WHY SAUDI ARABIA FEARS IRAN; WHY SAUDI ARABIA CANNOT AFFECT IRAN; WHY DO WAHHABISM AND ZIONISM GO HAND IN HAND

WHY SAUDI ARABIA FEARS IRAN
If we look back before Arabians knew they had marketable, profitable petroleum with massive reserves, we would be looking at a race of mostly wandering Bedouins with no axe to grind and no grievances.  After all, living the life of a vagabond inevitably erases wrongs and offenses by the mere fact of leaving them behind in the sand.  To be sure, Arabians are fond of their poetry and will vilify an offender in rhyme….sometimes with trenchant sarcasm that resonates – reverberates back to the perpetrator of the offense with stinging effect.  But, having a gripe against another people outside the blinding glass of the desert would be unthinkable.  It is very likely that Arabians didn’t even know that Iranians existed.  They might have heard of Persians, but that is in the old poesy.
In the late 18th Century, the heretical beliefs of Muhammad Ibn ‘Abdul-Wahhaab, a Najdi cleric heavily influenced by the crackpot theologian Ibn Taymiyya, had succeeded in allying himself to the rising Ibn Saud tribe with obvious results.  When ‘Abdul-‘Aziz Ibn ‘Abdul-Rahman Ibn Sa’ud, a cat burglar, highwayman, terrorist, polygamist and pederast,  became King of Arabia, Wahhabism was a part of the package.

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The resemblance to Alfred E. Newman is remarkable. “What, me worry?”

The Saudis under the influence of Wahhabism, already had a history of attacking Shi’ites in Karbala and Al-Najaf where sites holy to them were barbarously destroyed in acts of callousness typical of the ignorant, obnoxious, black-and-white simplism that would become emblematic of the Wahhabist style of seeing the world.  But, Iran was still not a part of their Weltanschauung because Arabians had not yet absorbed the way oil would transform them from a worthless, shiftless, shallow, shoddy, shabby Bedouin people into a worthless, shiftless, shallow, shoddy, shabby but inordinately rich Bedouin people.  It was like “The Beverly Hillbillies Go to Mecca”.  Or, maybe, “Ma and Pa Kettle Dock at the U.N”.  Or even more telling: “Tarzan’s Cheetah Loves Geneva”.        

It was all so nice during the Cold War.  Saudis, who have the perspicacity of an old divan, were satisfied with the Manichaeism of the time.  Everybody knew where they stood.  Even the Iranians, who would become a bete noir for the Arabian simpletons later in the 20th Century, were subject to American skulduggery as when the beacon of democracy, America, overthrew the legitimate government Mossadegh.
They were to do the same thing, of course, with the unlucky Chilean president, Salvador Allende,  a few decades later.  But that was okay to the narrow-minded Wahhabists because it was in pure hypocrisy that they found their niche.  No diplomatic finesse here; just hypocrisy, the oldest method to a successful enterprise. 

Because they rarely, if ever, read history, Arabians are the people most likely to repeat it.  And as ignorant savages, they could never have figured out that the Iranian culture was starkly different from their own as far as intellectual accomplishments went.  Whereas, on the one hand,  the Arabians have contributed a solid zero in the areas of science, medicine, philosophy – only having excelled in generating ludicrous, draconian, empty-headed, constipated fire-and-brimstone religious cults,  Iranian culture, on the other hand,  is so filled with a thematic adoration for the intellect that it is hard to imagine they could have accomplished so much throughout the millennia being so close geographically to the pathogenetically stultifying gravitational pull of the Peninsular Arabians.  (I make an exception here for the founder of Islam, the Messenger Muhammad, although I do it grudgingly.)  It is not as though Iran and the Arabians are separated by a mere Gulf, greedily referred to by the latter as “Arabian”, they are more accurately separated by the Andromeda Galaxy.

