History Repeating – Jamal Khashoogi and Mohamed Bouazizi as Tools…

President Trump represents an existential geopolitical threat to decades of advanced leftist policy (political globalists); predicated on the proposition that all national sovereignty should be erased in favor of an open-border society.  A one world order with a central planning authority vis-a-vis The U.N, World Bank, World Trade Organization etc.

The Trump Doctrine, that is to say: applied economic leverage to achieve national security objectives and independent U.S. sovereignty, is the policy that creates the risk.

There are trillions at stake.

In the big picture President Trump is deconstructing decades of globalist policy.

From the perspective of Trump’s political opposition, attempts to stop him on a national scale are failing; therefore the second approach is to stop what he is doing on the global scale.  Now we enter the geopolitical world behind the death of Jamal Kashoogi.

As an outcome of the Trump Doctrine, the U.S. economy is thriving as each of the multinational tentacles is removed.  Each renegotiated trade deal removes an economic control valve on American wealth and essentially stops the ‘wealth spreading’.  America is independently thriving.  However, as an outcome, the global economy is beginning to retract with the advancement of an independent U.S. economy and the creation of internal economic policies which remove the influence of multinationals.  In essence, U.S. wealth is independent again.

The Trump Doctrine is succeeding and the multinationals are necessarily suffering as a result.  Therefore the institutional global engineers now need to target the ability of the U.S. economic system to thrive independently.  Remember, there are trillions at stake. It appears the selected multinational targeting weapon has been chosen; global energy.

The death of Jamal Khashoogi has the hallmarks of a tool for advanced use by all of the familiar institutional elements to achieve disruption to the Trump Doctrine.

With that in mind a familiar reference for Khashoogi as a tool would be to look at how the death of Mohamed Bouazizi was used for a similar purpose almost a decade ago.

The origin of the Arab Spring did not begin on December 17th, 2010 in Tunisia with the self-immolation Mohamed Bouazizi.

Bouazizi’s decision to douse himself with gasoline and light himself on fire was an outcome of an economic and social reality in Tunisia at a very specific moment in time – the origin for that event happened many years earlier in Europe.

Understanding the earlier origin helps to set the stage to understand Libya in 2011,  the rise of al-Qaeda, and Obama’s short-sighted folly leading NATO intervention.

A basic tenet of humanity is freedom, a natural yearning to be free.  To be able to move, decide, act and strive, is as natural as the flow of water through the path of least resistance.

When Europe formed a collective Union there were multiple political, social, and socioeconomic factors which aligned to create an environment where the formation was constructed.

A tireless movement of Fabian Socialists with a history of long-term strategy were behind the rise of the EU as a collective union. 

fabian-400-glassThe Fabian’s come in a variety of sub-forms: Globalists, Socialists, Communists, Keynesians, The Open Border Crowd, et al.  However, the central DNA which aligns them all is a general view of a Central Planning Authority with control over the individual.

Fabian’s generally support a principle that human activity is able to be controlled toward a “better outcome”.   They believe central planning by a central body can create a fundamentally better society than if individuals were left to their own decisions.

The formation of the EU was a time of “Hope and Change”, not too dissimilar to the U.S. version which came many years later in the form of President Barack Obama.

However, central planning requires essential ingredients in order to be successful.   One of the most important aspects is the removal of national identity in favor of a more collective view of the multi-nation construct.   Nationalism must be deconstructed and patriotic sentiment changed in favor of a larger sense of identity, a multi-cultural identity.

This was the general aim of the Fabian led EU immediately after they formed their collective association.

One aspect of the new larger identity needs to be a new acceptance of immigration.  A view of “One Collective People” helps to remove the national identity in favor of the collective.  Think of it like a European version of a melting pot.  However, the planners also need to construct a socio-economic underline to the new identity, this is a little more challenging.

