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Saudi king back home, orders $37 billion in handouts

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posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 03:53 PM
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Of course it will work!

It works in the UK and the USA.

Its just called a different name.

In the UK its called "Job seeker`s Allowance", "Housing Benefit", "Childrens Allowance", "Tax Credits"..call it what you like... its a small share of the BEEG money used to keep us quiet.

AND IT WORKS!




posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 04:03 PM
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Originally posted by ~Lucidity
Why are you leaving out the neocons and Israel? They're as much in the game as anyone.

Luc
let me ask you a question.
What would Israel have to gain
by ousting all the Israel friendly
dictators in the ME ???

Ousting those dictators would cut off 40%
of oil and natural gas piped to Israel through
the Sinai. It would also cut off about 20%
of the fresh water to Israel. It would destabilize
the entire region and thusly cause an all-out war
between Israel and the Islamic Republics.

Now please tell me why Israel would want this ???

Soros would want this due to the NWO Agenda
but Israel would not.



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 04:08 PM
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I hate to admit it...I would shutup for a little while if the government gave me ALOT of money.
I have to be honest.



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by devildogUSMC
I hate to admit it...I would shutup for a little while if the government gave me ALOT of money.
I have to be honest.

and would you still feel the same way
when hyperinflation sets in and that $2,000.00
you just got only buys you a loaf of bread and
a jar of Peanut Butter ???

Don't think so



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 04:12 PM
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This has been proven
in multiple threads on ATS but yet you and a few others
show up every time Soros is mentioned and require
proof in every thread. Like I said in the thread
last night, I'm not gonna babysit you or change
your diaper. Soros is involved whether or not you
and your Soros buddies want to admit it or not.


Every one of your Soros threads has been pulled apart and abandoned due to lack of interest due to a distinct lack of credible proof..
It's all mere opinions and vague connections..
I hope they all go in the hoax bin where they belong..



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 04:17 PM
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Originally posted by backinblack
Every one of your Soros threads has been pulled apart and abandoned due to lack of interest due to a distinct lack of credible proof..
It's all mere opinions and vague connections..
I hope they all go in the hoax bin where they belong..

My Soros threads were abandoned cuz folks like you
attack the poster instead of the evidence provided.

And just for the record, I am not the only poster
here at ATS who posts Soros threads. If you
had done your homework, you would know this.
Just another attack on the messenger, just
like the thread before and the thread before, etc ...



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 04:22 PM
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My Soros threads were abandoned cuz folks like you
attack the poster instead of the evidence provided.

And just for the record, I am not the only poster
here at ATS who posts Soros threads. If you
had done your homework, you would know this.
Just another attack on the messenger, just
like the thread before and the thread before, etc ...


No Boon, It's usually you in every thread blaming Soros..
I'm surprised you haven't blamed him in the moon hoax thread yet..

And I don't attack the messenger, only his lack of facts..



posted on Feb, 23 2011 @ 05:14 PM
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The dust at the moment is too unsettled to even speculate as to who is doing what to whom. Israel's apparent "rift" with the U.S. over Mubarak might have been real or it might have been a smokescreen. Might have been real that Obama (hence the CFR and maybe Soros) didn't much care for Mubarak, but then again it appears he doesn't much care for Israel's crap either. Ergo, Israel may have been trying to hold on to Mubarak as he was more neocon/Zionist aligned. Like I said, many factions at play here. Far, far more than just Soros. And it's too soon to tell anything for sure. If something doesn't blow there, when the dust and smoke clears, it may become more apparent. For all we know all of this is all a smokescreen.

Yes, ousting some of them might cut some off, but most of them (aside from Saudi Arabia and Iran) everyone can do without, including Israel. We haven't even gotten to the fun stuff yet that really will affect the oil/water/gas pipelines to Asia...that which directly will involve Iran. All of this is just the precursor. And depending on how it all plays out, we'll see how bad it gets next.
edit on 2/23/2011 by ~Lucidity because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 24 2011 @ 11:16 AM
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True, iam getting more to the point of - will they still be happy when the money runs out.All is good till the money runs out.Will peace payments work short term - maybe,will they work long term, never.



posted on Feb, 24 2011 @ 11:28 AM
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Money - the life blood of the elite.

That is how i would protest against gov,using money.I have always thought the best way to protest would be the Mass' simply dont go to work.
If the people united and just stayed at home,even for just one day - You can stop a Nation. As this would have an economic effect it would gain the attention of govs because their cash cows have stopped producing.
Hit em where it hurts most,the pocket,and you dont even have to leave home to do it.



posted on Feb, 24 2011 @ 12:51 PM
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King Abdullah’s support package offers to give 18m lower and middle-income Saudi’s inflation-busting pay rises, unemployment benefits and affordable housing. The cash-rich Saudi government pledged to spend a total of $400bn by the end of 2014 to improve education, health care and the kingdom’s infrastructure.


from the daily telegraph

Not like the media to under report stuff in their headlines...

The actual spend is $400 bilion US in the next three years! That equates on my quick math to about a spend of 16500 per capita, but if we are to belive the numbers in the article there are 16 million people this is intended for so the spend per capita for this special expenditure is: $25,000 USD per head.

If this comes in the form of cash and subsidies the revolution will not be imminent in Saudi.

In response to the poster who suggested hyperinflation as a result of this splurge, relax this isn't enough by miles to cause it. The beauty for the Saudis is that this will actually cost them no more than now because oil is going to rocket beyond the 2008 $147 and hit $200 per barrel just as soon as the final bits of production from Libya shut down.

Genius move buying power with the rest of the worlds money.



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