Why are the Saudi-led GCC countries REALLY ganging up on Qatar?
Jim W. Dean – It took us about two seconds to understand that the main reason Trump shoe-horned his family into top “advisor” slots as so they could enjoy influence-peddling from the top with some presidential immunity screening.
Qatar said it has too much money to worry about Saudi Arabia cutting diplomatic ties with the country.
Before leaving for the G20 Summit in Hamburg, President Erdogan reaffirmed Turkey’s support for Doha in its dispute with four Gulf neighbors and said that his military will stay in Qatar despite their demands to shut down the base. Sputnik Arabic discussed the issue with Qatari political analyst Muhammed al Musaffir.
The war in Libya was caused not so much by any internal dissent but rather by the West’s need for continued economic expansion, which Western elites view as part and parcel of the post-Cold War “end of history”, a still-potent messianic ideology which gives the West the license to attack anyone, anywhere, to achieve its mercantilist objectives, and which gives the necessary humanitarian “fig leaf” for the benefit of the politically correct faction of Western societies.
Trump’s comments were leaked from Republican National Committee meeting
The list of 13 Saudi demands on Qatar are so far reaching that it would turn Qatar into little more than a vassal state.
The current crisis surrounding Qatar represents the most severe conflict among Gulf Arab states since the end of the Cold War.
Donald Trump warned Doha of the consequences of continuing its extremist ideology. Trump said no civilized nation can allow this wicked ideology to spread on its shores.
The Persian Gulf region continues to surprise and keep the entire world community on its toes. Yet again, a dangerous tension in relations between a number of countries and Qatar has developed.
A recent alleged hacking of Qatar’s official state news agency has sparked a row with its Arab neighbors in the Persian Gulf, with analysts predicting that it could even fuel old tensions in the region.
Representatives from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations made statement urging he UN General Assembly to hold an emergency session on the situation in Syria, especially in Aleppo.
Jim W. Dean – This admission by Qatar to keep the Syrian War going even if Trump pulls out support for the opposition revealed how embedded the “rent-a-Jihadi” game has become.
Jim W. Dean – Mr. Engdahl brings us a top-to-bottom review of the energy wars behind much of the Mideast turmoil. VT has editorialized extensively that we see international crime as the main engine behind the current terror proxy wars and the New Cold War.
The British newspaper “Financial Times” revealed a heavy-caliber scandal when the British security services had broken into a London apartment only to find the Qatari princess having collective sex.
President Sisi issued a response to the military coup in Turkey. “The Turkish military coup against Erdogan was resulted from his failed policies in the region”, he wrote in his Face Book page.
Khalid bin Al Attiyah, the Minister of Foreign Affairs has traveled to London where he signed a joint defense agreement with Michael Fallon, the British Secretary of State for Defense.
Informed sources revealed that certain Persian Gulf Arab states which are customers of the western arms plan to supply the militants in Syria with state-of-the-art missiles.
I cannot understand why Turkey wants or needs a base in Qatar. We will be keeping an eye on this story as it may be the beginning of a new move by Erdogan. __________ 29 April 2016, Arab News, Doha Turkey sets up military base in Qatar Turkey deployed soldiers to a new military base […]
Qatar’s ex-Foreign Minister reveals: Qatar and Saudi Arabia start and escalate the Civil War in Syria
In a recent interview with Financial Times, Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, the former Foreign Minister of Qatar, talked about the country’s crucial role in escalating the Syrian Civil War.
US Air Forces Central Command Public Affairs said that United States’ B-52 Stratofortress strategic bombers arrived at an airbase in central Qatar to join the international coalition’s fight against the Daesh terrorist group in Iraq and Syria.
Qatar Charity Institute director Yusef Al-Kuwari announced this institute has assigned$ 100 million to cover Yemeni people’s humanitarian needs.
As Turkey faces international backlash over provocative actions, Ankara plans to expand its military footprint abroad.
Jim W. Dean – After the carnage of WWII and the slaughters that came before, under the Commies, Russians have reverence for life way beyond their Western counterparts
TEHRAN (FNA) – A group of Ukrainian hackers announced that they have achieved documents showing that Qatar has signed a contract with Ukraine to purchase anti-aircraft missiles for the ISIL terrorist group to hit and destroy Russian fighter jets in Syria. CyberBerkut said that it’s in possession of documents showing that employees of […]
On October 31, Russian Metrojet Flight 9268 crashed over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, killing all 224 passengers and crew on board. Two weeks have since passed, and some Russian experts are now coming to suspect that the crash may indeed been an act of terror, and that the trace leads to the Gulf. © SPUTNIK/ MAKSIM […]
The most up-to-date information indicates the October 31 tragedy was the result of a terrorist act on board the Airbus A321.
Jim W. Dean – The worm has turned on State-sponsored terrorism. Those who planned to use terrorist military formations as the cheap regime-change tactic of this century are watching their new toy going down in flames
Fiore also referred to a plan to organize a media campaign against Saudi Arabia to protest its support for terrorism.
Gordon Duff…”A bifurcated command structure with rogue elements running private “ops” has left America defenseless.”