Demonstrators in Saudi Arabia continue to grow and rise in intensity with the passage of time, as regular citizens are protesting unfair treatment by the government of the Kingdom of Fraud, as well as the imprisonment of political prisoners, among them a prominent Shia cleric named Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr, who was arrested on July 8. Among the calls for release of prisoners are calls for freedom of expression and assembly and a call to the end of discrimination. Now in a kingdom like Saudi Arabia, organizing is the last thing you want to see, but since February of last year, this has been a regular occurrence.
What’s interesting is that with all their internal strife, the Kingdom of Fraud has a little problem with an aging monarch and an aging royal family. Considering the crown prince had considerable influence and recently passed away, the royal family of frauds is uncomfortably sitting on their laurels as increasing numbers of Saudis take to the streets.
“I think the Saudis cannot live in denial for very long time. They have to look at the issue and address what is taking place and by arresting and continue arresting Sheikh Nemr al-Nemr this demonstration will spread further into the rest of Saudi Arabia because there is a lot of dismay at the behavior of the monarchy and the way it is conducting its policy whether in the eastern part or throughout Saudi Arabia,” said Kamel Wazni, a political analyst speaking with PressTV.
In other words, the demonstrations will get progressively worse and the incompetent monarchy will continue to try to suppress opposition, even though that means the inevitable destruction of the regime – this movement is arising out of a legitimate call for freedom that the monarchy will not give.
The current unrest is in the eastern parts of the Kingdom, particularly the area around Bahrain, but the worry now is the continual spread of demonstrations due to the crack down on political prisoners.
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Eventually Saudi Arabia itself will lose its fraudulent monarch and the people won’t bow to some person based on their birth. The question is whether the other power players in the region, particularly religious oriented political groups, will fare in the region once a power vacuum is left. The criminal conspirators most likely have a plan B for the kingdom of Fraud should its monarchy fail, but this is not a scenario they’re liking to see.
At a certain point the cabal will reach a point where they can no longer keep up appearances and the inevitable dismantling of their Matrix will fade. When that point will be reached is anybody’s guess.
Rest assured, however, that events and leaks will continue. Undoubtedly, the cabal has a level of control and the ability to still stubbornly cling on to power despite continual attempts to dislodge them and awaken the population. However, this level of control is dissipating, and it is only a matter of time before this is fully realized. Eventually, the mainstream media won’t be able to hide Libor as just a scandal, and the shill politicians won’t be able to keep lying to the population. However, in the meantime, we continue our days and our work, knowing that the tides have turned.