T-Rex and Qatar Sign Diplomatic Memorandum of Understanding: No More Funding Terrorists or Extremists…

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has been keeping an exhaustive schedule for the past week and especially in the past few days.  In the ongoing diplomatic effort against mid-east terror networks, the GCC/Trump coalition have kept up pressure against Qatar.

Kuwait is acting as the primary mediator between Qatar and the rest of the Gulf States; T-Rex conducted three days of shuttle diplomacy in an effort to assist and reassert the position of the Trump administration.  Tillerson traveled to Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, UAE and back to Qatar with extensive meetings within each nation.

It would take a bazillion words to explain all the nuances, shifts, agreements and diplomatic ongoing efforts.  However, to keep it simple we boiled it down to the current, most consequential, outcome within this graphic:

Qatar has signed a promise to stop the financing of The Muslim Brotherhood; and just to keep them honest, the GCC and coalition nations are keeping them in the spotlight.

Note, the Gulf Cooperation Council, the gulf states, and the Mid-East coalition including Egypt and Jordan, are the ones confronting and managing the issues with Qatar.  President Trump and Rex Tillerson are in a supportive role.

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109 Responses to T-Rex and Qatar Sign Diplomatic Memorandum of Understanding: No More Funding Terrorists or Extremists…

  1. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Now, time for the U.S to declare the MB a terrorist organization and begin dismantling their extensive networks and affiliates operating here out in the open and undercover.

    Liked by 33 people

  2. MK Wood says:

    Now all we need is for the US to declare the moslem brotherhood a terrorist organization.

    Liked by 14 people

  3. Oldschool says:

    If this coalition abides by this committment and is cohesive, this is such a huge accomplishment and nothing about it on any news. I really wish Hannity or Lou would devote half of their shows to covering these real news items.

    Liked by 11 people

    • ALEX says:

      As far as covering real news I’m basically done with even Hannity, Dobbs etc…The anti-anti-Trump gets tiresome and boring..They have fallen into trap of covering Fake News and thus are Fake News themselves…

      Glad to have Sundance and a few other sites

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      • Marc says:

        Bingo. Fox is and has always been about ratings. “No. 1” this. “Most watched” that. They don’t even try to report half of every story they tell you and then they completely pass up news that doesn’t fit the neocon narrative. Still, not one MSM outlet has reported on DAPA being no more.

        Dobbs and Hannity are intentionally being obtuse and it’s from pressure from the bosses. I pretty much just catch Tucker after work and even he is getting on my nerves with seeing folks like Brit Hume and Krauthammer constantly popping up at 8pm. Megyn Kelly is gone so seeing her hangers on pop up is annoying.

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      • Stringy theory says:

        Agree with you fully recovered Hannity and Dobbs.

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  4. freepetta says:

    Are u kidding me? What a bunch of BS.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. fleporeblog says:

    TREX is completely covering the globe this week! I love the strategy with Qatar. We sign a bilateral deal with them about stopping the financing of terrorist organizations. Just like our deal with China, we have benchmarks set up along the way to assess progress. This puts tremendous pressure on that country to live up to their end of the bargain. I also love the fact that in no way does this stop the 4 countries that have put a blockade on Qatar from enforcing it and their demands. You can tell that Qatar’s leadership is scared shitless by what is currently happening.

    We are winning folks and thankfully Muh Russia is keeping these morons from the left, MSM Democrats etc busy not to notice and interfere. Muh Russia is the gift that keeps on giving!

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  6. Marc says:

    Looks like CAIR will soon be undergoing some severe budget cuts.

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  7. Maquis says:

    Trump is a master tactician, surrounding himself with same. So happy. Now, declare the Muslim Brotherhood to be the terrorist organization, that incidently spun off most currently active Islamist Movements, that it is. Indict CAIR. Let the arrests and deportations begin!

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  8. StuckInBlue says:

    Thank you; I will sleep better tonight knowing that the GCC bowling balls are knocking down the MB pins in the ME alleys.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. 7delta says:

    You know how the MoBros and their jihadist friends like significant dates and use words that mean something in Islamic doctrine to communicate directly with their buds, knowing non-Muslims won’t get it? Whoever wrote that little snipped above in red about the “Memorandum” just sent a message within that statement. A few choice words that say, we’ve got your number. A shot across the bow. The agreement won’t stop all the funding…there are other ways…but it’ll make it more difficult. I’m just relieved to know that “somebody” does get it.

