“Drone Attack” on Saudi Oil – Who Benefits? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

“Drone Attack” on Saudi Oil – Who Benefits?

By Tony Cartalucci

Huge blazes were reported at two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia owned by Aramco. While Saudi authorities refused to assign blame, media outlets like the BBC immediately began insinuating either Yemen’s Houthis or Iran were responsible.

The BBC in its article, “Saudi Arabia oil facilities ablaze after drone strikes,” would inject toward the top of its article:

"Iran-aligned Houthi fighters in Yemen have been blamed for previous attacks."

Following an ambiguous and evidence-free description of the supposed attacks, the BBC even included an entire section titled, “Who could be behind the attacks?” dedicated to politically expedient speculation aimed ultimately at Tehran...

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in europe, they jacked up the prices 5% immediately.

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