Douglas A. Yates: Khashoggi murder exposes agenda; selective narrative distorts reality

 By Douglas A. Yates In near lockstep, the media industry used the murder of Jamal Khashoggi to elevate his status to a journalist, a truth-teller. The Saudi official in exile is presented as a champion of peace and justice in the Mideast. However, when the claims are matched to Khashoggi’s life, the resulting profile suggests pertinent facts are missing. In the 1980s, Adnan Khashoggi (1935-2017), Jamal’s uncle, was among the richest men in the world. Backed by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Adnan was a premier weapons dealer for…

Paul Craig Roberts, On the Triumph of Evil

Paul Craig Roberts The murder of Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi Arabian embassy in Turkey is unprecedented in its audacity. The response from Washington and the Canadian government is to sell more weapons to Saudi Arabia, weapons that are being used by the Saudis in their destruction of the Yemeni population. The Russian response, if the report I saw was not fake news, is to sell the Saudis the S-400 air defense system.  What we can conclude from this is that armament profits take precedence over murder and genocide. Genocide is what is…

The Millennium Report: Khashoggi Assassination Plot Exposed

The Millennium Report The gruesome details of the Khashoggi assassination conspiracy speak volumes. Such a horrific killing with all the grisly details are rarely reported by the mainstream media (MSM) except by purposeful design. See: ‘They Cut Him Up While He Was Still Alive’: Grisly Details Of Saudi Journalists’ Killing Emerge There are several co-conspirators involved in this [ALLEGED] shocking murder of a journalist who worked for The Washington Post—an institutional pillar of the CIA’s Mockingbird Media. Each co-conspirator’s relationship to each other is crucial in understanding the plot. What is even…

Ghassan and Itbah Kadj: The Khashoggi Extortion

Authored by Ghassan and Itbah Kadi via The Saker Blog, A mystifying diplomatic escalation ensued following the disappearance of Saudi Washington Post columnist, Jamal Khashoggi, after visiting the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. Why would the United States of America make such a fuss over the disappearance of a non-American citizen? Why would America turn a blind eye to the Saudi killing of thousands of Yemeni civilians and the starving of millions others and then make “threats” against Saudi Arabia after one single Saudi journalist disappeared and has presumably been murdered…