The socio-economic aspects can be major roadblocks in the assimilation models of central planners, so strategies need to be developed to improve the acceptances of the nationalist minded individuals.   This is the general purpose of the “Rivkin Project“.

Rather than explain the Rivkin Project here I would suggest you read this link where we have previously outlined the purpose.    The short version/adjective is “forced assimilation”.

So long as the economics support assimilation, meaning the immigrants can find work and sustain themselves, then not too much attention is directed to the multicultural objectives. Within times of stability and economic success, the citizenry is generally blind to what is happening in the background; this is useful to the social engineers.

However, once the economics of a situation change, and the immigrant can no longer support themselves, then the nationalists have cause for concern.   After all, it does not take long for an immigrant to appear as a demanding parasite upon a nationalist host.

This is exactly what happened in Europe as an outcome of the 2008 financial crisis.

Prior to the change in economics, Europe was accepting tens of millions of immigrants from the African Continent into the various countries of Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Greece, Portugal and Great Britain.  The flow of these immigrants followed a path of least resistance.

Morocco, Tunisia and Libya were the primary migration gateways – the secondary Gateway was Turkey.    However, when the EU economy could no longer afford the assimilation the EU national anxiety fomented as civil unrest.

Following the 2008 global financial crisis things changed.  After a few bad economic years, by 2010 we began to see visible strains inside the individual EU nations.

Eventually the collapse of various EU currencies began an irreversible situation where socioeconomic stresses created real pressure and violence erupted.   Eventually leading to political leaders beginning to outline the broad failure of multiculturalism.  Most people have forgotten Germany’s Angela Merkel and the U.K’s David Cameron saying the efforts toward multiculturalism have failed.  These statements were in late 2009, early 2010.

Immigration now had to be stopped – the inability of the underlying economies to sustain endless immigration was now a problem; immigration was destroying the EU and worsening the civil unrest.

So the EU governing body made a strategic decision to payoff the gatekeepers to shut-down the immigration.   By himself, Libyan leader Gadaffi was paid €5,000,000,000 (yes, billion) to stop the now considered “undesirables” from leaving North Africa.

Gaddaffi and Ben Ali (Tunisia) did just that.  They shut the gates and stopped the immigrants from crossing the Mediterranean.

In North West Africa, Morocco, bowing to the demands of the EU, did the same.

But this created a serious bottleneck of African immigrants who were still flowing North from their initial homeland while escaping violence and bloodshed which had broken out throughout various countries in the African continent.

Tunisia and Libya began to fill with the now displaced immigrants who became viewed as parasites not only by the EU, but also now by the host countries which had been paid of to detain them.

The economies of the Gateway countries could not support the mass migration now bottle-necked in their geography.   The economics of the situation just exacerbated the sociological situation as various religious and political factions began to fight.

Algeria – widespread discontent had been building for years over a number of issues. In February 2008, United States Ambassador Robert Ford wrote in a leaked diplomatic cable that Algeria is ‘unhappy’ with long-standing political alienation; that social discontent persisted throughout the country, with food strikes occurring almost every week; that there were demonstrations every day somewhere in the country; and that the Algerian government was corrupt and fragile.

During 2010 there were as many as ‘9,700 riots and unrests’ throughout the country.  Many protests focused on issues such as education and health care, while others cited rampant corruption.

Western Saraha – The Gdeim Izik protest camp was erected 12 kilometers (7.5 mi) south-east of El Aaiún by a group of young Sahrawis on 9 October 2010.   Their intention was to demonstrate against labor discrimination, unemployment, looting of resources, and human rights abuses.   The camp contained between 12,000 and 20,000 inhabitants, but on 8 November 2010 it was destroyed and its inhabitants evicted by Moroccan security forces.

The security forces faced strong opposition from some young Sahrawi civilians, and rioting soon spread to El Aaiún and other towns within the territory, resulting in an unknown number of injuries and deaths. Violence against Sahrawis in the aftermath of the protests was cited as a reason for renewed protests months later, after the start of the Arab Spring.

