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Use Drones: Houthi Allies and Saudi Installations

use drones: The weekend's news from the Gulf is a grim reminder that depending on oil leads inevitably to war too, according to National Observer. Depending on how far back you want to stand, the possibility of war with Iran stems from a calculated decision by Tehran or its Houthi allies to use drones and missiles on Saudi installations, or on the infantile rage that drove President Trump to tear up a meticulously worked out and globally sponsored accord with Iran and to wreck its economy. We are sadly accustomed by now to the idea that our reliance on oil and gas causes random but predictable outbreaks of flood, firestorm and drought. But in either case, if you really take in the whole picture, the image is rendered in crude, black tones were it not for oil, none of this would be happening. Were it not for oil, we would not be beholden to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia indeed, we might be able to bring ourselves to forthrightly condemn its savagery. Don't miss out on the latest news Sign up for our daily briefing Were it not for oil, the Middle East would not be awash in expensive weapons; its political passions would matter no more to the world than those of any other corner of our Earth. ( As reported in the news.