Wow! The train has left the station, and may be unstoppable.
July 28, 2013
Posted by sage
Saudi Prince Khalid Bin Farhan Al-Saud
Prince Khalid Bin Farhan Al-Saud has announced his defection from Al Saud royal family through a statement, calling on other princes to break their silence and reveal the truth for the sake of God.
In his statement on Saturday, the Saudi prince referred to his ‘sufferings’ under the reign of the Al Saud regime describing them as bitter experiences that will be revealed by the Saudi twitter writer Mujtahid and Saudi activist Saad al-Faqih, who is currently living in London.
He said he thanked God that helped him understand the truth about the Saudi regime through a “direct horrible personal experience” so that he could have a taste of what people suffered throughout the country.
“With pride, I announce my defection from Al Saudi family in Saudi Arabia,” he wrote in his statement.
“This regime in Saudi Arabia does not stand by God’s rules or even (the country’s) established rules and its policies, decisions, and actions are totally based on the personal will of its leaders.”
“All that is said in Saudi Arabia about respecting law and religious rules are fictitious so that they can lie and pretend that the regime obeys Islamic rules.”
He criticized the royal family for considering the country its own property while silencing all voices from inside and outside the government calling for any change and reforms.
Khalid Bin Farhan said the ruling family has deliberately pulled the country to the current condition where cries of oppressed people are ignored. “They don’t think about anything but their personal benefits and do not care for the country’s and people’s interests or even national security,” he added.
H warned that the current problems of Saudi Arabia are not “temporary or superficial” and they do not end at unemployment, low wages and unjustified distribution of common wealth, facilities and services.
“The problems are deep and real,” he said adding that they are concerned with political and financial corruption and abuse of power by the regime and fraud in the parliament and judiciary system.
The Saudi prince said everything that the pro-reform opposition says about the country’s political, economical, judiciary, social and security conditions as well as their abuse of religious values are true and “the situation is even worse than what is said in criticisms.”
He called on all those who cared for the future of the country to join him and the reform stream and break their silence on Al Saud corruptions.