Saudi Prince Alwaleed Builds Border Wall To Keep Out Syrians While Calling Candidate Donald Trump a “Disgrace” for Keeping out Syrians….

This is one of those dynamic arguments you’ll never see the leftist U.S. media bring up because the essence of their underlying ideology is only to promote those things that tear down America.

File photo of Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal in Kabul

DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has called Donald Trump a disgrace to the United States following his call for a ban on Muslims entering the country, and demanded the Republican front-runner withdraw from the U.S. presidential race.

Trump triggered an international uproar when he made his comments in response to last week’s deadly shootings in California by two Muslims who authorities said were radicalized.

“You are a disgrace not only to the GOP but to all America,” Prince Alwaleed, the chairman of Kingdom Holding, said on his Twitter account, addressing Trump and referring to the Republican Party.

“Withdraw from the U.S presidential race as you will never win,” the prince added.  (link)

saudi prince tweet

Now consider this.

The same Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is building a massive 1000km border wall to keep Syrian and Iraqi refugees out of his country.

saudi border wall 2

saudi border wall

 

The refugees are unwanted and refused, while the Saudi kingdom sits on a structured, and empty, tent city capable of housing over 1,000,000 Muslim refugees:

Saudi arabia tents

But Prince Alwaleed refuses to allow the refugees entry.

Who is the real “disgrace“?

Donald Trump suit

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222 Responses to Saudi Prince Alwaleed Builds Border Wall To Keep Out Syrians While Calling Candidate Donald Trump a “Disgrace” for Keeping out Syrians….

  1. Martin says:

    Unreal

    Liked by 6 people

  2. kinthenorthwest says:

    Figures…Isn’t it amazing how none of middle eastern Muslim countries won’t take these refugees.
    Sharing Sundance..

    Liked by 7 people

    • TwoLaine says:

      Do as I say, not as I do.

      Liked by 4 people

    • auscitizenmom says:

      Isn’t that just like none of them wanted the Palestinians?

      Liked by 6 people

    • Guest says:

      A Kuwaiti politician appeared on Middle East television and explained why the Gulf States won’t accept Syrian refugees-
      — They come from different cultures and won’t assimilate.

      Video:

      http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/12/trump-schools-pompous-saudi-prince-has-your-country-taken-any-of-the-syrian-refugees/

      On Sunday Donald Trump responded to the Saudi Prince in epic fashion.

      "@Michael2014abc: @Alwaleed_Talal @realDonaldTrump Has your country, Saudi Arabia, taken ANY of the Syrian refugees? If not, why not?"
      
      — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 13, 2015
      

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Well they aren’t assimilating into American culture either 😮

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        • Hmmmm. Then maybe we should be listening to Muslims – experts on Islam – about the wisdom of not bringing in non-assimilating Muslims!

          Oh, this is too good. Trump is going to have fun with the stiffs on Tuesday!

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          • wondering999 says:

            And…. the leaders in our country have to get with the program about “assimilation” also. For decades (since the 1990s?) a big raft of professors, politicians and others have pushed an anti-assimilation message. They need to hear from the public about this, every time the topic appears in a textbook, classroom or program (especially at teacher colleges)

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          • lastConservinIllinois?ami says:

            I hope so.
            If I could be his speech writer just for one instance, it would be for his closings statement in this week’s debate, and it would go something like this:

            “My felliow Americans, my fellow law abiding America loving citizens, this one’s for all the marbles – there will be no “next time” if we do not do what is right and just THIS time.
            If your concern is for America first and the rest of the world somewhere after that, I’m your man.
            if you’re tired of voting for one bought and paid for lifetime politician after another, I’m your man.
            Oh, and all you main stream media wh * res who wouldn’t know an honest thought if it walked up and bit you in your * ss – see you at the polls, B* TCHES !!!
            (arms raised) BOOM !!!”

            (and then Trump would walk off the stage as camera pans to Carly and she mumbles “the Donald has left the building ….”)

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      • Nanny G says:

        The oil-rich Muslim nations don’t ALLOW any imported people to ”assimilate,” folks.
        They keep them from EVER becoming citizens.
        Even should a Saudi prince get an indentured servant girl pregnant the baby is NOT a citizen.
        The small cadre of Muslims who run these oil-rich nations don’t want to share their wealth equally.
        They only want to dole out a minimum to whatever the rest of their population absolutely needs….not wants.
        An ”assimilated” Syrian population would be demanding jobs, pay, educations, medical and voting rights.
        One vote with them included would be the end to Saudi princely rule!

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        • wondering999 says:

          This is not emphasized enough. I have listened to students who were born in places like Indonesia and and the princedoms around Saudi Arabia (Abu Dhabi?) if your mother is a citizen, but your father is not, fuggedaboutit, no citizenship for you.

          Someone needs to research and compile a list of places that do not accept foreign fathers, period. I’d volunteer, but the kids are keeping me too busy right now…

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  3. Serpentor says:

    How come these characters always demonize us for wanting to do what they themselves do?

    Liked by 4 people

    • MTeresa says:

      Because the lame stream media lets them get away with it.

      Liked by 10 people

    • auscitizenmom says:

      Because that is how they live in their own country. They feel entitled to whatever they want and to h3ll with the poor people.

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    • Because they think infidels are fit only to be slaves. One law for Muslims, slavery, terror or death for everyone else.The way they see it, if it weren’t for those pesky, uppity infidels, Saudi Arabia could rule the world. In reality, if it weren’t for those pesky infidels, the industrial revolution would never have happened, the oil would never have been drilled, and the House of Saud would still be poverty-stricken, sand-eating barbarians.

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      • Jenny R. says:

        It isn’t just infidels that Wahhabi Sunni Saudis look down upon. They really do consider themselves the purest of the pure, the best of the best.
        The poster above who said they felt entitled to everything was correct — they keep slaves (well, workers who somehow never make it home and can have their hands and feet chopped off, raped, forced to convert etc.). And they have thrown their money after politicians all over the world — and colleges and think tanks — so everyone leaps to do the Saudis bidding, thus bolstering their high opinions of themselves.
        Of course, not all Saudis are treated the same: only the Wahhabi Sunnis, in particular the ones related tribally to the house of Saud . There is a sizeable minority of Shia on their west coast (and many of them are far more pro Assad and Iran). The Saudis have bankrolled and encouraged IS, but they can’t risk Syrians who may know this and hate their guts for it within their country (and possibly linking up with the Shia already there).

