Someday, Jamal Khashoggi enters Saudi Consulate and…

Almost everyone in the world has followed the news about the death of Jamal Khashoggi, and still does. I wanted that all of us to see these news with Zaytung’s difference. You know, I’had shared three times the news of Zaytung with you a long time ago. The motto of Zaytung, that has satire and humor news: “Honest, impartiality, immoral news.” Zaytung made a lot of satire news about Khashoggi murder. I’ve chosen some of them(because I do not have too much time), and I’ve translated them into English as much as I can.

Also, do you know, Saudi Arabia criminalized humor, 5 year prison term for posting satire to social media in September 4, 2018, my earthling friends? The administration of Saudi Arabia needs to understand that even if they think to prevent everything as much as they want in Saudi Arabia, they cannot prevent all over the world. Someone in another place on the planet will continue to criticize their management in the most beautiful way, so by satire and humor. However, if they think that there is no such thing as bad advertising, it is an another issue, haha!

And here some Zaytung news about Khashoggi murder.

Breaking news…

Saudi Arabia: “Friends! To keep the memory of Khashoggi in everywhere in consulate, by separating himself into pieces…”

Breaking news…

It was announced that the wireless contact lost with some of the police officers who entered the Consulate of Saudi Arabia for making search. At the Istanbul Police Department anxious wait continues...

Photo news…

Photo news….

Panic in Saudi Arabia, that needs to get billions of dollars weapons to smooth Khashoggi murder over from the United States again: “There is no place left for putting airplane in the country!”

News…

Saudi Arabia shared the images of the giant meat grinder, which the Jamal Khashoggi accidentally fallen into during the melee at the consulate….

Really, it is a great misfortune

Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeyr, at a press conference, shared his sorrow due to Khashoggi’s death and said, “It is a great misfortune that a simple melee will end in such a terrible way. When he was pushed, his foot slips and accidentally falls into the giant meat grinder that is running at that moment; but the machine kept working. It’s really incredible, but once if human’s time comes to end… Anyway, again sorry for our loss.”

Machine was dismissed

While Jubeyr was emphasising that the machine was dismissed and brought to Saudi Arabia, he said that after then the trial, the machine will probably face the penalty of death. Also by adding, “This punishment will send a strong message to other meat grinders. We also made the necessary warnings to our staff. Henceforth, it is strictly forbidden to scuffle and joke around these machines. There will not be even a small concession on this issue,” he gave messages to ease to the world public.

Photo news…

Khashoggi’s stuntman, Al-Medeni: I’ve offered to enter the meat grinder instead of him, but Mr. Jamal didn’t want to use the stunt…

Photo news…

News…

With Khashoggi murder, Turkey which reaches good ratings in world wide will release the rest of the investigation for a fee on the internet…

…The Presidential Spokesman stated that they are working on infrastructure works of a Netflix-like platform with the subscription system that about to be completed. In addition, he gave the good news that the channel will begin broadcasting also in British and Arabic very soon on InvestigationHD.Turkiye.Gov.tr, web page.

While spokesman was saying that those who want to follow Khashoggi investigation can get the latest information and shocking images before anyone for a small fee like $ 5 per month by subscribing to the channel, also added, “Believe me, you will not regret. Because we have more weird informations. I can tell you the images we watched so far is nothing. What they did with the body, what happened at the farm, the shock images from the trunk of the vehicle, all of them and more are coming in investigationHD!”…

Photo news…

Photo news…

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If there would be another Zaytung news about Khashoggi murder in future, I will add them too in here, my earthling friends. 😎

 

 

Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari: “The country doesn’t even have a name”

The mentioned country is Saudi Arabia. In fact, the video is telling everything clearly. But there is need to say somethings on it. Because it is so cool speech! 🙂        (By the way, the video has own English subtitles, my earthling friends.)

