In a two week marathon parade of U.S. foreign policy retreads that have included such conflicted and compromised personalities as John Negroponti, Edward Walker and General Barry McCaffrey, appearing on CNN with Fareed Zakaria on Sunday, February 27, 2011 was Paul Wolfowitz, author of the Wolfowitz Doctrine, the Bush Administration policy of first-strike military action. Wolfowitz argued that Libya's dictator Muammar Gaddafi could not survive as Libya's leader and that his barbarism would never be matched by the Saudi Royal family if and when the masses of increasingly progressive Saudi Arabians demand, as have their brethren to the West, a greater voice in the Saudi Arabian political system.
"Why should the Saudi Royal family be the keeper of the Muslim holy places and why don't we have land reform like the Americans had with the Native American Indians. Hells-bells, living in Saudi is like America would be if all the land in the U.S. had been given to Sitting Bull or Geronimo while making everyone subject to their trickle down benevolences. You Americans didn't give Cochise, Crazy Horse of Tecumseh that kind of power....why the family of Faisal and Saud? We're tired of that," said Mohamed Bin Suli who sells coffee from a small shop in Medina...."I'm getting very close to Twittering a message to a few hundred thousand of my buddies here and in Mecca and Riyadh to get the big ball rolling."
|George W. Bush and Saudi Royal|
When asked if a projected House of Bush would turn weapons on the American people should the Middle Eastern flames of revolution reinvigorate the American spirit of reform leading to open rebellion and demand for responsible government in the U.S., Wolfowitz's aide said "everything and anything short of about 50 megatons, or so Paul has told me....but do you want to take seriously a guy that combs his hair with his own spit?"
For a view of Mr. Wolfowitz's self-preparation for proclaiming a perceptive and penetrating assessment of world affairs see......http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9nzBWcTSVM