Thursday, January 5, 2012

Adding fuel to a financial fire?

Al Jazeera just reported (over the air, sorry no link) that Greece imports 35% of its oil from Iran.

What effect do you suppose it will have on their teetering economy if they lose access to such a large chunk of their energy supply?

The only question is... have anti-Iran forces failed to consider this possible consequence? or is it a bonus — or worse, an intended result?

1 comment:

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