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    • WSB says:

      We let them get away with it. No more. Cold, cold anger.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. james23 says:

    File under: Things that will never be reported on Faux News, CBS, ABC or NBC.

    Liked by 8 people

  5. tappin52 says:

    Isn’t this the guy that sent a sizable check to NYC after 9/11 just to have Rudy Giuliani send it back to him because of some offensive remarks about how US policy contributed to the attacks?

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    • If not, that’s TWO Saudi royals who deserve to see bombs falling on their evil empire. Or $5/barrel oil and thorium reactors everywhere – same thing only more painful. Send the sand nazis back to the dunes.

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      • annieoakley says:

        Good idea.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Doktor Bill says:

        Yes! Thorium reactors.

        Liked by 3 people

      • booger71 says:

        We have enough oil/natural gas and coal to keep the U.S. flush in energy for hundreds of years. Make the middle east princes goat herders again.

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        • Uniparty investments. It’s the only thing standing in the way.

          Heck – I think some of these Bushes need to reacquaint with the checkout counter at the grocery store. They can clutch their purses and wallets while we roll out eyes at Dindu Nuffins claiming he gave the lady a twenty. Afraid to move, as the swarthy males with terminal unibrow take their cart full of cell phones to the next lane down.

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      • Exactly. After the 1970s oil embargo, the West should have started building reactors by the hundred. Total independence from foreign oil would have been achieved by now, relegating those clowns to the irrelevance they deserve.

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        • They called in Jane Fonda and Jack Lemmon to kill that one.

          Everything makes sense now.

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        • BobNoxious says:

          Interesting rumor about the embargo… I once read that in the late 60s the Shah told either Nixon or Johnson that he would supply oi for$1 per barrel in perpetuity so long as we supplied him with F14s and other military gear. The deal was rejected in large part b/c whichever president it was offered to thought it would harm the ongoing Texas oil boom.

          Ever since I heard that it has stuck with me as a huge “if we’d only said yes”… Who knows what the world would look like today.

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          • Mike says:

            The shah got the F14s from Nixon, then Carter gave us his peanut gallery & brain trust’s answers. Jimmy and our MSM told us how horrible the shah and SAVAK were. Now that we’ve seen the imams and SAVAMA in action, we know it would be a much better world the other way.

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            • BobNoxious says:

              There is no doubt Carter was an idiot but I don’t know if the House of Pahlavi would’ve lasted much longer regardless- he (Carter) certainly did not help the Shah, some would argue he intentionally inflamed things to oust him but he never expected it to happen so fast or that Khomeini would’ve been so popular.

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      • Rudy Bowen says:

        I, for one, would love to see all those towers in Dubai and elsewhere collapsing back into the sand dunes, with the ‘princes’ inside.

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    • Curry Worsham says:

      Yes.
      From NY Slimes:
      Mr. Giuliani initially accepted the check, as he has several times from government and private industry leaders. Along with it was a letter from the prince, in which he expressed his condolences for “the loss of life that the City of New York has suffered.”

      The letter added, “I would also like to condemn all forms of terrorism and in doing so I am reiterating Saudi Arabia’s strong stance against these tragic and horrendous acts.”

      What the letter did not say was what a press release attached to a copy of the letter did: “However, at times like this one, we must address some of the issues that led to such a criminal attack. I believe the government of the United States of America should re-examine its policies in the Middle East and adopt a more balanced stance towards the Palestinian cause.” The press release attributed the statement to the prince.

      ” `Our Palestinian brethren continue to be slaughtered at the hands of Israelis while the world turns the other cheek,’ Prince Alwaleed stressed,” the release read.

      http://www.nytimes.com/2001/10/11/nyregion/11CND-PRIN.html

      Trump should include him in the ban.

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      • Dixie says:

        I think that nutbutt spends a lot of time in this country and that would SERVE HIM RIGHT!

        Liked by 4 people

      • Mike says:

        I think the Zionism issue should not be dismissed so easily.

        I grew up with “nice Jews”, people who were moderate, professional and pretty well assimilated although maintaining their cultural identity and temples in the background. Later, in high school summer programs I met the hawkishly aggressive, unassimilated NYC kind with some really bad habits and attitudes. Since then Israel’s little checked expansion and dispossessions do give me pause about that being part of the ME problem.

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        • vdorta says:

          I hope you don’t take your personal experience with a few people to be valid for an entire ethnia or religion. I only want to address here what you call its “little checked expansion and dispossessions”

          Ever since the 1920s, Zionist Jews and later Israelis have offered and/or accepted, several times, solutions to the conflict. All of them were rejected by Palestinians and Arabs. Bill Clinton is on record blaming Yasser Arafat for the failure of the 2000 Camp David accord.
          Israel conquered territory after winning wars imposed on them by its Arab enemies.
          There are more than 50 regions in the world being disputed by two or more states, but only Palestine is called “occupied.” The UN doesn’t care about the Russian occupation of Könisberg (Kaliningrad), the Turkish occupation of North Cyprus, the Moroccan occupation of Saharawi Arab Republic in North Africa, the Turkish/Iraqi/Iranian occupation of Kurdistan, etc.
          Under international law, Israel has as many reasons as the Palestinians to ownership of the territories, because there wasn’t any sovereign state in possession of them before the 1967 war. It doesn’t matter that Europe and the UN call them occupied, they are disputed.

          I wrote a short history of the Israeli-Muslim conflict that I would be happy to send to you if you want.

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        • Curry Worsham says:

          I think the Caliphate issue should not be dismissed so easily.

          There are “nice Muslims”, people who are moderate, professional and pretty well assimilated although maintaining their cultural identity and mosques in the background. There are also the hawkishly aggressive, unassimilated kind with some really bad habits and attitudes. The Radical Islamist’s little checked expansion and dispossessions are at the heart of the ME problem. See vdorta below.

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    • JeremyR says:

      Technically, Clinton policy did contribute to the attacks. We should never have allowed any in the country to begin with.

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  6. MMinLamesa says:

    These Saudis are parasites-they have the unbelievable good fortune to have literally trillions of dollars of wealth a few feet under their shoes and they use it to spread their fanatical ideology by funding “mosques” world wide in the cause of a pedophile.

