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America: Particularly Concerned January 3, 2016

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The United States official position on the execution of a prominent Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr by Saudi Arabia Is this:

Particularly Concerned

That’s it.


No condemnation. Nothing critical. No disapproval. Just concerned. Particularly.

America the hypocrite is particularly good at using double standard on carrying out its foreign policy.

One standard for its friends.

Another one for its enemies.

Black Swan? January 2, 2016

Posted by hslu in Energy, Global Affair, Islam, Middle East, Muslim, Politics, US Government.
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Saudi executed a prominent Shia cleric which could back fire and, if Saudi’s royal family or Bahrain’s royal family got toppled, it could be the Black Swan the financial and commodity markets are not expecting.

The United States have been going around the world promoting Democracy to its enemies. But, have you ever heard American government calling for Saudi’s royal family stepping down from power and starting a democracy process in Saudi Arabia?

We all know that this will never happen because the United States needs Saudi’s oil.

I call this the epitome of hypocrisy of American’s foreign policy.

Iraq: A way out June 20, 2014

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Here is the headline:

‘Kerry heads to Mideast for Iraq talks.’


Source: Fox News mobile site

Yes, Kerry will be in Baghdad on Monday and I bet you a nickle that heads will roll beginning with Maliki’s.

Yeah, replace Maliki with a Sunni politician and everything will be just peachy.

I like happy endings.

But, wait, Shiite may pick up arms and start killing Sunnis.

Democracy for current Iraq is a pipe dream. Forget about it. There is no use for America to revive it. It won’t work.

Kerry’s trip to the Mideast is doomed to fail from the start.

Here is my idea:

Divide the current Iraq into three sections and let Kurds, Sunnis and Shiites move to the one they want to call it home. Then we may have some chance to see peace there.


Kerry’s trip is doomed to fail from the start.

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