Boycott Wahhabi Products
Wahhabi terrorism will never disappear if the Wahhabi- Salafi- and Brotherhood doctrine upheld by the Wahhabi States rulers is not eradicated. These doctrines not only encourage, but actually demand terrorism from their members. Hence terrorist attacks and terrorism wars are conducted.
The Wahhabi States promised President Trump in May 2017 to stop funding terrorists directly and indirectly. However, history has shown that promises by these countries are not upheld, usually. The current rift between Qatar and Saudi Arabia, UAE and Bahrain illustrates it. The Wahhabi States accuse each other of still funding the terrorists (which is true). Illustrating the worthlessness of earlier Wahhabi promises.
Therefore boycotts are needed to make the Wahhabi States aware that they cannot fool us anymore. A successful boycott will make these nations realize that we are able to boycott them ruthlessly. Full financial control they have to handover, otherwise we are going to be tricked
Power of Boycotts
Massively supported consumer boycotts will have a devastating effect on the economy of the Wahhabi States. Boycotts damages the imago of a Nation for a long time.
No Wahhabi State can afford its economy to be in shatters. Therefore boycotts are the only force to coerce the Wahhabi States not to produce and support terrorists anymore and to abandon the Wahhabism, Salafism and Brotherhood doctrines totally
To Stop the Killings we have to make the Wahhabi Gulf States
Saudi Arabia, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Bahrain
Fear for a Collapse of their Economies.
What products to Boycott
The boycott products will be specified as well as not complying oil and gas distribution companies. We will focus a boycott on the following kind of products and services:
- Oil and gas products
- Passenger transportation
Oil and Gas
Oil and Gas are the most important export products for all Wahhabi Gulf State countries. In Europe Kuwait sells also gasoline under its own brands, but only in Europe.
We call on you to boycott the brands of Kuwait Petroleum: Q8, Q8 Easy, OKQ8, Tango and F24. There are 4.400 gasoline stations carrying these brands in Europe. These are very easy to boycott for consumers. Please do so.
If the Kuwait Petroleum Gasoline Brands boycott is successful we will approach Asian, European and American oil & gas companies and countries not to buy oil and gas from the Wahhabi Gulf States. If an oil or gas company doesn’t want to cooperate we will call you up to boycott its products.
A lot of Passenger Transportation in the world is done by airlines of the Wahhabi Gulf States. The combined turnover of the airlines is nearly: $50billion, transporting over 100 million passengers per year. So boycotting these airlines has a very serious impact. The Emirates is the biggest airline with a turnover of US $21 billion followed by Saudia, Etihad and Qatar Airways. We consumers can easily boycott these mostly government owned airlines by not buying tickets and to stimulate everybody else to do the same.
We aim at 50% less passengers. It would result in losses exceeding $10 billion.
Example Emirates, UAE: One passenger less on every flight implies $30 million per year less income. 50% is a deduction of in average 200 passengers per flight. Resulting in $6 billion loss of income on a 2016-2017 profit of $364 million. Leading to a loss of $5,6 billion.
A loss for Emirates of $5,4 billion is devastating, like for the other Wahhabi airlines proportionally too. Ruined in 2 years Thus their Wahhabi State owners have a stimulus to talk.
- UAE : Emirates, Etihad and FlyDubai
- Qatar : Qatar Airways
- Arabia : Saudia
- Kuwait : Kuwait Airways
- Bahrain : Gulf Air
Etihad and Qatar Airways have minority holdings in other airlines. These airlines are therefore also subject to our boycott.
Minority holdings Etihad:
Alitalia, Air Berlin, Jet Airways (India),
Air Serbia, Virgin Australia, Air Seychelles
Minority Holdings Qatar:
British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus,
The third boycott target is Investments. These can be distinguished in:
- Loans on the Capital Market
- Shares and IPO’s
- Unloading Investments done by Wahhabi
Wahhabi Gulf State countries and their companies borrow regularly on the market. For instance, the government of Saudi Arabia and of Qatar borrowed respectively US $17.5 and $9billion in 2016. We would like institutional investors and their stakeholders to take responsibility and to resist any future participation in government and company loans (bond sales).
We urge investors not to buy shares of Gulf State companies like Saudi’s oil producer Aramco, going public in 2018 or 2019. We also request investors to sell shares they already own of companies in these countries.
We are going to target the Saudi Aramco IPO specifically to let it fail. So we will focus on convincing potential investors not to participate in this terrorism enhancing IPO
No access to the capital market starves countries and companies from needed fresh capital and can cause profound financial trouble. So persuading institutional investors like pension funds, life insurance companies and others not to participate in loans or bonds has a serious impact.
Not buying and selling already owned company shares could crush the stock price causing problems for companies.
Several Wahhabi Gulf States have invested in Western, African and Asian companies and treasuries. Unloading these investments can lead to an excessive liquidity problem for the Wahhabi, assuming that others don’t want their money too. This can drive their revenues and currency down
Due to their oil and gas dependence all Gulf States have financial problems, because oil and gas prices are still low.
Financially Saudi Arabia seems to be the most vulnerable. Not only due to oil, but also because its intervention in the civil war in Yemen consumes a lot of money.
Furthermore, around 25% of the Saudi’s live under or at subsistence level. There is dissatisfaction among tribes who are not Wahhabi. There is by far not enough work for younger graduated people. The nomination of Mohamed bin Salman to Crown Prince has caused resentment in the Saudi family. The oppressed but numerous Shia populations in East Saudi Arabia are a powder keg. Most oil wells are located there.
Qatar is for nearly 95% oil and gas dependent and is currently boycotted by Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt due to internal Wahhabi disagreements. In Bahrain the Shia population, 65% of the total population, feels heavily oppressed. The United Arab Emirates is extra vulnerable in their service sector. Passenger transportation is a substantial revenue stream, but more importantly a big job creator. Kuwait is vulnerable due her very easy to boycott gasoline stations in Europe.
A boycott will hardly hurt us oil-purchasing countries in the first six months. There is an abundance of oil and gas available, there is over-production and the storages are full. Enough time to increase oil and gas production in countries like Russia, Iran, Iraq, Venezuela and the USA.
The export products for these countries are mainly oil and gas. Services like passenger transportation are not counted as a product and not registered by the OEC.
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