Last night I came upon a Frontline program – by accident? It is about The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Bin Salmon, and the butchering of a journalist, Khashoggi. Watch this horrific video, then ask how come the Buck Foundation opened wide our Golden Gates to Big Oil Players – as did Donald Trump – whose family has been adopted by a murderer with Big Oil Bucks.
I awoke this morning with a truthful account going on. I lost everyone because I sought the truth about how my sister drowned, and, because I am a newspaperman. Everything was taken from me, but – MY MORNING STORY! This is the first story – this morning. I will feed you the news of the Saudi Invasion into our beloved San Francisco Bay in small bites. I believe the majority of citizens would have – objected – if they knew. Study the Saudi Royal Family Tree. King Faisal came to Marin City – and has no offspring. He was assassinated. You will see him in this video. The Kirshner’s are Arabian Oil Players. Trump’s daughter – is a threat!
Japan attacked Pearl Harbour after the U.S. led an oil embargo to weaken the growing military might of the Emperor. Securing the world’s oil – is the BIG JOB of BIG DADDY WARBUCKS. Trump relished this INVITE to the BIG TABLE that Khashoggi was exposing by simply being critical of the Crown Prince – who rounded up hundreds of DISBELIEVERS – and tortured them – employing Royal Goon Squads. That Trump promised to employ his armed goon squads, that he promised would not be happy – if he lost – is to put a red checkered towel on the President of the United States head. How can his red-hat loyalists claim they are Patriots?
- President Donald Trump bragged that he protected Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman after the assassination and dismembering of the Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in October 2018.
- “I saved his ass,” Trump had said amid the US outcry over Khashoggi’s killing, according to Bob Woodward’s new book. “I was able to get Congress to leave him alone. I was able to get them to stop.”
- The president told Woodward he didn’t believe that MBS ordered Khashoggi’s murder, though the US and other foreign intelligence services concluded that he did order the attack.
- After Khashoggi’s murder, Trump bypassed Congress to sell roughly $8 billion in arms to the Saudis and the United Arab Emirates. He vetoed a trio of resolutions blocking the sale, as well as a resolution to end US support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen.
(Press TV, 7 March 2016) ~ The first batch of mercenaries from the private US military firm DynCorp has arrived in the Yemeni city of Aden to replace paid militants from another American company.
Under a USD-3-billion contract between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and DynCorp, mercenaries from the company are to be deployed to Yemen, where UAE forces are fighting against the Yemeni army and Popular Committees on Saudi orders, Khabar News Agency quoted an official with Yemeni Defense Ministry as saying.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the first group of the mercenaries recently arrived in the port city of Aden to replace those of Blackwater, a notorious American group now renamed Academi.
When Beryl Buck, a Marin County, California widow, died on May 30, 1975 at the age of 75, she left $7.6 million “for exclusively nonprofit charitable, religious or educational purposes in providing care for the needy in Marin County, California, and for other nonprofit charitable, religious or educational purposes in that county.” For many years, Buck and her husband, a physician, had lived in Ross, a wealthy town in Marin County, just north of San Francisco.
When Buck died, the money was mostly invested in Belridge Oil stock. The oil company was privately held and owned land that was rich in heavy crude oil reserves in Southern California. By the time the lengthy probate proceedings had ended, Belridge Oil had been sold to Shell Oil Company and the total amount in the Buck Trust skyrocketed from $7.6 million to $260 million.
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