As decades of prodigal and dissolute spending continued unabated with anecdotes of Saudi Arabian idiocy reaching mythic levels,  Iranian oil wealth was spent on domestic institutional development.  Whereas the Arabians imported Filipino nurses for their hospitals, Iranians trained Iranians to do the same.  Whereas Saudi Arabians were sent off to study in America as a welcome therapeutic break from the asphyxiating tedium of Wahhabist life, Iranians were studying abroad in order to return and teach in their own country.  Where Saudi Arabia had to buy Pakistani mercenaries to fly their jets, Iran was training Iranians to build jets …………and fly them.  

Now, throughout all this, the U.S., U.K., France and all the other pasty-faced white people in Europe had to put on a big smile as atrocity after atrocity emanated from the “magical” kingdom of Arabia.  Hypocrisy is not easy to maintain with the right pallor of the skin- it’s like a British motor vehicle – you have to keep a record of it else you’ll find yourself sticking the old proverbial foot in your mouth.  So, with Arabia, when women are not permitted to drive based on nothing more than some shaman’s opinion,  American diplomats have to be prepared to mouth expressions like this: “Oh, we’re working on this with our Saudi friends”.  When the Saudis execute a woman for sorcery, the British ambassador, his mouth all full of rabbit marbles, has to utter his most Oxonian response:  “Oh, well, deeeya.  Really? Hmmmm.  Are there sorcerers in Arabia still? Anybody up for a nice round of tennis?”  When the Saudis arrest a man for offering “free hugs”, the French must be prepared to shrug and say:  “Bien. When in Mecca, you must do as the Meccan’s do.  Let him do it in Paris.”  And the hypocrisy goes on and on.

The Saudis were evidently very happy with the Shah of Iran.  He was trusted by the U.S.  He was a monarch; actually, the Shah of Shahs.  He bought American military products and used them to police the Gulf, a form of free protection for the otherwise useless race of prosimian derelicts who populated the “Peninsula” (“Al-Jazeera“).   When he was overthrown, the Saudis began to detect a change in the atmosphere.  Imam Khomeini’s extermination of the communists (Tudeh) might have made them feel somewhat comfortable, but his Marg bar Amreekaa (Death to America) and anti-Zionism mantras seemed over the top.  In fact, the entire episode smacked of a resurgent Iranian regional assertion of power that necessarily challenged the status quo.    

Saddam Hussayn had a huge army ornamented with the required equipment to undo Khomeini’s revolution. Since the Arabians were, are and always will be incapable of doing anything proactively, they hired Saddam to do their dirty work.  It is hard to tell if the U.S.’s own support for Saddam at this time was motivated by either a desire to antagonize the Iranians or not antagonize the Arabians.  Whatever the case, the U.S. threw its full weight behind the Bad Boy of Baghdad, giving him technology to develop his own WMDs, SatInt and even sage advice on how to defeat the hundreds of thousands of Iranians who kept hectoring him with massive human waves across the marshes of southern Mesopotamia.    

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This is not what Saddam looked like when he was asked by Saudia to fight an 8-year war against the Iranians.  It just reminds one of Shelley’s “sneer of old command”Ozymandias, indeed.

The Saddam gambit cost the Arabians, all of them, including the Kuwaitis, a bundle of cash and it resulted in a typical Arabian “ZERO”.  Saddam did not overthrow the Khomeini government.  What happened instead was his own invasion of Kuwait!  Well!  As the feckless, useless, malodorous Kuwaiti Sabaah family headed for the dunes of Arabia to avoid Saddam’s well-known tender mercies, so to speak, the U.S., ever mindful of its obligations to the etiquette of hypocrisy, took up the cause of – No! not destroying Iran – but, instead, attacking Saddam!  (All these sentences are punctuated with exclamation marks to emphasize the surreal nature of this particular history.)  But, then, when the U.S. could have decapitated the government in Baghdad, the Old Bush and his coterie of brainiacs decided that it was nice, after all, to have Saddam there as a cushion against the Iranians who are the cause of all this trouble anyways!

