Tectonic Shifts – The Saudi Alliance Strategy Continues…

If you haven’t followed the entirety of how the “Freedom Alliance” was assembled in the very early months shortly after the election of President Donald Trump, it’s hard to understand the scope of what is taking place in the middle-east.

The nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), led by Saudi Arabia, are on the cusp of transforming themselves into a modern and engaged era. The goals of the GCC allies, led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS) are to remove the influence agents who have supported extremism, the Muslim Brotherhood, and stimulated and/or enabled crisis for personal and ideological gains.

Because of the financial reach within the parties involved, the downstream consequences are being felt within the political bodies of most nations including our own. Specifically within Washington DC’s deep-state institutions, career politicians on foreign affairs committees, and within the upper and lower tiers of the aggregate U.S. State Dept.  A great realignment is taking place.

Caption: There will come a time when you will need to choose a side. Think wisely…

French President Emmanuel Macron said today he will make an unexpected trip to Saudi Arabia after leaving the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to see Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and discuss crises in Lebanon, Yemen and the wider region.  This happens simultaneous to the UAE announcing they too are examining bank accounts for their own officials, officers and leaders within their nation.

DUBAI (Reuters) – French President Emmanuel Macron is making a previously unscheduled trip to Saudi Arabia on Thursday to see Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman amid rising tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, notably over Lebanon and Yemen.

Macron, on a visit to the United Arab Emirates, declined to discuss a wave of high-level arrests for corruption in Saud Arabia, but said it was vital to work with the kingdom for the stability of the region and to fight terrorism.

He told a news conference in Dubai that the decision to go to Riyadh had been made on Thursday morning, and that his talks with the prince would include “regional questions, in particular Yemen and Lebanon”.  (read more)

Last Saturday Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri resigned as prime minister in a shocking declaration read from inside Saudi Arabia.  It is suspected that either: A.) Crown Prince bin Salman confronted PM Hariri with documented evidence of financial relationships between Hariri and Iran, including agreements for terrorist funding therein, and that led to Prime Minister Hariri resigning; or B.) that MbS presented evidence of a possible Iranian assassination plot, and Saad Hairi is now being protected in his former homeland (Saudi Arabia).

This resulted in putting Lebanon into a political crisis and pushed Lebanese political leadership back into the spotlight amid the regional and ideological struggle between Saudi Arabia and Iran and Salman’s goal to stop extremism.

Regardless of motive, after his resignation, Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri remained in Saudi Arabia prompting officials in Lebanon to claim he is being held against his will.  According to regional media reporting Lebanese President Michel Aoun is seeking help from other international diplomats to uncover the mystery surrounding Hariri’s resignation.

Hariri reportedly met the French Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Thursday in Riyadh, and has met EU, U.K. and U.S. diplomats in recent days.  Hence, French President Emmanuel Macron traveling to Riyadh to meet with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to find out the details behind what’s happening.

In the interim, in what appears to be a precautionary move against hostile action from Iranian sympathizers inside Lebanon, both Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are telling their citizens in Lebanon it would be advisable if they left.  This is happening at the same time the UAE is expanding their own probes into the financial networks of officials.

ABU DHABI/DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s crackdown on corruption has spread beyond its borders as regulators in the United Arab Emirates ask UAE banks for information about Saudi citizens detained in the investigation, a possible prelude to freezing their accounts.

The UAE central bank has requested commercial banks and finance companies in the UAE to provide details of the accounts of 19 Saudis, commercial bankers told Reuters on Thursday, declining to be named because of the sensitivity of the matter.

Almost all of the 19, including billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and former National Guard chief Prince Miteb bin Abdullah, are known to be among dozens of senior officials and businessmen detained in the corruption inquiry.

Commercial bankers said UAE authorities had not explained why they wanted the information, but believed the authorities were acting at the behest of the Saudi government, which has said it aims to recover billions of dollars of illicit assets identified in its investigation.

Central bank officials in the UAE, a federation of seven emirates, were not available to comment, and Saudi officials in Riyadh, who have frozen over 1,700 domestic bank accounts as part of the crackdown, did not respond to requests for comment.

