If you've been following the Khashoggi disappearance case, you're probably like me: baffled by it all. After all, there's not much about it that makes much sense, and there are so many connections that spill out from it that it raises a number of questions, all of them boiling down to "just what the heck is going on?" Mr. S.D. spotted this article at Zero Hedge, and it's an excellent summary, as far as it goes, of all those "connections":

Jamal Khashoggi: Where The Road to Damascus & The Path to 9/11 Converge

Not the least of the "problematical problematics" of the case are related to what the author of the article has to say about former CIA director John Brennan's sudden about face or "Road to Damascus" experience, where Brennan, who once opposed the release of the 28 redacted pages on 9/11 lest too much be revealed about the role of the (out)House of Saud seems to have changed his mind:

Regarding The 28 Pages, CIA Director, John Brennan once said, “releasing a classified section of the congressional investigation into the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States would be a mistake. A reason to keep them under wraps is they contain “unvetted information” that some could use to unfairly implicate Saudi Arabia in the terror attacks.”

Yet, now when faced with the comparatively less significant disappearance and murder of only one man, Khashoggi (not the thousands on 9/11, the hundreds from Khobar and the Embassy bombings or the 17 U.S. sailors from the Cole), based on far less substantiated and convincing evidence from newspapers(rather than a several hundred page bi-partisan, bi-cameral Congressional Investigation’s Final Report), John Brennan is suddenly moved to hold the Saudis accountable.

On Khashoggi’s disappearance, Brennan had this to say: “It appears increasingly likely that Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was detained and killed at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul. There is still much that we don’t know, but if such an audacious act was carried out, it almost certainly would have required the approval of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Khashoggi was a particular irritant to the crown prince. Khashoggi was widely known and respected inside and outside the kingdom for his literary talent, political acumen and principled opposition to Mohammed’s increasing authoritarianism and arrogance. The news reports and Turkish government accounts of Khashoggi’s disappearance from the Saudi Consulate, and the contemporaneous arrival of two planeloads of Saudis, have the hallmarks of a professional capture operation or, more ominously, an assassination. As someone who worked closely with the Saudis for many years, and who lived and worked as a U.S. official for five years in Saudi Arabia, I am certain that if such an operation occurred inside a Saudi diplomatic mission against a high-profile journalist working for a U.S. newspaper, it would have needed the direct authorization of Saudi Arabia’s top leadership — the crown prince. I am confident that U.S. intelligence agencies have the capability to determine, with a high degree of certainty, what happened to Khashoggi. If he is found to be dead at the hands of the Saudi government, his demise cannot go unanswered — by the Trump administration, by Congress or by the world community. Ideally, King Salman would take immediate action against those responsible, but if he doesn’t have the will or the ability, the United States would have to act. That would include immediate sanctions on all Saudis involved; a freeze on U.S. military sales to Saudi Arabia; suspension of all routine intelligence cooperation with Saudi security services; and a U.S.-sponsored U.N. Security Council resolution condemning the murder. The message would be clear: The United States will never turn a blind eye to such inhuman behavior, even when carried out by friends, because this is a nation that remains faithful to its values.”

Really, Mr. Brennan? Never turn a blind eye? You turned two blind eyes to the Saudis for nearly 20 years as you defended them and kept the truth of their misdeeds shrouded in secrecy from the 9/11 families, the Embassy Bombing families, the Khobar Tower families, and the USS Cole families. Cover up is complicity and you have been complicit for 20 years! And now you are worried about inhumane behavior? Now, you are interested in the United States taking immediate action and imposing sanctions?

Nor is the hypocrisy limited to Mr. Brennan; it has reached across the aisles to become "bi-partisan":

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was another one of the key members of Congress who chose to side with the Saudis instead of the 9/11 Families.

