If you remember Hillary screaming “what difference does it make” at Senate hearings over the four American Ambassadors who were left to die in Benghazi, then you should be disgusted over the recent Saudi hysteria of the killing of Jamal Kashoggi.
You have a Saudi journalist (who was known to have close ties in the Muslim Brotherhood) murdered in a Saudi embassy in Turkey, over what…we’re not sure. And somehow the media gives this more attention than the four Americans who were tortured and murdered by members of the Islamic militant group Ansar al-Sharia in 2012.
Ah, but “What difference does it make, Hillary?”
[Don’t think for a moment that we’ll forget how our rescue teams were told to “stand down” after our ambassadors pleaded for help]
You need to look beyond this media hysteria over Kashoggi and ask yourself this question: “What are they hiding covering up this time?”
The media smoke screens over this farce could be for a multitude of reasons.
Let’s put on our tin-foil hats and take a stab over this having something to do with YEMEN.
Yes, that’s right, Yemen. The country where the Saudis have been murdering thousands of innocent people with bombs and weapons supplied by the US.
Why Yemen, you ask?
Saudi oil wells have been running dry for many years and Yemen’s oil fields are flush with untapped oil reserves.
We’ll pose the question: “Is it (once again) all about the oil?”
Be sure to read our November newsletter where we show you how this Saudi smoke screen is protecting a major economic shift in the World Reserve Currency linked to the Saudi’s, Russia, and China.