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plan c: back door through Saudi Arabia?

So as far as we know Israel has not given up on the Iran war, but they have to proceed along some indirect route. Possible routes include Lebanon and Syria. What about Saudi Arabia?

Here's some more unconfirmed information on the history of the Saudi Royal family actually being crypto-Jews, a deception allegedly started long ago in a tale of long-lost cousins reuniting by chance, except only one of them knew they were cousins.
In the year 851 A.H. a group of men from AL MASALEEKH CLAN, which was a branch of ANZA Tribe, formed a caravan for buying cereals (wheat and corn) and other food stuff from IRAQ, and transporting it back to NAJD. The head of that group was a man called SAHMI BIN HATHLOOL. The caravan reached BASRA, where the members of the group went to a cereal merchant who was a Jew, Called MORDAKHAI BIN IBRAHIM BIN MOSHE’. During their bargaining with that merchant, the Jew asked them : “Where are you from?” They answered: “From ANZA TRIBE; a clan of AL MASALEEKH.” Upon hearing that name, the Jew started to hug so affectionately each one of them saying that he, himself, was also from the clan of AL MASALEEKH, but he had come to reside in BASRA (IRAQ) in consequence to a family feud between his father and some members of ANZA Tribe.

After he recounted to them his fabricated narrative, he ordered his servants to load all the camels of the clan’s members with wheat, dates and tamman; a remarkable deed so generous that astonished the MASALEEKH men and aroused their pride to find such an affectionate (cousin) in IRAQ- the source of their sustenance; they believed each word he said , and , because he was a rich merchant of the food commodities which they were badly in need, they liked him (even though he was a Jew concealed under the garb of an Arab from AL MASALEEKH clan).

When the caravan was ready to depart returning to NAJD, that Jewish Merchant asked them to accept his company, because he intended to go with them to his original homeland, NAJD. Upon hearing that from him, they wholeheartedly welcomed him with a very cheerful attitude.

And so forth, a tale of deception that to me, a student of human nature, rings true. But whether it's true I do not know.
Ever since his descendants grew up in number and power under the name of SAUDI CLAN, they have followed his steps in practicing under ground activities and conspiracies against the Arab Nation. They illegally seized rural sectors and farm lands, and assassinated every person who tried to oppose their evil plans. They used all kinds of deceit for reaching their goals: they bought the conscience of their dissidents; they offered their women and money to influential people in that area, particularly to those who started to write the true biography of that Jewish Family; they bribed writers of history in order to purify their ignominious history, and make their lineage related to the most prominent Arab Tribes such as RABI’A, ANZA and ALMASALEEKH.
Well, I fell down the rabbit hole in about three seconds flat here looking into this. Let's just say it's not for nothing they're so tight with the Bushes. There's too much here for it to all be wrong. But anyway, if you want a few laughs, go to the top link and read the descriptions of the Saudi princes, like this one:
Prince Khalid bin Sultan:
If one had to describe this big ugly huggable bear, the best description will have to be the quote provided anonymously by General Schwarzkopf staff during the Gulf war : “When it comes to military know how, he gets a C minus.When it comes to bravery, he gets a D. When it comes to intelligence, he gets a D minus. Other than that, he is OK”. This is the man who provided water and food to the Desert Storm troops through a contractual agreement with the government of Saudi Arabia. This contract alone made him $2 billion in commissions. After the war, he claimed that he was behind the victory of Desert Storm. Needless to say that he has been exiled to London where he has written a self-promoting book that exuded his intelligence and understanding of military operations. Even Prince Sultan wishes he never had that son. Today, he spends his time trying to impress Europeans and Americans alike through social activities. He is totally ignored except for those who benefit directly and indirectly from the crums of his money.
Given the descriptions of these clowns, and the accusations of their personal habits, it's a wonder they haven't slit each others' throats. And no wonder they can't get their family jewels back from the Thais. But I digress...

For more recent evidence of complicity with Israel's agenda, in July 2009 the Times Online reported that Saudi Arabia would 'turn a blind eye' to Israeli jets flying over their airspace en route to attack Iran:

The head of Mossad, Israel’s overseas intelligence service, has assured Benjamin Netanyahu, its prime minister, that Saudi Arabia would turn a blind eye to Israeli jets flying over the kingdom during any future raid on Iran’s nuclear sites.

Earlier this year Meir Dagan, Mossad’s director since 2002, held secret talks with Saudi officials to discuss the possibility.

The Israeli press has already carried unconfirmed reports that high-ranking officials, including Ehud Olmert, the former prime minister, held meetings with Saudi colleagues. The reports were denied by Saudi officials.

“The Saudis have tacitly agreed to the Israeli air force flying through their airspace on a mission which is supposed to be in the common interests of both Israel and Saudi Arabia,” a diplomatic source said last week.