UN permanent representative for Syria, Dr Bashar al-Jaafari, has bombarded Saudi representative with his words. It was the most pleasant speech I’ve heard in a long time. Maybe for the first time we have heard such a clear and beautiful criticism of the entire process of the Saudi dynasty’s crimes, primarily from it’s assaults in Yemen to the assassination of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.

While the Syrian people have been struggling with threats and civil wars in their region for a very long time, already it would be expected that the speech of the representative of this people will be so confident and correct. For me, his speech is definitely a historical speach! To say exactly what needs to be said in the eyes of the whole world, to speak of all of it, perhaps, it may cause the hypocrisy of the Saudi dynasty to be reduced!

By the way, while we were talking about Syria, I was curious about something like Putin. Yes seemingly, me and him, we have in some common curiosities.:)

What happened to Americans and Europeans who were held by ISIS?

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi at October, 18:
“Islamic State terrorists have delivered ultimatums and made certain demands, threatening to shoot ten people every day. This is just horrible, it is a catastrophe. Some US and European citizens are among the hostages. Everyone is silent about it, as if nothing happened.

According to TASS news, the number of 700 hostages, there are Americans and Europeans. Why US or European officials do not say some things about this? Obviously I understand that these foreign people who were held by ISIS are not civilians. If they had been, their families would speak on news. So they could be mercenaries or some thing like that. It may be that’s why US and European officals do not say about this. They could be the material of a bargain on some thing that we do not know yet its content. Probably we will never learn, and this one would stay as curiosity. Or maybe some day their movies will be on cinemas, who knows.

TUDEH: ‘Only progressive forces can determine Iran’s future’

soL News talked to Mohammad Omidvar, the spokesperson of Iran’s communist TUDEH party, about the recent tide of protests in Iran.

Thursday, 04 January 2018

soL News interviewed with Comrade Mohammad Omidvar, member of the Politburo and Spokesperson of the CC of the Tudeh Party of Iran, which has operated as an underground communist organization following the Islamic revolution of 1979, regarding the recent protests in Iran. The demonstrations started in response to a surge in fuel and food prices in the country, as well as unemployment and inflation. At least 20 people have reportedly been killed during the protests.

Omidvar says that the progressive and democratic forces of Iran must increase their presence in the protest movement of the masses against the reactionary forces, supported by the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia, which attempt to hijack the people’s struggle for freedom, democracy and social justice.

soL: What is the context and what are the main drivers behind the current wave of protests in Iran? Can you also comment on the impact of neoliberal economic policies on the current crises?

Mohammad Omidvar: As per our Central Committee’s statements over recent days, the Iranian people’s protest against the regime has its roots in the deep socio-economic crisis in Iran. The neoliberal policies of the Iranian regime over the past two decades – fully supported and indeed praised by the World Bank and IMF – have pushed millions of Iranians below the poverty line and into a life of hardship un-paralleled in our recent history. Rampant inflation, especially the rise in the price of basic commodities beyond ordinary peoples’ means, combined with massive unemployment, especially amongst the youth – which, according to officials in some provinces, is as high as 50% – as well as the continued suppression of peoples’ democratic rights and freedom, have pushed our country to the point of this social explosion in anger against the rule of political Islam.

It is also worth mentioning that, prior to these massive protests, we had increasing workers’ protests in various industries and in different cities across the country against unpaid wages (some of whom had gone over a year without their due pay), widespread privatisation, lack of job security, poor treatment by employers, lack of workers’ rights and a total ban on independent class-oriented trade unions.

Based on the reports, there are different protests with different demands, carried out by different groups, under different slogans. Why do these demonstrations vary from city to city or even between different protests in the same city? While some protests are reacting against the Rouhani government, some others are more vocal about ‘regime change’. In your opinion, what is the necessary path to be followed?

