Well, that didn’t take long. It was less than 6 months ago that allegiance to the Eye of Sauron was solemnly sworn by the leaders of the United States, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt: Donald Trump, Salman bin Abdulaziz, and Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. This event commemorated installation of a state of the art intelligence gathering facility in Riyadh.
At the time, Nathan Leal commented that, “It will use 21st century technology to take (surveillance and government sponsored) terrorism to the next level (as quoted in Trump and the Orb of … Suveillance).” Apparently, we have arrived at the next level.
The pact represented the start of a new era. Subsequent to this pact, one of the first things that the Saudi king did was to replace the crown prince (then his nephew) with his son, Mohammed bin Salman. This was the beginning of a transfer of power that we have now seen significantly moved forward over recent days.
When promoted, Mohammed had already been spearheading efforts to ween Saudi Arabia off of its dependence on oil and create a $1.9 trillion fund with which to diversify its economy by selling off part of its national oil company, Aramco.
Key reform policies currently in place — such as the Vision 2030 plan and a planned IPO by Saudi oil giant Aramco — were already being driven by him. (CNN, June 21, 2017)
The Saudis have to do something. At current oil prices they will run out of money in five years. According to Marengo Capital, the plan has a significant international dimension. Once Western players are invested in Aramco, a global carbon treaty is to be used to suppress its competitors, and the new consortium will lock in as the worlds premiere oil supplier.
Naturally, there has been resistance to these plans, and who is on what side of this is difficult to determine, other than within Saudi Arabia itself. Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, along with 10 other princes and 38 cabinet ministers, have been busted in an “anti-corruption” sweep and their assets confiscated. They are on the losing side.
(INTELLIHUB) — Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal’s recent arrest, along with the arrest of 10 other princes and over 38 cabinet ministers, has created quite a stir … .
It looks like King Salman’s commitment to the Eye of Sauron has paid off, and after only about five months of surveillance his police were able to nail these guys. I guess they weren’t aware of the upgrade. At any rate this is a sudden re-balancing and consolidation of power. King Salman and Prince Mohammed are on the winning side.
It is not just these 11 Saudi princes. Eight more were killed in a helicopter crash:
The shocking latest twist in what has been a chaotic weekend in Saudi Arabia is news that a helicopter transporting 8 high-ranking Saudi officials (including prince Mansour bin-Muqrin) has crashed in the south of the Kingdom, near the border with Yemen. … Crown Prince Mansour bin-Muqrin, deputy Emir of Asir province … was a son of Muqrin bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the ex-intelligence chief who briefly was Saudi Arabia’s crown prince from January to April 2015. (ZeroHedge, Nov. 6, 2017)
All eight aboard were killed, and among them son of the ex-intelligence chief. Out with the old and in with the new, eh? In context we must assume this was not an accident. ZeroHedge continues:
The crash site is reported near … Yemen. The area has seen a number of cross-border retaliatory attacks from Yemen in recent months, reportedly leading to casualties among Saudi troops. …
The crash also comes after Saudi Arabia yesterday intercepted and destroyed a ballistic missile near Riyadh’s international airport after it was fired from Yemen in an escalation of the kingdom’s war against Iran-backed Huthi rebels. (ZeroHedge, Nov. 6, 2017)
Let’s keep our tally. Adding the 8 killed to the 11 arrested brings the “roundup” to 19 members of the Saudi ruling class, plus the 38 cabinet ministers. To this we add the Yemeni missile. Th Yemeni rebel forces are understood to be backed by Shia Iran. In addition to this, the hitherto Saudi-backed Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, had to resign after the Saudis announced that Lebanon had declared war against them due to overweening Iranian influence within the country. The event was part of a regional push by the United States, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq to suppress Iranian/Shia influence within what Israel privately considers “Greater Israel” – an entity yet to be fully formed.
As is already well-known, the Saudi and Israeli common cause against perceived Iranian influence and expansion in places like Syria, Lebanon and Iraq of late has led the historic bitter enemies down a pragmatic path of unspoken cooperation as both seem to have placed the break up of the so-called “Shia crescent” as their primary policy goal in the region. (“Explosive” Leaked Secret Israeli Cable Confirms Israeli-Saudi Coordination To Provoke War, ZeroHedge, Nov. 7, 2017
It was in the interests of Greater Israel that ISIS was formed; created by CIA and the Russian Jewish Mafia, to destabilize and rebalance the powers in the region (See War with Syria). But now as the new national interrelationships are firming up, the usefulness and presence of ISIS in the middle east is ending. U.S. military has been seen evacuating them. It only makes sense. Is ISIS being moved to the United States?
In America, it turns out the recently arrested Alwaleed bin Talal and eugenicist Bill Gates together own 90% of the company that manages floors 35-39 of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Such management gives them an operational presence there. This is similar in concept to the Russian mob operating from Trump Tower in NYC or “Little Moscow” in Sunny Isles Florida.
Another Alwaleed company, ETS Risk Management, described as a private military company, was reportedly, “on the ground before, during, and after the Oct. 1 attack in Las Vegas.” (Recently incarcerated Saudi Prince linked to 5 independently managed floors inside Mandalay Bay, by Shepard Ambellas – November 5, 2017). This helps explain various eye-witness reports about the Mandalay shooting.
But forget Alwaleed bin Talal. His career is now over. And ISIS is over — at least in the Middle East. And now Greater Israel has a glorious future, at least until the Ottoman Dragon revives.