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The collapse of Saudi Arabia

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Saudi rule is nearing its end, and the execution of the head of the opposition Nimr al-Nimr deprives half of the population of Saudi Arabia of all hope for the future. According to Thierry Meyssan, the collapse of the kingdom, which will be long and bloody, is inevitable.


The collapse of Saudi Arabia

Thirty-year-old Prince Mohamed Bin Salman Al Saud, one of the Crown Princes, Second Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of State, Minister of Defense, Secretary General of the Royal Court, Chairman of the Council for Economic Affairs and Development.


Within one year, the new king of Arabia, Salman, the 25 son of the founder of the dynasty, managed to consolidate personal power, pushing aside other clans, including the clan of Prince Bandar bin Sultan and the clan of former King Abdullah. We do not know whether Washington took any measures so that the losers would not undertake any efforts to restore the lost power. Given that a number of publications in the British press suggest that they have not lost their ambitions.

King Salman, at the request of his brothers, appointed Mohamed bin Sultan crown prince, but quickly isolated him and limited his competence in favor of his own son, Prince Mohamed bin Salman, whose impulsiveness and rudeness are no longer tempered by family council, as he is no longer acting. De facto, the country is ruled by him and his father, and there is no opposition in a country where a parliament has never been elected and where political parties are prohibited.

It is not surprising that Prince Mohamed bin Salman becomes chairman of the Council for Economic Affairs and Development, appoints a new board in the Ben Laden Group and becomes the owner of Aramco himself. In all the major companies of the kingdom, he removes his cousins ​​from the leadership and puts his minions in their place.


Sheikh al-Nimr described the life of Shiites in Saudi Arabia as follows: “From the very birth you live in an atmosphere of fear, threats and all sorts of abuse. We are persecuted everywhere, and we fear everything. We fear even the walls. Who among us does not know what blackmail and lawlessness are, which we constantly encounter in this country? I am 55 years old, I have lived more than half a century. But from birth until today I have never felt safe. You are always accused of anything. You are always at risk. And the state security chairman admitted it. When they arrested me, he told me: "You, the Shiites, need to destroy everyone." This is their logic. ”


In domestic politics, the regime relies only on Sunnis and Wahhabis, who constitute half of the country's population, and the rest of the population is discriminated. Prince Mohamed bin Salman advised his father to execute Sheikh Nimr Bakir al-Nimr for daring to challenge him. That is, the state sentenced to death and executed the opposition leader, whose only crime was that he formulated and tirelessly repeated the slogan “Despotism is illegal!” And the fact that this leader was a Shiite sheikh, is more proof of discrimination against non-Sunni religious education and service in government bodies are prohibited. As for non-Muslims, that is, one-third of the entire population, they are prohibited from worshiping, and they cannot expect to receive Saudi citizenship.

The foreign policy of Prince Mohamed and his father King Salman is based on the policies of the Bedouins living in the Kingdom. Only this can explain the simultaneous financing of the Afghan Taliban and the Lebanese Future Movement, countering the revolution in Bahrain and supporting jihadists in Syria and Iraq, the invasion of Yemen. The Saud have always supported the Sunnis, whom they consider closer to themselves because of their commitment to state Wahhabism, and they speak not only against the Shiites of the Imamites, but above all against the enlightened Sunnis and all other believers (Ismaili, Zaithites, Alevis, Alawites, Druzes , Sikhs, Catholics, Orthodox, Zoroastrians, Hindi, etc.). And they only support the leaders - people from the Saudi Sunni clans.


Saad Hariri has dual Lebanese-Saudi citizenship. Leader of the Future Movement. He is the son of Rafic Hariri, but unofficially considered the prince of the royal family.