The escalation in peoples’ discontent and anger towards the regimes’ leaders for the deteriorating socio-economic situation and – more importantly – the readiness and willingness of the frustrated masses to take on the suppressive apparatus of the regime, is an important indication of the significant developments in the preparedness of the people in opposing – and waging an open struggle against – the rule of the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is understandable that under a brutal dictatorship, organisation and coordination of the huge number of demonstrations – sometimes in more than 50 towns and cities across the vast country – has its own constraints. But the slogans, in the main, voice important economic and political demands by the people, target corruption in all branches of power and declare that all key factions in the thus far prevailing power structure are fully responsible for the deep socio-political crisis in the country.

Contrary to the claims of some leaders of the pro-regime reformists that such protests are “conspiracies” against the Rouhani presidency by the hardliners, we deeply believe that the majority of the people of our country are disappointed and frustrated with the slogans of those whose only objectives are to make some cosmetic and minor adjustments to the current regime. Our people are now demanding fundamental changes in the governance of the country. Today, only those who would like to somehow preserve the current disastrous situation fear the escalation and growth of the people’s struggle.

The experience of the last two decades and several presidential, parliamentary, provincial and local elections that have been held and manipulated under the control and direction of the Supreme Leader, has proved that the people are rapidly moving away from the strategy of making a choice between “bad and worse” and are no longer willing to submit to the manipulation of their demands by the regime and the pro-regime reformists whose roles, these days, are to serve the strategic interests of the regime.  It is also worth mentioning that, from our point of view, the current power structure in Iran centres around the “Supreme Religious Leader” (Vali Faghieh), his close allies in the religious hierarchy, the leadership of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (Sepah Pasdaran) and other security forces.

The class base of the Iranian ruling clique is the big merchant and bureaucratic bourgeoisie. This corrupt and anti-peoples’ power structure has moved towards controlling not only all of the political apparatus but also most of the economic levers – plundering the country’s wealth on a scale not seen in Iran over the past four decades.

Attempts over the past two decades to introduce some superficial reforms and the fashioning of a more moderate face for what, at the end of the day, remains a medieval dictatorship, have failed and therefore it is not surprising that the overwhelming majority of the people in Iran today want to put an end to the despotic theocratic regime; to end the oppression and injustice; and bring about the establishment of human and democratic freedoms and social justice. We believe that these demands can only be achieved through a joint struggle of all the national, democratic and freedom-loving forces in Iran without any foreign intervention.

Of course, Israel-USA-Saudi Arabia trio sees the protest as an opportunity to get rid of the obstacle against their policies in the Middle East, but do protests have a potential to be manipulated and meet the expectations of this alliance or Iranians already put a distance with their demands with the expectations of imperialism? Do you think, Iranian protests are immune to imperialist manipulations which had driven the rightful protest in the early days of Syria into a full-scale proxy war against Syrian people?

The Central Committee of the Tudeh Party of Iran, in its first reaction to the people’s protest against the regime, clearly indicated that under the critical conditions of the current dangerous regional tensions and Imperialism’s desire to control the Persian Gulf and its oil flow, the regional reactionary forces – supported by the Trump administration and the right-wing government of Netanyahu in Israel and the Saudi criminal regime – are seeking to distinctly impact the developments in our country and to replace the current reactionary regime with another reactionary regime.

The support of these forces – i.e. US imperialism, the regional reaction, and the right-wing government of Netanyahu – for the Iranian monarchists and those political groups whose agenda is to cooperate with the most reactionary regimes of the region and to persuade the European states to impose sanctions on Iran’s economy – (thereby exacerbating the misery for the destitute and disadvantaged people of our country) and to encourage foreign states to intervene militarily in Iran, leaves no room whatsoever for any optimism regarding the future designs of such “opposition”.

