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Saudis Financing Death

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posted on Jan, 4 2003 @ 06:01 AM
The Saudis have given 500 million bucks to the terror network? Who'd have figured? :

posted on Jan, 4 2003 @ 01:07 PM
I watched an interesting documentary on British television about secret Saudi detention and torture of dissidents & foreign subversives. Even with overwhelming video documentation shown to him, the high ranking Saudi spokesman DENIED EVERYTHING, whilst being interviewed!

Nothing new under the sun, when it comes to control freaks whose power has intoxicated them into a delusional state of Nirvana. Power, control, greed and bigotry may fuel the mentally, emotionally and politically unstable to grasp for ever more gold rings because they're convinced that they're untouchable. Delusional thinking to say the least, reminds me of Nero, Hitler, Pol Pot, Edi Amein and too many Popes to name.

Lies upon lies, maintaining control and abuse through power and control - ah, such is all a part of the human condition.

So how can these fundamental issues be addressed and changed? That's truly the bigger question and challenge for all mankind.

Peace Y'all,

posted on Jan, 4 2003 @ 05:50 PM
The day where the nations will not support anymore this nation will be a great day for everybody. ( but a sad day for the whaabite sectary movement ! )

This 26 million peoples nation is a threat for the whole world.

posted on Jan, 5 2003 @ 12:07 AM
The Saudi Leadership is engaged in an effort to make everyone happy. Unfortunately when someone tries to do something like that ultimately everyone turns against you. A very important issue in relation to the political environment of that theater of operations.

This sort of wishy washy behavior was evident in the past in relation to royalties and special interests groups, one good reason there are so few left.

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