WEB Notes: This is an extremely under reported story. Look at that photo. Trump along with 55 leaders from other Muslim nations. I thought he did not like Muslims? I thought he was against Globalism? Wait, I forgot, Trump’s recent remark: “I’m a nationalist and a globalist” Basically, whatever will get the job done. He will say whatever it takes, just like everyone else before him. How about this so called “mid-east tour“?
This is not a “mid-east tour“, this is a rally against Iran tour. A third of the entire resolution that was signed by Trump and the leaders of 55 Muslim states was against Iran. Trump’s visit to Israel is also about “stopping” Iran.
Here is more on the Saudi Security Pact that was signed,
“The leaders confirmed their absolute rejection of the practices of the Iranian regime designed to destabilize the security and stability of the region and the world at large and for its continuing support for terrorism and extremism,” said the final communique, which also accused the Islamic Republic of running a “dangerous ballistic missiles program” and “continuing interference in the domestic affairs of other countries.”
They are blaming the “instability” of the region on Iran. Whose troops are where would be my question? We know Global Powers are closing in on Syria and Iran, this has been going on for years and continues to escalate. Mark this moment, it is another big step in unifying the world and bringing it against Iran.
The US and Middle Eastern countries have backed a new pact that promises to provide extra troops for defeating Islamic State, singles out Iran for destabilizing the region, and says that Riyadh is to become the heart of the region’s counter-terrorism operations.
Described as the Riyadh Declaration, the document was signed following US President Donald Trump’s visit to the Saudi capital for a summit that brought in Islamic representatives from 55 countries, and vowed “to combat terrorism in all its forms, address its intellectual roots, dry up its sources of funding and to take all necessary measures to prevent and combat terrorist crimes in close cooperation among their states.”
“The leaders welcomed the establishment of a global center for countering extremist thought to take base in Riyadh, and praised the center’s strategic objectives of combating intellectual, media and digital extremism and promoting coexistence and tolerance among peoples,” said the text of the document, published by the Saudi Press Agency.
The exact membership of what the communique called the Middle East Strategic Alliance will be decided next year, but putative members have committed to assembling “a reserve force of 34,000 troops to support operations against terrorist organizations in Iraq and Syria when needed.”