Nobody said American foreign policy was “neat”.  It’s actually quite messy.  Saddam was now the enemy of the Arabians.  And so were the Iranians, but for different reasons.  The Arabians, who “think” in the way that baboons have sensory input, maneuvered themselves into a genuine SNAFU for it was only a few years later that “Teeny-Weeny Bush” would be elected by the sagacious citizenry of America to finish the job.  He had a real chip on his shoulder – bearing in mind Saddam – ever, the assassin – had plotted revenge against his “Pappy” during a visit to Teeny-Weeny Kuwait.  Saddam never forgave the Elder Bush for April Glaspie’s slip of the tongue. But, the Saudis would pay a heavier price for Saddam’s fall and the U.S. failure in Iraq that would bring to power a Shi’i government under Noor Al-Maaliki.!!

As all of you probably know, hypocrisy makes strange bedfellows.  Neoconservative-Zionist popinjays, largely Jewish Zionists and paid agents of the Khazar Settler State, had started to infest Washington with their ideology of using “military force” to bring about democratic change in the world.  The truth is that Michael Ledeen couldn’t give a rat’s derriere about democratic change in the world.  His only commitment was to the longevity of the counterfeit Zionist Settler State in historic Southern Syria (Palestine).  Oh, but didn’t they inveigle their way into the White House, cajoling intellectual powder-puffs like Cheney whose evil lies more in his ignorance than in any perfervid lust for lucre?  They snookered Zionist Christians like Bush and his “base” of ranting, snorting, sniveling, cupiditous Televangelists.  They even suckered Fouad Ajami, their resident satrap,  into believing their paeans to democratic change were sincere, not meant to abase the Arabs but to release “their profound energies” in a world so Utopian it’s amazing Ajami fell for it in the first place.

The neo-cons infiltrated the White House with personalities like Douglas Feith, Elliott Abrams and Paul Wolfowitz.  These neo-Trotskyites, in reality, were agents of the Zionist Entity.  Whatever the cause, it had to be seen through the prism of Zionism and the overarching impetus to extend the life of the Neo-Colonial Eastern European Jewish Ghetto State.  Here, the bedfellows are the Saudi Arabians, who suddenly had a friend in Washington – (not the ineffectual, effete Arab lobbyists) – and the Neo-Cons who sniffed a rich old dowager slag (desperate for their affections) to finance their perverse world view.  Bandar Bin Sultan, the “hawkish” but mentally sterile Saudi intelligence chief, is a neo-con in the meaning of “tolerated WOG”.  He languishes in the aura of acceptance by individuals he deems “vastly superior” to the Arab detritus among whom he must wallow.  The neocons, for all their sufferance, withhold criticism of Saudi Wahhabist culture. After all, the Saudis bought their jingle, hook-line-and-sinker and were committed to “Israel’s” durability.     

So, what does Iran have to do with this?  Very simple.  What the Saudis have only lately realized is that the Iranians are smarter than the neocons.  What the Saudis perceived as “Israeli” genius has turned out to be a canard, even a red herring.  When in July 2006, Hizbollah, a paramilitary militia, beat the stuffing out of the Zionist army in South Lebanon with Iranian/Syrian planning, arms and finance, the Saudis knew something was amiss.  All of you remember George Bush’s public confidence in the Zionist army’s ability to annihilate Hizbollah.  Hmm.  Didn’t turn out that way.

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His honesty, integrity and investment in his cause terrify the Saudi apes.  When he defeated the Zionist army in a war that lasted 32 days starting from July 18, 2006, the Saudis feared Iran was now backing a winning stable of the finest steeds.

