Saudi Crown Prince Uniting 40 Muslim Countries To 'Wipe Terrorists From Earth'

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Saudi Arabia has been hard at work rebranding itself as a more moderate, less "clandestine support for terrorists" kinda place - joining both the UN Human Rights Council and the UN Women's Rights Commission despite creating a humanitarian crisis in Yemen - which, coincidentally, has amazing ports into the very strategic Gulf of Aden.

Notwithstanding reports that they funded 20% of Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign, contributed heavily to the Clinton Foundation, and probably supported anti-Assad Jihadists in Syria to make way for a pipeline project and gain leverage over Iran (which has lead to the influx of over 5 million Syrian refugees throughout Europe), the Saudis appear to have made a major about-face in both domestic and foreign policy following the 2016 US election.

The rounding up of over 200 Saudi princes, sultans, and businessmen in early November should not be taken lightly. Reports that Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal (Citigroup and Twitter's #2 investor and a friend of Hillary Clinton) has been strung up and beaten by American Blackwater (aka Academi / Xe) mercenaries - suggest that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is serious about a new direction. Of note; Blackwater founder Erik Prince is the brother of Trump's Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos.

Recall that the first two stops Donald Trump made as President in mid-February were Saudi Arabia and Israel, where he met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu and Saudi Arabia's King Salman to discuss a coalition to fight terrorism - which, aside from the US and Israel, includes Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the UAE, Bahrain, Oman and Jordan - assembled to fight the Islamic State and curtail Iran's regional ambitions.

Iran, in turn, believes ISIS was created by Saudi Arabia and the West to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Which brings us to yesterday

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, 31, who is soon to take the reigns of the Saudi empire, has announced plans to "wipe terrorists from the face of the earth," by forming a coalition of 40 Muslim countries to defeat ISIS.


Speaking at a summit of defence ministers from across 41 majority-Muslim countries he spoke of a need for a "pan-Islamic united front" against terrorism.

He said: “In past years, terrorism has been functioning in all of our countries... with no coordination among national authorities.

"That ends today, with this alliance."

To that end, the first official meeting of the new Muslim alliance was held on Sunday, just two days after an attack at a Mosque in Egypt killed over 300 people, including 30 children in what has been called the country's worst terrorism incident.

And who's absent from this coalition?

Iran, Syria and Iraq have predictably not joined Saudi Arabia's push against terrorism. Iran and Syria in particular - likely view the entire operation as a charade.

So - Saudi Arabia, realizing their Syrian ambitions are dead without the support of Madame President, is now following a roadmap to diversify out of oil and rebrand itself as a moderate nation to compete in other industries on the global stage. And with 31 year old Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman taking the reigns, perhaps we can hope for an end to hostilities in Yemen as well.

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johnjkiii Tue, 11/28/2017 - 15:15 Permalink

He's going to need a few food tasters, a big staff of body guards and lots of luck. Of course he'll be able to pay for it after he relieves thoae 200 Sultans & princes of their cash. But overall, I like the plan: Become a slaughterhouse for moderation and peace.

343 Guilty Spark IH8OBAMA Wed, 11/29/2017 - 02:13 Permalink

I am not so sure about that.  Why make a big deal about this now if they were planning on promoting terrorists (which they were already doing)? I think that something happened to kick them in the ass and get them into gear.  Possibly a threat of a full US withdrawl from most of the region as we no longer require their resources.  Also adding in that most of the SA higher ups that were arrested are known to bankroll various terrorist groups.Regardless of my opinion on the matter, we will have to wait and see what all will come from this.  A major indicator that things are turning around would be the arrest of Wahabi religious leaders.  

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JohninMK johnjkiii Wed, 11/29/2017 - 10:08 Permalink

And then the brave lady rep from Tunisia spoke. Basically, F... you you Israeli puppets, count us out.Transcript "Your participation in the scandal known as the most recent meeting of the Arab Foreign ministers in Cairo is the ultimate farce. You met to condemn a Yemeni missile that landed in the desert while you remain silent about the killing and displacement of the whole Yemeni population and you're not ashamed of the carnage of the 'heroes of Yemen'? Instead you are showing solidarity with the aggressor country. You and your Arab League rushed into criminalizing the Hezbollah resistance, the only one carrying a gun in the face of the Zionist entity - at the same time this league does not care about anything when it comes to the terrorist organizations that immersed themselves in the blood of Arabs and Muslims - the likes of Daesh, Taliban, Jabhat Al-Nusra, Jund al-Sham, the FSA and many others. As well as your failure in dealing with the crisis in Libya and your inability to re-establish relations with Syria. Because the Saudi regime, America and Israel do not allow you to take such a position. Your excellency, what is falsely called the Islamic coalition is the new Baghdadi coalition and its secretary general is Benjamin Netanyahu. And its military commander is Eisencott, the commander of what they call the IDF. And the Tunisian people who have paid with martyrs in all of the Arabs battles, will not be a part of a reactionary Zionist-American coalition.…

