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Yemeni president says US and Israel behind unrest

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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 06:12 PM
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Yemeni president says US and Israel behind unrest


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However, on Tuesday, Saleh seemed to be turning on Washington. In a speech to about 500 students and lecturers at Sanaa University, he claimed the U.S., along with Israel, is behind the protest movement.

"I am going to reveal a secret," he said. "There is an operations room in Tel Aviv with the aim of destabilizing the Arab world. The operations room is in Tel Aviv and run by the White House."
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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 06:12 PM
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With March 11th looming closer as the "Day of Rage", the oil industry seems in denial of the inevitable. An oil shortage would be devastating to an already devastated US economy. The question now plays whether or no this event is being orchestrated against US interests in the Middle East.

While everyone is pointing fingers at each other, Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh joins in the fray with a completely different twist. His finger is pointed at the White House.

What possible advantage would there be with the US crashing its own dollar? That's exactly what will happen if oil prices climb past $200 a barrel next week as predicted. To add to the pressure, France and China have already publicly requested the end of the dollar as the world reserve currency last February. This is hardly advantageous for the US.

So what we have here is a real mystery. There seems to be an unexplained phenomenon happening in the Middle East that no one is accepting credit for. I smell a rat with a US passport.

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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 06:32 PM
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Why would we push oil prices up? Because we are part of a larger system that needs a complete collapse of paper money to justify a transfer to an electronic system and to make conditions bad to consolidate their power and justify more powers being taken from the people and radical changes. Radical change is more accepted in bad times than good. Obviously there are powerful interests competing to keep the game going and to have it crash and burn, but the latter group is slightly more powerful in my estimation.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 06:36 PM
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He's a bit slow.. But managed to figure it out and is right on the mark...



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 06:41 PM
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ummm no, he is saying it for domestic consumption. Arab and middle east leaders are the worst about saying one thing, and doing something else behind closed doors. He is an ally, and anyone else who would replace him, would likely be more open to the islamists, or even Iran.

He has been pretty accommodating for allowing clandestine strikes on terrorists on Yemeni soil.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 06:44 PM
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Pure propaganda to cover his own butt. Same old, same old; misdirect the anger away from you by giving the people a new target to hate. When all else fails, blame the US. Seems easy enough to comprehend.

I genuinely hated to see the idea of "Days of Rage" resurface and the Anarchists insane idea that the government should be brought down and they should rule from "the streets". The elements behind that are nothing more than sociopathic domestic terrorists.

I watched that materialize in the late 60's. That phrase is linked to violent Anarchists who latch on to any emotional, popular cause to justify their violent activities. Most who wanted no part of these people shunned the participants for good reason. They never were and never are a genuine part of whatever cause they latch onto. They are just angry sociopathic people looking for an excuse to riot, loot and destroy innocent peoples property.

The Weathermen went on to prove who they really were. Now they like to claim they were part of the protests, but they never were. They always do more harm than good, always. Whenever that phrase pops up again it screams to look out, these organizers have another agenda. They want to take over themselves in fact and surround themselves with young foolish people, manipulate them to the boiling point with propaganda and then use them as cover.

Imagine what a slap in the face this is to those protesting and dying in the Middle East and Northern Africa. Too imply they are pawns of the US, Israel or any other country. This is just another lying wanna-be Dictator defying the will of his people.

Peaceful Protesters


"Days of Rage" Anarchists


People demonstrating and dying for Freedom


Propandandists trying to use them for their own evil intent



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 07:01 PM
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You might want to check out a thread that I created a few months back, it contains some very interesting material about all the "revolutions" taking place in the middle east

Revolution - The NWO's Middle East Takeover?

It is my belief, and others that an initial "seed" of revolution was planted during the original protests that took place in Tunisia, which then spread to the more publicised Egypt Revolution, then across the middle east to other countries and also now Libya, the unrest in Libya is actually playing a larger role in the NWO's goal in the Middle East.



posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 02:06 AM
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I think it is important that we all double-check the credibility of ALL the Middle Eastern "Leadership"!

some facts about our U.S. "friend" .... Mr Saleh:


Saleh is a Zaydi Shia Muslim, which is commonly referred to as the "Fiver" school of Shia Islam. Saleh's Zaydi "identity is one of culture and tradition rather than political allegiance," as he is a "non-Hashimi" Zaydi, or not a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad, and Saleh would not have been eligible to rule under the Zaydi Mutawakkilite Kingdom of Yemen that ruled the country until 1962.[5]. Saleh's Shia heritage enables him to retain ties with Iran as demonstrated by Khatami's official state visit to Yemen in 2003 and Ahmedinejad's meeting with him in December 2010.



A long-time ally of Saddam Hussein, in 1990 Ali Abdullah Saleh supported Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait. After Iraq lost the Gulf War, Yemenis were deported en masse from Kuwait by the restored government.[8] After the reunification of Yemen on 22 May 1990, the north and the South agreed to divide the Ministries in half, to have a multiple parties system and to hold a parliamentary election in three years. The election in 1993 resulted in the win of the GPC with the majority followed by an Islamic party (al-Islah), leaving the Socialist party with a communist orientation in the third place.The Socialist Party did not like this result and this caused the war in 1994.



Ties with Iran

In April 2000 Saleh visited Tehran to cement Iran-Yemeni military relations and to express his support for Iran over its dispute with the UAE over three Gulf islands. Saleh, a Shia, prayed at the mausoleum of late Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini.[15][16]

The US-led invasion of Iraq toppled Saddam Hussein, Saleh's long-time ally, and created concern in the region that other dictators may be next; as a result on May 15, 2003 Iranian leader Khatami visited Iran's two regional allies, Syria and Shia-ruled Yemen, to strengthen Iran's regional security links.[17]

Iran has continued to garner support from Yemen well into December 2010 with Ahmedinejad's meeting with Saleh on Iran-Yemen cooperation, where Saleh confirmed his support for Iran's nuclear energy program. [18]

As the Sunni southern secessionist movement accelerated from 2007 onward, emboldened by Southern Sudan's secession in February 2011, Saleh increasingly turns to Iran for support.[19] Iranian officials see Saleh as critical to preserving Shia rule over formerly independent Sunni South Yemen, which encompasses the strategic port of Aden, and have expressed their support for his crackdown on Sunni southern separatists "in order to preserve territorial integrity".



Good friends always make good enemies!

All these Leaders are simple sock puppets for the NWO agenda.

wake up citizens .. do some background checks before its too late!


and careful ..... these "Leaders" may have ethnic and religious backgrounds that would surprise You.



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