Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 9 years ago

Would it make sense to supply single nuke missiles to Saudi rather than let China do it for $60 billion in oil?


Middle East news sources are now reporting about a deal between Saudi Arabia and China that has been in the works since January. In fact, a member of the Saudi royal family was brought out of retirement to negotiate it. Prince Bandar, the former longtime Saudi ambassador to the United States, has tentatively worked out an agreement with the Chinese.

The Saudis want to purchase off-the-shelf nuclear missiles from China. The Dong Feng 21 medium-range ballistic missiles will carry a single nuclear warhead payload. They will be installed at bases in Saudi Arabia that are inaccessible to Iran. In return, Saudi Arabia will guarantee an unlimited supply of oil to China through the year 2035. And the oil will continue to flow despite OPEC strictures or any other problems that may beset the desert kingdom in the future.

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5 Answers

  • 9 years ago

    This is a conspiracy theory.

    The Saudi ambassador to the US would not be dealing with China, the Saudis would not purchase nuclear weapons when they're technologically advanced enough to make them themselves, they would certainly not give China free oil, and they would never choose their relationship with China over the one they have with the US.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Saudi Arabia has been on the US side since 1991, why would they deal with China?

  • 9 years ago

    Neither country can do that without violating the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty.

  • 9 years ago

    What if anything do you know about the House of Sau'd ?

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  • 9 years ago

    yes, we could sell everyone nukes but then jews would get mad

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