the military of Saudi Arabia

60 billion$ budget
some of the most advanced military tech the U.S can provide.
virtually limitless access to energy
still bogged in Yemen

how can a military be this incompetent?

  1. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    it's really remarkable. They have top notch equipment in decent numbers, and yet they're struggling really hard against starving, disease-ridden, underequipped Houthis equipped by equally poor Iran. I wonder how a direct confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran would play out if the US stayed out (it wouldn't, but still).

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      they may be incompetent but i like their paint jobs

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      Could the Iraqi army that invaded Kuwait have taken over Saudi Arabia had the US stayed out?

      • 5 days ago
        Anonymous

        Definitely

        In hindsight, Saddam should've just blown the slanted drills up, bombed Kuwait's palace and fucked off before the US could form its coalition

  2. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    >60 billion$ budget
    >how can a military be this incompetent?
    throwing money at a problem doesn't solve it. See ANA

  3. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    https://www.meforum.org/441/why-arabs-lose-wars

  4. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    Arabs are consistently the worst ethnic group when it comes to modern warfare
    Mexico could conquer the Arabian Peninsula if they wanted to
    The issue is the constant instability afterwards

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      >Arabs are consistently the worst ethnic group when it comes to modern warfare

      True for the most part.

      >Mexico could conquer the Arabian Peninsula if they wanted to

      Mexico would get their ass blown up by Yemenis.

      >People who don't want to fight or even do any labor
      Vs
      >People who'll kill people over a few thousand year old feud in a hiusing project in the United Kingdom to maintain their honor

      It's no wonder honestly. This isn't an Arabs are bad at war meme here it's just Saudis literally don't want to fight and are paying even less competent and unmotivated people to.

      They performed decent in Kuwait.

      >They performed decent in Kuwait.

      That was the United States. Might get hard to tell sometimes since the US likes to take marching orders from Gulf monarchies.

  5. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    >People who don't want to fight or even do any labor
    Vs
    >People who'll kill people over a few thousand year old feud in a hiusing project in the United Kingdom to maintain their honor

    It's no wonder honestly. This isn't an Arabs are bad at war meme here it's just Saudis literally don't want to fight and are paying even less competent and unmotivated people to.

    They performed decent in Kuwait.

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      Religious fanatics is a far cry from a standing military.

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      >People who don't want to fight or even do any labor

      How many Saudi citizens actually fight in their army? They mostly pay mercenaries from east Africa to fight in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is a relatively small country and most people are rich, why would they put their life on the line

      • 5 days ago
        Anonymous

        >Saudi Arabia is a relatively small country
        It is bigger than Alaska with a population slightly smaller than California.

      • 5 days ago
        Anonymous

        The mercenaries and troops of foreign-nationality are a mix of Sudanese, Chadian, Colombian, and [in the case of pilots] Pakistani that I'm aware of. Someone let me know what other nationalities are prominent.

        Gulf societies in general are entirely built by foreigners, from the oppressed migrant laborers who do construction and domestic work, to the executives who help run the companies.

        Gulf regimes can't even make their own food to feed themselves, those are largely imported too. East Arabian states are not civilizations, they don't even meet the prerequisite for civilization. They are artificial civilizations built in the late 20th century exclusively from oil/gas wealth, foreign labor, and through sabotage of their neighbors in an attempt to be a "big fish in a small pond".

        https://i.imgur.com/aaBO11n.jpg

        it's really remarkable. They have top notch equipment in decent numbers, and yet they're struggling really hard against starving, disease-ridden, underequipped Houthis equipped by equally poor Iran. I wonder how a direct confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran would play out if the US stayed out (it wouldn't, but still).

        All Iran or anyone else has to do is blow up their water desalination plants, and their cities will half collapse in 2 weeks, and fully collapse in 2 months.

    • 5 days ago
      Indian Shill

      >They performed decent in Kuwait.
      Because it was Pakis doing the actual fighting larping as Saudi soldiers.

  6. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    >how can a military be this incompetent?
    You still haven't read this yet?
    https://www.meforum.org/441/why-arabs-lose-wars

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      >When they had an influence on certain Arab military establishments, the Soviets reinforced their clients' cultural traits far more than, in more recent years, Americans were able to. Like the Arabs', the Soviets' military culture was driven by political fears bordering on paranoia. The steps taken to control the sources (real or imagined) of these fears, such as a rigidly centralized command structure, were readily understood by Arab political and military elites. The Arabs, too, felt an affinity for the Soviet officer class's contempt for ordinary soldiers and the Soviet military hierarchy's distrust of a well-developed, well-appreciated, well-rewarded NCO corps.

      So it was the russians

  7. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    >buy overpriced equipment from nation that has lost a war to mountain fanatic goatfuckers
    >lose a war to mountain fanatic goatfuckers
    Dunno, its really a mistery...

  8. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    you can't deliver a baby in a month by impregnating nine women

  9. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    the problem is they need to actually genocide their opponents but have no motivation to do so
    without relocation and extermination you cannot win a war against poverty-stricken, overpopulated shitholes

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      >the problem is they need to actually genocide their opponents but have no motivation to do so

      They've already been genociding Yemen, you quack. They have a total embargo designed to starve people en masse. They blow up whatever they want on command. They've been backing successive Civil Wars in Yemen since 1961.

      There's a dozen endangered languages on the brink of extinction in Yemen.

      • 5 days ago
        Anonymous

        not even close retard, Yemeni starvation is a result of overpopulation
        relocation to camps and mass murder are needed to solve the issue of these pseudoarabs

        • 5 days ago
          Anonymous

          >relocation to camps and mass murder are needed to solve the issue of these pseudoarabs

          You really are quack. A dumb quack.

          Yemenis are Qahtanis (Qahtanites), which are original Arabs or "pure Arabs".

          Hejazis are Adnanis (Adnanites) who originated in Palestine/Jordan, then migrated southward and adopted Arab culture and identity from said Qahtanis.

          That's how standard Arabic is Central Semitic, related to Hebrew and Aramaic, whereas the native languages of Arabia are South Semitic, a dozen of which are still spoken between Yemen and Oman.

          >not even close retard, Yemeni starvation is a result of overpopulation

          "Overpopulation" combined with embargoes, war and disease. Not that hard to figure out you shit-for-brain Arab.

          Their population in turn is because they're an actual civilization dating back over 3,000 years. Let me explain it in simpler terms so that you can get it:
          - Fresh water leads to agriculture
          - Agriculture leads to settlement
          - Settlement grows into civilization

          That's something Yemen has and had, and the other Gulf regimes never have and never will. Yemenis were also seafaring people and merchants who traded all over the Indo-Pacific during the Middle Ages.

          In contrast, modern Eastern Arabian regimes are founded by former Bedouins and local pirates. Their only taste of "civilization" came in the mid to late 20th century. Their societies are merely temporary, and will turn back into desert and sand in a few centuries.

  10. 5 days ago
    Indian Shill

    >Be Saudi Gayrabia
    >Be inbred
    >Be Pooslim
    >Have oil because Allah
    >Sell oil to Americans get rich
    >Get top notch tech from muttland
    >Can't use that tech because too rich and inbred
    >But still need to suppress other pooslimes
    >Employ Pakis to lead your army since they are the only competent pooslimes
    >Inb4 Saudis aren't that subhuman that they will use pakis to lead their 39 cunt led coalition
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raheel_Sharif
    >Go go to Yemen
    >Get fucked because inbred Arabs too lazy and too indisciplined to fight
    >Get picked out by a battle hardened desert monkey houthis funded by Iran
    >Patriots can't detect gayranian drones because the system is operated by inred Arabs.
    >Employ Pakis instead to have a somewhat functioning military.

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      >Employ Pakis to lead your army since
      >they are the only competent pooslimes

      Imagine being this delusional?

      Pakistan and Competent shouldn't even be in the same sentence. Prostitute and Mercenary could work though. Ideologically confused and Theologically confused can also work.

      • 5 days ago
        Indian Shill

        >Pakistan and Competent shouldn't even be in the same sentence. Prostitute and Mercenary could work though. Ideologically confused and Theologically confused can also work.
        I hate Pakis and would call them subhuman and shit on them but this guy is literally the guy who is leading the war in Yemen
        >After his retirement as Pakistan's army chief, he was appointed as the commander-in-chief of the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition, a 39-nation alliance of Muslim countries headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.[4]
        Literally from Wikipedia
        https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raheel_Sharif
        You actually think Arab garden gnomes are capable of warfare??
        They are literally the lowest level npc's in video games for a reason.

        • 5 days ago
          Anonymous

          >You actually think Arab garden gnomes are capable of warfare??

          Breh are you retarded, or just playing?
          I literally called them Mercenary, and you're implying that I'm disagreeing with your claim that they.... work as mercenaries for Saudi Arabia? Of course, they do.

          Pakistan as a nation and identity is an abomination, just like Saudi Arabia. At least the latter preys on their neighbors and poor foreigners, while the Pakistani state and elite preys on their own people.

  11. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    You can NEVER beat the natives. The invaders are involved, the natives are committed.

    If the invaders lose, they go home.

    If the natives lose, they die.

    • 5 days ago
      Anonymous

      Those Yemeni guys really shoot, move and communicate well on their YouTube channel

  12. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    fighting insurgencies without nukes or chemical weapons is hard

  13. 5 days ago
    Anonymous

    They are Arabs.

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