Saudi-Yemeni War More Complicated Than We Assume
Trend forecaster Gerald Celente just made an interesting point in an interview with King World News:
Most people don’t realize this but most of the existing workers in the Saudi oil fields are Yemenese. And there are over 4 million Yemenese in Saudi Arabia. So if there is an attack against Saudi Arabia, the situation could unravel very quickly. This would also have the effect of totally destabilizing global equity markets, which have only been fueled to bubble valuations by cheap money.
What could possibly go wrong?
Postscript: According to the Washington Post, the Saudi foreign minister puts the number of Yemenis living illegally in Saudi Arabia at 2 to 3 million. Added to the 800,000 to 1,000,000 that are there legally, the number approaches Celente’s estimate of 4 million.