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To: don-o

Follow the Money

Sunni Muslims have been at war with Alawite and Shiite Muslims for over a thousand years and no one ever paid any attention to their killing each other, so why all of a sudden has our President taken sides in this Muslim domestic disturbance? One thing I’ve learned over the years is that when you’re trying to identify a motive in a criminal investigation, all you have to do is “follow the money” and it’ll usually come into focus.

The first clue came when we saw our President publicly bow and grovel before the King of Saudi Arabia (a Sunni Muslim). Could it have been because the King of Saudi Arabia financed Obama’s campaign? Remember, there are still large sums of money in Obama’s campaign coffers that haven’t been adequately explained.

If the King of Saudi Arabia now “owns” our President, it could explain why Obama has sided with the King’s Sunni Muslim Al-Qaeda rebels in this Civil War against Syria’s Alawite/Shiite government. It could also explain why Obama has prevented the development of U.S. oil resources and has effectively “killed” coal in the U.S. in order to keep our country dependent on foreign oil.

It’s evident that U.S national security isn’t threatened by this Syrian Civil War and the only reason we’ve entered into this fracas is because President Obama is “bought and paid for” by the Saudis. Now, we’re learning just how many in our Congress, from Boehner to McCain, are also on the Saudi payroll.

Our Secretary of State, John Kerry, just revealed that the Saudi King has offered to reimburse the U.S. for the cost of U.S. strikes in Syria. If President Obama sells the services of our U.S. Military to an Islamic Sultan, as he’s about to do, our Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen will then become historic parallels to Ottoman Janissaries. Americans will then go to war shoulder to shoulder with their Al-Qaeda allies making Osama bin Laden so proud.

Other sources have reported that the Saudis attempted to pay the Russians to stop supporting Assad’s Syrian Government, but the Russians refused to be bought, and why would the Russians refuse to be bought by the Saudis? Again, just “Follow the Money.” The only reason the Russians would refuse to be bought by the Saudis is because they see more monetary gain for themselves if this disturbance in Syria escalates and hostilities spread throughout the Middle East.

If the U.S. strikes Syria, it will in all likelihood trigger a war that will quickly spread throughout the Middle East from Israel through Saudi Arabia to Iran. When this happens, nukes could start popping, Middle East oil fields could become highly radioactive, and Saudi oil could become unobtainable on the world market.

As Russia has developed its oil resources equal to or possibly past the Saudis and are now considered the #2 oil producer in the world behind Saudi Arabia, the elimination of Saudi oil would make Russia #1 in the world. Russia could then name their own price for oil, and the world would have to pay. You have to hand it to the Russians, chess players that they are and looking at least five moves ahead, as they will have eliminated their competition and tricked their competition into paying for it.

Don’t look for a motive in this war for the Saudi Sunnis, the Syrian Alawites, and the Iranian Shiites, as they’re primitive religious fanatics and don’t need a motive beyond their own insanity.

I ask you; just how insane do we have to be to enter into a war among the insane?

3 posted on 09/11/2013 4:22:33 AM PDT by DJ Taylor (Once again our country is at war, and once again the Democrats have sided with our enemy.)
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To: DJ Taylor

“I ask you; just how insane do we have to be to enter into a war among the insane?”

If I were POTUS, I would draw a red line: Any WMD use will be met with a swift, powerful response. Any WMD use on non-Muslim countries, that is.

8 posted on 09/11/2013 4:33:36 AM PDT by Rennes Templar (Seen any scandal headlines lately?)
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To: DJ Taylor

If you’re really going to follow the money, you ought to consider the international reserve status of the US$, the quality of the US$ as a store of value, and the current US$ holdings of KSA and other OPEC nations. Fact is that the US government is utterly dependent upon OPEC and China to finance its deficits, but the quality of the US$ has significantly deteriorated. Consider what would happen if KSA persuaded OPEC to price crude oil in gold instead of US$. This prospect makes our friends, the Saudis, very persuasive in such matters. And, like everything, the current crop of politicians will even make the US military available for a price.

