BANDAR WILL DIE BEFORE CHRISTMAS

BANDAR WILL DIE BEFORE CHRISTMAS, 2013

He smells bananas!  Bandar bin Sultan, seen here schmoozing at the camera.  He has no idea what fate has in store for him.    

I just had a nice conversation with someone I trust who just came back from Lebanon.  I can’t hide it from my readers: he is a close friend and political ally.  Let’s call him Jameel.  He hates the Wahhabists as much as I do and he shares my goals of a secular Arab nation free of the enslaved, compromised, comprador regimes who now afflict our societies in almost every capital.  He is also well-placed with friends in Lebanon whom many of you would place on a list of “very important people”.  He says that Bandar will be dead before the year is out.  That includes his brother, Salman bin Sultan.
There are several reasons for this.  The first is that the Saudi “royal family”, a collection of simian specimens straight out of the Book of the Dead, are in the “qualifying stage” for the battle of the century to secure the throne after the aging, zombie-like King ‘Abdullah gives up the ghost.  The competition is tight with more than 10 “princes” vying for the post and all aiming their venom at Bandar who thinks he’s the most qualified to be king.  A King Bandar bin Sultan would be the CIA’s greatest achievement in its annals of skulduggery since Oleg Penkovsky.  To think that the U.S. would have a professional spook sitting atop a throne floating on oil with a rump on the Persian Gulf is a dream that would normally remain that way  – a dream unfulfilled.  
Or so we think.  Bandar has made some serious mistakes.  One was helping to push a wedge between the Saudi throne and the American White House over the botched Syria Affair and the unexpected American dalliance with Teheran.  This has left the Americans with a bitter aftertaste and a sense they can’t count on one of the world’s most important exporters of oil despite the decades of close security cooperation between the two.  Remember King Faisal’s oil embargo after the 1973 October War?  Remember what happened to King Faisal? Look it up.  Find out how the CIA exacted revenge and issued a warning by sending a Manchurian Candidate into the halls of power in Riyadh, the king’s nephew, Prince Faisal bin Musaa’ed,  who shot him twice in the head.  The assassin was programmed by CIA operatives in Colorado and was known to harbor a grudge against the king.  That, however, was hardly a reason to assassinate Faysal the Monarch.  It was the imprint of the CIA that motivated the killer.
King Faisal got whacked because he turned on the U.S. and turned off the oil spigot.  The CIA sent his family a fish wrapped in paper.  
The second mistake Bandar made was his public affair with the Israelis.  Oh, don’t fret too much over the fact that the Saudi-Zionist bond has been there for more than 30 years.  I’m not talking about that issue.  It’s no secret, not even to the Saudi population.  I’m referring to the young princes’ need to find a justification to lop Bandar’s head off.  What would be more palatable to the Saudi populace than an accusatory finger pointed at the chest of the traitorous ape, Bandar bin Sultaan? His open relations with Mileikowski (a/k/a Netanyahu)...a scandal! Humiliation for Arabia and its defenders of the two Holy Shrines?  Right?

    
Courtesy Iran TV
        
The third reason he’s going to be whacked is his love affair with terrorism.  Bandar is spending a lot of the kingdom’s ill-gotten gains on financing a bloody farce in Syria.  If it’s true there are over 100,000 rats in Syria battling to overthrow the government of Dr. Bashar Al-Assad, figure out the cost in wages alone.  Multiply 100,000 by $1,000 every month in a war that’s been going on for almost 3 years.  Now add in the cost of weapons and ammunition whose capture by the Syrian Army as reported on our blog is only the tip of the iceberg.  Saudi Arabia may be rich, but how rich can you be when you are frittering away the gold in your coffers on a project that is producing nothing but failure.

Which brings us to the 4th reason Bandar is going on a long trip into the abyss.  He was given only 6 months to take care of the Syrian affair or else.  He is desperate.  According to Jameel, the word is out that Bandar is planning a breakout if he approaches the deadline in December and Dr. Assad is still the sitting president,  which is what everyone expects.  Unfortunately for Bandar, as he knows, Jameel reports that there is a special detail of bodyguards in his security force whose only mission is to prevent a director of General Intelligence from seeking refuge in a foreign country.  Jameel says theirs is an easy task:  kill him immediately if he makes a move.  Thus, Bandar’s savage acceleration of aid to the ISIS and J.N. over the last 3 weeks and his initiative in Jordan to speed up the training of another 5,000 rats – with a surprise that awaits Mr. Bandar, but one he may not live to see.  The hourglass is rapidly moving the sand particles just as the sands of Arabia are rapidly preparing to swallow another miserable wretch in its voracious, vast and vaulted velum of a charnel house. 

Jameel says that what I’ve know for some time:  Syria’s own security services have a list of “must-do” tasks.  It requires no great intellect to figure out who might be on it:  ‘Uqaab Saqr, ‘Abdul-Hakeem Belhadj, Khaaled Dhaaher,  Shaykh Al-‘Aseeri and, the lowly, Bandar Bin Sultaan – not necessarily in that order.

