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Could it be that this is just the tip of the ICEBERG??

Reader comment on item: What Riyadh Buys [in Washington]

Submitted by RM Paine (Australia), Dec 16, 2002 at 04:27

Dear Dr. Pipes,

Thank you for shining a light on the rotten and the potentially treasonous! Could it be that this is just the tip of the ICEBERG? Who do the Saudis want to control, after all? Americans, the West and the rest of the World's population seems to be the obvious answer. So how about looking at this from the Saudis' point of view, where does their black money yield the greatest result? Think outside the box.

The Stated
--The Executive Branch of the US Government is the obvious recruitment pool for Saudi evangelists (i.e. Jimmy Carter)
--The fraternity of ex-US ambassadors to Riyadh (these guys should be Tried in a Military Court for Treason, and if convicted, shot!)
--The Mosques in US, Rome and around the world give the Islamists a unique soapbox.

The Probable fray of culprits worth investigating
--Hollywood (i.e. AOL-TimeWarner)
--News Media If they don't start shedding some light on this subject like we see here then they too will ultimately show their colors, their allegiance!
--United Nation
--Other key industries like, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Defense Contractors, Wall Street, Private Security companies, etc.

I am confident that there is almost no limit to the roots of this evil financier, Saudi Royal Family.

If the women of the US and Western world understood what was in store for them if the Saudis controlled the world, they would single handedly ensure that the Muslim advances were decapitated, obliterated. That is, if they realized that just like the women of Saudi Arabia, Arabia in general, are both slaves and prisoners who have no rights.

Many thanks,

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