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Monday, April 22, 2013

Beck: Saudi national Alharbi is a terrorist

Glenn Beck reports that Saudi 'person of interest' Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi was involved in the Boston Marathon terror attack alongside the Tsarnaev brothers.

Let's go to the videotape.

The Blaze (quoting Beck) adds:
“This week has changed me,” [Beck] said at the top of his radio program on Monday.  “The events in Boston changed me….The events in Washington around Boston changed me.”
We crossed an “extraordinarily disturbing threshold” last week, Beck said, but we know “exactly who we’re dealing with now.”


Beck proceeded to put the issue in a larger perspective, noting that multiple news outlets reported after 9/11 that prominent Saudis were allowed to leave the country, even as all flights were grounded.
“The Bush administration would later block the investigation into Saudi involvement into 9/11, even though 15 of the 19 hijackers were Saudis, and would eventually force the redaction of a 28-page chapter of the 9/11 Commission report regarding foreign, specifically Saudi, support for some of the Al-Qaeda hijackers,” Beck said, noting that the questionable relationship between Saudi Arabia and the United States goes back further than the current administration.
But, he said, we have now taken that relationship to a whole new level. “On January 14, 2013 President Obama met with Saudi Minister of Interior,” Beck remarked.  “Two days later Janet Napolitano signed agreement with Saudi minister allowing ‘trusted traveler’ status on Saudi student visitors, meaning greatly reduced security checks and scrutiny.”
“This is trusted traveler status that we don’t give to some of our most trusted allies, and we gave it to Saudi Arabia last January?” Beck said.  “So they can just walk into our country no questions asked?”
“There is a pattern,” he said.  “There is a relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia the American public doesn’t know about. The case of Abdul Rahman Ali Al-Harbi is only the latest example.”
Read the whole thing and follow the links. 

What's puzzling about this is why the Saudis have such a hold over the United States. Why is an 8th century Kingdom able to dictate policy to the world's greatest democracy? It's not oil anymore. The US doesn't import that much, and the prospects for the coming years are that it ought to need even less oil from Saudi Arabia. Obviously, the Obama administration is enamored with their Islam, but why are other people (like the American media, for example) still under the Saudi spell?

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At 11:22 PM, Blogger Daniel said...

the petrodollars are invested in the US economy can be used as blackmail

At 1:52 AM, Blogger Nomadic100 said...

Part of the reason is that Obama is a Muslim and the MSM are in thrall to him.112

At 4:29 AM, Blogger Captain.H said...

We invaded the wrong country in 2003. The 9/11 terrorists and their backers were all Saudis. Saddam was the lesser of the evils and dangers, comparing that regime and the Wahhabi House of Saud. Our Armed Forces in Kuwait should have invaded south, not north.


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