Posts Tagged ‘Saudi Arabia’

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November 2003: CNN shilling for Treason.

 

Max Cleland, a “9/11 Investigation Commissioner” calls bullshit on the cover-up.

America is full of willfully ignorant sheeple. That’s just a fact.

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None dare call it Treason.

 

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THIS is why Tulsi Gabbard needs to be in the debates: she will tell the truth despite how unpopular or contorted it’s been with propaganda. She wrote the STOP ARMING TERRORISTS ACT, which could NOT get passed in the US Congress.

Send her a dollar or more to ensure that she makes the requirement to be on the debate stage:

https://www.tulsi2020.com/

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“Against individualism, the Fascist conception is for the State; and it is for the individual in so far as he coincides with the State . . . . It is opposed to classical Liberalism . . . . Liberalism denied the State in the interests of the particular individual; Fascism reaffirms the State as the true reality of the individual.”
–Mussolini, The Doctrine of Fascism

Apple, Google Both Hosting Saudi Government App That Lets Men Track Women, Restrict Their Travel

“allows for male Saudis “to specify when and how women can cross Saudi borders, and to get close to real-time SMS updates when they travel.” Absher can be used to restrict which destinations Saudi women can travel to, as well as prevent them from traveling anywhere outside the country at all, and the SMS notification system is used to alert the men if the women try to leave on their own.”

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BINGO:

The Time list includes no journalists or whistleblowers from Israel, Egypt, India or any of the NATO countries. And there are no journalists who exposed state secrets or government misconduct in the United States.

Time magazine honors journalists facing repression—but snubs Julian Assange

Khashoggi, who was not so much a journalist as the representative of a dissident wing of the corrupt and highly privileged Saudi ruling elite. He was a grandson of the personal doctor to King Abdul Aziz al-Saud, founder of the dynasty, and nephew of billionaire arms dealer Adnan Khashoggi, a key figure in the Iran-Contra scandal of the 1980s.

Most of the nominees—as well as others mentioned in the Time cover story, journalists from Bangladesh, Brazil, Sudan and Hong Kong—have in common the fact that they have posed little or no threat to the interests of American imperialism or its allies and client states. With the exception of Khashoggi and Saudi Arabia, the regimes with which they came into conflict were either at odds with the United States or not close allies.