END the corrupt wars of US aggression which have been merely building a Saudi/Sunni Empire
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For decades the US Military and CIA have either economically crippled or absolutely decimated(via overt military action, covert projects, or economic sanctions) nearly all of the Shia and secular rivals of the Saudi/Sunni "Kingdom" and their allies. You can see the material benefit of this ongoing terrible mission in places like Dubai, where the undeniable radical economic development has quickly(especially since 9-11) transformed that community into a global phenomenon of wealth concentration, opulence, and decadence.
Who has benefited from the never-ending "war on terror"??? Clearly these people have: https://youtu.be/MUcwm720oM0
Also note that Saudi Arabia's oil company, Aramco, is now the most profitable company in the world: https://www.visualcapitalist.com/the-worlds-20-most-profitable-companies/
The Saudis cultivate and fund the terrorism which the USA then uses as an excuse to conduct endless unconstitutional wars of aggression, ensuring the hugely profitable oil production in the region remains a Sunni operation, that the Shia rivals remain in a state of chaos and economic shackles, and that the oil that does get sold is purchased with US Dollars.
This line from Wikipedia lays out the historical connection of the House of Saud and the radical Wahhabist/Sunni branch of Islam which is the root of groups like Al Qaeda and ISIS: "Ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab charted a religio-political pact with Muhammad bin Saud to help him to establish the Emirate of Diriyah, the first Saudi state, and began a dynastic alliance and power-sharing arrangement between their families which continues to the present day in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."
Why would the USA support this?
1. The Petrodollar was created in the early 1970s by Nixon and the then Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. They feared after the closing of the gold window that the dollar’s reserve currency role would diminish significantly. To save the dollar, Saudi Arabia was offered total military protection by the US on the condition that all oil trading would only be in dollars.
2. Incredibly MASSIVE and profitable US military hardware purchases by Saudi Arabia and their allies.
Note that some 9-11 families (through their ongoing litigation attempts) are holding Saudi Arabia responsible for the attacks on that day because of the mounting evidence showing material and logistical support by Saudi Arabia for the attackers(who were mostly Saudis).
Also note that after 9-11 the US military quickly and indefinitely surrounded Iran via Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere, as Iran looks to be the final big prize in this multi-decade project. Note this: https://youtu.be/9L2pBpe3has
In a leaked email from Hillary Clinton to John Podesta she states this: "...we need to use our diplomatic and more traditional intelligence assets to bring pressure on the governments of Qatar and Saudi Arabia, which are providing clandestine financial and logistic support to ISIL [Isis] and other radical Sunni groups in the region."
Saudi Arabia has one of the worst records on human rights, and they are some of the most prolific "head-choppers" on the planet. The "enemies" of the USA are referred to as "brutal dictatorships" but the actual brutal dictatorships who are big spenders and allies are conveniently labeled "kingdoms".
There are also terrible connections to be recognized between Sunni governments, oil companies, defense contractors, the largest PR firms on the planet, and revolving-door CIA/NSA officials who go to work for private lobbying firms.
These wars aren't about who gets the oil, they are about who sells the oil and whether or not they sell it for American Dollars. They also are about the ancient rivalry between Sunni and Shia. The US is economically addicted to its ties to the Sunni, and when you look at the past many decades of conflict through that lens, all of the pieces of the puzzle regarding endless warfare fit together in a very tidy fashion. These wars certainly are not about fighting terrorism, otherwise places like Saudi Arabia would be held to account rather than nations that had nothing to do with events like 9-11.
The number of people killed and displaced by this ongoing farce are staggering. Just the number of CHILDREN who have died from the effects of the economic sanctions alone are a heartbreaking tragedy that nobody even has the courage to talk about or acknowledge.
STOP THESE CORRUPT WARS NOW
It also probably isn't a coincidence that Venezuela has been feeling the usual interventionist regime change pressure from the US as an oil producing rival of the Saudi/Sunnis. Note: Venezuela sits atop the largest oil reserves on the planet.
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