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Reminded me of this story:

The Danish agent, the Croatian blonde and the CIA plot to get al-Awlaki - CNN.com

The story would not be out of place on the TV thriller "Homeland": the Danish petty criminal turned double agent who receives $250,000 in cash for helping the CIA try to ensnare one of al Qaeda's most wanted -- by finding him a wife.
The wanted man was American-born al Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, who had become one of the most effective propagandists for the group. The bride-to-be was a pretty blonde from Croatia.

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Pentagon decides to officially support Al-Qaeda in Syria. Sets up "exclusion zones" to shoot down Syrian and Russian jets

Here's a relatively brief article above on a charming alliance in Syria between the US gov't. and al-Qaeda. There's a certain warped logic to it; i.e., "Okay, you've issued enough anti-U.S. rhetoric to the media--in return for our training, arming and financially supporting so many of your operations--so that we could pin some BS blame on you for our 9/11 scam and launch multiple wars to further enrich our armaments corporations establishment.....and NOW we'll take it another step by militarily supporting your psychotic wahabbist actions in Syria...even though, previously, we've claimed that you were an enemy to world peace and a threat to all of humanity."

Tbh, I'd be stunned if the American gov't. was actually bold enough to do more than blather hot air and really go to war with Russia. Still, it's appalling that such a low percentage of people can see the absurdity in the Americans now bonding with the same organization that supposedly destroyed the Twin Towers. It looks like al-Qaeda itself is now joining the Saudis on the "protected list"; that is, groups and regimes that get a free pass on brutal human rights violations--even mainstream media-orchestrated shielding from blame--while the gringos self-righteously point fingers at far more moderate leaders who don't capitulate to U.S. foreign policy whims. To be fair, though, the UN's European blowhards are equally cowardly and hypocritical in claiming to be defenders of freedom......while they willfully turn a blind eye to sex slavery victims in Yemen

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Pentagon decides to officially support Al-Qaeda in Syria. Sets up "exclusion zones" to shoot down Syrian and Russian jets

Here's a relatively brief article above on a charming alliance in Syria between the US gov't. and al-Qaeda. There's a certain warped logic to it; i.e., "Okay, you've issued enough anti-U.S. rhetoric to the media--in return for our training, arming and financially supporting so many of your operations--so that we could pin some BS blame on you for our 9/11 scam and launch multiple wars to further enrich our armaments corporations establishment.....and NOW we'll take it another step by militarily supporting your psychotic wahabbist actions in Syria...even though, previously, we've claimed that you were an enemy to world peace and a threat to all of humanity."

Tbh, I'd be stunned if the American gov't. was actually bold enough to do more than blather hot air and really go to war with Russia. Still, it's appalling that such a low percentage of people can see the absurdity in the Americans now bonding with the same organization that supposedly destroyed the Twin Towers. It looks like al-Qaeda itself is now joining the Saudis on the "protected list"; that is, groups and regimes that get a free pass on brutal human rights violations--even mainstream media-orchestrated shielding from blame--while the gringos self-righteously point fingers at far more moderate leaders who don't capitulate to U.S. foreign policy whims. To be fair, though, the UN's European blowhards are equally cowardly and hypocritical in claiming to be defenders of freedom......while they willfully turn a blind eye to sex slavery victims in Yemen
You do realize that the site you linked to, TheDuran, is a Russian p r o x y site, right?

They are well known as Putin shills. Here is a list of the various ones, in case you want to know...

https://toinformistoinfluence.com/20...**-news-sites/

You can't trust anything they say, it is all just propaganda.

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You do realize that the site you linked to, TheDuran, is a Russian p r o x y site, right?

They are well known as Putin shills.
Thank you very much for this information; I'll use more impartial sources in the future. There's nothing phony about the main thread focus, though, as the al-Qaeda/Saudi operation in Yemen can be verified by a number of reliable sources

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Though it disappointed me that my source from last week was not impartial, I was glad that the other poster pointed out that fact because, obviously, we should try to maintain the credibility of our messages whenever we have anything important like this to share. Here in Mexico, we have enough difficulty sorting through our OWN government's media-aided propaganda, so I might not always be aware of foreign media.There shouldn't be any such problem with this week's submission.