Specifically, regarding JASTA and the Saudi role in the 9/11 attacks, Graham was “not convinced the Saudi government was culpable even though many of the 9/11 hijackers were Saudi citizens.”They want to blame bin Laden,” Graham said about the Saudis. “All I can say is, from what I can tell, I don’t think the government of Saudi Arabia was involved here.” Graham, who said he’s in close contact with Saudi officials about the issue, warned it could destroy America’s relationship with Saudi Arabia, a critical ally in the tumultuous Middle East. “This is an odd situation in the sense that 9/11 families are high on everybody’s list to take care of,” Graham said. “It comes at a time when Saudi Arabia believes that America is not a reliable ally. It comes at a time when they think they’re being blamed for things they didn’t do. All I’m trying to find is a way to move forward with a legal process that doesn’t destroy the relationship. That’s worth investing some time in.”

Now juxtapose that with what Graham has to say after the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi: “I’ve never been more disturbed than I am right now. If this man was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, that would cross every line of normality in the international community.” “If they’re this brazen it shows contempt. Contempt for everything we stand for, contempt for the relationship.”

Lindsey Graham has never been more concerned with such “brazen contempt” put forth by the Saudis in connection to the disappearance of Khashoggi? Apparently, for Lindsey, it wasn’t the 3,000 dead on 9/11, and fifteen Saudi hijackers flying planes into the Twin Towers and Pentagon that triggered the end of his Saudi love affair. No, it was Jamal Khashoggi getting killed in the Saudi Consulate in Ista

The hypocrisy here reveals a much deeper problem, that of the interconnectivity of "the deep state", and the deeply international entanglements that corruption of that breadth and depth creates. Consider just the connections that spin out from Khashoggi:

Which begs the obvious question: Who was Jamal Khashoggi and why has his disappearance and alleged murder triggered this unprecedented, and out of character response from so many in Washington DC?

Unfortunately, the answer to that question makes the many statements and support currently being given by so many in Washington even more incomprehensible. Because Jamal Khashoggi was no Mother Theresa.

First, let me be crystal clear—>Jamal Khashoggi was not merely a journalist working for the Washington Post.

Additionally, Jamal Khashoggi was not just an outspoken critic of current Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman.


Also, please note that in one of the leading books written about the 9/11 attacks, Lawrence Wright’s, “The Looming Tower,” Jamal Khashoggi is portrayed by Wright as a “friend” of Bin Laden. Khashoggi is not a “journalist” who reports on bin Laden. Rather he is described as Osama Bin Laden’s friend. And the Bin Laden/Khashoggi friendship apparently spans more than a decade—from Afghanistan, to Pakistan, to the Sudan.

In addition, also note that Jamal Khashoggi was closely connected to Prince Turki al Faisal. Prince Turki was the head of Saudi intelligence for more than 20 years. Interestingly, he resigned from his post 10 days before 9/11. Probably more interestingly, Turki is the man who allegedly brokered the deal with Bin Laden back in 1998 where, in exchange for money and support, Bin Laden would not attack the Saudi Royal Family.  Some believe that this agreement paved the way for the 9/11 attacks and various intelligence agencies around the globe “looking the other way” or “turning a blind eye” to al Qaeda’s actions in the lead up to 9/11. Notably, Prince Turki al Faisal was also one of the first named defendants in the 9/11 Families’ litigation.  He was dismissed from the case years ago due to grounds of sovereign immunity.

Moreover, Jamal Khashoggi was also closely connected to Prince Alaweed bin Talal who was held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel last year by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Additionally, reporting also links Talal to the 9/11 attacks. and and

Finally, there is Khashoggi’s family connection to Adnan Khashoggi, the notorious Saudi arm’s dealer at the center of the CIA’s Iran-Contra fiasco back in the 80’s.  (Emphasis added)

By now you may be wondering why I'm citing such lengthy sections of the Zero Hedge article. There is method to my madness, and it is directly related to today's high octane speculation, for it's that connection to Adnan Khashoggi that reveals just how deep this rabbit hole may be, and why so many now seem more concerned about why Khashoggi was suddenly "disappeared" in a Saudi version of an Arkancide.

