If Saudi Arabia wasn’t so oil rich, they could make the big bucks marketing and selling schemes.
Imagine the Saudis convincing another country to buy into a deal that most assuredly would bring about the destruction of its civilization while making the Arabic country appear benevolent.
Germany is hapless rube in this scenario, as they are being offered 200 Mosques from Saudi Arabia for resettling hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees. Saudi has made this “gracious” offer, Germany has offered to accept some 800,000 additional refugees.
Mosques are considered Islam’s battalions, and are built in other lands where they have invaded and conquered. One doesn’t need to be a genius to look at the thousands of Syrian “refugees” and see the similarities to that of an invading army. They insult and impose terror on the inhabitants of the host-country while displaying clear intentions of destroying whom or whatever gets in the way of establishing a dominating political ideology.
Angela Merkel must be obtuse to consider this Saudi version of the Trojan horse. It would be more ironic, given her quote back in January regarding German citizens expressing concern over the increase in Muslim immigration. At that time, the Chancellor said,
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“Hatred, racism and extremism have no place in this country… We are a country based on democracy, tolerance and openness to the world.”
Merkel has certainly opened Germany up to the world, but the people who are pouring in are the very ones she describes as having no place in the country. How long before the buyer’s remorse, as the crime increases, and suddenly Germany is rife with suicide bombings and beheadings.
Saudi Arabia has taken in a trifling 561 refugees and a mere 100 asylum seekers. Why doesn’t Saudi Arabia accept the mostly Muslim immigrants? The simple answer is if the Muslim countries take in their own, how will they spread their Islamic horde?
Saudi Arabia is invested in exporting their puritanical Islam to all the world, including the United States. It seems as though Muslim refugees just might be a quicker means to that end. In his recent article, Daniel Greenberg may have stated it best:
“These aren’t refugees. They’re armies.”
Don’t take it from me, take it from Turkey’s Erdogan, the man more popular among German Muslims than he is among his own oppressed people. Erdogan was sent to jail for in his formerly secular Turkish state, before it became an Islamist hellhole of minarets and crumbling shopping malls:
‘The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.’ “
What remains amazing is the likelihood of Germany becoming an Islamic State in the next ten years. Even more incredulous is within 100 years the same country who gave Hitler power would partner with a similar political ideology that embraces slaughter of those who don’t fit in their world view.
What is that again about history repeating itself?