Demonstrators have spilled on to the streets of the eastern Saudi city of Qatif, angered by the death of a man during the latest bout of protests in the country.
View full story
Fast Message to think about... : Why not use same Tactics as the US/Nato? Pay Combatants from the East Block, Georgians, Ukrainians, Romanians, Tchechenians, polish, etc... to go and fight like the 'Friends of Syria' in S.A., and all those Oil Rich Formula 1 Puppets (?) Qatar, Bahrain etc...
Super Power will Fall soon. So will all Arab puppets. Never Give up. Fight till you are Free. People Power will prevail over super power.
What? How come? I thought it's democracy. WTF? West needs to bring democracy there? Or no? Or they only going to do that with countries that are not licking their a*s?Should I say "F*ck you USA for supporting bloody regimes! You will burn in hell!", like Americans say about Russian support for Syria?
You see, these are real peaceful protests (thus far). In Syria it was never like that. The "revolution" in Syria was, from the start, infiltrated with murderers, Islamist sociopaths and NATO mercenaries. Whatever real and sincere grievances the people of Syria might have been expressing in the beginning, they were being used, by the west and its local servants, to destroy yet another sovereign country, which does not bow down to NATO, to the Islamo-Fascists and to the Zio-Fascists.Saudi Arabia (S.A) is the most repressive country from Morocco to Pakistan, and it will explode some day. But contrary to what some of you may think, the US knows this very well. Their people are already on the ground infiltrating all and any Saudi opposition, so that when they come to power, Saudi Arabia remains a slave to America.Have no doubts about it. The US will have no problem in ditching the House of Saud and letting them all get butchered on the streets... hey if the horse doesn't run anymore its time to make glue out of him....For a real liberation to occur in S.A. countries like China and Russia should be on alert and ready to guide the Saudi people away from NATO (Nazi Atlantic Terrorist Organization) and Islamo-Fascism.
Where the heck is loquacious Hillary, United States' dipolomat plenipotentiary? Why is she reticent and not talking to the lectern, to vociferously condemn the Saudi Princes in the heinous and nefarious atrocities they are committing time and time again, against their own citizens?
Arab Spring? Revolutions? Once the Ginny out of the bottle is difficult to stop it... expect them everywhere in the west and their puppets.
Your quote: "If the Shia of Saudi demonstrate with enough vigor they may win democracy"Are you delusional? Any Shia with any leadership capacity is now being 'disappeared' by Saudi secret police...
brabveheart (unregistered) wrote in #15
Why don't western power intervene here?
w hy should they? If the shia of Saudi demonstrate with enough vigor they may win democracy,. Upon the first election all the sunni would simply vote it back to the way it was before.
Revolution is long overdue in Saudi Arabia because Saudi Wahhabis are real Terorrist who are committing crimes in Syria, Iraq, Bahrain, Pakistan and Afghanistan. 100% Al-Qaida Members are Wahhabis.
Why don't western power intervene here?
The snake head who destroyed a man's life in Qatif today,is the same snake head,who yesterday destroyed prophet Mohammad's blood line up to 12 generations.Wahabis. They should not be allowed to exist anywhere in Arabia,specially in Hijaz.
Ladies and Gents,i just learned today that there are no movie theatters in Saudi Arabia,now,how twisted is that..i guess thats bad news fo Hollywood.
Ahmed (unregistered) wrote in #10
for your information -especially those who lives outside the persian gulf- most of KSA oil fields are located in Shiite areas, that's why the US/Britain won't say any word about KSA protests.
Dear ahmed, Thats right. But in my opinion, the protesters in bahrein and east saudi-arabia are really peacefull protesters. They dont have guns,they dont have knives or whatelse,the people dont attack the police or army. The protesters in bahrein and east saudi-arabia are not like the protesters in syria. Many protesters in syria have very heavy guns, and they kill even people, who dont want protest and take the guns. And about oil. i dont care about it. i care about the people in bahrein and east saudi-arabia.... peace for all...
By posting your comment, you agree to abide by our Posting rules
Log in to comment in full, or comment anonymously under character-limit restriction.
To complete a registration check
A password has been sent to your email address
Retype new password
Bahrain imprisons leading rights activist over pro-democracy tweet
Saudi shootout and crackdown: Two dead as police squash Shia rally
© Autonomous Nonprofit Organization “TV-Novosti”, 2005–2013. All rights reserved.