TunisiaMohamed Bouazizi was an elderly Tunisian.   Frustrated by a dictator and a government fraught with corruption, and unable to find work he began to sell fruit at a roadside stand.   On 17 December 2010, a municipal tax inspector confiscated his wares.

An hour later he doused himself with gasoline and set himself afire.  His death on the 4th January 2011  brought together various groups dissatisfied with the existing system, including many unemployed, political and human rights activists, labor, trade unionists, students, professors, lawyers, and others to begin the Tunisian revolution.

[left to right]  Ben Ali (Tunisia)Ali Abdullah Sulah (Yemen)Maummar Gaddafi (Libya), and Hosni Mubarak (Egypt)

It was against this increasing frustration that various Islamist opportunists began to take advantage of the situation.

In Libya 2011 The campaign and character of the opposition was never clearly established.   No one actually knew who these “rebels” were, or what entailed their ideology.  It is still best described as a motley gathering of opposition forces vaguely referred to as ‘The Rebels’.

In contrast to the seeming failure of its military challenge, the public relations campaign of the rebels, and their advocates, worked brilliantly.  Most of all it mobilized the humanitarian lefty hawks inhabiting the Obama presidential bird nest.

Most prominently Samantha Power, who has long called upon the United States government to use its might wherever severe human rights abuses occur. And the media celebrants of this intervention have been led by the ever progressive NY Times stalwart, Nicholas Kristof.

The PR full court press also misleadingly convinced world public opinion and Western political leaders that the Quackdaffy regime was opposed and hated by the entire population of Libya, making him extremely vulnerable to intervention, which encouraged the belief that the only alternative to military intervention was for the world to sit back and bear witness to genocide against the Libyan people taking place on a massive scale.   This entire portrayal of the conflict and the choices available to the UN and the global community was manipulatively false in all its particulars;  but it helped the radical islamists.

This Peace Corps generation keeps leaving its mark on the minds of the youth MTV humanitarians and Bono-Brangelina peaceniks with wars of excellence such as Libya, where the no-fly zone was actually an intervention, where the “matter of days” timeframe turned into months, where the war is to be called only conflict and all to avoid a genocide that wasn’t; but supported radical Islamists.

For the politically correct academia and civil society the hallmark of sophistication is now “Responsibility to Protect” (or R2P for the t-shirt makers).

R2P is a humanitarian’s “limited sovereignty” doctrinal version. It draws on international humanitarian law—a field of law which is still in its early stages and being written based on principles instead of practicality or empiricism—to claim that states are obligated to protect their citizens and that whenever they fail in this mission, the international community gains the legal right to intervene.

In its light form, the globalist doctrine behind R2P means the territory is to simply be “civilized” by the missionaries of liberal democracy. In its worse form, military force is to be applied promoting forceful regime change.

The historic Fabian approach has been to use manufactured crises to carry out their mantra: “Remould it closer to the heart’s desire”.  Thus with the convenient death of Mohamed Bouazizi the cause toward an ‘Arab Spring’ was commenced and exploited.

In more modern political lingo: “never let a crisis go to waste.” Sound familiar?

The doctrine of the Fabians is the doctrine of global Marxism; that same doctrine applies within the U.S. to the modern Saul Alinsky political followers.  However, the challenge within the goal of advancing socialism has always been the loss of individual wealth, and merit-based achievement, in favor of radical equity and distribution.

Back to the open border premise – once the economics of a situation change, and the immigrant can no longer support themselves, then the perspectives of nationalist concern take center stage.  After all, it does not take long for the tender sensibilities around lax immigration to backfire, reverse course, and disappear as economic demands force significant changes within a national economy now forced to spread ever-diminishing wealth.

Take the borders away from the economics and you start to think about global wealth.  Global wealth and applied Fabian Socialist thinking is predisposed on taking the assets of the most rich nation and sharing it.  This is exactly the ideology behind the multinational structures that began removing American wealth and redistributing it globally.

