Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Verse 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Is Saudi Arabia The Next Nation To Be Thrown Under The Bus?
Saudi Arabia is much in the news these days for beheadings, crucifixions and varied whippings and stonings of young women and old men… and, at the same time, the UN has just added the Saudi ambassador to head up its Council on Human Rights! You really can’t make this stuff up!
But, why these reports and why now? Saudi Arabia has always had an atrocious system of “justice.” If the authorities think you are a danger to the regime they won’t just arrest you – they’ll arrest your entire family.
But the news-flow about Saudi atrocities is quite remarkable. Someone, it could be speculated, is working overtime to make sure that we know Saudi Arabia is a backward and barbaric country.
Most recently, we have reports that citizens who spread negativity about the government on social media face the death penalty.
It sounds bizarre, of course – but then so do crucifixions. ZeroHedge reported on the story, as follows:
According to state-run Makkah Newspaper in Saudi Arabia, the wealthy Gulf-nation is threatening its citizens with the death penalty for spreading rumors about the government on social media. An anonymous source within the Ministry of Justice stated only the worst “rumour-mongers” will be sentenced to death, while lesser offenders of the new policy will be disciplined with flogging, imprisonment, travel bans, house arrest, fines and social media bans.
Although the source is not mentioned by name, it should not be assumed that details of the column are any less credible. Human rights organization Reprieve reports that Makkah’s allegiance to the Saudi government is such that the claims should be considered legitimate. “Although the report does not use a named source, the nature of state-censorship in the Kingdom makes it unlikely that such claims would be made without the consent of the authorities.
Sounds outlandish, but so much of the news about Saudi Arabia is these days. As of this writing, there were reports that the Saudi military had mistakenly bombed ANOTHER wedding party in Yemen. That makes two wedding parties in two weeks. In this one, 22 are said to have perished.
But the war against Yemen now being prosecuted by Saudi Arabia is far from being restricted to the annihilation of wedding attendees. The bombing is seemingly taking place all over Yemen, and killing women, children and male noncombatants on a regular basis.
The slaughter is getting so bad that the usually fractious tribes of Yemen are said to be contemplating an invasion of Saudi Arabia.
Of course there are 33 million Yemenis and almost all of them, even the children, have guns.
It is difficult to think of whom would fight on behalf of the Saudis outside of its professional army. The Saud family running the country doesn’t seem to be thinking very clearly. That could be because the Saud monarch is demented. A much younger Saud family member – the Crown Prince – is said to be behind the war with Yemen.
God knows why a trembling, tottering regime would pick a fight with the Middle East’s most formidable tribes. Like the Pashtuns in Afghanistan, the Yemeni tribes in aggregate have never been defeated. They retreat to the rugged interior of the country and continue to fight another day.
Is the Saud family fighting for its collective life? At this point it could be that many in the Saud family don’t believe they have much left to lose.
It is not reported on very much, but Saudi Arabia is gradually being cut adrift by the Anglosphere that created it in the first place.
The banking cabal that runs the West is determined to create a global currency – and sooner rather than later.
The Saud family propped up the US petrodollar all these years by demanding payment in dollars for its oil. This forced other producers to do the same.
Now it seems there are forces in the West that have decided the best way to destabilize the petrodollar is to destabilize Saudi Arabia.
This is why so many in the Saud family are buying huge farms in Nigeria. This is the reason for the extreme paranoia that has overtaken the Saudi regime of late.
The Saud family has always carried the water of the Anglo-American establishment. In turn, that establishment made the family rich beyond the dreams of avarice. But by playing with the evil empire you live by the sword and die by the sword. The West has a rich history of making friends with brutal rulers when it suits their agenda and then dispatching them at a later date.
Just ask Saddam Hussein who had a happy arrangement with Donald Rumsfeld when the US wanted to sell them arms, and chemical weapons… and then when his usefulness ran out he was brutally hung in what looked like a dungeon.
But the Anglosphere is unforgiving when it comes to achieving its goals. And now it wishes to destabilize and reduce the power of the dollar as well as cause as much chaos in the Middle East as possible as an excuse for why the dollar and US markets collapse.
Suddenly fracking has become popular, even though it is an old technology. Suddenly, a barrel of oil is worth far less than it used to be.
And suddenly the Saud family, used to presiding over an oil empire worth trillions, feels the ground shake and shift. The old regime faces an uncertain future.
It cultivated Wahhabism to radicalize the Middle East – at the behest of the Anglosphere that wanted to plant the seeds of a wider, religious war.
It demanded of all purchasers that they buy oil with dollars.
But now their patrons are trying to sever the dollar-oil link and the Saud family is standing in the way.
This is the untold story of what is really happening in the Middle East and why the petrodollar is gradually sinking into its grave. A new currency era is arising. It will likely be a global one, so both East and West can participate.
And in any event, the Saud family probably won’t be around to appreciate it. And maybe Saudi Arabia won’t be either.
If I’m right, the next ruse to be put out by the US will be to release the “28 classified pages of documents” related to 9/11. Those who have been allowed to read the documents and sworn to secrecy on it, like Rep. Walter Jones (R-North Carolina), suggest the White House may have been hesitant to release the pages because the administration would look bad for its ties with the Saudis.
“There’s nothing in it about national security,” Jones told the New Yorker. “It’s about the Bush Administration and its relationship with the Saudis.”
Those documents, like almost everything released by the US government on 9/11 are likely full of lies… but it is clear that they will try to make Saudi Arabia complicit in 9/11 (which they likely were to some degree as a proxy state of the US) and use it as an excuse to attack and occupy Saudi Arabia in the near future to take control of the oil and manage it as they destroy the petro dollar and put in a new currency regime.
Pay attention to both Saudi Arabia and the petrodollar.
Of course, your average American is just watching baseball and has no idea of what is going on but there are Earth shaking events in process throughout the Middle East and in Saudi Arabia that will change American’s way of life dramatically in the coming months and years.
As always, the "lamestream media" and its "presstitutes will never tell you about it until after it happens. And by then it will be too late for many to salvage their remaining assets.