Wanton murder ? Saudi Arabia?s genocidal campaign in Yemen reaches new height - American Herald Tribune

Supposed peace-seekers like the British MPs,Obama and the UN puppet reps are utter frauds so long as they refuse to even comment on the war crimes mentioned above, and we can only roll our eyes at the phony outrage from the mainstream media as they pretend to weep over Aleppo in Syria while managing to, pretty much, completely ignore Yemen

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Supposed peace-seekers like the British MPs,Obama and the UN puppet reps are utter frauds so long as they refuse to even comment on the war crimes mentioned above, and we can only roll our eyes at the phony outrage from the mainstream media as they pretend to weep over Aleppo in Syria while managing to, pretty much, completely ignore Yemen
There has been some media coverage of the atrocities. But you have this thread based around the slave trade. If you want to open it up to the war in Yemen overall maybe change the title.


Yemen conflict: US 'could be implicated in war crimes' - BBC News

https://www.theguardian.com/commenti...-bombing-obama

Exclusive: As Saudis bombed Yemen, U.S. worried about legal blowback | Reuters

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There has been some media coverage of the atrocities. But you have this thread based around the slave trade. If you want to open it up to the war in Yemen overall maybe change the title.
You make a very valid point here, but let's not forget that even the pieces that you've cited manage to ignore the sex-slave trade aspect of the incursion--as if it were some minor issue that wasn't worth mentioning--so that tends to re-inforce the assertion in the thread title.

Another trick by the mainstream media is to put forth a facade of journalistic credibility by reporting just barely enough on an incident to make many believe that the media is sincerely investigating. For example, thanks to the internet and alternative media, it would look really bad if the mainstream media didn't mention a war of aggression AT ALL. However, they don't bother explaining why the elected Syrian regime is supposedly pure evil and requires constant criticism while the despotic, terrorism-backing Saudi royal family only gets sporadic attention. It's a clever use of Power of Suggestion on the masses:' See, we're reporting on the issue, and when we DON'T report anything, that means that nothing important is happening'. The sex slave trade is so despicable that regular citizens might start questioning why their gov't. even aligns itself with Saudi Arabia IF the media released regular updates on that.

In addition, most mainstream reports against friends of the government, like Saudi Arabia, simply restate what people have already learnt from other sources, so they're not truly exposing ANYthing, since the most determined news-seekers wouldn't rely on the mainstream media, anyway. The majority of mainstream news absorbers just swiftly skim through anything longer than a Facebook post and then forget about it

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YThe sex slave trade is so despicable that regular citizens might start questioning why their gov't. even aligns itself with Saudi Arabia IF the media released regular updates on that.
Perhaps. I don't see how blowing civilians to pieces is any less despicable but maybe the slave trade angle would provoke a more intense.

But the US government has cited this issue before. I don't think things are as simple as we often like to think.

https://www.state.gov/j/tip/rls/tiprpt/2008/105389.htm
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Perhaps. I don't see how blowing civilians to pieces is any less despicable but maybe the slave trade angle would provoke a more intense.

But the US government has cited this issue before. I don't think things are as simple as we often like to think.

https://www.state.gov/j/tip/rls/tiprpt/2008/105389.htm
Thanks for sharing this, but the language in that report you linked from the US State Department strongly implies that the Saudi gov't has merely lacked adequate vigilance and controls...as if the black market had cleverly evaded their punishment. There's no accusation, from what AYE read, that the gov't. is directly complicit in the sex slave trade, and all of the current evidence points to that.

As to your first point, it SHOULD be true with people who have a conscience, but Herman Goering called it right while imprisoned at Nurenberg. He basically said that the Americans could rationalize dropping an A-bomb to incinerate a bunch of slanty-eyed Asian children while doing the same to white-skinned German kids would've caused lots of unrest. Yemenis are "them" to many Americans, Muslim "bad guys", so their deaths resonate a LOT less than would be the case with Europeans or light-skinned North Americans. Also, the sporadic reports reflect the 'out of sight, out of mind' mentality

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IIRC, some American soldiers were reprimanded because they didn't like the practice of some of our Afghan "allies" busting boy punnany. After all the Baci baci practice of grown men running up in boy bussy is a cultural thing. And aren't all cultures equally valid?

