By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
We have covered for the Saudi’s long enough. In 2003, the initial FBI investigation of 9/11 found Saudi Arabia fully complicit, their government and royals at the highest level, working in concert with Israel, prominent organized crime figures and traitors at Washington’s highest levels. I have seen the reports. They are real. We needed to invade Saudi Arabia in September 2001 and when America gets a president with guts, we will do exactly that.
America doesn’t do that much business with Saudi Arabia. Their military is a sham, beaten to a pulp by spear wielding Houthi tribesmen. When their pilots come to Las Vegas to train, they never leave the whore houses and casinos while paid Palestinian surrogates attend their classes and fly their planes.
Everyone in the US military knows this.
Let’s thank Gina Haspel, current CIA director, for attempting to do her job. We won’t forget it. We also know that Gina can prove that Trump ordered Khashoggi’s killing through John Bolton. We believed she had prior knowledge as we knew she was with Kushner when the request to kill what Trump had called “the enemy of the state” was passed on to Saudi Arabia.
While we are at it, we might also note that Turkish intelligence has leaked, to all who pay attention, that they have had access to almost every room in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. The leaks already slowly bled to a waiting world are nothing compared to what Erdogan is holding.
For years, Erdogan has recorded Saudi Arabia planning ISIS attacks, arming them with chemical weapons and one more thing even more important.
On February 25, 2016 a squadron on Saudi Royal Air Force F16s and F15s arrived at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey. There, they were met by Israeli instructors and technicians who had arrived two days earlier in two C130 cargo planes from Israel.
The Saudi F16s were modified to carry nuclear weapons that Saudi Arabia had purchased from Israel between 1993 and 2005. Strike groups were established, combining F16s and F15s for deployment against Iran using nuclear weapons.
Initially negotiations began when as early as 2009, Saudi Arabia offered Israel use of their air space in nuclear strikes against Iran.
Only a year earlier, Turkey had contracted with Israel to have F16’s at Incirlik modified for nuclear weapons. Israel had promised Turkey that the 80 or more B61 thermonuclear weapons stored on the base could easily be seized and that Israel had the necessary software, supplied by Bush era national security advisor Richard Clarke, to activate and use stolen American nukes.
Upon learning this, President Obama had America’s nuclear arsenal in Turkey disabled, all fissionable material removed from the country.
There is much more to tell including Saudi, Israeli cooperation in testing small yield nuclear weapons in Yemen and testing the first W54 glide bomb over Yemen.
Trump gave dozens of the newly designed W54’s to Israel, which is why Russia sent the S300 system to Syria, not because of the loss of a single plane.
From Today’s UK Guardian: Fred Ryan, the publisher and CEO of the Washington Post, said: “The CIA has thoroughly investigated the murder of this innocent journalist and concluded with high confidence that it was directed by the crown prince. If there is reason to doubt the findings of the CIA, President Trump should immediately make that evidence public.”
Trump’s statement, titled “standing with Saudi Arabia” sought to portray the kingdom as an essential US ally in a struggle against Iran, and an irreplaceable customer for US arms sales.
He claimed a breach in the relationship between Washington and Riyadh would call an oil price spike.
“If you want to go see oil prices go to $150 a barrel, all you have to do is break up our relationship with Saudi Arabia,” Trump said in his remarks to reporters.
His statement made a series of false or unsubstantiated claims, suggesting that Riyadh is buying $110bn in US weapons. The actual total of offers since Trump took office is less than $15bn, and the value of actual signed contracts is significantly lower than that.
Gordon Duff posted articles on VT from 2008 to 2022. He is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. A disabled veteran, he worked on veterans and POW issues for decades.
Gordon is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world’s largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.
Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world, and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than “several” countries. He is also a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist, and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration. Business experience and interests are in energy and defense technology.