All of this advanced planning was proceeding according to a pre-determined course; well, it was advancing, until Donald Trump came forward and said “no more”!

Actually what candidate Donald Trump said was: “we will no longer surrender this country, or its people, to the false song of globalism.”

Remember that?

This bold “America First” nationalistic statement was a direct confrontation to the economic plans within multiple global institutions.  The International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, The United Nations, The World Trade Organization, etc. President Trump now became an existential threat to all of these institutions.  He was challenging everything decades of careful Fabian construction has built.

This is why POTUS Trump faces so much opposition from elites and benefactors of the global order.  President Trump represents a block to their influence over $20 trillion in U.S. Gross Domestic Product.   Without that funding mechanism the best plans of the powerful and connected are disrupted.  The source of their funding is now at risk.

All available geopolitical tools, techniques and strategies are being thrown at Trump in order to stop his doctrine.  Kamal Khashoogi is the manufactured wrench they are now  attempting to harden so they can throw it into the seemingly unstoppable Trump machine and stall his advanced policy objectives…

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431 Responses to History Repeating – Jamal Khashoogi and Mohamed Bouazizi as Tools…

  1. Peg_C the Deplorable says:

    Yoda on Patriots’ Soapbox just read this whole thing live. Calls it perhaps THE most important article of the year if not many years. Send the link to this to everyone you know, to all trolls, and TWEET IT!!! We can never give in, we can never give up!! ❤❤❤ GOD BLESS PRESIDENT TRUMP ❤❤❤

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    • mugzey302 says:

      The mere fact that Mr. Trump survived his candidacy proves that he IS God’s anointed, and is blessed to do the work he is doing. PRAY!! VOTE!! We must take this country back and give it back to God. The witches, sorcerers, Satanists are attacking him. Put on the full armor of God (Ephesians 6) and PRAY. Call down the armies of heaven to cast down and bind every one of them, in the name of Messiah Yeshua, and return those curses back to the senders 7-fold. Especially on 10/20. All praise and glory to Adonai Elohim.

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  2. This is an outstanding analysis of North Africa in relation to E.U. gloablist projects. But I would argue that SD’s thread tag “Cultural Marxism” is a better theoretical construct for understanding these dynamics than is Fabian Socialism.

    Relatively few leftists these days are old school economic Marxist materialists (public ownership of the means of production). Most of them will also acknowledge that central planning is a failure. Perverse as it seems to us, these fools see themselves as pragmatists and not Utopians (Fabians are utopian and do believe in central planning). The new new left puts its faith in “progressive” technocracy believing that they can fix any and every socioeconomic problems on a case-by-case piecemeal basis. They delude themselves into believing that they’re not engaged in social engineering. In reality, their “fixes” always cause more harm than good and myriad unintended consequences and thus are just as destructively utopian in effect if not in theory. To fog over their continual failures, they must constantly invent new lies and destroy anything that exposes them, while ever further divorcing themselves from reality.

    Now that the new new left has no coherent economic philosophy, all they are left with is the old hatreds (which never changed) and Cultural Marxism. They are “for” whatever weakens the traditional Judeo-Christian orders that made the west great and “resist” on behalf of supposedly marginalized and oppressed brown/“othered” peoples: multi-culti, transnationalist, Social Justice Warriors. Their intellectual forefathers are the likes of Frank Fannon, Herbert Marcuse, and Foucault. Not Fabian socialists like George Bernard Shaw and Bertrand Russell.

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    • Bendix says:

      I like that, tech. I have ranted and raved about the social engineers, but you have nailed where their beliefs come from. Something I did not grasp. I could not see why some very educated, very intelligent, otherwise decent people kept going with their behavior despite the glaring preponderance of evidence that it was worse than not helpful.
      I’m thinking in particular of a local school superintendent.
      Thanks for that analysis.