So who was Adnan Khashoggi, besides being another rich Saudi billionaire? Well, for one thing, he hovers in and around the BCCI  affair(Bank of Credit and Commerce International, otherwise more popularly known as the Bank of Crooks and Criminals International), and was strongly rumored to have connections to the Iran-Contra scandal, being one of the brokers handling the sensitive financial and arms transfers involved.  And just for kicks, let's recall that when the BCCI blew up, its fallout connected to all sorts of "other stuff", like Roberto Calvi, Banco Ambrosiano, Saddam Hussein's attempt to buy a "supergun" from Canadian ballistics and artillery genius Gerald Bull, the Ps-G scandal and more rumored connections between Licio Gelli, Michele Sindona... you name it.

Now why is the Iran-Contra connection important, and how does it involve Khashoggi? The allegations first came out in an interview given by Gunther Russbacher to Rodney Stich (Defrauding America: A Pattern of Related Scandals) on May 1, 1991, which Russbacher was in federal prison. Russbacher alleged that prior to Ronald Reagan's 1980 election victory, that he flew then vice-presidential candidate George H.W. Bush, William Casey - who was to be Reagan's CIA director, and (here it comes) Robert Gates to a secret meeting in Paris with Iranian counterparts. Among the people whom Russbacher alleges were Adnan Khashoggi and Hashemi Rafsanjani, the Ayatollah Khomeini's second in command (Stich, op. cit., pp. 215-216, 220).

Lest we forget, Adnan Khashoggi was also connected to the theft of Inslaw's PROMIS software by the Reagan Justice Department, and its modification with secret "back doors" and subsequent sale to several countries, and its arranged "theft" by the Soviet Union. (See

And lest we forget, Adnan was Jamal's uncle, and Jamal was a cousin to the late Princess Di's lover, Dodi Fayed: Missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is a nephew of a billionaire arms dealer and second cousin of Princess Diana's lover Dodi Fayed

I mention all this because of two overriding common features to all of these interesting connections; those features are (1) a connection to international finance; and (2) a connection to intelligence agencies, and especially, to the PROMIS software which could be - and according to some, was - modified to track financial transactions "in real time." And that, in my high octane speculation for today, is what I suspect the real story is here, for as I pointed out in my book Hidden Finance, Rogue Networks, and Secret Sorcery: The Fascist International, 9/11, and Penetrated Operations, there is a financial aspect to the 9/11 conspiracy that is quite large and which, in my opinion, is one of the centers and key motivations for the whole tragedy. The software would have facilitated the operations of a hidden system of finance, and moreover, made it possible to trace and track the financing of key cover operations and the entire network making it possible. The relationship between the PROMIS-Inslaw scandal and 9/11 may not seem apparent, until one considers the countries that suddenly quit using the software in the aftermath of 9/11. As I pointed out in my book, many of the countries warning about the impending 9/11 attacks also had purchased the modified software for use in their intelligence agencies, which suggests that the intelligence ultimately came from the very network involved in its planning.

But howsoever one speculates and connects the dots here, one thing emerges: the Khashoggis were involved in much deep state activity that connects a multitude of scandals.

In short, there is deep background to the deep state, and deep background to what is going on now. Back then, they called the whole alleged Bush flight to Paris in the 1980 election cycle to delay the Iranian release of American hostages until after the election, the "October Surprise", and it was none other than one of President Jimmy Carter's national security advisors, Gary Sick, who first uncovered and exposed the plot and popularized the expression itself in his book of the same title. And it can hardly be coincidental that once again, the Khashoggi family is in the news during the month of October. And that means, I suspect, that some in the "deep state" have some deep stress and anxiety right now, and that those anxieties concern that "deep background". Consider the Iran-Contra story that would not go away, not even after Senator Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) complained of the CIA running an entire air force and guns-for-drugs operation. One leg of that story, according to Terry Reed's Compromised: Clinton, Bush, and the CIA, ends up in Mena, Arkansas...

