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Saudi Arabia Slammed Protesters in Egypt as "Infiltrators"

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posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 05:31 PM
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Saudi Arabia Slammed Protesters in Egypt as "Infiltrators"


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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates -- Saudi Arabia slammed protesters in Egypt as "infiltrators" who seek to destabilize their country, and a top Palestinian official affirmed "solidarity" with Egypt on Saturday, while an Iranian official called on Egypt to "abide by the rightful demands of the nation" and avoid violent reactions.

The President of the United States Barack Obama bows to King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia at the 2009 G20 summit.Saudi King Abdullah called Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and "was reassured" about the situation in Egypt, the state-run Saudi Press Agency reporte
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posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 05:31 PM
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AAAAAHAHAHAHA..

You couldn't WRITE better script than this folks.

A KING and a DICTATOR, "denouncing" the uprising of pissed off, oppressed masses against TYRANNY, as "infiltrators", with "strange and suspicious agendas". Indeed they are strange to your own agendas of using them to continue to enrichen and empower yourselves.

What this signifies is 'spin 101', and both of these guys literally pooping in their drawers, as they are both desperate to calm this situation down so they can keep their riches and unlimited power over their 'peons'.

So of course the dissenters are looked at and painted as the "enemy against freedom" (gee, where have we heard that before?) while that is exactly what they are fighting for. These rulers show how entirely detached from reality and the masses they always are, time and time again. The masses are merely subservient cattle to them.

I think the world populace in general are tired of these kings, dictators, and Bankster Elitists, and are finally beginning to realize that WE have the actual power in numbers, and that we need to quit being slaves to these insanely rich oligarchies.

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posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 05:37 PM
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I laughed my behind off when I heard his response, especially since he's been in the US the past two months then went to Morocco. What does he know about the current climate?

I still don't think the offing of the Saudi's is gonna happen, the people are too well taken care of to want to risk their lifetime paychecks for sitting on their behinds.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 05:48 PM
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Originally posted by searching4truth
I laughed my behind off when I heard his response, especially since he's been in the US the past two months then went to Morocco. What does he know about the current climate?

I still don't think the offing of the Saudi's is gonna happen, the people are too well taken care of to want to risk their lifetime paychecks for sitting on their behinds.


The day is at hand of harvesting free energy... Just wait until the oil revenues go.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 05:55 PM
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I'm thinking the royal family in Saudi Arabia is getting nervous!
However, they do have a bit of it right.
The TV news is reporting that 'The Muslim Brotherhood' is big behind the protests.
They ain't a pretty bunch. So there is some infiltration and manipulation.
The freedom marches are great ... but the Muslim Brotherhood is waiting in the wings to step up.
I just hope the people of Egypt aren't going from the frying pan into the fire with the Brotherhood.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 06:10 PM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
The TV news is reporting that 'The Muslim Brotherhood' is big behind the protests.


I am thinking maybe george soros, by way of wikileaks, is trying to destabilise the middle east and start ww3?

I have no problem with muslims but at some point it is predicted in prophesy that the arabs will attack israel....

I rather have non-taliban governments such as hosni mubarack than ayatollah homeni!


Originally posted by FlyersFan
They ain't a pretty bunch. So there is some infiltration and manipulation.
The freedom marches are great ... but the Muslim Brotherhood is waiting in the wings to step up.
I just hope the people of Egypt aren't going from the frying pan into the fire with the Brotherhood.


Yeah there is some "infiltration and manipulation" but they don't say *who* is manipulating *who* ....



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 06:14 PM
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As I've said before and have been saying for quite some time, I support these protests and riots. This is what we need on a global scale in order for us to survive. I don't look at this situation on a national scale. I look at it on a global scale. I want there to be global protests and riots. I want all people in all countries to live in freedom. I want the ordinary citizen of all countries to have the power to govern themselves. I don't wish tyranny on anyone, even those who, as an American, are supposed to be my enemy. If you support freedom, you should support freedom for all; and if you support freedom for all, you should support what these brave individuals in Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen, and Greece, among other places, are doing. I applaud them and wish them luck in their efforts. I can only hope that we here in America soon grow the pair necessary to pull off something like this.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 06:55 PM
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I don't think there is much surprise in Washington. Could it not just be that an about turn there to accomodate a proper democracy in Egypt, and a possible proper democracy in South Sudan could help to keep new oil flowing in Suez, or through it? makes sense. In the meantime, you will get all the mainstream media reporting this as a internet inspired war, slowly but eventually. Best hope is that the Egyptian army that really control and actually run the infrastructure stay with the people.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 07:03 PM
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The Saudis are too rich and too spoiled to protest. Just like us.

