SAUDI’s Framed: Part III

Biden is calling for a Saudi impeachment, coup. 

Deutsche Weil is interviewing a Saudi defector, Prince Khaled Farnhan Al-Saud, regarding the Saudi frame in the disappearance of Khashoggi.  As a defector, Khaled Farnhan declared he was following in the footsteps of MIRA, Movement For Islamic Reform, which was organized by Saad Al Figih to overthrow the Saudi regime.  Khaled Farnhan was granted status in Germany and Saad Al Figih is a resident of London.  In 2005, the US declared MIRA a terrorist organization with connections to al Qaeda. An interesting choice for DW to air in support of the global frenzy to take out Prince Mohammad bin Salman.

Despite the gossip the MSM has spiraled into with regard to Khashoggi and the Turkish “audio and video recording”, no such recording has been released to – anyone, not the US President, not any EU Prime Minister, not to any media.  Why?

If it had existed it would have been released at the initial stages – October 2.  Yet sixteen days later it has not, and if it were to be released at this stage its authenticity would be highly questionable.

So, a coup would seem to be the under current.  And given that the BBC, owned by the UK government, and DW, owned by the German government catering to Soros, are aligned in their “gossip without evidence” – that would indicate they are quietly aligned in this coup attempt.

Why?

Prince Mohammad bin Salman only became the Crown Prince and PM of Saudi Arabia June 2017.  But his tenure has seen enormous changes in a very short time.  He supports a Jewish statehood, supports progressive women’s rights, more lenient laws, nationalist views, and diversification from oil and gas.   While it would seem the people support his initiatives, he most definitely made some enemies along the way – powerful ones. Particularly in his clamp down on corruption and the detention of 320 princes, ministers and businessmen including Al-Waleed bin-Talal, a billionaire and major shareholder whose interests have included  Twitter, News Corp, Amazon, and Citi.   Time Magazine referred to him as the “Arabian Warren Buffet”.   The detainees were all required to pay back a portion of their wealth to the state as retribution for their ‘corruption’.

I imagine they were not terribly happy, and the trickle down effect might have been passed on to other investors…

According to the UN, as the Saudi Prince ramped up investments in the US Silicon Valley tech world to balance the flat oil and gas prices, Qatar and Turkey continued to spiral downward, and as Trump imposed the tax reforms on foreign corporations, total global foreign investment – tanked.  Some people – didn’t care for that shift…

Al-Waleed was a vocal opponent of Trump prior to his election.  By contrast, bin Salman and Trump share some interesting similarities including, Draining The Swamp.  Al-Waleed was a Clinton Foundation top donor.  The missing Khashoggi was the director of Al Arab, a Bahrain network founded by Al-Waleed in 2015 and shut down the next day after violating Bahraini rules of religious and political voice.

In other words, the Old School is raising its horn so as to disrupt the détente between the new Saudi regime and Trump.  Follow The Vendetta would take us from Al-Waleed to Khashoggi to Clinton to Biden to Soros.

In the DW interview, Khaled Farnhan reiterates what Biden stated: Congress will impose sanctions and Trump won’t be able to stop them.  In other words, Congress is a puppet of this Old World School.

Today, the Washington Post released what they term the last column written by Khashoggi just a day before, or perhaps a day after…, his disappearance, submitted by his ‘assistant’ which would be the woman also claiming to be his fiancée, who took over all his media accounts, which Khashoggi’s family and representative son claim is reprehensible, and of course, in the article Khashoggi villainizes Saudi Arabia and hails Qatar as the perfect pillar of society… calling it the ‘old Arab order’ –

Uh-oh, sound familiar?

Governor Jerry Brown recently had a similar scream fit calling for Trump to be taken out for disrupting the World Order…

Migrant Children – Don’t Want To Go Home!

Once again the perspective of the German government media icon, Deutsche Weil, seems somewhat perplexing as they attempt to provide a psychological analysis of migrant children being reunited with parents on the US border.  Apparently, the problem is the fact that many children aren’t too keen about the reunion, and DW would have us believe it is because they have been traumatized as a result of the separation.

