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US-Saudi Aggression Is Failing to Steal Yemen's Oil Under Drone Strikes

Yemen:  One of the gates of organized international corruption is taking place in many Arab countries in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen, where people's wealth is stolen and plundered in the name of liberating the country.

Today in Yemen, the enemy has turned back in disappointment, as all its attempts to plunder and steal oil and gas are no longer feasible, even if the hands of thieves continue to tamper with the country's wealth of gold in Hadramout, for example.

Professor of Political Sociology, Dr. Abdul-Malik Issa, reads the scene with the decline of the occupier's fortunes to far limits, while the chess pieces indicate that Sana'a achieved real points and gains. These gains constituted a crushing blow to a global mafia that defrauds the peoples and countries of the world wherever the opportunity arises.

According to Dr. Issa: “The countries involved in aggression against Yemen were able to control Yemen’s oil and gas throughout the last period, that is, from before the aggressive war until a month from now. As Yemeni oil was one of the largest means of global financial corruption in which senior officers of the American and British army traded; under the pretext of protecting it. There is a huge amount of corruption covered by the US through the sale of Yemeni oil and the supply of its revenues to the National Bank of Saudi Arabia. So the American, the British, the Israeli, the Emirati and the Saudi get their share away from the Central Bank of Yemen, which is the basis for supplying any sums of money for the benefit of the Yemeni state.”

For more goals related to securing multipolar plundering networks, the role of the Central Bank of Yemen in Aden was sidelined. As Dr. Issa says, "Despite the transfer of the Central Bank of Yemen to the city of Aden and its remaining under the control of mercenaries, agents of US and Saudi Arabia, the large sums of money stolen from Yemeni oil were not supplied to it, but rather to the National Bank of Saudi Arabia. The goal is for the Americans and the Saudis to have complete financial control over the mercenaries and also to obtain special financial privileges away from the eyes of the mercenaries, so that the issue of corruption that is done with the money of the Yemeni people will not be leaked. This is what Sana'a realized, and set its sights on the issue of protecting the Yemeni rights looted from oil and gas. So that three drone operations were launched as warning messages to prevent the organized looting that is being conducted by the US and Saudi ambassadors to Yemen.”

The entry of Sana’a into the last front line despite the post-truce calm is an indication of political acumen and the ability to play cards within a regional and international game in which Sana’a appears as a real player within the conflict scene. Where the fragility of the role of mercenaries is revealed as tools of war management, nothing more.

Dr. Abdul-Malik Issa says that today, Sana’a entered as a regional deterrent force in front of the organized looting led by the US through its ambassador, and that the entry of mercenaries on the oil export line is nothing but an attempt to hide to laugh at the world that there are Yemenis who export oil. It is nothing but a lie in front of international and American public opinion. What was implemented in Yemen is the same as what Washington’s policy is implementing in Libya, Syria and Iraq through absolute control of oil and gas sources and benefiting from it through the great financial corruption in which American, British, Saudi, Emirati and other military, security and political leaders enter. This is what facilitates the tasks of the Americans and the West, as limited American forces that do not exceed hundreds of personnel control the oil of the Arab world from Libya to Iraq, including Yemen and Syria.

Issa adds: "All this, in addition to the great financial corruption, is also being spent on the costs of the aggression against Yemen with the money of the Yemeni people by plundering the wealth of this patient and steadfast people."

International Equation

The data of international politics and the reality of the apparent and hidden international conflict around the world seem to help Yemen overcome the difficult stage in order to burn the stages that will lead to positive results.
As the political sociology professor continues, Sana’a "imposed itself at the regional level as a deterrent force that cannot be bypassed. Neither the US can launch a major aggression nor Saudi Arabia nor anyone else. It has consumed all its forces during eight years of aggression, especially due to the international military circumstances of the Ukrainian-Russian war and tension with Iran and China. Therefore, it currently wants to cool the fronts and control them and prevent any new war with Sana’a from igniting. It tries to falter in the negotiations without enabling Sana'a to do anything, and to play on the time factor. Negotiations, peace, or any other matters are not settled except for faltering."

However, Sana'a, as Issa says, realizes the reality of this matter and will not allow faltering, as it has a specific time and at that time it will take the initiative and put the Americans, the British, the Israelis, the Emiratis and the Saudis in the corner and achieve the aspirations of the Yemeni people for salvation and emancipation. This is what the Leader of the Revolution Sayyed Abdulmalik Badr al-Din al-Houthi announces on an ongoing basis and what President Mahdi al-Mashat and other politicians in Sana'a talk about.

Perhaps what we have referred to regarding the occupier's efforts to falter and play on the time factor will not be effective. This is one of the most important reasons for not renewing the truce again so that the decision belongs to the Yemeni people when it is taken in the coming days, which may be soon, according to Dr. Issa. The Yemeni people have absolute confidence in the leadership of Sayyed Abdulmalik Badr al-Din al-Houthi and are awaiting directions to move to turn the tables on the occupier and the thieves of the world.