But if it were to happen, it would be long before the regime keels over because the Saudi Army is like the people, too rich and too spoiled to have any guts.

Egypt, Tunisia and Iran on the other hand, their population is hurt by inflation and poverty, while their army/cops have lived through difficult time before, so they have more ``guts``...

Hopefully, the revolution in Tunisia and Egypt will succeed, unlike in Iran.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 07:17 PM
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"while an Iranian official called on Egypt to "abide by the rightful demands of the nation" and avoid violent reactions."

Ya, Just like Iran was so nice to their demonstrators. This has Iranian take over written all over it, This is the new Africa corps that will align itself with Iran and try to invade Israel in the battle of Gog and Magog.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 07:21 PM
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"Yeah there is some "infiltration and manipulation" but they don't say *who* is manipulating *who* ...."

This has Irans finger prints all over it as they have already taken Lebanon, Tunisa and about to have Egypt and Jordan. This will all be part of the Mahdis army.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 07:24 PM
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This is great. Well Saudi Arabia might just be having a few issues of their own, and Kuwait is said to actually be paying people to calm down. I'm sure the leaders of these countries are all shaking in their boots. Could just be the end of the world as they know it.

There's a video of a protest in SA on page 6 of this thread. Hundreds detained in Saudi Arabia over protests.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 07:34 PM
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It's funny how all consideration for "agent provocateurs" leaves the mind of a certain group of people, providing that the violence isn't occurring in a Western country. Bias? Surely not.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 07:47 PM
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Originally posted by Sky watcher
reply to post by EarthCitizen07
 


"Yeah there is some "infiltration and manipulation" but they don't say *who* is manipulating *who* ...."

This has Irans finger prints all over it as they have already taken Lebanon, Tunisa and about to have Egypt and Jordan. This will all be part of the Mahdis army.


How so exactly, Persian Iran has no particular friends in the Arab world. The Iranian population is also under unwilling control, so you can only be talking about governmental ideology. Most Iranians would prefer their individual rights.
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posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 07:57 PM
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Lol Iran has no room to talk about respecting the rights of the people.

Saudi is pissed because they are seeing a glimpse of their own future.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 08:01 PM
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I somewhat agree with what you are saying.. The concern I have is a true deomcratic movement taking hold that results in anything but.

This might be one of those The devil you know beats the devil you dont moments.

Granted its up to the Egyptian people to decide their own fate, and I think its awesome its taking place, off all regions, the Middle East.

Their are 2 great ironies in life:
Not getting your way and getting exactly what you asked for.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 08:02 PM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
I'm thinking the royal family in Saudi Arabia is getting nervous!
However, they do have a bit of it right.
The TV news is reporting that 'The Muslim Brotherhood' is big behind the protests.
They ain't a pretty bunch. So there is some infiltration and manipulation.
The freedom marches are great ... but the Muslim Brotherhood is waiting in the wings to step up.
I just hope the people of Egypt aren't going from the frying pan into the fire with the Brotherhood.


Afraid that your puppet is gone, and afraid of another Iran.

I can smell the fear in you.

The Muslim world is sick of the American fascist puppet regimes being forcefully shoved down their throats.

One question: Do you think it is time for US troops to withdrawal from Saudi Arabia and let the people of Saudi Arabia deal with their fascist oppressive king, I mean "to deal with the US puppet".



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 08:43 PM
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Originally posted by reatarded
Afraid that your puppet is gone, and afraid of another Iran.


I see someone is not up to date on history. How about you explain to us how President Mubarik came to power in the first place? I will help you out. President Anwar Sadat was assasinated by Islamic extremists. Why you may ask? Because he recognized Israel and the fact that constant warfare between nations accomplishes nothing.

