SAUDI RODENTS SEEK REFUGE IN SAUDI EMBASSY IN LEBANON

 

Entrance to Saudi embassy in Beirut.

(Photo: Alalam) Lebanese guards are inundated with the Saudi rat cowards begging for protection from the Syrian Army’s ferocious assault on their packs of plague-carrying rodents.

With reports of a massive influx of Saudi “students” into the United States (111,000), the Lebanese got their share of the rancid pie by having to entertain a mere 41 Wahhabist MERS-carrying, Syphilis-infected, Saudi lepers who sought “refuge” from the war their own simian superiors started in Syria.  Most were embedded among Syrian refugees in ‘Arsaal and had been stalwart defenders of backwardness, buggery and the inalienable right to carry Socially Transmitted Diseases.  Only a government, like that of Michel Sulayman’s, would comply with the Saudi request for “facilitating their entry” into the Saudi Ape Embassy in Beirut.  These were criminals who should have been turned over to the SAA or SyrPer for “adjustment”.

The large number of Saudi wastrels now going to school in the U.S. (up from only 17,000 in 2007) is proof positive of how desperate Obama’s regime is in trying to stuff a cork in the bottleneck of the glass vessel, so filled with debt,  it’s a wonder Americans have a stomach for paying baseball game tickets anymore.

Anyone who has observed Arabian students knows exactly why the peninsula in which they were bred is a repository for eidetic forms of laziness unmatched in the clinical history of sloths, slugs or snails.  Their predilection toward plagiarism, tomfoolery, insipid badinage, surplusage, fakery and four-flushing fatuousness would fill a Deviant Psychology textbook.

I hope the U.S. enjoys the extra cash these scarabs bring in and the dumbing-down they inevitably they herald in the hallowed halls of Academe.

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Paul S.
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I’ll admit to using the dictionary a dew times with this one. Happy Easter.

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From CounterCurrents.org http://www.countercurrents.org/nasser190414.htm “Sixty percent of Saudis are 20 or younger, most of whom have no hope of a job,” House wrote in her 2012 book. “Seventy percent of Saudis cannot afford to own a home. Forty percent live below the poverty line. The royals, 25,000 princes and princesses, own most of the valuable land and benefit from a system that gives each a stipend and some a fortune. Foreign workers make the Kingdom work; the 19 million Saudi citizens share the Kingdom with 8.5 million guest workers.” I eagerly await the day on which these princes and princesses are… Read more »

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Great article. Hilarious too. Recall the saudi princes require oil to be priced at 100 per barrel in order to provide not only the lubrication to grease the wheels of their own decadence but to provide some form of safety net to stave off a revolution of disaffected regular citizenry.

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The news that keeps coming in is very encouraging. The Saudis taking refuge in their own embassy with the help of a Lebanese government paid off generously by Saudi Arabia to build its military is disappointing but expected and actually Syria will benefit more greatly from a strong Lebanese state and army than a weak one. I have nothing against the Lebanese, and am sympathetic to the history of all the so-called minorities, including the maronites and other Christians across the region. I do not hide however that Lebanon will be reconfigured as a matter of Greater Syrian national security… Read more »

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Their action do tell us one thing, rats are losing this conflict, and they are abandoning the boat, as rats do always. One day they will pay dor their crimes in Syria.

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you left out “drifting”

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saudi arabia is outpost of zionisam and usa close down there so called embassies.

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Rats fleeing a sinking ship comes to mind..