    Yet were it not for this found wealth, they would be living in tents and warming themselves with goat dung like they have for centuries because they have created nothing. Not a damn thing.

    You can bet your ass we NEVER see President Trump bowing to these craven people.

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  7. ScruffyLeon says:

    When Trump wins in 2016, it’s going to be us against the world. But we can do this and should.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    The only group of people in the world that need to get their house in order are the Muslims — they need to drop the 7th century junk , grow up, and join the rest of us in the enlightened 21st century. With all we have learned by trial and error over the past 1400 years who in their right mind would follow Sharia Law today?

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    • kittycat77 says:

      It wouldn’t bother the libs at first to have Sharia because they think nothing will touch them. Then reality would set in and they would be regretting. After that, they would be begging.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Notmeagain says:

        A lot of them would be dead. Sometimes that’s what it takes to get rid of a paradigm.

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      • JeremyR says:

        The liberal knows deep in his heart that he is evil and that the deaths of millions of children are on his hands. GOD is using the mooslimes just like he did the Medes. Persians and Babylonians to punish Israel.

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        • Jett Black says:

          I think you’ve got something there. I shudder to think of what will come after the church is raptured. It’s why I never pray or even wish for Jesus to come–there are so many who still need to be saved!

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          • JeremyR says:

            While the notion of a rapture is a nice one, I do not think it is Biblically correct. It is given to man once to die, and then to be judged, but most important, only two men have been taken bodily in to Heaven. Enoch, and Elijah. Even Moses and Paul had to suffer death. What manner of man am I that GOD would grant me such a relief when so many saint greater than I have suffered immeasurably for their faith?
            N0, the body of the Church are those revealed by the fifth seal, those who wait beneath the alter and cry out, “How long oh LORD until you avenge us?” That is the fate of the Church. It will not be a bodily taking up, but I believe rather a mass extermination. Jesus left us many instructions that would be moot if a rapture were the case.
            Many people are not preparing for his coming because they believe they will be taken away.

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            • I tend to agree, from the point of view of my rather unique interpretation of scripture. Whatever happens will mostly if not entirely accord with currently known physical laws, because those laws are relatively unimportant. It is the spiritual yield that God seeks. We should also not assume time scales that make easy sense to us, because God operates on the whole, not merely within the whole.

              One thing I was always struck by was the fact that the Branch Davidians were obsessed with interpreting Revelations. They didn’t even have to be right – they just might have done something right eventually. The point being that the pattern of cutting off future paths is how the other side operates, having to work within physical processes and certain other constraints. The people at Waco may have been an early instance of what you’re talking about. One fiber in a larger tapestry.

              Interesting stuff, but it’s not what’s important. That may be the greatest not-entirely-explicit lesson from Christ – that the emergent simple truths which a child can understand are far more important than the celestial machinery behind them.

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              • JeremyR says:

                GOD works with in the frame work of the known laws because to do otherwise reveals himself. such a revelation deprives the person to whom it was revealed of free choice. If you saw an angel with a flaming sword standing on a bridge, would you try to cross that bridge?

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            • adoubledot says:

              Jeremy, doesn’t 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 describe the rapture?

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            • Rudy Bowen says:

              Hope it’s OK if I exterminate as many of the exterminators as I can get my grubby paws on.

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              • JeremyR says:

                Better to do it long distance. If you are close enough to get your “grubby paws” on them you are in the blast radius of their bomb vest.

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    • georgiafl says:

      There is another group that needs to get its house in order. This group also has a tall wall, security and limited immigration, but wants us to open our borders and start letting every sort of illegal into the USA..

      Their Head of State is planning to come to the US Southern Border in order to challenge our immigration laws and sovereignty and to try to scold and shame us some more.

      To Pope Francis, I say, clean up your own house. Until then, you have no moral authority.

      My gosh, a Cardinal had to resign due to scandal before Francis could even be elected. Two RC Archbishops in my state had to resign due to s3xual scandals.
      Children all over the world have been damaged by these predators. No son or grandson of mine would be allowed in a room alone with them.

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  9. kinthenorthwest says:

    Very good video on Obama and CAIR(I apologize if its been posted before). It especially goes into the ones that are Obama advisers.

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  10. TwoLaine says:

    He’a a charmer ladies. Probably needs a few more wives if anyone is lookin’.

    EXCLUSIVE: ‘I am a prince and I do what I want.’ Cocaine-crazed Saudi royal ‘threatened to kill Los Angeles mansion staff who watched him being pleasured by male aide’
    Prince Majed bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, 29, made unwanted sexual advances at three female workers, court documents reveal
    ‘He held parties between September 21 and September 22 where cocaine was used, alcohol was consumed and escorts were brought in,’ they claim
    ‘Tomorrow I will have a party with you and you will do everything I want or I will kill you,’ prince is accused of saying to worker, a married mom
    The women say they tried to leave the mansion but were locked in by Al Saud’s aides
    Prince Majed was arrested last month and accused of forced oral copulation of an adult after neighbors spotted crying and bleeding woman
    By RUTH STYLES IN LOS ANGELES FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
    PUBLISHED: 14:40 EST, 20 October 2015 | UPDATED: 15:25 EST, 20 October 2015

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3281354/I-prince-want-Saudi-royal-Prince-Majed-bin-Abdullah-bin-Abdulaziz-Al-Saud-accused-cocaine-fueled-rage-threatened-kill-Los-Angeles-mansion-staff-watched-pleasured-male-aide.html

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  11. max110 says:

    We’ve been way too cozy with the Saudies. I really hope Trump will bring this up at debate. Cut off all aide to these countries . Europe is conquered and we’re next.

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    • annieoakley says:

      Yep.

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    • Prince Jebba al Busharraf is toast. Trump OWNS him on the issue of Saudi influence, which is the lifeline of Islamic terror in the world.

      Jebba’s bros in Saudi Arabia are like the engine of globalist shenanigans, who plan to sabotage their employers and walk with the goods, as they sneak their toxic brand of Islam into the globalist solutions.

      Enough already! Two asteroids on Brussels and Riyadh will save the need for a third on Washington!

