Now, here’s an angle to Fahrenheit 911 I hadn’t considered:
Michael Moore?s new film ?Fahrenheit 9/11? has done a tremendous favor for some proponents of a war upon the Arabian Peninsula. The film achieves what endless pages of conservative think-tank studies and panel discussions, hours of PR time and books can not: spill gasoline on the anti-Saudi sparks already ignited within the United States.
Moore’s film lambastes the Saudis not only for their business relationships but also for leaving the US after the attacks of September 11th 2001 as did other non-Saudi officials on the same day when specific flights were permitted. The overwhelming popularity of this documentary takes the anti-Saudi message to a whole new market. It is the latest manifestation of a rationale for war that could finally execute a long-term plan to invade and occupy the Kingdom.
In spite of its progressive producer and target audience, ?Fahrenheit 9/11? falls lock-step in line with the stated agenda of neoconservative hawks: rid Arabia of the House of Saud thereby granting the US and allies full access to the Middle East’s biggest prize.
Michael Moore a shill for interventionist neocons? The mind reels!
The article goes on to remind us that the Nixon administration developed a plan to invade Saudi Arabia which was revealed by a British newspaper in 1975. Henry Kissinger is still around, and he’s an annual guest of the Bilderberg Group–as are neocons Perle, Bolton, Feith, Wolfowitz, and Rumsfeld.
Maybe the Kerry (Bilderberg ’01)/Edwards (Bilderberg ’04) ticket is the Illuminati’s way of getting Bush out of the way so they can grab the kingdom. Saudis are evil, right? And the Bush family is in bed with the Saudis, right? Get ’em, boys!
And maybe Michael Moore is a dupe, a “useful idiot”–or there is a big reason why he lives in a million-dollar condo and sends his kids to private schools.