The UAE, particularly its most commercially prominent emirate Dubai, is one of the main places where wealthy Saudis park their money abroad. In addition to bank accounts, they buy luxury apartments and villas in Dubai and invest in the emirate’s volatile stock market.  (read more)

It doesn’t take a deep geopolitical thinker to see the basic outlines of what’s happening.  In order to confront the issues in the region, all of them, the most direct approach is to cut off the money.  Saudi Arabia and their regional partners in the Gulf Cooperation Council are doing just that.

From President Trump’s perspective he says: ‘great, go for it – my administration has your back’.   After initial diplomatic strategy meetings, to discuss up the basic outlines and the consequences that could/would happen, well, then came the historic summit in Saudi Arabia.    Five months later King Salman and the Crown Prince execute the plan.

Now we are seeing it happen.   The Big Ugly… Saudi Arabia version.

However, amid the apex team of corrupt financial influencers MbS arrested are a bunch of regional players who bought U.S. politicians in exchange for assistance as they carried out their ideological and indulgent interests.

The corrupt Saudi crew are directly connected to corrupted U.S. politicians who sell foreign policy.  Therefore the arrests of the corrupt Saudi players becomes the ripple effect shock-wave within DC.

Is the new era MbS leadership willing to expose the names of the politicians who were purchased?  Has MbS told President Trump who was being paid-off within those financial records?

See the alarm bells?

ThinkSenator Bob Corker, Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee.


Who else was Chairman of that committee…. oh, that would be Senator John Kerry, who later became Secretary of State…. BING-BING-BING!

The biggest names in Washington DC politics including lobbyists, Clintons and the biggest names in congress, are all affiliated with the business model of selling foreign policy influence.  Do you really think it’s accidental these voices are lashing out against President Donald Trump?

Even the smaller and more meddling critters like Senator John McCain and Senator Lindsey Graham are part of the business model.  Heck, a review of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee is a ‘who’s who’ of NeverTrumpers and Neo-Cons.

How about Evan McMullin and/or Representative Adam Kinzinger.   Remember the connections between the Muslim Brotherhood and NeverTrump? All ya’ gotta’ do is just align the names with their attacks against the Trump administration, and the connections are transparent.

And remember… there are TRILLIONS of dollars at stake.

“[…]  I have just returned from a historic trip to Europe and the Middle East, where I worked to strengthen our alliances, forge new friendships, and unite all civilized peoples in the fight against terrorism. No civilized nation can tolerate this violence, or allow this wicked ideology to spread on its shores.

I addressed a summit of more than 50 Arab and Muslim leaders — a unique meeting in the history of nations — where key players in the region agreed to stop supporting terrorism, whether it be financial, military or even moral support.

The nation of Qatar, unfortunately, has historically been a funder of terrorism at a very high level, and in the wake of that conference, nations came together and spoke to me about confronting Qatar over its behavior. So we had a decision to make: Do we take the easy road, or do we finally take a hard but necessary action? We have to stop the funding of terrorism.

I decided, along with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, our great generals and military people, the time had come to call on Qatar to end its funding — they have to end that funding — and its extremist ideology in terms of funding.

I want to call on all other nations to stop immediately supporting terrorism. Stop teaching people to kill other people. Stop filling their minds with hate and intolerance. I won’t name other countries, but we are not done solving the problem, but we will solve that problem. Have no choice.

This is my great priority because it is my first duty as President to keep our people safe. Defeating ISIS and other terror organizations is something I have emphasized all during my campaign and right up until the present. To do that, stop funding, stop teaching hate, and stop the killing.

For Qatar, we want you back among the unity of responsible nations. We ask Qatar, and other nations in the region to do more and do it faster.

I want to thank Saudi Arabia, and my friend, King Salman, and all of the countries who participated in that very historic summit. It was truly historic. There has never been anything like it before and perhaps there never will be again. Hopefully, it will be the beginning of the end of funding terrorism. It will, therefore, be the beginning of the end to terrorism.

No more funding.




