Wednesday, January 30, 2008


"This world is an unsafe place for Americans--and the U.S. government remains unready to defend its people."

". . .our government must be changed if we are to fight the war on terror to victory--not just stalemate"
--David Frum and Richard Perle

Sick of the "Sowdis?"

So are we! Sick of Saudi "students*," Sowdi plane hijackers, Sowdi diplomats, Sowdi-purchased American influential people, Sowdi "princeling" refusing to shake the hand of a Jew, Sowdi, Sowdi, Sowdi, dinned into our ears by the --our--government. We know about the prez--his connex with the Sows, we know about State--and whom the Sows have purchased in there, we know, but, so far, we DO nothing about this*. We know about the madrassas (schools teaching Islam as written in the koran), we know about the mosques the Sows are proliferating in our land. But we do nothing. Time to roll 'em back! We doan need no stinkin' Sowdis!

Oh, their oil? Oh, did I forget about that? No! Sure as shootin' Ah didn'. Lookee here: Pissed off by the price of gas?--gasoline, petrol, gasolina? Click on that. New stuff there! Very interesting. Muy interesante! Go there, read it.

For a history of how Saudi arabia was given the oil by the idiotic West, see Pissed off by the price of gasoline? The History of Saudi Oil

and then, there's
Surprise, Surprise: Yet More Evidence that the Majority of Foreign Fighters in Iraq Come from Saudi Arabia.

And how 'bout this?
`Our Eternal Friends' The Saudis Release 1500 Jihadi Terrorists

and also from there's this:

Of course then there are the "emirates" (UAE). Are they any better than the Sowdis? they are buying their way into our economy (Citibank), and they are Islamic. Draw your own conclusions.

and, come to think of it . . .

. . . Is Islam a Parasite? Click here to find out

*+++ARAB NEWS (Saudi) 27 Nov.'07:"US Team Told About Saudi Students'
, Raid Qusti

QUOTE:" 'harassed, mistreated or faced discrimination at airports or from US
Security Officers' "

EXCERPTS - RIYADH, 27 November 2007 - Officials from Saudi Arabia's governmental Human Rights Commission (HRC) as well the private human rights body, the National Society for Human Rights (NSHR), brought to the attention of a visiting US congressional delegation yesterday issues of harassment of Saudi students studying in the United States.....

. . many Saudi students were being harassed, mistreated or faced discrimination at airports or from US securityofficers," ... .

Under the King Abdullah Scholarship Program, 11,000 Saudi students are currently studying at American universities...(IMRA: 5,000 scholarshps made available Sept.2006.)

Al-Harithi told Arab News that the shortness of the meeting and the severaltopics raised from both sides did not allow both parties to elaborate on these issues . . .

Sue Lerner - Associate, IMRA
[COMMENT: 11,000 Saudi "students." The 9-11 "pilots" studied flying]

**But we will DO something about this. this will not go on, never fear. the climate will change, a real sea-change, and it will not benefit the Sowdis.

The Sowdis are slavers (still are, have slaves) floggers, amputators, beheaders--in short, they are inexcusable savages, sand-trekkers that feel superior because they have been gifted the oil that they never discovered, produced or did anything about except receive the profits from. This country of innumerable princelings and a kinglet have bought much of the United States with their unearned oil wealth--including one person very high up in the hierarchy of the government (as high as you can get).

The Sowdis are high up on the list of what can be called the "shit countries," of which Sudan is one of the leading turds. These countries--that deserve to be flushed--are what control the UN--the "United Nations." Were it not for the Security Council, where there are a couple of civilized countries that can keep the shit from overflowing the world, we would all be drowning in it by now. Come to think of it, most of the shit countries are Islamic. Those that are not, have Islamic components stinking up the mess. Iran--the former Persia--has not always been a shit country. It once was civilized. Sowdi never was--civilized, that is.

Question: how is it that we accept the Islamic practice of "lashing," especially of women, as something normal in these shit countries? Why are we not appalled, outraged to the point of giving a good tongue-lashing to the shit-countries' governments? Are we becoming inured to whipping, amputation, public hanging of children, beheadings--all the shariah-instigated brutalities employed by the shits?




(More familiarly known to us as "Sowdi")

Read all about that at (look for it at the tail end of that post)


At that time [when Ibn Saud was forming Saudi Arabia], Churchill was secretary for the British colonies, and he had been involved in the creation of Iraq (in 1921), Jordan (Transjordan) and Palestine. The intention, he told the Commons, was "to set up an Arab government, and to make it take the responsibility, with our aid and our guidance and with an effective measure of our support, until they are strong enough to stand alone ... (and) to reduce our commitments and to extricate ourselves from our burdens while at the same time honorably discharging our obligations and building up strong and effective Arab government which will always be the friend of Britain.

[NOTE: If you click on the "that time" link above, you will see why Bush is acting as he does in Iraq and why it didn't work too well for Churchill--nor will the end result be what Bush is expecting. The reason is that "Arab nationalism" (Islam really) will always get in the way of having an Arab nation as an "Islamic friend." lw]

[Now we get to the part pertinent to Saudi Arabia]

What is less well known is that he also said on that day: "A large number of Bin Saud's followers belong to the Wahabi sect, a form of Mohammedanism which bears, roughly speaking, the same relationship to orthodox Islam as the most militant form of Calvinism would have borne to Rome in the fiercest times of [Europe's] religious wars.

The Wahhabis profess a life of exceeding austerity, and what they practice themselves they rigorously enforce on others. They hold it as an article of duty, as well as of faith, to kill all who do not share their opinions and to make slaves of their wives and children. Women have been put to death in Wahhabi villages for simply appearing in the streets.

