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of Wars!

The love of money sends woe to both the believer and Unbeliever!

July 11, 2008


When I made my first extended trip to the Middle East in 1952, more than 56 years ago, it was quite evident the foreign powers, which had controlled Middle East oil since the industrial revolution began, were in the process of believing they could still control the Islamic nations after they pulled out. They greatly underestimated the power that oil would give the Middle East countries.

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It is the underlying cause for a process we are now observing that is bringing the Islamic Kingdom back to life as the eighth and final Kingdom of the Gentile age. In the first book I had published in the mid-seventies, “Tectonic Chaos,” after identifying the ten horns of Revelation 13:1 as Arabic nations, I wrote the following paragraph.

Begin 1976 Quote

“[The ten horns of Revelation 13:1 are 10 Arab nations who will soon form the nucleus of the seventh kingdom, and the ten crowns are the kings that will rule them. For years we have pictured the typical Arab as scrawny little fellow on a camel in the desert with a comic expression on his face. This viewpoint is quickly changing. Oil is replacing the dollar in importance – and soon ten Arab nations will have gained the economic control of much of the earth’s wealth. We will not try to stop them because of the Soviet Union – and the Soviet Union will not try to stop them because of us and Red China. The world power block will block itself as the ten Arab nations prosper in their midst.]”

End 1976 Quote

Well, after more than 56 years it has come to pass and, in addition to the intense hatred that has raised to an all time against the Jews by the incitement of radical Islamic extremists, we have man’s natural greed incited and excited at the prospect of monetary gain associated with the control of the world’s major oil source in the Middle East. Mammon, ethnic hatred, and false religion are the three major driving forces that have been associated with wars since the fall of man. The love of money underlies it all to this day, and it remain like this until the one returns who is the only man who ever lived that thought more of the welfare of all others, past, present, and future, than he did of himself.

Philippians 2:4 – Look not every man on his own things, but every

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man also on the things of others.

I Timothy 6:7-10 – For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out. [8] And having food and raiment let us be therewith content. [9] But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition. [10] For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

Mark 8:36,37 – For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? [37] Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul

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Begin YNet News Article

What Iran really wants

Iranians care about Persian Gulf much more than they care about Israel

Yoram Kaniuk

July 9, 2008

I am not a former military commander, but just like any other person who ever learned how to read I know that the entire story about Iran and a possible strike is foolish. Iran is not like Shaul Mofaz. It acts wisely when it comes to its future. It’s not really interested in Israel, although it likes to annoy us.

Tehran knows that an Israeli strike on Iran is impractical if Israel wishes to continue existing, and that a nuclear attack on Israel would prompt Iran’s destruction. Tehran also knows that the Israelis are the only ones who will strike if there is no choice and it knows how to make us bleed without nuclear weapons.

Iran has surrounded us with zealous, stubborn terrorism and it knows that no nuclear weapons will help us in our fight against terror. Tehran wishes to annoy and threaten us because the countries it really wants to take over love its hate for Israel.

What Iran really wants is the Persian Gulf, which the Arabs refer to as the Arab Gulf. Iran emerged out of a great empire. Today, it wants to regain its place as the successor of this empire and of the Muslim empire. It united the two and ultimately it wants to take over Gulf states and Syria, and use Lebanon as a large seaport for oil.

As opposed to us, Iran realizes that if it controls oil, America in its current state will not attack it, but rather, opt to cut a deal with it, because the entire American fabric of life is based on oil.

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Because of oil there are towns and suburbs; because of oil, there is an America. After all, America isn’t New York – America is Maryland and California and Kansas. And there, life is not worth living without oil.

The Iranians are an ancient people with a long history. They do not wish to become extinct.

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What they do want is the billion dollars a day earned by Saudi Arabia. The Iranians want ancient Islam and they are going for the jackpot with the common sense that is lacking among our Mofazes, our politicians, and our arrogant military officers.

Iran winning this chess game

Once upon a time we used to be smart. We would have not been able to establish a state under the conditions we did had every general at the time

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been making empty threats. Talkative generals and small-time politicians are playing into Iran’s hands these days; meanwhile, the Iranians are cheering on every belligerent Israeli statement, which serves to boost the price of oil, while they continue to hit us on our home front. Their Nasrallah

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has been well equipped and he knows how to fool us. He understands our weaknesses.