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326 Responses to Tectonic Shifts – The Saudi Alliance Strategy Continues…

  1. As President Trump advised:

    “TAKE the MONEY”

    MbS will.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. As President Trump advised:

    “TAKE the MONEY”

    MbS will.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. mikebrezzze says:

    Too bad we can’t lead Hillary to chop chop square and watch a live feed of her decapitation

    Liked by 6 people

  4. Joe says:

    Trump EARNED his wealth. Like the dwindling middle class. That’s our bond and THAT’S what makes us uniquely American.

    President Trump is getting the US back to being American.

    Want to recognize the cheaters, the ripoffs, the unAmerican among us?

    Ask your self this: how did they attain all their wealth, did they earn it?

    Liked by 12 people

  5. Donna in Oregon says:

    Here is my question. Does the Patriot Act include politicians and bureaucrats?

    Those that conspired with ISIS……can they be arrested under the Patriot Act and treated like enemy combatants? GITMO?

    I know that’s pushing the envelope…..we all have dreams. That is my American Dream.

    Liked by 17 people

  6. duchess01 says:

    What Is Happening In Saudi Arabia? – Marwa Osman on The Corbett Report

    Liked by 3 people

    • Chris says:

      I think he’s a truther. Is this woman Muslim Brotherhood?


    • piper567 says:

      wow duchess, What a Find!
      Thanks a million!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Wendy says:

      The woman doesn’t seem to be fully informed who Talal is.

      Liked by 2 people

    • BT a/k/a BT in SC says:

      Very interesting at 13 minutes in, where marwa says “If Jared Kushner and Donald Trump are his [the Crown Prince] consultants then he [the Crown Prince who is waiting to be King] is doomed because these people don’t know how to manage their own political life.” WHAT?!? They are managing “their own political life” quite well and doing what it takes to MAGA!

      I watched the entire video. The woman, marwa, seems quite well spoken and seems to be on top of “the situation” taking place [regardless of the fact that I don’t really quite understand it], yet the comparison, which someone here posted in a comment, to linda sansour is almost scary [for lack of a more appropriate definition, right now].

      All I know is that I am very happy that we no longer live in saudi, and that we are home for good! Almost a decade there was plenty long enough. [We returned to the States in the late summer / early fall of 2010. It’s been almost exactly seven years {seven years and six weeks} we’ve been home, now, and that part of my life – from Thanksgiving Day of 2001 to 2010 – spent in saudi, seems so distant and removed, like “Did that really happen? Did we really spend a fifth of our lives {Dear Husband and me} in a foreign country that is so incredibly different than what we were accustomed to?” I will state with absolute certainty that we will never return to saudi. I know you’re not supposed to never say never, but there’s not a chance in hades we would ever even consider returning. No amount of money… And you certainly don’t choose to go there for vacation! There is only one reason to go there. One. To make money. Anyone who says differently is lying.]

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      • duchess01 says:

        Yes, I agree BT – was taken aback by that comment, too – however – she is speaking from her own experience – with bias toward her country – Lebanon – and has no love for the Saudis –

        I cannot equate her to that other woman – two different ideologies – imho – however, I watched Corbett’s face – he was ‘shocked’ – he let her talk – so we could get her entire take on what is going on at present –

        Remember, too – this is ‘her’ opinion – I found it more biased than factual – however, I was interested in what she said ‘allegedly’ happened – with her PM – as well as what she said about Hezbollah – she called it a ‘social network’ – lol – I don’t think so –

        I can tell you, BT – I won’t be reading any of her articles or listening to any of her interviews in the near future – not impressed at all –

        Thank You for your comment – God Bless You!


  7. Paul says:

    This is journalism at it’s best. Yes it is.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. nor'easter says:

    My guess would be that Pres. Trump has gotten to Xi, but possibly not Beijing (who he knows cannot be trusted). However, he has strategically placed “plan B”, well ahead of time, to facilitate Chi-Coms decision, as a deterrent, or as a strikeforce; whichever the case may be, having considered each situation beforehand (Re: NO-KO).
    Then a face-to-face meeting in Vietnam with Putin.
    Then on to Duterte in the Philippines.
    Then, when Air Force One reaches cruising altitude, and is safely out of harms way, he will send what might be called “the tweet heard around the world”.
    That will be when the “Big Ugly World Tour” begins!
    KSA will begin to take out the mullahs, et.al., removing the Iranian threat.
    This will start in Lebanon.
    Perp-walks in the US will begin as soon as Pres. Trump and his “Wolverines” safely return from taking care of business overseas.

