Saturday, May 17, 2008

Israel and Saudi Arabia - A Two Sided Coin

Israel and Saudi Arabia - A Two Sided Coin

The United States government is not run by the people of the United States. It is in actuality controlled by powerful well connected special interest. The most powerful of these special interest is the oil industry (even more powerful than the war industry).

Oil wars are extremely profitable to both the war industry, and the oil industry. Oil wars create instability, and uncertainty in oil supplies which leads to increased oil prices. Oil wars also pump hundreds of billions of dollars into war industries.

Aside from the motivations of greedy multinational corporations within the energy and defense industries there are other powerful interested parties which hope to shape and control U.S. foreign policy.

Among those interest are Saudi Arabia, and Israel.

Saudi Arabia for example owns fifteen percent of the United States, and exerts enormous political and economic pressure over corrupt (all) U.S. lawmakers.

Israel is a state devoid of oil, or any other important natural resources. Except for Israel's geographic location it is completely lacking in any strategic or economic value to the U.S. Despite this fact Israel has a virtual stranglehold over U.S. Middle East foreign policy through the use of lobbying (bribes) via the IPAC (Israeli Political Action Committee).

The Bush family owes most of its wealth to Saudi Arabia, and the President of the United States of America should be seen as a foreign agent for Saudi Arabia as he does their bidding. Not only did George W. Bush's wealth come from Saudi Arabia, but it is most certainly true that the majority of his future income will come from Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia also owns George Herbert Walker Bush (the President's father) as well.

Saudi Arabia, and Israel are publicly perceived to be enemies, yet they share several similar goals when it comes to controlling U.S. foreign policy. Both nations seek to keep the U.S. military engaged in a quagmire in Iraq, and both nations desire that the U.S. attack Iran.

Both Saudi Arabia, and Israel share another important objective, and that is to discourage a move of the U.S. toward energy independence.

The simple, and undeniable truth is that if the United States became energy independent, it would no longer be subject to Middle Eastern blackmail by any Middle Eastern nation, including Israel, and Saudi Arabia.

If the U.S. shifted its reliance for fuel from oil to domestically produced biodiesel it would most certainly lead to a reevaluation of the relationship which has existed between the U.S. and the Middle East in general. This does not imply that the U.S. would become an isolationist empire, however, it is obvious that the United States would be less likely to overreact to pressures being put upon it from the Middle East.

As Americans pay higher prices for everything, from gasoline, to food, they should understand that their corrupt (all) elected officials have been promised high paying jobs after they leave office by those who truly control the U.S. government.

While the ice caps melt, and sea levels rise the U.S. has only begun to admit that there may be a global ecological catastrophe in motion - caused by the release of carbon dioxide through the burning of fossil fuels. This lack of response, which should be viewed as a form of insanity, is entirely understandable when understood as the result of corruption within the U.S. government.

America's government will continue to be a corrupt, and inept partner in crime against the best interest of the people of the United States. The citizens of that nation will continue to watch as their future remains caught within a stranglehold of Middle Eastern subterfuge, and intrigue.

May God Bless America! Long live the true American patriots, and to hell with the traitors who have betrayed our beloved nation to foreign interest. As the oil runs out, and it surely will, the true America will find its voice being heard again. Prepare oh Israel and Saudi Arabia for that day is coming within the lifetimes of those alive today (2008).


Blevins said...


I would like a copy of your manifesto. Finally, someone with the (dare I say) balls to say what is so painfully obvious.

Of course, you will be labeled "anti-Semitic" and "anti-Arabic" (which is really one and the same), but great post.

JeromeProphet said...


Haters can label me however they wish. I am not "anti", I am pro.

I am an American, not an Arab, or an Israeli, but I can say in the long term an American transition to alternative domestically produced energy will only help Israel and Saudi Arabia - not hurt.

I know it seems counter intuitive, but we live in a complex world.

The first step is pushing away from oil addiction, but not toward isolationism.

Neither Israel, nor the oil rich gulf states would need to fear an energy independent U.S.

The U.S. could better promote security, and continued world economic growth by rapidly transitioning away from oil.

The oil rich states can continue to make their fortunes selling oil to China and India, while the developed nations can reduce their carbon footprints, and develop cheap alternative technologies which China and India can adopt.

And this says nothing of global warming, which suggest we need to accelerate this process ASAP.


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