We have emphasised that the progressive and democratic forces of Iran must increase their presence in the protest movement of the masses – more than ever before – providing proper people-oriented slogans, offering sensible guidance and relying on the legitimate demands of the masses for abolishing the existing suppressive regime and ending the economic deprivation, oppression, injustice and plundering of the natural and human resources of the nation, while sidelining and opposing reactionary and divisive slogans. We believe we must learn from our past experiences and what happened following the 1979 revolution and not allow the heroic struggle of our people for freedom, democracy and social justice to be hijacked by a bunch of reactionary opportunists who do not believe in the people’s rights or democratic freedoms.

During his election campaign, Rouhani presented the nuclear deal as a success story and expected to overcome the problems with imperialist countries as long as Iran integrated to the global capitalist system. While international sanctions were eased, the US didn’t put an end to its unilateral sanctions against Iran. Do you think the nuclear deal was a success story for Iran or not?

Following the agreement in January 2016, our party stated that after years of destructive sanctions imposed on our country by the USA and EU countries, as a result of the ill-advised and adventurist policies of Iran’s Supreme Leader [Ayatollah Khamenei] and his appointees, the negotiations between Iran and the 5+1 group were concluded with an agreement that did not equate to a victory for Iran whatever the claims of the regime to the contrary. At the time, in his radio-TV interview, Hassan Rouhani [Iranian President] said: “…today we have reached a turning point…

As of today, Iran’s nuclear programme is no longer, under any fictitious pretext, a threat to global and regional peace. Rather, Iran’s nuclear programme will serve modern technology in line with the development of the country, and the stability and security of the region…” There is no doubt that the implementation of the agreement was a significant event that had a substantial impact on political developments in our country. There were certain improvements in diplomatic relations between the Iranian regime and the US administration.  However, despite all the propaganda claims of the leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) and the assessments of a number of opponents as well as supporters of the theocratic regime, the government of Hassan Rouhani effectively agreed to all conditions limiting Iran’s nuclear industry in return for the lifting of the sanctions and the release of Iran’s assets by the West.

At the time, our Party welcomed the move away from tension and conflict and the lifting of the horrendously damaging economic sanctions, which were badly hurting ordinary people and the economy in Iran. Two years on it must be said that people have seen very little benefits in terms of an improvement in their economic situation as most of the financial benefits have gone straight to the regime’s leaders and their cronies. Under the continuing pressure of the US international banking system, the banking and monetary sanctions were never lifted and, this in effect, maintained the difficulties for Iran’s international trade with the rest of the world and the lot of the vast majority of ordinary Iranians.

What is your Party’s view on external interference in Iran and its danger to the people’s movement? Can you elaborate with reference to the positions taken by Trump, the Israeli government, Saudi Arabia and the forces they support?

After Donald Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia – and subsequently to Israel – in late May 2017, the Persian Gulf and the Middle East are once again witnessing an escalation in tensions that could further destabilise the safety and security of the region and, in our view, have dangerous and destructive consequences for our country. During this visit, Trump clearly indicated his support for the dangerous adventurist policies of the Saudi Arabian leadership and offered Israel a carte blanche in pursuit of its dangerous policies towards the Palestinian people and the region as a whole, singling out Iran as a target. The threatening and belligerent statement of the reactionary Defence Minister of Saudi Arabia that “we will work so that we take the battle inside Iran” was promptly followed by the first bloody terrorist attack to be carried out by Daesh (IS) in Tehran.

Rex Tillerson, the United States Secretary of State, also declared US support for “regime change” in Iran in an intervening speech. Among other indications of the escalation of tensions in the region were attacks by US forces, on the paramilitary forces backed by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of Iran operating in the eastern regions of Syria. This combined with recent Saudi claims that long-range missiles fired by Houthi rebels in Yemen towards Riyadh are provided by Iran, indicate the high levels of tension and the serious threats facing Iran. It is worth mentioning that the foreign policy of the United States during the Obama administration, with regards to Iran, had considered a special role and position for the Islamic Republic of Iran in the “New Middle East Plan” in which the coexistence and conciliation of Iran’s theocratic regime with US hegemony in the region were articulated.

