Why 15 Years After 9/11 US Media and D.C. Think Tanks Cheer for Saudi Sponsored, Al-Qaeda Allied Jihadists in Aleppo

It’s all about the petrodollar and D.C.’s increasingly desperate, indefensible measures to defend it.

This is why Saudi Arabia can get away with threatening the U.S. with dumping $750 billion in assets it no longer has thanks to lower oil prices over some 28 redacted pages of a 9/11 report prepared by Congress that gets released in sanitized form anyway. And why the Saudis can brag in their media about funding 20% of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and no one outside of Zerohedge and the alternative media bats an eyelash. And why we’re seeing desperate attacks on Donald Trump as the alleged Siberian/Manchurian candidate of the Kremlin to distract and deflect Americans from Hillary being bought and paid for by foreign and especially Saudi and Qatari interests (Doha being the major patron of the Muslim Brotherhood which counts longtime Hillary aide and wife to disgraced ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner Huma Abedin‘s relatives among its adherents).

With so much Sunni Persian Gulf money floating around, is it any wonder there’s an army of non-Arab shills eager to defend Saudi Arabia’s ‘Free Syrian’ proxies on Twitter and advocate for the U.S. military to act as the Sauds private mercenary force in attacking Riyadh, not necessarily America’s enemies? (And not just in Syria, but also soon sending more American troops to Yemen where the Saudis are getting their rear ends handed to them by Houthi tribesmen with nary an Iranian Revolutionary Guardsman in sight). – JWS

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  1. "In this interview Hosein describes his belief based on Islamic eschatology that a revived Ottoman Empire in alliance rather than competition with ‘Rum’ (the Third Rome or Russia) will replace a doomed House of Saud as the chief patron and center of world Sunni Islam."

    Wow it gives me great excitement to know that my thoughts parallel with the great Sheik Hosein without even knowing that he felt this way!

    This is what I posted on James the Russian Analyst site on Aug. 1.

    "I think definitely Russia and Turkey as an increasingly Islamic republic can live peacefully and as friends. Why not. Iran is a theocracy and they have great relations with Russia. After all Russian allies such as Uzbekistan are not great examples of western liberal democracies. If Erdogan and Putin can establish a modus operandi where an Islamic dominated Turkey with Erdogan as a neoSultan not engage anymore in regime change, whether it’s Syria, the Caucasus, Azerbaijan or Armenia then Turkey can fit right in with the Eurasian community. In other words Russia would be fine with an Islamic dominated Turkey as long as it is friendly with Russia. I don’t think Russia would even consider an Islamic Turkey having great influence with other Turkic people like Azerbaijan a threat as long as it remains in the realm of fraternal relations. A re-establishment of some sort of Caliphate with Erdogan as the leader with friendship and consultation with the Moslem leaders in the area including the head of Moslems in Russia, central Asia, Iran and Iraq would be stabilizing and would really unite Eurasia. If Erdogan has indeed learned the lessons of his failed and disastrous policies in Syria and other places and turn 180 degrees and will do what I’ve discussed above, then the future looks very bright for Eurasia and we may even see the healing of the middle East soon."

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