Although the Gulf Empire ruling families have been able to keep off various countries in the arena of foreign policy by the oil’s windfall money, and suppressed their political opponents in the domestic arena, disagreements and decay from within these families occasionally pop up.
It is a matter of fact that if dictatorship continues and the public voices and democracy were choked by bullying and weapon, then, the totalitarian authorities would eventually hollow and collapse. It seems that the families ruling the countries on the margins of the Persian Gulf are hollowed and subject to collapse.
The dictatorship rulers have repeatedly suppressed their oppositions. They reply to their critics and intellectual contradicts with death. There is enough evidence to prove this claim. If we look into the sovereignty of the Soviet’s Communist Party, the Third Reich, fascism in Italy, the Chinese cultural revolution, and the same story of Jamal Khashoggi, then the acts of autocratic dictatorships will be similar and we will find out the nature of the totalitarian dictatorships.
Although the Gulf Empire ruling families have been able to keep off various countries in the arena of foreign policy by the oil’s windfall money, and suppressed their political opponents in the domestic arena, disagreements, and decay from within these families occasionally pop up.
The Saudi adventurist crown prince slaughters his political opponent in another country, the wife of another flees to the west to save her life, and the son of the other is secretly murdered.
In the meantime, the adventure and decay within Saudi family are far more and the royal family members have been imprisoned about two years ago on the pretext of combating terrorism, but in fact, these two years have been passed for the suppression of political differences.
Recently, there has been a lot of news from the UAE on world-class ruling families.
The son of Sharjah ruler was mysteriously killed in London and the British police have announced that they have not yet succeeded in discovering the root cause of death, despite an autopsy. Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi was found dead on the bathroom floor of his residential house.
In addition, Princess Haya Bint al-Hussein, a wife of the ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum, is in hiding in London and said to be in fear for her life.
Sheikh Mohammed has posted a furious poem on Instagram accusing an unidentified woman of “treachery and betrayal”.
What makes the matter so interesting is that these dictator rulers themselves are immersed in luxuries and orgies, but introduce a complex Islamic version of the “pure forms” of Islam to the people of their lands and citizens of countries like Afghanistan.
The same royals that are “secular” in nature, but wear the mask of Islam to keep their families in power.
These families, who survived the wave of Arab Spring in 2011 in any way, now face a new wave of decadence and collapse. If they do not refer to democracy and do not respect the will of the citizens of those countries, the fates of Mubarak and bin Ali are waiting for them.