See you on the flip side...




Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. Gaia Mars-hall on October 21, 2018 at 10:39 pm

    Just don’t blame Hillary……He was Arkansided!

    • Dave Truman on October 23, 2018 at 6:04 pm

      This is a test post to make sure it works.

  2. goshawks on October 21, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    “Saudi Crown Prince spoke to Khashoggi by Phone moments before He was Killed: Report”

    I think the interesting thing here is: Who advised MbS to embark on this whole undertaking? Track that ‘source’ down, and you will understand the Why… (Assuming the whole thing is not ‘theater’, Miles Mathis style.)

  3. zendogbreath on October 19, 2018 at 5:10 pm

    again i gotta speculate that rockheads et al no longer participate in the wargames paradigm. they seem to think they can survive no problemo. and flourish.

    if aftermath is no longer the absolute limiter in nuke war and the rottenchildren have their protections and antidotes in place, it provides their means and their excuse for the massive genocide that they’re almost advocating publicly.

    it does seem way plausible that plasma resolves radiation. other aspects of electric universe theory seem to make nukes archaic. clearly the breakaway civvies have accessed and developed electric universe tech and are now implementing it wholesale. plasma cannons mounted on drones starting 15 fires simultaneously in greece and cali and sweeping up everything in their paths? storms ramped up if not produced out of nowhere with heterodyned microwaves to sweep everything and everyone away with water? droughts on demand just by holding weather systems away from huge areas at will?

    clearly they don’t need nukes to run their genocide. but it does provide them a great story to tell the grandkids bout why they had to do it. plus it fulfills their prophecy.

  4. Nidster - on October 19, 2018 at 3:39 am

    Whenever the ‘media and deep state“ speak with ONE voice’ it greatly concerns me as to what is really going on.

    I agree with marcos toledo who said “A 15 man hit team and in their own embassy in a foreign country are the Saudis that stupid?”

    Then I started to connect some dots…. 2015, 12-30 “In what can only be described as one of the most frightening and chilling Ministry of Defense (MoD) reports we’ve ever been permitted (in part) to review, Russian military-intelligence analysts are warning today that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who traveling to Saudi Arabia to declare himself before that regime as the “leader” of the entire Islamic world and has, also, stated his intention of igniting World War III between NATO and Russia so that these “apostate powers” will destroy themselves thus enabling Muslims, under his “leadership”, to establish a global caliphate.”?

    • Nidster - on October 19, 2018 at 3:52 am

      2015, 12-30, Swiss Military Chief Orders Nation To Arm Itself Over Global War Fears

      The Ministry of Defense (MoD) is reporting today that Switzerland’s Chief of the Armed Forces, Lieutenant General André Blattmann, has requested that his government immediately approve an order for his nation to re-arm itself due to his fears of “hybrid wars” threatening the peace of the world and the growing global economic crisis—and that he foresees as causing massive unrest upon the European continent threatening the basis of Swiss prosperity that he warns “has once again been called into question”.
      The “hybrid wars” feared by General Blattmann that are leading to World War III, this report notes, are being “instigated/directed” by Turkey’s “madman/insane” President Recep Tayyip Erdogan—who this week has traveled to Saudi Arabia to declare himself as the leader of the entire Islamic world (and whose followers are now calling him a “god”) in his bid to ignite a global conflict between Russia and the West—after which he, Erdogan, will be able to establish his caliphate thus resurrecting the Ottoman Empire.