      OK – everybody – listen up. A new low in CFR treachery. Note that Jeb and Keb keep calling for a “coalition”. A great “coalition”. Oh, yeah. We know what that is. A way to cover for Saudi treachery – to make them a blameless instant ally, and keep them out of the crosshairs of righteous blame. No matter how things flame up in the ME, Riyadh walks. Yeah. I think we’ve figured out how this works.

      WELL – it ain’t gonna work this time.

      Riyadh owns Jeb, Keb, Cankles, and more. But not Trump. Deal with it, CFR plotters against America!

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      • Notmeagain says:

        When the Purdue part of this works, which it hasn’t been for me lately, you get a nice graphic. Otherwise go to the “View Text Only” line, blue at the bottom right. Design your devastation!
        http://www.purdue.edu/impactearth

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      • Dixie says:

        Plus one gazillion ! Won’t it be a wonder to see them all put down.

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        • Now I know why Trump kept bringing up the PACs, and dead silence coming back from the stiffs. I’ll bet there’s dirty money sneaking into those SuperPACs, and no way that Barack Hussein Osaudi is going to stop it.

          Trump has ultimate brand differentiation.

          “So tell me, Hillary. I was looking at the numbers for this Clinton Global Initiative – that’s CGI – not to be confused with CFR – that’s another organization – we’ll talk about them later – and so anyway, Hillary – I was looking at these numbers, and – you know – they just don’t add up – but – now wait a minute – just wait a minute, now – before we get to that, I noticed something. And you know me – I’m good with numbers. VERY good with numbers. Right? Am I right? And – I mean – if you add up the numbers? And look at when they changed? See right here? I have the numbers with me. And RIGHT HERE is the country. I’m looking down in the middle at “S” – as in Saudi Arabia. Why is that in the middle? “S” is near the end of the alphabet! But there’s a LOT of “S”. A LOT. So much. Can you explain that? Because – well – it doesn’t make much sense to me. And wait till you see “R”! I gotta tell you, Hillary – the numbers! Aye-yi-yi. Not good.”

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    • parteagirl says:

      If they’re sitting on all that oil, what do they need our aid for anyway?

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    • dick8johnson says:

      There are other who we have been FORCED!! to be cozy with.

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  12. bertdilbert says:

    I have been waiting for Trump to beat the prince back with the wall to keep Muslims out of Saudi Arabia. It is too juicy of a hypocritical position for Trump to let slide.

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    • A rhetorical nuking of Riyadh for the next year will save a real one later. It’s time to pull the white robes off these proxy bombers and let the world see them for what they are – influence peddlers who are spreading radical Islam around the world with their satanic blood money.

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  13. TwoLaine says:

    Saudi prince busted with two tons of ISIS drug and cocaine on his private plane: officials
    By Sophia Rosenbaum
    October 28, 2015

    http://nypost.com/2015/10/28/saudi-prince-busted-with-two-tons-of-isis-drug-and-cocaine-on-his-private-plane-officials/

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    • Trump should just crop-dust Jeb and Cankles with this stuff.

      OMG – I think these Sheik Yerbouti princes just put every GOPe debate prep person on ISIS drug, as they furiously re-write talking points for Tuesday. It’s delicious. The stiffs can’t say word one about their paymasters in Riyadh. The commuglobalist squealing is going to be precious. I can hear it now – but no hints. Wouldn’t want the flack boys and girls in Washington not to earn their tainted Saudi money.

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  14. annieoakley says:

    Those tents look EXACTLY like the ceiling/roof at DIA which is rife with all kinds of weird New World Order signs, murals art work.

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  15. Muskrat says:

    “Alwaleed, considered the richest man in the Middle East and a nephew of the late King Abdullah, is a major investor in both 21st Century Fox, in which his company Kingdom Holdings is the second-largest voting shareholder with a 6.6 percent stake, and Twitter, in which it is said to hold more than 3 percent. Earlier this year, the investment vehicle sold a stake in News Corp. valued at $190 million and reduced its holding to around 1 percent.”
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/billionaire-fox-shareholder-calls-donald-848272

    Yeah, this Muslim should be heeded!

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  16. ediegrey says:

    So what exactly is the story on Bush, 9/11 and the Saudis – I found this – nobody ever talks about it: http://nypost.com/2013/12/15/inside-the-saudi-911-coverup/

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    • Dixie says:

      This certainly proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that islam is a rotten ideology which gives mooslims carte blanche to pretend to be something they are not when surreptitiously all they really want is to kill us, make slaves of us or have us convert to their ideology TO INCLUDE the Saudi royals. Although they look down their noses at the immoral lifestyle which our country has begun to perpetrate, thanks to the liberals and progressives, they love coming here to wallow in the perversion.

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  17. keebler AC says:

    Really!!

    So, Prince Alwaleed is a taquiya player. He wants muslim terrorists to immigrate to the USA under the cover of equality for dark religions, while he can live in freedom from the same dark religion.

    Let’s remember that Alwaleed owns part of News Corp which owns Fox and we have our answer for why Megyn is a female sell out to muslims and Sharia Law.

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  18. Mr.Right says:

    The tip of a massive iceberg.

    Why do you guy think Trump want to re-open the 9/11 investigation ?

    This is, among all Trump stance on radical muslim (saudi arabia is the definition of radical islam), is what is freaking out those “Royals” because if the entire truth about their country comes out, American will be begging Trump to wipe this place of the surface of the earth….

    From former US Senator Bob Graham, member of the 9/11 Congressional Intelligence Committee:


    For years I have been campaigning for the release of the 2002 Joint Congressional Intelligence Committee 9/11 Inquiry’s report, to no avail.
    These missing pages point to the direct involvement of the government of Saudi Arabia. Why are these being kept secret? Who has to gain from these games of secrecy?
    I have read these documents myself and if the American public knew what was in these documents, there would be a revolution tomorrow in the streets of America.

    Americans deserve to know the truth.

    They are purposefully poisoning our countries and way of life… And its a one way street.

    All uncheck, because the people in power (in the US and Europe) are addicted to their investment money, and oil.

    Only Trump seem to be ready to tell them to stop, or faces dire consequences.

    The fact that we cannot forget.. We dont need them, they need us.
    So we have no obligation to sacrifice our values to accept ANY of their islamic/jihad policies and agenda.