We also note that the execution of Sheikh al-Nimr was followed by a statement about the creation of a broad anti-terrorist coalition of 34 states headed by Riyadh. Considering that the executed person has always rejected violence and was sentenced to death for “terrorism” (sic), it is not difficult to guess that this Coalition is in fact an alliance opposing other religions. Prince Mohamed said that the war against Yemen was allegedly undertaken to assist President Abdu Rabbo Mansur Hadi, overthrown by Hussites with the support of the army of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, but in reality its goal is to seize oil fields and develop them jointly with Israel. It was not difficult to predict that this war would not be victorious - the rebels would begin to raid Saudi Arabia, and its defeated army, abandoning weaponwill take flight.

Saudi Arabia is the only state in the world that is owned by one person who, together with his son, controls it, avoiding neither political debates nor any form of opposition. Only tribal vassalage is allowed. The fact that for a long time was considered remnants of the past, from which the country will free itself and adapt to the modern world, has become so rooted that it has become the main feature of the archaic kingdom.

The decline of the Saud dynasty is probably caused by a drop in oil prices. Not capable of any reforms, the kingdom constantly takes loans, so financial analysts predict bankruptcy in two years. Aramco’s partial sale could prolong the agony, but it would be accomplished by losing autonomy.

The execution of Sheikh Al-Nimr was an immense whim. And the collapse of Arabia is now inevitable, because those who live there have lost hope for the future. Therefore, tribal enmity and social upheavals are inevitable in the country, much more bloody than those that accompanied previous Middle Eastern conflicts.

Without making any effort to prevent the tragic end, the American patrons of the kingdom are looking forward to it. They are constantly ringing about the "wisdom" of Prince Mohamed, wanting to inspire him to new mistakes. In 2001, the Chiefs of Staff Committee began work on rebuilding the “Greater Middle East”, which included dividing the country into five parts. In 2002, at a meeting of the Council on Defense Policy known to the whole world, the question was raised about getting rid of the Saud clan. And now it's just a matter of time.

Conclusion

The United States succeeded in Saudi Arabia in resolving the issue of King Abdullah’s heir, but today they are pushing the country to collapse. Their goal is to divide it into five parts.

Wahhabism is the state religion, but Saudis rely on Sunni tribes in foreign and domestic politics, and the rest of the population is segregated.

King Salman (he was 80 years old) transferred power to one of his sons, Prince Mohamed (he was 30 years old). The latter took over the ownership of large companies in the country, declared war on Yemen and ordered the execution of opposition leader Sheikh al-Nimr.
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  1. chikenous59
    chikenous59 13 January 2016 12: 25
    36
    Is it too early to bury?
    Recalls the situation with the dollar and the US as a whole.
    We are also often "buried", but nothing, we live, we are not going to die.
    1. vlad66
      vlad66 13 January 2016 12: 33
      10
      Yes, how many Saud already crap in the world and continue to crap. They will not fall apart anywhere.
      1. cniza
        cniza 13 January 2016 12: 40
        +7
        They will fall apart only when the United States falls apart, hence the conclusion of who must first be dumped.
        1. yushch
          yushch 13 January 2016 12: 55
          +7
          Prince Mohammed Al Saud - second deputy prime minister, state minister, defense minister, secretary general of the royal court, chairman of the council for economic affairs and development ... here the dude is sewn up at work, everything about Saudi thinks, there is no time to relax wassat poor fellow.
          1. Corsair
            Corsair 13 January 2016 13: 13
            +4
            Quote: yushch
            Prince Mohammed Al Saud, second deputy prime minister, state minister, defense minister, secretary general of the royal court, chairman of the council for economic affairs and development ... here the dude is sewn up at work, everything about Saudi thinks, once the poor fellow wassat to relax.

            laughing but everywhere pay zp, the same our top managers of many companies are sinful - there is a boss - there is a director and 3-4 more bread positions in subsidiaries and affiliates.
          2. askort154
            askort154 13 January 2016 13: 22
            +2
            yushch .... here the dude at work is sewn up, everything about Saudi thinks, once the poor fellow has a rest.