The Saudis knew, as of July 2006, that Syria was a part of this Hizbollah-Iranian military axis.  That Syria’s president hailed from the Alawi sect was not an issue as long as he affirmed Syria’s “Sunni” character and kept the Iranian beast far hence.  But, Dr. Assad, like his father, saw something in Iran that he did not find in Arabia: raw internal power that can translate into tangible assets to fight the war to liberate Arab lands.  As Syria was building up its missile manufacturing capabilities with the help of Iran and North Korea, the Saudis were aghast at Iran’s massive, domestic nuclear program which outstripped the Zionist one by light years.  Unlike Saddam and his Osirak Reactor which was destroyed by “Israel” in one fell swoop on June 7, 1981 with the help of the Saudi government, the Iranian project was much more complex, more protected, more well-thought-out, more impenetrable. Now, it was clear that the U.S. had to do the job for Saudi Arabia’s fear of the Fatimid Crescent is embedded in Iran’s Shi’ite character linked to the weaponization of its nuclear program.  But, what if the U.S. saw it as too dangerous?

Sanctions upon sanctions were imposed on both Iran and Syria.  No two nations in recent memory – not even North Korea – had suffered so much deprivation due to the confluence of Euro-American Zionist hegemonics.  Yet, the Saudis watched in horror as General Vaheedi of Iran pooh-poohed the sanctions and praised them as having given Iran the impetus to develop internal capabilities far beyond what they would have been otherwise if Iran were still a part of the interlocking technological world run by the West.  The Iranians had, in essence, thumbed their noses at the Arabians who, themselves, could not last 24 hours without the help of their Pakistani manservants, Filipina nurses or Ethiopian gardeners.  Iran was on its way, inexorably, to regional superpower status – and all that at the expense of the Wahhabist heresy.

To break Iran, Saudia took it upon itself to make it clear that this was an “existential” matter which the Americans had better understand.  Like the Zionist Entity, the Saudis positioned themselves in a square defined as “threatened minority reactionary unit committed to survival to protect the interests of a minority”.  It is the same logic as Zionism which is why Saudia and “Israel” are in the same bed for it is hypocrisy, not politics, that makes the strangest bedfellows. 

The reader should note that the U.S., while publicly trying to assuage the hurt feelings of the Wahhabist monkeys, has also embarked on a new track, perhaps motivated by the same epiphany which persuaded Hafez Al-Assad to sign on with Iran against Saddam.  Very courageous back then.  Maybe, Obama has gotten the impression that Saudi Arabia is a relic of a pre-Iron Age society with no future and that the Iranian model could be the linchpin for a new American-Islamic engagement.  It is precisely this volte-face that terrifies the Saudis as much as the Zionists for they are both in the same bed, sharing the same blanket and pillow.  Their interests are one and the same.  If any of you wonder if the Saudi regime cares a whit about the Palestinians, think of their relationship as no different from that of Zionism. When the Palestinians finally figure that out, they will know who their allies really are. 

Iran has analyzed all of this.  The evolution of their missile industry capable now of manufacturing anti-missile, anti-aircraft, anti-ship……anti-Saudi weapons is a sign of Armageddon for Riyadh and its noisome ideology of cultural suffocation.  Iran knows why it is feared by the Saudis.  The Saudi persophobia is not fear of Iranian Shi’is, it is fear of the intellect – what the Saudis cannot have for all their money and all the tea in China. ZAF

    

            

  

     

  

 

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Bravo Ziad! Bravo!

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And this is why………

They are our misfortune.

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The Jews did ‘race mixing’?

Really? Oh, the horror…

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Our favorite peg legged assclown traitor is missing in turkey lmao.

http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2013/11/23/fsa-commander-goes-missing-in-turkey/

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The Israelis didn’t waste any time with their provocations:

Israeli settlers storm al-Aqsa Mosque

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/11/24/336430/israeli-settlers-storm-alaqsa-mosque/

“Dozens of extremist Israeli settlers have stormed the al-Aqsa Mosque in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) under army protection.”

I think this is the behaviour the world can expect from Israel and its zionazi network from now on.

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Syrian guv on the nuke agreement with Iran: Syria welcomes Geneva agreement between Iran and P5+1 countries “Damascus, (SANA) – An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said that Syria welcomes the agreement which was struck in Geneva between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the P5+1 countries. The source added that Syria considers the agreement as “historic” and it maintains the interests of the Iranian brotherly people, adding that the agreement recognizes the right of the Iranian people to use the nuclear power for peaceful purposes. Syria believes that reaching such agreement is evidence that political solutions… Read more »

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Great piece of journalistic prose Ziad, my compliments! Now, wouldn’t it be a delight to see something of this sort from the MSM? Just wishful thinking on my behalf!

