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    Default Heavy Gunfire at Saudi Royal Palace

    Video clip here on Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/qatar_F9/...062016/video/1

    Now attributed by the Saudis to firing at a drone:

    Quote Fears of a coup are sparked in Saudi Arabia after heavy gunfire erupts near the Royal Palace - but officials claim it was only guards shooting down a drone that flew too close to the King Salman's residence

    Fears that an armed coup was underway in Saudi Arabia's palace have been dismissed as a drone which got too close to the gates.

    Videos had been posted on social media which claimed to be of heavy gunfire outside the palace in Rihayd, although these now appear to be false.

    Wall Street journalist Margherita Stancati, who reports from Saudi Arabia, tweeted: 'No coup attempt in Riyadh. A toy drone/plane got too close too the King’s palace and was shot down.'
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...oup-fears.html


    Someone isn't a big fan of the new Saudi administration! Maybe liberalizing their barbaric practices towards women is too much for certain neighbors to handle?

    Remember, Hillary "joked" about using a drone attack to assassinate Julian Assange, too.

    I wonder which regional powers/factions would have the means and motives to stage another coup, after the previous crackdown?

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    A coup may be in the works, but one drone? A toy? And the king was sent to an off-site bunker.

    Saud enjoys something like 70% malcontents, so, even lacking an external actor, there is enough within their country to overthrow it or split it apart. Southern provinces already likely enfolded back to Yemen where they came from.

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    You can't believe what they report in MSM when it comes to details of military operations, even if it's an official statement from the Saudi government. War is based on deception by default.

    Having 70% malcontents is a perfect example of why the Saudi government wouldn't want to announce a coup attempt against itself to the entire world. It would only invite further unrest/opposition, and would be an international embarrassment that would undermine its authority and legitimacy.

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    It's no wonder to me..Hee, hee Follow the history of false flags using real people, and you'll come to the same conclusion. Those who choose to play God over planet, people, mammals and fish. Growing fish, like an agriculture as a solution to feed the world. Hee, hee. Som of this stuff, you just can't make up. Wouldn't have to put them in tanks to keep them alive/from going extinct, if they stopped gunking up everything they touch for material wealth. Used to be man used his mind, not nature to carry him through, now he's reliant upon it, greedily taking everything, just like the giants in the days of Noah. Comparison is Corporate giants/beasts roaming and taking all from man.
    Sound familiar?
    Well...I guess they don't like change either. So you have "no changers here in US, no changers in UK, no changers in Saudi, and these guys have weapons? Hmmm... sort of like handing a demented grandparent an AR 15or AK 47 while they're in full confusion episode.Flashing back to their idea of the "ultimate deal settler" le bomb. They want to nuke bomb their way into the 21, 22nd and any future with mutual destruction as the threat? Wow..A pretty pot of poo we're being led to war by.
    Shields up peeps. Heads up.

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    Quote Posted by A Voice from the Mountains (here)
    You can't believe what they report in MSM when it comes to details of military operations, even if it's an official statement from the Saudi government. War is based on deception by default.
    Yes. There are at least some other reports of it having involved at least one of their own military vehicles turned against them. To be fair, let's assess Saud at an "extremely high" level of deception. Syria, for example, just doesn't make much fanfare about their losses, without denying them. KSA has consistently stated that every ballistic missile has been intercepted, which seems rather unlikely given the video of their recent performance. Last year's Russian diplomacy with them resulted in the following observation: "These people are idiots". Even around the mid-East, many of the other Arabs consider them apes.

    This episode is an almost exact replay of the 1960s war with Yemen, British-agitated, and which they used to tell the then-king that he needed to buy an air force.

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    Just in the recent Middle East conflicts I've seen reports of:

    (1) Generals being impersonated, or debates as to whether generals and other officers are even still alive or actually dead,
    (2) "Anti-Assad" "terrorists" turning out to actually be pro-Assad Syrian forces in disguise,
    (3) Different factions using such similar uniforms that it's difficult to tell them apart at a distance anyway,
    (4) Groups of mercenaries switching sides as easily as opportunities of better pay become available,
    (5) Israel semi-openly evacuating ISIS terrorists from Syria to give them medical treatment in Israel,
    (6) Constant activity going on while other actions get media attention, such as the Syrian/Russian offensives during the widely-reported US/Allied air strikes...

    Deception has become such a fully integrated part of modern warfare that even the "White Helmets" touted on MSM as "heroes" may be the most evil participants of all, rounding up children and organs for trafficking after violent attacks and staging false flag chemical attacks to try to ignite wider conflicts.

    Whatever was going on in Saudi Arabia, they must have clamped down on it fast and haven't said much since.

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    Quote Posted by A Voice from the Mountains (here)
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    (2) "Anti-Assad" "terrorists" turning out to actually be pro-Assad Syrian forces in disguise,
    Most of the terrorist groups are heavily infiltrated, some at the command level. This is how movements are known, and occasionally assassinations carried out. If I remember rightly, one Syrian spy blew himself up in the process of using a grenade on a militant commander.

    Saudi Arabia's "Muhammad Alloosh", commander of Jaysh al Islam, just resigned.

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    Apparently this Alloosh swiped around 47 million dollars from them and bought restaurants and other businesses in Istanbul and Jiddah...

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    Default Re: Heavy Gunfire at Saudi Royal Palace

    Another hmmm:

    Are reports of Mohammed bin Salman’s death greatly exaggerated?

    https://usa.spectator.co.uk/2018/05/...y-exaggerated/

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