Arming a Villain
What’s up with Donald Trump and Saudi Arabia? And why has the mainstream media ignored this incredibly cozy connection? Before being elected President, Trump pledged to combat Islamic extremism, and yet he’s now sucking up to the very nation that has been its prime spawning ground.
There is still not one substantiated instance of an Islamic terrorist crossing the U.S.-Mexican border to attack anyone in our country. But while Trump continues to yap away about building a wall along the southern border, he has wasted no time in improving relations with the Wahhabi fanatics who rule Saudi Arabia. Fifteen of the nine teen hijackers who flew passenger planes into the World Trade Center towers, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania countryside on September 11, 2001, were traveling on valid Saudi passports.
Saudi Arabia is the major proponent of Wahhabism, a strict, fundamentalist Sunni Islam theology that embraces the notion of war to the end against infidels. These “infidels” include followers of the Shia branch of Islam, which prevails in Iran and U.S.-liberated Iraq, as well as in the part of Saudi Arabia that contains most of the kingdom’s vast oil deposits.
Furthermore the Saudi royal family is financing the suppression of Shiites throughout the Middle East. In Syria, Yemen and Bahrain the Saudi leadership has gone so far as to support al-Qaeda and the terrorist group’s spin-offs in murdering those who disagree with the Saudi interpretation of the Koran.