Sicel Joe

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Ha ha. Ziad

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Hi Ziad . Just to say thanks for this excellent article. So well written and so informative.

Appreciate the work that goes on to produce these articles and information (hear hear to Bot Tak and Dudley and the other regular contributors. Together, you all make the blog fascinating reading on so many levels).

Keep on truckin’ bro.
Love and Peace to ya and to all the brave ,honorable and steadfast citizens of Syria and their armed forces and security personnel. Amir.

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We’ll always be there until the fat lady sings.. Ziad

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Good piece.

Michel

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Thank you, also, my friend. Ziad

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Hello Ziad….

A very well written piece and a fantastic read…..many many thanks…!

Kind regards, Dutchie

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Thank you, my friend. Ziad

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https://www.facebook.com/syria24english

SIS cuts off 150-year-old tree in #Idleb , claiming that people were worshiping the tree rather than God “Allah.”

M.D.

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These are the same type of Morlocks who beheaded the statue of Abu-Al-‘Alaa’ Al-Ma’arri. They sure know how to make friends and influence enemies. Ziad

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You and Dudley are on the wave length. Ziad

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Russian navy: Floating workshop heading to Tartous harbor “Moscow, (SANA) – A source at the Russian Navy announced that the Black Sea Fleet (BSF) floating workshop PM-56 has left Sevastopol harbor on Saturday and is heading to Tartous harbor to service Russian navy vessels in the Mediterranean for six months. The source told journalists said that the workshop, which is commanded by Captain Igor Bakuradze, will provide repairs and technical support to the Russian navy vessels that reach the support point in Tartous, and that the workshop will replace the workshop PM-138 which has been operating in the Mediterranean since… Read more »

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Shows the Russians are not nervous. Good sign. Ziad

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Palestinian Committee for Solidarity with Syria visits occupied Golan “Occupied Golan, (SANA) – The Palestinian Popular Committee for Solidarity with Syria on Saturday visited the occupied Syrian Golan to offer condolences over martyr Nasha’at Sha’alan and the martyrs of the Syrian Army and all Syria. Members of the committee asserted that Syria and the Syrian Army will be victorious over terrorism, lauding the sacrifices made by the Syrian people for the sake of the Arab nation. In turn, the family of Nasha’at Sha’alan thanked the committee members, asserting that the Golan will always remain faithful to the motherland Syria. H.… Read more »

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Most Palestinians are actually Syrians. They have the same attitudes about radical Islam. It’s no surprise that most Palestinians are revolted by events in Syria. Ziad

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Hello Ziad, i think many people here forget one thing which has been hidden, but you can find out the truth by getting a video called “the science of islam”, it trace the true pioneers of science, astronomy, anatomy etc, they were from Syria, Iraq and Iran. Now here’s something that i find interesting, Egypt breaking ties with erDOGan and his filthy muslim brotherhood. http://sana.sy/eng/22/2013/11/23/513934.htm My prediction, israel will disappear forever, the holocaust will be nothing compared to whats coming for the zionists, Russia, China, India and the south americas and some european countries will unite against america and their… Read more »

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You are dead on right when it comes to the great scientists, mathematicians and philosophers who made the Islamic Golden Age golden. Iran had an illustrious role in that. As far as the break with Erdoghan, it’s all over the news today and, with the new military deal with Russia, shows Egypt is on its way back to Abdel-Nasser. Ziad

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The Ukraine resistance to the “charms” the EU branch of the NWO is having positive spillover effects: ‘Velvet revolution’: Thousands of Moldovans rally against pro-EU govt, ‘forced bondage’ of Euro-integration http://rt.com/news/moldova-anti-eu-protest-210/ “Thousands of anti-EU protesters have rallied in the capital of Moldova demanding the dissolution of parliament which they accuse of violating the constitution by “ignoring public opinion” and “secretly” discussing integration with the EU. The massive protest was organized by the oppositionist Communist Party which claimed attendance of more than 50 thousand people. Other sources estimate that only around 15 thousands protesters flocked to the main square of Chisinau.… Read more »

