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Why One Bank Thinks Iran’s Next Move ‘May Not Involve Oil At All’

It may be counterproductive to engineer a large supply disruption.

It may be counterproductive to engineer a large supply disruption.
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5 comments on “Why One Bank Thinks Iran’s Next Move ‘May Not Involve Oil At All’

  1. They said it would be “direct and proportional “. Methinks there’s possibly an Iranian checking Pompeo’s whereabouts.

  2. If it’s to be a proportional strike I think Pompeo is safe. I think all Trump’s advisors and appointments are safe. Can you picture a million Americans weeping and beating their chests in Pompeo’s funeral procession?? I sure can’t.

    • Anonymous

      Certainly none of us here would attend and/or weep at Pompeo’s funeral. BUT… I (unfortunately) could envision 1,000,000 MAGA-hat wearing, Muslim-hating, “red-blooded” Americans gathering if such a drastic action were taken (and claimed) by the Iranian regime. The last few years have taught me to never again doubt the small-mindedness of certain swaths of the American populace. Good luck to us all…!

  3. The problem is simple the answer (obvious) maybe ???? Iran has to react…Trump will in turn overreact…Are there enough sane players to throttle the process ??? Maybe not !!!!

  4. We intercepted no transmissions. This is a consular ship. We’re on a diplomatic mission…
    If this is a consular ship, where is the Ambassador?

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