There is no more services that Obama can provide his baby pet camel, Saudi Arabia. His time is up. America is still here regardless how many times I’ve heard of ‘doom’ and ‘blood moon’ or ‘Obama is Antichrist’. The prognosticators now must catch up with us and pass these curses from the U.S. to Saudi Arabia and rewrite their books. But unlike us, they will write them after the facts and not before. The U.S. Congress basically told Arabia’s favorite slave messenger to take a hike into Arabia’s sand dunes. The Congress took a heroic act against Saudi Arabia, and now besides Obama’s threats, we have desert camels popping up with spit trying to scare the American people into submission.
Saudi Arabia, its media and its government is now warnings Congress on the passing of legislation (JASTA) allowing families of victims to sue the kingdom for the Sept. 11 attacks.
The oil-rich country is now threatening an arsenal of diplomatic and commercial tools it will respond with. They include “curtailing official contacts,” “pulling billions of dollars from the U.S. economy,” and “persuading its close allies in the six-member Gulf Cooperation Council it dominates to scale back counterterrorism cooperation,” “investments and U.S. access to important regional air bases.”
Very funny. Saudi Arabia is more prone to terrorist attacks. Even more scary, an Iran attack is imminent, much more than the U.S., which means that Arabia is now threatening its only guard dog.
Not a good idea.
But Saudi Arabia will do what it does best. It is already camel spitting and is threatening to pull billions of dollars from the U.S. economy warning that investor confidence in the U.S. could decline.
This is a strange argument. What Saudi Arabia is saying, that if the U.S. tightens the noose on terror states that Saudi “confidence” in the U.S. will decline. In other words, terror-states will pull their money and invest elsewhere.
Also, if anything, Saudi Arabia, during the first Gulf War, realizes that it was the Saudis who needed the U.S. and not vise versa.
Perhaps the King of Arabia should spend a few minutes to read the Bible instead of the Quran to realize that all the kings of the earth that slept with them will one day abandon them.
We will see more of this as we get closer to the signs of the times.
One camel, Abdulkhaleq Abdullah, an Emirati Gulf specialist and professor of political science at United Arab Emirates University is spitting words:
“This should be clear to America and to the rest of the world: When one GCC state is targeted unfairly, the others stand around it. All the states will stand by Saudi Arabia in every way possible”.
“When Saudi Arabia wanted to pressure Qatar to limit its support for the Muslim Brotherhood group in Egypt, it spearheaded an unprecedented withdrawal of Gulf Arab ambassadors from Doha in 2014 and essentially isolated the tiny gas-rich nation within the GCC.
And when Sweden’s Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom strongly criticized Saudi Arabia’s human rights record last year, the kingdom unleashed a fierce diplomatic salvo that jolted Stockholm’s standing in the Arab world and threatened Swedish business interests in the Gulf. Sweden eventually backpedaled.”
Yes but Qatar and Sweden are not the U.S., the world superpower, and Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabism is viewed as responsible for ISIS.
Then you have Chas Freeman, former (thank God) U.S. assistant secretary of defense for international security affairs and ambassador to Saudi Arabia during operation Desert Storm, said the Saudis could respond in ways that risk U.S. strategic interests, like permissive rules for overflight between Europe and Asia and the Qatari air base from which U.S. military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria are directed and supported.
This is laughable. The U.S. fighting Islamic terror protects Saudi interest more than the U.S. since ISIS and every Muslim terror organization wants to gulp up Saudi Arabia. Ever wonder why ambassadors are the best ass-kissers? Freeman must have received a call from his Saudi friends begging him to ‘make a difference’.
As to the economic threat, Joseph Gagnon, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics who previously worked at the U.S. Federal Reserve Board and Treasury, said there isn’t much realistically the kingdom could do to move against the dollar or other U.S. assets “that would hurt us a tenth as much as it would hurt them.”
He said the U.S. would actually welcome downward pressure on the dollar.
Saudi Arabia’s day of reckoning is close.
“You who live by many waters
and are rich in treasures,
your end has come,
the time for you to be destroyed.”
Who would ever imagine that the U.S. will do this to Saudi Arabia, which had so much influence on the U.S. We are beginning to see this divorce take place. Arabia is a harlot with many husbands and yesterday the divorce papers from her favorite lover was submitted. There is nothing that can be done by the Kenyan eunuch to restore the marriage since very soon he will be out in the desert. One week before September 28, 2016 when both houses of Congress passed the bill into law after overriding a veto from President Obama we wrote that: “Saudi betrayed all her customers, even her favorite, America, after she kicked him in a sensitive spot on September 11th 2001” and this will be the main reason why the U.S. will abandon Saudi Arabia. We wrote this a week before this recent decision.