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Indicted Saudi Gets $80 Million US Contract

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posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 07:05 AM
reply to post by budski

Another story that will get ignored and forgotten about. Why we will award 80million dollar contracts to indicted Saudi's and at the same time investigate our own citizens for suspicion of terrorism is a bit maddening to me.

The rest of the year is going to be a very bumpy ride.

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 08:19 AM
So an indicted Saudi gets a military bid.

Did you know that every single gov't contract has got to pass in front of the President, and that he must sign and approve every single one of them? Every one!

Even the contracts for cutting the grass in front of the Social Security offices around the nation.

Or the contracts to refill the vending machines in the federal prisons visitors waiting room.

Or to refill the toilet paper dispensers in the House of Representatives.

Yep! Every single one of them! So this is PROOF POSITIVE that he is conspiring to keep funneling money to his Saudi buddies.

Even the fact that those Saudis were allowed to fly out of the country right after 911 is fishy!

"That's something that has always worried me..."

Even though it was Richard Clarke who gave the order!

Oh yeah, big conspiracy involving Bush here!

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 12:42 PM
Well, we all know shrubs record when it comes to those progressive, freedom loving saudi's who have bailed him out more than once.

At least, some of us do - the mans a crook.

Worse than nixon ever was.

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 04:00 PM
The UK has got more problems than the US, at a fraction of the size of this great nation.

Why do some need to look to our shores to whine about our problems?

Is it their way of trying to forget how miserable their own existence is?

If the US is so bad, why are so many people trying to get in???

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 04:07 PM
Thats a very poor argument even from you - please supply corroborating evidence.

The scale of corruption when troops are dying beggars belief - and it all goes back to bush&cheney, amongst others...

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 04:20 PM
reply to post by budski

Well, your nation's future is shot, since you are demonizing your children:

You have cameras spying on every move you make...

They've disarmed you. Sharia law will soon be an equal with British law.

Oh, and you need a license to watch TV!!

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 04:36 PM
reply to post by jsobecky

You really are grasping at straws - poor, very poor.

Show our corrupt government awarding contracts to people wanted for various crimes.

Oh, and BTW - our children don't march into school and open up on other pupils with automatic weapons.

And 90 odd percent of those camera's are in shops, garages etc.

Now back to the subject of the corruption of the bush administration.

That's the only reason you're trying to deflect - because you know he's wrong and a crook, and you can't handle it.

23 billion dollars stolen or not accounted for in the iraq war - most of it to people who have a connection to the bush family or to cheney.

Having to pay a TV license paid for the documentary where that scale of corruption was uncovered.

[edit on 10/6/2008 by budski]

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 04:44 PM
Hey the brits sold the saudi's 72 eurofighters..there was an investigation...then the government closed it wasn't to a crook...but i think the saudi prince is as much of a crook as you can get,we are all as bad as each other...thank the heavens im splitting up from britain in the future...

posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 05:08 PM
reply to post by Lethil

Yep, the government stopped an investigation by the SFO on the grounds of national security.

Critics of the deal say they were blackmailed into dropping the investigation by the saudi's.

Just another trick that blair picked up from bush...

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