    Anyone wanting to form their own opinion on islam and understand this ideology/political system, this is the best resource possible.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Uu4XnRS1hiz3JCpNFIuUg/videos

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    • ediegrey says:

      Thank you – it is Trump who got me wondering about Saudi Arabia, how can we be friends with them if they are funding the terrorism?? And why does no one mention it. Except Trump, of course.

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      • phil fan says:

        Money, Saudi oil bucks paid for years to Bush, Clinton, and Obama on the take since Reagan. It’s a goldmine and these corrupt pols want it to continue. To hell with America.

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        • Dixie says:

          Makes you wonder why they would sell their souls for money and power unless by the mere fact of being “elites” they think they would not be subjected to slavery or sharia law like the rest of us would. This is so disgusting.

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          • phil fan says:

            Saudi and other money (China, etc) has been corrupting our clever leaders since Donald was single (snort) and by now after 2 Bushes, Billy Bob and His Highness they figure they must be untouchable if not Gods, by God. But as we know God is good and justice is never evaded forever. Praying for the Power of God to protect Donald and America.

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        • ediegrey says:

          I guess the media and most politicians are in on it too??

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          • The thing is, they don’t even have to realize it. Without the ability to question, the truth can never be found. Some people are just “in” on things, because to think anything else would be “crazy”. It’s like PC. We’re bigots, no matter what. Cross the PC definition of racist anywhere, and you’re a racist everywhere. Our society has been massively dumbed down. Most media people just accept a certain form of reality that passes muster with the Democrat party, and that’s it. Finito. They’re “in on it”, and they don’t even know it.

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          • phil fan says:

            Yes Edie in one way or another all the forces attacking Donald are tainted by money. It really has gotten transparent!

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            • I’m starting to think that the CFR itself is awash in Saudi money – and that explains the massive failure of the Western world in identifying and dealing with radical Islam. With political academia on the tab, worldwide and a few profs deep, they control the allowed messages.

              Good grief. I can’t believe I never allowed myself to realize this. I think it was a very successful first defense – the idea that we needed the oil, so just don’t go beyond the initial question. We’re allies! Never think betrayal. It couldn’t be.

              WRONG.

              Interesting. Were Cankles and Sid counting Saudi cash on the fall of Libya?

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  19. BobNoxious says:

    Wait a second, Trump’s statement was to place a temporary ban on ALL Muslims (non US Citizen) traveling to the United States; not simply Syrians. There are a number of legit things to call out the Saudis for doing, sure, but this attempt at highlighting hypocrisy is not properly framed.

    As I’ve said since first hearing about Trump’s proposal, why on earth is he calling for a Muslim ban as opposed to a ban on all immigration across the board- or from certain hot spots (which he’s essentially rolled it back to in interviews over the week)? And the answer I keep coming back to is that Trump wanted the exposure that came with the more bombastic “all Muslim” ban. He certainly judged the media response well.

    However, I don’t think he thought out the response from international leaders, most importantly our allies. Already these statements have cost him a meeting w/ the King of Jordan & Israel’s Netanyahu. I know we all like to think we don’t need these allies, etc., but reality says otherwise. We can’t have a president that is unable to travel or meet with leaders to for, coalitions.

    Trump is a smart man & I’m sure he’ll manage to smooth things over, but there are lessons to be learned from this week. It would foolish and arrogant to think otherwise. We are all humans and none of us are infallible, even Trump.

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    • Jason says:

      All immigration = economic reasons. Muslim immigration = specific security threat.
      Maybe Trump should be pushing for across the board immigration ban… but which IYO would you consider the more important aspect to tackle?

      For me, the security risk is the clear winner, even though the practicality of across the board seems like an easier ‘sell’. Trump sees the treat and is taking it head on, despite the fact he had to know that the rhetoric in response would be tremendous.

      Who do you think will have more allies if we continue with our spineless policy of appeasing our enemies? Hell, Iraq is ready to kick us out of country, this when the country is in shambles and their sworn enemies are ‘helping’ defend them… that’s how bad things have gotten.

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    • Well, I personally think Trump put it right over the sweet spot of media outrage and voter approval. He can re-schmooze the world stiffs when he’s POTUS! 😉

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      • phil fan says:

        Not only that, the muslims are the epicenter of violence worldwide. Time we Americans discuss this plague and encourage a worldwide ‘evaluation’ of these problem people. Then we can get on with the business of making America great again.

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      • Dixie says:

        It’s great, imo, that Trump is putting the American people before the world’s stiffs. If Trump returns the military to it’s former “might”, those stiffs will need us a whole lot more than we need them.

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    • sunspots7 says:

      I think you sell Trump short. He has a lot of business interests and property in the ME. Surely he anticipated there would be blow-back. Like his joint venture building the golf course. They immediately took the Trump name off the sign – which is what the MSM was quick to report — but today they put it back — which the MSM hasn’t reported. Can you say sue them into oblivion.

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      • BobNoxious says:

        I don’t sell him short at all; I do questions some of his advisors though. I tend to think they’ll get him into more trouble than he’ll get into on his own.

        Regardless, the fact remains it’s good for nobody wanting to win 1600 Penn and Make America Great Again if we can’t even get PM Netanyahu to meet with our potential potus. There’s time for it to buff out but at some point he’s got to back off the “wow that’ll get’em flipped out” approach to owning a cycle.

        An active duty buddy of mine said there is a joke going around now about how soon the military will tire of going to defcon1 every time a Pres trump speaks.

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        • wondering999 says:

          Bobnoxious — Netanyahu has his own political uprisings and conflicted government to deal with. I’m suspect Trump can talk with Netanyahu whenever they both want. Also, both of them are realistic. Israel was a very socialist country that took a hard-right turn after pizzeria, disco, coffee shop bombings like Boston. At a certain point most people say “enough”, shut down their borders, build walls and check incoming visitors carefully.

          I also hear that Israeli media (like media here) are misrepresenting Trump. We need some fluent Hebrew-speaking Trumpites to get on Israeli media ,and get the truth told.

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        • ediegrey says:

          It seems to me that every time Trump gets everybody “flipped out” (seems like a pattern here) there is good reason for what he has said – and if he didn’t say it the way he does, the media could ignore it. We have a security issue here – Americans do not feel safe. Something must be done – and done soon if you ask me. Plus, nobody can ignore Trump, that is for sure.

