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WHAT MIGHT BE BEHIND SAUDI ARABIA’S GREAT LEAP FORWARD INTO THE ...

You've probably all heard by now that the (out)House of Saud recently took a gigantic leap forward into the sixteenth century by allowing women to drive. What they're allowed to drive is not entirely clear at this juncture, but presumably it means horseless carriages, in which case it has leapt forward, under its dynamic, enlightened and progressive leadership into the late nineteenth century.

All joking aside, there is something going on in the (out)house of Saud, and in Russia, that might require a little high octane speculation. First, consider this story about the recent summit between President Vladimir Putin and Saudi King Salman:

One Day After Historic Saudi-Russian Summit, US Suspends Military Exercises With "Arab Allies"

What's of interest here is not only the American suspension of joint exercises with regional allies like Saudi Arabia, but much more importantly, this statement:

The timing of the suspension may not be a coincidence: it comes just one day after Saudi King Salman met with Vladimir Putin, the first ever visit to Moscow by a sitting Saudi ruler. Saudi Arabia and Russia signed billions worth of energy and military deals and MOUs. (Emphasis added; MOU=Memoranda of Understanding).

Recall that recently President Trump and King Salman held a summit in Riyadh, which resulted in an American arms deal(which included a manufacturing capability), and the Saudi King and Mr. Trump holding hands on a glowing globe of the world, which contained what looked like either Antarctica, suspiciously out of place in the northern hemisphere, or a poorly executed North America. An actual Russo-Saudi summit would have been unthinkable years ago, and it's a measure of how much things are changing in that region that it has finally occurred. But it has not been without its precursors. Saudi princes have already made the trek to Moscow, and attempted to make "deals" which were turned down. Now, they appear to have been inked, with Memoranda of Understanding about matters to be dealt with further down the road, and presumably those matters including more deals, and quiet discussion about Syria and Iran. One wonders whether the Russo-Saudi deal includes a similar provision for a manufacture capability for Russian arms. If so, then it is highly unlikely that the Russians would be selling their top line equipment manufacture capability, but these are after all strange times, and one cannot rule out anything. The end result of it all is that the kingdom is getting a first hand look into the military-technological capabilities of both countries. I don't know about you, but I have my profound doubts that this is a good thing over the long term, for reasons that are far too obvious to rehearse here.

But what's really going on here? It's difficult for those of us sitting at a distance on the sidelines to make out, and hence, anything one might say in this respect really has to be qualified as very high octane speculation; indeed it may just boil down to be absurd speculation. But in any case, the speculation in this instance boils down to this proposition: the Kingdom is weak, very weak, both domestically and geopolitically. Its backing of Mr. Obama's absurd Syria venture has backfired, and with it, Iran's position in the region has increased. For the desert kingdom, with significant Shia population in the country, located precisely in the kingdom's oil producing regions, this is a nightmare. And sooner or later, no matter how repressive the kingdom is, that problem will boil over. And looking at it from the secularized eyes of the (out)House of Saud, domestic unrest equals the loss of their power and wealth.

Which brings us to that business of allowing women to drive. While this might seem a small and laughably late thing to us, it is perhaps not such a small thing in Saudi Arabia. The (out)house of Saud knows what its backward Wahabbist imams do not, though they will never admit this publicly: the kingdom must reform if it is to survive. The (out)house of Saud also knows, though they will never admit this publicly either, that this reform must include its Shia population.  It also knows that even in some parts of the Muslim world, it is looked on with disdain and disgust. To put all this country simple, the (out)house of Saud knows that there are but two courses for it: reform, or isolation and collapse in a fundamentalist backwater when either the oil runs dry or technological advancement makes oil obsolete as an energy source. The Saudi royal family reads the same scientific literature we all do, and they know it's coming; after all, they and their allies the Bin Ladens have made heavy investments in satellite and communications technologies, not to mention an infrastructure in the region that is quite impressive.

If this sounds implausible, then turn the speculation on its head, and imagine the regional consequences of a kind of "secularized" Saudi Arabia, one resembling, say, Indonesia, and let's crawl way out on to the end of the twig and imagine that within this "secularized" Saudi Arabia, Suni and Shia Muslims are actually managing to live and work together in relative calm. If such a thing were to occur, the geopolitical consequences in the region would be almost entirely reversed, for then it would not be Saudi Arabia in the crosshairs of world opinion, it would be Iran. Imagine the effect of a Shia population treated better in Saudi Arabia that it is in Iran itself. Of course, imams in the one and ayatollahs in the other won't like it at all. Such a reversal would position the kingdom not as the butt of jokes, but as a leader in the Muslim world.

So, what was up with allowing women to drive? A symbolic gesture, to be sure, perhaps even a deceptive one ("See? we're modernizing!") but in either case a significant one. And it is also intriguing (to me at least) that the gesture preceded King Salman's summit with Mr. Putin, and this time, unlike previous Saudi attempts to court Russia, this time it appears that several real deals were inked, and that further ones are on the way. So maybe, just maybe, we're looking at the beginning of a very long domestic process for the kingdom.

Time, of course, will tell.

See you on the flip side...

12 thoughts on “ WHAT MIGHT BE BEHIND SAUDI ARABIA’S GREAT LEAP FORWARD INTO THE ...”

  1. new idea:
    flash forward to 2019
    On the basis that fatal car accidents have increased 500% over the last 12 months, the House of Saud has declared that by 2021 (nice Illuminati number) ALL vehicles will be self driving. It was either that or ban the burqua and all of the two people who were lobbying for the ban are part of those accident statistics.

