Monday, April 18, 2016

Saudi Arabia Could Sell Off Billions In American Assets If US Congress Passes 9/11 Bill --- Reuters

My comments posted on my Facebook page over Reuters news on US Congress plan to block 750 billion dollars Saudi investment in US treasury bonds:

Jews thrive on collecting reparation payments, claims on damages, real or imaginary or contrived. This is how they have amassed their wealth. 9/11 is a false flag operation, believed to be a homeland job of demolition of the Two Towers, in a grand conspiracy to favor so many people in the States, including the Jewish owner of the Twin Tower. All scientific evidence is conveniently brushed aside on 9/11 and a fictional story with holes big enough for the Twin Towers to pass between, is officially promoted to meet a multi-purpose agenda. This is no favor to Saudia, but US Neo-cons are tolerating US-Saudi relationship for so long, just waiting to cash in various means to pauperize Saudi Arabia. Obama's new strategic understanding by making Saudia a military conduit for Muslim countries, is a direct attack on Israel's US appointed role to act as policeman of the Middle East. That role is in serious jeopardy. So now the call has gone out to prepare for Saudi Arabia's destruction, by any means convenient. 

Saudia is not favourite of many Muslim countries too and in their folly they are applauding the moves against Saudia. But they too cannot escape any adverse consequences of US moves against Saudia.

Ghulam Muhammed, Mumbai


Saudi Arabia Could Sell Off Billions In American Assets If US Congress Passes 9/11 Bill

Posted: 17/04/2016 12:00 IST Updated: 17/04/2016 12:01 IST
  • Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-JubeirComment

The Saudi Arabian government has threatened to sell of hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of American assets should the U.S. Congress pass a bill that could hold the kingdom responsible for any role in the 11 Sept., 2001 attacks, the New York Times reported on Friday.
The newspaper reported that Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir told U.S. lawmakers last month that "Saudi Arabia would be forced to sell up to $750 billion in Treasury securities and other assets in the United States before they could be in danger of being frozen by American courts."
The bill, which passed the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this year, would take away immunity from foreign governments in cases "arising from a terrorist attack that kills an American on American soil."
The New York Times, citing administration officials and congressional aides, said "the Saudi threats have been the subject of intense discussions in recent weeks between lawmakers and officials from the State Department and the Pentagon."
It added that the Obama administration had lobbied Congress to block the passage of the bill.
The State Department said it stood "firmly with the victims of these acts of violence and their loved ones."
"We remain committed to bringing to justice terrorists and those who use terrorism to advance their depraved ideology," said State Department spokesman John Kirby.
In September a U.S. judge dismissed claims against Saudi Arabia by families of victims of the attacks, saying that the kingdom had sovereign immunity from damage claims by the families and from insurers that covered losses suffered by building owners and businesses.

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