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According to an article yesterday in Italy’s “Il Giornale” newspaper (owned by Silvio Berlusconi), a leading Italian economist at the international level admitted that the plot to remove Berlusconi from power in 2011 was strictly related to moves made by the then Berlusconi government to get Italy out of the Euro-zone. This is considered political suicide by the NWO. Berlusconi’s special friendship with Vladimir Putin and the Italian defense industries’ growing ties and co-development projects (M-346 Master jet-trainer with Yakolev and S1000 class submarines) with Russian defense firms certainly wasn’t looked on too favourably either, especially by Uncle Sam. Good… Read more »

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When you ignore public opinion you run the risk of exile. Ask Obama and Congress. Interesting read. Ziad

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http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3cf_1385250337

A rat filming hi sparamour’s last moments not before doing the100 yard dash.

Regards,
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Well, here’s one cameraman who won’t get the Pulitzer Prize. Thanks, it’s going to be in the Wile E. Coyote section today. Ziad

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Is it true that russia dropped syria for a deal with SAUDI SCARABIA??!

Loyal syrian

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“Loyal syrian”

Loyal sayan, no doubt. Probably from New York, the zios’ home away from home. 😀

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I’m afraid you missed the boat on this one. Bandar’s effort to accomplish what you write was a miserable failure. Ziad

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Interesting piece on Russian economic diplomacy in the ME.

Russia and Middle East Policy: Story of Success and Growing Clout

http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2013/11/21/russia-and-middle-east-policy-story-of-success-and-growing-clout.html

I am speculating this was probably one of those “hidden” factors behind the recent back down from open warfare in Syria by the less fanatical branch of the NWO.

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I agree with you wholeheartedly. Ziad

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Another Aussie –You are a wonderfully deep and eloquent writer. Witty too.Bravo. I can only look to you with respect and hope your hard work and intellect will help turn the tide againstthe MSM, it’s plethora of zionist/occultist owed journalists and general Western apathy. Your work is an inspiration to me and many others who obviously respect your views and wish to see an end to the destruction and attempted genocide of the Syria culture by the zionist entity.Those of us that will celebrate one day soon, the victory of the SAA and Syrian people against this oppression perpertrated by… Read more »

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Amen. And thank you for your kind words. I look forward to hearing from you. Ziad

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Prince Bandar attends anti-Iran meeting in Israel http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/11/23/336261/prince-bandar-attends-meeting-in-israel/ “According to Lebanese al-Hadath new website, the meeting was held in Tel Aviv last week, attended by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, French President Francois Hollande and Saudi spy chief. The participants discussed plans on how to counter Iran’s role in the region and also how to deal with possible improvement of ties between Tehran and Washington, the report said. The three also stressed the need for strengthening Saudi Arabia’s defense system, promoting intelligence cooperation with the kingdom, and planning military maneuvers in Jordan. This came as a new round of talks… Read more »

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Russia Today has just announced that a deal has been reached and is awaiting for the details of the deal.

Claudia

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Great news, Claudia.

Expect to see an increase in zionazi web spamming over the next few days.

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It’s also particularly interesting now that some agreement has been reached at the conference. Claudia is right. We might be amused by some spam-blitz soon. Ziad

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That was a fun read Ziad.

Rarely do I come across anyone coherently, entertainingly and accurately describing the motivations behind geo-political realignments. But you nail it as usual.

I particularly enjoyed the Saudi descriptions, but of course, a crew of backward itinerant gangsters sitting on an oil well are inherently amusing, so I always enjoy the Saudi descriptions.

Cheers!

