November 4, 2013, - 5:34 pm
Obama bowed down to him. Bush smooched him and held his hands multiple times, like they were lovers at a Frankie Goes to Hollywood concert. And, yet, he prefers Hitler’s dagger to both of ‘em.
It’s a trite saying that you can tell a lot about a person by the company he keeps. But you can apparently tell even more about a person by the trinkets he treasures. And so it goes with Saudi King Abdullah, who “treasures” a dagger Hitler gave a visiting Saudi delegation in 1939. The delegation met with Hitler to obtain more arms so Arabs could kill more Jews in the Middle East and help carry out the Final Solution. As we know, Hajj Amin El-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem (and Yasser Arafat’s uncle), also met with Hitler for the same purpose: to urge him to hasten the Final Solution of the Jews and to extend it to the Jews of the Middle East.
Muslims are the new Nazis, but they are also the same old Nazis. And, yes, this is the same King Abdullah for whom George W. Bush removed women from the air traffic control tower and tarmac at the Waco airport. Yup, same guy that Barack Obama bowed down to. They kissed the ass that kisses Hitler’s dagger.
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah keeps, “treasures” and sometimes shows off a dagger given by Adolf Hitler himself to a visiting Saudi delegation in 1939. This tidbit is contained in “The U.S.-Saudi Royal Rumble”, an article by Washington Institute expert Simon Henderson published on Sunday in Foreign Policy on the current tensions between the two countries.
“However, King Abdullah still treasures a dagger given as a gift from the Fuhrer himself, and occasionally shows it off to guests. Visiting U.S. officials are briefed in advance so they can display appropriate diplomatic sang-froid if Abdullah points out the memento,” Henderson writes.
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The original report about Abdullah’s dagger comes from a 2004 book by Lebanese-American political science professor As’Ad AbhKhalil [DS: sic; his name is AbuKhalil], “The Battle for Saudi Arabia.” Writing on the brief flirt between Nazi Germany and Saudi Arabia’s first monarch Ibn Saud, AbhKhalil cites a “private American source” who has visited the Saudi royal palace several times. He says that Abdullah “keeps in his displayed possessions a dagger given to him by Hitler.”
It’s not completely clear from the phrasing of the text whether the dagger was given to Abdullah himself – he was only 15 at the time – or to Ibn Saud; or, more likely, conveyed to Ibn Saudi during the well-documented (and possibly filmed) meeting on June 17, 1939 between Hitler and Ibn Saud’s emissary Khalid al-Hud al-Gargani that took place at the Nazi leader’s famous “Eagles Lair” retreat in Berchtesgaden in Bavaria.
According to minutes of the meeting kept by the German Foreign Ministry, Hitler had assured al-Hud that the Reich and the Arabs had common interests because “we are both fighting the Jews.”
In subsequent talks, Germany promised to supply Saudi Arabia with 8000 rifles, 8 million rounds of ammunition and anti-aircraft guns, some of which were to be diverted to the Palestinian Arabs fighting the Jews in Palestine. But the deal never went through, both because the Saudis couldn’t afford it.
Professor AbuKhalil is a nutty, anti-Israel, atheist crackpot. But he is crazy like a fox. He is pro-Syria and anti-Sunni, and never fails to unearth the disgusting behavior of the Sunnis when he knows the Shi’ites are exactly the same.
But I believe 100% this info on Hitler’s dagger. It’s exactly the sort of trinket the Muslims love to display, because it symbolizes a bygone era in which Jews were weak and powerless. And they love to celebrate anything that symbolizes Jewish ashes and lampshades.
It’s also exactly the sort of thing that Western leaders and diplomats will predictably accept without a word of protest.
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