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IIRC, some American soldiers were reprimanded because they didn't like the practice of some of our Afghan "allies" busting boy punnany. After all the Baci baci practice of grown men running up in boy bussy is a cultural thing. And aren't all cultures equally valid?
This worthy post arrived in my inbox earlier but I was too busy with work to come here and reply. As an American, you're aware of how certain Southerners use tradition as an excuse to fly a flag that is emblematic of cruel slavery. Here in Mexico, we have our own stupid tradition by which someone can do horseshit-caliber labor--with barely any effort exerted--and yet the person who criticizes that laziness is like a nasty villain because he hurt someone's feelings. Tradition can get thrown into the septic tank when it violates international law, as with the example you cited above. Even a jungle savage is born with enough of a human conscience to figure out that sodomizing children is morally repulsive.

With some of the world's worst evil, it's often a case of Mental Surrender; that is, the person's conscience bothers him/her at first, so his/her solution is to dive right into the pool of blood with the rest of the mob and immerse themselves in evil. This has a desensitizing effect that facilitates vileness without feelings of guilt, and it's common in the Wahabbism that has spread from Saudi Arabia into Afghanistan and other Muslim countries, not to mention nations with high Islamic immigration. The Saudis, and Wahabbists in general, believe that their warped version of Islam is destined to conquer the world and that they are entitled to do whatever pleases them in dealing with so-called infidels or whoever stands in their path. That means raping virgin women, young girls and even homosexual pedophilia with little boys. Of course, they're content to rape non-virgin women as well, since they're allegedly dirty infidels who deserve it.

In closing, even though your soldiers are trained to kill, they were still disturbed by the evil they witnessed. That's not the case with the big shots who engineered the whole Afghan operation, though. Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and John Sununu are all sickening pedophiles who go unpunished due to their connections with Illuminati elite and, without a doubt, many of their top lieutenants are still in the Defense Dept. establishment. Although George W. Bush has never been accused of pedophilia, his dad has been implicated in a host of horrific crimes, including child sexual abuse, and Daddy George's three aforementioned flunkies naturally assumed a huge role in his son's regime. Since they, themselves, are sexual abusers of children, it's EASY for them to be indifferent to the child rape in Afghanistan you mentioned or the sex slave trade that the Saudis have run for years. As narrated in a previous post, they've reached a point where their al-Qaeda buddies openly brag about it in broad daylight...with no fear whatsoever of criiminal prosecution. That's why I say that we should at least do our part by informing others for the Yemeni victims' sake. Ideally, it could create enough of a scandal that the traders would have to back off for a while...though preferably forever, obviously

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My recollections aren't crystal clear because I was fairly young at the time and it occurred a few decades ago when I lived in the US, but there was a scandal involving Barney Frank(can't recall if he was a senator or only in their House of Rep. at that point) because his townhouse was at least semi-frequently being used as a whorehouse for adult men to consort with teenaged boys. Barney, of course, claimed that he had no idea that his buddies were doing that and he pledged to rectify the problem right away(probably by finding ANOTHER pedophile whorehouse and maintaining better secrecy). The fact that it made the mainstream media reports AT ALL in that pre-internet age just show you how totally out-of-control that mess was. There were too many boys coming forth and complaining that it couldn't be hushed up anymore, and it would've been too attention-grabbing if 5 or 6 of them suddenly died under strange circumstances.

Barney only received mild criticism from the mainstream media for lack of vigilance and, of course, he got absolutely no legal punishment whatsoever. What stands out, though, is that Barney was at least forced to admit responsibility and take action.....SORT of....and that's not the case at all with the Saudi Arabian government:

https://www.jihadwatch.org/2016/09/i...y-saudi-arabia

While I can't offer a rock-solid guarantee for this source of information above, there's an abundance of data from other reliable sources to support the claims, and it's not like we can find any detailed reports or condemnation for this from the BBC or CNN. As punishment for helping to organize a sex slave trade and--undoubtedly--raping its victims, the Saudis receive.......billions of dollars in military aid from the UK and US regimes, not to mention what appears to be a blanket exemption from human rights violations from the self-styled world leaders at the UN

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