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MisterMousePotato poeg Tue, 11/28/2017 - 18:24 Permalink

Yep. I moved my comment up to the top (because I think I am just oh so clever) just to piss someone off. For Christmas, I would like to set a new record for angry downtwinkles without seeking help from MDB, SlackJack, or the like. Wanna do this all on my own.C'mon, Guys ... this is all I want for Christmas. And an iPod. And this lamp. And this chair. That's all. And my tennis racket.

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DeathingerStar Tue, 11/28/2017 - 17:48 Permalink

40 Muslim countries combining forces to wipe terrorists from the earth? I want to see their definition of "terrorist" before we let this coalition get off the ground. 

Herdee Tue, 11/28/2017 - 17:54 Permalink

And compensation for the 911 victims and their families? Why does the federal government want to fight this for their Wahhabi Head-Chopper Bum Buddies?

frank further Tue, 11/28/2017 - 18:41 Permalink

"That ends today, with this alliance."Didn't some inaugural address asshole say a whole bunch of shit "ends today?"Can anyone describe what's actually ended one year later?Besides campaign promises, that is. 

Carl Panzram Tue, 11/28/2017 - 18:58 Permalink

Great, uniting 40 countries to fight a cause. This sounds familiar. What happens when they’re done? The pedo phophet wanted to take Europe. Eventually, the muslim army is going to get taken over by a muslim extremist.

IvannaHumpalot Tue, 11/28/2017 - 19:01 Permalink

It's another LIE. They are not serious until they attack Sunni Islamofascism. That is the theocrats who want to implement sharia law. Those are the people whose ideology drives the violence of jihadism. There is no point fighting "terrorism" it's not the problem. If you "cure" terrorism but leave the theocrats proselytising their dawa all over the world then "terrorism" will keep coming back everywhere you can't stop it. Only by defeating the theocrat ideology can you remove the jihadis. So they are not serious. This is just PR. It's just BULLSHIT

MoreFreedom Tue, 11/28/2017 - 19:15 Permalink

Let's hope it's true.  The young MBS has said he wants to liberalize Saudia Arabia, into something that's more free than it is now.  And he has been increasing social freedom. The Shites, on the other hand, haven't learned the lesson that you can't have freedom unless you are first willing to give it to others.  The same thing goes for peace.  And frankly, I think he's fighting corruption, because he doesn't want rich guys stealing from the government, using those funds for terrorism. 

pynky01 Tue, 11/28/2017 - 20:32 Permalink

...BS... "terriorists" will become any moslem?Islamist that ain't Wahabibbaaba ... back to same old games been tried before ... the moslem is first a liar then a coward then an ignorant repurposed goat herder in a white dress with hats to match... true sandniggers with a lot of money... what could go wrong... Yemen!!!! We are all guilty.  support Judicial Watch... 

honestann Tue, 11/28/2017 - 21:18 Permalink

Orwell is a piker compared to the current crop of "leaders" and "politicians" == predators-that-be.I hope everyone sees the linguistic trend.  They have almost gotten to the point where every individual who is not an abject supporter of every predators-that-be and every lie pushed by every predator-that-be is a terrorist, by definition.In other words...... predators-that-be who slaughter and enslave hundreds of millions or billions are... pure as the driven snow and always correct by definition.... anyone who reveals or objects to lies, slaughter and enslavement and slaughter by predators-that-be are... terrorists --- by definition.-----All these predators-that-be understand how utterly absurd and obscene their lies and actions are.  They know they are vicious predators, and they're proud of it.  They have extreme disgust for regular folks for being so stupid, gullible, easily manipulated... and especially for being willing to be so mistreated without responding.  The predators-that-be are the most vile and dangerous creatures in the universe... but they are correc that virtuallly all humans are disgustingly stupid, gullible and easy to manipulate and dominate.