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  9. James W Crawford says:

    The most teutonic shifts affecting Saudi Arabia are the United States’ energy independance in context of President Trump having the wisdom to reevaluate the United States’ post WW2 obligation to be global cop and the imploding birth rate of Saudi Arabia.


    The decline is even more dramatic than the demographic transition that occurred in Iran a decade earlier.

    The Saudis have ceased breeding hoards of potential Jihadis that would threaten the stability of the Saudi kingdom if they were not sent out to raise hell in other countries. The current Saudi government appears to be preparing for a transition from a welfare state funded by oil into a more modern country where most citizens are actually productive. Unfortunately; the Saudis never had the Shah of Iran or the Hashimite King of Iraq to establish a modern education system. Their prognosis for success is grim.


  10. David says:

    What’s going on in Saudi Arabia is proof that Trump has nothing to fear from Muellers investigation.

    The crown prince would not have arrested people if he thought a Trump was at risk

    Liked by 5 people

    • Chris says:

      What you say has merit. But, maybe he just doesn’t understand the suicidal nature of American elites. They are reckless and irrational. Trump is certainly not out of the woods from my point of view.

      Liked by 2 people

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        I believe that Mueller is long past the “Plan B” where he takes out Trump and not Cankles, and that he is also past Plan C where he takes out both on behalf of the globalist elite. I believe that he will take down enough people like Flynn and Manafort to take down a massive number of Cankleoids, and thus will assist MAGA by making America play by pre-Clinton rules.

        Of course, if I’m wrong, then he lights the fuse where all the bad guys are destroyed for betraying America. That future is nasty, but very interesting.

        Liked by 2 people

  11. joshua says:

    why did Bush 43 have the Bin Laden family members flown out of the USA on special planes just after the 9/11 NYC attack? No one has ever explained that action at ALL anywhere. All airplanes were grounded in the US at the time.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Trump wins because he plans ahead. He plans ahead because the Boy Scout motto is “Be Prepared”, and he is the ultimate Boy Scout.

    Part of Trump’s winning at world chess is knowing which sides all the gray pieces CAN be brought to, and which sides they CANNOT be brought to. The ones that cannot be part of the WINNING are then defeated. In order. On time, And under budget.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Patriot1783 says:

    The Prince looks like he’s been taking lessons from POTUS, the photo above looks like he just ate a canary 😄 Wouldn’t it be great if POTUS became a mentor to other young world leaders in learning some new business actions oh and “The Art of the Deal.”

    Liked by 2 people

  14. jmuniz1 says:

    All of the candidates he slang down where pussy candidates Trump is a Man among boys. He is the strong man that we need at this time.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. Plain Jane says:

    Can’t find a proper thread for this, but since it is about the Saudis, I am putting it here.

    I know nothing about this website, but this sounds quite plausible. I didn’t know Prince Salman was in LV on Oct. 1.

    “Was Las Vegas a Saudi Crown Prince Salman Assassination Attempt?”


    Liked by 2 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Without having looked at it, an interesting theory. If it’s disinfo, it’s good stuff.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Plain Jane says:

        According to the article he was in the Tropicanna. Hmmm.

        Liked by 1 person

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I’m just filing this along with all the other stuff that’s weird and hard to believe, but can’t be dismissed.

          It does seem that something very odd is going on here, and that the Saudi floors at the top of the Mandalay Bay are connected to both the mysterious Las Vegas incident AND the massive coup/purge in KSA, as well as trusted courier Jared’s trip to KSA.

          Something is up. Talaweed was funding ISIS and being protected by Hillary and Obama. So this explains ISIS claiming they did it. Their surviving mouthpieces probably knew SOMETHING about an upcoming operation in Las Vegas, but they didn’t know much more. THAT is why they claimed it, but didn’t have corroborating details. It was probably very close to Talaweed’s people.

          The “civil war” going on there and the one here are tied together. The FBI is caught in the middle.

