Friday, October 31, 2014

Private auto used as a weapon, another reason to abolish it

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

#JohnCantlie humiliates western media propaganda machine

50 Countries have aligned to try to stop the Islamic State. They need to control the production and flow of gas and oil from Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and the Caspian area.

They are dependent on a system of cars and sprawl. If private cars were abolished, energy waste would be reduced, and many systems would go bankrupt.

They have to win the media war against the Islamic State to keep this control.

John Cantlie, an #IS hostage, is reporting the truth and exposing their lies.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Oman plans public transport system to ease traffic woes

The National: "MUSCAT// Facing rapid population growth, daily traffic jams and a reputation for some of the world’s most dangerous roads, Oman is turning to public transit.

The government has commissioned a Spanish consulting firm to create a master plan for a bus and light-rail network in Muscat."

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Why Saudi Arabia will fall to #IslamicState #ISIS

US admits failure after three years in Syria, will start over from scratch. #energywars

McClatchy DC: "WASHINGTON — John Allen, the retired Marine general in charge of coordinating the U.S.-led coalition’s response to the Islamic State, confirmed Wednesday what Syrian rebel commanders have complained about for months – that the United States is ditching the old Free Syrian Army and building its own local ground force to use primarily in the fight against the Islamist extremists."

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

This is why #ISIS is so successful

Time to switch to public transit

Saudi Arabia News: "We, in Saudi Arabia, are also facing a similar situation. Actually, we have never thought about a public transport system due to obvious reasons: Fuel prices are very low and there is no import tax on cars, there is no parking fee in the cities.
Due to the above reasons, owning and maintaining a car is easier in the Kingdom. That is why the idea of public transportation never appealed the Saudis. On the contrary, keeping a car is very expensive in other parts of the world — fuel prices are high, one has to pay toll taxes and parking fee."

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Why Saudi Arabia will fall to #IslamicState