Ruadhri

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Thank you so much. I am inspired by your kudos. Ziad

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Islamist group calls Tiananmen attack in Beijing ‘jihadi operation’ http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_11_24/Islamist-group-calls-Tiananmen-attack-in-Beijing-jihadi-operation-6939/ “An Islamist group calling itself the Turkestan Islamic Party said a deadly car crash in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square Oct. 28 was a “jihadi operation” by its mujahideen or holy warriors, the SITE monitoring service said. The service, which tracks Islamist militant statements, said the party had released a Uighur language audio speech from its leader Abdullah Mansour in which he said such operations were only the beginning of attacks on Chinese authorities. In the attack, a vehicle ploughed through bystanders on the edge of the capital’s Tiananmen Square and burst… Read more »

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It never ceases to amaze me what these Islamist morons will do to get attention. Do they actually believe that the Chinese government will reward them with anything? The Chinese will exterminate these Uigher radicals before they can relocate to England. Ziad

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http://www.worldtribune.com/2013/11/22/sources-u-s-has-been-conducting-secret-dialogue-with-hizbullah/

Secret discussions with Hizbollah. Heck if they want to get rid of Hizbollah all they have to do is to blow up all of their poppy fields in the Bekaa valley. No money, no honey.

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Hizbollah has much more than hashish fields. Poppy fields smacks of Afghanistan. In any case, Iran would pick up the slack. Ziad

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https://twitter.com/SyrianSmurf/status/403702026984382464/photo/1

Syrian opposition is combining forces . This group has over a hundred thousand men.

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A hundred thousand rats. Don’t refer to them as persons on this blog. In any case, it’s just another job for the Orkin Man. Ziad

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https://twitter.com/Fsa_Media_Hub/status/404334615248117760/photo/1

War crimes collaborator. If you see this man call Interpol immediately.

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As long as he’s a man. Sister Agnes is a noble person. Don’t worry about her. Ziad

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Americans ‘have made up a new Islam’ http://www.panorama.am/en/politics/2013/11/23/americans-new-islam/ A very interesting interview with Dr. Nacib Hoteit. Also at RT: http://rt.com/op-edge/american-war-new-islam-046/ I disagree with Hoteit with several things. The view the Syrian guv can’t win expressed at the beginning. The view that it is Syrians who are the majority of the people arming the opposition. This is clearly false, as the vast majority of the money and arms going to the terrorists is from America and Saudi Arabia. It’s possible Hoteit misunderstood the question and it about where the members of the opposition originate, not their funding and arms. Overemphasis on… Read more »

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One of new made in USA Islamic theology schools is led by Turkish guy named F. Gulen. He is Zionist stooge and CIA operative, has couple of hundred Islamic schools all around the world even in Washington. Opening Islamic school in US without Cia and Hell-Aviv consent is impossible.

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Hello and Good Evening,first of all thanks to Ziad for his unfailing news service. Now to the Zio-chills and stooges.Beside the existing lists of known Rumpelstilzchensof the self-proclaimed choosen ones Wannabe NWO-Leaders,there are every day new ones created for leading oppositional or alternative movements.http://shadowmasterminds.wordpress.com/2013/02/02/jewish-shills/ But wake up ” The best way to control the opposition is to lead it ourselves.” – V.Lenin So, you can easily add this Fethullah Gülen to that list.Alone in the ZOG-Republic of so called Germany under hispretended movement are running more than hundred so called schools and what not else.From where is all the money?From… Read more »

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The moment I saw a picture of rats on an SAA tank dated July 2013, I knew the article wasn’t worth reading. The effort to use photos like this to create an impression is old hat. People don’t fall for it anymore. In any case, Hoteit, as you wrote, is wrong. Ziad

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militants apparently captured al omar oilfields, this will sadly be a huge loss for saa

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No loss at all, not a drop of that oil can be exported. Syrian air force can obliterate oil facilities at any time. SAA receives petrol and diesel from Russia and Iran. Stay safe.

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http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-east/1.559715

Yes its true. Major loss for SAA.

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Complete bullshit more like.

This oilfield is located here: