Pensacola Shooter was a Saudi Arabian at the Base for Training

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 7, 2019

Did you know that Osama bin Laden was Saudi? Related to the royal family? And that 15 of the 19 hijackers on 911 were Saudis? And that the Saudi intelligence forces were named in the 911 Report as funding the attack? Is it weird they’re now our best buddies? 

This is one of those things that is primarily shocking because no one could have predicted it.

New York Times:

A member of the Saudi Air Force armed with a handgun fatally shot three people and injured eight others on Friday morning during a bloody rampage in a classroom building at the prestigious Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla., where he was training to become a pilot.

The authorities, led by the F.B.I., were investigating to determine the gunman’s motive and whether the shooting was an act of terrorism.

A United States military official identified the suspect, who was killed by a sheriff’s deputy during the attack, as Second Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani. He was one of hundreds of military trainees at the base, which is considered the home of naval aviation.

Six other Saudi nationals were detained for questioning near the scene of the shooting, including three who were seen filming the entire incident, according to a person briefed on the initial stages of the investigation.

The gunman was using a locally purchased Glock 45 9-millimeter handgun with an extended magazine and had four to six other magazines in his possession when he was taken down by a sheriff’s deputy, the person said.

The shooting, the second at a Navy base this week, sent service members scrambling to lock the doors of their barracks or flee the base altogether.

The attack by a foreign national inside an American military installation raised questions about the vetting process for international students who are cleared by the Department of Defense and is likely to complicate military cooperation between the United States and Saudi Arabia at a time when relations with the kingdom are already tense.

Yeah, I’d say it raises a few questions about several things.

In particular:

  • Why are we training the Saudi military inside of America?
  • Why are we training the Saudi military at all?
  • Why are we allied with Saudi Arabia at all?
  • Why are we fighting wars in the Middle East?

It is in no way reductionist to answer all of those questions with “because the Jews.”

Literally, there is no other reason. No one thinks that this relationship makes any sense, no one thinks the wars make any sense, the only singular explanation for any of it is our “special relationship” with the State of Israel, which exists because our entire foreign policy is run by Jews.

Anyone who claims that the situation is “nuanced” or “complicated” is not insightful, they are simply lying.

The situation is neither nuanced nor complicated. Jews in our government use our military apparatus to push a Jewish agenda. That’s it.