A Thought for Saudi Arabia and OPEC from the Office of the
By Anna Von Reitz
You are now dealing with the actual American Government, not the British Territorial facsimile thereof.
For numerous decades a productive relationship between the U.S. and OPEC and most especially, the Saudi Government, and other Middle Eastern oil interests have allowed a positive partnership that has enriched the Middle East from the sale of a natural resource and enriched the U.S. via lucrative refinery contracts. That’s all to the good for all concerned and we have no reason to interfere with it.
However, recent rumblings and fears resulting from British Territorial Government mismanagement and the inappropriate use of Federal Reserve Notes outside their natural domestic venue, has led to concerns that “American money is no good” and the idea that Chinese money would be better.
We must point out that Federal Reserve Notes are not American and not international currency.
The actual American Government protests any idea that our money isn’t good and proper; our international currency is backed by gold and silver and it always has been.
We must also point out that actual American oil reserves far surpass anything that the Middle East ever possessed. We’ve been sitting on an oil basin reservoir on the Eastern side of the Rocky Mountains that dwarfs Middle Eastern oil reserves — and it is a lot closer to our refinery capacity.
That is to say nothing of trillions of feet of Natural Gas and approximately one trillion barrels of oil available offshore and inland from Prudhoe Bay. And more billions of barrels available from Shale Oil in the American Midwest.
Not only do we have no need or reason to be dependent on Mideast oil, we could easily compete against Mideast oil and tank the market price instead of being nice guys and letting other countries have a go.
Put bluntly, America has been allowing the Middle East to benefit itself, and hopefully, its people, and not competing significantly in the world oil market as a Crude Oil Producer, but all that could change in the twinkling of an eye. And everyone involved in the oil industry worldwide needs to know that, if they don’t already.
This actually has nothing to do with the politics in Washington, DC. anymore, as oil is a subsurface mineral asset of the land and soil jurisdiction of this country and the actual American Government is now in Session.
We plan to stay in Session throughout whatever process is necessary to straighten out the banking and other resource issues. Please be advised. We are not threatening anyone, not aiming to cause harm to existing relationships— but we are not prepared to put up with rumor-mongering to the effect that American money isn’t what it should be, or presumptions that our oil resources are off the table.
These are our resources. They don’t belong to “the U.S.”. And while our Government is in Session, their Government has nothing to say about our money, our resources, or anything else not explicitly delegated to them.
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