Saudi Arabia Remains Hopeful of Clinton Victory

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In recent months the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has looked at a variety of new alliances in the event that their decades long relationship with the United States collapses. In lieu of the JASTA Bill becoming law, as well as the possibility of a Republican win in the Presidential Election; the KSA has met with a Russian delegation as well meeting with both Japanese and Chinese delegations.

Saudi Arabia continues to tell the public that these meetings are to pitch the validity of Minister of Defense/Deputy Crowned Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Saudi “Vision 2030.”

 It is true, Mohammed bin Salman did much to pitch Vision 2030 at the recent G20 Summit in China, but in talks after the summit, the Saudi Arabians managed to sign a military pact with China and Pakistan. Geopolitical moves like this clearly show that Saudi Arabia is pivoting hard towards Eastern investments and affiliations.

 However, sources close to both the House of Saud as well as high-ranking officials in Qatar and the U.A.E remain confident in their rather large investment in Hillary Clinton. “The Clinton Foundation has accepted tens of millions of dollars from these countries including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Brunei and Algeria. Countries that the State Department — before, during and after Mrs. Clinton’s time as secretary have been continually criticized for their records on sex discrimination and other human-rights violations (www.zerohedge.com).

 Saudi Arabia has been a particularly generous benefactor to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, with some estimating they have provided close to twenty percent of her campaign war chest.

 On top of that, Saudi Arabia gave somewhere between “$10 million and $25 million to the Clinton Foundation. (Donations are typically reported in broad ranges, not specific amounts.) At least $1 million more was donated by Friends of Saudi Arabia, which is co-founded by a Saudi prince (NY Times).”

According to the US Federal Election commission, over the past two years Clinton has raised a little more than $211.8 million. Twenty percent of this sum is $42.4 million provided by Saudi Arabia.

When asked to speculate on the outcome of this years U.S. Presidential Election, a member of the House of Saud, who chose to remain off the record stated: “Hillary will win the electoral votes, it doesn’t matter if Trump wins the popular vote, he probably will. The 2016 election will be a repeat of (the) 2000, (election) only more blatant.”

“A Bloomberg poll in June showed that 72 percent of voters said it bothered them either a lot or a little that the Clinton Foundation took money from foreign countries while Mrs. Clinton was secretary of state. In a CNN/ORC International Poll the same month, 38 percent of voters said Mr. Clinton should completely step down from the foundation, while 60 percent said he should be able to continue working with the foundation if his wife became president (NY Times).”

Mr. Clinton said he would leave the foundation’s board if Mrs. Clinton won.

Many high level sources within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) firmly believe they will get a solid return on their investment in Hillary Clinton. True, the KSA has made contingencies plans since Donald Trump has proven to be such a wild card.

However, a growing number in the KSA believe that it will be business as usual, just another rigged election.

A recent Stanford University study, as well as DNC e-mail leaks blatantly show how the Democratic nomination was stolen outright from Bernie Sanders. One must ask, “What safety mechanisms are in place to stop the presidential election from being stolen from Trump?”

Just recently, Project Veritas’ undercover video displayed several democratic operatives discussing, in great detail, how to commit massive voter fraud.  One of these operatives is the notorious Robert Creamer who is a co-founder of a democratic consulting firm called Democracy Partners

“Within the video, an undercover journalist details a plan to register Hispanic voters illegally by having them work as contractors, to which Creamer can be heard offering support saying that “there are a couple of organizations that that’s their big trick” (see: “Rigging Elections For 50 Years” – Massive Voter Fraud Exposed By Project Veritas Part 2“) (www.zerohedge.com).”

The Project Veritas video caused the Hillary Clinton campaign so much embarrassment Creamer later resigned from consulting the Clinton campaign and issued a statement saying that he was stepping back from my responsibilities working the [Hillary] campaign” over fears that his continued assistance would be a distraction for the campaign.” 

 However, voter fraud isn’t Creamer’s only criminal predilection; Creamer spent 5 months in federal prison back in 2006 for “$2.3 million bank fraud in relation to his operation of public interest groups in the 1990s (Wikipedia).”

 With such a sordid history it was surprising to say the least to find out that Mr. Robert Creamer showed up on the White House visitor logs 340 times beginning in 2009 when Obama took office and culminating with his latest visit in June 2016.  Moreover, in 45 of those instances, Creamer was scheduled to meet with the POTUS himself.   Does the White House Press Secretary honestly expect the public to believe that these little White House “get togethers” were just two old Chicago “community organizers” hanging out? (www.zerohedge.com).