Yet we fail to understand Nasrallah. Hamas is also playing with us. Iran is the mother and father of both these organizations. It does not need to put its cities at risk in order to irritate us. For Iran we are merely a pawn in the chess game they invented. In this chess game they are making fools out of us and defeating the Arabs, who are nonetheless cheering on them, until they will no longer be able to do so. And then, just like in past days, Persia will rule the East, and the small Israel will contend with cruel terrorism and won’t know what to do aside from making stupid declarations.

There are certainly proper ways to hinder this process or prevent part of it from materializing. Arrogant words will not be solving the problem. Iran’s manager, its stupid president who constantly threatens us, is merely the front for its true rulers, the wise ones. Most of them do not live in Tehran, but rather, in Qom, the capital of Iranian Islam.

Begin 9 March, 2011 Excerpt from UK Guardian

Saudi Arabia protests could be calamitous for oil market

If Saudi Arabian oil output is compromised, global oil prices could reach $200 a barrel, warn analysts

Terry Macalister

guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 9 March 2011 19.00 GMT

Saudi Arabia is synonymous with oil.

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Its massive reserves provide 90% of the country’s revenues and 40% of its gross national product. More important still, the kingdom has historically been the world’s largest producer and exporter of oil, a market fulcrum without which global energy markets would be thrown into turmoil.

So the prospect of protest, however small, raises crucial questions for the oil market: how likely is Saudi Arabia to follow the Egyptian or Libyan model, where uprisings have jeopardised oil output? And if Saudi oil output is compromised, what will happen to global oil prices, with the recent upturn already threatening to choke global economic recovery?

Saudi Arabia’s oil wealth has enabled the kingdom’s rulers to stifle dissent, providing a large war chest to buy off opposition. And even if there were heavy civil disturbances they should not immediately affect the extraction industry.

Saudi oil workers are treated extremely well and so are likely to be late in joining any protests.

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Key oil installations tend to be located in remote desert areas not easily accessible. The producing fields, refineries and export terminals are also surrounded by very tight security fences that could not easily be breached unless by determined armed forces.

The government has worked hard over the past decade to reduce their dependence on foreign skills by training locals. Foreign workers are all housed in compounds – whether in the field or in the centre of towns.

These high-walled compounds have been breached fairly easily in the past by militant car bombers. Serious civil insurrection could also be expected to empty these areas soon enough. But even if they fled – as oil workers in Libya did – the Saudi industry could continue largely uninterrupted. The western companies, which include the Wood Group of Aberdeen, are mainly helping Saudi Arabia with new exploration rather than existing production.

Saudi Arabia is a driving force within Opec, often acting as the “swing” producer that varies its output to achieve a market balance. It is the most dominant dove, and a counterweight to

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the main hawk, Iran.

The Saudi kingdom has always believed that oil prices should remain at a reasonable level that will encourage the west to continue with its oil-based economies. It never wanted to drive importers out into renewables – aware that in one 1970s “energy shock”, Brazil, for one, managed to fuel its cars with sugar-based ethanol.

Hardline Opec members such as Iran have been happy to poke a stick into the US economy by encouraging the cartel to hold back production and drive up oil prices wherever possible. But Saudi Arabia has played a longer game for its own self-interest – and to keep onside with Washington, which provides arms and security. It is keen to build on its current output of around 9m barrels a day and its capacity of up to 12.5m barrels.

The peak oil theorists who worry that the world is running out of oil have argued that Saudi fields are running down faster than they let on. Similarly, even some oil experts have claimed that Saudi Arabia has grossly exaggerated the amount of reserves it has in the ground.

The officials from the state-owned Saudi Aramco oil company flatly deny this, and it has certainly increased and reduced output when it felt the world needed it – regardless of its formal commitments to stick to Opec-agreed quotas.

The 1.6m barrels a day of Libyan production can be relatively easily accommodated by Saudi Arabia turning the taps on more heavily. But if Saudi Arabia descends into chaos, there is no other country that could compensate for the lost output.

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Even the thought of this country being hit by political upheaval is enough to send the global price of crude oil significantly higher. A total stoppage would be calamitous.

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Analysts at Société Générale have warned that oil could reach $200 (£124) a barrel in the event of serious unrest. That figure may be conservative.

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