Friday, April 29, 2016

Constructive Feedback University GLOBAL WATCH: Saudi Arabia Announces An Exit From The Petroleum Market During The Same Time That Kenya And Tanzania Battle Over A Petroleum Pipeline To Carry Oil From Uganda. QUESTION: WHICH COUNTRY IS MOST LIKELY TO HAVE THEIR OIL INFRASTRUCTURE BOMBED BY THEIR FORMER COLONIZERS

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY: IF YOU ARE NOT WATCHING INTERNATIONAL NEWS THEN YOU WON'T SEE HOW RIDICULOUS CERTAIN ARGUMENTS "INSIDE OF THE COLONIZER'S BOXCAR" ACTUALLY ARE





Saudi Arabia Claims That It Wants To Reduce Its Dependency Upon The Petroleum Market

  • Recently The Government Of Saudi Arabia Had To Take Out A Substantial Loan In Order To Pay The Bills In The Context Of Eroding Revenues From Low Oil Prices
  • Saudi Arabia Announced Plans For The LARGEST IPO IN WORLD HISTORY.  $2 Trillion In Shares Of Their State Owned Oil Company Will Be Tendered Into The Market
SAUDI ARABIA HAS A RUNNING MILITARY CONFLICT AGAINST 'TERRORISTS' IN THEIR NEIGHBOR YEMEN

As The Land-Locked Nation Of Uganda Plots A Pathway Forward For Transporting Its Petroleum Wealth Into The Global Petroleum Market Via A Land Route To The Indian Ocean Its Neighbors To The East - Kenya And Tanzania Battle Each Other Based Upon The Decision By South Sudan To Utilize Tanzania As The Favored Choice Because Of Fears That Rebel Groups Out Of Somalia Might Destroy A Kenyan-Based Pipeline


PIPELINE #1 - Uganda Through Tanzania


Pipeline #1 - Uganda And Ethiopia Through Kenya
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ALL OF THESE NATIONS - TANZANIA, KENYA AND UGANDA HAVE A PROBLEM WITH "TERRORIST" GROUPS OPERATING INSIDE OF THEIR BORDERS.

If The Country Can't "Control The Peace" On The Inside Of Their Own Nations - Just Imaging If Their Former Colonizers Believe That THEIR OIL ASSETS Are A Threat And Choose To Bomb Them?

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