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Saudi Arabia breaks with US, ready to talk with Syria

Saudi Arabia breaks with US, ready to talk with Syria
The Duran: Episode 963

Saudi Arabia Poised To Mend Relations With Assad In Major First Since War Began

Saudi Arabia Poised To Mend Relations With Assad In Major First Since War Began

Multiple international reports on Tuesday revealed that Saudi Arabia’s powerful intelligence chief traveled to Damascus Monday to meet with his Syrian counterpart in what’s being seen as a major step toward detente.

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bogsik
bogsik
May 8, 2021

looks like but wouldn’t trust those cadaver fuckers even if they came on knees and begging for forgiveness 😈

Lawrence orr
May 9, 2021
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Well done Russia, yet again you prove your worth to justice, congratulations.

SteveK9
SteveK9
May 9, 2021

I don’t think you guys seem to appreciate that the US has attempted to destroy the countries that Israel views as a threat, because that is what Israel wants. That is all. It is not a ‘mistake’, it is the will of Israel, which carries almost infinite weight in the US.

Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  SteveK9
May 9, 2021

All for the Greater Israel expansion. They can’t do it on their own, so they get the Americans to destroy these countries military capabilities, thus weakening them for the Israelis, when they decide to push over their borders and expand Israel

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Eddy
May 9, 2021

I agree with the first part of your statement, but what Israel wants is for the US to push over their borders so Israel can eventually expand its borders, while the US taxpayers pay for the cost of war with money and lives. The Syrians will then share with the Palestinians their fate of suffering slow genocide.

Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
May 10, 2021

No dispute with that at all, Helga.

Richard
Richard
May 9, 2021
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Bizarre… Mercouris is here parroting the U.S. shameful propaganda by asserting that Assad is “ruthless”…

Upsidedownworld
Upsidedownworld
Reply to  Richard
May 9, 2021

“Having no ruth or pity; cruel; pitiless; barbarous; insensible to the miseries of others.”

That’s certainly not Assad. His opponents maybe, but not Assad.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Upsidedownworld
May 9, 2021

his opponents definitely, but not Assad.

A View from Within
A View from Within
May 9, 2021

Well, that would damage the Israeli-Saudi coalition and leave Washington’s ‘think’ tanks in somewhat more of a brain freeze than normal. I like it.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  A View from Within
May 9, 2021

Washington’s thoughtless tanks won’t be able to figure that one out, as they can’t seem to figure anything else out either. The only thing that surprises me about this is that MBS went directly against Israeli interests with this move. MBS does make rash moves without thinking of the consequences. It will be interesting to see how Israel will react to this. But then again, the Saudis Know exactly what Israel’s role in 9/11 was, and I am sure they have proof of it, so there may not be much Israel can do to retaliate. Just another sign that the… Read more »

Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
May 10, 2021

That would be nice Helga, but I don’t share that view. The SAUDIS are doing the dirty work for the Israelis and the Americans. Nothing changes.

Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  A View from Within
May 10, 2021

That’s why it’s all horse shit. Never gonna happen. The SAUDIS trying to get inside info to continue to undermine Syria. Simple as that. Frankly if it were me, I know what I’d be telling them, but not allowed to print it here.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
May 9, 2021

I am not surprised at all, in fact, I wonder why it took the Saudis that long to make such a move. After what the CIA did, when it (with the help of Turkey) murdered Jamal Khashoggi in such a spectacular and grisly fashion and then blamed the act on Saudis’ de facto ruler MBS, assuming that would surely end his career, and he would be replaced by one of the other, more US friendly princes (I forgot his name, tried to google it, but it’s apparently no longer available). The CIA miscalculated and the Saudi king protected his favorite… Read more »

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John Burns
John Burns
May 9, 2021

As much as I dislike Biden I cannot blame him for the descent of America’s fading power. The US is consigned to following a patently awful foreign policy at the same time as suffering from the effects of the demise of a once great currency as the dollar slips slowly below the economic horizon.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  John Burns
May 9, 2021

Biden is simply one of a huge number of people in high places responsible for the fall of the US Empire. He may well be the last figurehead, officially in charge as the empire finally collapses, but he is old, totally demented, and nothing more than a token figurehead. The beginning of the US Empire’s fall started after WWII, with the creation of the Cold War against Russia.

FranBrown
FranBrown
Reply to  Helga I. Fellay
May 9, 2021

Doesn’t it go back further than that to when modern industry started? After all, that was when so many of the American dynastic families made their money, and having acquired moderate wealth, they then got greedy. This it seems to me is at the root of most world problems – countries like America cannot abide the thought of other countries becoming better off. It has held back most of Africa, exploiting the resources, yet only putting minimal effort into making things better for the average black African. Now that China has come along and started buying their way in to… Read more »

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  FranBrown
May 10, 2021

In other words, empires, any empire, are ultimately destined to fall. History seems to confirm that, no matter how far back you go. I would not go so far as to say modern industry caused the fall. It is the greed of SOME individuals that once they acquire some degree of wealth and the power that comes with it, they get afflicted with a disease called a god-complex which makes them greedy and ruthless. But it’s not inevitable. Not everybody gets addicted to power as not every drinker gets addicted to alcohol. I am thinking of places like Holland in… Read more »

Peta
Peta
May 9, 2021

Saudi Arabia could be the Trojan Horse sent into Syria by the US and UK just to muddy the situation. SA not to be trusted,

Eddy
Eddy
May 10, 2021

Quote, “Saudi Arabia breaks with US, ready to talk with Syria” Unquote. Yeah, so what ? What does TALKING mean ??? We are talking here, about SAUDI ARABIA right ? You know that SAUDI ARABIA that’s so far up the U.S. proverbial you know what, they wouldn’t pass wind without first gaining approval of their murderous mates in Washington right ? And these, (I was going to say animals, but that’s being unfair to the animal kingdom ) quasi humans have ALLEGEDLY changed their spots, and now have become normal humans, and discovered their shortcomings, so they are allegedly going… Read more »

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