Video id : A6yhsHf6TP8
ImmersiveAmbientModecolor: #e0d7b7 (color 1)
Video Format : 22 (720p) openh264 ( https://github.com/cisco/openh264) mp4a.40.2 | 44100Hz
Audio Format: Opus - Normalized audio
PokeTubeEncryptID: 2f916e9e82b70c9b62bddef209531cb8982a8f3bf3466d0460e69d5d18231c54c1827ddf3c89ac68f53fa70fbf7a7ad5
Proxy : eu-proxy.poketube.fun - refresh the page to change the proxy location
Date : 1708989740020 - unknown on CCBot
Mystery text : QTZ5aHNIZjZUUDggaSAgbG92ICB1IGV1LXByb3h5LnBva2V0dWJlLmZ1bg==
143 : true

Saudi Arabia's Gamble to Stop a Total Collapse
Jump to Connections
1,175,519 Views • Feb 12, 2024 • Click to toggle off description
Check out War Thunder and use my link for a free large bonus back with boosters, vehicles, and more: wtplay.link/h0ser
War Thunder is a highly detailed vehicle combat game containing over 2,000 playable tanks, aircraft, and ships spanning over 100 years of development. Immerse yourself completely in dynamic battles with an unparalleled combination of realism and approachability.

Why Saudi Arabia is really building these insane projects.

Sources: pastebin.com/uv1Cneie

Twitter: twitter.com/h0serr
Business Email: h0sermailYT@gmail.com
Metadata And Engagement

Views : 1,175,519
Genre: Education
Date of upload: Feb 12, 2024 ^^


Rating : 4.811 (2,010/40,443 LTDR)
RYD date created : 2024-02-26T23:20:44.946556Z
See in json
Tags
Connections

YouTube Comments - 3,601 Comments

Top Comments of this video!! :3

@h0ser

2 weeks ago

Check out War Thunder and use my link for a free large bonus back with boosters, vehicles, and more: wtplay.link/h0ser
War Thunder is a highly detailed vehicle combat game containing over 2,000 playable tanks, aircraft, and ships spanning over 100 years of development. Immerse yourself completely in dynamic battles with an unparalleled combination of realism and approachability.

303 |

@GeorgeAndGeorge

2 weeks ago

hoser is like that rare bird that just shows up once in a while

4.4K |

@fitzwits1029

2 weeks ago

Turtles 🐢

5.6K |

@JinKee

1 week ago

“The stone age didn’t end because we ran out of stone.”- MBS

1.3K |

@mosquitobight

1 week ago

It should be pointed out that the main problem with Venezuelan oil is not mountains and jungle making it hard to access, but that it is low-value heavy oil, high in carbon and low in hydrogen, as opposed to the Persian Gulf's light sweet crude.

294 |

@TheCoLDKanadian

2 weeks ago

To be honest, calling it a gamble is a bit of an understatement. Their plans all range from crazy, to downright idiotic. I mean there's no shortage of people who have pointed out how silly some of the Saudi's plans are, with things like The Line and Mukaab taking most of the heat with how absurd they are.

Let's be real here, a lot of these ideas sound cool in concept, but I sincerely doubt most of them are feasible. Even if they were, I'm not sure if they'd make as big of an impact as the Saudis are hoping.

1.8K |

@conradwiebe7919

1 week ago

tourist economies are inherently unsustainable because they require people to travel long distances to visit a place for a short time which uses a lot of energy

185 |

@astraljava8500

2 weeks ago

*Oil is dead
*the desert is empty
*the other continents are full
*Anything else is fuel

2.8K |

@alex_zetsu

2 weeks ago

At least if your economy is 75% dependent on wheat, sugar, or coffee, you can always replant and grow a next year harvest. You're at the whims of the demands of the consumer, but there will always be a next year harvest. Coal and oil don't regenerate if you burry it and water it.

895 |

@armandoventura9043

2 weeks ago

Oil ended up being a curse for the countries that have it, except Norway, they have a government that doesn't stink

1.5K |

@ThomasBomb45

1 week ago

So.instead of being a rentier economy based on oil they just become a rentier economy based on stocks

44 |

@ronald3836

2 weeks ago

Unfortunately for Saudi Arabia, there is room for only so many Dubais. And my guess is that the long-term global demand for Dubais in the Middle East is less than 1.

435 |

@GenAndrei

6 days ago

2 decades ago at University I was told that by 2020, all the oil will be used up.... Today the countries that don't have it are failing and more is being found regularly.

6 |

@ihavetowait90daystochangem67

2 weeks ago

Saudi Arabia is the gonna be the first country to make it back to the hood

2K |

@nomo01

2 weeks ago

Look at all the money they have to spend in order just to attract a very small fraction of tourism that México gets on a regular basis each and every year. All of those mega expensive projects are doomed to fail. All of us regular folk are going to be priced out of there immediately.

1.1K |

@AK-sj2rl

2 weeks ago

As a gulf Arab youth myself, not a Saudi tho, we share the same issues but on a smaller less acute scale because of our smaller size. For the entire neighborhood the trickiest bit would be restructuring that social contract (which I personally think is badly needed and is very long overdue) but without leaving citizens with the short end of the stick. Local authorities can't expect citizens to forgo of their oil-dependent financial safety buffers without first demonstrating shared responsibility (reducing royal court spending, tackling institutional and systemic corruption etc).

404 |

@SmilingIbis

1 week ago

I have been hearing this peak oil scenario for over 40 years. It's always coming but never gets here.

67 |

@alehaim

2 weeks ago

Fun fact from the Red Line Podcast's episode of the green line seires focusing on climate change and Saudi Arabia, the Saudis will be actually the last ones producing oil profitably because their extraction is the cheapest. Basically as demand plummets and prices will drop, the more expensive extraction places for oil will become unprofitable eventually decreasing supply and thus giving a larger market share to Saudi Arabia, and this will create an interesting dynamic where Saudi Arabia by the virtue of geography will be one of the least affected by the end of oil. In contrast places like Nigeria will be the hardest hit by plummeting demand for oil because their more expensive oil will no longer be profitable.
This was the specific episode I believe: https://youtu.be/22TD2KOrLAk?si=4tqW5xTLRz1kPPRD

541 |

@RussNoeHnHShow

1 week ago

I feel like Saudi Arabia's doomer reputation because of their economic importance on oil is a bit overstated. Oil (and cheaply extracted oil at that) will still be incredibly important for at least another century. What Saudis need in my opinion is a diversification of its power structure to allow fringe and risky ideas/investments to be better challenged. As well as there needs to be something done about how the ethnic natives are incredibly "spoiled" and dependent on the work ethic of foreigners.

7 |

@flankana

1 week ago

it seems like they looked at Norway's economy, said let's copy them but snorted 10 lines before they got to work

345 |

Go To Top