The Coming Fracture of Saudi Arabia

If there was ever a government that should go down this shitter, it is is this medieval freak show. Western democracy and secular republicanism will not work everywhere – I get it – but even in these backwards-ass tribal cultures there has to be a more effective and more representative form of social administration than that which flows the cornucopia that was the the scrotum of a dude with 22 wives. Holy good shit.

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Source: Strategic-Culture.org, by Wayne Madsen

The Bible’s book of Galatians, VI teaches, «as you sow, so shall you reap». And for Saudi Arabia, which has overtly and covertly supported rebellions in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Ethiopia, Philippines, and Lebanon that have led to civil wars and inter-religious strife, the day of reckoning may soon be at hand. The present Saudi king, Salman bin Abdul Aziz, is the last of the sons of the first Saudi king, Abdul Aziz al Saud, who will ever sit on the Saudi throne. After Salman dies, Saudi leadership will pass to a new generation of Saudi royals. But not all the descendants of the first Saudi king are happy about how the future succession may turn out.

Salman named his nephew, Mohammed bin Nayef, as crown prince after firing his half-brother, Mugrin bin Abdul Aziz, as crown prince after the death of King Abdullah in…

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