However, the evidence now suggests that the Trump administration is pushing to impose new conditions and to make specific changes to this framework. This involves a lessening of the role and weight of Iran’s regime in regional developments, in favour of Saudi Arabia. In this context, Tillerson’s recent references to “peaceful regime change” in Iran should be looked at from two angles as regards the new tactics of the US. Firstly, there is the reviving of the failed project of “making alternatives” to act as the “regime’s opposition” by utilising some of the vehemently pro-US forces opposed to Iran’s theocratic regime, such as the monarchists and the People’s Mojahedin of Iran Organisation (MKO).

And, secondly, there is the re-implementing of an aggressive diplomacy to enable US political-security leverage in the region through the fanning of tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia under the well-worn mantra of “fighting terrorism”, and the sewing of divisions between the countries in the region under the false pretext of the confrontation between “Shia” and “Sunni”. And here, it is particularly important to note the contracts for sale of modern military hardware and technology by the US to Saudi Arabia worth $300bn over the next three years.

There have also been credible suggestions made of a secret deal, reached in December 2017, between the US and Israel to confront and take down Iran.

We evaluated the election and coming to power of Donald Trump, and his slogans and policies, to be very worrying. Our concern is not one predicated on the inexperience, narcissism or unpredictability of Trump, but rather the belief that the bringing of Trump to the presidency was a purposeful move by the warmongers and extreme right-wingers in the USA to mobilise and gather together the most reactionary and dangerous forces of the ultra-right around the world. The power structure in the Trump administration – just like the power pyramid structure of the Islamic theocratic regime of Iran – consists of dangerous elements who believe in the waging of war as a means to solving wider issues.

The crises of the regime in Iran are the results of the fundamental contradiction between the economic interests and the freedom-seeking demands of our nation on the one hand and those of the theocratic regime on the other. This is a contradiction which is ever growing and thus naturally the theocratic regime veers from one crisis to another, graver each time. Both Ali Khamenei and Donald Trump are deceitful leaders who would without hesitation lie to their people to stay in power. They would resort to any option to overcome the various crises they face.

The progressive and patriotic forces of our country should not let the interventionist policies and practices of the United States, and its reactionary allies such as the criminal regime in Saudi Arabia and the ultra-right-wing anti-people government of Netanyahu in Israel, determine the future of our country.

We have clearly and repeatedly stated that the Tudeh Party of Iran is strongly opposed to any external interference in our country’s domestic affairs and believe that the future of Iran should only be determined by its peoples and the struggle of its progressive forces to put an end to the despotic regime.

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Interview was quoted from SoL international, from this link.

For reading, the related articles of the subject from SoL:

‘The alternative to the mullahs and imams doesn’t have to be the Yankee’

“Iran protests in 10 questions”

Also, from “In Defense of Communism blog”: Iran Protests- Tudeh Party appealing for the release of more than 1500 arrested in Iran

Yemeni children have died, the survived ones are still hungry, many of them have been orphan, because…

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Yemeni children are sleeping in the streets.

Because, The Petroleum Gods Want This!

S. Arabia Stealing Yemen’s Oil in Collaboration with the French energy giant, Total

TEHRAN (FNA)- A Yemeni economic expert disclosed that Saudi Arabia is stealing his country’s crude reserves in bordering regions in collaboration with the French energy giant, Total.

“63% of Yemen’s crude production is being stolen by Saudi Arabia in cooperation with Mansour Hadi, the fugitive Yemeni president, and his mercenaries,” Mohammad Abdolrahman Sharafeddin told FNA on Tuesday.

“Saudi Arabia has set up an oil base in collaboration with the French Total company in the Southern parts of Kharkhir region near the Saudi border province of Najran and is exploiting oil from the wells in the region,” he added.

Sharafeddin said that Riyadh is purchasing arms and weapons with the petro dollars stolen from the Yemeni people and supplies them to its mercenaries to kill the Yemenis.