            Yeah! And grief must be spud. Although in 30 years, first grief, and then
            all the rest.
          3. Weyland
            Weyland 14 January 2016 01: 01
            +1
            Quote: yushch
            here the dude is sewn up at work,


            It's buulshit! the last favorite of Catherine the Great Plato Zubov, EMNIP, worked at 24 high posts - and this is at 19! A workaholic, a child prodigy and a giant of sex - after all, he also had to appease an old woman at night ... laughing
          4. yehat
            yehat 16 June 2017 09: 25
            0
            Saudi Arabia, if you simplify, it is one city with suburbs
            Mohammed is simply the mayor of this city. And what it is called is not important.
            1. forester
              forester 10 October 2017 16: 58
              0
              Quote: yehat
              Saudi Arabia, if you simplify, it is one city with suburbs
              Mohammed is simply the mayor of this city. And what it is called is not important.

              Are you hinting at just one “poplar m”? )))
        2. shuhartred
          shuhartred 14 January 2016 02: 07
          0
          Quote: cniza
          They will fall apart only when the United States falls apart, hence the conclusion of who must first be dumped.

          They will fall apart when the United States pleases and if it pleases. The article says what exactly the United States intended to divide the country. Someone doubts that they are able to do this?
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      3. subbtin.725
        subbtin.725 13 January 2016 12: 42
        +3
        Quote: vlad66
        .Nothing, they will not fall apart.

        Nowhere, where is it?
        1. vlad66
          vlad66 13 January 2016 12: 57
          12
          Quote: subbtin.725
          Nowhere, where is it?

          Rather, one dynasty of princes will succeed another, and how the state of Saudi Arabia will not fall apart. hi
      4. nadezhiva
        nadezhiva 13 January 2016 13: 56
        +4
        Unable to any reforms, the kingdom constantly takes loans, so financial analysts predict bankruptcy in two years.

        Bankruptcy-bankruptcy, and for the upcoming famine, they are mentally prepared.
        Rare creatures.
      5. BaLaLaykin
        BaLaLaykin 13 January 2016 14: 41
        0
        You are absolutely right hi And the first one to come to their aid during a big schucher ... Israel. He is not, first of all, comme il faut to have 1 billion uncontrollable fanatics, but Muslim shrines in the SA and if anything, the events in Libya seem like a children's party in kindergarten. for the same reason, the Americans groom and cherish the Chinese Communist Party. so the article about halva
      6. shvn
        shvn 13 January 2016 22: 30
        0
        Or maybe the Shiites in eastern Saudi Arabia throw weapons?
    2. Vladimyrych
      Vladimyrych 13 January 2016 12: 34
      0
      I agree. No more than wet balls cheers patriots. In case of war, the SGA will harness and economically, the CA is unlikely to commit suicide.
    3. -Traveller-
      -Traveller- 13 January 2016 12: 34
      +7
      while the fat dries, the thin dies. and the Saudis are quite “well-fed”
      1. Nick
        Nick 13 January 2016 12: 54
        0
        Quote: -Traveller-
        while the fat dries, the thin dies. and the Saudis are quite “well-fed”

        Yeah. They will die a day later. lol
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    5. Vend
      Vend 13 January 2016 12: 35
      +4
      The United States has succeeded in Saudi Arabia to resolve the issue of the heir to King Abdullah, but today they are pushing the country to collapse
      I agree with this.
      Quote: chikenous59
      Is it too early to bury?
      Recalls the situation with the dollar and the US as a whole.
      We are also often "buried", but nothing, we live, we are not going to die.
      Yes, chickens in the fall count. However, the Saudis themselves arranged a circus.
    6. Sweles
      Sweles 13 January 2016 12: 55
      -6
      if you execute everyone who has a different opinion, especially on religious issues, then why would this state suddenly collapse? On the contrary, it will only be united, all this liberal-free hype with "freedom of conscience", when any overseas bastard preaches what he considers necessary, despite the internal culture, laws and statutes lead to the collapse of the country, and the country should be one people and one religion, like in France or England, then there will be no separatist inclinations ...
      1. Temples
        Temples 13 January 2016 13: 17
        +6
        there should be one people and one religion in a country, such as in France or England