9 posted on 09/11/2013 4:38:49 AM PDT by Skepolitic
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To: DJ Taylor

All valid observations, to which the money analysis should included Russia’s monopoly on natural gas supply to the EU which is does not want to give up with a regime change in Syria to a French/US consortium or some other, pipeline from Turkey through Syria. This is well- discussed everywhere except the MSM.

In any case the muzzzie in chief is owned by the Saudis as was Jimmah Cahtah, who still is. Shariah continues to weasel its way into our society with the protectors of Mecca funding it and swaying the lickspittle “elite” of harvaaaard and the the NE aristos of bygone days.

No question this ALL started with G Bush senior unravelling all that Ronald Reagan put together.

The Progressives are fully vested in the NWO and Saudi plans and have been all along, for their “investment” portfolio. Bush to Clinton,to Bush to.... obamaumao.

The problem is that obamaumao is also a marxist.

This is also ALL smokescreen for the march of obamaumaocare which RINOs are supporting. That and the ridiculous arguments about “shutting down the govt.” charade.

17 posted on 09/11/2013 6:08:19 AM PDT by John S Mosby (Sic Semper Tyrannis)
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To: DJ Taylor

“I ask you; just how insane do we have to be to enter into a war among the insane?”

Insanity makes a great smoke screen for the Ruling Class agenda. They want to suck the oxygen out of defunding Obama-Care, and maybe even sneak in a midnight amnesty plan. I wish Speaker Bone-head would just start the Obama Party and try to split the democrat ticket. Then he’d be part of the solution.

At the same time, O-bomb-a gets to help Al Quaeda and put secularists and Christians at risk. Just like Egypt, siding against Coptic Christians. And just like Clntion’s support of the KLA islamo-terrorists in Kosovo.

18 posted on 09/11/2013 6:43:03 AM PDT by Arthur Wildfire! March (George Washington: [Government] is a dangerous servant and a terrible master.)
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To: DJ Taylor
"If the King of Saudi Arabia now “owns” our President, it could explain why Obama has sided with the King’s Sunni Muslim Al-Qaeda rebels in this Civil War against Syria’s Alawite/Shiite government."

Anyone who thinks we should get involved in Middle East conflicts should read this simplified overview of Shia–Sunni relations (Wikipedia)

From what I can parse out:

Sunni = Wahhabis(Salafiyya), ethnic groups = Arabs, Kurds and Turkmen, military/political groups = Muslim Brotherhood/Al-Qaeda/Taliban/Ansar al-Islam/Al-Tawhid Wal-Jihad/Jeish al-Taiifa al-Mansoura/Jeish Muhammad/Black Banner Organization

Shia = Alawites/Fivers/Twelvers, military/political group = Hizbullah/Iranian Qods Force (their special ops)/Mahdi Army (Muqtada al Sadr's group)/League of the Righteous/The Promised Day Brigade

[Note: Baathists = Baath Arab Socialist Party, founded in 1947 by Michel Aflaq (a Christian), Salah al-Din al-Bitar (a Sunni muslim) and the followers of Zaki al-Arsuzi (a Shia Alawite).]

Sunni majority states:
- Saudi Arabia (birthplace of Islam, under Sharia law, but 15% are Shia)
- Pakistan (80% Sunni)
- Jordan (95% Sunni)
- Afghanistan (90-95% Sunni)
- Syria (approximately 3/4 Sunni, but 15% are Shia Baathist rulers)
- Yemen (54% Sunni)

Shia majority states:
- Iran (92% Shia)
- Iraq (65% Shia, but 32% are Shia who were Baathist rulers)
- Lebanon (Hizbullah)

31 posted on 09/11/2013 2:27:58 PM PDT by uncommonsense (Liberals see what they believe; Conservatives believe what they see.)
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