Worried Yet? Saudis Prepare for “Sudden Nuclear Hazards” After Cheney Visit

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by Chris Floyd
Empire Burlesque
Sunday, 23 March 2008

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Last Friday, Dick Cheney was in Saudi Arabia for high-level meetings with the Saudi king and his ministers. On Saturday, it was revealed that the Saudi Shura Council — the elite group that implements the decisions of the autocratic inner circle — is preparing “national plans to deal with any sudden nuclear and radioactive hazards that may affect the kingdom following experts’ warnings of possible attacks on Iran’s Bushehr nuclear reactors,” one of the kingdom’s leading newspapers, Okaz, reports. The German-based dpa news service relayed the paper’s story.

Simple prudence — or ominous timing? We noted here last week that an American attack on Iran was far more likely — and more imminent — than most people suspect. We pointed to the mountain of evidence for this case gathered by scholar William R. Polk, one of the top aides to John Kennedy during the Cuban Missile Crisis, and to other indicators of impending war. The story by Okaz — which would not have appeared in the tightly controlled dictatorship without approval from the top — is yet another, very weighty piece of evidence laid in the scales toward a new, horrendous conflict.


via http://empireburlesquenow.blogspot.com/2008/03/worried-yet-saudis-prepare-for-sudden.html


2 thoughts on “Worried Yet? Saudis Prepare for “Sudden Nuclear Hazards” After Cheney Visit

  1. Pingback: A Third American War Crime in the Making By Paul Craig Roberts « Dandelion Salad

  2. Sure it was behind closed doors they were all discussing how and when they are going to attack Iran and who is going to collect what percentage of the profits from the attack and or war.

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