9/11: 3000 Americans for Three Saudi Princes

Don’t know what to make of this. But it comes from Walid Shoebat, who is usually right. The implications are severe.

New details about the Troubling Omissions of Saudi Arabia’s wealthy from 9/11 Commission Report

Walid Shoebat and Ben Barrack

What is a Saudi prince worth?

The answer is one Saudi prince is worth 1000 Americans. Evidence suggests it’s a simple mathematical equation involving a deal being struck between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia that included the deaths of three Saudi princes who met very suspicious ends in July of 2002, within days of each other.

The Clintons with Prince bin Salman:

 Whenever there is treason, corruption and depravity, slick Willie and his egregious wife are deeply involved. The Clintons with racehorse owner and Saudi Prince Ahmed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, one of the three Saudi princes featured in Walid Shoebat’s report (below) who were thought to be financiers of 9/11, and who died within days of each other in 2002. 

Diana West’s post:

Whitewashing 9/11, Whitewashing Saud Arabia

4 thoughts on “9/11: 3000 Americans for Three Saudi Princes”

  1. Geez, thanks, as if all the crap from islam on a daily basis wasn’t enough, now the realization that the infestation of traitors & murders from within & without is far, far worse than I ever imagined has to be dealt with. In a sane world the gallows would be brimming with the bodies of these traitors. Instead they hold power. Is there no end to the sedition & treason ?
    I spit on the Saudis & all their friends. I spit on all the traitors , quislings & useful idiots who promote this cultural suicide so that they may personally prosper. I hope there is a judgement day & I pray there is a hell and I fervently hope that soon the people will rise up and put an end to all of this..

  2. @So?

    Agree. Everything that you said was spot on and sadly true.

    I am with you, a curse upon the families of the traitors for a thousand years.

  3. One thing is for sure which is since the eleventh anniversary of the jihadist afront on America and humankind has come and gone it would be wise to have both Foritiude and vigilance. Forthe jihadist ememy is still scheming for a future attack. This may be put in another way, by the words of the thired President of theUnited States, ThomasJefferson, they are worth remembering. They are “Fortitude…teaches us to meet andsumount difficultits; not to fly from them.” and “Let the eye of vigilance never be closed.”

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