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      • TJ says:

        Here’s a short video presentation on cultural marxism and the frankfurt school.

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      • Ronald Hellesvig says:

        When you mentioned the local school superintendent you rang a bell. Fabianism is not limited to global elites it exists in local governments and institutions as well. It needs to be identified and exposed for what it is as soon as it lifts its ugly head and eliminated in order to preserve our country and its values.

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    • TJ says:

      The marxist front groups and their corporate benefactors are so desperate, they’re tripping over themselves in their “united front”. I also see threads of “third world marxism” and “cultural maoism”, in their attempts to enslave the world under the “false song of globalism”.

      You may like this article about the origins of political correctness.
      http://claremont.org/crb/article/the-rise-of-political-correctness/

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  3. Mongoose says:

    Lots of great background and linking of historical items as always by Sundance, bur forgive my ignorance. I still don’t get it.

    Who gives a crap about a journalist from the ME who of late worked for WaPo? Why was Trump so quick to jump on the Saudi’s demanding answer’s? I still cannot fathom why I should give two wits about this guy or what is going on? I just don’t get it. Oil has always been the big play in the ME. So what?

    Can anyone clarify for me? Thanks in advance.

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  4. Do others feel the similarities between what was rolled out against Kavanagh and the current Khashoggi operation? Concoct a narrative, accuse, accuse, accuse, media co-ordination, pressure POTUS to retreat on issue.

    As soon as the accusation=guilty crowd started piling on and demanding that sanctions be enacted against the Saudi’s etc etc I knew it was an operation ie. fake.

    If you doubt the depths bad actors in Turkey are capable of, just remember the Russian Ambassador gunned down in a secure area last year in Turkey.

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    • Bendix says:

      Hmm. Yes. I remember that the leaks about the Kavanaugh story started with “she felt unsafe” and eventually the story became “thought he might kill me”. So they already know that they need to go one better this time, hence, an actual killing.
      Only we haven’t seen the body yet.

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    • Buck says:

      And “Animal Assad” false flag gas attacks, and the Skirpal sham…and now this drama.

      POTUS now says, “severe consequences for anyone who killed Kashoogi!”

      If this stunt succeeds, I would expect the same type of operation to be run in the US.

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      • Matthew LeBlanc says:

        You’re on to something.

        Anytime the crazy left, deep state, and RINO’s all agree with a specific course of action, then my immediate response is to disregard as propaganda.

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  5. Do others feel the similarities between what was rolled out against Kavanagh and the current Khashoggi operation? Concoct a narrative, accuse, accuse, accuse, media co-ordination, pressure POTUS to retreat on issue.

    As soon as the accusation=guilty crowd started piling on and demanding that sanctions be enacted against the Saudi’s etc etc I knew it was an operation ie. fake.

    If you doubt the depths bad actors in Turkey are capable of, just remember the Russian Ambassador gunned down in a secure area last year in Turkey.

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  6. Iggy Scott says:

    I’ve been watching a few movies from the last two years – both Brit and American…. It’s highly interesting how many there are with Russians as bad guys… Russian Mafia or set in the Cold War or contemporary Bad Russian Government guys…

    In fact, I’d like to compare the amount of Bad Russians these past couple of years with those during the actual Cold War… which I seem to remember usually involving depictions of the CIA/US/UK side being just as bad or worse than the KGB/Moscow side…

    Meaning: It seems Russia gets worse treatment now than depictions back in the Soviet Dictatorship days….

    And now compare the treatment of Iran vs Saudi Arabia when it comes to bad acts…

    Social Programming…

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    • Bendix says:

      Maybe it’s partly because Russians are largely white?

