American human rights activist Ajamu Baraka commented on the negative reaction of the West to the decision of OPEC + to cut oil production by 2 million barrels per day.
Barrels over i: why OPEC + decided to drastically reduce oil production
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According to him, Western politicians cannot understand why Saudi Arabia will not “serve the whites” and will not allow the G7 to manipulate the oil market in order to harm Russia.
“Unlike the Germans, the Saudis understand the rules of the game and know: today they took on Russia, and tomorrow it will be their turn,” he wrote on Twitter.
On October 8, political scientist, president of the Center for Social and Political Studies Georgy Fedorov commented on the accusations of Russia and Saudi Arabia by US President Joe Biden in the rise in gasoline prices in the country.
As the specialist noted, Biden “understands what is happening,” since earlier Saudi Arabia and the United States, having agreed, actually exacerbated the economic crisis in the USSR. Now that Russia and Saudi Arabia have common interests, the American leader takes it as a boomerang.
On October 7, Biden said that Russia and Saudi Arabia are to blame for the rise in gasoline prices in the country. The President also noted that the government is making every effort to increase jobs in the country, attract investment in companies and fight inflation.
Earlier, on October 6, Ben Marlow, a columnist for the British newspaper The Telegraph, wrote that the agreement between the OPEC countries and Russia to reduce oil production was a humiliation for Biden.
The author noted that such a decision shows the deterioration of US relations with Saudi Arabia, as well as the strengthening of its ties with Russia.