Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Bahrain, Heritage Foundation, Index of Economic Freedom, Islam, Israel, Jordan, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Zionist on January 16, 2013 |
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Despite the rhetoric of anti-Islam bashers, including those regularly featured by the Zionist controllers of Coast to Coast AM, five Muslim countries are ranked more economically free than Israel in the conservative Heritage Foundation’s 2013 Index of Economic Freedom.
They are (with an index out of 100):
12th Bahrain (75.5)
27th Qatar (71.3)
28th United Arab Emirates (71.1)
33rd Jordan (70.4)
45th Oman (68.1)
Israel is ranked in 51st place with a 66.9/100 index, embarrassingly only slightly ahead of Jamaica, with an index of 66.8.
The excuse may be that they are rich Gulf oil states, but Saudi Arabia is in 82nd place, and Jordan is a notable exception, showing that lots of oil doesn’t equal a high economic freedom rating, nor is it a necessity.
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Bahrain, Brent Crude, Egypt, Lindsey Williams, Middle East, oil, prediction, Tunisia, West Texas Intermediate, Yemen on May 2, 2011 |
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In October 2010, Pastor Lindsey Williams shared his insider prediction that the price of crude oil would be headed to between $150 and $200 USD a barrel within four to six months.
Six months later, at 6 PM Eastern Standard Time on May 2, 2011, West Texas Intermediate Crude is trading at $113.52 USD a barrel, and Brent Crude at $125.12 a barrel, so that prediction didn’t come true, unlike his prediction that there would be a major event in the Middle East, of which there were plenty, with the likes of the uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain and Syria.
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