06/23/2017 (Fri) 19:05:32
>>8127>But what happens if Qatar doesn't comply? War?
This. An ultimatum is nice and all but the 'what if' is at least as important.>>8128>I assume a market war. Prepare for oil prices to tank.
Sounds plausible. An actual armed conflict could lead to confrontation with Turkey it seems with their troops there. And Turkey is a member of NATO.
Could the Saudis and the other Gulf countries fuck with the oil prices so much that it would seem easier for everyone else to pressure Qatar to give in?>>8115>Saudis: hey people Qatar is an ally of Iran! also terrorist>Quatar: no we aren't>Saudis employ economic sanctions so the only connection left for Quatar is Iran>Saudis: hey people Qatar's only supporter is Iran we told you they are allies!!!
Is this going to be enough to justify whatever they are planning?