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The King who took over in 2035 was an idealist. He had visions of an empire capable of making Saudi Arabia invincible.

Prinicipal Vision

With the death of oil, the western world had switched to biofuels, Using the Oceans and water around them to emerge as powers.

The King wanted a coastal empire, hoping to open a massive biofuel production facility in the Indian Ocean. He also wanted to restore the glory of Islam to the world. Having witnessed ISIS, he had a similar vision but felt that their ways were too extreme and the only true way to achieve the goal of a new golden age was to seize power and conquer, not execute, behead, and isolate foreigners.

But more than that, Saudi Arabia's King intended to create a new caliphate. Abdullah III wanted to create a kingdom that spanned half the world, controlling all of the Muslim world, and taking control of the Sunni Institutions.  

2039 Balfour Declaration

In 2039, the King of Saudi Arabia laid out his final vision. Focusing on his original goal, he reduced the amount of inland territory in order to deal with both realistic goals and sustaining a strong Coastal empire.

The King also planned to establish colonies in other parts of the world, to control the spread and influence of Islam.
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Revised Vision in 2039.

The 2039 Balfour Declaration gets it name from the infamous 1918 document proclaiming Britain's intent to create a Zionist State in Palestine. Why the King chose this name remains unknown since Israel and Palestine were apart of his plans for conquest.