Late in last year, another economic expert said Washington and Riyadh had bribed the former Yemeni government to refrain from oil drilling and exploration activities, adding that Yemen has more oil reserves than the entire Persian Gulf region.

“Saudi Arabia has signed a secret agreement with the US to prevent Yemen from utilizing its oil reserves over the past 30 years,” Hassan Ali al-Sanaeri told FNA.

“The scientific research and assessments conducted by international drilling companies show that Yemen’s oil reserves are more than the combined reserves of all the Persian Gulf states,” he added.

Al-Sanaeri added that Yemen has abundant oil reserves in Ma’rib, al-Jawf, Shabwah and Hadhramaut regions.

He noted that a series of secret documents by Wikileaks disclosed that the Riyadh government had set up a committee presided by former Saudi Defense Minister Crown Prince Sultan bin Abdel Aziz. “Former Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal  and the kingdom’s intelligence chief were also the committee’s members.”

Al-Sanaeri went on to say that Saudi Arabia has tasked the committee to implement the project to dig a canal from Saudi Arabia to the Arab Sea via Hadhramaut in order to become needless of Hormuz and Bab al-Mandab straits.

He reiterated that new oil reserves have been discovered in Yemen’s al-Jawf province which can make Yemen as one of the biggest oil exporters in the region and the world.

Quotes were taken from Fars News, Economic Expert: S. Arabia Stealing Yemen’s Oil in Collaboration with Total

WHY!

Yemeni occupation

The massacre of civilians continues by the coalition which Saudi Arabia led at Yemeni occupation. Just yesterday, 28 people including children and women have been killed at a wedding.

Capitalism kills. How many people died at the Hajj disaster in real?

769 people!

The Saudi Health Ministry’s latest figures, released Saturday, put the toll at 769 people killed and 934 injured.

or 1100 people!

Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, a lawmaker in Pakistan’s governing PML-N political party who is leading his country’s response to the disaster, said Saudi officials gave diplomats “1,100 photos” of the dead.

or else 4700 people!

Said Evhedi, the President of Iran’s Hajj Council on Monday has claimed that a total of at least 4,700 pilgrims have died in the recent hajj stampede tragedy.

Evhedi has reportedly spoken at Iranian TV channel IRINN and stated that the death toll is much higher than Saudi figures.

“We believe that at least 4,700 people died in the hajj stampede and there are at least 3,000 corpses awaiting identification in 21 trucks” Evhedi said, while noting that the number of Iranians who died in the incident has risen to 228.

While all those pilgrims are dying, one of Saudi prince is stoning the devil in latest model of the Jeep, in quite safely! You can see at this video

Animals are being massacred at Saudi Arabia! At hajj, many animal has been slaughtered during the greater eid in barbaric ways! Please don’t watch this video if you cannot handle, it is horrible!

Human Rights Council will be led by Saudi Arabia?

While Ruhani asks United Nations to investigate Hajj disaster with justification 3 days ago, United Nations Farce: Saudi Arabia to Head UN Human Rights Council

These events happened in just one month! I didn’t mention even before. How Saudi Arabia management obtained this big concession on this planet? How they gained this privilege on this planet! And WHY!!!

Is it an accident or is it greed?

Muslims who want to become pilgrims in Saudi Arabia yesterday, have died under a crane into construction of Mecca’s Grand Mosque. The figures say that 107 people are dead. Also, there are dozens wounded in. The images in the middle. Well, what does this accident say?

Saudi Arabia is a country that has the big hotels, skyscrapers, which is they have ultra luxury spa’s inside it. Spa and pilgrimage should be quite a pair in a spiritual mission from this angle!

During last five years, many archaeological work which has very historic importance was destroyed during these so-called restorations. It’s not important historic monument that already? I guess that is the idea of ​​Saudi sheiks such as:
“How can we make these pilgrims become better pilgrims with our uncountable money.”