I will refer you to the Camp David Accords. Aside from being assasinated, what else did his actions cause? The Arab League suspended Egypt because they wanted peace.

Iran is a joke and the pressure is building, again, against the current regime. For Iran to make a statement to Egypt declaring the rights of the people should be heard is a laugh riot. The term practice what you preach comes to mind.


Originally posted by reatarded
I can smell the fear in you.


Thats not fear. It would be the smell of dead bodies from centuries of blatant muder in the name of a religion thats been hijacked and its followers brainwashed.

Are you really that afraid of a Democratic form of Government in the Middle East? Are you truely that afraid of accepting more than one idea? more than one religion? To me, a government / religion that goes out of its way to limit the manner in which people worship, who and how, in addition to accepting women as an important part of society outside of baby makers. Fear is when not growing a long beard becomes a crime against the State punishable by death.

True fear is when a Government / religion will take action, at any cost, to silence opposing viewpoints.

The only fear present are by the islamic extremists who are losing their "jihad" because moderate muslims recognize that a death sentence 1400 years ago might not make much sense in the 21st century. I can refer you back to the leaked diplomatic cables about how other countries in the Middle east feel towards Iran.


Originally posted by reatarded
The Muslim world is sick of the American fascist puppet regimes being forcefully shoved down their throats.


Lebanon - Prime Minister harrari assasinated by Hezbullah/Syria/Iran
Egypt - President Anwar Sadat - Assasinated by Islamic Extremists because he made peace with Israel

I can list a few pages more that detail striclty ISLAMIC extremists who have assasinated leaders in the Middle East for their own goals, who had nothing to do with the United States. While we all appreciate the fact the Arab world wants to constantly blame the US for its problems, it needs to be recognized that our country has only been around for 300 years. This mess was not created by the United States alone, and any attempt to argue that point is naieve at best.

Please learn history before attempting to lay blame on others. That tactic smells like the Propoganda drivel that is put out so extremists leaders in the Middle East can blame the US for the shortcomings in their own countries.

Take Iran for an example - Maybe if they took the time to build a damn medical center and less time blaming the great satan for all of their internal problems, things would be different.

You say you smell fear from us, I say that smell is envy of what we have and what arab extremists are trying to prevent from taking hold in arab lands.


Originally posted by reatarded
One question: Do you think it is time for US troops to withdrawal from Saudi Arabia and let the people of Saudi Arabia deal with their fascist oppressive king, I mean "to deal with the US puppet".


Being the US was invited into the country by the ruling monarch, that would be a question for the Saudis to make.

Another history lesson for you.. Why does OPEC manipulate the price of oil through production? Its done to control the price of oil, because they know industrialized nations depend on oil for their economies to move. With the abundance of oil, and the price low (even at 100-150 dollars a barrel) its an incentive for industrialized nations to NOT pursue alternative fuel sources.

Why? Because the Governments in the Middle East would have nothing if alternative energy sources were perfected. It would result in oil being less in demand, the rpices would drop, the western presence would leave the middle east, and they would have no one else to blame for their regligious or economic problems but themselves.

Learning history is imperative.. Didnt your leaders teach you that or are you just repeating the party line because independent thought is forbidden in that neck of the woods?


Peace will always be impossible when its spread by the sword.
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posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 10:32 PM
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Originally posted by Xcathdra

Originally posted by reatarded
Afraid that your puppet is gone, and afraid of another Iran.


I see someone is not up to date on history. How about you explain to us how President Mubarik came to power in the first place? I will help you out. President Anwar Sadat was assasinated by Islamic extremists. Why you may ask? Because he recognized Israel and the fact that constant warfare between nations accomplishes nothing.

I will refer you to the Camp David Accords. Aside from being assasinated, what else did his actions cause? The Arab League suspended Egypt because they wanted peace.

Iran is a joke and the pressure is building, again, against the current regime. For Iran to make a statement to Egypt declaring the rights of the people should be heard is a laugh riot. The term practice what you preach comes to mind.

I simply stated Egypt is a US puppet, how Mubarak came to power doesn't disprove him not being a fascist puppet of the US. I compared Iran to Egypt because the West fears another Iran. They can't contain one Iran, if they have a similar revolution in Egypt then the Western puppets will fall one by one.




