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Omar Fanon. Patrice Lumumba. Chama Cha Mapinduzi.



The West is lying.
The West is unspeakable ingrate and shameless.
The West is Evil.


Oil Countries must unite against the West.
The West has been instigating conflicts among Oil Countries, in order to buy Crude Oil at Cheap Price.


The West caused Inflation through the Bubble Economy of Wars.

Oil Price rose.

Russia saved that West by Nord Stream 1.


The West betrayed Russia.

The U.S. too is well aware of the above.
So, the U.S. tried to negotiate with Saudi Arabia and Venezuela.



Russia must anger against the West.


* 2001年- Afghanistan War, Iraq War, etc.アフガニスタン戦争
* 2007年–2008年 world food price crisis.
* 2011年 Nord Stream 1 entered service.ノルドストリーム完成
* 2008年 Price of oil hit US$147.原油価格は1バレル当たり147ドル

All of us know that price is decided by "Supply and Demand."

2007–2008 world food price crisis
World food prices increased dramatically in 2007 and the first and second quarter of 2008,[1] creating a global crisis and causing political and economic instability and social unrest in both poor and developed nations.
Although the media spotlight focused on the riots that ensued in the face of high prices, the ongoing crisis of food insecurity had been years in the making.
Systemic causes for the worldwide increases in food prices continue to be the subject of debate.

The FAO also raised concerns about the role of hedge funds speculating on prices leading to major shifts in prices.

Nord Stream
Nord Stream is a network of offshore natural gas pipelines in Europe which run under the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany. 
Nord Stream 1 (NS1) runs from Vyborg, in northwestern Russia near Finland, and entered service in 2011.

Price of oil
4    Global oil prices: a chronology
The price rose to $80 with the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

A dramatic increase from US$50 in early 2007, to a peak of US$147 in July 2008,

On 31 January 2011, the Brent price hit $100 a barrel briefly for the first time since October 2008, on concerns that the 2011 Egyptian protests would "lead to the closure of the Suez Canal and disrupt oil supplies".
For about three and half years the price largely remained in the $90–$120 range.

From 2004 to 2014, OPEC was setting the global price of oil.
OPEC started setting a target price range of $100–110/bbl before the 2008 financial crisis[28]: 10  —by July 2008 the price of oil had reached its all-time peak of US$147 before it plunged to US$34 in December 2008, during the financial crisis of 2007–2008.