Saudi Arabia up for Grabs in opening possible litigation over 9-11? Not really because there is no proof – so lawsuits would be based on presumption instead of evidence…
The Saudi SAGA:
At the direction of the winner of the Pulitzer Peace Prize, President Obama, the US and the CIA has spent over $1 billion annually to arm anti-government rebels in Syria. Initially funding a group called Harakat Hazm, the group merged with the Levant Front which merged with a number of other groups and is currently headed by the commander of Ahrar ash Sham – one of the largest rebel factions fighting in Syria. But they aren’t fighting ISIS as much as they are fighting Assad. Their funding comes predominantly from Turkey and Saudi Arabia, and their aim has been to eliminate Assad and take over Syria so as to impose Sharia Law under a Sunni government. They are affiliated with Al Nusra which is an al Qaeda member, and until 2013, worked with ISIS. However, their former commander, who has since been killed, claimed that ISIS was a product of Iran and Assad….that’s a new one.
And if you aren’t confused yet – it does get more confusing…
The Ahrar ash Sham group was working in collaboration with ISIS to take over Syria but their leader became incensed when an ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, made a reference to him as an infidel. The Ahrar leader publically humiliated al-Baghdadi, so he had an Ahrar militant executed. Nanananana – tit-for-tat. It was this pickle that caused the al Qaeda affiliate Ahrar ash Sham to sever ties with ISIS and make them a target of their war – in addition to Assad.
So, essentially the US was supporting ISIS against Assad, until the US began supporting al Qaeda against Assad. Until the public at large said – HEY – and the US began to include ISIS in their targets, but not really, because the true agenda all along has not been ISIS or al Qaeda, it’s been the ousting of Assad so as to give Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar, Sunni control and Sharia Law in Syria.
The US considers this group, Ahrar ash Sham, to be a ‘moderate rebel’.
Remember the recent cluster bombing in Syria that was being blamed on Assad? According to a report released by the Soros funded, Human Rights Watch, Saudi Arabia has been using ‘cluster bombs made in the US’ to bomb civilians in Yemen. And the US is – investigating the charge, while the Saudis are silent. Given the Saudis are also fighting in Syria, and are arming the rebels, guess who has cluster bombs?
And while there have been a handful of bombings of mosques in Saudi Arabia by ISIS, they targeted Shiite mosques, the same Shiites that Saudi Arabia is attempting to ethnically ‘cleanse’.
Fast Forward: The release of the 28 pages relating to the 9-11 attacks by Sunni Sauds has been tabled. It is considered in the best interest of the people… Perhaps because the Sauds own $117 billion of US debt and reneging on that debt could prove to be a financial holocaust. But China holds $1.2 trillion! And Japan $1.23 trillion. By comparison, the Sauds own a trickle. So there has to be something else.
The media focus is on two points: Did the government of Saudi Arabia fund the 9-11 attack? And are the Saudis responsible for the rise of ISIS and al Qaeda?
Actually, the country of Saudi Arabia has been divided and devisive for quite some time. The royal family squanders the wealth while most of the citizens are unemployed, unemployable and have little distributed wealth at all. The median income in Riyadh is about $20,000 per year, but half the population live well below that, and 20% of the population live in dire poverty. By contrast the Royal House of Saud is estimated to be worth $1.4 TRILLION. And they have no desire to “share”. So the Saudi people were miffed.
This drastic inequality led to the rise of disgruntled youth forming together a group looking for a country of their own that would be free of the corrupt Saudi royals. What to do… what to do?
These young rebels banded into factions and ultimately came to be known as ISIS and al Qaeda. The House of Saud was free as long as they agreed to help these factions get their own country to lead, as in Syria and Iraq. A win-win for the Sauds, but they needed help. Enter the US. Deals are cut, money exchanges hands, and the Truth is shredded. Thus, in effect the formation of ISIS and al Qaeda was a form of blackmail and in return, the Sauds, Turkey and Qatar get rid of their enemy, the Shiites, and these ‘rebels’ get their own countries . What did the US get? Oil and investment to prop up our economy. But as conspiracies began to leak, the US needed to back peddle which is why the bleak US attacks against ISIS and al Qaeda have been so minimal they are embarrassing, and why the US has to oust Assad – its part of the deal.
It also explains why no one in the Middle East wants the refugees. The refugees would make demands for such anomalies as jobs, food, housing and thus dilute the wealth that is doled out to the royals. Something the Sauds refuse to – share. Enter Erdogan who has somehow amassed over $185 million (and growing exponentially) from a 50,000 euro per year salary. Not to mention the fortune one of his son’s has “earned” estimated to be over $80million. Erdogan claims he made his wealth $185 million from smart ‘investments’ which is rather buffoonerist logic. Suddenly, Turkey is on board fighting Syria, and what do they get for their efforts, the annihilation of their least favorite faction – the Kurds. Tit-for-tat. Which would explain why Erdogan supports ISIS – because he became part of the “deal”.
All of this would also explain why Obama keeps telling us not to worry about ISIS, Russia is a much bigger terrorist – because that would be in keeping with the “deal” which ultimately will give ISIS and al Qaeda Syria and Iraq – and thus all will be well with the world…
Of course, this assumes that all parties of the “deal” can be trusted to keep their part of the deal and not renege or go off course – as in, umm, the Paris attacks… and Brussels…and oh the US. And then of course, there is Europe… apparently they are ‘expendable’.