posted on Aug, 13 2013 @ 01:42 AM
It's highly likely that they would allow such military hardware to get in to terrorist hands, much like they would allow prison breakouts across the
Middle East and Asia and even American deaths to cover the fact that this whole act is simply to maintain this sordid relationship between the US
and...no not Israel, Saudi Arabia. When you look at the two countries, both in terms of financial relationship and corperate, its probably the
strongest, yet overlooked relationship in the world.
There is on-going cover-up of a terrorist infrastructure spanning over a decade which is mirrored by the censorship of the Joint Inquiry findings
about Osama Basnan, involved in the pass-through of Saudi Embassy funds to al-Mihdhar, and earlier the host of a party for Sheikh Abdul Rahman. One
factor enabling the cover-up is the over-arching and little-understood U.S.-Saudi relationship, to understand which we must also consider the context
of petrodollars, OPEC and the major oil companies.
The export of Saudi oil, paid for by all customers in U.S. dollars, and in the U.S. case largely offset by the export of U.S. arms to Saudi Arabia,
is a major underpinning of America’s petrodollar economy. Its current strength is supported by OPEC’s requirement (secured by a secret agreement
in the 1970s between the US and Saudi Arabia) that all OPEC oil sales be denominated in dollars. $600 billion of the Saudi dollar earnings have been
reinvested abroad, most of it in U.S. corporations like Citibank (where the two largest shareholders are members of the Saudi Royal family).
This fusion of U.S. and Saudi governing interests is as much political as economic. The first oil price hike of 1972-73, arranged by Nixon with the
King of Saudi Arabia and the Shah of Iran, helped pay to arm Iran and Saudi Arabia as U.S. proxies in the region, following the withdrawal of British
troops from the region in 1971. The oil price hikes of 1979-80, on the other hand, were assuredly not the intention of President Carter, a
political victim of the increases. They have however been credibly attributed to the work of oil majors like BP, possibly acting in collusion with
Republicans; and had the result of helping to elect Ronald Reagan (as well as Margaret Thatcher in England).
Al Qaeda have a long standing agreement as part of Osama Bin laden's agreement with Saudi Arabia, to stay out of Saudi Arabian politics which
translates to leaving Saudi Arabia well alone, but it could be argued that it goes further, that they themselves are pretty much run byt this US-Saudi
alliance. Its very well documented the amount of high ranking and major players within Al Qaeda that have links to the CIA and it is equally as well
documented that the 9/11 hijackers were on the CIA books and at the same time the FBI were protecting known terrorists such as Ali Mohammed, one of
the most prolific Islamic terrorists on record who was himself a double agent, the same guy that masterminded the Embassy bombings was continually
released from various law enforcement custody cells by the FBI.
This is all without the again well documented facts surrounding the CIA being very much aware that Al Qaeda was heavily financed by the drug trade
namely the opium trade from Afghanistan, is it a mere coincidence that years prior to US invasion of Afghanistan the Opium trade from Afghanistan was
down and then following the invasion, it went through the roof? Now if you look at most so called freedom fighters etc outfits such as the IRA were
notoriously involved in drugs and guns, it had F-all to do with politics. The same IRA that were once heavily backed by America.
When you look closely at this dark relationship that these so called terrorist organisations, but in particular, Al Qaeda have with the US, not so
much the foot soldiers, but high ranking members all the way to Bin Laden himself in terms of Al Qaeda when he was alive (if he is actually dead,
which I don't believe he is), its not so far fetched to believe that the US would allow 400 surface to air missiles to be taken by these so called
terrorists. To me we are not dealing with terrorists, we are dealing with something far worse and it leads all the way to those who are meant to