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    • Sandra says:

      Don’t forget that under OB with MSM the Muslin Brotherhood gained acceptance as the leader of the Muslin theocracy that would bring “peace” to the Middle East. These same folks created a narrative that Israel is the “terror group” of the Middle East. Never mind that the Brotherhood acts in militant ways supporting Iran. Of course Iran was given the tools to cement its ‘ dominance by OB. The Saudis’ don’t support Iran’s dominance. Nor do they arm and fund the Hezbollah . Sooo make the the relationship with Saudis go away and Iran is the dominant player. The relationship with the Saudi’s and its ways is nothing new. Nor with other bad actors that are part of the delicate balance in the Middle East. I for one don’t want to live under Sharia Law. Our President really walks a fine line in order to allow our Democracy to survive.

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    • cthulhu says:

      I’ve been to Russia. Yeah, it’s weird. Yeah, there are a lot of indications that they are gathering data on you. Yeah, it’s not like going to other places. OTOH, it was a lot of fun, and (at the time) the people weren’t particularly hostile while we had money to spend.

      And Saint Petersburg had a magnificent history and nine time zones of wonders to share.

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  7. Bendix says:

    Are the Turks mad at President Trump because he forced them to send back our pastor?
    Could that be a minor factor in this play?

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  8. scrap1ron says:

    Allegations with no corroborating evidence. Hmmm, seems vaguely familiar…

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  9. Curt says:

    Unfortunately, this is the result of years of political malfeasance starting with the Bush 41 administration. At the time that Bush mentioned “The New World Order” in a speech on Sept. 11, 1991 I really had no idea what he was talking about. How many of us really knew? Not many. He followed that with the “Read My Lips” statement that was, of course, just a complete lie! We conservatives focus on the leftists and uber liberals in government and politics, but miss those “Snakes in the Grass” right under our own noses. Republicans, the vast majority who have been compliant RINOS, are the true purveyors of the current One World Order situation permeating the US. Through four administrations, spanning 28 years, the Republicans have acted as enablers for this new Socialist order. It was a rare Republican who stood up against this onslaught and he would ALWAYS be opposed by the majority in his own party…….. no need for Democrats here. The Republican party completely and utterly abdicated their essential role in this Republic. The frustration I felt with these weak self serving politicians is hard to describe! Think John Boehner or even Paul Ryan!
    The recent resurgence of SOME Republican politicians is a direct result of the great effect and change that President Donald Trump has brought forward. He seems to have energized and, literally given courage, to some otherwise docile and ineffective Republican politicians. I only hope that a majority of the American people see and understand this incredible change……… but I somehow doubt it.

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  10. TJ says:

    The MAGA is strong in this one. Great details and analysis. Thanks for an excellent read Sundance.

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  11. viator2 says:

    Spy vs. Spy, Muslim Brotherhood vs. House of Saud

    Jamal Khashoggi comes from a wealthy Saudi family. His grandfather was personal physician to King Saud. He is the nephew of Adnan Khashoggi, a multi-billionaire, the world’s greatest illegal arms dealer, who was involved in Iran Contra. He is also the cousin of Dodi Fayed, who was dating Princess Diana when they were both killed in a car crash in Paris.

    Jamal Khashoggi is a ex-member of the Muslim Brotherhood, writer, activist, agent, and no fan of Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS), the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, who wants to modernize Saudi Arabia. MBS recently came to power in Saudi, and many factions sought to wrestle control of the country.

    A group, called Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN), was recently incorporated in the state of Delaware as a tax-exempt organization in January of this year. Documentation indicates Jamal Khashoggi was set to lead DAWN, and that it aimed to gather “Arab Spring exiles who are scattered in various world capitals and cities, to strengthen their morale and utilize them.” Khaled Saffuri, an Arab-American political commentator and long-time friend of the vanished journalist, told The Daily Beast that Khashoggi had made trips to Europe to raise money for DAWN from Gulf state expats.

    According to a statement of core principles, reported by the Daily Beast, the group would aim to provide “a counter narrative in the Arab world and the West to Arab Spring skeptics”. Its members also planned to advocate to corporate leaders, policymakers, journalists and think tanks on behalf of democracy in the Middle East.