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        • lastConservinIllinois? says:

          Get him into trouble?
          You mean ‘into trouble’ like sitting atop every non-rigged poll with double the numbers of his nearest competitor?
          Into trouble like putting thousands – sometime tens of thousands – of people into his rally venues?

          His ‘into trouble’ scenarios are exactly why he has such a massive following.

          And the rest of the world leaders will come around once he takes office – or else the money stops flowing.
          Happens EVERY time.

          You are worried about nothing-ness.

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      • judyw says:

        “sell Trump short” because when you listen to him say that he had to bring it up. It needs to be talked about. His Muslim friends agree everyone needs to talk about it and so far no one has been willing. If he had been less definitive, we would be having a whole different conversation and the media would likely be on to another topic.
        Alinsky Rule # 13 seems to fit here: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”

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        • wondering999 says:

          I’m more worried about Muslim friends/associates who are likely to be targeted after more San Bernadino/Boston/Chattanooga/Fort Hood type of incidents. As Trump says, there is a problem, and it does need to be investigated and addressed. Where are these people coming from? If Tashmeen Malik had been posting jihadist props on Facebook and was “waivered” through to San Bernadino, there’s something badly wrong. Until that wrong is righted and common sense vetting goes back into place, they have to shut down the process. Trump is exactly right in a normal non-lying universe. Even liars know that (although few will admit to knowing Trump makes total sense)

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          • Honestly, I think that conservatives are discovering that non-violent uprising is really working. So much so, that people like Dylann Roof seem more and more like either psychos or psy-ops. We’re winning spiritually by simply doing nothing physically.

            Let the MuzzTerr bomb us into closing the borders! Let them bomb us further, and we’ll send them to Mecca permanently, with cash to go. MuzzTerr are winning the war FOR US, by their actions, and by us following Christ, as long as we can keep MuzzPrez from hiding their evil.

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    • Malatrope says:

      I think this is very well thought out. It allows him to lead people to the right conclusions – now he is asking, “Where did all this hate come from? Why is this happening?”

      Eventually, he will draw the corners of the argument tight, and the answer (Islam) will be obvious to everybody. Very slick.

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    • Jack Long says:

      His statement regarding banning Muslim immigrants until the vetting procedure was repaired was in response to the SB killings, which had nothing to do with Syrians and everything to do with Muslim ideology.

      With Netanyahu, Arab MK’s were in outrage mode a few levels above normal, so I think he and Trump decided to forego the friendly visit due to the bad optics. Trump did say he would go when he was president, which would be a state visit. Arabs could protest that, but Netanyahu would have the state visit as a cover..

      As far as upsetting our allies go, Obama is doing a damn good job with that with his Muslim friendly approach. IIRC, Saudis, et al, refused to go to a Camp David meeting a few years back to discuss Syria strategy.

      A statement meant to emphasize concern for the safety of citizens, regardless of far up or down how it moves the normal Muslim outrage meter, doesn’t bother me.

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      • phil fan says:

        Agree, very well said Jack

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      • BobNoxious says:

        Of course Obama has been terrible and left our traditional allies (almost always the monarchies/strongman) type twisting in the wind. It’s terrible. But popping off and making ones self too hot to touch is just as bad. It’s another extreme. I have faith he’ll moderate his tone it he’s elected. But let’s be honest about what’s going on here. I see a lot of self rationalization when it comes to Trump.

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        • Jack Long says:

          Trump’s statement dealt with SB massacre, Israeli Arab MKs outraged and Arab nations refuse to attend Camp David aren’t verifiable facts?

          Sounds like a logical sequence refuting your assumptions rather than a rationalization.

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        • AmyB says:

          I don’t know BobNoxious, seems to me that a majority of Americans seem to agree with him.I think our children and grandchildren will wind up being eternally grateful to MrTrump for addressing the border and immigration catastrophe in this country. Since jihad is a muslim issue, that is a good place to start. The reality is, without Trump and his “wow, that’ll get them flipped out ” approach (your words, not mine), protecting our country from imported terrorists wouldn’t even be discussed right now.

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    • yohio says:

      Bull, you call out people, just like Kennedy did with Khrushchev. They need US way more then we need them. You lead from a position of strength and they will come back to us! You always look for reasons to criticize Trump

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    • SharonKinDC says:

      Did you watch the entirety of the last Iowa rally, which was a Q/A? At one point, with a grin on his face, he said something to the effect that he chooses what he says and HOW he says it… iow, this ‘announcement’ was deliberate. Because w/ have an Islam problem, specific to terrorism, that isn’t represented by any other group. With a blanket statement, the PC crowd would approve. He didn’t want their approval. Isn’t that what the UniParty has been doing for YEARS? Watering down everything regarding takfiri behavior by blaming the victims, old history (crusades/colonialism) etc? Nope. He dropped that landmine deliberately…and low and behold, what has happened? Among the public on SM a LOT of commentary about the ROP not being so peaceful. He hit that one out of the park.

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    • Jenny R. says:

      You do realize that most of our terrorism problem here is being instigated by Saudi muslims, and Somali muslims are some of the most savage practitioners, and Pakistani…in short, if you don’t ban them all you don’t stop the problem.
      King Hussain of Jordan is probably pissed because he doesn’t want them either (in this I don’t blame him, but national survival is national survival). Bibi doesn’t want anything to upset his own schemes, many of which he has in the works with the KSA, and yes it involves oil (which by the way, he bears close watching — not all Israelis are friends to America, not by a long shot — please get over the evangelical Christian conditioning: spiritual Israel is not the same thing as the country; you won’t go the hell for criticizing the leaders of their government).

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      • BobNoxious says:

        First off, do not project values unto me or make assumptions about how I feel about Israel. It’s not a biblical thing w/ me; I personally like Bibi.

        Regardless, noting addresses my original point and reason for the post- the headline is wrong. Trump never called for a halt of all Syrians- he went bombastic to take the news cycle. That’s just reality.

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    • dizzymissl says:

      Not traveling–immigrating

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Personally, I think it is highly inappropriate for any Presidential candidates to be meeting with any world leaders at this time. Their sole focus should be on American voters, and not DONORS.

      As to the military comment, sounds like a load of crap to me. I don’t know where they are stationed, or what “programming” they are allowed to see/read, but they sound very ill informed.

