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First let me give you a brief introduction of Saudi Arabia:

Saudi Arabia is the biggest women's prison in the world; women are not even allowed
to drive a car while China has already become the third nation in the world to
send a woman "Liu Yang" into the space in 2012. The country has also
spread a toxic theology such as Salafism that has injected radicalism and
inspired extremist groups such as ISIS, the Muslim brotherhood and al Qaeda. The
country has also a miserable human rights record that the engineers of human
rights like the United States believe in. In Saudi Arabia, you are not free to
practice other faiths other than Islam or build any other place of prayer. Saudi
Arabia has been the biggest crude oil producer for decades and the milk cow of
the United States.

Now, take a glimpse of what's really going on: 

Trumpwill pay a visit tomorrow to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 2017/5/20. And he
will deliver a speech and the topic is "need to confront radical ideology".
It sounds a very good idea to confront a declare the war against fundamentalism
from the custodian of Islam's "two holy mosques" but I am very
pessimistic about it, because actions speak louder than words. Donald Trump is
not concern at all about what so-called human rights, he doesn't care whether
women have the right to drive a car or people of other faiths can practice their
rituals freely. He doesn’t even care about radical ideology since terrorism is
a political trick and can benefit from it and use it as a tool to achieve political

American foreign policy has always been thinking about the "milk cow" only. Human rights, freedom of religious belief and democracy are just
tools that lead to selfish interests. It seems to me that the Saudi oil can work
miracles and force countries to take sides with the wealthiest against the
poorest. If we take a look at the biggest terrorist attack has been conducted
on the American soil, 9/11, it showed clearly the identities of those attackers
and their nationalities.
Fifteen of the nineteen hijackers were Saudis and the rest are from the United Arab
Emirates, Egypt and Lebanon. ironically, the president of the united states
Donald Trump singed two executive orders claiming that banning people of
certain countries is to protect the American people from foreign terrorists
entering into the united states, and none of these four countries is included.
I tend to believe that terrorism is a dirty game in the hands of politicians
and it is used as a political commodity. 

Yet, Saudi Arabia has been bombing Yemen for almost two years and the United States is providing them with means of destruction and human rights can't even be found in the dictionary of this conflict. The USA along with the Saudi-led coalition brought nothing
but more social unrest. SAUDIS AND AMERICANS dont care about the welfare of any
other nation but their own interest only. Brutal, barbaric, despicable is the
aggression on the civilians who are the only targets for those air assaults. the former president is wandering around all the time and they did no harm to him. Now every single Yemeni expects to be the next victim, together with his family. It is genocide in the true sense of the word.Saudi Arabia is trying hard to fuel a sectarian conflict between the Yemeni Shiites and Sunnis to show that this is the case and to disguise the true diabolical scheme in Yemen.
At the same time, the jet fighters are killing people in towns and villages in their homes, and in weddings, and destroying schools, collages, institutes, factories, bridges, roads, dams, historical cities, electricity stations, water sources, airports, seaports, food stores, markets, grain silos, etc. all overYemen. Hospitals, targeted too, are sending distress calls that they can't handle the huge numbers of the dead bodies that started to decompose due to the lack of diesel; and the injured people are dying because the medical supplies have run out. Patients with critical health conditions such as diabetes, liver and kidney diseases are dying, too, due to shortage of necessary medicines and equipment. Hospitals that care for children and women are either closed down or are operating under great fear from those air strikes that spare no person or
place. Children began to develop diabetes and other psychological problems as a result of the terror from those strikes and huge explosions.

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Reply Report HailChina! 2017-5-23 09:20
Yeah! Great post mate. And don't forget that Israel is the best friend of the Saudi. China, Russia and Iran should smash these despicable scumbags.

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