Thats not fear. It would be the smell of dead bodies from centuries of blatant muder in the name of a religion thats been hijacked and its followers brainwashed.

Are you really that afraid of a Democratic form of Government in the Middle East? Are you truely that afraid of accepting more than one idea? more than one religion? To me, a government / religion that goes out of its way to limit the manner in which people worship, who and how, in addition to accepting women as an important part of society outside of baby makers. Fear is when not growing a long beard becomes a crime against the State punishable by death.

True fear is when a Government / religion will take action, at any cost, to silence opposing viewpoints.

The only fear present are by the islamic extremists who are losing their "jihad" because moderate muslims recognize that a death sentence 1400 years ago might not make much sense in the 21st century. I can refer you back to the leaked diplomatic cables about how other countries in the Middle east feel towards Iran.

I smell the fear that another puppet is being brought down by the people of the oppressed.




Lebanon - Prime Minister harrari assasinated by Hezbullah/Syria/Iran
Egypt - President Anwar Sadat - Assasinated by Islamic Extremists because he made peace with Israel

I can list a few pages more that detail striclty ISLAMIC extremists who have assasinated leaders in the Middle East for their own goals, who had nothing to do with the United States. While we all appreciate the fact the Arab world wants to constantly blame the US for its problems, it needs to be recognized that our country has only been around for 300 years. This mess was not created by the United States alone, and any attempt to argue that point is naieve at best.

Please learn history before attempting to lay blame on others. That tactic smells like the Propoganda drivel that is put out so extremists leaders in the Middle East can blame the US for the shortcomings in their own countries.

Take Iran for an example - Maybe if they took the time to build a damn medical center and less time blaming the great satan for all of their internal problems, things would be different.

You say you smell fear from us, I say that smell is envy of what we have and what arab extremists are trying to prevent from taking hold in arab lands.

From these uprising it is evident that they are sick of US fascist regimes. Iran was the first successful revolution, now the rest of the Muslim world are following. Maybe you should send a letter to your president to keep your fellow Americans within your own borders, and also to stop giving intel to fascist puppet dictators to crack down on protesters. Also please help the Egyptian protesters communicate, just like you did for the Iranian protesters.

Thanks in advance.




Being the US was invited into the country by the ruling monarch, that would be a question for the Saudis to make.

Another history lesson for you.. Why does OPEC manipulate the price of oil through production? Its done to control the price of oil, because they know industrialized nations depend on oil for their economies to move. With the abundance of oil, and the price low (even at 100-150 dollars a barrel) its an incentive for industrialized nations to NOT pursue alternative fuel sources.

Why? Because the Governments in the Middle East would have nothing if alternative energy sources were perfected. It would result in oil being less in demand, the rpices would drop, the western presence would leave the middle east, and they would have no one else to blame for their regligious or economic problems but themselves.

Learning history is imperative.. Didnt your leaders teach you that or are you just repeating the party line because independent thought is forbidden in that neck of the woods?


Peace will always be impossible when its spread by the sword.
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Yeah, the Monarch does as the US tells it to do. Ofcourse the troops were invited, the US troops in Iraq are also invited, and in Afghanistan, not to mention countless other countries who invited the US to invade them.

It is easy to make that statement when you consider the leaders of those sovereign nations as anything but puppets.

Some of us have evolved and have caught up to US colonialism trickery. They colonize nations through puppet regimes these days, we still have empires, but deception is the reason behind their invisible boundaries.



posted on Jan, 29 2011 @ 11:02 PM
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Originally posted by reatarded
I simply stated Egypt is a US puppet, how Mubarak came to power doesn't disprove him not being a fascist puppet of the US. I compared Iran to Egypt because the West fears another Iran. They can't contain one Iran, if they have a similar revolution in Egypt then the Western puppets will fall one by one.


Actually it does matter how he came to power because the implication is the US put him their, which we did not. Islamic extremists who like to spread hate did that when they killed Sadat.

The US does not fear Iran in a military sense. We fear Iran in the same manner we fear a mentally disbaled sociopath who finds a loaded rifle and car keys in the ignition.



Originally posted by reatarded
I smell the fear that another puppet is being brought down by the people of the oppressed.