We, at SyrPer, don’t believe the Syrians will get this weasel.  We think weasels will get him.  Like in any Shakespearian historical drama, the ones most proximate to the protagonist will be most likely to get their beards soaked in his blood.  And so it is with the Ottoman sultans.  Sun Tzu is reported to have said: “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer”.  With Bandar, we’re afraid his enemies may be too close for comfort.  ZAF

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I can only hope the sell the pay per view. I wonder if they’ll lop his head off in a parking lot, or publicly crucify him. Perhaps both. I’d like to see him lashed to a telephone pole and beaten to death by some ethiopian migrants, and the guys recently arrested for giving away free hugs, as well as the guy recently arrested for dancing in his birthday suit on a truck. As has been stated by many parties smarter than me as well as myself, with all the money literally poured into a bonfire by the gulf state throwbacks,… Read more »
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Also friends, check out this load of hogwash. Make sure and use the washroom before you read it. http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_world_/2013/11/26/what_does_the_iran_deal_mean_for_syria.html “American material involvement in the conflict has been relatively minimal, and support for the rebels probably isn’t breaking the bank for Saudi Arabia or Qatar either. Iran, on the other hand, according to some estimates, is spending as much as $600 to $700 million per month to keep Assad afloat during a time of economic distress while simultaneously driving its reputation in the Arab world into the ground. Syria might not exactly be “Iran’s Vietnam,” but it’s certainly more costly for… Read more »
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I don’t think the Zionists are anxious for a war with Iran, even if the Saudi apes cooperate. The net effect on the world economy would be devastating, and, guess who would get the blame? This would not be a scapegoat situation. It would be the real thing. The Palestinians might want to be patient to get the benefits of the outcome. Ziad

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Well spoken, dear Ziad.
This creature of Bandar-Orang-bin-Sultan would happily be appointed to a meeting at Hades’ wintergarden-bonfire where 72 heavy-bleeding circumsiced virgins eagerly await him. Meanwhile his lobotomized handymen (sic) practice their chop-off business as InformalSickosInSituations or JahAbidingNotworthies under auspiecies of the FundamentalSectarianAssociation:

http://syrieninfo.blogspot.de/2013/11/terroristen-haben-eine-150-jahre-alte.html

No respect for life or history, nor heritage or age, just mediaval conviction and hot air!

Bestest from here to there

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Ziad Fadel
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I still cannot believe anybody would use Islam as a reason to cut down an old tree. We are in the dimension of pure trivia now. Danke, Mein Kollege, Ziad

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Enjoy your roast Turkey bin Sultan this Thanksgiving, Ziad.

Ziad Fadel
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With all the stuffing. Same to you, Ziad

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SAA getting tired of taking orders from Persians who can’t even speak Arabic and are foreigners in their own land.

Ziad Fadel
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They look just like us and they are dying for Syria. In any case, these were not SAA but militia and the Iranian fighter was a volunteer. ZAF

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There are two evils in this world, zionists and wahabis, well the zionists are coping a pounding at the U.N general assembly http://sana.sy/eng/22/2013/11/26/514602.htm

And the saudi’s will be killing each other to be the next king when their ape boss dies.

Chevi.

Ziad Fadel
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Let’s hope your prayers come true. Ziad

Maria
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Terrorists in Ghouta steal Lion from Zoo and butcher it to eat. 🙁

https://www.facebook.com/SYRTN/posts/675331059164147

Ziad Fadel
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Of course it’s not halal, but, this shows you how desperate the enemy is. Leith, my son, sent the tape to me and I saw it yesterday. It’s pathetic. They are pathetic. Ziad

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I would bet that Bandar has long been dead, as it was revealed. I don’t believe in his resurrection anymore. I was confused when Putin supposedly met him and released a picture of their meeting. Now I think the picture was faked. Putin is playing games with Obama and Israel against the world. They are continuing waging the terrorist war against Syria, but they need to keep it quiet and calm down both Syria and Iran. That’s why they need to play this act of a phony rift between USA and the Saudi ape regime (and Israel goats). They want… Read more »
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My dear Nopes, Voltairenet first reported Bandar’s death in July 2012 after the attempted decapitation of our general command. It turned out he was not dead. But, he will be dead, soon. People who play his kind of game are always on the edge of the abyss. Ziad

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Bro, that was an excellent video, it clearly shows how they are lied to and what they are doing to the families of innocent Syrians.

Chevi

Ziad Fadel
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I saw the tape before. He should have been killed. Yet, when I think over it I realize that it was a great public relations move by the SAA. Ziad

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There will be very serious crisis for the the demented house of Saud shortly.
Remember this for the next time I give you info.

