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Monday, July 15, 2024

Saudi king urged U.S. to attack Iran: WikiLeaks


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Saudi King Abdullah has repeatedly urged the United States to attack Iran’s nuclear program and China directed cyberattacks on the United States, according to a vast cache of diplomatic cables released on Sunday in an embarrassing leak that undermines U.S. diplomacy.

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  1. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said.

    “By releasing stolen and classified documents, WikiLeaks has put at risk not only the cause of human rights but also the lives and work of these individuals,” he said.


    Yep, Gibbs, it surely is hell when the bright light of “discovery” is shined down the rathole in which you, ‘dear leader’, the SOS and a host of others reside, that exploit the fine people of this nation 24/7/365; spending our tax debt dollars while sucking up to foreign nationals all for a “few dollars more” while scheming our demise as a nation.

    As far as King Abdullah is concerned we are his “American slaves”…not joking either. Arabic types like he and others in leadership positions are ‘sick puppies’ for sure. Maybe he and his brethren should attack Iran and get their butts kicked to the curb so to speak. The Saudi’s are a gutless lot. I know so from Gulf War I

    Carl Nemo **==

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