    Most of the allegations of murder/disappearance of Khashoggi accusing Saudi Arabia are coming from a man named Khaled Saffuri, who approached the Washington Post and David Isikoff with the story. The allegations blew up from there. As the story goes, Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi Embassy in Turkey and was never seen again. The Turks claim Khashoggi was murdered and dismembered in the Embassy, they claim a 15 member Saudi hit squad was responsible, they claim they have recordings of his murder from his Apple watch, but no one has yet produced any evidence. David Isikoff, reporter for Yahoo, is the guy who was the launderer for Christopher Steele’s dirty Russia Dossier. Isikoff’s Yahoo article (from information leaked by Steele) was used as one of the confirmation sources in the FISA Warrant against Team Trump. Isikoff has also written a book about the Russian probe.

    Who is Khaled Saffuri and why is Saffuri trying to steer the culpability to the Saudi’s, specifically, Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) for the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi?

    Khaled Saffuri is the protege of al-Qaeda fundraiser Abdurahman Alamoudi, who is currently serving a 17-year sentence in federal prison for his role as bagman for the Libyan/Al-Qaeda assassination plot and friend of convicted/deported Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader Sami al-Arian.

    Saffuri was also close to Dr. Jamal Barzingi, an Iraqi-American leader who had a network of investment companies, financed by wealthy Saudis. Saudis, who supported radical terror and opposed to Mohammed Bin Salman. Back in the early 2000’s, the US Government had a task force to fight Barzingi and his network of companies. One by one, the US Treasury blacklisted each company for supporting Al-Qaeda. Barzingi’s office was raided in March of 2002 and Alamoudi’s office was also raided at the same time, as part of the same investigation. Alamoudi was an aide to Barzingi in the early 90’s, yet Saffuri knew Barzingi since 1988.

    Osama Bin Laden was training Al Qaeda fighters alongside Bosnian Muslims as early as 1989. At the same time, Saffuri was also in Bosnia, and was Treasurer of the PAC (National Muslims for a Better America) to lobby the Clinton White House on behalf of Bosnian Muslims. There were 40 donors to the PAC and half of them have either been arrested or are/were under investigation for terror ties.

    Remarkably, Saffuri’s ties to terror financing were reported on shortly after the 9/11 attacks by none other than Michael Isikoff — one of the authors of the Yahoo News article. Yet Saffuri’s background is never mentioned.

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    • Mongoose says:

      Very good stuff. Never heard any of this before. I wonder what Sundance has to say about any of this.

      But I have to say, my antennae went up when you said “the group would aim to provide “a counter narrative in the Arab world and the West to Arab Spring skeptics”

      I believe there is still so much we do not know about what SoS Clinton, and the Intelligence (ha!) services were involved with that I would not doubt U.S. involvement, unofficial of course, by the Clintonista’s, to shut this guy up. The Dem’s are still protecting their brand from the evil doings of the past decade or more and have paid friends in many lands to do their bidding.

      So anyway, I smell a rat and we need to start having full disclosure of all the government has from the Bammy years. We need to drive a stake through the heart of the Left. It will be painful, the U.S. will suffer hits to our reputation but in the end the world will know that not all Americans were doing these deeds. But that will only work if justice is done.

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    • cthulhu says:

      Would take exception to your “Jamal Khashoggi is a ex-member of the Muslim Brotherhood, writer, activist, agent.” There is no indication of “ex-” w/r/t Muslim Brotherhood, and you forgot “spy”. That he was masquerading as a journalist and pundit does not in any way mean that those were his primary roles.

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  12. Dave says:

    This article is a keeper! Like a Rosetta Stone explaining how we all believe, putting it into words we are not as talented enough to do ourselves! Thank you, Sundance for dissecting a complex subject and painting it in layman’s terms. These times we are living in and witnessing firsthand are leading up to major Biblical prophecies to be fulfilled on a global scale! We are fortunate to be able to see through the veil that is blinding the vast majority of the earth. We know the source of the evil. And in the end, we know who wins! The enemy says “good is evil and evil is good”. I will file this article so I can refer to it in the future when I need to recall some of the great wording you used, as my memory declines. Also, thank you fellow Treepers for your excellent comments as usual!