Although the countries have no formal diplomatic relations, an Israeli defence source confirmed that Mossad maintained “working relations” with the Saudis.

OK. Let's see. What else do we know about Saudi Arabia? We know they spend a lot of money on military arms, for what purpose nobody seems to know for sure.
Saudi Arabia buys more arms than any other county in the Middle East. In 2009, the nation spent $40.5 billion on that. Israel comes second with a much smaller amount though - $13 billion.
Despite all that spending, two reports this week seem to indicate that something is going wrong for the Saudis and they need some assistance, although this has proven difficult to confirm.

One, they released an Iranian nuclear scientist to Washington. Why did they capture him and why would they release him, and why to Washington? Is it some sort of quid pro quo? If so for what?
An Iranian nuclear scientist who went missing in Saudi Arabia has been "handed over by Riyadh to Washington," Mehr news agency reported on Tuesday, quoting Tehran's foreign ministry spokesman. "Shahram Amiri, Iran's nuclear scientist who had gone to hajj in Saudi Arabia, was handed over by Riyadh to Washington," Ramin Mehmanparast told Mehr, referring to the Umra.

The spokesman said Amiri was one of 11 Iranian detainees currently held in US jails. His statement was the first acknowledgement by Tehran that Amiri was a nuclear scientist. Iranian officials have previously said Amiri went missing in Saudi Arabia soon after he landed there as a pilgrim earlier this year.
Two, they are reportedly in 'panic mode' because some of their own Saudi shi'ite military units refuse to fight the shi'ite Yemen rebels, who have now infiltrated deep into Saudi territory.
LONDON — Jordan has sent several hundred troops from its special operations forces to help the Saudi military with its many Shi'ite units contain the Yemeni Shi'ite rebellion, which has spread deep into the Arab kingdom.

Western intelligence sources said Jordan's King Abdullah sent the SOF units to Saudi Arabia in November 2009. The sources said the Jordanian king was acting on an urgent request from his Saudi counterpart for elite soldiers who could hunt for Iranian-backed Shi'ite rebels in both Saudi Arabia and northern Yemen.

"The Saudis are in a panic mode and don't have the troops or capabilities to stop the Yemeni Shi'ites," an intelligence source said.

The sources said Riyad's need for foreign forces stemmed from a refusal by Shi'ite-dominated Saudi units to fight the Believing Youth. They said this has led to the dismantling of several local security units familiar with the Saudi-Yemeni border.

Saudi officials have not confirmed the assertion of the Western intelligence sources. But on Nov. 27, Saudi Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khaled Bin Sultan acknowledged that Yemeni Shi'ite fighters held at least two southern Saudi villages for nearly a month. Later, officials said 15,000 Saudis had been evacuated from their homes.

The sources said Jordan has been the only Arab League state to respond to Saudi appeals for help in fighting the Iranian-backed Believing Youth movement. Believing Youth has been fighting an intermittent war in northern Yemen since 2004, but in November 2009 invaded southern Saudi Arabia and captured several border villages.

"The Saudi air force has been heavily bombing villages inside Yemen, but this has not made a dent in the capabilities of the Shi'ite rebels," the source said. "They have been well-trained by Iran and Hizbullah and have moved steadily north in Saudi Arabia."

The Saudi military has focused on trying to impose a blockade on northern Yemen. The Royal Saudi Naval Forces has bolstered its presence with at least four fast attack craft and missile boats and reported the destruction of weapons smuggling ships from neighboring Somalia.

"The infiltrating terrorists intended to attack our nation when they encroached upon our territories and terrorized our peaceful people," King Abdullah said in an address to his troops. "Undeterred by religion or ethical values, the intruders shed the blood of the people."
Well, um, the US has a lot of forces stationed in Saudi Arabia. What if they ask the US to help? Is that why they handed over the Iranian nuclear scientist, to assist in that decision making process? Or to make sure that the US military also 'turns a blind eye' to Israeli jets flying over Saudi Arabia? And what happened to that Iranian nuclear scientist during his captivity? Is he now going to cough up some useful "evidence" against Iran? And can the Saudis seriously not handle, with their sophisticated military, a few rebels? Is the Saudi military really so undisciplined and/or estranged from the royal family that it refuses to fight the rebels? I don't know the answers to these questions. But is this some kind of pathetic floundering plan C to get the Iran war started, or is it just pathetic floundering?


Greg Bacon said…
I'm still waiting for 'Wolfie' or that drunk rodeo clown to show some Saudi entertainment, like a live video feed of the Sauds choping off someone's head or hands.

Strangely though, they hardly talk about those lovable cutups.

Wonder why?
A. Peasant said…
ha, i know what you mean. hey les vis predicts we'll be seeing things like this soon. meanwhile there was this royal torture video: