Drone Attack on Saudi Oil Fields

This prediction has happened. Please pray for civility.

PREDICTIONS 9-12-18 I had a visual of Saudi Arabia, in the corner Spirit showed several dots popping. They could be talking about Yemen. Something horrible was taking place. Perhaps massive bombing.

17 responses to “Drone Attack on Saudi Oil Fields”

  1. Nathan Fleischman Avatar
    Nathan Fleischman

    Did you hear about Brett Kavanaugh? A bombshell has been published.

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      Yes, starting to understand why they predicted he eventually resigns.

    2. Rmf Avatar

      New York Times reported the accuser does not recall the incident.

      1. Sara Avatar

        Rmf – You’re confusing two separate accounts. Ramirez does remember and has a lot of corroboration; Holman doesn’t – though classmates do.

        The NYT’s report you’re referring to is of an entirely seperate incident. Max Stier says he saw Kavanaugh with his pants down at a different party. The woman involved doesn’t recall the incident. This has nothing to do with Ramirez.

        Republicans dismissed Ramirez because they said there was no corroboration and it was a last minute smear to derail Kavanaugh. Now 7 people said Ramirez told them about the incident before Kavanaugh became a judge.

        The WH and Senate GOP also drastically limited the FBI inquiries too.

    3. Sara Avatar

      It upset me that Kavanaugh was appointed, despite the accusations. Worse was the ‘investigation’, because the FBI didn’t interview all the people involved–I read that some witnesses tried to get in touch with the FBI in vain.
      They didn’t even interview the accuser, they just watched video of her testimony to Congress and said that was adequate. Any competent investigator knows that you need to interview all subjects again, that’s basic. The investigation was completely bungled.

      It makes me wonder how many of these “powerful men” might actually be guilty of similar assaults and rapes. I could be wrong, and I hope I am, but I suspect that at least some of the men who supported Kavanaugh did so because they, too, had hurt women in the past and were sticking together to make it harder to bring them to justice.

      Sorry for the rant, I’m just so tired of people ignoring rape or trying to pretend it’s just part of the “boys will be boys” culture—real men do not assault women.

      1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

        Yes they pushed him through.

  2. Nreekay Avatar

    Does something come of this bombing in Saudi Arabia?

    1. Eric Leigh-Pink Avatar

      They warn the US not to go to war, it would be horribly bloody the prediction which is actually old, they definitely knew this was coming: https://worldwidepredictions.com/2017/11/30/predictions-11-30-17/

    2. Sara Avatar

      Yikes, I hope this doesn’t escalate any further.

  3. Cody Avatar

    Yemen’s Houthi rebels – which are backed by Iran – have claimed responsibility, and a Houthi spokesperson said that the attacks are related to the devastating Saudi-US genocidal war in Yemen, which has led to a catastrophic famine and humanitarian crisis; left almost 100,000 people dead, including scores of civilians.

    1. Sara Avatar

      Cody — Violence isn’t the answer, yet I’m surprised they held back from bombing Saudi Arabia this long since the Saudi’s – with the aid of US; starting with Obama and continuing with Trump – have been bombing their country of Yemen with US bombs for more than half a decade. Unlike in Yemen, no one was fortunately killed in this Saudi bombing.

  4. Cody Avatar

    Sara — He said, she said…

    “spokesman for a Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen said a preliminary investigation found that the strikes did not originate in Yemen, contradicting the claims of responsibility by Yemeni rebels. he did not specify where the attacks originated.”


  5. star48 Avatar


    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo described the weekend bombing on Saudi oil facilities as an “act of war” and that they were an “Iranian attack” on one of the world’s largest oil processing facilities.


  6. Trevor Avatar

    All of these Iranian acts against oil-related targets has to do with crippling US sanctions targeting Iran’s leaders, oil and trade. The US violated the Iran Deal first by pulling out first just so they could slap on crippling sanctions – against a country that was abiding by the deal – in order to hopefully break the country and bring about regime change that’s favorable to US, Saudi and Israeli interests.

    Funny how the US is more outraged by this act against Saudi Arabia than the Saudi genocide that the US is aiding in Yemen.

    Why are we still allied with and defending the country where 15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers came from? Oil and weapons sales. Pretty disgusting and hypocritical of the US if you ask me.

    1. Trevor Avatar

      US empire outraged over Iranian strike that hit Saudi oil fields (and killed no one); US empire not outraged over US drone strike that just killed THIRTY civilians in Afghanistan. Surprise, not surprised. 😀

      “U.S. drone strike kills 30 pine nut farm workers in Afghanistan”


      1. NReekay Avatar

        Well said on both posts! I agree 100%.

    2. Sara Avatar

      I don’t have a good understanding of what’s going on in Yemen, or who the various factions are who are fighting…..but it ‘s horrible that civilians are being killed. I hope things calm down there, and that things calm down between Iran and the US as well. A lot of innocent lives are at stake.

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