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    Saudi huge budget to buy votes and a coup in Iraq

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    Saudi huge budget to buy votes and a coup in Iraq
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    Confirmed the opposition that Riyadh has allocated a huge budget to buy votes in favor of some candidates for the upcoming Iraqi election, warning of "dangerous proportions," and "coup attempts" in the case of failure of its plans.

    The network quoted a "two rivers Net" electronic sources in the Saudi opposition based in Washington, saying that the possession of information "unfolded on the monitoring of the government of King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, on the imaginary budget to hit the Shiites in Iraq through the democratic process."

    According to information sources, "in the event of lack of success in this task, the alternative is to prepare and plan for the implementation of a military coup at any cost, whatever the result."

    "The visit to former Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi to Riyadh last Saturday, and his meeting with King Abdullah and intelligence chief Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz, who personally handled the Iraq issue will have a dangerous dimension to the situation in Iraq, both in the context of elections or later, specifically a dangerous dimension to the present and the future of the Shiites of Iraq. "

    The "It is unfortunate to receive political and Iraqi national parties this visit, as a simple visit and meeting protocols between the Iraqi political leader and the Saudi officials."

    She said it is Alaoml that promote knowledge of the seriousness of the consequences of this visit, and the seriousness of their Impact Report posted on an intelligence Saudi Arabia after the visit, "which he is careful to report absence of the real objectives of the visit and its results claiming that it aimed to only work on improving bilateral relations between Iraq and Saudi Arabia, which have deteriorated due to the policies rulers in Iraq. "

    These sources confirmed that "the previous information obtained from inside the country confirmed that Saudi officials told Iyad Allawi, said they were putting behaving unlimited budget, billions of dollars for the purchase of receivables in the current elections, in order to pay for liberal, secular and liberal elements of the list and other lists, and liberal access to parliament," .

    She added, "Our information confirmed by the now confirm that King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz said in a private and very brief (we paid for Saddam's $ 45 billion to wage war on Iran and we paid $ 80 billion for Americans to expel Saddam Hussein after Iraq invaded Kuwait Lachmann them, and we are ready to spend budget $ 250 billion to restore the rule of Shiites in Iraq and the Governor of another discipline, like Saddam, but we need time to implement our policy. "

    With the approach of the Iraqi legislative elections on the seventh of next month, has stepped up some Iraqi political forces outside the political movements throughout the country.

    After Iyad Allawi's visit to Riyadh, looking Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi Wednesday with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, the Iraqi elections

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    Re: Saudi huge budget to buy votes and a coup in Iraq

    these clowns dont want any democracy any where near their borders.

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    Re: Saudi huge budget to buy votes and a coup in Iraq

    Thanks for the post.

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