In order to show their undying love for one another, the CIA vested a prestigious award to its long-time financier Saudi Arabia, for all its contributions to the War of Terror in the Middle East, and inside America itself. Continue reading CIA Honors Saudi Crown Prince for Global Terrorism Support
Western military operations in Iraq were based on the pretext that there was a government-imposed cruelty and weapons of mass destruction during Saddam Hussein’s dictatorship in Iraq.
The self-righteous wanted to correct it for the betterment of the Iraqis and for making the world a safer place.
It’s more than two weeks now since the Russian-led coalition declared a unilateral ceasefire in Aleppo to shut down the Western media and the United Nations from claiming that the Russian relentless bombings in Aleppo are causing human catastrophe.
When two evil groups are accusing each other of malfeasance, we simply cannot take sides.
The Secretary General of the UN Ban Ki Moon is now accusing Saudi Arabia of using “economic warfare” to reverse its earlier stand of blacklisting Saudi-led coalition for its targeting of Yemeni children, which we see as part of a systematic ethnic cleansing in the country.
There was no warning when Turkey shot down Russian Su-24 war plane in Syria, late last year. But Russia is giving both countries the chivalric courtesy just the same.
The geopolitical chessboard has never been as dramatic and intense as this one.
A former State Department foreign service officer’s new book provides a shocking, timely, and credible circumstantial case that ties the U.S. training of Islamic radicals to our nation’s major foreign policy disasters in the Mideast during the past quarter century.
After the massive exposure of their puppet Middle Eastern governments’ collusion with the Islamic State terrorist enterprise, the British monarchy is wasting no time to actively return to Asia via Japan and is also reported to have been behind Saudi’s Shiite provocation all along.
Even when there wasn’t enough evidence to prove that Russia illegal annex Crimea, Western governments imposed all manner of sanctions against the Russians, for reasons that it undermines democratic institutions.
Ironically, Ukraine under US control is neither democratic nor is it progressive, and so is Libya before it.
One thing we can be sure of is the two-faced foreign policies of Western nations will continue towards those who don’t participate in their delusional ambitions.
Yesterday, they might be sitting with you on the table partaking peaceful exchanges,
The House of Saud now finds itself in times of extreme trouble. Their risky oil price war may eventually backfire. The succession of King Abdullah may turn into a bloodbath. And the American protector may be musing a change of heart.
Continue reading What Game is The House of Saud Playing?