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  10. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Wonder what that viper, Erdogan, thinks about this?

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    • Maquis says:

      Felipe, I imagine he’s considering taking our troops hostage just as the Iranians did our embassy in the birthing of that Abomination, The Islamic Republic of Iran. He’s not long for NATO, I just don’t see us ever trusting an Islamist nutjob like him. Of course, we may see Obama sue for Asylum in Turkey, he trusts such Tyrants.

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  11. Lunatic Fringe, Phd. [undocumented] says:

    Lunatic’s memo of understanding:
    Terrorists and the people who fund them are trying to hurt someone.
    If you’re trying to hurt people you should not lose your funding. You should be smote.
    I don’t want to talk someone who wants to allow people to fund others who want to kill me into tightening the clamps on the funding.

    I do want to grab a sharpie and write a memo on the side of a MOAB and deliver the memo.

    I love T Rex. More power to him. I love that he’s making things better.

    But these MOABs aren’t going to drop themselves.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Maquis says:

      We need to be working on nuclear perpetrators that mountains can’t shield from the likes of Iran and North Korea. Interesting how those two are so into being underground…that is indeed where they belong.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. wheatietoo says:

    Hah. I love the look on T-Rex’s face in that last picture!

    He was giving someone ‘The Look’…and it wasn’t our President.

    This means Hamas is also getting their funding cut.
    Which is probably why they have started trying to make nice.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Vince says:

    It seems like not only has Qatar signed this agreement to stop funding the MB, but so did T-Rex. We are now obligated to cut off funding going to the MB from within the US. It will now be open season on every MB scam network, mosque and anyone else that sends money to the MB. This also puts Huma and a lot of democrat financing under a microscope. And it isn’t islamophobia, because we signed a memorandum with muslim nations in the middle east.

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    • ALEX says:

      Excellent point…Excellent…

      Liked by 1 person

    • Billy (billytrade) says:

      Wow, interesting observation, Vince. It will be interesting to watch this play out.

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    • Maquis says:

      Open season on Islamist funding.
      There goes the DNC.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Phil aka Felipe says:

      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^X10

      Liked by 1 person

    • 7delta says:

      Good point, Vince. IMO, we also have just agreed to monitor domestic zakat, the Islamic tax/tithe every Muslim is required to pay. The zakat is officially billed as “charity”, but a portion of it must go to supporting jihadists, to help pay for whatever they need, including travel and living expenses at home and abroad, as they prepared and equip themselves to carry out the obligatory war against infidels to establish Shariah. This zakat cut may not “technically” be considered as funding the MoBros, since it’s usually managed through mosques, then distributed through networks, but the MoBros could still be, and often is, the middleman to get it to wannabe jihadists/martyrs.

      The MoBros’ strategy in the west has long been to use our laws against us and to manipulate us, because, technically and morally anyway, the west believes in keeping our end of the bargain. Full faith and credit stuff. Islam does too, in its own way, but it defines terms through a Shariah lens that isn’t the way we define the very same word or term. It’s willful deception…”War is deceit”~Mohammed…but the Islamic technicality that underpins their deceit is that they know what they mean and did tell us, from their perspective. They just use our ignorance to advance Islam…and whine a lot about pretend offenses, which is a subtle threat.

      This agreement is a “memorandum milestone.” We’ve agreed to enforce it. We keep our word. This time, we define the terms and use their deceit against them. We told them so, in our own way. Gotta love it.

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  14. ALEX says:

    Let’s not forget we also have 10,000 troops at our base in Qatar…This will be interesting and it has concrete timelines..Qatar is flush with cash like almost no other..Irans sharing of the largest gas field in world is a big part of this as well and the GCC definetly wanted Qatar to pull away from Iran…

    So far so good..I don’t remember a dispute like this so public and well managed as we stand now..It will be easy to follow the Qatar money as they say and it will highlight Turkey and their Muslim Brotherhood sympathies as Sundance has noted in other articles..

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Indimex says:

    I predict that Soros, et al, will pick up the financial slack.
    Wondering what Trump has cooken’ for him???

    Liked by 5 people

    • sejmon says:

      even Israelis especially BIBI- do not like him…..

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    • I pray a one-on-one meeting with Putin.

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    • Soros spawn must be getting tired of watching their father waste their inheritance! Gives me a warm fuzzy feeling.

