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Tweedledum and Tweedledee: Nothing new here you see…

tweedledum-and-tweedledeeThis rainy, cold and miserable morning here in Russia is accented to acceptable, with a great cup of coffee and that is just what I am sipping (A great cup of coffee!) as I am looking at pissed off countries all over the world. Pissed at the spying by America…

Oh I realize that you all are thinking, “Everyone loves America, it is those disgusting Saudi’s that need to be taken care of!” That is because the western media is full of bad evil Saudi right now…

Now in the real world there is nothing about the Saudi’s that we do not know, but since many of my readers come from a false, repressed and self-attributed provoked society known as the West. Then they really have been glossed over when it comes to the repulsive Saudi’s…

So why does the media point fingers right now? I will let you figure that out. Kind of simple…

But I suggest you look at the USA Administration and their antics around the world and within internal borders. It has now reached a point of absurdity and will only get worse from here on out…

Tweedledum and Tweedledee: Nothing new here you see…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…


  1. Marza October 28, 2013

    It’s an altered universe over here for sure. POTUS has fully assumed the persona of Kommandant Schultz. Full delusional denial. He knows nothing about anything..short list includes Benghazi, IRS targeting tea party, Obamacare website failure, whistleblowers, NSA eavesdropping, denial of red lines, involvement with Muslim brotherhood. The list goes on and on like a broken record stuck in the last groove.

  2. kKeeton Post author | October 28, 2013

    Last week it was reported that Saudi Arabia decided to make a “major shift” away from its 80 years of close cooperation with the United States. The Saudi leadership is angry that the Obama administration did not attack Syria last month, and that it has not delivered heavy weapons to the Syrian rebels fighting to overthrow the Assad government. Saudi Arabia is heavily invested in the overthrow of the Assad government in Syria, sending money and weapons to the rebels.

    However, it was the recent diplomatic opening between the United States and Iran that most infuriated the Saudis. Saudi Arabia is strongly opposed to the Iranian government and has vigorously lobbied the US Congress to maintain sanctions and other pressure on Iran. Like Israel, the Saudis are fearful of any US diplomacy with Iran.

    This additional strain in US/Saudi relations came at the 40 year anniversary of the Arab oil embargo of the US over its support of Israel in the 1973 Yom Kippur war. At the time, the embargo caused quite a bit of trouble for Americans, including gas shortages and long lines at the filling stations. A repeat of this move, however, would not have the same effect on the US economy. Though it would not be desired, these are not the 1970s and oil is now a more fungible commodity no longer solely in Arab hands.

    Why does Saudi Arabia insist that the United States fight its battles? The Saudis are strongly opposed to the governments in Syria and Iran so they expect the US to attack. It is their neighborhood, why don’t they fight their own wars? Israel shares the same position in the region as Saudi Arabia: it has been fighting to overthrow Assad in Syria for years, and Israeli leadership constantly pushes the US toward war on Iran. They are both working on the same side of these issues but why do they keep trying to draw us in?

    We have unwritten agreements to defend Saudi Arabia and Israel, which keeps us heavily involved militarily in the Middle East. But when the US becomes so involved, we are the real losers—especially the American taxpayers, who are forced to finance this global military empire. Plus, our security guarantee to Saudi Arabia and Israel creates a kind of moral hazard: there is little incentive for these two countries to push for more peaceful solutions in the region because the US military underwrites their reckless behavior. It is an unhealthy relationship that should come to an end.

    If Saudi Arabia and Israel are so determined to extend their influence in the region and share such similar goals, why don’t they work together to stabilize the region without calling on the US for back-up? It might be healthy for them to cooperate and leave us out of it.

    One of Osama bin Laden’s stated goals was to bankrupt the US by drawing it into endless battles in the Middle East and south Asia. Unfortunately, even from beyond the grave he continues to successfully implement his policy. But should we really be helping him do so? If Saudi Arabia wants to pull back from its deep and unhealthy relationship with the United States we should welcome such a move. Then we might return to peace and commerce rather than sink under entangling alliances.

  3. kKeeton Post author | October 29, 2013

    Marza: “I hear nothing, I see nothing, I know nothing!”

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