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arabs blackmailing America

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Submitted by ellen popper (Argentina), Jul 9, 2003 at 14:53

It seems to me that the USA is being blackmailed by such oil rich powers as Saudiarabia, who would redirect the flow of oil (to China, maybe?) if the States supported Israel´s pre-emptive acts of defense; the very same acts that US military execute when facing similar risks in Iraq, even if survival of the american nation is not in question. America is dancing to the the tune the arab fiddlers play.
What a pity!
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