According to his website biography, Robert Creamer has been a “political organizer and strategist for over four decades” and has been very involved with the Obama administration over the years.  Creamer has provided strategic advice” to Obama on the “Iran nuclear deal.”  Ironically, Creamer “began his organizing career in 1970 working with Chicago’s Citizen Action Program (CAP), an organizational group that was organized by the infamous Saul Alinsky and his Industrial Areas Foundation (www.zerohedge.com).

Robert Creamer has been a “political organizer and political strategist for over forty years. During his four decades in politics Creamer has worked on a host of the country’s most significant issue campaigns but he is notoriously known as the “go to” man for rigging elections. Finally, Creamer’s wife is none other that Jan Schakowsky, a U.S. Representative for Illinois’s 9th congressional district, serving since 1999.

No matter who wins the election, Saudi Arabia presents Washington with a complex diplomatic relationship that is sometimes awkward and strained. To many Americans, the kingdom is viewed as an oil titan that finances ISIS. However, others in Washington (as well as other countries) see Saudi Arabia as “a key bulwark to deter Iranian adventurism across the region and has been a partner in the “fight” against terrorism across the Persian Gulf and wider Middle East (NY Times).”

While it is completely illegal in the United States for foreign countries to try to influence the outcome of elections by funding political candidates, this law has not stopped the Saudis, as well as other Middle Eastern countries from doing just that.

 “Saudi Arabia always has sponsored both (the) Republican and Democratic Party of America and in America’s current election (has) also provide with full enthusiasm 20 percent of the cost of Hillary Clinton’s election even though some events in the country don’t have a positive look to support the king of a woman (sic) for presidency (Mohammed bin Salman).” This quote was published in a report by the Saudi Press Agency (and then mysteriously deleted) on the eve of Prince Mohammed’s June visit to the United States.

Links between Saudi Arabia and the Clinton family, including with Hillary’s campaign, are well reported. In 2008, it was revealed that the Gulf kingdom had donated between $10m and $25m to the Clinton Foundation, a charity set up by Hillary’s husband and former US President Bill Clinton.

According to the US Federal Election commission, over the past two years Clinton has raised a little more than $211.8 million for her election campaign, 20% of this sum is $42.4 million, courtesy of the KSA.

Prince Mohammed bin Salman flew to Washington in June of this year where he met with a variety of officials, including Secretary of State John Kerry to discuss US-Saudi ties.

 During Prince Mohammed’s visit he discussed regional issues and held talks with U.S. banks and companies in regard to his Saudi Vision 2030 initiative for diversifying Saudi Arabia’s economy away from oil dependency.

Despite all the evidence that Saudi Arabia is pivoting East and making economic and military deals with China (and Pakistan), many in the House of Saud remain confident that a Clinton Administration will remove the teeth from the JASTA Bill and help the Saudi’s pursue their two year old conflict with Yemen, install a pro Saudi regime in the country and help to finance a pipeline from Yemen (through Djibouti) to Saudi refineries.

This move would stall any pivot East Saudi Arabia is making and as long as a Clinton Administration remained neutral in Saudi Plans for the “Al Noor City” project our relationship with the U.A.E. would not be damaged.

With George Soros owning two-thirds of Diebold voting machines and the “presstitute” media in her corner, Hillary Clinton may very well steel the election out from the hands of Donald Trump and Saudi Arabia has made plans for both contingencies.

WORKS CITED:

1. Chozik and Eder, NY Times, August 20, 2016

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2. www.zerohedge.com October, 19 2016

3. Wikipedia, “Robert Creamer”

4. Saudi Press Agency, June 10th, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

7 comments

  1. listening to Joni Patry, an astrologer that has been pretty good at interpreting her vocation…
    she expects a big event,world changing to happen before anyone is sworn in..
    she has been mentioning this for several months..could even be New Year’s Eve..
    does not say what just that something happens..so everyone is focused on who wins,
    no one is thinking the winner and the person sworn in might not be the same.

    I take it China could care less what happens in Yemen and Syria?

    1. Rasmussen and the LA Times polls say it’s going to be very close. The polls massively favoring HRC wildly overestimate the Democratic share of the electorate, in part by basing her turnout on 2008 and 2012 equivalents with the first black American president. I don’t think black people are going to turnout for her the way they did for Obama or even her husband in 1992-96. To make up for that the Dems are going to need heavy fraud in inner cities combined with at least a few token shots of long lines at polling places in Cleveland, Philly or Miami to dismiss any fraud claims from Roger Stone’s Stop the Steal as sour grapes and ‘whining’.