  2. trumps son in law IS the jewish mob.

    also, israel are two sides of the same tail on one dog. one side black one side white. made to look like they’re opposites and contrary to each other. in fact they’re the same tail. maybe it’s more like a skunk’s tail. either way they’re not only inseparable, they need one another. they are in fact one.

    meanwhile, i’m curious to know more about who is inside and who is outside of rottenchild control. i can believe to a degree iran is outside. given that the october surprise and even the hostage taking were run by see aye ayyyyy, it seems naive to think that all of iran’s elections and coups were not see aye ayyyy as well. far too many convincing folk saying as much for decades.

    even if iran is not rottenchild controlled, who else is not? russia’s central bank is rotten is it not? is there anyone else?

      1. https://web.archive.org/web/20100112073913/http://www.fortunecity.com/boozers/bridge/632/history.html

        THE SAUDI DYNASTY: FROM WHERE IS IT? AND WHO IS THE REAL ANCESTOR OF THIS FAMILY?

        RESEARCH AND PRESENTATION OF: MOHAMMAD SAKHER , who was ordered killed by the Saudi Regime for the following findings:

        1. Are the Saudi Family members belonging to the Tribe of ANZA BEN WA’EL as they allege to be?
        2. Is Islam their actual religion?
        3. Are they of an ARAB ORIGIN at all?

          1. sorry about my spelling; it’s house not Haus- I live in Germany (house=Haus in German) and think mostly in German and type at times too quickly

            Larry

    1. ZDB: “is there anyone else [not rottenchild controlled]?”

      By my count, we are down to two: Iran and North Korea. Both ‘vilified’, coincidentally…
      (China is an odd one, *maybe* outside of rottenchild control.)

      1. and cuba but I dont count that as Castro was/is Illuminati himself of, as Leuren Moret points out, of that ancient Iranian bloodline of bloodsuckers that call themselves *ews.
        I’ll believe the Sauds have reformed when they out their original Faisal as of that same bloodline and another English Rothschilds creation.
        Some think Iran itself is like London Central in that region. Brendon Oconnel found out when he went there (on the run from a penal colony called Australia) that they were not interested in anti-zionism at all.
        https://isolatebutpreserve.blogspot.com.au/

    2. ZDB,
      That is so true about Arabs and Jews being two sides of the same coin. Though the Conventional Wisdom has it that the two loathe each other and would wipe each other off the face of the earth given the chance, simply go to any immigrant community in Europe and you find — after moving thousands of kilometers from their homelands, with the choice of settling as far apart from one another as possible — that the Arabs and Jews live cheek to jowl and often one group employs the other.

      Also, let’s be honest — that whole region just has a special kind of crazy in the DNA. (I guess I should soften that by saying I believe that we are all crazy in some fashion, but the nature and quality of the craziness is different for everyone and for some it may be innocuous while for others a fatal flaw.)

  3. I’m going to start down a different branch, on the way to an end-of-twig speculation. I’m going to take it as a ‘given’ that the House of Saud has crypto-Jewish underpinnings. You can trace different threads on the internet in that regard. I’m going to treat it as a “where there is enormous smoke, there is probably a fire” situation. The House of Saud has been doing Exactly what benefits Israel for a long time, now. Why, if not closet ‘roots’?

    With the above as a ‘given’, the HoS will not do ANYTHING the Rothschilds, etc., have not ‘suggested’ – much like the US government, ironically. So, why would the Rothschilds want the Saudi King to go to Putin, hat in hand?

    I’m going to place it on the in-play politics around the sanctions on Iran. The Rothschilds have had a long-term enmity with Iran – ever since they broke-free of being under the Western banksters’ thumb. Worse, they have a non-Rothschild (controlled) Central Bank. Oh, the horror!

    A now-subjugated Trump is making waves about pulling-out of the Iranian nuclear deal. The Iranians either will – or will be MSM ‘shown’ to – react to this by getting back into the nuclear-enrichment business. Of course, this will place the anti-Iranian sanctions back in place. (Plus, Israel wanting the US to bomb Iran, of course.)

    So, here’s the key: Iran will no longer be able to export oil. Saudi Arabia will be back in the price-control driver’s seat. Zoom go the prices. And now, SA will be fat with cash and able to finance ALL SORTS of (Mossad-planned) projects. Sweet.

    Now, as to why the Rothschilds would want the Saudi King to go to Putin, hat in hand, with deals-galore being settled. Kissy-kissy for the American political-stage is why: “Oh, the big-bad Russians are ‘coopting’ our allies, the Saudis! We must do anything to stop them! And we know the arch-enemy of our friends the Saudis is the evil Iranians. About all we can do is hurt the Iranians. That will help our friends the Saudis, and draw them back from the big-bad Russian camp.” Hence, a ‘justifiable’ reason for controlled-Trump to unilaterally withdraw from the Iranian accords and start the ball rolling…

    In my humble opinion, the HoS allowing women to drive is a cynical ploy to show the American sheeple that “we have wised-up; we are sooo modern now” to push the Saudi-good, Iranian-bad meme at this crucial juncture…

  4. That the culture industries are being weaponized is no secret; their target, specific audiences. This social engineering is extremely hard to resist; as we are, by nature, very social animals. If, this “change” is occurring, its probably already gone to critical mass – and the policies being implemented are simply playing catch up. In other words, we’re seeing the signs of something that’s already been accomplished/realized.
    In a way, I don’t want these cultural mergers[using the enemy’s lingo] scenarios leading towards a global monoculture. So, is seeing these feudal lords going modern just a signpost up ahead, as “we” start entering “our” newly, socially engineered twilight zone of mono this, mono that.

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