        Sweles, my friend !, vague doubts torment me ...
        In France, one people and one religion ????
        And what is this people called and what kind of religion is this ???
        Is piderastia legalized in European countries a part of this religion?
    7. RUSS
      RUSS 13 January 2016 13: 21
      +4
      Thirty-year-old Prince Mohamed bin Salman Al Saud
      What an arrogant impudent face!
    8. Bolshevik
      Bolshevik 9 June 2017 19: 55
      0
      aha 17 year trump with Baba dancing there and they will collapse) collapse we have
  2. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 13 January 2016 12: 28
    +2
    Yes there will be no collapse. There is so much dough and oil that they are the last anyone to expect a collapse.
  3. Sergey7311
    Sergey7311 13 January 2016 12: 31
    +3
    Possible collapse of the regime. But not the state itself.
    1. Vladimyrych
      Vladimyrych 13 January 2016 12: 32
      +1
      In CA, the state is the regime. And vice versa.
  4. Aleksey18
    Aleksey18 13 January 2016 12: 31
    +1
    A very strange game: so who is ruining Saudi oil prices in order to bury the US economy with its shales or vice versa?
    1. -Traveller-
      -Traveller- 13 January 2016 12: 37
      +2
      for the US economy, shale oil is a penny, so about the "bury" you got excited
      1. Aleksey18
        Aleksey18 13 January 2016 12: 47
        0
        It inflates the bubble in the stock market well, and nobody canceled the employment of the able-bodied population
  5. Coconut Tima
    Coconut Tima 13 January 2016 12: 31
    +3
    Thierry Meysan - French journalist, chairman of the Voltaire network, an LGBT activist, really dislikes Saudi Arabia for having his heads chopped off there
  6. Maksus
    Maksus 13 January 2016 12: 34
    +6
    Yeah, if you read all the latest news about the funeral of countries and regimes, then the undertakers must get rich. But for now, even Ukraine is holding on. I’m silent about Somalia.
  7. tomcat117
    tomcat117 13 January 2016 12: 34
    -1
    Prince As Saud, Salmanchik, is a deputy to all ministries, not responsible for anything, therefore smiling so sweetly, as if in a kumar. How nice to be a general ... try la la ...
  8. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 13 January 2016 12: 34
    +2
    They will fight for their power to the end. And how much blood will be shed at the same time - they do not care. These camel-hackers remained in their Middle Ages. And petrodollars changed them a little. Unless they added opportunities and arrogance.
    So this is for a long time.
  9. Primus pilus
    Primus pilus 13 January 2016 12: 35
    +2
    Barack, bring democracy there!
  10. valokordin
    valokordin 13 January 2016 12: 35
    +3
    Quote: AdekvatNICK
    Yes there will be no collapse. There is so much dough and oil that they are the last anyone to expect a collapse.

    And I would very much like to and for this it is necessary to do everything and especially to bomb the Saudi gangs in Syria
    1. Albina Yakovleva_5
      Albina Yakovleva_5 17 March 2020 11: 23
      0
      All BV states were very powerful. I'm talking about Lebanon, it took time nothing at all, and where are they, so they have perished the USSR. The struggle for power, power taken. further downhill, and the Saudis are not wardful of God. may well fall apart faster than we think
  11. pts-m
    pts-m 13 January 2016 12: 37
    +1
    in fact, the Saudis are a totalitarian state. Then, where is the “concern” of the pendostan about the violation of the democratic rights of the population? double standards of democratizers.
  12. carabiner sks
    carabiner sks 13 January 2016 12: 38
    +1
    In my opinion, Shiites make up a maximum of 15% of the population of Saudi Arabia, and even quite powerless. Of the other major denominations - Christians (mostly Catholics), well, others - on the little things. So on religious grounds they are unlikely to get much out of hand.
  13. kotvov
    kotvov 13 January 2016 12: 39
    0
    Yes, there will be no collapse,
    it’s how to say it. It’s not a matter of my desire, but of historical development. there are too many contradictions in the kingdom itself, and they got involved in the war in Yemen.
  14. SAM 5
    SAM 5 13 January 2016 12: 43
    0
    two years later, financial analysts predict bankruptcy

