Yesterday, I stumbled upon an article about a coup attempt in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. According to the article, a group of "rogue" Saudi soldiers stormed the palace of King Al Saud and attempted to relieve him and his son of their royal duties PERMANENTLY. King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Prince Mohammed Bin Salman managed to escape their execution thanks to the timely assistance of U.S. troops who were stationed in the area. The Saudi and Western media predictably doctored up the coverage of the coup and dismissed it as a malfunctioning drone was shot down after entering the grounds of the royal palace. It's a miracle that anyone outside of the Middle East has heard of this coup attempt against the Saudi royal family. So why was this coup buried with a such an airtight media blackout? The answer is quite simple. Saudi Arabia is the only country that is keeping the obsolete petrodollar afloat. The Saudis have been in bed with the U.S. since the early 1970s, when Nixon took the U.S. off the gold standard (by design) and hitch the U.S. dollar to oil. As the U.S. debt shot through the stratosphere and the worth of the dollar plummeted to even greater depths, countries who held on the dollar for dear life is now dropping it like a bad habit. The world reserve currency conversion from the U.S. dollar to the Chinese yuan is essentially complete. The only roadblock that's left is Saudi Arabia. China, Russia, and the members of OPEC would absolutely love to snuff out the Saudi royal family so that they can install a government that would be pro-yuan. I'm sure the number of Saudi coup attempts will increase exponentially as WWIII intensifies. Once Saudi Arabia is toppled, China's goal of global domination will officially be complete.