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EU adds Saudi Arabia to dirty-money blacklist, upsets UK, U.S.

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37 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Perhaps that’s a question you should put to your man Farage.

 

It is however off topic here.

It is very relevant to the topic as one entity (EU) is calling out other countries for 'poor practice', which then ignores itself.  

 

Whilst I will admit there are enough threads on the EU anyway and I don't want to use this one to discuss the shortfalls of the hypocritical EU. But well done on calling out Saudi Arabia.

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good move. saudis are total bigots and a staunch supporter of wahhabi terrorism. no respect for human rights too.

But i wonder; why USA is not in the list? its territories are in the list therefore USA needs to be in the list as well.

 

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3 hours ago, Pedrogaz said:

I would love to be smoking what the UK and US are smoking. Apart from the US, the Saudis are the biggest sponsors of terror in the world.

Oddly, the sponsors of 9-11 world trade center attack, and yet my government gives them a pass on murder of a journalist and those in the towers.

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1 hour ago, ReMarKable said:

Oddly, the sponsors of 9-11 world trade center attack, and yet my government gives them a pass on murder of a journalist and those in the towers.

Just recently it has come to light that quite a few Saudis have committed serious crimes in the U.S. only to be privately jetted out when released on bail. Their abrupt departures (similar to when the bin ladens were allowed to leave after 9/11) really points to some high level manipulations. I think the American public will be appalled when the reasoning behind all this gets to be finally known. IMO it is more than just the oil and money. 

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52 minutes ago, from the home of CC said:

Just recently it has come to light that quite a few Saudis have committed serious crimes in the U.S. only to be privately jetted out when released on bail. Their abrupt departures (similar to when the bin ladens were allowed to leave after 9/11) really points to some high level manipulations. I think the American public will be appalled when the reasoning behind all this gets to be finally known. IMO it is more than just the oil and money. 

Then what do you think it is?  Treason?

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8 minutes ago, ReMarKable said:

Then what do you think it is?  Treason?

 Just to be clear I'm not a big conspiracy theory fan but imo the saudis have something on the states, and it would have to be substantial to negate the effect of the reporters murder and all the other transgressions (if you research it it's amazing what they have gotten away with). It appears the saudis hold some type of leverage (other than oil/money) that allows them basically free reign in the free world. Maybe they were co workers on a 'project' that would be embarrassing/destabilizing  if the facts came out. Something really doesn't add up.

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