Saudis do not view the insult to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a dissonant event. Rather, they look at it in light of the path of the relationship between the United States of America and European countries on the one hand and between the Arab and Islamic world in the long term on the one hand. An infamous American proverb says “We do not have permanent friends, and we do not have permanent enemies, but we have permanent interests” even if the realization of their interests depends on the destruction of others.
A question may come to mind about the reason behind the attacks on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by the Democratic Party in America these days. Though these are direct attacks against crown prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia ultimately resulting in a big conflict between the United States and the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
However, Saudi Arabia is neglecting, or even procrastinating – a bitter fact that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Arab countries have not gone out of the target of the open and secret western military and economic powers since the fall of the Islamic Emirate of Granada in 1492 AD.
Some Western politicians and researchers had announced a list of their enemies after the end of the Soviet Union. They propose that the war against them must be confronted openly, just as the Soviet Union was openly confronted to limit their power, and they pointed the finger at the yellow danger (China East and Southeast Asia), and the Green Menace, by which they mean Islam and Islamic countries, and their center is the Arab countries.
So why are the campaigns now directed to Saudi Arabia?
These frenzied campaigns are directed towards the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for various reasons;
Reason No.1 for the US war against Saudi Arabia
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the heart of the Islamic world, and weakening or tearing it apart is a major goal of all enemies of the Arab Islamic nations. This hostility is pleased by the Western religious and political leaders openly sometimes and appears at other times according to what achieves their goals and interests on the one hand and according to the strength and weakness of the Islamic world only The strength and weakness of the positions of our Arab and Islamic countries.
Reason No.2 for the US war against Saudi Arabia
This state was able to unify and gather the diaspora of the Arabian Peninsula from the eastern region to the western region and from the northern region to the southern region into one state at a time when the Western colonial countries were working to tear apart Arab and Islamic countries, and therefore the Sykes-Picot Agreement was not included in the disruptive states. Arabic in 1916 to undermine this unity despite the fact that their law, which they were working on, (divide and rule).
Reason No.3 for the US war against Saudi Arabia
It is the pillar of the Arab countries and the pillar and support of the Arab Gulf states in particular, and its weakening is considered a weakening of the Arab states, the Arab Gulf states, the Arab nation, and the Islamic nation as a whole.
Reason No.3 for the US war against Saudi Arabia
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – a system, leadership, and people – stood firmly in 2011 with the Kingdom of Bahrain – system, leadership, and people – so they thwarted the plans of political hate campaign against Arabs and Muslims in America, Britain and the European Union countries to implement the new Middle East plan with creative chaos to hand Bahrain over to the Safavid theocratic regime. And for Bahrain to be a conduit for overthrowing and dividing the ruling regime in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which is part of the scheme announced by the Centers for Political Studies and the US State Department since 2003 by its Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and US Secretary of Defense Colin Powell.
Reason No.4 for the US war against Saudi Arabia
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has taken a firm stand against the plan to hand Yemen over to the Houthis, who follow the Iranian Safavid sectarian theocratic regime and limit their incursion into the Decisive Storm initiative in 2015, and the United States of America announced the withdrawal of all its representatives in Yemen in preparation for that.
This insulting Saudi Arabia is a new attempt to implement the new Middle East plan, and a new attempt to design creative chaos.
Among those who raise the banner of democracy and human rights, and in fact, they are the ones who are planning and working to sabotage the world in the interest of western US-European policy only. It is the political deception based on hidden hatred against Muslims as well as the Arab world.
What is the secret of this hidden hatred of European and American political and religious leaders for many centuries against Arabs and Muslims, and even against other non-Europeans in general in Asia, Africa, North and South America, Australia, and elsewhere?
We find the answer to this question in what Dr. Roger Garaudy mentioned that the reason is due to the philosophical views that appeared in Western thought and spread among the children of Western civilization during the European Renaissance and the colonial era – and up to the present day – of the relationship between them and the others(non-Western world) and between them and the Muslim world.
Three postulates of famous philosophers were common in Europe:
Postulate (man is master and owner of nature).
Muslim (man is a wolf in relation to man).
Muslim (a person who develops his mental abilities is a God who dominates and dominates all elements)
I recall a fourth postulate, which is:
The postulate of the supremacy of the white man.
It is a racist thought based on the belief that individuals of white origin are masters of all human beings of other races, and it calls for the domination of whites over the social, political, historical, and industrial aspects of their societies, but rather over the world in the interest of the white race.
Will this attempt to overthrow the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and others, divide them, and implement the new Middle East plan?
The success factors of this and other attempts depend on two things:
The first: for Western politicians to stop these destructive policies of the other, and this is unlikely, and not in the hands of others who are not Europeans.
The second: Intellectual intolerance among the sons of the Arab and Islamic nation, regardless of its religious, sectarian, tribal, national, and philosophical orientations.
This intellectual fanaticism is the biggest weapon that European politicians exploited to implement the new Middle East plan by spreading what they called creative chaos and recruiting all religious, sectarian, and ideological fanatic individuals and regimes to bring down regimes and tear apart states.
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