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  20. Curry Worsham says:

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  21. And he stole the Pizza Hut table cloths?

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  22. feralcatsblog says:

    Saudi Arabia is the biggest pusher of crimes against humanity on the planet.

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  23. sunspots7 says:

    Hey Prince Alwa-wee-wee bin Dopey, we are enjoying the cheap oil at your expense. Hope you go broke real soon and are too poor to live in one of those tents.

    Oh, and a towel is not a hat!
    (Sorry, that’s an old joke from Robin Williams that still makes me laugh.)

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  24. clash108 says:

    Do we also have to remind the prince that 12 of the 15 9/11 hijackers were Saudis? Oh, and Osama Bin Laden was a Saudi too.

    The Syrians are one problem, but until we get our sit together, it’s best we especially keep your ilk out as well.

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    • clash108 says:

      Oops, that should be 15 0f 19, which makes it even worse.

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    • Well said. If we’re going to keep out the Saudis’ hired guns, we might as well…..

      OMG. Trump baited these evil fire-starters right into his clutches. He got them to shoot first! The guy is a friggin’ genius! Saudi Arabia is going to fall into his black hole of justice, and all their tentacles in America and Europe are going to follow. Holy cow!

      This is amazing. Justice rises over Arabia!

      Information crusaders! To your horses! We ride for Mecca!

      KEEP THEM OUT. ALL OF THEM. AND MOST ESPECIALLY, THE MAFIOSOS OF MECCA. THE 9/11 MASTERS. THE BESLAN MASTERS. THE ISIS MASTERS. OBAMA’S MASTERS. THE ROOT OF THE EVIL.

      Let them shop in China. We don’t want them. The inner sanctum of the Sand Nazis don’t deserve to set foot here.

      Trump is right. We have to look very carefully at the situation. VERY carefully.

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      • clash108 says:

        Bush gave Saudi Arabia a slap on the wrist..We all know that Trump will come down hard on the nation who ships the next set of terrorists (unfortunately I think there will another attack) who Obama is letting in blindly.

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        • Our mission is to get the truth out, no matter how hard Obama and his minions try to hide it. It may be on Christmas day – intentionally designed to thwart our efforts. I don’t care. Whatever the jihadists throw at us, we put it into the CTH truth machine, and turn it into 10,000-fold back at them in cyberspace. And if it frees us from the oppression of Obama in the process, so be it!

          Resistance to every Obama operation becomes practice for the next. We know what they can do to hide terrorism – and we know that they WILL do it. We know that it’s too late for Obama to turn off the MuzzTerr scum that he’s let into America – so it’s not a matter of if, but when. We need to be ready to get the truth out. And all honest people in government need to be ready to help. Don’t let Obama help evil! Be ready to do the right thing – whatever that is for you.

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  25. LibertatiAutAdMortem says:

    In Wahabi Saudi Arabia, women are beheaded for having children out of wedlock, even imported labor from India and the Philippines. Bibles are banned. There is not one church. Until the US proved hydraulic fracturing technology in shale oil, Saudi Arabia and OPEC have been screwing American for decades. 15 of the 19 9-11 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is probably the number one financial supporter of ISIS, forget the minimal oil trade. It is well past time to severe this relationship once and for all Mr. Trump. Let them have it!

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    • Ono says:

      This Saudi prince treats the United States like a heroin dealer treats his prostitute clients.

      Make oil obsolete as a fuel and put EPA restrictions on it and see what Ahab the Brat Saudi Arab will do with a million acres of sand and no potable water for his 500 brothers and sisters.

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    • dick8johnson says:

      I know the answer can’t be spoken aloud, but who convinced us to attack Iraq?
      I have some theories, but I’d probably get kicked off this site.

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  26. nhtrespasser says:

    Prince is complaining that Donald wants to keep HIM out, he doesn’t give a damn about the Syrians

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  27. kinthenorthwest says:

    Guess I’ll post this here since it is a bit related
    Something so VERY wrong with this picture. Anyone know — is it legal to be sworn in with the Quran. in the US?
    New York – New York Judge Carolyn Walker-Diallo, a Black Muslim woman took oath as a civil court judge in New York on Thursday, while swearing to abide by the U.S. Constitution placing her hand on the Holy Quran.

    http://allenwestrepublic.com/2015/12/13/ny-black-muslim-woman-takes-oath-as-judge-swears-on-holy-quran/#
    http://www.moroccoworldnews.com/2015/12/174939/new-york-black-muslim-woman-takes-oath-as-judge-swears-on-holy-quran/

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  28. Tommy says:

    But I sure will stampede over my fellow brethren and kill him to throw a stone at a rock.

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  29. sunspots7 says:

    Ala-wee-wee is a major owner of FOX and Twitter. I remember well when it seemed like overnight Fox News changed. Then I heard the Saudis bought a controlling interest.

    “Alwaleed, considered the richest man in the Middle East and a nephew of the late King Abdullah, is a major investor in both 21st Century Fox, in which his company Kingdom Holdings is the second-largest voting shareholder with a 6.6 percent stake, and Twitter, in which it is said to hold more than 3 percent. Earlier this year, the investment vehicle sold a stake in News Corp. valued at $190 million and reduced its holding to around 1 percent.”

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/billionaire-fox-shareholder-calls-donald-848272

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  30. QuiteContrary says:

    I was unaware of the full story as presented here. What is wrong with the media that they are not always led by the full facts but instead by their political opinions even on news stories? They should be ashamed sometimes.

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  31. truthandjustice says:

    I’m hoping that this whole thing with Syrian refugees and ISIS is finally the “beginning of the end” for the evil Saudi Arabia Muslim (and NWO Globalists) control over the world that Trump will pursue and get to the bottom of. I’ve heard him say he wants to do that and one can tell that he is one that is passionate regarding fairness and justice.
    Because of his “uniqueness” in many ways, he will be able to finally do it. When you research 9/11, you’ll have many “splodey” heads! One of the chief reasons it has to be kept covered up is because of the involvement of people that you would never have guessed. That’s why they won’t release it as it’s not just Saudi Arabia.
    The same about Obama and all his “stuff” and no impeachment. Too many “important” people complicit and would expose their crimes. They protect him to protect themselves in addition to furthering their agendas. So there’s so much that so many powerful people would lose if Trump is President. If he does, be prepared for so many “splodey heads” it’ll be beyond “mind” boggling!
    But ……we shall finally know the truth and the truth will set us……free!