      The good news is as the Guerrilla knows the ‘monster vote’ of independents and apathetic Republicans if not Dems who stayed home in 2008-2012 is hard for the Democrats to pin down. There is a significant risk they will overshoot with the fraud just to be sure and get caught. The ridiculous story AP ran that Evan McMullin the former CIA officer could somehow win Utah from Trump or at least take enough Republican votes to swing the state for Hillary may be a back up plan if the Florida returns and Pennsylvania/New Hampshire/North Carolina if not Virginia which is government worker dominated come in surprisingly for Trump and the Ohio fraud isn’t enough (doubt it — Ohio is the true bellwether). Colorado I also suspect is in play for Trump as is Iowa peeling two blue states off the Democratic counter and if it’s a true Trumpslide or turnout in Detroit isn’t 130% of the population according to the last census of that incredibly shrinking city Michigan could be at risk for the Dems too. The polls that Hillary is going to win Arizona or Georgia are a joke oversampling Dems by 30%.

  2. To the Prince — welcome aboard Team Rogue Money!

    While I admire V’s idealism and hopes for the Trump train, I respect the Prince’s realism that the fix seems to be in for Hildabeast. The MSM certainly seems cocky enough and if for some shocking reason the fraud has not been calibrated sufficiently for a Trumpslide, there’s always the fallback options of grossly inflating Evan McMullin’s vote in Utah to deny Trump those solidly red electoral votes or perhaps blaming the GRU/SVR hackers for fixing the machines in Florida for Trump.

    Seeing things more from a former American expat in Moscow’s perspective, I suppose a shocking turn by the Saudis towards the Russians is possible, just as hardly anyone outside the Nazi German Foreign Ministry and Stalin’s Kremlin foresaw the Molotov Ribbentrop pact. But while I don’t have the level of Mideast expertise that our newest contributor has, it would seem to me that the Saudis are going to be profoundly disappointed with the return on their investment in Hillary Clinton, just as out-spending the Russian Federation in pure dollar terms has not exactly produced a more potent war machine than Putin’s or delivered victory in Yemen.

    If anything, it seems the clumsy attempt at a Gulf of Tonkin in the Aden the other day signified either weakness and desperation on the Saudis part to push some old Silkworm missiles from China out of the late 1980s inventory to shoot in a false flag operation, or on the part of the Saudis ‘friends’ in the DoD whom I am sure are likely the same crew connected to Boeing and other contractors making a killing from KSA spending like there’s no tomorrow on arms.

    It would be interesting to know if the Prince’s sources have heard anything about ‘Polite People’ sightings beyond the Russian consulate which somehow remains open despite the threat of ISIS or Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula suicide attacks in Sanaa, and/or someone either Chinese, Russian or North Korean helping the Houthis with their SCUD/Tochka rocket science. Of course it would also seem Russia’s willingness to push the Saudis too hard by proxy has been checked somewhat by the desire by some in the Rosneft or Gazpromneft camp for an oil price fixing deal with Riyadh, and Crown Prince Mohammed’s hints of the same in his repeated visits paid to Putin. The Saudis do not seem to have been very good at following through on their threats to deliver air defense or heavier weapons to their proxies in or around Aleppo, if only as I’ve hinted here at RM before due to the fear of older vintage Russian air defense systems of supposed Egyptian or Syrian provenance showing up suddenly in Sanaa with trained Arab crews blowing RSAF F-15s out of the sky…

  3. China is probably patiently waiting for the right time.

    If Trump wins, KSA will have no choice but to go with China on China’s terms.

    KSA probably find China culturally and religiously very different from the West. No Allah/God/Jehovah (singular god beliefs). They practice ancestor worship ,Taoism (where there are multiple gods) and Buddhist beliefs (where Buddha is the teacher of gods and men).

    In addition, most Chinese don’t hold the religious beliefs very high. Chinese hold the following four deadly sins very highly – womanizing, gambling, drinking and feasting. Of course we should note that Chinese had business relationship with Iran (formerly Persia) for few hundred years. Another peculiar trait is that they value ‘old friends’ more than ‘new favorites’.

    BTW this is just out from Zero Hedge:

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-22/statistician-warns-americans-ignore-capricious-polls

    ‘For example, the difference between the highest Ms. Clinton spread and the lowest Ms. Clinton spread is >14 percentage points! And the standard deviation among these mainstream polls is 5%. So both have to be added together, and each is already higher than 3%! That’s an unusual, impossible outcome through luck alone. Therefore something is misrepresented in the polls. ‘

    It is not going to be so easy for Her Highness to become POTUS.

  4. thanks KW88 about the Chinese info. Adds to my education.
    Prince, are any of the mid-East countries like SA, Qatar, UAE,etc,
    are any doing any ‘progressive’ manufacturing..developing better
    and better solar products for themselves and the world, something
    that adds growth to their country that’s beneficial?

  5. Very nicely written article. I paste most Rogue Money articles to my FB page so my FB friends gets exposed to real journalism. I will add yours straightaway.

    Cheers, and welcome.

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