Saudi King Openly Supports the Murderous Crushing of Democracy In Egypt

[The fat old camel-herder actually came-out and admitted the obvious (SEE:  Saudi King Abdullah Owns the War Crimes Being Committed By Gen. al-Sisi).  Now what is Obama to do?  By publicly embracing the idea of crushing Middle Eastern democratic activism with bullets and clubs, even though it has cost hundreds of lives wherever the Saudi solution has been enacted, Abdullah is openly promoting dictatorship over democracy.  Everything that Washington does is wrapped-up in an American flag and called “Democracy.”  If we allow the Saudi totalitarian model to prevail over the “Democratic” model then we embrace our own destruction and lose all reason and pretense for further foreign aggressions.  With no excuse to “help,” nations to “embrace democracy,” the Pentagon plans for eternal “humanitarian wars” go down the drain.  Obama was sure that his Arab friends would handle the Syrian and Greater Middle East operations for him, when all they did was to divide it all up between themselves.  When the Saudis were given the “green light” to sabotage the Qataran “Islamist” solutions to everything, I am certain that Obama didn’t have a clue that the Saudis would sabotage his entire Middle East project.  Obama thought that he was gaining control of his Middle Eastern hands, but all he accomplished by giving the Saudis control of both hands, was that his right hand chopped-off his left.] 

Saudi king backs Egypt’s military


King Abdullah calls on Arabs to stand together against “attempts to destabilise” Egypt.


………………Eat me, Obama!………………………… 

King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has called on Arabs to stand together against “attempts to destabilise” Egypt.

“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, its people and government stood and stands by today with its brothers in Egypt against terrorism,” he said in a statement read on state TV on Friday, backing Egypt’s military leadership.

“I call on the honest men of Egypt and the Arab and Muslim nations … to stand as one man and with one heart in the face of attempts to destabilise a country that is at the forefront of Arab and Muslim history,” he added.

He also said that they are confident that Egypt will recover.

Saudi Arabia was a close ally of former president Hosni Mubarak and has historically had a difficult relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood.

It pledged $5 billion in aid to Egypt after Mohammed Morsi of the Brotherhood was ousted from the presidency last month.