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  32. angie says:

    Alwaleed’s attitude on Trump regarding the Syrians reminds me of an Amherst student D’Souza schooled on White privilege. The kid would not be willing to give up his place at Amherst but he expects everyone else to feel guilty and to pay up because Blacks were once slaves. Crazy elitism at its finest and the kid never got it.

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    • rashamon says:

      Some days, I believe all the Ivy League schools should be closed down. After all, many were founded off the profits of the slave and opium trades or the riches of colonialism practiced by Britain, all disdained by today’s social justice academics and their students. Well, many not the drug part.

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      • Jack Long says:

        Regarding this particular video, Dinesh D’Souza is the Ivy Leaguer (Dartmouth).

        Amherst, the student’s school, is not an Ivy (it’s regarded as a little Ivy, though). The difference is quite telling.

        Dinesh D’Souza represents Dartmouth students well. I’ve known or worked for quite a few of them. They have, as D’Souza, a common skill in communication that is very lucid. Laura Ingraham is another example.

        Dartmouth, I know for certain, has an interview process where all candidates are interviewed by Alumni that live in the candidate’s area. I really believe Dartmouth emphasizes that such a particular communication skill is present in the candidates.

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  33. 240grjhp says:

    Hope Trump removes Saudi from the ally list. Just like Turkey, they are NOT our ally.

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  34. Rebel Mope says:

    Alwaleed bin Talal was once said to have been the money behind Obama’s schooling. Obama’s niece married a Saudi. Too much to post on this guy so I sent an e-mail instead.
    http://www.dailyinterlake.com/members/does-newspaper-column-shed-light-on-campaign-story/article_7924e4f0-0468-11e2-8da2-0019bb2963f4.html
    http://rottie-refugees.com/2012/05/06/denial-is-not-a-river-in-saudi-arabia/

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  35. RINOKiller says:

    HYPOCRITE!

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  36. El Torito says:

    Dumb Prince. Trump will push the price of a barrel to $5. Just stupid.

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  37. keebler AC says:

    We have to recognize that the entire global community wants America to be open to their global whim, looting and destruction. It is a unique country. This is how it is. Israel, the middle east and Europe are in turmoil, and these countries would like nothing better than to pull the U.S. down with them. Russia is on the cusp of their turmoil and is fighting them off. Don’t be disappointed to hear that international communities including Britain from whence the Patriots escaped will attempt to damage Trump’s interests. America is a big consumer industry and we can do the same to Brit and other country’s business interests here. Look what happened to Macy’s.

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  38. Ono says:

    No time to read through this thread… Someone needs to put this punks head in a sand trap.

    More reason than ever to refuse entry to these murderous Islamic thugs

    FYI

    Osama bin Laden was also a Saudi Prince. whose family did business with Bush and Clinton.

    Traitors

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  39. Frank O'Pinion says:

    In accordance with taqiyya, Saudi prince was just following Muhammed’s instructions. In the eyes of Islam, the prince has not lost face. This is the phycho crap that we are up against in this no-win world of Islam.
    http://www.barnhardt.biz/2015/11/13/cut-the-crap-the-problem-is-islam-and-it-has-to-be-exterminated-period-2/
    http://www.islam-watch.org/Warner/Taqiyya-Islamic-Principle-Lying-for-Allah.htm

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  40. seventhndr says:

    When I see the “prince”‘s head piece, I want to order fish and chips.

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  41. marierogers says:

    this presidential nomination has turned into an education for me and i’m sure for many others who read here!
    I HAD NO IDEA THAT POLITICS AND POLITICIANS WERE SO ROTTEN, DIRTY AND FILTHY!

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  42. kinthenorthwest says:

    No wonder the Saudi doesn’t want them in his country,
    VIDEO: MUSLIM GROUP BRUTALLY ATTACK FEMALE TOURIST
    http://conservativepost.com/video-muslim-group-brutally-attack-female-tourist/

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  43. SharonKinDC says:

    SA & the Gulf States to a lesser extent, but not much lesser w/ Qatar are the problem, said French Algerian musician Rachid Taha almost a decade ago. Speaking on a radio program, he point blank said, ‘it’s the ARABS’. Well, the Arab nations are the ones promoting Wahabbist ideology, which is along w/ Salafists the most intolerant on the planet. For the record, Wahabbists are an offshoot of Salafists. The latter think the former are a bit too idolatrous. (http://www.meforum.org/3541/salafis-muslim-brotherhood) These morons WANT to go back to the ‘purity’ of the 7th century and both are ALL about Sharia.

    What has further annoyed me w/ the political class, which includes much of the MSM, is that by making excuses, and providing cover for this poisonous ideology with promotion of Muslim Brotherhood operatives to key positions in the administration, the same MB who backs Wahabbist thought, is that NO ‘moderate’ (who is technically an apostate by Wahabbist standards) would be encouraged to speak up. It’s surely clear within communities which faction the BO admin backs, same w/ Cankles. These ‘moderates’ aka apostates know they’d be outed/thrown to the wolves in 5 seconds of their phone call.

    Trump has massive housecleaning to do.

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  44. conservativehippie says:

    OMG LOL. what a fricken joke. I’m am POSITIVE that valerie jerret wrote that for him.

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  45. TwoLaine says:

    I read the first 20 comments on the yahoo article and they all seemed to be Pro-TRUMP. I be yahoo hates that! 😉

    I stopped at the WINNER:

    “IBT: He then commanded all of his wives to tweet the same thing.”

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  46. furtiveadmirer says:

    Roger Stone audio Sirius Radio:
    Saudis own HOUSE OF Bush. They bailed out Harken oil & funded the Carlyle Group. The prince is a Bush CRIME Family Surrogate.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/12/12/roger-stone-donald-trump-can-shake-system/

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    • phil fan says:

      Yep that’s what I figured = Sheikh Alley Weed must protect his investment in the Bush brand. So naturally the bad mouthing of Donald with the Jeb family talking points starts up.

      Rush doing the same thing = defending poor old two face Ted today against mean old Donald. Rush and Levin are ‘pseudocons’.

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