Angry over Syrian war, Saudis fault U...

Angry over Syrian war, Saudis fault US policy

There are 10 comments on the Worcester Telegram & Gazette story from Oct 27, 2013, titled Angry over Syrian war, Saudis fault US policy. In it, Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports that:

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry drinks coffee with Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, earlier this year.

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William

Brierley Hill, UK

#1 Oct 27, 2013
Thank you Chris for this comment,it deserves a second :

ChrisHorton wrote:
It's all about the dollar. The Saudi family's support has been central to a system where petroleum is only sold for dollars - which in turn has been one of the lynchpin of a world economy based on dollars. That in turn has enabled the US to build a world empire and support it by printing dollars - our major export.

Saddam Hussein announced Iraq would sell oil for Euros. A few months later the US invaded and destroyed his country.

Qaddafi announced Libya would put up the gold to back a new African currency and price and sell Libyan oil in it. Within a year he was dead and his country in ruins.

But now the dollar is collapsing anyway, victim of the global massive accumulation of unrepayable debts and massive speculation, and it looks like the Saudis are fleeing the sinking ship and headed for high ground.

The Saudi family looks secure, arrogant. and powerful - a major player, but my guess is that the specter of the collapse of the dollar and of US power has this glorified clan of gangsters terrified. I would expect them to be looking for new patrons right about now. There are indications that their own people may make short work of them without US protection.
Peace for all

Calgary, Canada

#2 Oct 27, 2013
Peace is pleasure and joy and all humanity should be glad that the super powers America and Russia have opted for peace in Syria.

Those pretty Syrianas and beautiful Syrians deserve to enjoy peace. War will soon end there and peace will kiss Syrians all over them very seet, lovely and lovable people of Syria.
Real American

Upper Sandusky, OH

#3 Oct 28, 2013
I Love Prince Alweed Bin Tala, He is such a sweet kind man:)
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#5 Oct 28, 2013
Why don't those "filthy rich" Saudis handle the problem themselves? Does the US now have to fight everyone's battles for them??
mxlplx

United States

#6 Oct 28, 2013
Syrian wrote:
Why don't those "filthy rich" Saudis handle the problem themselves? Does the US now have to fight everyone's battles for them??
They're probably too tuckered out and still recovering from their exploits suppressing democracy in neighboring Bahrain.
Peace for all

Calgary, Canada

#7 Oct 28, 2013
When the super powers mighty America and mighty Russia have opted for peace in Syria's case, the smaller nations won't succeed in bringing about wars.

Peace is the sweet thing to have and enjoy.Our lovable humanity looks very loverly at peace and need not be bled at all through ugly sin called war.

Let us celebrate peace for all
And in love of peace we fall
Love humanity far and near
Peace we wish to all so dear
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#8 Oct 29, 2013
mxlplx wrote:
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They're probably too tuckered out and still recovering from their exploits suppressing democracy in neighboring Bahrain.
LOL!!!

Since: Oct 13

Location hidden

#9 Oct 31, 2013
For myself personally I make the following conclusions: the United States have absolutely no interest in normalization of situation in the Arabian countries of the Southern Africa and the Middle East, as there in Watchington they have absolutely no interest in appearance of another politically and economically independent authorities in all of these countries as well as have little will to busy themselves with new Mubarak or Gaddafi. The game already is as clear as daylight. America wants spineless puppets to rule region, the puppets themselves running on the razor's edge. All they in US now need are those rich with energy resources Arabian countries with noncompetitive and weaken as much as it can be possible energy sector.
William wrote:
The Saudi family looks secure,

How much I doubt about it... how much... It is for so long and no longer. The boat is going to rock as well, I suppose. We'll see...
Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#10 Oct 31, 2013
Those fat pigs drink themselves silly when in London and have call girls on tap,bunch of fat decadent pigs.
Syrian

East Lyme, CT

#11 Oct 31, 2013
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
Those fat pigs drink themselves silly when in London and have call girls on tap,bunch of fat decadent pigs.
Booze and broads? LOL!!

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