    Let it be so.
  15. Rokossovsky
    Rokossovsky 13 January 2016 12: 49
    +5
    the collapse of the kingdom, which will be long and bloody, is inevitable

    It’s like it will turn out to be independent. I remember vangovatsya that there with the first frosts in the 2013-th Maidan will scatter. Then, that in the winter of 2014, the people who are frozen without our gas will throw off the junta. Then, that after Debaltseve and Minsk-2, the radicals will hang Petka on Khreshchatyk. Then there was another death of Krajina from default. In general, have not guessed even once!
    But Thierry Meyssan needs to remember that for the CA Americans, the EU, a bunch of grandmas and weapons. Kings, princes and others like them will cling to power to the last.
    But the worst thing is that the hands of the rulers of the kingdom are not tied with pieces of paper, such as the human rights convention and there are completely no ideas about morality in our heads!
    1. BARKHAN
      BARKHAN 13 January 2016 14: 36
      +3
      Well, yes, yes .... On the Krajina, there’s a straight euroray and unbridled fun. Cities do not freeze, electricity goes on without interruptions, there is no war, the economy rises, plants and factories do not stop, gangs armed around the country do not roll out, and the local population from these gangs are not going to squads ... and all this from the Ukrainian press.
      Well, yes, Ukraine did not immediately burn out, but it is slowly fried over low heat, so to speak, for the quality of the final dish.
      And you noticed that almost no yelling is heard that Ukraine is tse Europe.
  16. Denis Obukhov
    Denis Obukhov 13 January 2016 12: 52
    0
    The Saudis are already all scared and shaking.
  17. Valter1364
    Valter1364 13 January 2016 12: 55
    +2
    Dear funeral team!
    Funeral services, of course, a profitable business, but let's not bury anyone in advance.
    Mother Russia alone has been buried for three hundred years. Others strive to bury Ukraine alive.
    Now the turn has come to the Saudis.
    No need to rush!

    fool smile
  18. Roust
    Roust 13 January 2016 13: 19
    +1
    And may they rejoice for their grave sins! The Saudis shit a lot, they have weakened, but their end is not yet close.
  19. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 13 January 2016 13: 26
    +5
    I read the headline, was delighted, took out a bottle of vodka! I read the article and hid the vodka !!! Why would people cheat ???
  20. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 13 January 2016 13: 31
    +1
    Here they are, true American democrats: kings, crown princes, oligarchs and Wahhabis. laughing

    The cries of the OSCE, PACE, UN and thousands of American democracy controllers around the world are not heard. There are no election observers because there are no elections. No NGOs defending the rights of the Saudi Sodomites.
    No "funds"publishing textbooks for the Saudis to explain the delights of same-sex love. No societies to promote civil society!

    47 people were executed at a time - and okay. Paid for the mercenaries who cut off the American and European heads - and nothing. Lepota.
  21. fa2998
    fa2998 13 January 2016 13: 51
    0
    Quote: Primus Pilus
    Barack, bring democracy there!

    Yes, it is necessary for the Americans to point out that they do not respect human rights, rabid totalitarianism, all parties are banned, everyone cuts their heads (and gay too).
    And about the "collapse", there are a lot of countries that are suffering from the fall in oil prices, but CA-to a lesser extent. The cost of oil is low, and assets abroad and gold-foreign exchange reserves, you will envy! hi
  22. Yeraz
    Yeraz 13 January 2016 13: 53
    +1
    Saudi Arabia is the only state in the world that is the property of one person who, together with his son, controls it, avoiding political debate or any form of opposition. Only tribal vassality is allowed.