          Liked by 3 people

    • Miss America says:

      Thanks for posting that link. Super interesting.

      Trump’s tweets always end up being important in retrospect.

      Liked by 1 person

  16. Justah says:

    “It is widely suspected that Crown Prince bin Salman confronted PM Hariri with documented evidence of financial relationships between Hariri and Iran, including agreements for terrorist funding therein, and that led to Prime Minister Hariri resigning.”

    I think this is wrong. I’ve studied Lebanon for years, although not much during the Obama Administration – but I did keep track of them. I posted on 3 different forums for 6 years that were based in Lebanon. Hezbollah murdered Saad Hariri’s father with the help of Assad in Syria – not just Rafik Hariri, but a total of 11 Ministers and Journalists. Saad Hariri met with the Iranian Ambassador the day before he was called home to Saudi Arabia (where he was born and raised) – the talks were about the Saudi war in Yemen and they ordered Hariri to tell the Saudis to end the war. I don’t think this is about Saad embezzling money or financing terrorists – I think there was an assassination plan and IF that was the case, then Israel tipped off the Crown Prince about it …. as they have a good spy system in Lebanon.


    While in Beirut, Velayati (Advisor of Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran) has, so far, held separate talks with Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah, Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri, Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri and Foreign Minister Jibran Basil. Of those people that Velayati met with — ONLY one is not allied with Hezbollah ….. PM Hariri. It is Iran that started the entire story about “Hariri is arrested”.

    A bit of history – Saudi Nationals own a lot of property in Lebanon – 25-30%. It is Saudi Money that keeps Lebanon going – Iran finances Hezbollah and the Shiites, but Saudi finances the Sunni in Lebanon and the Banks. IF the Saudis pull their money, then the entire Economy collapses. Macron is traveling to the area because Lebanon was a French Protectorate and the French “look after Lebanon”. Without a Prime Minister, who must be Sunni by their Constitution – Lebanon Government is at a standstill. Watch for what France does – the big fear in Lebanon today is that France with join the Gulf Nations and Saudi Arabia in a Travel ban and ask French Citizens to leave.

    All of this is connected to what is happening in Syria & Yemen …… and maybe Israel, which will be the big story soon. Kushner traveled to KSA, Israel, Jordon, Egypt & maybe a quick stop in Qatar 10 days ago.

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  17. Justah says:

    According to pro-Hizbullah al-Akhbar daily, “the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has decided to summon Bahaeddine Hariri (Saad’s brother) to Riyadh to name him for the leadership of al-Mustaqbal Movement,” instead of Saad.

    It claimed that the “newly appointed Saudi ambassador to Lebanon, Walid al-Yaaqoubi, had contacted members of the family of late Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, including his wife, Nazek, sister Bahia Hariri and her son, Ahmed, and informed them that the decision has been taken and that Bahaeddine will take over the party’s leadership and they have to travel to Saudi Arabia to pledge allegiance, along with Saad.”

    The daily said that “PM Hariri has agreed to the above in exchange for his release and that he moves to live in Europe and retire from political life.”

    According to undocumented information, Hariri is supposed to return to Beirut first where he will submit his resignation officially at the Presidential Palace.


    If I’m correct – this is to get the rest of the Hariri family safely out of Lebanon.
    Time will tell, but things are moving fast in the area and in many directions.

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  18. jello333 says:

    Okay, I have very little knowledge of the makeup of the “leadership” in Saudi Arabia. I know the torch is about to be passed from the King to the Crown Prince… and Trump has been praising both of them. But what I want to know is: Isn’t the King the same guy who was great friends with W Bush? Or with all the “princes” running around, maybe it’s someone else. Anyway, if it IS the same guy, how is it they’re now working so closely with Trump… and how is it that Donald knows he can trust him, assuming he’s legitimately a good friend of the Bushes?


    • Justah says:

      King Fahd was the Saudi King during HW Bush and the first 5 years of GW Bush – he died in August of 2005. King Abdullah was crowned at age 80 in 2005 and died in 2015 at age 90, when the last living son of Ibn Saud was crowned King of Saudi Arabia … the current King Salman.

