Crossfire War – Prince Turki – Washington Should Not Leave Iraq Uninvited


Crossfire War – RIYADH WATCH – West Asia Theatre: Riyadh – Baghdad – Tehran/London – Washington; Prince Turki Al-Faisal “America Came into Iraq Uninvited It Should Not Leave Uninvited” – Occupation – Defeat to Continue Ad Infinitum

Night Watch: RIYADH – Saudi Ambassador to Washington, His Highness Prince Turki Al-Faisal used the 15th Annual Arab-US Policymakers Conference to remind the Bush Administration who was really calling the shots in Washington’s foreign policy. He stated that since Washington invaded Iraq uninvited it should not leave the country until asked to do so. His Highness is very much aware that the reason Saddam was not removed from power in 1991 is because of the engineering services, based in San Francisco, were invited to Iran the day after the Gulf War ended through its London branch office. But the Ambassador, like the entire House of Saud, is enjoying the defeat of the lost alliance, London-Washington, and he knew it was coming since both governments put their foreign policy up for sale during the 1980s and Riyadh-Tehran purchased it. This is why the intelligence services of both Washington and London blame Bin Laden for 9/11 as if he could arrange flight school training.[AINALYAQEEN]

The same servile engineering service that built the military base network for Iran did the same for Saudi Arabia during the 1980s. Some of the nuclear bomb proof undergound command centers were shown off during the Gulf War and when the ones for Iran were completed London-Washington were then given permission to remove Saddam, the one posing as Saddam, since the real one is in exile in Yemen.

The Prince’s and the House of Saud’s real position on the lost alliance’s sense of service was revealed when 15 of the 19 hijackers of 9/11 were from Saudi Arabia. Prince Turki Al-Faisal was head of Saudi intelligence until August 2001. Riyadh’s blessing and support for the Jihad is just more subtle than Tehran’s. But there is nothing subtle about the 50-60 CSS-2 ballistic missiles Riyadh purchased from Beijing 20 years ago. The missile has a 2,500 mile (4,000km) range and is meant for targets beyond West Asia (Middle East).

Willard Payne is an international affairs analyst who specializes in International Relations. A graduate of Western Illinois University with a concentration in East-West Trade and East-West Industrial Cooperation, he has been providing incisive analysis to NewsBlaze. He is the author of Imagery: The Day Before.