FROM APOLLOSPEAKS' TOWNHALL ARCHIVES
(Posted on WP 6-26-2014)
2011-10-23 10:47:50.000 --THE DEATH OF CROWN PRINCE SULTAN AND THE CHAOS COMING TO IRAQ AND THE MIDDLE EAST
Saudi Crown Prince Sultan and Ambassador Al-Jubeir.
The death Friday in New York of Crown Prince Sultan Al-Saud, the Saudi DEFENSE MINISTER and heir to the Saudi throne, coming just hours after our hapless president announced the pre-mature and ill-fated withdrawal of US troops from Iraq (and ten days after revelations of an Iranian plot to kill the Saudi US Ambassador) is ominous of the deadly chaos coming to post-"occupation" Iraq, and to the unstable, violent, ugly, dysfunctional, medieval Middle East (see).
It is interesting to note that Prince Sultan (father of the modern Saudi military) played a leading role in Saudi Arabia's involvement in the 1991 Gulf War against Iraq; and that Ambassador Adel Al-Jubeir (targeted by Iran for death) celebrated his 17th birthday on the very day that Ayatollah Khomeine returned to Tehran from exile to start the transformation of his country into a radical Islamic terror state aiming at regional domination*.
* Al-Jueir was born February 1, 1962. Khomeine returned to Tehran on February 1, 1979 (see).
The Saudis are already fighting Iran in a Sunni vs. Shia proxy war over Syria and Bahrain, and are trying to woo Hamas away from them. Upon US troops leaving Iraq this war will spread there-terrible sectarian violence will again engulf the country overshadowing the bloodshed of 2006 because of the absence of US troops. The Middle East is on the brink of a monumental transformational catastrophe that will completely discredit Obama's foreign policy of retreat, make our nation less secure and hopefully end his presidency on Election Day in crushing defeat.
I'll have a great deal more to say on this subject in the days and weeks ahead. But for now this much is clear:
MISSION ABANDONED !
THE PAX AMERICANA IS ENDING IN THE MIDDLE EAST
BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA OWNS POST- "OCCUPATION" IRAQ
Coming soon to the US Embassy in Baghdad.