December 30, 2013

Is Saudi Arabia's Prince Bandar Behind Volgograd Attacks?

There are pieces of shit in this universe, and then there's Prince Bandar of Saudi Arabia.

Some emperors and heads of states like President Bush have their saving graces and can be forgiven, but not so with Bandar, this piece of shit needs to be six feet underground for humanity to move forward and prosper. What positive thing does his stupid government contribute to the Middle East or world civilization? Nothing but terror comes from his regime. Israel can stand up and say "Hey, look, we have an ancient and biblical history, we have contributed scientists and inventors to the human race and world civilization." What the hell does Saudi Arabia's government have to offer to the world except oil and terrorism?

 An excerpt from, "Volgograd Bombings Follow Saudi Threat to Attack Russia" by Paul Joseph Watson, Infowars, December 30:
According to a transcript of the comments made during the meeting by Middle Eastern news agency Al Monitor, Bandar made a series of promises and threats to Putin in return for Moscow withdrawing its support for Assad in Syria.

“I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics next year,” Bandar allegedly stated, adding, “The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us.”

Bandar made it clear that his position was supported by the US government.

This “guarantee” to stop the Chechens from attacking the Sochi Olympics was also obviously a veiled threat that if Russia did not abandon Assad, terrorist attacks would be given the green light.

Given that Russia did not abandon Assad and indeed virtually single-handedly prevented a US military strike on Syria, much to the chagrin of Saudi Arabia which is the primary supplier of anti-Assad rebel jihadists, are we to believe that the Volgograd bombings are evidence of Bandar following through on his threat?
An excerpt from, "Bandar's Threat Comes True - Russia Will Respond" by 'b' of Moon of Alabama, December 30:
One doesn't attack Stalingrad without receiving a blowback. The Russian security forces will have an immediate harsh response on the local level. There will be pressure on Putin to also directly respond towards Saudi Arabia. Russia will feel the need to set a precedence. The response will therefore likely come, though probably delayed, in a rather spectacular form.