Thursday, October 15, 2009

THE END OF THE US-SAUDI ALLIANCE?

Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, right, meets Russia's President Vladimir Putin, left, in the king’s palace in Riyadh. Photo: Dmitry Azarov

In August 2009, there was an attempted assassination of Prince Muhammad bin Nayef, Saudi Arabia's deputy interior minister for security affairs.

The bomber was Abdullah Asiri, a Saudi.

(Al-Qaida (CIA) stumbles in Saudi)

Who wants to break up Saudi Arabia?

In July 2004, Tanya C. Hsu, at Global Research, wrote: Who Really Wants to Invade Saudi Arabia, and Why?

Acording to Hsu:

1. In 1973, the Nixon regime had a plan for a possible US attack on Saudi Arabia in order to grab its oil.

This plan was entitled 'UK Eyes Alpha'.

Britain's MI5 and MI6 had copies of the documents and they were declassified in 2003.

2. In February 1975, Britain's Sunday Times revealed details of the Pentagon's 'Dhahran Option Four', which was about a possible invasion of Saudi Arabia.





On 7 October 2009, Robert Fisk, at The Independent (UK) wrote about the plan to de-dollarise the oil market. (Robert Fisk: A financial revolution.)

He suggested that certain countries were unhappy with "America's decades-long political as well as economic world dominance."

According to Fisk, "Saudi Arabia has been quietly co-ordinating its defence, armaments and oil policies with the Russians since 2007."

Putin in Saudia Arabia: Russia and the Middle East

Power is shifting away from the USA towards countries such as China.

On 2 August 2009, it was reported that, in Saudi Arabia, a coup attempt by Prince Bandar has 'failed'

Saad al-Faqih, head of the opposition group Islamic Reform Movement, told Arab-language TV al-Alam that Saudi officials had uncovered a plot by Bandar to topple King Abdullah.

Reportedly Bandar had planned to use 200 agents, working for the Saudi security service, to stage a coup.

Reportedly Bandar was put under house arrest.

Prince Bandar is said to be a friend of both Mossad and the CIA.

aangirfan: CIA'S 'FRIEND' BANDAR TRIED TO TOPPLE SAUDI MONARCH?

"Some Israeli financiers have been expressing interest over the past two years in non-dollar Arab bank investments." (Robert Fisk: A financial revolution with profound political implications)

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Kuwait reaffirms support for unified Gulf currency

The Americans murdered Mountbatten and Thatcher's friend Airey Neave?

Mountbatten was killed by a bomb in 1979.

In an interview with The Guardian on 9 January 1984, former UK government minister Enoch Powell claimed that the Americans murdered Lord Mountbatten and Margaret Thatcher's friend Airey Neave.

"The Mountbatten murder was a high-level 'job' not unconnected with the nuclear strategy of the United States" (Guardian 9th January 1984). Mountbatten was said to be in favour of nuclear disarmament.

Powell claimed the evidence came from a member of the Royal Ulster Constabulary with whom he had a conversation. (Simon Heffer, Like the Roman: The Life of Enoch Powell, 1999, p. 881.)

Lord Mountbatten was rumoured to have been a visitor to Northern Ireland's Kincora children's home which "was run as a virtual gay brothel by loyalist leaders and MI5." (Lord Mountbatten linked to Kincora child - united kingdom)(aangirfan: Child abuse at the Kincora boys' home)

12 October 1984 bomb - Grand Hotel Brighton

In the USA, in November 1982, five men were acquitted of smuggling arms to the IRA after they revealed that the CIA had approved the shipment.[98]

On 12 October 1984, a bomb went off at the Grand Hotel in Brighton, England.

The bomb, planted by Patrick Magee, a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA), was intended to kill Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her cabinet, who were staying at the hotel for the Conservative Party conference.

The Irish National Liberation Army was a rival to the Official IRA, and may have been set up in order to weaken the Nationalist cause.

There is a theory that many of the Irish terror groups were Mafias run by elements of the CIA and MI6. It was all about making money from drugs and guns.

Kevin Fulton, a former British soldier claimed that he had flown to New York, met FBI and MI5 agents and was given money to buy an infra-red device to be used to set off IRA bombs. (Congress probes 'IoS' revelations on IRA link.)

The INLA murdered 113 people in the 80s and 90s.

Neave was murdered in 1979.

When Margaret Thatcher's close friend Airey Neave was assassinated in 1979, in a car-bomb attack at a House of Commons carpark, the Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) was among the groups that claimed responsibility for the assassination.

Journalist Paul Routledge, in his book Public Servant Secret Agent, floated the idea that Neave was killed by people within MI6 and the CIA.

In 2002, Journalist Paul Donovan wrote, in the Irish Democrat, about "A tangled web of intrigue"

According to Donovan:

1. Neave sought to clean up the corruption within the security services.

2. Neave was killed by a bomb. Gerald James, former chief of the armaments firm Astra Holdings, wrote that the mercury switch on the bomb was only available to the CIA at the time.

3. Enoch Powell claimed that the CIA wanted a united Ireland within NATO.

Former UK cabinet minister Tony Benn, who supports nuclear disarmament and has publicly supported Sinn Féin and the unification of Ireland

From Wikipedia we learn:

UK politician Tony Benn records in his diary (17 February 1981) that a journalist from the New Statesman, Duncan Campbell, told him that he had received information from an intelligence agent two years previously that Neave had planned to have Benn assassinated if there was a possibility that Benn might be elected Labour Party Leader.

The New Statesman printed the story on 20 February 1981, naming the agent as Lee Tracey.

Tracey claimed to have met Neave and was asked to join a team of intelligence and security specialists which would "make sure Benn was stopped". Tracey planned a second meeting with Neave but Neave was killed before they could meet again.[8]

Kevin Cahill, an Irish investigative journalist, claims Neave was on the verge of a massive overhaul of the security services, possibly involving a merger of MI5 and MI6 and arising from his belief in corruption in the security services.

Neave

Cahill suggests a link between Neave's murder and Sir Richard Sykes' murder and the attempted murder of Christopher Tugendhat in December 1980.

Cahill claims that Neave would have been head of the combined security services with Sykes and Tugendhat as his deputies, with Sykes responsible for foreign operations and Tugendhat responsible for home operations.

Cahill concluded that Neave was murdered by MI6 agents working with the CIA because Neave sought to prosecute senior figures in the intelligence establishment for corruption.[9]

On 18 October 1986 Enoch Powell returned to the subject of Neave's death in a speech to Conservative students in Birmingham.

He told them that INLA had not killed Neave, but that he had been assassinated by "MI6 and their friends".

Powell claimed Neave's Northern Ireland policy had been one of integration with the rest of the UK.

His murder, alleged Powell, was intended to make the British Government adopt a policy more acceptable to America in her aim of a united Ireland within NATO.[11]