Friday, April 20, 2012
After they neutralize Syria and Iran, then they will turn again Israel. Wanna bet ??? It won't be via direct war but by stealth jihad. It's the nature of the beast, there's no getting away from it. Like I have always maintained, Saudi Arabia is the worst country in the world. They dig in their claws in the topmost reaches of the world's most influential organizations and governments and all with the power of money, a never-ending supply of it. Saudi Arabia is the sole culprit for the indoctrination of children of Muslim immigrants to the West and it does this by funding Islamic Study courses and sectors in the schools and universities of the West .... while our govts. lick their chops at the prospect of the influx of huge amounts of money from that country without giving a damn about where it goes and what it does.
Ed Husain, author of The Islamist, writing at the CouncilOnforeignRelations has a great inside look on what's happening .... definitely worth a read.
........Three countries were on top of the agenda for the many Saudis I met with in Riyadh last week. Again and again, and in passionate terms, Saudi political leaders were keen to stress the importance of arming Syrian opposition players, bombing Iran’s alleged nuclear facilities, and unflinchingly supporting the al-Khalifa monarchy in Bahrain. In their minds, these are not political options, but rather realities on the ground that they worry Washington does not understand.
Car bumper stickers in Riyadh called for arming the Free Syrian Army. Such an open display of support for military intervention in another country cannot be expressed in Saudi Arabia without government and broader public backing. The Saudi foreign minister, Prince Saud al-Faisal, is on record calling for the arming of Syrian fighters. At meeting after meeting, the U.S. government position was heavily criticized by our Saudi friends. I was struck by two points: First, when asked what would happen after Assad fled or was removed, most Saudis I spoke with fell silent. Much like the Syrian opposition, their Saudi supporters have yet to put in place a concrete, viable plan to help Syrians rebuild after the fall of this deeply entrenched Baathist state. Second, no consideration has been given to what might happen if Saudi citizens were to rise in protest against the House of Saud. Does a military intervention in Syria not set a direct precedent for Saudi protesters in the Eastern Province? If those protesters were to be armed by outside powers, would Saudi Arabia’s government accept U.S. support for anti-government Saudis?...............