Saudi Royals Imprisoned At Riyadh's Ritz-Carlton Paying For Their Freedom

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  • #666727
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    https://www.yahoo.com/news/saudi-royals-imprisoned-riyadh-apos-175135779.html

    Trump is wrong to support King Salman and his son. I do not agree with his decision to support them.

    What does this say about us when we are supporting corrupt rulers who are illegally seizing assets from businessmen while they’ve been put in prison without any due process?

    I do not like this style of governance at all. I am disgusted and appalled.

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    There are some reports that these men will have to give up upwards of 70% of their wealth, especially their foreign holdings.

    If that deal for freedom does not include banning these men and their immediate families from being involved with politics, and banning these men from leaving Saudi Arabia, then they may cause trouble later for the current ruling Saudi group.

    I do not like this style of governance at all. I am disgusted and appalled.

    You may be more open to the idea if you imagine using the same concept to force the bankers to pay back the hundreds of trillions that were printed and given to them in bailouts.

    #666755
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    There are some reports that these men will have to give up upwards of 70% of their wealth, especially their foreign holdings.

    That’s what the article says as well.

    You may be more open to the idea if you imagine using the same concept to force the bankers to pay back the hundreds of trillions that were printed and given to them in bailouts.

    We should have never bailed them out in the first place.

    #666764
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    We should have never bailed them out in the first place.

    We did not bail them out, their servants in government did so and stuck us with the bill.

    #666767
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    We did not bail them out, their servants in government did so and stuck us with the bill.

    Frustrating, man.

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    We did not bail them out, their servants in government did so and stuck us with the bill.

    YEAH!!

    See things as they are and not as you would want them to be

    #666859
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    We did not bail them out, their servants in government did so and stuck us with the bill.

    Frustrating, man.

    We did not bail them out, their servants in government did so and stuck us with the bill.

    YEAH!!

    Here is a thought. It is claimed that the total wealth being held is around equal to $800 billion U.S. dollars. But, that is a guess. It is not verified information.

    Many of those arrested were powerful Saudi Princes, while likely had previous diplomatic immunity protections when they did business outside of Saudi Arabia. These men likely did not disclose all their holdings to foreign governments. It is likely much of their foreign wealth is far higher than reported.

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    The Saudis have always been dirty (9/11). But Trump has to support them because they’re about to go to war with Iran and they are a great strategic ally.

    #666874
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    Iran

    I prefer Iran over Saudi Arabia. The Persians have a rich culture and history. Saudi Arabia does not even come close.

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    The Saudis have always been dirty (9/11). But Trump has to support them because they’re about to go to war with Iran and they are a great strategic ally.

    Ohh, for f~~~s sake. It’s not like the middle-east needs (yet) another war…

    And with “friends” like these, who needs enemies?

    "Expecting to find a decent woman on a dating site is like dumpster diving and expecting to come out with a gourmet meal." Won'tGetFooledAgain

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    The Saudis have always been dirty (9/11). But Trump has to support them because they’re about to go to war with Iran and they are a great strategic ally.

    Rumor has it that President Trump may have had a hand in this Saudi purge.

    What has happened, and the weakening of the political structure within Saudi Arabia, decreases the chances of a hot war between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

    Going to to war with a weaker nation, with a good chance of victory, after a political purge to unite the nation is one matter.

    But, going to war with a stronger nation, where there is a good chance of defeat, after a political purge will not unite nation. Instead, those within government and many in the population will view this as an act of madness and suicide, where the leader realizes he or she cannot maintain control of the nation, and in response the leader is going to arrange for the nation to be destroyed by a stronger enemy before the leader can be deposed and maybe worse.

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    I had hoped with Trump we would butt the hell out of other countries. Getting mixed up in other countries was something I didn’t like with the Clintons or the Bushes.

    The whole Middle East is a quagmire. The sooner we GTFO, the better.

    Going in deeper is stupid.

    Let them solve their own problems. We got enough here.

    Frank V.

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    Another no win situation.
    Odd to see the Saudi’s flexing so much muscle, along with making ties with Israel. Something in the works we have not heard about yet,…..

    mgtow is its own worst enemy

    #667079
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    Another no win situation.
    Odd to see the Saudi’s flexing so much muscle, along with making ties with Israel. Something in the works we have not heard about yet,…..

    I think it’s going to backfire on them.

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    The Saudi regime is corrupt, from King Salman down to his lowest Henchman.

    Family and government are one. Where did the King get millions to buy London apartments? You have all sorts of self-dealing where members of the royal family are engaged in lucrative business contracts with the government.

    There is no independent judiciary. The King decides who to prosecute for political reasons, and other corrupt officials who are loyal to him, do as they please.

    So the anti-‘corruption’ campaign is selective, just like Vladimir Putin’s anti-‘corruption’ campaign. Can’t very well put YOURSELF in prison, can you? It is to consolidate power, punish enemies, and rewards friends.

    The first step to reform is transparency, an income statement for Saudi Aramco, how all the money is spent by the corrupt oligarchy. And divorcing State from religion (Wahabbism). Of course, that will not happen.

    The system works by feeding the Sheeple government benefits, sufficient that they do not rebel and overthrow the regime.

    Remember Trump’s first foreign trip to visit, AND LEND LEGITIMACY to the Saudi regime? Trump is no friend of freedom. Any more than his predecessors who also visited our ‘friend’ Saudi Arabia were.

    Visiting Saudi Arabia and doing the gay sword dance with Saudi royalty, just p~~~es off other countries in the region… AND it p~~~es off Islamists who see Saudi Royalty as corrupt and decadent, which puts another target on our back.

    Maybe a better scheme would be make Aramco a public company, and evenly divide it amongst ALL Saudis with under $200,000 USD of assets, so THEY would receive dividends/benefits DIRECTLY instead of going through Almighty King Salman and his Henchmen? The government would then have to raise funds through conventional taxes, and be transparent about how money was spent. Establishing an independent judiciary and divorcing religion from State would also be major improvements.

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