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Prince Turki Is A Real Turkey

Reader comment on item: A Saudi Prince's Threat to the Obama Administration

Submitted by Renee Bouvier (United States), Jan 27, 2009 at 15:33

Prince Turki literally fled his appointment as the Saudi Ambassador of the United States. because of his affiliation to certain Islamic fundamentalist groups (that is, terrorist groups), which had infiltrated Iraqi territory. He possesses a most dubious history against both states of the United States and Israel.

President Obama's goal is to make the United States less dependent on Middle Eastern oil, and specifically, the Saudi kingdom. If Obama successfully accomplishes his energy and environmental policy programs, the U.S. will hopefully be able to once and for all cut the apron strings now attaching our country to this medieval Arab regime.

Someone should remind Prince Turkey of his regime and family's ties to the former Third Reich and the Dulles clique. Had his kingdom not financed and literally fueled the Nazis and the Third Reich, perhaps we would not be having this discussion about the quagmire between the Jews and the Palestinians. From what history has truly showed and told us, his regime is now obligated to compensate both the Jews and the Palestinians for its past crimes against humanity. Obama better work fast to achieve his energy plans for our country, because I am personally repulsed by and getting really tired of having to listen to Prince Gobbler.

Hopefully General James L. Jones will serve him up for our next Thanksgiving in a metaphorical sense. After all, we're not a medieval regime and people in that we don't resort to beheadings to rule over our people as a form of coercion. How disgusting! Such borderline personalities of the Middle East we can surely disassociate ourselves from. It's evidently time to cut those apron strings!

Personally I'd rather take oil from the Russians than the Saudis. If only the Russian leadership would successfully diversify their country's economy (as most Russians wish), the Americans would be more apt to tell the Saudis to shovel their gobbledygook someplace else. Once Russia has a viable, secure economy, Russian oil may be a more viable (or agreeable) option. Personally I would rather deal with the civilized people of Russia. After all, Israel took over a million Russians, many of whom are technically not Jews. We have much more in common with the Russians than we do with the borderline personalities and psychotics of the Middle East. Some may blame this psychiatric phenomenon on consanguineous marriage (in dog breeders' language: "line-breeding"), which is pandemic to the Middle Eastern region. Most cultures have stopped this practice for medical and moral reasons, but the Arabs somehow are under the impression that they are superior beings not subject to the same rare genetic disorders, diseases, and rules of civilization like the rest of us. Those rare, autosomal genetic disorders and diseases are very common in the Arab Middle East. Their so-called "steadfastness" is so very evidently counter-productive and self-destructive -- not to mention how it's directly affecting the rest of us.

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