US policy institutions debate post al-Saud Middle East
As pointed out by a prominent Sunni scholar Alparslan Kuytul that “taking into consideration the importance of Mecca and Medina for Muslims, it is impossible that the US would not have a plan for it.” As the uprisings in the Middle East show no sign of abating, policy institutions in the US are slowly getting ready for a post al-Saud Middle East.Even though the regime of al-Saud is continuing to spend billions in order to stall the inevitable uprising, its slightly more sophisticated masters in Washington are realizing that they cannot put all their eggs in one basket.In January, the (ZIO)American think-tank the Brookings Institution, that is closely associated with the ruling elite in the US, launched a public debate within the American ruling caste about what to do once the House of Saud is overthrown. The discussion by one of the oldest US think-tanks that has produced many policy makers for the US government about the potential collapse of al-Saud is a clear sign that things are not going well for the Saudis.Brookings’ publication states: "America has no serious options for effecting gradual reform in the kingdom. The Saudis fear, probably rightly, that real power sharing is impossible in an absolutist state. But we should plan very quietly for the worst. The intelligence community should be directed to make internal developments, not just counterterrorism, its top priority in the kingdom now. We cannot afford a surprise like Iran in 1978, and we need to know the players in the opposition, especially the Wahhabi clerics, in depth. This will be a formidable challenge, but it is essential to preparing for a very dark swan."As pointed out by a prominent Sunni scholar Alparslan Kuytul that “taking into consideration the importance of Mecca and Medina for Muslims, it is impossible that the US would not have a plan for it.” One of the probable back up plans of Washington in regards to the Saudi family would be a controlled demolition process. The fact that the Saudis are despised internally and regionally points to the direction that the US will likely attempt to dismantle the Saudi regime in a controlled manner once the uprising reaches that part of the Arabian Peninsula. Considering that the primary regional rivals of the Saudis, Qatar and Turkey, view themselves as potential regional substitutes for the US, it cannot be excluded that Ankara and Doha will be utilized by Washington as potential control mechanisms for the dismantling of the Saudi monarchy.
[ed notes:their rationale as been often repeated at brookings/saban center via shadi ahmed(NED GRANTEE PUPPET)...when the unsustainability of a longtime client becomes apparant,topple it ,replace it with new puppets and claim to stand on side of democracy,who accrding to him will further us interests and gain it points in eyes of islamic world(as if muslims are blind).Meanwhile other older and even more influential(at least with Pentagon)entrenched think tanks in U.S. call for backing the old puppet regime of al saud...these include RAND,JINSA etc.. see... RAND (PRO WAR THINK TANK) :WE NEED TO KEEP COOPERATION WITH ''OUR'' AUTOCRATIC PUPPET CLIENT REGIMES! http://thenakedfacts.blogspot.com/2013/01/rand-pro-war-think-tank-we-need-to-keep.html ZIONIST JINSA AND THE ZIONIST SAUDI PUPPET MONARCHY.. http://www.shoah.org.uk/2013/01/01/zionist-jinsa-and-the-zionist-saudi-puppet-monarchy/
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