The disappearance and apparent assassination last week of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Arabian embassy in Istanbul, Turkey provides the US with the perfect opportunity to cut ties once and for all with the despotic House of Saud.
Installed by the British to protect the Crown’s Royal Dutch Shell & British Petroleum oil interests via the 1927 Treaty of Jeddah, the Saud dynasty has left a trail of bloodshed both domestically and internationally since its inception, serving the City of London bankers in its role as paymaster for their global counterinsurgency operations.
The latest royal butcher is Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud, who came to power promising token reforms. Instead, these empty words provided cover for a purge of domestic opposition, an escalation of Saudi regional aggression as in Yemen and an increased willingness to cooperate with the other Crown-installed Zionist entity known as Israel.
In a Sunday op-ed the Saudi mouthpiece Al Arabiya threatened that if the US sanctioned the country for the Khashoggi hit, it would, “stab its own economy to death”. The column also said the Saudis may start trading oil in Chinese yuan, become friends with Iran and invite the Russian military into the Kingdom via a new base at Tabuk in the strategic northwest of the country near the Red Sea.
Al Arabiya General Manager Turki Aldakhil said the Saudis were considering thirty different moves if the US acts, many involving the oil markets. Aldakhil, in the typical bellicose Saudi tone, stated, “If the price of oil reaching $80 angered President Trump, no one should rule out the price jumping to $100, or $200, or even double that figure”.
The US defense and oil industries have indeed become dependent on Saudi Arabia. The Saudis are by far the biggest foreign buyer of US armaments, and the Four Horsemen remain hooked on Saudi oil exports. Saudi investments in 30-year Treasury bonds and US money center banks are also significant.
There is no doubt that doing the right thing and cutting all ties to Saudi Arabia would be a shock to Wall Street and initially to the US dollar. But this is precisely what the US should do. And the Khashoggi incident provides just the outrageous event to demand this action.
In doing so the US would have to change its entire foreign policy in one fell swoop. We would need to mend fences and become allies with Iran, Hezbollah, and the Syria of Bashar al-Assad. We would need to back the Palestineans and cut ties with the Israeli entity. Above all, we would need to end our historical Anglophile subservience to the British Crown and develop strong relations with Russia and Germany instead.
Domestically, we would need to embark on an infrastructure spending program featuring alternative energy as its centerpiece, while scrapping the current focus on the build-out of the 5G full spectrum dominance control grid. This stimulus would cushion the blow, as we escape the grip of the Crown-controlled military-industrial complex.
The days of petulent Saudi threats need to be numbered. It is unconscionable that the US puts up with it, especially considering the Saudi role in the 911 terror attacks. It may be a Herculean task after decades of cavorting with these devils, but America is up for it. This is our chance to turn the page and provide an increasingly dark world with the moral leadership it so desperately needs.
You’ve been telling us all about your big balls Trump, so now’s your chance to let us Show Me State folk know if you actually have a pair.
Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Stickin’ it to the Matrix, The Federal Reserve Cartel & Illuminati Agenda 21: The Luciferian Plan to Destroy Creation. You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column @www.hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com