World Report 2014: Saudi Arabia | Human Rights Watch–Assad bad/King Abdullah good/ ISIS Beheading’s bad/Saudi Arabian Beheading’s good

James Forrestal, Secretary of Defense under President Truman. Seeing that certain diplomats made decisions that invariably favored the Soviet Union and harmed the United States, he said: “Consistency has never been a mark of stupidity. If the diplomats who have mishandled our relations with Russia were merely stupid, they would occasionally make a mistake in our favor.” On May 22, 1949, Secretary Forestall fell to his death from a window on the 16th floor of Bethesda Naval Hospital. Of course, some people might say…

In its first year of publication, 1922, Foreign Affairs declared: “Obviously there is going to be no peace or prosperity for mankind so long as it remains divided into fifty or sixty independent states. . . The real problem today is that of world government.”

–Truth Is a Lonely Warrior: Unmasking the Forces behind Global Destruction (James Perloff)

The Washington Post on February 2, 1918 said William B. Thompson, a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, gave the Bolsheviks one million dollars to spread their doctrine. On October 17, 1918 William L. Saunders, deputy chairman of the of the Federal Reserve bank of New York wrote President Wilson, “I am in sympathy with the Soviet Union…

In June, 1944 Averell Harriman, than ambassador to the Soviet Union, in a report to the State Department, quoted Stalin as saying that about two-thirds of all large enterprises in the Soviet Union had been built with U.S. aid.

Treason, The New World order (Gurudas)  This is one of the most important, well researched and documented books on American and world reality that I have ever read, and with over 1200 books on my Kindle alone, I have read a lot of them.

Who rules America? If you think the puppet in the White House does, try harder.


hypocrisy_itstheamericanwayEverything you are told by the President, by the mainstream media and very likely by every power elite in our government, those of our “allies” and the financiers and corporations that stand over them should be discounted to the point of vanishing from your mind. Masters of lies, hidden truths and deceit, our nation’s government and those of almost all governments on this planet have been corrupted by money and power beyond what most “normal” humans can grasp. In fact, most of us would rather live in our little bubble worlds of ignorance and assume that the decay will never really reach us. Think again….as our world has been slowly decaying for generations. Accelerated now by technologies of mass indoctrination, we are soon coming to the tipping point and either we seek our freedom in truth or we will die slaves of a globalist empire whose manipulation of our daily lives has already taken on more than a minor Orwellian/Huxleyan hue.

Please, Please remind me again why America and our immediate vassal states do not like Assad of Syria? Human rights? Not the fact that his regime buys its arms from Russia. Not the fact that he refuses to allow the Qatari gas pipeline project through his nation to Turkey and into Europe. Not the fact that the Saudis and other radical Sunni’s do not like his secular regime or that Iran supports him as well as Putin. Oh no, it is because he is an autocratic ruler where women citizens can drive, where they are not considered chattel, where genital mutilation is not allowed nor where beheading and the loss of other body parts by sword is not considered barbaric.

Assad bad: Saudis good! Orwell would be proud of his supposedly fictional prognostications and horrified, perhaps at their realization.  

The United States, a key ally, did not publicly criticize Saudi human rights violations beyond Congressionally mandated annual reports, though State Department spokespeople expressed “concerns” over the convictions of al-Hamid, al-Qahtani, and Badawi.

In August, the US Department of Defense approved the sale of 1,300 cluster bombs to Saudi Arabia for more than US$640 million. Neither country is party to the Convention on Cluster Munitions.

In March 2013, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay “strongly condemned” the executions of the seven Saudi men from Abha, including two who were children at the time of the crimes for which they were convicted.

via World Report 2014: Saudi Arabia | Human Rights Watch.

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