Tuesday, September 6, 2016

YEMEN Predictions: Don't F*ck with the Houthis (Iranian Loyalists?)

Yemen, the tiny country adjacent to Saudi Arabia situated along a critical oil and gas transport lane from the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aden, is mired in civil war between the Houthis and the Yemeni government. 

Some blame Iran who has been skilfully locking down the Middle East through alliances with terrorist networks like ISIS (see my original prediction), to name just one of many terrorist organizations controlled by the clever and emboldened Persians. Others place the blame for Yemen's civil war squarely on the shoulders of the Saudis and their allies, including the United States, who have been ruthlessly bombing the civilians of the country.

Pictured: The Houthis have armed their women for civil war, shown here marching in a recent military parade.

No matter who is to blame for this civil war, there is one thing for sure--no one outside force controls the Houthis! The Houthis will not stop until they're assured of a prominent position of authority in the country's political hierarchy, which will shift to the control of Iran's Supreme Leader, beginning in 2018.

With this in mind, it's important to keep our eyes on recent Iranian attacks on U.S. Naval ships in the opposite side of the region, in yet another critical oil and gas transport route, The Straits of Hormuz which connects the Persian Gulf (Iran) to the rest of the world. These are provocations against the United States through and through, and will lead to a U.S. incursion into Iran in 2017. 


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