Will you smell that same fear when the opressed people turn against the Imams and extremists Islam? Or is it only permissable to "bring down an oppresive regime" but not an opressive religion?



Originally posted by reatarded
From these uprising it is evident that they are sick of US fascist regimes. Iran was the first successful revolution, now the rest of the Muslim world are following. Maybe you should send a letter to your president to keep your fellow Americans within your own borders, and also to stop giving intel to fascist puppet dictators to crack down on protesters. Also please help the Egyptian protesters communicate, just like you did for the Iranian protesters.

Thanks in advance.


I see that brainwashing is kicking in again, prohibiting you from independant research and information while toting the party line of evil great satan. SO you have issues with Arab Governments who hav friendly relations with the US, refering to them as oppresive.

Intresting.

Does your view also include Iran, Syria and Yemen as oppresive regimes? Or is your defintion of oppresive only consist of anything that has relations with the US?



Originally posted by reatarded
Yeah, the Monarch does as the US tells it to do. Ofcourse the troops were invited, the US troops in Iraq are also invited, and in Afghanistan, not to mention countless other countries who invited the US to invade them.


The Presence in Saudi Arabia occured because Huseein invaded Kuwait and looked south. We were invited in, so you can take that issue up with the Saudi Government. Iraq was invaded because they had a wmd program, as wikileaks recently released the info that supported those claims.

Afghanistan was invaded for refusing to turn over the people responsible for the death of over 3000 citizens from different countries, including innocent people from the Middle East. Even if we exclude 9/11, we still have the emabssy bombings in Africa, the attack on the USS Cole, the WTC attack in 1993, the targeting of americans in Europe during the cold war, the suicide bombings at our barracks in Lebanon.



Originally posted by reatarded
It is easy to make that statement when you consider the leaders of those sovereign nations as anything but puppets.


And its easy to make an argument against regimes you dont agree with by labeling them as puppets of the United States. This is my point and thank you for proving it. Anytime something occurs that arabs / muslims dont like, all they do is attach the US to the equation, whether its true or not, in an effort to defelct anger.

If the Saudi Government ever told the US to leave, we would comply, as we have done with other countries where we had a presence. The term lacking in your argument is called responsibility. All we have to do is look at PressTV and we can see how omitting information skews the articles point to blame the US.

So again, extremists fear a democratic system that allows more than one idea. If Egypt were truely our puppot as you claim, we would not have suspended aid to them and call for the egyptian government to respect the voice of the people.


Originally posted by reatarded
Some of us have evolved and have caught up to US colonialism trickery. They colonize nations through puppet regimes these days, we still have empires, but deception is the reason behind their invisible boundaries.


Uhm yeah.. going back to that brainwashed, only teaching people what the propoganda party line is. Colonialism? LOL ok. How about we take a look at the colonialism trickery extremists use, exporting hatred abroad, opressing their own people for not agreeing with Government actions.

Tell ya what, come to Washington DC and stand in front of the whitehouse with a loudspeaker, denouncing Obama and his policies.then head to Iran, one of the countries you hold dear, grab a loudspeaker, and denounce the Ayotollah and Ahminijedad.

Wanna guess which country you can get away with that in and not disappear in the middle of the night. I will give yuou a hint, come to DC first before you head to Iran, because you wont be elaving that country.

But hey.. maybe you are right.. Tell us where, as non muslims, which middle eastern country we can go to where we wont be arrested for our beliefs? Where, as a non muclim, can I go in Iran, or SAudi Arabia where I can go to church?
Where in the Middle East can we openly criticise the Government without fear of being executed. Where, as non muslims, can we go to vacation and take pictures without being arrested as spies?

So while you have some legitimate gripes, you really should research information and stop relying solely on what the extremists are forcing you to believe. Actually nevermind.. If you do that you will be labeled as a collaborator of Israel and the US and executed as a traitor.


As a side note, to go back to the statement about tired of US puppet regimes. In all of the media coverage I have seen, can you please point out where any protesters are burning America, or even Israeli flags? If they are sick of the US, wheres the anger towards the US? Wouldnt the protesters be going nuts over our involvement, instead of going after the Egyptian Government?

Not one American Flag bunred...
Not one Israeli Flag burned...

I think you may have misread the intentions and goals of the Egyptian people.
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