Putin vows to destroy Saudi Arabia

A grim memorandum circulating in the Kremlin today written by Federal Security Services (FSB) Director Alexander Bortnikov outlining the new security measures being put into place throughout Russia ordered by President Putin a few hours ago in response to the deadly Volgograd terror attacks further warns that Russia’s leader has, in effect, vowed to “destroy” Saudi Arabia as he personally is blaming them for this horrific crime against humanity.

FSB memo warns that Putin’s previous orders to the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation to prepare for a “massive military strike” against Saudi Arabia are still in effect."

"Of particular concern about Pechyonkin for Putin, this memo continues, was this suicide bombers location this past year which the FSB confirms was in Islamic rebel held territories of Syria controlled and funded by Saudi Arabia.

Critical to note, and as we had reported on in our 27 August report Putin Orders Massive Strike Against Saudi Arabia If West Attacks Syria, Saudi Prince Bandar bin Sultan, this past August, secretly offered Russia a sweeping deal to control the global oil market and safeguard Russia’s gas contracts, if the Kremlin backs away from the Assad regime in Syria.

When Putin refused Prince Bander’s “offer,” however, and as reported by London’s Telegraph News Service, this **Saudi Prince stated to Putin, “I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics next year. The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us.”
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http://www.eutimes.net/2013/12/putin-orders-saudi-arabia-destroyed-after-volgograd-terror-strikes/#.Us2pThFDOUE.twitter
Is the world waking up to who the real terrorists are? who their friends and allies are.

It certainly isn’t Assad in Syria and wasn’t Gaddafi in Libya.

Finally a good man doing the right thing!

In fact, the terror attacks were exactly the kind of thing the Russians had warned the West of more than a year ago with regard to the West’s action on Syria. So big fucking surprise when it came to happen.

I believe every word in that article!

Also, anyone who is as stupid as I was to click on the link, please make sure your pop-up blocker is on.

EU Times: Mindless propagation of idiocy.

'nuf said.

Holy crap! Are you seriously buying the content of that article?

I’d point out that the “source” of the article is: whatdoesitmean.com

Yikes.

Of course not, but the fuckers sure would had it coming. For the second part: yes such terror exports is what Putin warned of early in the uprising would be the outcome of supporting the “rebels.”

Sure, and Putin supporting the butcher of Syria had absolutely nothing to do with it.
Too bad the innocent, as usual, suffer for his evil.

If it’s on the internet, it’s gotta be true! :dubious:

It’s ze JEWS!! Amarite??!

It would be utterly amazing if they were even capable of attacking Saudi Arabia with anything other than ICBMs or maybe a couple of long range bombers, which would have to overfly Turkey or Iraq along the way. Turkey is NATO, so that wouldn’t be fun for them. Iraq probably couldn’t do anything about them, but everyone in the neighborhood would know all about them before they got anywhere.

The article is pure bullshit. Ain’t happening.

??

He probably meant the Saudis…

No, he probably meant Jews.

Right. We are supposed to believe that an official of the Saudi government openly told Putin that they controlled terrorists who were attacking his country,
and that this is only being reported on loony CT news services,
and that Putin did not immediately publicly call for sanctions (or an attack) against Saudi Arabia enlisting the aid of the West?

:rolleyes:

Wow. And he joined in 2010, but somehow hasn’t gotten himself banned yet, even with 371 posts.

All your terrorists are belong to us!

Both Saudi Arabia & Russia are major oil exporters.
Eliminating some commercial competition, Mr Putin? Hmmmm?

The OP is pretty much stating what the Iranian government wishes was true. This link is, at the end, attributed to Al-Alam, which is Iranian state-controlled media:

http://www.tehrantimes.com/component/content/article/113184

Beyond the considerable economic and possible global-war repercussions, I can’t say the hypothetical destruction of Saudi Arabia fills me with that much concern.