Friday, May 18, 2018

On Wednesday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Riyadh's break-even oil price for 2018 is likely to be around $88 a barrel. North Sea Brent is currently trading down around $74 a barrel.

On Wednesday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Riyadh's break-even oil price for 2018 is likely to be around $88 a barrel. North Sea Brent is currently trading down around $74 a barrel.

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Transphobic Congressional Hopeful Berates Person Inside Public Restroom

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What a nut bully not seen rr with any gender use? 

Transphobic Congressional Hopeful Berates Person Inside Public Restroom

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jazmina-saavendra-transphobic-bathroom-viral-video_us_5afdba36e4b0779345d720f9

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Fox News: Ex-Playboy model, child die after falling out of New York City hotel, reports say


Ex-Playboy model, child die after falling out of New York City hotel, reports say
Fox News

The woman who plunged to her death Friday along with her 7-year-old child after falling off of a New York City penthouse suite has been identified as former Playboy centerfold model Stephanie Adams. Read the full story


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Thursday, May 17, 2018

: Arab Intel Says Saudi Crown Prince Likely Killed in Coup

Thu May 17, 2018 2:57
Daily: Arab Intel Says Saudi Crown Prince Likely Killed in Coup
Daily: Arab Intel Says Saudi Crown Prince Likely Killed in Coup
TEHRAN (FNA)- Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is likely dead after an assassination attempt on his life last month, a Persian-language daily reported claiming intel from the security service of an Arab state.

According to the Persian-language newspaper, Keyhan, a secret service report sent to the senior officials of an unnamed Arab state disclosed that bin Salman has been hit by two bullets during the April 21 attack on his palace, adding that he might well be dead as he has never appeared in the public eversince.

Heavy gunfire was heard near the Saudi King's palace in Riyadh Saudi Arabia on April 21, while King Salman was taken to a US bunker at an airbase in the city.

A growing number of videos surfaced the media at the time displaying that a heavy gunfire erupted around King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud's palace in the capital, Riyadh.

Reports said the king and his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, were evacuated to a bunker at an airbase in the city that is under the protection of the US troops.

While Saudi officials and media were quiet over the incident, there were contradicting reports over the incident. Witnesses and residents of the neighborhoods near the palace said a coup was underway, adding that the soldiers attacking the palace were guided by footage and intel they were receiving from a drone flying over the palace.

Saudi opposition members claimed that "a senior ground force officer has led a raid on the palace to kill the king and the crown prince".

Videos also showed that a growing number of armored vehicles were deployed around the palace. 'Bin Salman's special guard' then took charge of security in the capital. Riyadh's sky was then closed to all civil and military flights as military helicopters from 'Bin Salman's special guard' were flying over the palace.

Bin Salman was a man who almost often appeared before the media but his 27-day absence since the gunfire in Riyadh has raised questions about his health.

Saudi Arabia, the world's top oil exporter, has witnessed a series of radical political changes over the past year as Mohammed bin Salman ousted his cousin as crown prince and jailed well-known princes in an anti-corruption purge.

Moreover, bin Salman oversees social and economic reforms that have been censured by several powerful Wahhabi clerics.

Saudi Arabia is also embroiled in a long running conflict in its Southern neighbor Yemen, dubbed by the United Nations as the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

Notably, bin Salman made no media appearance during the April 28 visit of the newly-appointed US State Secretary Mike Pompeo to Riyadh, his first foreign trip as the top US diplomat.

During his stay in Riyadh, Saudi media outlets published images of Pompeo's meetings with King Salman and Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir.

This is while the state-run outlets used to publish images of meetings in Riyadh between bin Salman and former US secretary of state Rex Tillerson.

A few days after the April 21 incident, Saudi media published footage and images of bin Salman meeting several Saudi and foreign officials. But the date of the meetings could not be verified, so the release of the videos could be aimed at dispelling rumors about bin Salman's conditions.

It is not clear if bin Salman's disappearance is due to reasons such as him feeling threatened or being injured in the incident.


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Tuesday, May 8, 2018

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What Karl Marx Got Right -- And One Big Thing He Got Wrong

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What Karl Marx Got Right -- And One Big Thing He Got Wrong

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/opinion-kuttner-marx-birthday_us_5aef7840e4b0c4f19323e376

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Monday, May 7, 2018

Re: POLITICO: Trump grows frustrated with Giuliani as Stormy Daniels drama rages on

Publicity and staying on the headlines is oxygen to Giuliani. He considers himself no less than "The Terminator of the 9/11 drama". He will do more harm to Trump than good.

Things are likely to get more stormier progressively, as the Mueller's inevitable subpoena nears. This is the month.

And yet, come to think of it, what is unfolding is really nothing compared to what was happening this time exactly 20 years ago.
We all have short memories, even without Sir Alzheimer's!

Remember Ken Starr (he would love to dive in again) and Clinton redefining sex in the courtroom by saying that he had only inserted a cigar tube inside, not his manhood? Turned out to be a lie and he was impeached. The blue dress (with the stain) did not make it to the laundry after all. Monica is a celebrity now and Stormy Daniels is hoping to get that upgrade as well - soon.

The circus continues to perform well and entertain us!


Siraj
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Subject: POLITICO: Trump grows frustrated with Giuliani as Stormy Daniels drama rages on


Trump grows frustrated with Giuliani as Stormy Daniels drama rages on
POLITICO
The recent shakeups of the president's personal and White House legal teams have done little to calm things down amid escalating questions about hush money payments. Read the full story

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