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  13. Fascinating summary SD.

    “However, the challenge within the goal of advancing socialism has always been the loss of individual wealth, and merit-based achievement, in favor of radical equity and distribution.”

    Jordan Peterson offers a Pareto Principal argument for Marxism’s continued failures. It’s worth a listen. In a group of 10,000 people 100 will have 50% of the money (square root of population). This distribution works across all sorts of human endeavors. JP starts at 1:45.

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  14. completelytrue says:

    FAIL

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  15. Troy Tagoota says:

    Just my two cents. So much has been in the media recently concerning journalist and activist Jamal Khashoggi. OK. Here’s the thing (in my humble opinion), this guy is not an American citizen. He’s a progressive Saudi. He is always attacking the Saudi government. He, at one time, supposedly worked for the Saudi Arabian Intelligence Agency and perhaps for the CIA for a brief period. He got kicked out of the Saudi ministry and left the country in 2003 but stayed connected to Saudi intelligence and to Saudi elites. He started an independent news channel in Bahrain that was backed by none other than Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. One of those corrupt Saudi royals that Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammad bin Salman had locked up. In 2018, Khashoggi established a new political party called Democracy for the Arab World Now, posing a political threat to Crown Prince Mohammed. Once the Crown Prince took over, Khashoggi lost any influence and insider status he had with the Saudi government. He immediately went from being a detractor of Turkish leader Erdoğan and the Muslim Brotherhood, to being their supporters.

    Now, why is this such an important issue to the liberal mainstream media? This isn’t the first time a country has killed off a reporter. The media explains this as being because it’s against freedom of the press in a world where freedom of the press is not the norm. They claim their enthusiasm is due to Khashoggi being a graduate of a US college and a journalist for US news services but none of these reasons seem to carry the weight necessary considering the situation and the history of such situations. It reminds me of how the media sold the Ford/Kavanaugh drama. Everyone with a basic understanding of law understood there was no case but the media just kept slinging out headlines of faux outrage until it became a media event. So just why is this so important to the lamestream media?

    Remember, one of the first countries President Trump visited and negotiated with was Saudi Arabia. Soon after, the Saudi government started arresting several royals for corruption. Again (simply in my opinion) President Trump and the Crown Prince exchange intel on corrupt government practices between our two nations and I’m pretty sure this isn’t the only country President Trump has done this with (Russia and China come to mind). Trump was adamant about draining the Swamp and he wouldn’t talk the talk if he didn’t already have some intel on this corruption. We are now in what’s being called Red October. Red for bloody and Red for Republican victory. This is a time in our country where massive corruption is about to be exposed and the Swamp is well aware of that. So who do they attack? Russia, because when their corrupt dealings with Russia are exposed, they and their compliant media can say “It’s a plot by the Trump/Russia consortium.” or “It may look bad but Trump colluded too.”. It’s pretty obvious Saudi Arabia has also given President Trump evidence of Swamp corruption. There’s also evidence that Saudi Arabia is a hotbed of pedophilia that Hillary Clinton and some of her cohorts enjoyed. So before the Swamp gets exposed, they want to discredit the source of criminal allegations. This is why the media wants the demise of a Saudi citizen to be of extraordinary importance to US voters.

    Also, Khashoggi was tight with Osama Bin Laden until after 9/11. He was the nephew of late, high-profile Saudi Arabian arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi, known for his part in the Iran-Contra scandal. Khashoggi was a first cousin of Dodi Fayed, who was dating the UK’s Princess Diana when the two were killed in a car crash in Paris. Does this guy stink of Deep State CIA asset or what?

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