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Bahrain King: Forces authorised to use “all means necessary” to prevent demonstrations~!!

 
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Bahrain King: Forces authorised to use “all means necessary” to prevent demonstrations~!!
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American administration claims Bahrain is not being invaded, but it seems as though that the majority protesting see otherwise.

Makes you wonder who the American administration is speaking for in Bahrain, the people or despots? Lot of confusion going on now regarding the American administrations position regarding Democracy, here in America and abroad.

On the one hand Obama wants to support the people in Libya being murdered, on the other he is actually supporting the despots who murdered the people Bahrain.

Last I checked an invasion by definition is any foreign troops entering a country in large numbers, esp. with intrusive effect, while in an attempt to subjegate the people.

The people, the majority are sick of the royal minority ruling over them, why is what was good for Egypt and Libya all of a sudden not good for Bahrain?

Obama said now when it came to Mubarak stepping down, what gives with Obamas stance on the people, could it be the same situation the people in America see, which is Obama only cares about the people when the people are committed to his agenda.

Could it be because in this case Democracy goes against the grain of our interest in the region considering the majority are more Loyal to Iran than Saudi Arabia, America: IE the west?

Of course. Seeing Obama play the role of a fascist using democracy only when it suits his agenda is par for the course. I wonder when the administration is going to call the movement in Bahrain an astro turf movement instead of the genuine article?

Obama's facist methods seem confusing, until you come to grips with the author of confusions' influence on his method of madness, and the devil worshipper who influenced Obama's outlook and rise to being the leader of the free world, Saul Alinsky.

What we have here is a one world agenda at play, and democracy in this case is only getting in the way of that agenda. Sorry about your luck, people of Bahrain, looks like your in a lose lose lose situation either way you go, and if you don't believe it just ask the people in Iran who too are looking to loose the shackles of the current despots influencing the revolutions occuring in MENA, while violantly discouraging their own.

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Iran slams Saudi invasion of Bahrain

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Did you hear it? The clamour from western governments for democracy in Saudi Arabia? The howls of outrage from the White House and No 10 about the shootings on Thursday, the suppression of protests on Friday, the arrival of Saudi troops in Bahrain on Monday? No? Nor did I.

Did we miss it, or do they believe that change is less necessary in Saudi Arabia than it is in Libya? If so, on what grounds? The democracy index published by the Economist Intelligence Unit places Libya 158th out of 167, and Saudi Arabia 160th. At least in Libya, for all the cruelties of that regime, women are not officially treated as lepers were in medieval Europe.

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