Riyadh, Monday May 22, 2017
The most bizarre part of Donald Trump’s three-day visit to Saudi Arabia was his rambling speech to the Arabian potentates and Muslim heads of State from some 50 countries on May 21.
He started by thanking “King Salman for his extraordinary words, and the magnificent Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for hosting today’s summit.” As a narcissist with an ego the size of a super oil tanker, the man with pea-size brain was mightily pleased to be awarded the King Abulaziz medal. This is Saudi Arabia’s highest civilian medal and has been conferred upon virtually every American president as well as British prime minister. Salman also conferred it on German Chansellor Angela Merkel and the rabidly anti-Muslim Hindu, Narendra Modi.
The speech written for him by the Islamophobe Stephen Miller, who was also the architect of the failed policy to ban citizens of seven Muslim majority countries from entering the US, Trump waxed eloquent about his vision of “peace, security, and prosperity—in this region, and in the world.”
Obviously, the certified lunatic—a number of American psychiatrists have said Trump is mentally unstable—has a strange way of spreading “peace, security and prosperity in the region.” On April 6, Trump fired 59 cruise missiles at a Syrian military base for allegedly using chemical weapons against civilians. No proof was offered; none was deemed necessary.
He has also threatened North Korea and in Riyadh, he opened his big guns against the Islamic Republic of Iran accusing it of sponsoring terrorism. Islamic Iran is one of the few countries genuinely fighting against the menace of terrorism. It is the victim of Saudi-US-Zionist sponsored terrorism.
Trump was clearly blinded by the billions of dollars handed over to him by the Saudis—$400 billion to be precise—and he refused not see that Saudi Arabia is the terror factory. Wahhabism and the head-chopping terrorists are produced right in the kingdom he was visiting.
So what was his goal? “Our goal is a coalition of nations who share the aim of stamping out extremism and providing our children a hopeful future that does honor to God.
“And so this historic and unprecedented gathering of leaders—unique in the history of nations—is a symbol to the world of our shared resolve and our mutual respect. To the leaders and citizens of every country assembled here today, I want you to know that the United States is eager to form closer bonds of friendship, security, culture and commerce.”
Trump has a strange way of promoting friendship and security. He applauded the Saudis’ genocidal war on Yemen in which the US is also complicit. The US has armed, trained and supported the head-chopping, organ eating takfiri terrorists in Syria and Iraq. And he just signed an agreement to sell $110 billion worth of weapons to the incubator of terrorists: the Bani Saud regime.
With an eye on his home front where he is facing a serious challenge for his murky dealings with the Russians, Trump tried to tell them via the Riyadh gathering what he had achieved in the medieval kingdom.
“Now, there is even more blessed news I am pleased to share with you. My meetings with King Salman, the Crown Prince, and the Deputy Crown Prince, have been filled with great warmth, good will, and tremendous cooperation. Yesterday [May 20], we signed historic agreements with the Kingdom that will invest almost $400 billion in our two countries and create many thousands of jobs in America and Saudi Arabia.”
True, the $110 billion arms agreement is the biggest single arms deal in US history and as Trump eagerly admitted, “the American military is very pleased.” And so it should be. Their jobs and factories of the merchants of death have been secured for a long time.
“We are not here to lecture—we are not here to tell other people how to live, what to do, who to be, or how to worship” but then he proceeded to do just that.”
Trump told them: “But the nations of the Middle East cannot wait for American power to crush this enemy [terrorism] for them. The nations of the Middle East will have to decide what kind of future they want for themselves, for their countries, and for their children.”
He described it as “a battle between Good and Evil”. Obviously, Trump and his Arabian puppets are the good guys and not the head-chopping ISIS but Islamic Iran, Yemen’s Ansarallah, Hizbullah and Hamas are the bad guys. Why; because they want genuine freedom for their people and do not want to be puppets of America.
In other words, America wants the Arabs’ money but will not fight the monsters these very regimes—and America—have spawned for their nefarious agenda.
“But this future,” Trump went on, “can only be achieved through defeating terrorism and the ideology that drives it.” He could have spelled out that ideology in precise terms: Wahhabism as practiced by the Saudis and spread like a deadly virus throughout much of the Muslim world and beyond.
But doing so would have jeopardized Trump’s quest for money and equally importantly, undermined the policy of destabilizing the region to secure Zionist Israel’s future as the dominant power.
How much more insults would these Arabian clowns suffer? There is no depth of depravity that they would not sink to.