On the economic side, Sana'a shows the ability to scatter the cards and tools of aggression. The three Sana’a operations to prevent the looting of Yemeni oil represented a fatal blow to the countries involved in aggression. After stopping this looting of Yemeni oil, according to prominent economic analyst Salim Al-Jadabi, these countries have become unable to finance the bill of aggression against Yemen. So that it has the option to finance this bill from its treasury, which incurred a lot, especially since the kingdom Saudi Arabia is facing many economic problems after it has exhausted many of the Saudi sovereign reserve balances to the limits of 50 percent of that large cash reserve, which was before the aggression up to 1000 billion.

USA and Its Allies in the West

The American mind is distracted between its Arab agents and followers in the West, as the state of growing conflict with China, Russia and Iran dominates its interests, forcing the Americans to give the West, which is loyal to it, some attention. That is why, as the analyst Salim al-Ja’dabi says, the US is in an urgent need to secure the needs of its mercenaries among the leaders of the European Union, who are now facing two issues from their people. Whereas, European citizens are shouting at European officials and leaders, saying: What is our fault for entering into a war with Russia!? Rather, why do we reap the effects of this war? Thus, they need to secure their needs of oil and gas, and they have no other resources than to loot the wealth of Yemen and the Arab peoples in Syria, Iraq and Libya, just as the plan was to loot Lebanon's gas, which the Lebanese resistance was on the lookout for.

The researcher and analyst Al-Ja'dabi asserts that the oil wealth that has been looted from Yemen's fields until today is enough to cover the state's salary bill for a period that exceeds what was talked about in the media much.

“The total amounts that were looted during the aggression until the end of October 2022 amount to about 22 billion dollars, which is enough to pay the salaries of state employees for more than 15 years,” Al-Ja’adbi says.” At a time when the Yemeni people demand their salaries, the American ambassador appears and says that this is extremism. With this behavior he shows great intransigence, aiming to loot Yemen's wealth, and therefore the Yemeni people must know who is plundering their wealth and preventing the payment of their salaries.”

The other point is that all these revenues were supplied to the National Bank of Saudi Arabia, and through it, senior mercenaries were funded to finance their mercenaries and pay the war bill.

When Saudi Arabia showed that it has the credit for the Yemeni people by paying two billion as a deposit one day, it is lying, as the people at that time do not know the truth from where they paid the deposit that the occupiers for years.

As the economic analyst Al-Jadabi points out, the deposit and other funds provided to Yemen are from the money of the Yemeni people and from the total of 22 billion Yemeni oil revenues mentioned in the National Bank of Saudi Arabia.

With Sana'a turning the tables on the looters of Yemen's wealth, the situation of the countries involved in aggression and their mercenaries has become very embarrassing. They did not find the funds that are mainly intended for the destruction of the country, so the mercenary Rashad Al-Alimi appeared and launched a distress call to his masters that the Saudi-backed government is unable to fulfill its obligations. We witnessed how he was met by the US ambassador and the ambassadors of the ten countries, and then they talked about granting him 300 million dollars of special drawing rights. It should be noted that this drawing is tantamount to loans to the Yemeni people, with weekly interest, according to the analyst, Al-Ja'dabi.

Al-Ja'dabi confirms the close connection between the Americans and the recent attempts to steal oil, saying: "The aggression, the US and Britain were keen to carry out the usual looting operations. We clearly noticed how the US ambassador appeared after striking the ship that tried to loot the amount of oil through the port of Qena in Shabwa. And his appearance before that in Hadramout, and as soon as he left Hadhramaut, the ship entered after he gave them assurances. He was also present on the same day that the last ship, the Britica, entered Hadramout to loot two million barrels of oil.”

Al-Ja'dabi presents observations related to US thieves' transgression of covenants. They were not content with stealthy looting, but the matter reached their movement of war pieces that confirm the extent of American arrogance. This is what Al-Ja’dabi saw as calling for observation as a very serious observation. As the commercial ships that tried to plunder began to enter with warships, and this is an attempt and piracy that violates all covenants between countries, most notably the United Nations charters. However, the Yemeni forces were on the lookout for them and the tables were turned upside down.

The West appears to need oil and gas and that is why we saw how the French ambassador was being slapped, while demonstrations were taking place all over Europe. That is why they are keen to smuggle Yemeni oil. As for the mercenaries, according to the economic concept, they remain “table cats.” They have nothing but crumbs and small amounts, while the bulk goes to the Saudi National Bank to finance the bill for their war against Yemen and the Yemeni people. And for the continuation of this plundering, the aggression tried to search for alternative ports after it blocked the ports for the Americans and the British to loot oil through the well-known ports of Shabwa and Hadramout. They tried to resort to an alternative, such as the historic port of Qena in Shabwa, but they were surprised by the careful reconnaissance and monitoring of their mean movements. And this was a crushing blow to the aggression that scattered the cards of the game that were in their hands.

The economic analyst concludes by saying: "In the end, the aggression is forced to acquiesce in the decision of the Yemeni people, otherwise they will regret it, as the leader of the revolution said. And as they were warned, it will not target the oil facilities or ships that loot Yemeni oil, but rather the oil facilities in the countries involved in aggression like Saudi Arabia and the UAE, including the oil and shipping companies operating there. Therefore, if they do not heed Sanaa's warning, they will enter a dangerous curve, and all energy supplies in the world will be affected, especially with the winter season, which may become disastrous for the Europeans, mercenaries and countries involved in aggression.”

Translated report by Almasirah English website

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