      • Don B on October 19, 2018 at 8:46 am

        Totally agree. Saved me from writing a 4-5 line post. db

      • goshawks on October 19, 2018 at 4:09 pm

        It is indeed interesting to speculate on how much Erdogan is an independent entity, especially after the (real or not) coup attempt. With all the ‘maneuvering’ going-on over the Middle East, I am occasionally drawn to the Albert Pike Third World War scenario:
        “The Third World War must be fomented by taking advantage of the differences caused by the ‘agentur’ of the ‘Illuminati’ between the political Zionists and the leaders of Islamic World. The war must be conducted in such a way that Islam and political Zionism mutually destroy each other.”

        Most people connect Islam with the Moslem Arabic World, but this might include the Persian side, also. Note that the antagonism between the Sunnis and the Shiites is being stoked ever higher. Similarly, political Zionism is often confused with the State of Israel. In reality, ‘political Zionism’ is a euphemism for the bankster class of string-pullers. They don’t care a fig about the State of Israel, and could easily sacrifice it for their global-domination plans…

        (If this were actually a Light-side scenario, you could do worse than eliminating the Sunni-Shia divide and the bankster class…)


        WarGames [1983]
        Joshua [AI]: “Shall we play a game?”
        David: [typing] “Love to. How about Global Thermonuclear War?”
        Joshua: “Wouldn’t you prefer a nice game of chess?”
        David: [typing] “Later. Let’s play Global Thermonuclear War.”
        Joshua: “Fine.”

        David: [typing] “What is the primary goal?”
        Joshua: “To win the game.”

        [after the AI playing out all possible outcomes for Global Thermonuclear War]
        Joshua: “A strange game. The only winning move is not to play. How about a nice game of chess?”

  5. BetelgeuseT-1 on October 19, 2018 at 2:52 am

    I’ve had some serious reservations regarding Zerohedge, for a while.
    This does it for me. Here they are effectively regurgitating the official 9/11 story by saying ” You turned two blind eyes to the Saudis for nearly 20 years as you defended them and kept the truth of their misdeeds shrouded in secrecy from the 9/11 families,” and then later “and fifteen Saudi hijackers flying planes into the Twin Towers and Pentagon”.
    Really Zerohedge? You forgot to mention the elephant in the room regarding “misdeeds”.

    This whole Khashoggi thing reeks of a psyop, most likely engineered by the regime in Tel Aviv.

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on October 19, 2018 at 2:58 am

      And where might be the ultimate target of it all lead to?
      Wait for it………. Iran.

  6. Kahlypso on October 19, 2018 at 2:29 am

    Questions that need answering..
    What was Kashoggi injected with before they started to dismember him whilst he was still alive.
    Why did the Saudi’s need to lure Kashoggi to their consulate in Turkey…… They have the vays und means to fry him alive in his home with microwaves, crash his car into a motorway at distance, make his heart explode with theta waves, turn him into an ant under a microfrying (:)) glass with orbital lasers, heck they might even have a giant sandworm hidden somewhere they can feed him to…. why slaughter and butcher the man alive in a consulate………??

    The way Brennan is jumping all over this is one clear sign.. that the people who want Saudi Arabia and America to go sour grapes.. wanted Kashoggi to die and they probably had a lot to gain by his death..

    This looks like a Deep State victory to me at the moment… MBS has no reason to kill the man (from what is actually pubicly known)

    • zendogbreath on October 19, 2018 at 4:53 pm

      outstanding points k. besides, there’s a whole lotta conclusions jumped on this one. how is it that everyone so not in the know, knew so sure so fast that he’s dismembered and not in the house. that headline came out faster than if they’d said it was a lone gunman. i’d be less surprised if he were alive somewhere (maybe in the consulate still?) and serving mbs some other purpose.

      on the other hand, if he did leave the house separated, what is it too that pisses these rottenchildren servants off about the kashoggis too? dya remember the faces the queen made at just the mention of diane’s name? wonder what kinda faces she made at dodi’s name dropped?