But, I’m confused here at some point. Why one of the five pillars of Islam by Sunni and Shiite faith is to go Hajj? Hajj is something that is done with the money. There’s no way to be pilgrimages on Hajj without pay. When the money is paid, the faith would be better?

The money then goes into the pockets of Saudi sheiks. After then we look that these sheikhs loves so much cutting heads.

Where is the belief? There are a lot of nonsense in Christianity and Judaism, but at this moment none of them is on the agenda of this atheist extraterrestrial. When the time comes it will say them too.

Anyway, while the Saudi sheiks are filling more pockets, more people will die. It is clear. One does not need a guide when the village is in sight.

Global flattery: When the money talks, the truth is silent

When the people burn each other, racism is being increased, people are becoming poorer, dictators are more strengthened, millions of people were forced to flee own countries, what are the politicians of so-called civilized world doing? All of them are slave of the global capitalist capital and all are part of this flattery game.

Of course the main subject is oil-money relationship over politicians. Last days it appears thoroughly that they do not have limits their hypocrisy. When the Saudi king died, they have been lightening with the power of money one more time. They were trying to hide the truth, but they had always good relations with the Saudi king. As if they have very bad relations with Saudi dynasty earlier, why did they make statements by seeing this as an opportunity? Saudi Arabia’s dark, rotten fundamentalist dictatorship was not a matter, somehow. The most important thing is money for politicians; it has been always like that. Maybe, we need to open a parenthesis.

The politicians think like this way, but what do the public think? Of course, policy makers are moving by the public conscience of their countries. For example, I wonder, how many people thought that supporting of ordinary citizens of Saudi Arabia when seeing their pressure under the regime. Or how many people chose to insult with saying “they are Arabs, they are living always like this,”. This way of thinking was strengthened the hands of politicians? -To see each Russian as enemy, to see each German as Nazi, to see each American as war propagandist, to see each British as pro-imperialism or etc.- All of them are wrong, then…

Anyway, this is another topic subject; let’s go back to our topic, so politicians’ flattery.

US and UK, after September 11, the Gulf petro-dollars of capital have put limits on buying large in these countries, Saudi-based financial investment agreements overturned. After a few years with major global crisis, the US, UK and EU-based financial capital, began to erode the doors of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf for financial capital large-scale investment to finance, and recovery funds. At the first time a British prime minister, together BP and the delegation is the largest monopoly bosses like Rolls Royce, visits were made to Saudi Arabia and other petro-dollars sheikhdoms with saying “Make invest to us”, “contribute to global companies and banks our rescue fund”, “Please support the IMF fund”.

With global monopoly capitalism deepening crisis, 2 trillion dollars of finding funds of Golf flowed to the banks and stock markets. According to one account, investment and partnership of the financial capital of Golf reached $ 1.5 trillion in UK and EU.

Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, the world’s largest financial capital groups such as Merrill Lynch, has been rescued with billions of dollars of Saudi-Gulf financial capital to common stock purchase. London Stock Exchange can stand with the billion dollars of investment funds of Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Petro-dollar capital is big shareholders of numerous global banks from Citigroup to Deutsche Bank, food sector like Starbuck, insurance, real estate, stock market, energy, automotive, weapons, retail, tourism, health monopoly. In addition, it is the largest sponsor of the club like Arsenal, Manchester City, Paris Saint Germain, Barcelona, Milan, Hamburg.

Foreign investments of Qatar have been occurred $ 45 billion investment in London, totaled $ 30 billion to Paris for last five years.
The most important global agreements of Qatar are buying share of Harrods with payment $ 2,3 billion, buying Shell’s %3 share with payment $ 11 billion, buying %5 Siemens share with payment $ 5 billion, to buy $ 2,4 billion Deutsche Bank shares. And plus, $ 1,3 billion investment to the HSBC Bank Tower, $ 1,5 billion investment to the Shard London. Qatar has invested millions of dollars in strategic areas in China, Turkey, Indonesia, Spain, Hong Kong and Switzerland also.