    Kim will be offended)))) Like many other individual leaders of different countries.
  23. pofigisst74
    pofigisst74 13 January 2016 13: 55
    +2
    One thing is not clear - what are our GRU and SVR doing? Now is the time to find the oppressed and oppressed people there and direct them on the path of democracy! Tell him about the right to self-determination, and let them find out their relationship with each other in their sandbox! The CIA always does that.
  24. Papapg
    Papapg 13 January 2016 14: 09
    +1
    The kingdom is the same dictatorship, only in law. But medieval government
    Or maybe it is necessary with the opposition, there is no person - there are no problems fellow
    1. Mikhail Krapivin
      Mikhail Krapivin 13 January 2016 16: 50
      0
      Disgusting.
  25. BARKHAN
    BARKHAN 13 January 2016 14: 45
    +3
    Of course, the Americans are behind the Saudis, only now, as practice shows, when the smell of fried kidalovo is inevitable.
    In general, the massacre of Arabs by Arabs is beneficial to everyone except the Arabs themselves. And America, Europe, Israel, and Russia ... they sell weapons to them for money, and they fervently wet each other. Idyll.
  26. soroKING
    soroKING 13 January 2016 14: 47
    0
    The young prince is hot, executed the sheikh in a hurry ... and dad (80 years) warm esche ..
    I bet that the prince tweezers negative
    1. Mikhail Krapivin
      Mikhail Krapivin 13 January 2016 16: 49
      0
      Nope, he’s a daddy’s favorite and pride, a folder will not give him an insult. And the folder is the state. So the question is closed.
  27. SklochPensioner
    SklochPensioner 13 January 2016 14: 58
    0
    Sick of these abominable faces (photo to the article), in my opinion, it's time ...

    By the way, Happy New Year! love
  28. v.yegorov
    v.yegorov 13 January 2016 15: 49
    +2
    Bullshit. The Saudis have twice as much money in reserve than Russia, and they
    still remain, albeit "other sons, but American sons".
    So, "the news of their imminent death is greatly exaggerated."
  29. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 13 January 2016 16: 46
    0
    I’m wondering, what about the exchange rate of their currency? The price of oil is falling and the ruble, to put it mildly, is not up to par. But what about other countries that live off oil, the same Saudi Arabia? Do they also have their rial in two years almost three times depreciated, or what? And if not, why do we have it?
  30. Cobra77
    Cobra77 13 January 2016 17: 05
    +2
    Saving the Saudis early. They are more alive than all living things. Yes there is a small crisis of power, yes there are financial problems, but the safety margin there is not frail. Well, the preachers were executed. Which of that? They are constantly there to shorten someone's head. There is ordinary feudalism. Well, Iran was excited about this. So what? In turn, Iran loves to hang on cranes for a variety of occasions. Also not an example of freedom and tolerance. Well, Iran is in conflict with the Saudis. There will be no hot war such as Iran-Iraq. Both sides are not ready purely military and economically for it. They are simply brushed with weapons, abandoned by a known substance. Duck is only a plus for us. Iran will buy a bunch of weapons and more. And we will sell it with pleasure. The Saudis are weakened. Iran is not our ally and brotherly people. Just a fellow traveler. So far, our interests coincide on major issues, but nothing more. We must always remember that Iran and the Saudis are extremely religious semi-feudal states. In five years, our VKS may bomb them. You never know ... This is the east, it is always there. Today we are the best friend, we eat sherbet together, tomorrow a dagger in the back.
  31. Fearless
    Fearless 13 January 2016 17: 44
    0
    Again, the Americans fooled, if the Arabs do not listen and do not watch TVs, so how can you give in to America to these jackals who deliver the last blow to the back. And then when all this comes to them it will be too late.
  32. Tiger4
    Tiger4 13 January 2016 23: 33
    0
    They live well! And they will not collapse!