      Obama fell out of favor with King Abdullah and was never in favor with King Salman. Rumors are flying that King Salman is getting ready to step down to allow the Crown Prince to take the throne ……. but I doubt it. Things are too volatile now with all these changes to reform KSA.

      Liked by 3 people

      • jello333 says:

        Heh, thanks! Still can’t say I’m 100% clear, but at least it’s good to know that the current leadership is NOT the same that were buddy-buddy with the Bushes. (And just reading that lineage stuff makes my head hurt. I had enough trouble in school on history tests, trying to keep track of US leaders… I’d HATE to be a kid in Saudi Arabia! 😉 )


    • annieoakley says:

      Prince Bandar is GW and the Bush Family’s friend. Bandar is on the side of the family that is on the outs with King Salman. I think Prince Bandar was in Syria trying to oust Assad and I read he was “called home” to SA by King Salman.

      Liked by 3 people

      • mariner says:

        Bandar is the guy who had taxpayer-funded bodyguards and a limousine in Washington DC, and bragged that he paid off federal government officials to ensure they would be friendly to Saudi Arabia.


  19. Charlotte says:

    Remember Obama brought the Muslim Brotherhood into the White House
    Remember in 2014 Obama gave the commencement speech at Westpoint where the Emir Of Qatar’s son (Al Thani) graduated from. While at West Point, a son of the Al Thani regime, happened to graduate West Point, the first Qatari ever to be at West Point.
    Curiously a few days later the Taliban 5 were released in exchange for traitor Bergdahl, went to a luxury resort in Qatar and from there I guess they went back to their old ways
    Qatar sponsors terrorism. In the Middle East and Israel–they pay Hamas.

    Theres lots more

    Now coincidence in the no 19 again?
    There were 9/11 terrorists.
    And is there a connection between Prince Bandar and Al Waleed or any of the others in that they bankrolled the 9/11 terrorists
    Remember Trump has access to the unredacted 9/11 files too…

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  20. Justah says:

    So far France, Italy, Germany and the USA have said that Hariri is not under arrest – all of the “arrest” stories are coming from the Iran/Hezbollah/Syria/Palestinian news sources. It looks like Hezbollah/Aoun were about to write a new Constitution in Lebanon to change the distribution of power. The current Constitution, called the Taif Accord to end the 30 year Civil War in Lebanon divided the Power roughly so that the Muslims held 1/2 the power (divided evenly between Sunni/Shia) and the Christians (led now by President Aoun who is allied with Assad/Hezbollah/Iran) held roughly 1/2 the power. Hezbollah/Aoun were preparing to divide it equally into thirds. The recent missile attack on the KSA Airport from Yemen has been certified by the US Military as being Iranian.

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  21. Ditch Mitch says:

    Came late to this party. I have been too busy with all the great news out of Asia.

    SD, you are amazing at connecting the dots. Appreciate all the time spent in collecting and analyzing the facts.

    A few interesting points. First, PDJT really praised and reassured Macron on his visit to France and Macron’s visit to the US. And what does Macron due? He follows PDJT’s lead and goes to Saudi Arabia and UAE. Second, PDJT has a fight with Corker. What does Corker do? He withdraws from his reelection campaign. Why? Couldn’t win without corrupt Saudi Money which he knew was exposed and would be cut off. PDJT also knew.

    With the “Big Ugly” Saudi style in full force, Can the “Big Ugly” Clinton/Soros be far behind? I hope so, with our own “Big Ugly” not far behind in Jan 2019.

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  22. van winkle says:

    It does appear that lines have been drawn in the sand.
    The US, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Israel, and Egypt VS Russia, Syria/Iraq/ Iran, Yemen, Turkey.


    • van winkle,

      I’m not so sure that Russia would help Hezbollah in Lebanon. They have been letting Israel bomb convoys that were bringing arms to Hezbollah. Nobody has an interest in letting an Iranian-backed terrorist group stir up a future war.

      I suspect that pressure will be put on Hezbollah to disarm and come under the control of Lebanon’s prime minister, just as pressure is already being put upon Hamas to disarm and come under the control of the Palestinian Authority.

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