Am I the only one who is disgusted at the public displays of grief and sorrow by Western “leaders,” a.k.a. schnooks, over the death of the Saudi King Abdulluh? The Saudi regime is an extremely authoritarian tyranny, treating innocent people with the most heinous of criminal acts and murdering them for not following irrational Sharia Law rules in precisely the right manner. It is truly a sick society if there ever was one, that has been led by the monster who just kicked the bucket.
Barack Obama, the two Bush Presidents, and John Kerry all gave their sincerest sympathies and praised King Abdullah. They are actually expressing sadness over the death of the leader of a horrific and repressive regime. It is truly disgusting.
As I wrote in a recent post,
The Saudi Regime is now flogging and imprisoning bloggers who merely criticize the Regime’s Islamic clerics, and imprisoning Saudi lawyers for criticizing the primitive and “retarded” (their word, not mine) Saudi judicial system, as well as sentencing Saudi human rights activists to 15 years in prison for criticizing the ruling bureaucrats and thrown in jail for helping others to convert to Christianity (after receiving 300 lashes, of course). And Saudi Arabia is one of those repressive societies that arrests and jails the victims of rape.
Hmm. There certainly isn’t anything for which to criticize the Saudi ruling bureaucrats these days, is there?
The Saudi Regime has also now redefined as “terrorism” to include anyone who questions Islam or promotes atheistic thought, and anyone who seeks “to shake the social fabric or national cohesion, or calling, participating, promoting, or inciting sit-ins, protests, meetings, or group statements in any form, or anyone who harms the unity or stability of the kingdom by any means.”
And now, Buckingham Palace and other high-and-mighty British places have already lowered flags to half-mast to show “respect” for the Saudi King who, according to Paul Joseph Watson, has “overseen more beheadings than ISIS.”