Defending Saudi Arabia… Hardly Our Moral Responsibility!

President Trump’s decision to deploy more US troops (and more failed Patriot Missile batteries) signals the US Administration’s continuing determination to back Saudi Arabia in its aggressive war against Yemen. But what does it mean that the mighty US air superiority has been defeated by a few cheap drones and missiles? The illusion of dominance. Should we be engaging further in the Middle East…or is it time to come home? Tune in to today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

3 thoughts on “Defending Saudi Arabia… Hardly Our Moral Responsibility!”

  1. Actually now is the time for the CIA to find someone better than MBS and slide that MF out of power and into the woodchipper.

    1. I’m not big on the whole “gun buyback” thing, but I could go for it in the case of Saudi Arabia:

      “There are two ways this can go. You can pack up all the weapons we’ve sold you, send them back, and we’ll refund your money. Or you can keep them and we’ll destroy them where they sit. Take your time, think about it. You have 72 hours.”

  2. “And this is why fingering Iran for these attacks has become so necessary, not just because Iran is the current boogeyman of choice so desperately reviled by the psychopathic Saudi Kingdom and their cantankerous orange marionette in the Oval Office, but because of the message the real masterminds behind this splendid propaganda of the deed send. That message, written to every powerful army on the globe in fire across the desert sky, is you are not safe and we can destroy you.”

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