Skip to comments.Vanity: Why Does Deep State/MSM Want us to Hate Saudi Arabia?
Posted on 11/17/2018 1:16:54 AM PST by TigerClaws
Saudis have always run a brutal dictatorship. We needed the oil. They owned the Bushes. We looked the other way. Obama bowed before them literally.
We look the other way with China, which is an even more brutal dictatorship (in terms of murdering their own citizens).
Why is the CIA leaking stories to CNN about Jamal Khashoggi's murder?
Why is the MSM running story after story about this to shape American popular opinion?
I'm confused why they want me to care.
Please fill me in on the real explanation. Thanks.
Maybe the pay offs are late this month.......
smells like it to me.
My guess is the elite don’t like the new crown prince. He has made a lot of changes that probably weakened their influence. Just a guess.
IMO, its about oil. If the Deep State can foment ill will between Trump and Saudi Arabia, the hope is they would curtail oil production (or an embargo), cause an oil price spike, and precipitate a worldwide recession.
Presto, Trump’s main accomplishment - the booming economy - would go away.
It’s for the same reason they want a war with Russia.
That makes sense.
Finding radical Islam and 9/11 = ignored for years.
Now they want to stir up an embargo.
Must be to tank our economy. Hurt Trump.
You could jump in Doc Brown’s DeLorean and set the time circuits for February 1898 to check out a parallel situation involving an “incident” and US media reaction. Or just read a reliable history book...remember Ecclesiastes: “There is nothing new under the sun.” Also - “History doesn’t repeat itself but does rhyme.”
Ironically it’s the Putinists and Russian trolls on these boards that peddle pro-Iran, pro-Syria nonsense along with their anti-Saudi points. (Usually as a way to mask their latent anti-Israel and anti-Semitic sentiments.)
And those who attempt to pit Shiites and Sunnis against the other as if there is a real difference.
The United States and Saudi Arabia are economically intertwined. Damaging the relationship would harm the United States. Harming the United States hurts Trump’s chances of being successful. As Bill Mau her said, “It may sound awful, but I want a serious recession as that’s the only way to get rid of Trump.”
The fact that you are asking the question indicates you are breaking the conditioning.
[Saudis have always run a brutal dictatorship. We needed the oil. They owned the Bushes. We looked the other way. Obama bowed before them literally.]
CNN covered up torture abuse and murder under Saddam Hussein to keep their Baghdad bureau.
How about Hussein’s rape rooms???
Distraction from Deep State Shenanigans
Because the sponsors of the big media companies want the Trump Administration to suffer a terrible failure in foreign relations. They’ll even do it at the cost of the people of the United States in a war.
Those sponsors want more than anything else to control (enslave) the people of the planet (globalism), so they want their trade regime to continue, along with pulling hordes of people in from radically different cultures to the United States. That’s also why they want to violate our Second Amendment rights.
Our Second Amendment rights, along with being the last line of defense against an attempt at imposing severe domestic tyranny, are the last line of defense against foreign invasion and occupation. The U.S.A. is the place where guerrilla warfare against a foreign occupier would be most effective (American ingenuity). I know what I’m talking about here but won’t go into personal details now.
So who would benefit from the U.S.A. being invaded and occupied by a main foreign trading partner that is also bent on conquering the world? The answer should be obvious.
The goal of every US administration since the discovery of oil there in the Middle East is to prevent any single power from unifying the whole oil-producing region under its rule and taking oil prices to the moon. Accounting for fairly minimal transportation costs (2 to 3 cents per gallon from the Middle East to the US), oil has a single price. We import 10m barrels a day. Even if we imported none, US oil prices would be set globally, because oil is a fairly generic commodity. Middle Eastern oil price spikes mean pain at the gasoline pump stateside. We “tolerate” Saudi Arabia for the same reason we “tolerate” other governments worldwide, friendly or even hostile, that are not the US of A - we’re not interested in annexing and colonizing the world, and at the present moment, we lack the necessary ruthlessness to be successful at that game.
I heard some details from European radio a few hours ago about the leaks from the Agency. The Agency does not have proof—that is, there’s no “smoking gun.” There’s only circumstantial evidence, which makes the occurrence seem even more strange.
Who knows? It’s President Trump’s Agency now. Maybe we’ll find out during the months to come.
Trying to hurt Trump is exactly what it’s about.
Liberals wanted us to look the other way after 911. They never had a problem with their human rights problems before now.
Libs just want to make it difficult for Trump. They’ve strained our relationship with Russia. It doesn’t matter if it’s harmful to the USA. They’re only interested in their agenda. Libs agenda is to obstruct and resist Trump.
Saudis have a lot of money invested in the US. They pull out and it could shake our economy.
Who cares about another dead mudslime?
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