It is a penal offence to wear a silk garment. Men have been killed for smoking a cigarette and, as for the crime of alcohol, the most energetic supporter of the temperance cause in this country falls far behind them. Austere, intolerant, well-armed, and blood-thirsty, in their own regions the Wahhabis are a distinct factor which must be taken into account, and they have been, and still are, very dangerous to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina.

The Bin Saud to whom Churchill refers here is King Abdul Aziz bin Saud (c. 1880 - 1953), who would go on officially to establish Saudi Arabia in 1932. In 1926, this king's followers had control of Mecca. Traditionally a caravan procession (mahmal) would arrive annually at Mecca with embroidered curtains from Egypt at the time of the Hajj pilgrimage. The curtains would be placed around the Ka'aba and then returned to Egypt. The Wahhabists slaughtered 25 of the Mahmal caravan members at Mina because they played trumpets. Music was forbidden to the Wahhabists, and the tradition of mahmal was abandoned. The incident soured relations between Egypt and the emerging nation of Saudi Arabia.

Winston Churchill was fully aware of the potential for fanaticism and warfare, inherent within Islam since the time of the founder and his successors. He did not choose to dilute his words. His experiments at nation building in the Middle East may not have been as successful as he would have wished. He knew that war had attended Islam since its origins, and a century ago fanatics were exploiting this. Today, the world is still threatened by Islamic terrorism and the war of jihad is still being fought, even in the mountains and valleys of Malakand. Our leaders today, unlike Winston Churchill, are too conciliatory to acknowledge publicly the true nature of the beast that threatens us.

[Following is New Material added to this post at this venue on January 2, 2008. lw]

Fitzgerald: Saudi Arabia ridimensionato

"Saudi Arabia needs to be 'ridimensionato' -- that is to say, cut down to size." - Hugh Fitzgerald

Why has the American government not read Saudi Arabia the riot act? Why haven't the hate-filled pamphlets collected at mosques around the country that were built and are now maintained by Saudi money brought together by Rice or Bush and put out on a table at the White House? And then the Arab ambassadors could all be invited over to see this "Special Exhibit," an exhibit to which representatives of all the major networks and the major newspapers here and abroad will be invited and urged to cover?

And then why does Bush or someone else not have a little private meeting with the enraged Saudi Ambassador, to tell him that there is much more in that sort of "Special Exhibit" -- which could of course tour the country -- if he doesn't stop funding the mosques and madrasas in this country, and stop allowing Saudi money to pay for Muslim missionaries in the prisons, to prey on the psychically as well as economically marginal.

If the American government had a mind to do it, it could bring the Saudi government around in no time.

But it doesn't, because so many former government officials and those who listen to them are directly or indirectly on the Saudi or other Muslim dole. Who pays Eugene Bird, and pays for the ads of the "Council for the National Interest" that is virtually identical in its views to the Saudi government? Who pays for "consultancy" by Raymond Close, or James Akins? Who pays for that magazine about the Middle East, full of Arab propaganda, that another ex-diplomat, Andrew Kilgore, runs? Who pays or has paid fees to Brent Scowcroft? To George McGovern? What Presidential libraries have been battening on Saudi and other Arab money? Who has received those million-dollar lecture fees in Kuwait, or from that Arab-funded lectureship at the Fletcher School (hint: Bush, Clinton)? Who has been getting what?

Ask yourself why since 1973 there has been not a move toward decreasing, through the simple device of taxes, demand for oil and gasoline? Why for thirty years did American energy policy consist of trusting "our staunch ally Saudi Arabia" to keep prices low, when it never happened, and never could have happened? Why was no one aware until the last year or two of what, inevitably, OPEC oil revenues would fund? Why was Prince Bandar the only foreigner allowed in on the plans for invading Iraq? Why today do we worry about what the Sunni Arabs want, and believe that we have a duty to remain in Iraq to protect those Sunnis (i.e., keep the "catastrophe of civil war" from happening)?

And that is just the beginning of the list of questions that need to be asked.

Meanwhile, as long as the Saudi "royal" family (self-anointed monarchs since they defeated the Jabal Shammar in 1920, or soon thereafter) exists, and appropriates most of the nation's wealth, there will be those who will as Muslims find their resentment and outraged channeled into Islam as the total explanation of everything. And terrorism will continue in Saudi Arabia until the end of time. Let it. The only business the Infidel world should have with Saudi Arabia is to attempt to have as little business with Saudi Arabia.

For the moment great sums of money flow in, and they will continue to flow in. But this does not mean that every effort cannot be made to diminish that flow of money (instead of aiming at a ludicrously irrelevant "energy independence" for the United States, which is both unachievable and would have no effect on Saudi Arabia or other Muslim oil states, for oil not sold to America will simply be sold to others, unless collective demand goes down).

Saudi Arabia needs to be "ridimensionato" -- that is to say, cut down to size. "Money can buy everything - except civilization." It is a barbarous place; its government is barbarous, its economy barbarous, the mental state of its inhabitants barbarous. A very few, who have spent a long time in the West, can appear to have acquired the habits of thought of Western man. And a very few of those may actually manage to do so. But no one should be fooled by the oleaginous new ambassador, Al-Jubeir.

Posted by Hugh at January 6, 2007 01:03 PM
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which is why

Islam delenda est

For the original post "Sick of the 'Sowdis'" at the Islamic Danger blog containing a tribute to Sheik Yer 'Mami and an excellent piece by Alanfanculo, (try to) see
You'll find they won't let you into that blog any longer. Wonder whether Saudi pressure had anything to do with that?

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