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Obama Appeasement Of Iran May Have Unexpected Benefits

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Submitted by Dave (United States), Jan 6, 2015 at 07:10

It could be that the CIA's new, higher estimate of the Persian portion was meant to appease Iran. Related to that, I read that the Saudis are very worried about the Obama administration appeasing Iran in the nuke talks, which could explain their refusal to limit oil production despite falling prices, in an effort to harm Iran and its nuke development.

If so, I say "shukran" to the Saudis.

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