A revolution in Saudi Arabia has the potential to become the most serious crisis the west has faced since World War II, and, in a worst-case scenario, the worst crisis the world has ever faced. The reason for this is, not only is this oil essential to the life of man on this planet, it is also potentially possible to set some of the enormous oil pools on fire, which would be an irrecoverable human and environmental catastrophe. In January and February of 1991, some Kuwaiti oil pools were ignited by Iraq and burned at a rate of 6 million barrels a day. Sabotage of the larger Saudi pools is just as feasable, and could ruin the world.
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