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I certainly hope so. Ziad

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Atzmon on Press TV: World tired of Israel war policy on Iran

And not just their constant harping about Iran:

British MPs urge Israel to come clean on nukes

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/11/27/336869/uk-mps-ask-israel-to-come-clean-on-nukes/

That negative “karma” is building up…

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Ziad Fadel
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Isn’t it interesting? Then people say the Zionists control the U.K. I am getting confused. But I hope you’re right. Ziad

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Al-Jaffari: Israeli occupation seeks conditions of explosion in the region “New York, (SANA) – Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN Bashar al-Jaafari said that the Israeli occupation entity seeks to find conditions of explosion in the region because, as its leaders admit, it can’t continue without a war, so it sponsors terrorism in the region. In a speech during the meeting of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (UNISPAL) at the UN on Tuesday, al-Jaafari said that in light of the policy of fait accompli which Israel tires to impose, it’s unacceptable that… Read more »
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Well, he’s dreaming although I am aware that Mileikowski (a/k/a Netanyahu) has asked Mahmoud Abbas to address the so-called Knesset. Ziad

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UN General Assembly adopts resolution calling on Israel to withdraw from Syrian Golan “New York, (SANA)-The UN General Assembly Tuesday, once again, adopted a resolution demanding the Israeli occupation to withdraw from the whole occupied Syrian Golan to the line of June 4th, 1967 according to the UN security council relevant resolutions, stressing that the Israeli continued occupation of the Syrian Golan and annexing it is an obstacle in front of the achievement of a just, comprehensive peace in the region. In a resolution titled “the Syrian Golan” which was proposed under the item “the state in the Middle East”,… Read more »
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They will have to be forced to withdraw. They’re already digging up the area for mineral exploration. These Zionists are just like crusaders. They need a Rukneddeen Baybars to solve their problem. Ziad

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Israeli woman fined $140 per day for refusing to circumcise her son http://rt.com/news/israeli-woman-fined-circumcise-346/ “An Israeli woman has been sentenced to paying $140 per day for refusing to circumcise her one year old son until the boy undergoes the procedure as required by Jewish law. “The baby was born with a medical problem, so we couldn’t circumcise him on the eighth day as is customary,” Haaretz has quoted the boy’s mother Elinor as saying. The boy is now over one year old. “As time went on, I started reading about what actually happens in circumcision, and I realized that I couldn’t… Read more »
Ziad Fadel
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It is amazing that an otherwise rational people would adhere to moronic, retrogressive traditions. Like God cares about your genitals. Ziad

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Hello Mr. Ziad,

Greetings to you. Excellent news from Jameel. After getting my website up, I try to link Syrian Perspective to my url which is getsamsbook.com. All the links work except for your site.

I call my technical people. The guy is ex-crypto-US Navy. He says, “I am really INTRIGUED with what could be on that site that is causing it to be blocked?” So Mr. Ziad could you try to do something on your end so we can link up in cyberspace?”

take care
sam

Ziad Fadel
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I’ll consult with my son and a good friend who is a computer whiz. Thanks, Ziad

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As we say in islam, inshallah, these baboons will pay dearly for what they have done, maybe some infiltrators when the Haj (mecca) is on they will kill these vile rats.

Chevi.

P.S,Ziad, thanks for the other reply regarding my relative, he has been in a few wars in a country i cannot name, i have already 2 that have died due to this war, i pray the rest will be o.k. I will ask my father if he knows of your clan, you know arabs, they all know each other.

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He will find us in Mount Lebanon, Syria. Ziad

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He truly is in a desperate frenzy…as indicated by the recent terrorist operation in beirut

Rgds

Martin

Ziad Fadel
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Indeed, and that’s a very good point. It’s as though he’s trying to find a red herring to turn attention away from his failures in Syria. Ziad

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But was the oil shock all that shocking to the usual suspects? AlienScientist ( http://www.alienscientist.com/bigoil.html ) puts the case, drawing on work by William Engdahl and David Spiro, that “during the 1970s a two-pronged strategy was pursued by the U.S./U.K. banking elites to exploit the unique role of oil in an effort to maintain dollar hegemony. One component was the requirement that OPEC agree to price and conduct all of its oil transactions in the dollar only, and two was to use these surplus petrodollars as the instrument to dramatically reverse the dollar’s falling liquidity value via high oil prices.… Read more »
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Wow. That is fascinating and difficult to absorb unless one is an economist or a petrodollar junkie. I will read it again. Ziad

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Frankly you are giving too much credit to Bandar. Nobody cares about him. IF he dies or sth he will be replaced by another clone like Bandar it wont change anything on the ground. They will still pour money into various groups

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I am giving him the credit he deserves: he is charged with overthrowing the president of Syria to weaken the Iranians and Hizbollah. He has millions at his disposal. The only other reason I would be overstating his importance is his consistent failures. In any case, once he’s dead, all Saudi policy will change. Ziad

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Bambi is a Zionist puppet. May he rot in hell.

Ziad Fadel
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Amen. Ziad

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HELL AWAITS THIS THING!They can’t wait specialized hot sauce.

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Ziad, you have probably heard this before, but it is new to me so I thought I would repeat it. I was talking to an Indian friend about the situation in Syria and mention ‘Prince’ Bandar. The person I was talking to started laughing, and said ‘Do you know what bandar means in Indian languages? Ask any Asian guy – it means monkey.’

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