Oil prices have climbed again for the second day in a row in spite of the failure of major oil producers to agree on a output freeze at a meeting in Doha on Sunday.
The increase in oil prices will help ease fears of unrest and war in countries, whose economies are dependent on oil export revenues, and so will reduce the risk of mass immigration to Europe.
Davos boss Klaus Schwab predicted in January a billion people could head to Europe if oil and commodities prices collapse.
The price of U.S. crude oil has climbed more than 60 per cent from a February low of just over $26 a barrel and jumped to $42.63 (U.S.) a barrel on Wednesday.
Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff and Saudi Arabia seems to be the main target of the oil price collapsed engineered by the Globalists. A collapse of the regime will destabilize the Middle East already thrown into chaos by ISIS.
Saudi Arabia has been forced to borrow 10 billion dollars to plug a budget deficit caused by the sudden plunge in oil prices, triggered in part by the much hyped decision by Globalists such as George Soros, Warren Buffet and the Rockefeller family to sell oil holdings.