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Over the past few weeks I have been watching the situation building in the Persian Gulf, between Iran and its allies, the United States, Saudi Arabia, the various Gulf States, and Israel.

The situation has grown more tense through the threats of the Trump Administration, its increasingly punishing sanctions on Iran, and its deployment of additional Naval and Air Force units. Iran’s economy is on the verge of collapse, and over the past few weeks there have been attacks on tankers in the waters in the Gulf of Oman, which lays just outside the Straits of Hormuz, the vital passage through which passes much of the oil produced in the Middle East for the world markets, especially Asian markets.

I am a naturally suspicious person. When things like this happen I ask “why this, why these people, and why now?” Or in the cases when…

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7 thoughts on “Why this, Why now? The Attacks on Tankers in the Gulf of Oman

  1. Pingback: Why this, Why now? The Attacks on Tankers in the Gulf of Oman | sdbast

  2. “When I see something like this I think of the Gulf of Tonkin incident which led to a massive escalation of the United States military involvement in Vietnam. But my question is, who is behind it?” [Excerpt from Padre Steve’s post]
    ~ I thought the same thing, Robert. The Military Industrial Complex is probably salivating at the prospect of another great war.

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