      Liked by 1 person

    • G. Combs says:

      SOROS:

      George Soros: (Helping Nazis) “Was The Happiest Time of my Life” – YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=c1Qr7TnWG74

      Discussion between a Leftist and I on Soros:
      Gail & Serioso discuss Soros and sundry other things

      The first part of the discussion starts on another thread as noted at the top.

      What I found interesting was not only could the guy (gal?) not defend his position but his one and only defence of Soros was Soros age. A typical Lefist excuse of blame everyone and anything except the person responsible.

      “{…]her attack is so one-sided and distorted that I think some sort of response is required. First, in regard to Gail’s’ charge that Soros was a Nazi, he is guilty as charged. He was also a hunted Jew, and sixteen years old at the time. Does Gail mention that? NO! And so, Gail , J’accuse. Your post is a monumental distortion, and, I accuse, you knew it was. Your post was not an honest way of carrying on a civilized conversation.[…]”
      (This was about the Pussy Hat march and I mentioned the astroturf funding by Soros.)

      Second response:
      Chief, I’m sorry to say I’m not interested in carrying on a debate with Gail. I said what I wanted to say about her distortions, and I’ll leave it at that. Y’all will note that in her replies the distortions continue (e.g., she leaves out Soros’ age at the time he was a Nazi). Debating Gail would be a complete waste of my time. Sorry….” Serioso

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  16. Watcher says:

    The expat labor population in Qatar outnumber the Qatari by 2-3 times.
    The Qatari monarchy stopped their leaves home, result a POed bunch.
    Couple that with ma & pa Qatari not having the decadent lifestyle their used to(maids,drivers,garbage men,laborers,ect) they get upset quickly. Tribes

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  17. Annie says:

    Do you think that it was true that HRC transferred 1.2 billion to Qatar this year

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  18. joan and bill says:

    we agree with vince that quatar agreement forces usa and quatar to not fund mb/cair which could affect future nominees from dnc and current congress critters
    great news to defund enemies within and save money

    Liked by 2 people

  19. jameswlee2014 says:

    Say what you will about Richard Nixon, he was brilliant. His deft moves during the 73 war ended up with Anwar Sadat giving the Russians, Egypt was their client state, 24 hours to get all the Russians out of Egypt. Sadat said he would propose peace between the Arabs and Jews and do so from the floor of the Knesset. For his trouble he was assassinated by the Muslim Brotherhood at a military parade. A little better than 40 years later and Obama tries to install them as the rulers of Egypt. Obama belongs in a dungeon beneath Ft. Leavenworth.

    Liked by 8 people

    • napoleon32 says:

      Nixon, for all his faults, was a brilliant foreign policy president. As you said, he took Egypt right out from under the noses of the Soviets and brought it into the U.S. sphere. He had a keen understanding of the Korean situation, and even to the end of his life he spoke in depth about it. He was so well-regarded in China that when Deng Xiaoping visited Washington during the Carter years, he asked Carter to invite Nixon. When Carter initially declined, Deng said that he would make a special stop in Yorba Linda to see him. Carter relented. He was the only American to attend the Shah’s funeral in Egypt, as the State Department sent no official representative (Nixon even defied State’s instructions to not go).

      Really looking at the U.S. policy in the Middle East during the Trump administration, it’s a form of the Nixon Doctrine. Let the Middle Eastern countries handle their own affairs, be ready to lend support where needed.

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    • Michael says:

      I suspect had Nixon left the Hermit Kingdom of China alone we might be better off today.
      Beware of what you wish for, you just might get it.

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  20. wodiej says:

    As we can see from the first 5 months of PT’s Presidency, these things could have been done by other presidents-they just didn’t want to do them. The most likely reason was money. It’s the same w Congress.

    Thank you God for PT, watch over him, and guide him with your wisdom. Amen.

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  21. Wasn’t there a list of 10 demands on Qatar by the Gulf States? I remember it being overly strong…maybe their version of Art of the Deal…

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  22. dreadnok89 says:

    You cant trust them

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  23. Michael says:

    Is that Precious Pup I see?

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  24. Barbara Willams says:

    Awesome !

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  25. snailmailtrucker says:

    ARE YOU PEOPLE BLIND AND STUPID ?

    TAQIYYA !

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    • G. Combs says:

      You missed the point.

      The deal say WE take out the Muslim Brotherhood AT HOME and the Lefts can’t toss hissy fits.

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  26. onehope2017 says:

    When are we going to stop funding home grown terrorists like Antifa, Planned Parenthood, and the CIA?

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