By the way, let’s look the world oil market with OECD countries

According to preliminary data, the fact is that OECD countries have increased refining, crude oil inventories, and stocks of petroleum products for the last five years, starting in August 2010.

OPEC oil production in December 2014 has increased from 30.48 mb/d to 80 kb/d. This growth in supply is the highest level in the last 35 years to reimburse the loss of supplies from Libya in connection with the escalation of and Iraq armed conflict. A top oil producer Saudi Arabia has kept unchanged production levels.

North America has provided to this growth, offsetting reduction in supplies in other regions. Latin America fell significant volumes of deliveries (150 kb/d), supply from countries. Russian oil production has fallen by about 140 kb/d year on year.

Oil production in Libya was reduced by 250 kb/d, which is the most significant reduction when compared to months for more than a year. The reason of this, the attack to vital oil export terminals in the country. In this month(december 2014), Iraq has showed record levels of exports from the southern terminals and is also very high levels from the northern terminal as a result of achieving the export deal between Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).

In the background, preparing a new round of diplomatic negotiations on the nuclear program with the participation of Iran in late June, it has entered into a long-term agreement that allows to reverse tough economic sanctions imposed on Iran by the US and EU. Until then, it remains in effect partial lifting of sanctions under preliminary agreements reached in November 2013. As part of the agreement, Iran can not export more than 1 mb/d of crude oil. During 2014 the supply of Iranian crude oil, measured from importers, about 90 kb / d exceeded the limit and were approximately 70 kb / d higher than last year.

Oil production in Kuwait has not decrease due to the prolonged stoppage of oil production at the field Khafji, with a joint venture with Saudi Arabia in the neutral zone did not demonstrate a significant change in the comparison by month and in December amounted to 2.77 mb / d. Similar trends were observed for Qatar. Oil production has increased by 50 kb/d year on month to 2.76 mb/d.

In West Africa: Nigeria’s oil production fell from 50 kb/d to 1.87 mb/d in connection with maintenance and supply disruption for a number of export destinations. Overall in 2014, Nigeria has reduced the supply of 50 kb/d to an average of 1.91 mb/d, Angola reduced deliveries from 60 kb/d to 1.66 mb/d.

I do not understand the statistics. But it appears that the direction of increasing or decreasing of oil and money. The real winners are obvious as result of the wars. As long as the politicians’ flatteries continue, this craziness will continue.

The quotes from:

http://www.cumhuriyet.com.tr/haber/dunya/207077/istanbul_a_niyet_Londra_ve_Paris_e_kismet.html

http://devrimciproletarya.net/suud-kralina-kuresel-yalakalik-kuresel-mali-sermaye-kaynasmasinin-ifadesidir/

http://petros.ru/rus/news/?action=show&id=1424

Puppets of the governments; it’s called the mainstream media

I really congratulate the mainstream media of France, United Kingdom and United States. That media type has an energy which will able to make negative news about Russia and Turkey constantly. They are unlimited ambitious. Indeed, mainstream media should have a good financial resources that they can sustain continuous unchanged this anti campaign. In particular, United Kingdom, France and the United States governments made the biggest massacres on this planet. Still they do in with many ways. They were act representative of that all kinds of inhuman behavior on this planet. But they always try to show that they are doing all these in the name of the democracy. What a democracy! Blood and war and death, all mean are the same mean with that democracy. Nowadays, the mainstream media shout almost in every single moment “democracy and justice” with making argument a terrorist organization, which is describing with that it has created by the CIA with United States government, except the western world.

I wonder if humanity is really so stupid. I don’t think so. In the Middle East, which is continuously boiling such as cauldron, why is Saudi Arabia that is the biggest bigot country in there, always taking the big support from British government? Those who know the answer to this question, they already know better what it means Russia and Turkey anti-news.