Essentially a Declaration of War Against Iran and Shia Muslims and the Alliance With Wahhabi Regimes

Source: PressTV

Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia was a war against Shia Muslims: Analyst

May 27, 2017

US President Donald Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia during his first official overseas trip this week was essentially a declaration of war against Iran and Shia Muslims and signaled an alliance with Wahhabi regimes, an investigative journalist in Washington says.

“I think its very problematic for President Trump to have gone to this summit in Riyadh which I believe he was actually used by the Saudis to promote their interests,” said Wayne Madsen, an author and columnist specializing in intelligence and international affairs.

“What Trump effectively did was declare war on the Shia religion; he aligned himself with these Wahhabist regimes in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait [and the] United Arab Emirates,” Madsen said during a phone interview with Press TV on Friday.

“He even said that past problems between the US and Bahrain are over with; we know he’s selling them weapons now,” Madsen added.

Saudi Arabia was the first stop on Trump’s first international trip this week. No other US president has made Saudi Arabia their first foreign visit.

Trump and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud signed a “strategic vision” agreement in Riyadh on May 20 to bolster cooperation on military, economics and other areas.

Trump also signed an arms deal worth $110 billion with the Saudis, despite warnings he could be accused of being complicit in the regime’s war crimes in neighboring Yemen.

The $110 billion arms deal signed by US and Saudi leaders last week was a component of $350 billion in economic and military investments between the two countries over the next 10 years, according to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

Less than a year ago on the campaign trail, Trump vilified the Saudi influence on US foreign policy, openly accused the kingdom of being behind the 9/11 terror attacks, and demanded the US be paid for protecting the monarchy.

Experts say Trump’s selection of Saudi Arabia as his first overseas trip signals that he is willing to change his behavior and tone to embrace a country responsible for widespread human rights violations and an escalating humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
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Donald Trump’s speech writer is Steven Miller who wrote Trump’s speech given in Riyadh. Miller according to Wayne Madsen, is a “creature of the Zionist movement” and Miller’s mentor is David Horowitz, a right wing Muslim-hating Neocon.

Trump Speech in Saudi Arabia to Muslim World

Related reading:

The Believer

Stephen Miller Is Writing the Big Speech on Islam That Trump Is Delivering in Saudi Arabia

David Horowitz: Stephen Miller, a Second Thoughts Warrior

 

The following is a good example of this declaration of war on Shia Islam as well as NATO wanting a piece of the action to kill Shia Muslims which comes right on the heels of the alleged terrorist™ attack on Manchester (evidence is beginning to appear Salman Abedi is an MI5/MI6 asset):

US-led air strikes killed record number of civilians in Syria

NATO to Join Air War In Syria and Iraq

UPDATED: Manchester Bomber Was a British Intelligence MI6 Asset

 

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  • Is Trump the real deal? How? Policy toward Israel has not changed.Policy towards Iran is worse. Only policy towards Europe has changed. The tax plan is straight out of wall street.
    I’m at a loss to figure out trump.

  • I don’t want to listen to the speech in Saudi Arabia again, but if I remember correctly, Trump stated the Saudis promised, as part of the agreement for the arms sale, to invest a considerable sum of money in the US to kick start the economy. It would appear Trump’s main goal is to find investors with cash willing to create markets and jobs within the US. Which sort of jobs? I don’t know, but I believe Trump is seeking investment from wherever or whomever is willing to step forward. Looking at it from a larger perspective, I would suggest Trump is trying to buy time on the Iran issue and will come to some kind of a decision later down the road – if push comes to shove. The mian point of his Saudi speech was to afirm that 55 Muslim nations (?) pledged to halt extremism within their territorial jurisdiction. Maybe as a negotion point Trump needed to declare Iran a rogue terrorist nation. But in the end, nothing either economically, militarily or diplomatically really changes – or do you really belive something changed? The speech was meant for local (conference attendee) consumption. I’m sure those who attended could read between the lines …