Monday, 18 April 2016

Saudi Arabia Wants US to Kill 9/11 Bill, Threatens to Dump US Assets Worth $750 Billion

Saudi Arabia appears to be blackmailing the US, saying it would sell off American assets worth a 12-digit figure sum in dollars if Congress passes a bill allowing the Saudi government to be held responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The warning was delivered by Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir last month during a visit to Washington, the New York Times reported. He said his country would sell up to $750 billion in US treasury securities and other assets before the bill puts them in jeopardy.

The newspaper said Riyadh's resolve to actually deliver on the threat is dubious, since selling off those assets would be technically challenging and would damage the dollar, against which the Saudi national currency is pegged.
Possible links between the perpetrators of the attack and Saudi Arabia may be hiding in 28 classified pages of the 2002 congressional report on 9/11, which allegedly describe how Saudi Arabian nationals with links to the government financially assisted the 19 hijackers who flew airplanes into World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Many people, including the co-author of the redacted pages, former Florida Senator Bob Graham, have been campaigning for years to make them public.

Although there is a lot of pressure being applied to Saudi Arabia, who are already KNOWN to have been involved with the hijackers, the 28 classified pages in question more probably deal with the Israeli participation in the 911 false flag attack. Expect the cover-up to continue if this is the case:

911 Who is the Government Protecting? The 28 Pages

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, April 18th, 2016.]

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