    • zendogbreath on October 19, 2018 at 4:54 pm

      btw, read yesterday that one of the team of 15 (like who does that? who sends in a team of your 15 worst monsters to do such an easy simple stupid job?) is already dead in a car wreck? what is mbs gonna seal team 6 these guys? his closest most loyal?

  7. Waterbug on October 19, 2018 at 1:21 am

    Thank you Dr. Farrell for the backstory outlining the Hippocrates.

    In high school, Jamal Khashoggi had a good friend. His name was Osama bin Laden.

    Turkey claimed to have evidence of Saudi involvement in Khashoggi’s murder, and the New York Times seemed to corroborate their claims.
    Now, two other outlets are confirming the grisly details in the seven minutes it took Khashoggi to die.
    Both the Middle East Eye and the Wall Street Journal have reported on the murder.

    Cui Bono? Turkey and Iran 10/17/2018 5:30AM

    Cui Bono

  8. zendogbreath on October 19, 2018 at 12:43 am

    good points gosh.

    remember too the coup in vegas. those were military helicopter gunships shooting at the mandalay hotel (and collaterally down on a crowded concert). there’s a few videos (hopefully) still on the web that capture the choppers flying back and forth sweeping – cnn et al cut the edges out of their videos to hide the choppers.

    way more than a little evidence that al talal and bin faisal and all made their move in vegas, failed and almost immediately, kushner showed up to visit mbs with a list from fbi and then almost immediately mbs put that list of formerly powerful members of hos in the riyadh ritz for some long talks.

    so the talk of bin laden seems extraneous except in so far as providing glare for the hypocrisy. what seems more pertinent is understanding that trump is propping up mbs and mbs is propping trump. they apparently have each others backs. now the question is against who besides the neolibs?

    • zendogbreath on October 19, 2018 at 12:59 am

      there was a meeting of a few airforces at that weekend. i think that the 32nd and 33rd floors of mandaly were bin talals. mbs’ brother was there as head of the saudi airforce meeting with usaf and israeli af for joint excercises? nice excercise. the oswald in this case was a gun runner for lockheed of 20+ years with a suite on the floor below and not broke nor depressed has talking heads said. turned out they recently found like tens of millions in his accounts all over.

      funny how these stories always all link up.

      after reading the rereading this and the comments, it sure does feel like this was more in our face than needed. doesn’t seem like it’s setting the new generation in hos for bad pr. seems like it’s stating plainly who is who now. in sa for sure. probably elsewhere as well. perhaps in dc?

      seems like those most opposed to the rump are the loudest and most shocked, shocked i say.

      • zendogbreath on October 19, 2018 at 1:06 am

        ran across another paradigm through james goodman and crowdsource the truth today i hadn’t considered.

        jimmy comet et al are rife with evidence if not outright proof of pedo cannibal monsterhood but that’s probably not their main means of profit. they’re probably trafficking kids as a part of larger broader ops – organ harvesting, weapons sales, drugs,…… the kids are probably sacrificed primarily to provide blackmail leverage against their customers and to keep their personnel (like James alafantis) in line.

        in that paradigm, the pizza codes aren’t just for pedo menus. they’re also for planning out regime changes and how to secure loyalty of the new regimes.

        in the same podcast, trafficking through jacksonville florida of all those bodies dissappeared in haiti was discussed. seems the war zones the zioneocons&libs keep the west better supplied with organ donors than the falun gong keeps the east supplied. man these are harsh aspects that give a different light to what shadows we are allowed and/or forced to see.

  9. marcos toledo on October 18, 2018 at 7:09 pm

    A 15 man hit team and in their own embassy in a foreign country are the Saudis that stupid. A well-paid hitman could have done the job a la the movie Ghosts a mugging gone fatal. The idea that the Saudi government was set up has to be considered kill several birds with one stone a sneaky way to rid themselves of a government who are beyond their expiration date.

