Arab league in a whirlwind or Qatari propaganda? UAE leader plots to break up Saudi Arabia

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  1. Wei

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    Saudis are savage monkeys. Them and Iranians are the worst of the worst. UAE is probably mad that Saudi isn't modernizing and will have nothing to offer the world once oil falls off. That's why you see UAE going hard with port management and building oversea prescence they want to be relevant in the future even after oil stops.
     
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    The Arabs are losing confidence in Saudi Arabia. The prince is making constant erratic decisions such as the war in Yemen, and the
    stupid decision to detain the PM of Lebannon, all of which has given Iran the upper hand in the region.
     
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    Saudi Arabia vs Iran isn't a sunni-shiite feud, it's all about the geopolitical aspirations of Saudi Arabia. Oil is losing importance with clean energy being the better alternative. Natrual gas will overtake oil as the most important natrual resource.

    Guess what? The world's largest gas deposit was found between Iran and Qatar. They agreed to work together and share the resources. That's why Qatar is being isolated.
     
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    Saudi is being drained financially by expensive purchases of American weaponry, wars in Yemen and Syria.

    The prince has signed billion dollar deals with justified with ambitious results.

    Saudi could still have good living standards but must reduce luxury expenses.
     
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