Saudi National Attending Flight School At Pensacola Naval Air Station Allegedly Commits Mass ShootingChris Menahan
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Did you think the US government would stop training Saudi Arabian nationals at Pensacola Naval Air Station after the attacks on September 11th?
You were wrong.
From the AP, "Official: Pensacola shooter Saudi Arabian aviation student":
A U.S. official says the Florida Naval station shooting suspect was an aviation student from Saudi Arabia and authorities are investigating if the shooting was terrorism-related.The suspect was identified by law enforcement as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani.
The media isn't even mentioning this is the same Pensacola Naval Air Station where reports said several of the Saudi 9/11 hijackers were trained (15 of the alleged 9/11 hijackers were Saudis). It's not clear whether those reports were all entirely accurate but there's no question multiple 9/11 hijackers were trained at flight schools in Florida.
Michelle Malkin reported that there was a "brief period of sanity" after 9/11 where the US stopped training Saudi nationals to fly planes but George W. Bush fired it right back up.
President Trump has reportedly been mulling over whether to send 14,000 troops to Saudi Arabia -- "partly at the behest of Israel," in the words of the Wall Street Journal -- over the past few days.
The decision also comes as it was revealed Saudi Arabian state oil company Saudi Aramco is launching the world's biggest IPO with an obscene valuation of $1.7 trillion.
President Trump issued a comical statement on Twitter Friday afternoon saying the shooter "in no way shape or form represents the feelings of the Saudi people who love the American people."
The Saudis hate America -- they love our money and military protection.
Florida Gov Ron Desantis, for his part, rightly called for the Saudis to pay us reparations:
That would be a great start.
Give the American people a cut of your IPO -- prioritizing the victims of this attack and 9/11 -- and start fighting your own wars.
As a reminder, Trump said in Nov 2018 that he wants to pull out of the Middle East entirely but Israel was "one reason" to stay and our support for the Saudis is because they provide a "counterbalance to Iran" and "without them, Israel would be in a lot more trouble."
I wonder, are there going to be any calls for Saudis to be "deplatformed" in the wake of this attack?
Will a single social media account be shut down? Will a single bank account be shuttered? Are we going to have a "national conversation" on Wahhabism as Tulsi Gabbard has warned about repeatedly?
As we all know, odds are nothing will come of this and the whole story will just be brushed under the rug.
Trump will send more troops to Saudi Arabia (whether immediately or with a slight delay due to the terrible optics) -- as every other president similarly would have -- because the real purpose of our military these days is to "ensure the free flow of resources necessary to support the global economy."
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