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Middle East War? How Many Wars Do We Need? By James Reed
Saudi Arabia is undergoing a geo-political realignment, turning away from the US, to embrace China, while all the ruling families continue their traditional battles against each other. Sorting it all out gives me a pain in the neck… so here, all done:
Add to all this increasing tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran:
“Saudi Arabia charged Monday that a missile fired at its capital from Yemen over the weekend was an “act of war” by Iran, in the sharpest escalation in nearly three decades of mounting hostility between the two regional rivals.
“We see this as an act of war,” the Saudi foreign minister, Adel Jubair, said in an interview on CNN. “Iran cannot lob missiles at Saudi cities and towns and expect us not to take steps.”
The accusation, which Iran denied, came a day after a wave of arrests in Saudi Arabia that appeared to complete the consolidation of power by the crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, 32. Taken together, the two actions signaled a new aggressiveness by the prince both at home and abroad, as well as a new and more dangerous stage in the Saudi cold war with Iran for dominance in the region.
“Today confrontation is the name of the game,” said Joseph A. Kechichian, a scholar at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, who is close to the royal family. “This young man, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is not willing to roll over and play dead. If you challenge him, he is saying, he is going to respond.”
The accusations raise the threat of a direct military clash between the two regional heavyweights at a time when they are already fighting proxy wars in Yemen and Syria, as well as battles for political power in Iraq and Lebanon. By the end of the day Monday, a Saudi minister was accusing Lebanon of declaring war against Saudi Arabia as well.”
That situation could explode into war, at the drop of a hat, or whatever the head dress is they wear (keffiyeb). So that means that the US would fight on the side of Saudi Arab, and all those wanting to fight Iran would get their turn to swim in radioactive blood. Who knows, maybe North Korea will independently fire missiles at everybody in the process. China has to get involved somehow, and Russia too. Would India mistake this to be a good time to sort things out too, with nukes? Why not, the more the merrier! Have I forgotten anyone? Well, at least those we are allowed to talk about.
Ok, get it over with. This time, though, make a good job of it, and finish off the entire planet. Blow everything to pieces, like in the Star Wars movies with the death star. It is the only way to end war for all time, and to end the eternal plague of the globalists:
Presumably, there would be a Second Coming in this instance, in accordance with the book of Revelation:
But, I am no theologian and could well be wrong about this being the end of days. What do you think?