  10. Ramura on October 18, 2018 at 5:21 pm

    I find this entire episode as confusing as anyone, but to say that I do not share Brennan’s “confidence that the intelligence agencies” can find the truth would be a HUGE understatement, given they have a BIG DOG in this fight. The entire mess is beginning to look like yet another attempt to force Trump to do something Deep State wants and he doesn’t want.

    Oh, to know what the old King of Saud passed off to Pompeo in that 15-minute conversation (not much time for chat after pleasantries and translations!) that MP made a 24-hour round-trip flight to get. Thumb-drive, probably. But of WHAT? Enquiring minds want to know!

  11. Robert Barricklow on October 18, 2018 at 11:55 am

    I wonder what precipitated this public square assassination?
    Is this part of a deep black ops that’s been planned long ago & now being played-out? Are the factions in line w/this; or, is this unknown op in process to some of the deep players?
    Something wicked blowing this way?

    • zendogbreath on October 19, 2018 at 12:45 am

      good point. my first thought was “why did i get told so much about this?” dodi didn’t get this much press.

      • Robert Barricklow on October 19, 2018 at 5:46 pm

        My first thought, was this another Ken Lay?

        • zendogbreath on October 26, 2018 at 11:15 pm

          good point. while kashoggi was not a journalist by any definition i respect, he was a media mogul. using him that way is probably the most aggressive attack that the recently purged al waleed bin talal could make on mb salman. kinda like sending fake pipe bombs to one’s self and closest friends. kashoggi was one of the neozioconlib boys. not sure where mbs and trump fall in. they sure use enough of the neozio’s. but they sure do seem to be making quite a few of em uncomfortable

  12. Enrico on October 18, 2018 at 10:35 am

    “sovereign immunity” – sounds like health food supplement (what are the ingredients?)

  13. DanaThomas on October 18, 2018 at 7:21 am

    The House of Saud has only controlled Mecca since 1924. For centuries before them the Hashemites were “Sharifs of Mecca”, also in the period of Ottoman Turkish rule of the Arabian peninsula. Neither the Hashemite heirs – the best known of whom is the King of Jordan – nor the Turks have forgotten this.

  14. anakephalaiosis on October 18, 2018 at 6:14 am

    Does American dog-and-pony-show include spooks as dog food and prostitutes as horse faces?

    Did the founding fathers sign a document of independence with invisible masonic ink?

    Does transatlantic masonic handshake mean global kangaroo court in the amusement park?

    Hailstorm is white grain,
    whirling from roof of heaven,
    turning to water.

  15. goshawks on October 18, 2018 at 6:09 am

    Well, first of all, it has become apparent over the past few years that the House of Saud is seriously in bed with Israel (or rather, the ‘powers’ that created Israel). Variations ranges from just being subservient to being outright crypto-jews. So, any decision to off Jamal Khashoggi came not from Mohammed bin Salman but from his ‘handlers’…

    Second, the concerted US denunciation of MbS’ (alleged) offing of Khashoggi reeks of a top-down ‘proclamation’ ordered by the PTB. We have seen this before, when Everybody pivots to a certain talking-point. In this case, I think it involves substituting the House of Saud for the Dancing Israelis of 9/11. At worst, the HoS were the bagmen for 9/11, providing cash for the movement of the ‘Oswalds’ to their perch near the NSA campus. (The real perps were the deep state, and conducted by the Israelis and the Zionists in the gov’t.) I can only think that the offing of Khashoggi (and the vocal condemnation) represents part of the plan to frame the HoS for 9/11…

    (And notice that Trump has ratcheted-up the rhetoric on OPEC/HoS being greedy in bumping-up oil prices. This could be part of the smear campaign, so nobody objects when HoS is ‘exposed’ as being the primary 9/11 villains…)

    • BetelgeuseT-1 on October 19, 2018 at 2:15 am

      Goshawks, spot-on with your analysis. Exactly my thoughts.

    • Robert Barricklow on October 19, 2018 at 5:48 pm

      My lingering suspicion as well.

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