“United States of Saudi America.”
Congress met and proposed a bill that will allow September 11th victims access to file lawsuits against Saudi Arabia for harboring those linked to the World Trade Towers, The Pentagon, as well as the passengers deaths on the airlines. Saudi Arabia came back and decided to put out a statement saying that if America passed such bill, they would unload as much as $750 billion of American assets into the open market. Now, I don’t know about anyone else, but I have some questions regarding the Saudi’s response. Why do they own three quarters of a trillion dollars of American assets? And what are these assets connected to: land, natural resources, currency, our debt of other nations, or us the people. Could it be our land?
Land makes a lot of sense to me. Since America was founded, the land has been in use to mainly grow crop and sell domestically; occasional international sales. Is it possible that they own the very land we are living on? Interesting because I’ll see these men walking around with their rifles in hand saying going on about their first amendment. Stating that no one will take their guns nor their land. But if the land is the most valuable resource, then what land on yours are these men with guns referring to? If the Saudis own so much money in assets, and the land is the asset, are they majority American land owners? Maybe the reason the militarization of the police is such because the government has to protect it’s debtors assets. Can’t have groups of Americans running around town with guns, ruining the investment of it’s Allie.
Well, what if not land and instead the asset is natural resources. I mean America is leading the world in the production of so many minerals like copper, iron, bauxite, and coal. In addition the USA has large quantities of nickel, gold, and silver. Saudi Arabia on the other hand is also a major in the production of copper, iron, gold, and petroleum. So if the assets are $750 billion owned, how much are in our natural resources? so much of our infrastructure is dependent on the construction industry, energy, and forestry. But wait a minute, America has oil fields as well; with fishing as a major industry as well. What if a great deal of these resources are owned by the Saudis? This means they are the drivers behind so much of our employment in these various industries. What does the future of America jobs means under this type of ownership?
What about for instance our currency? The American dollar has been strong for decades, but has been surpassed by a few currencies (Euro and British Pound). Could that be the asset? The Saudi Arabians may own a lot of our dollars. With this being true, it could mean all kinds of financial implications for the United States. Our dollars being effected could mean the market place going haywire. As a matter of fact when the Saudis threatened to release $750 billion of US assets the US government also warned of the windfall on the world economy if this were to happen. This also means our dollars as well as global dollars of other nations as well.
But wait a minute, did I say other nation’s currencies. In addition to owing debt, Americans are debt holders as well. Well, who are those debt holders? The majority of the countries that owe the United States in debt are European nations. But the biggest countries are China and Japan. The total global debt owed to the USA is around $6 trillion. With America holding so much debt and Saudi Arabia holding our debt, then I understand the American government’s concern. This could not only cause global problems, but adversaries for Saudi Arabia as well. Some which Saudi Arabia may not want.
Now let’s think for a second, we have went through all the checklist of what they could own. But there is still something open. That open asset that Saudi Arabia could own would be manpower or us as the people. Now I know you’re thinking, come on, why would America give it’s people to their allies. Well, let me give you a little bit of a history lesson. There was something called slavery in which people were owned and forced into subjugation. Forced to work the land for free making America the richest nation on Earth when it ended. Could it be that slavery is still here, just in another form. Could it be that our hard working time put into our jobs is really to make Saudi Arabia a better nation? Hopefully not, because if so, we are nothing more than slaves, given the illusion that this is our country. An illusion that has been kept up by speculation and promises. Promises that will never be delivered.