Really?

Children don’t want to hug their mothers and fathers, they don’t smile or run and jump into their arms with happiness and glee. Instead they are sullen, distant, and scowling…  Odd.  Or maybe not so odd.

According to Dr. Elizabeth Barnert of UCLA, she warns that children will be angry, feel abandoned, and have life long health problems as a direct result of the US migrant separation policy.  So why isn’t this the case when veterans are deployed overseas and can be away from their children for a year or even more?  Why is it that time and again the veterans are greeted by their children with huge hugs and tears and kisses?   What could possibly be different?

Could it be because their fathers were beating them?  Could it be because they were abused?   Could it be because the sexual abuse they have endured in their homes has left a lifetime of scars?   Could it be because their life in the shelters was actually much more wholesome than the life they will return to?

Years ago when I lived in California, I came to know an immigrant family from Mexico.   Each year they legally submitted an application and paid the fee to have one of their children come to the US.   One child per year.   I remember Anna telling me how hard it was because all the children were being sexually abused by their uncle.  And yet, there was nothing they could do.   It was tortuous.

Could it be that these sad immigrant children reunited with their parents are not showing joy because this is the life we are returning them to at the behest of our outraged Hollywooders and politicians?

DW also cites Dr. Shonkoff who specializes in researching child development from a scientific viewpoint at Harvard.   Oddly, he too is making an analysis without actually interviewing any of the migrant children.   In fact, the basis of his theory could be more impactful in analyzing the development of children who are raised by nannies, day cares and public schools systems instead of by their parents.   The feelings of abandonment and neglect that institutionalizing children creates.  Or perhaps his research could apply to the roughly 150,000 orphans in the US…  But instead, somehow the millions are neglected in order to make a a statement about a few hundred.  Why?

So why would these two esteemed doctors make subjective statements regarding the psychological and health implications about a few immigrant children without conducting any interviews, specific research, or analysis of the life they are returning to? Why would they condemn the possible value that the shelter offered, as a ‘shelter’ from harm?

The cued media response is ‘irreparable harm, brain damage, obesity, and even – cancer!!  WOW!   What about the hundreds of thousands of children that are sent to the US unaccompanied – by their parents?  Hush!

The misplaced outrage is obtusely – misplaced.

Hundreds of migrant children will be traumatized, adversely affected, and Trump is the ultimate target of blame…  But what about the 2.7 million children who have a parent in prison?   Are they victims of brain damage and cancer?  How about the ‘ever increasing’ number of children in foster care now numbering roughly 450,000!   Where is the media outrage?  Where is Hollywood?

In 2008, a NY judge broke with tradition and granted asylum to three Honduran children who were being sexually abused by their relatives in Honduras.  Did any of these esteemed doctors who gave their name to the media as a reference against Trump’s policy research what these children were being sent back to?   Or maybe that reality didn’t fit the anti agenda…

Could it be that these ‘dogooders’ are oblivious to the abuse?   I doubt it.

In 2009, a report was issued that highlighted the fact that child sex abuse is at epidemic levels in Honduras and that statistics place it as one of the highest in the world!  Still it is below El Salvador…  Oh that’s right, many of the migrant children we are sending back home come from El Salvador too.

In 2006, UNICEF issued a scathing report in which it claimed that 40 million children younger than 15 were victims of violence, abuse and neglect in Latin America and the Caribbean alone!   And most of the violence takes place in the HOME.

HUSH.

Maybe that’s why these children aren’t looking too happy when they are reunited with their fathers, uncles and family…  This is what they are returning to as a result of the media, the outraged Liberals, and the Hollywood elite who throw pennies on the problem all the while derailing Trump.   Where are the politicians now who sought to see their name in print, the face plastered on papers as a guardian for youth?   Because it would appear by all accounts that what has been accomplished is to return these children to a living hell.

Are they protecting the children – or are they putting them to – a living death?  Were the Shelters the only safety they have ever known…