- Saudi Arabia is, quite obviously, not the head of the snake. 9/11 was an inside job, planned by the western Illuminati and executed via the CIA and Mossad. Saudi Arabia is simply a puppet colony of the Anglo-American Illuminist empire ie. the western Illuminist/Illuminati empire. Who put the House of Saud into power? The British empire/monarchy. The Old Black (as in EVIL) Nobility of Europe. The Satanic bloodlines.
- If you owe lots of money to Saudi Arabia like trillions of dollars in IOU Bonds, wouldn’t it be great if Saudi Arabia could simply disappear? Thus, all your debts also disappear? Saudi Arabia is being thrown under the bus. They are a convenient patsy and definitely deserving in retribution for their role in 9/11. Don’t expect the head of the snake to be exposed, though.
- Obama Administration Makes Stunning Admission: “Seed Money For Al Qaeda Came From Saudi Arabia”
by Tyler Durden, www.zerohedge.com
Following a dramatic deterioration in official diplomatic channels between the US and Saudi Arabia when over the weekend the Saudis threatened the U.S. with dumping billions in Treasuries if Congress were to pass a bill probing into their alleged support of Sept 11 terrorists in the aftermath of last weekend’s 60 Minutes report on the classified “28 pages” from the Septemeber 11 commission, moments ago the Obama administration made a stunning admission, when for the first time it revealed on the record that the Saudis were the original source of funding for Al Qaeda.
As Politico reports, Obama’s deputy national security adviser, Ben Rhodes, while speaking to David Axelrod in Monday’s edition of “The Axe Files” podcast said that the government of Saudi Arabia had paid “insufficient attention” to money that was being funneled into terror groups and fueled the rise of Al Qaeda when he was asked about the validity of the accusation that the Saudi government was complicit in sponsoring terrorism.
At first, he tried to tone down what amount to the first official admission of Saudi involvement in September 11, saying “I think that it’s complicated in the sense that, it’s not that it was Saudi government policy to support Al Qaeda, but there were a number of very wealthy individuals in Saudi Arabia who would contribute, sometimes directly, to extremist groups. Sometimes to charities that were kind of, ended up being ways to launder money to these groups.”