Sunday, March 06, 2011

LIBYA AND SAUDI ARABIA

Chinese President Hu Jintao; King Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz.

The USA has asked Saudi Arabia to supply the anti-Gaddafi rebels with anti-tank rockets and mortars. (America's secret plan to arm Libya's rebels)

Meanwhile, the USA seems to be plotting against Saudi Arabia. (BIG CHANGES - SAUDI ARABIA TO TUNISIA)

US defense planners are preparing a range of land, sea and air military options in Libya, the New York Times has reported. (US Weighs Options, on Air and Sea)



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Breaking news. Its getting more and more interesting. Id like to know the identity of those "protesters"...

"Protesters storm several State Security Intelligence buildings across Egypt, including the headquarters in Alexandria."

C.

Anonymous said...

Remember the US-Iran Contra Scandal back in the 1980s? On the one hand the Reagan administration was threatening all sorts and on the other it was conducting secret arms deals with them.

These are the realities of politics, sadly. The greater conspiracy is that the US and UK trade freely with these countries and will do their best to keep these regimes in power as long as they are willing to do business with the West. Hague and Cameron may be outwardly lending their support to the protesters but that didn't stop them sending in an SAS combat team to spy on the rebels. The UK and Britain will be watching events closely. They need to know which way the wind is blowing before committing themselves. They have to ensure as far as possible that any opposing regime will be willing to honour existing contracts and be willing to continue trade – and that’s a generous estimate of their intentions – the better money is on them supporting the Gaddafi regime with as much intelligence gathering assistance as resources permit.

There was no other reason for the SAS and the Mi6 officer to enter the region by stealth. This wasn’t a diplomatic mission – although there’s a remote chance it might have been the precursor to one.

For some reason The House of Wisdom (or is that Gnosis?) would have us think we don’t support the likes of Gaddafi. To be honest though, I’m with Mandelson on all this: you don’t change regions like this by hoying bombs from the outside, you change the economic fabric of it.

Gadaffi - at least for the moment - is a safer option. In terms of the bigger picture at least.

Anonymous said...

A few more things I find very interesting about Lybia:

* Lord Jacob Rothschild served on the board of LIA (Lybian Investment Authority)...

http://www.africa-energy.com/html/Public/samples/upstream_oil_and_gas_sample_6.html

* Saif Ghadaffi is involved in a joint investment venture with Jacob and Nathaniel Rothschild in Montenegro...

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/from-libya-to-london-the-world-of-a-wild-child-turned-powerbroker-1776482.html

* Lybia's currency is printed in the UK...

http://www.slate.com/id/2287084/

* Etc...

http://www.google.co.uk/

IMHO opinion we very obviously have the Rothschilds pulling the strings of both sides of this bloody conflict and, consequently, whatever the outcome of it, they will win...

 
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