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Ernie O'Guevara

Feudalism Lodges Another Nail in its 400 year Coffin

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Another of Ibn Saud's many troglodite imperialist sons has finally expired, far beyond the life expectancy of their feudal subjects. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia died yesterday, at the age of 90. He was so ill in his last remaining months, he had constant oxygen supply whilst at events. The Arabian Revolution draws closer as shown by their protests in the Arab Spring, a lack of USAID presence in the country prevented similar strengths to those of the NATO coups seen in Libya and Syria. With Abdullah dead, it seems the sons of Ibn Saud have nearly all died out, but he has a reserve of grandsons and great-grandsons also older than their forties, ready for the succession when his seed is spent. His death spells no immediate change as the feudal monarchy will remain, for now. However, the revolution draws ever nearer.

 

 

 

Comrade Harpal Brar of the CPGB-ML himself believes the inevitability of a Saudi military officer taking power as the Brotherly Leader Muammar did in Libya. Personally, a socialist revolution along the lines of the Green Book and Pan-Arabism would be key to true middle eastern independence, not subject to the medieval attitudes of ISIS and Al-Qaeda, or dare I say it the Stooges of Imperialism known as the Saudi Royal Family.

The truth is this man was another polygamist who has sent women's rights back so many aeons while the nations claiming to uphold democracy invest so much in his family's power. In this country a man has recently been given a hundred lashes for speaking against Wahhabism, and a few years ago a woman was burned for something feudalists call witchcraft, but we progressives call it intelligence. 

 

 

I only hope this revolution comes soon and the billionaire princes enjoy their billion lashes from the Brotherly Leader of Arabia and, whoever he or she may be, and the vanguard party. I don't know about you comrades, but I think I'll come up to Dublin for a party on that day. Hell, we may even invite the Trots if they bring beer.

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Good article, but I would object to the use of the term Brotherly Leader, which was a term used by the Libyan people to refer to Al Gaddafi, who really was a brother and a leader to all true Libyans, and to all true Socialists and anti-imperialists across the earth.

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Ah yes, but I was referring to a similar figure to the Brotherly Leader in Saudi Arabia. I refuse to call it the Saudi revolution, the people of Arabia are not Saudi, the imperialist stooges who rule them put their name on the country. I believe the true name of the country is Najd, at least that's what it's name was before Ibn Saud declared it the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. A Pan-Arabist revolution is probably more likely than a full blown communist revolution, as the current dissent against the government seems focused on women's rights and democracy, which can easily be hijacked by the US in a similar manner to that of the Egyptian and Yemeni ones; change nothing but provide illusion of democracy, and eventually restore pro-US strongman when the instability goes to far. A Pan-Arab nationalist leader is more likely to defy the US than a democratic Mohammed Morsi figure. Also, the Communist Party in Saudi Arabia is completely suppressed naturally.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communist_Party_in_Saudi_Arabia

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